The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 4, 1997 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, October 4, 1997
Page 18
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B8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL.; Dilbert THERE'S NOTHING HERE TO DISTRICT fAE. IT'S JUST AHHH ... ITS GOING TO BE. A GLORIOUS DAY OF TELECOfAttUTING. ILL BET YOU CAN'T EKT A ING REFRIG- Peanuts 15 THERE ANY ONE THIN6 A PERSON CAN PO TO MAKE SUCCESSFUL? SOMETIMES I LIE AWAKE AT NI6HT, ANP I ASK QUESTIONS.. BACK EXERCISES.'" I'M GOINS AS AM OLP 6OAT AN PLP SOAT?/ I CAN'T WAIT T<? SEE THAT/ WHAT ARE YOU WEARING 7D THE COSTUME PARTV? Hi and Lois THOSE W£j?e YOUR CLU0S Born Loser / E.V6K. WISH YOU HND LOVCP I KND LOST, ' I 6LN>Y5 T 1 7 WH05KY5 I I DIONT? >^ FOP Better OP FOP Worse WHV NOT SHOW SOME ENTHUSIASM FOR LIFE? Jumble Crossword BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble these four Jumbles, one loiter lo each square, lo lorm lour ordinary words. HIKKA ^ ^ ^ > sti \. j 01997 Tnbuni Wall Sirvicti. Inc. FIMOT r -\y -\ ^_ >\. > CODJUN t r ~\ ^ _J EKATIN v_ j ^ y \^ j This Is iun WHAT HE GOT FROM HIS KARATE CUA55, Now arrange the circled letters lo lorm Ihe surprise answer, as suggested by Ihe above cartoon. .-AC J Yesterday's (Answers Monday) Jumbles: FLORA SCOUT OUTWIT KERNEL Answer: Why the paper hanger worked late HE WAS ON A ROLL Cryptoquip Z BTUGQ NBUN NBT DTGR CTGDHOV XHML- VWZNB MUG IGHKUKXR KTMHWT U X X LTRTQ OI Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I LIKE TO EAT SO M UCH THAT IT COULD MAKE ME DECIDEDLY THICK TO MY STOMACH. Today's Cryptoquip clue: M equals C The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, It will equal O 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 42 Calendar 1 Gotta have abbr. 6 Least con- 44 Comedian troversial 12 Culmination 13 'Twelfth Night" countess 14 Industrial- strength 15 Preach- ings, often 16 Arabian Sea gulf 17 Tied 19 Ph. bk. data 20 Mrs, Copperfield 22 Petrol 24 Branch 27 Latvia's capital 29"—Grand Night for Singing" 32 Obey 35 Region 36 Stationer's quantity 37 Louis or Carrie. 38 Party bowlful 40 Whirled Rudner 46 Stench 50 Updike's Harry Angstrom 52 Merciful 54 Burning 55 Emulated Demosthenes 56 Wobble 57 Polygonal bounds DOWN 1 Lummox 2 Customary 3 Rectify 4 It'll get you moving 5 Outside 6 A few 7 On its way 8 Evergreen 9 Home of Northwestern U. 10 Missile shelter 11 Soviet news agency 12 IRS employee 18 Least clear observance21 Legendary Solution time: 24 mins. Yesterday's answer 10-4 jazz trombonls' 23 Islet 24 Wood- shaping , tool ; ( 25 Kanga's < tyke •) 26 Lower jaw! 28 Oklahoma' tribe .';! 30 Crafty ••'.! 31 Estival -:| quencher -} 33 Rorqual" j 34 Grounded! Aussie | 39 Winnings , 41 Wanderer 42 "Animal ' House" group 43 PlaywrighY David ; 45 Roman road 47 Comer- : stone info ; 48 Change for a five 49 Flushed 51 Belfry denizen 53 Spoon- ' bender Geller The Lockhorns 0 :THAT ISNT A NECKTIE, LEROY ... IT'S A DIARY OF WHAT YOU'VE HAD TO EAT,' OTI ||V/|DCr^O' roranswers to today's crossword, call " O I VJIVlr CL/ : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King i*. Features Service. : ~ Family Circus zfogy Out. by Cowiii Synd , Inc. "I think I swallowed my sore throat 'cause now it's in my tummy." Blonde ... AND WOULD YOU PREFER I I LAPTOP OR NON- LAPTOP!? LET'S HIT THE SOUP COURSE NAM, IT ISH RA/N yOU WIMP.' SINCE ( OH, ALL RIGHT, DID A PEW V-S-t LET'S DROPS OP Jv-^ 17^ 60 RAIN STOP US?.' I'M PACKING IT IN.' IT'S JUST TOO' WIND/ TO PLAY Pickles Catty HELP! ICfltfT FIND flN^THINfr TO GO WITH THIS SKIRT ffj IT'S A GREAT SKIRT f I DON'T e«EN LIKE THE SKIRT THAT /MUCH. I DON'T NEED THE SKIRT. I TO FIND TO frO WtTH THE SKIRT f THERE flRE 10 BILUOM CLOTHES HERE! THERE'S FOR EVERVTHINfr ELSE f THERE rtlUST BE SO/»1ETHIN& FOR THIS SKIRT? THl«> SKIRT CflN'T THWU&H L>FE flLL /lLONE [ HELP ME FIND A COMPANION F0R THI& NICE,, SKIRT f &IN&LC PEOPLE WILL BE THE MOST PflSSIONflTE SHOPPERS,. Rex Morgan, M.D, JUNE, I'M SOKKY...1 PIPNT f FORGET IT,BECKA.' IT'S ^ ...-f l 5 A -rHAi Grefs yip of ceLL^LVte. Twelve At L?V^ 30'A «T jj-." "If rl y rrs l r'iCrH.t-?HowMt/cH? cpvep.if?« " /W£AN TO HURT VOU(?

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