The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 21, 1998 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, May 21, 1998
Page 12
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B4 THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Gilbert Jumble Crossword SO, ALLEN, WHAT'S IT LIKE. TO BE A. HIDEOUS SYCOPHANT? WHAT'S IT LIKE TO WAVE NO HOPE OF CAREER ADVANCEMENT? WERE YOU BORN ) THAT 60AY OR IS IT I A LIFESTYLE CHOICE?) BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER I'LL ASK MOrA, BUT I THINK TT COA5 BAD PARENT- YEDEK r > I V OUWTItu™ Mull Stnttn, Inc. Peanuts SEE7THERE SHE 15, CHARLIE BROWN.. THERE'S THE LITTLE REP-HAIREP SIRL JUST WAITING FOR YOU TO ASK HER TO DANCE... I WISH I U)6RE SOPHISTICATE? LIKE 6UVS YOU REAP ABOUT IN STORIES.. HERE S THE SCOTT FITZ6ERALP HERO 5TANDIN6 6V THE PUNCH BOU1LMWIN6TOLOOK CASUAL AND UNINTERESTED IN THE DANCERS" IT ANOTHER THOU6HT,OLP SPORT" HASAW f ~"> >^ ^ f ~> ^ J CAJALK ^ •> >. j r "> ^ J AMPIGE /*~"^ ^ _j f "> ^ j r ^\ ^ J t —This place really swings i-v WHAT THE CROWP CON5IPEREP THE CLUB RLLEP WITH JAZZ GP50UP5. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Answer. (Answers tomorrow) Ysaturdav's I Jumbles: AIDED TRYST CUDGEL FLIMSY y I Answer: Why the child prodigy enjoyed his birthday— HE WAS "GIFTED" Cryptoquip ITHOU6HTTHEBANP WAS GOING TO PRACTICE T£PNI(5MT TIM CANCELED,,. WE RETHINKING ABOUT KICKING HIM OUT 'THATS KIMPOF HARSH, ISNT IT? SHOW A TIM l£ AN IMR?I?TAMTPART THE AMPLIFIER. y HOMEWORK.^ .IJ rue TvAieive MO^TUS OF 6 Be& TOLL... j 5-21 M NPQQT FVMLCX MOCQF'G NMLDVHFC GXDOMQ HG "XCF TDPVGCXN OD!" Yesterday'sCryptoquip: DONTYOUTHINKTHAT THIS CAUSTIC BAKER TENDS TO BE TOO CRUSTY? Today's Cryptoquip clue: 0 equals G The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. ACROSS 1 World according toArp? 5 Sleep- study initials 8 Thorn in Drew Carey's side 12 Bedouin 13 Foreman foe 14 Frenzied 15 Combo 16 Troubled space station 17 Wear out 18 Half a comedy team, often 20 Enthusiastic, plus 22 Her supplies are on hand 26 Eve's three? 29 Make like Lindy 30 Neither^ mate 31 Unyielding 32 Caustic solution 33 Buck below the border 34 NYC school 35 Court 36 Literary no-show 37 Dummies 40 Fonteyn's frill 41 Butcher shop buy 45 Low-pH 47 "I — Camera" 49 Emanation 50 Pealed 54 "No seats" 55 Grandson of Eve DOWN 1 Brylcreem quantities 21 smell — 3 Soap actress Linda 4 Belly 5 Oriental noodles 6 Ivy Leaguer 7 Wonder 11 Harry's successor 19 Petrol 21 Fellow 23"—Knew Susie" 24 Just 51 Playground 8 Prime area game of study 52 Louganis 9 Thought orKinnear 10 Like Austin 53 Lip Powers Solution time: 23 mins. Yesterday's answer 5-21 25 Jog 26 Movie 27 Met melody 28 Census job 32 Yellow plumlike fruits 33 It takes a licking when its back is turned 35 Soaked 36 Wildebeest 38 Elbow 39 Adult bug 42 Rotate 43 Sandwich cookie 44 No Derby winners, these 45 Coexist 46 Cow's chaw 48 Ruin the veneer 1 12 IS 18 2 The Lockhorns Born Loser "I'VE GOT TO HAND IT TO YOU, UORETTA. YOU PUT THE *GA& BACK IN ^A5TRONQMY." 9 2 5 42 43 44 WKb f\ DEUCIOUb BPEAK- YOU WNMT TT. r, GLKOY5! NOW I I'LL H(4/E. f\ CHOCbLKie CHIP IAUFFIN TO TOP IT OFF! OTI IIV /IDCr^O ^ or answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr C.LJ f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. YOU JU5T Kf\P Pf\MCKK£5 WIT.K ( W SWEET TOOTH V WnKMJLf\YKER5! ? X. \All-A\Ni N«3 ( ,..WHAT ARE ABOUT? ...i ALL TVAESE= BILLS 1 EOT Better or For Worse rrfe OUST HftRDTfc BELIE\I 60,MICHftEL'& NOT COMINS HOME'.-LFIWRENCE LIVED WITH OS FOR 3 KNow,HEflnH oues- WftrPTllHi^^rs /<V3COMPLISHED IN LIFE, LOSJNS- YOUR LOOKS. TH^TSORT OF THINS-. STftRTS A8NNS- l/OU ABOUT flSINS ©1»88 Bil Kuni. Inc. Dill. Dy Cowl.i S ( nd . li "Mirror, mirror, in my hand, who's the fairest in the land?" IT WILL... AND THATS WHAT YOU'LL ALL BE DOIN6 WHILE I'M TAMN6 IT EASY BUT VGU SAID THIS JOB WOULD REQUIRE TON OP WORK AND IP WE DO/ I CAM TAXE.IT EASV/ POR THE* REST OP MY UPE/ ARE WE SOWS TO 6ET THAT BIS MEW ACCOUNT/ BOSS ? THIS BOOK 19 ABOUT \ AV6RV BRAVE MAN J HE CAN'T BE BRAVER THAN VOO, JON N\V PINNER IS FIVE MINUTES LATE LOOKIN&T NOT LOOKIN& 5HC6 CAREFULLY STUCNW& HOW VOU ARE UJVTH HOUR, DO& flND mflKIN& WHflT LOOKIM& rtT? IF VOU WflNT THE FULL STORW, /1SK fl FEflflflLE... ...7UST NOT NECESSflRlLS THE OME VOU'RE SPEflKlN&TO. WHflT SORT Of fflTHER VOU'LL BE ID THE CHIL- DREM SHE'S PLflMKJINGr TD HflJE WTTH WOU , vou ACIUflLW fflEET, FflLL IM LOUE /WD WflRRV IM THE EXTREmELV MEflR FUTURE. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia err/we THE coops. .OKI 7 AHD woiwIYOU-RE gCHAGOLOGIST TURNS COOPER HALL" WAS THE / THINKING OF /MOST EXC/TING THING I CAKEEI? CHA W£ EVER POUE (N MY ^. RIGHTS 'HAT'S NOT SUCH STRETCH.' COME ON, I'LL DROP, YOU AT - /MEL/SS/VS...SHES GOING THROUGH A SLIGHT i OH, OOQ . PCOJ««? °F ones. W/ttc powr/ihose per FORM A w +o

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