Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 155, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 1, 1990 Page: 19 of 50
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Fox makes it into
Top 10 second week
THE NEWS-TELEGRAM, Sulphur Spring*, Texas, Sunday, July 1,1990—C-7
By DEBORAH HASTINGS
Associated Press Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The
grousing “Simpsons” and the bick-
ering Bundys of “Married .. With
Children” continue to make TV his-
tory for Fox Broadcasting.
' For the second straight week, the
Fpx network claimed two top 10
programs, according to the A.C.
Nielsen Co. ratings released
A repeat of “The Simpsons”
finished in a three-way tie for 10th
place last week, and a “Married :..
With Children” rerun landed in a
three-way tie to seventh.
Fbx’s sketch comedy “In Living
Color” ranked 14th, the best show-
ing thus far to the acclaimed show.
During the previous week, the
cartoon Simpson family finished
third, the highest rating by a Fox
show in the network’s four-year
Virtually all/of the highest-rated
programs were reruns.
“Cheers” on NBC was No. 1.
“Roseanne” on ABC was second,
followed by “The Cosby Show”
and “Empty Nest” on NBC. NBC’s
“The Seinfeld Chtoiicles,” which
tied to seventh, was die only
original programming in the top 10.
NBC was still No. 1 in the over-
all ratings with a 10.3 average.
ABC was second with a 9. CBS
was last, again, with an 8.8. Each
ratings point represents 921,000
In the network news wars, ABC
continued dominate with 4 9
average. CBS finished second with
8.3. NBC had an 8.1.
Here are the top 10 shows, then-
network and rating: “Cheers,”
NBC, 15.1; “Roseanne,” ABC, 15;
“The Cosby Show,” NBC, 13.9;
“Empty Nest,” NBC, 13.8; “60
Minutes,” CBS, 13.6; “Golden
Girls,” NBC, 13.5; “Coach,” ABC,
“Married ... With Children,” Fox,
“The Seinfeld Chronicles,” NBC
(three-way tie), 13.4; “A Different
World,” NBC, “The Simpsons,”
Fox, “Designing Women,” CBS,
(three-way be), 13.3.
Here are the prime-time TV
ratings as compiled by the A.C.
Nielsen Co. for the week of June
18-24. Top listings include the
week’s ranking, with full season-to-
date ranking in parentheses, rating
An X in parentheses denotes
one-time-only presentation. A
rating measures the percentage of
the nation’s 92.1 million TV
1. (2) “Cheers,” NBC, 15.1
♦ 10 9 4 2
♦ J 10 5 4
♦ K 7
♦ A 10 5 3
♦ Q 8 3
♦ A K 7 6
♦ Q 8
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Son til West North East
1 NT Pass 2 Pass
2 V Pass 2 NT Pass
4 V All pass
Opening lead: 4 K
rating, 13.9 million homes.
2. (1) “Roseanne,” ABC, 15.0,
13.8 million homes.
3. (3) “The Cosby Show,” NBC,
220.127.116.11 million homes.
4. (8) “Empty Nest,” NBC, 13.8,
12.7 million homes.
5. (7) “60 Minutes,” CBS, 13.6,
12.5 million homes.
6. (6) “Golden Girls,” NBC,
" 13.5,12.4 million homes.
7. (26) “Seinfeld,” NBC, 13.4,
12.3 million homes.
7. (18) “Coach,” ABC, 13.4,
12.3 million homes.
7. (44) ■ “Married...With
Children,” FOX, 13.4,12.3 million
10. (22) “Designing Women,”
CBS, 13.3,12.2 million homes.
the killing lead
By James Jacoby
Declarer was unlucky. Not that four
hearts was such a great contract.
Many times declarer would have to
lose two tricks with today’s trump-suit
combination. But the trumps did be-
have well The bad luck that declarer
experienced was that West, on opening
lead, did not hold Q-J-10-x of spades.
With that holding, West would have led
a top spade. Instead, West led the king
of clubs, and that was enough to set
four hearts. Declarer won the ace and
played ace and a heart, but East won
the king and played queen and a club
to give West a ruff. What clues did
West have that helped him find the
bold lead of the club king?
First of all, the opponents’ bidding
indicated that East held a few high
cards. (Remember, North had only in-
vited game with two no-trump.) Next,
a lead of a spade or a diamond was not
particularly attractive. Finally, if the
king of clubs was successful, it woot^
almost surely set the game contract:
Partner needed only the club ace. If he
lacked the club ace, he might have the
queen plus a quick trump entry (either
ace or king). If West himself held more
high cards, it would have been riskier
to lead the club king. But East was
marked with about 9-11 high-card
points by North’s invitational bidding,
justifying the lead.
James Jacoby’* took* *Jacoby oa Bridge’ and
“Jacoby on Card Game*’(written with hi* father,
the late OeWaM Jacoby) are now available at
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