The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 7, 1997 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 7, 1997
Page 18
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68 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Jumble Crossword I HAD FUN TALKING TO vou TOMIGHT, GIL&tRT. IT GOT A LITTLE BORING COHEN. YOU TRIED TO STEER THE CONVERSATION AWAY FROfA ht. BUT i MANAGED TO SHOT DOWN BY LOOKING UNINTERESTED. IT'S GILBERT, NOT GILBERT. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEF^FER Unscitimbla Ihsse lour Jumbles, one loiter lo each square, lo form four ordinary words. THIS HELPEP HIS YACHT SAIL SMOOTHLY, BE PROUD OFME.MARCIE.. I'VE SPENT A WHOLE HOUR MERE ON THE PUTTIN6 6REEN.. Now arrange !he circled letlers to lorm the surprise answer, as sug- gesled by the above carloon I'M VERY PROUD OF YOU, SIR.. AND YOU'VE ONLY LOST FIVE BALLS.. 'till j" PHnt answer Here : (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: POKER GROUP ORIOLE LICHEN Answer: Hooking a two hundred pound lish can leave you like Ihls - REELING « HA.'HA.' TWO <5UYS GOT ON A BUS TO ROB PEOPLE IO-7 AFTER EVERYONE \ BOY, SAW THEM/THEY MERE PUT ON SKI /THEY MASKS/ A ^A PUMB/ THERE5 NO SNOW ON A BUS/ Hi and Lois A J F W ED LHUZBMB: li R L F D Z W B F 1! F G A J M II ED G J P RJSP QFBNBU NDFWG. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THE WITTY HISTORIAN JESTS THAT THE TROJAN HORSE WAS A PHONY PONY. Today's Cryptoquip clue: N equals W 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 Hearty gulp 5 Hiatus B History il 2 Work on the docks 13 Bullring bravo 14 Basin accessory 15 PC symbol 16 Ballpark structure 18 Skunk 20 Hold-up man? 21 Crossword clue abbr. 22 Omega preceder 23 Praline ingredient 26 Hoot 30"— been had!" 31 Received 32 Conk out 33 Phone booth, to Nigel 36 Couldn't move 38 One-time 39 Through 40 Aluminum city of Tennessee 43 Opera 2 Baylor's home 3 Pedestal occupant 4 Swiss city 5 Succeed 6 Greatly 7 Little, In Lyons 8 Digestive 9 Off base 10 Actress Ward 11 Three (Sp.) 17 Endure 19 Has the wherewithal 22 Margarine serving Solution time: 24 mlns. accommodation 47 Motorist's protection 49 Shake in the grass? 50 Pre-record 51 Wish otherwise 52 Actor . Estrada 53 Comparison to Burns' "Luve" 54 See 53 Across 55 See 53 Across DOWN 1 Blunder Yesterday's answer 10-7 23 Snapshot 24 Zsa Zsa's sis 25 Animation frame 26 Crew . leader 27 Commotion 28 Claiborne of fashion 29 Shelter 31 George Burns role 34 Pillaged 35 De-bag the cat? 36 Predicament 37 Bacon : quantity 39 Made an X, maybe 40 Nick's pooch 41 Goneril's dad 42 Batsuit component 43 Despondent '. 44 Continental prefix 45 MacGraw et al, 46 Accept 48 Foul up 9~ The Lockhorns Born Loser "YOU SHOULD ENTER THE PILLSBORY BAKE-OFF, UORETTA...I'M 6URE THEY HAVE A BOOBY PRIZE." 40 47 50 53 41 42 45 46 OT1 lit yiDCr^O For answers t° today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr CL/ : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on: touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Sen/ice. Family Circus FOP Better or For Worse I'M WITH CFOD PADIO, MR. W&eDER.TELL ME DO VOU TfllMK THESE. " NoiHeVE.itrn.oReA co you ton SOME |S ycOR USE OF BLACK AND WHITE: AN ATTEMPT TO AU3M6NTA SENSE OF DESPAIR ARE LIKE PHOTOGRAPHS, -i CDUURNT, Ft=O COLOR "Oh, Daddy! That was only a scale." GarfleW Blondie CAREFUL. VMiTHTHATTRiNGl I I CAN'T BREATHE/ BETTER GO BACK TO THE CLIP-ON DID VOU WATCH THAT SKEAT FOOTBALL (SAME LAST NIGHT? I WATCHED UNTIL HALFTIME, THEN 1 PELL ASLEEP I WATCHED UP TO HALFTI/AE, THEN , PUT BED DO LITTLE KIDS OR OLD GUYS EVER GET TO SEE THE END OF ANYTHING Pickles Cathy , IP REMA.V CAR£ FOP. NOT 6WW& TO OFFER TIDBITS OF /IDVICE...IM &OIN& TO BOMBARD HER WITH BRILLWMT OPINIONS f TO N/t& CflTHV,. ttW 60IN& TO LECTURE' rm NOT &OIM& TO STICK flW N05G (W HER BUSINESS... ... I'M &OIN&TO STICK MV WHOLE FACE 1(4!( WHV HER6EN- ERADQM BE THE ONLV Rex Morgan, M,D. Sylvia po w€ PrAw -fhe [i ovr 3- A4Kep ITS «?o&4si.y TOUSH-lOOXINOf SHOUtP POLICE

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