The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 26, 1998 · Page 20
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 20

Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 26, 1998
Page 20
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B8 TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Diltert Jumble Crossword GOHW5 THE CROCON FOR? THERE AREN'T CWWUSfA/UIC LEADERS IN THE GJORLD LATELY I'fA GOING TO FILL THE VOID. DON'T CHARISMATIC LEADERS USUALLY TORN OUT TO BE PHILANDERING SOCIOPATHS ? BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Banshees doit 5 Fe.rber or Mlllay 9 Gear tooth 12 Staffer 13 Wind up 14 Mimic 15 Pistons star 17 Kurosawa's "King Lear- Part of ASAP 19 Panache 21 Wan 24 Unescorted 25 -ex machine 26 Poor choice of words? 30 Dip. datum 31 Major slip-up 32 Burrows or Fortas 33 Ball-like figure 35 Peevish fit 36 Sand- 38 Capacitance unit 40 Nitwit 42 Nest egg acct. 43 "American Gothic" painter 48 Cacophony 49 "I could — horse!" 50 Novelist Quindlen 51 Feed-bag morsel 52 Spotted 53 Calendar quota DOWN 1"—the Dog" 2 Melody 3 Mrs. McKinley 4 Optician's creations 5 Repeat 6 Tire out: colioq. 70 8 Sans . second- stringers 9 "North by Northwest" star 10 Autumnal stone 11DNA passenger 16 Big weight 20 Spigot 21 Puts together 22 Ooze 23 "Four Weddings and a Funeral" actor 24 Coaster 26 Academic 27 Blackbird 28 Last writes? 29 Household members 31 "Sea Hunt" star 34 Epoch 35 Metro 37 Cauldron 38 Faithful pooch 39 Oratorio piece 40 Lessen 41—even keel 44"Norma—" 45 Inseparable 46 Three- match link 47—es Salaam YOU CAN GET THIS IN A GUEAN-UP CAMPAIGN, Peanuts WURFOR SHE'S HAVIN6 TROUBLE 6ETTIN6 ANYIOAV,HE'S SICK.. I THINK HE DRANK TOO MUCH PUNCH.. HE^KIP.'ARENT YOU THE ONE WHOSE FRIEMP IS WEARIN6THEP065UIT? THE NURSE IS U/ITH HIM... Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. THE P06 SUIT OFF.. (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: FROZE QUEER OPPOSE VORTEX Answer: What the photographer experienced at the seashore — OVEREXPOSURE Solution time: 24 mlns. 5-26 HEC VSUWG ZTH GWTG T UDECJ E A MXQGSZGZ SZ T JDEAXZZSEQTF THAteAlMCST/WHOUR paper texture 37 Green strokes N0IESOIC0UU75KIPTHE 0FMVTIMEWASTCP0N MV RIPE WnHT/M»wl HAP Yesterday's answer MDSFF GXTV. Yesterday's Cryptoqulp: A NASTY ASSOCIATE WAS ALWAYS CALLING THE ERROR-PRONE OCEANOGRAPHER ALL WET. ID WALK HOME IN THE SPJPfP RAIN BECAUSE SHE WAS TOO "BUSy'TZ? PICK ME UP! Today's Cryptoqulp clue: V equals M The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, 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. Baby Blues The Lockhorns QTI I IV A DCZrrY) For ans w er s to today's crossword, call O I \Jl\flrCU : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on Born Loser DO I WIN A PRIZE IF I CAM NAME THAT MEAT? touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. 50fA550DY TUKN5D TR£ LENSES 1 UPSIDE DOWH! For Better or For Worse SbO KNOW,t*IKE-WHEN-l I HOW DO VOU DOlBflT? 1 I CfiN'TTHlNK OF EVER I'M up HERE, I I f ^ v-i r-T N£STHINSNESS...TRERE'S LlKEToRELflXflN'LET II ^CENTRW^.^ ] )/ | _/SlWftys SOMETHING THINK INSNESS "...R, S, T, U, V, W, W, W, DOT COM." C ISHfl Zng^infl Fntnfl). Inc. fOal Dy Universal fre» Synttiu LET'S see WHAT ICE CUBE APPLIED TO THE POOT WILL DO r CALL-ED vou TIMES/ I CAN'T EVEN OPEN WELL, LOOK WHO COULDN'T EVEN LIPT HIS EYELIDS THE TAIL BONE'S CONNECTS? TO THE FACE BONE f 60! UWVCH SPORTS! ^ WE LUST /IFTER HOW IftEMLWE... ...flNDSET, WHO UlflNT& TO TtWT BffTHWfr SUIT? SURE. HERE'S ONE. Cfl&tt OR GHflR&E.? 3UST KIDOIM&! HERE MOUR FIRST SUITS TOTRV... LNE UFE! WE'LL XbG MANTIS M*KE &\IE. lOH/VTEVER. SEE HOU fl&fllN M fl FEW HEflRb WHEW THIS SUIT OUT ! OUT. WHflT CflM VOU 00? IT IS WHflT VT Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia lV£'/?£ GOIUG TO WlP TH/5 /W P? CO/ME /MOTHER.' Mt? Yo«/ rtrt 'v* 60^ ^ .. A o>Ke AND A A«0 IF y*" •WNK'WAVi A pM of c/svte, Crueji A<rA'iN- w HAt P° yoo WANT? 50 ^ • 1>M by Hteofe HoHviter IM »r u« *"•»•• I*M« trnwM

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