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11 SPORTS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2019 | | THE BALTIMORE SUN GROUND RENTS & MORTGAGES ROOMS HOUSE/CONDO RENT SUB YARD SALES DOGS BUS. PROPERTY SALE/RENT STUFF UNDER $500 MISCELLANE­OUS AUCTIONS EDGEWOOD Room for rent in Townhouse floor. $625/mo, utilities included. 667-228-3890 PARKVILLE Office building or restaurant. 4000 sf, 1st flr, 2nd flr 1700 sf, bsmnt 4000 sf. 18 car prkng. Price neg. 410-494-9246 mens CloThing BALTIMORE CO. PARKVILLE /Overlea ; Baltimore County Town house for rent. 3br. 2 bth, w/d, CAC gas heat, lrg. yard. deck, front porch; fin bsmnt. Immediate occupancy. $1,285/mo. Call: 301.924.2767 2 (Tandem) mausoleum CrypTs Gorg Sport Coat, Mens 40 Long, Harris Tweed, Exc Workmanshi­p. Best Offer. 443-929-0871. Tandem crypts in Cloister. Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. $8000 total 210-385-6889 edmondson Village Rm, use of house, lndry, furn. $140/wk + sec. On bus line. 410-302 -4765 AUTOMOBILE­S ESTATE AUCTION ne baltimore Bel Air/ED, 1 person, clean, furn. $125-$155/wk. Near buses/shops. 410-371-6217 Timonium 11/9 - 8am-1pm. Multi-Family Yard Sale - 2300 Block of SpringLake Dr. Furniture, baby items, collectibl­es, sports items & more. Contempora­ry and Antique Furniture Sports Collectibl­es, Dept. 56, Artworks Stamps, Rugs, China and More TICKET MART F FURNISHED RENTALS ▼ ANTIQUES, ART, COLLECTIBL­ES NEAR DOWNTOWN Neat, quiet and clean, $125-160/wk. 410-419-9403 1996 FORD CROWN VICTORIA Saturday November 9 at 4pm english bulldog PuPPies raVens psl marKeTplaC­e Mint cond, gar kept, 123k, loaded, leather, CD, etc. Must be seen! $1700 OBO 410-592-7849 Previews are Friday 12pm to 7pm, Saturday 12pm to 4pm For details see auctionzip.com #35045 or bdudleyand­son.com 9542 Deereco Rd. Timonium, Md. 21093 • Ph. 410-252-9800 baltimore Nice, furn studio apt on Groveland Ave near Rogers Ave in NW Balt. Utils are not incl. Rent is $650 + SD. 443-388-9253. Beautiful, wrinkly & family raised. Born 08/28/2019. UTD on Vaccinatio­ns & Vet checked. AKC, call to meet your future puppy love. $2600/ea. (717)490-2987 Buy/Sell Ravens PSLs &Tickets! No Buyers Fees! FREE to List! PSLsource.com-(800) 252-8055 SEVERNA PARK Share lg house, big rm & closet. Private bath. Pool table, fire pit. $950/m incl utils. 410-984-5525 CASH FOR COMICS PUNK ROCK ITEMS & DOGS 1940 - 1980s. Collectors welcome, older the better. Call Ed, 410-262-4103 WANTED AUTOS & TRUCKS TOWSON - FURNISHED Weekly/Monthly, 1-2 ppl, private Bath & entrance, CATV, phone, fridge, Wifi, On 3 bus. 410-668-7100 WKly, mThly furn apT CASH FOR JUNK CARS WANTED TO BUY 1BR Apt w/Day bed in LR. NO Credit or lease req. Linens, full kitc, cookware, T.V. wifi, AC & Heat. #3 Bus Towson. DOGS Free towing. From $150-$1500. 443-802-5685 French bull dog PuPPies Available 12/8. First shots. AKC registered. 2 blue, 1 black $4000 (443)422-8355 West baltimore buYing old comic booKc olelctions donaTe auTos, TruCKs, rVs luTheran mission soCieTy of md FURNISHED ROOM. All utilities included, near all transporta­tion. $125/week. 410-585-5888 Large & Small, CASH! Ask for Jim: 540-287-9212 410-668-7100 miniaTure poodle BUILDING SUPPLIES Compassion Place ministries help local families with food, clothing, counseling. Tax deductible. MVA licensed #W1044. 410-636-0123 www. Compassion­Place.org HAVANESE PUPPIES White, 1 M, 4 F, 10wks, POP, First Shots. $500-$800. Call:410-437-3631 Beautiful apricot and red miniature poodle puppies! AKC registered, vet checked and up to date on vaccinatio­ns. Well socialized and ready to join you for the holidays. Tracey 919-922-4318 WEST FOREST PARK 1br $550. Paystubs req. 443-409-6575 LUMBER T111 $17.95, WANTED FREON R12. We pay CA$H. R12 R500 R11. Convenient. Certified profession­als. www.refrigeran­tfinders.com/ad 312-291-9169 ROOMS labradoodl­e Const & treated lumber & plywoods, doors, decking, RR ties $13.95 Roof trusses. Ritchie Lumber 410-789-4200 american Pitbull terrier WINDSOR FOREST M/F, Mini/Medium, S/W, Vet CK, Microchip, Home Raised, guar antee. $1500 717-456-9638 baltimore UKC Reg very good temperamen­t Blue Brindle And Blue Fawn $500 443-739-9173 East & West, $120/ wk & Up. Quiet House. Call: 443-248-8687 Lrg br. $150/wk utils inc. Drug/ smoke free. 443-682-2529 the new york times no. 1004 Frank Stewart Bridge Play crossword North dealer Both sides vulnerable This week’s deals have treated a basic skill to which some players seem averse: setting up a long suit. Cover the East-West cards. Plan the play at seven spades when West leads the jack of diamonds. In a team match, both declarers went down. One inexplicab­ly tried for his contract by ruffing clubs in dummy. He failed when the clubs broke badly. The other declarer drew trumps and took the K-Q of hearts. When West discarded, declarer lacked the entries to set up and cash the long hearts. ACROSS DOWN 1 Aspiration­s for a group of friends 11 Put in a hold 15 Pet that makes frequent use of a door flap 16 Jumble 17 Part of a romantic evening 18 Toll unit 19 Do to ___ 20 Wild troublemak­er 22 Activity for outgoing people? 27 Paradigms 28 One sense 31 O.K. 34 Part of a dim sum meal 35 Professori­al 36 Clothing 38 Something fabulous 39 They don’t come into play It may hang from a chain 43 Compares (to) 44 Polish and polish, e.g. 47 Polish dish 49 Ruthless sort 53 Forest Service’s agcy. 54 Natural moisturize­r in some cosmetics 59 Outright 60 Make drinkable, in a way 61 Actress Marsay of “Game of Thrones” Sirius, for one 1 Gin fizz ingredient 2 Bail 3 Alternativ­e media magazine, informally 4 Medical directive 5 Fizzle 6 Warsaw Pact member west of Poland, for short It has included a heart symbol since 2011, in brief 8 Legislativ­e landmark of ’10 9 Shop spinner 10 Drive … or part of a drive 11 Peace in the Mideast 12 They run while you ride 13 City where “Peer Gynt” premiered 14 “That’s enough” 21 Something that might be turned in to security 23 Handling 24 Division of a poem 25 Director Irwin famous for disaster films 26 Inflation fig. NORTH A 10 3 2 A87542 KQ 8 ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ WEST 974 6 J 10 9 8 K J 10 6 5 EAST 6 J 10 9 3 765432 42 ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ SOUTH KQJ85 KQ A AQ973 ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣ 7 North 1 2 5 East Pass Pass Pass South 1 4 NT 7 West Pass Pass All Pass ♥ ♠ ♥ ♠ ♠ ♦ Opening lead — J DISCARDS South should go after the hearts but must be careful in case they break 4-1. South cashes the king of spades at Trick Two, then takes the king of hearts. He leads a trump to dummy’s ten, discards his queen of hearts on the king of diamonds and ruffs a heart with a high trump. South can then lead a trump to the ace and ruff a heart. He takes the ace of clubs, ruffs a club in dummy and wins the last three tricks with good hearts. Did you find the play to make the grand slam? By Matthew Sewell DAILY QUESTION ANSWER TO YESTERDAY’S PU LE 27 Expression of regret 29 Part of the eye 30 Exempli gratia, e.g.: Abbr. 31 Electrical ___ 32 Mill fill 33 Unoriginal, as a comedian 35 “My God!,” in Hebrew 37 Rainmakers? 40 Spokeswoma­n in some insurance commercial­s 42 Make bubbly 45 “Crikey!” 46 Transfix 47 What an out-of-shape person might do while exercising 48 Spanish key 50 Charge 51 Church observance 52 He, but not she: Abbr. 55 ___ Mayor (Spanish constellat­ion) 56 Token in The Game of Life 57 Hangout for the Fonz 58 Kind of home project, for short ♠ ♣ ♥ 41 You hold: A 10 3 2 A87542 KQ 8. Your partner opens one diamond, you bid one heart and he raises to three hearts. What do you say? You probably have a grand slam. A typical hand for partner such as 5 4, K J 9 3, A J 9 6 5, A K should produce 13 tricks. Bid 4NT, Blackwood, planning to bid seven hearts if he has two aces. “Key Card Blackwood,” a variation in which the king of trumps is treated as a fifth ace, might be helpful here. ♦ ANSWER: ©2019 Tribune Content Agency, LLC Renting a home? Annual subscripti­ons are available for the best of Sunday crosswords from the last 50 years: 1-888-7-ACROSS. Online subscripti­ons: Today’s puzzle and more than 2,000 past puzzles, nytimes.com/crosswords ($39.95 a year). Share tips: nytimes.com/wordplay. Crosswords for young solvers: nytimes.com/ learning/xwords. Go to www.baltimores­un.com/advertiser 62 11/8/19

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