The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 26, 1996 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, September 26, 1996
Page 10
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B4 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL THE TEArA-bUILDING EXERCISE AAY ONLY HOPE IS THAT AN INTELLIGENT DOLPHIN WILL SEE fAY PLIGHT RESCUE rAE. UH-OH... m A AMLE 5HOM AND TOO EXHAUSTED TO BACK. Jumble TWO LOORDS:] TUNA,... NET. J Peanuts THAT'S TRUE..i DON'T THINK i COULP EVER BITE ANYONE.. 1-Z6 Beetle Bailey HOWEVER, i DO ADMIT TO BEING A LITTLE SARCASTIC NOW AND THEN. WHATS WITH THE OUTFIT; FLAP? THIS IS JUST A PICKUP SAME LOOK 1 LIKE A , SUPERSTAR, PL AY LIKE A SUPERSTAR.' Hi and Lois NEVERTHELESS, I. THINK THB CAPE OVERPOIWS IT CHIP, HELP WITH THIS MATH? Born Loser TMOKM APPLE.... TH£ GOOD NEWS 15 YOU KNTKKVe.TOWOWC.ON 60LLY, CKI6F, THAI 15 GOOD M6WS ! For Better or For Worse HURRY UP I we'Re GONN fl HOW COMB you TSOK so "' • LONG IM THE BATHROOM -7-X THIS MORNING? IM Garfield BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble lhase lour Jumbles, one letter lo each square, lo form (our ordinary words. CYREM f > 'v ^ 01396 TntuneMe<»iS«rvcf» inc R 19*11! f>essrv«J ANAUF r ^ S. J /~ ^\ \^ ; DOXUTE :j CEEDOD *s. / f ^s ^ ^ /^ ^\ ^ J Welcome lo Ihe team WHAT THB BALLPLAYER PIP WHEN HE BECAME A 5URGEON. Now arrange Ihe circled loiters to lorm Ihe surprise answer, as suggested by the above carloon. Print answer here ; (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's I Jumbles: KNIFE PYLON BEHALF CHERUB I Answer: Whal the boxers got into at the parly THE PUNCH LINE Cryptoquip B Y !• Q QRJJTKF TC QYW AEKI ORKFVWD EDBE1C JNQQTKF RK TQC JTAAE? ONQQCEVWDDE. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: SOME TIRED LOGGERS OFTEN COMPLAIN OF THEIR SPLITTING HEADACHES. Today's Cryptoquip clue: A equals Z 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. The Lockhorns "UEROY'S AT THE AGE WHERE HI6 KNEES BUCKLE AND HIS PANTS WON'T." Family Circus fc&'« More of his father's speaking adventure in Toledo. Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Sport 5 Sesame seed 8 Earring type 12 Plankton component 13 Proficient person 14 Aesopian also-ran 15"—the Mood for Love" 16 Fresh 17 Actress Swenson 18 Cheated at hide- and-seek 20 Malcolm's portrayer 22 Author Buscaglia 23 Sch. org, 24 Burlap fiber 27 Not mandatory 32 'This — recording" 33 Inlet 34 Bachelor's closing remark? 35 "Broadway Boogie Woogie" painter 38 Shoulder enhancements 39 Stickum 40 Article puter acronym 58 Beatty movie DOWN 1 Keen 42 Scourge of 2 Rery saint? Whoville 3 Exchange 45 Scamp premium 49 Garage job 4 Cause 50 Grounded irritation 5 Cooked in a clay oven 6 Rocks 7 Lascivious 8 Japanese Aussie 52 Filled tortilla 53 Lounging 54 Aries 55 Cantabs 1 rivals 56 Honey bunch religion 9 Republic formed in 1964 57 Microcom- 10 Incite Solution time: 23 mlns. Yesterday's answer 1 12 15 18 2 3 4 11 Emulate Monty 19 Poet cummings 21 Outside: prefix 24 Morrison of rock 25 GIs' entertainment grp. 26 Material 28 Lindstrom or Zadora 29 Fits 30 Put together 31 Section of L.A.? 36 Recipients 37 Bird in the! Sinbad tale 38 Harass 41 "That's a laughl" : 42 Smooth- ; talking 43 Discourteous 44 Stock flock 46 Race driver Yarborough 47 Caustic 48 Privation 51 Long March leader 10 11 QT1 HV/IDd"Y? For ans wers to today's crossword, call O I UlVIr CU : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. Bggy ... BECAUSE THiS Co^ic PAM0 IS GALLED'Z.'(3<aV;W OOSH M .'.TRATS WMV CM iKCHARGEf i ' •PET INTE.LLIGENCE...O 'CATS PO NOT 5CORE WELL ON INTELLIGENCE Pickles BUJV\STEAP, EITHER YOU HAVE OR M3U DON'T HAVE It,, I CONT THINK YOU HAVE IT DON'T KNOW I'M SURPRISE? WE REFU5E TO REAP THE PIRECTION5 Cathy HA/ THEN VDU PONT HAVE IT BITMBR// IF VOU 6/lUE UP VOUR MEDICAL PRflC- TICE, WHflT DO VOU 00 flLL DflV, MTH/W? I DO WHrtT PEOPLE WERE PUT OW EARTH TO DO CATHW. TO FRIENDS, REflD , LflUfrH, STUDV, VISIT UmS, CREflTE, LEflRrt EXPLORE THE WORLD.. Rex Morgan, M.D Sylvia ...flND EUERV NOU) /1WO THEN I EVEN STEP /IIW FROM mv compuTER FOR BREflTH OF FRESH /»!(? f OH, HA, HA' BUT SERl- OUSLH, WHflT DO VOU DO?? HOW WE 60 FROM "&ETTIN& TO KNOW VOU" TO "SETTING TO C/?E flTE fl WHOLE NEW WR5IOW OF VOU". AS FREE /VWKEOl/ER PAZZLES SALOH THE STREET?

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