The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 28, 1996 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, September 28, 1996
Page 18
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B8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL SOfAE DOLPHIM5 IN rAY SITUATION WOULD HEAP YOU GET TO 5AFE.LY. OTHERS rAIGHT TRY \ TO DI5TR/XCT YOU > IOHILE. AN ACCOMPLICE PLAYED A CRUEL JOKE. LET'S NSK THt HUrAfAING FISH TO DO THt THEMt SONG. Note to readers Jumble Friday's editions inadvertently contained Saturday's comic strips and puzzles. Consequently, today's page; contains Friday's content. We regret the inconvenience. Crossword BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to lorm four ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER CHITK f > ^ j j Oim Tribum M«ti $•**»*. Inc. Al Ri0itt A Peanuts THERE 5 A BUNCH OF BIRP WATCHERS OUT TOPAY.. TMEYLL 0E TAKING PICTURES SCWOU SHOULD 6ETOUT ANP START FWIN6 AROUNP.. <?.Z7 THAT 5 NOT EXACTLY IVMAT I MEANT.. NILOG ^ ^*w ~**\ V -^IN> -X RUPALL ^_^ 3 SITARG V J I made them fresh loday jusl like - — • my grandmother's MAKING SAUSAGE THE OUP-FA5HIONEP WAY GAVE HIM THIS. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer here: Yesterday's I Jumbles: I Answer: 1 TO Y THE L (Answers tomorrow) MERCY FAUNA TUXEDO DECODE What the ex-ballplayer did when he became a surgeon - HE MADE THE CUT Beetle Bailey CHOCOLATE CAKE FOR WHO CARES? I WOULDN'T EAT THAT LOUSY CAKE IF YOU PAID ME A MILLION POLLARS /IT'S MEfiSY, I BUT I SET A LOT \ MORE CAKE V THIS WAY/ I >~_--^ Hi and Lois P ATPKJ G NGJW IPGVEKI PH ENAWK XEKHPIWUWI G HTGVUEXJ. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: WHAT TOPPING IS THE ZANY MONGREL ALWAYS PUTTING ON ITS PIZZA? MUTTSARELLA. Today's Cryptoquip clue: J equals K The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, 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 1 Liniment targets 6 Deposit 9 Oriental tea 12 Half a college song 13 Candle count 14 Sweetie 15 Stage direction 16 Add-on for 3 Down 18 Temperature unit 20 Seine feeder 21 — volente 23 Geological period 24 Desert terrain 25 Future phalaropes 27 Storage space 29 Share the billing 31 Giraffes' kin 35 Test ore 37 Baseball team 38 Joylulness 41 Morning moisture 43 Cornfield comment 44 Jai — 45 Island known for its bears 47 Add-on for 3 Down 49 Heming- head 2 Swindle 3 Fast-food lunch 4 Gen. Robert — 5 Three- striper way's yacht 6 Expression 52 Immature newt 53 Museum stuff 54 Swelling 55 Pigs' digs 56 "Monty Python" opener 57 Varnish ingredient DOWN 1 Copper of regret 7 Malarial symptom 8 Undeniably 9 One thing after another 10 Trestle 11 Acon- cagua etal. 17 Large- Solution time: 26 mlns. Yesterday's answer 9-27 beaked bird 19 Leonine sounds 21 Calendar abbr. 22 "I" strain 24 Cartoonist Browne 26 Radio problem 28 Monkeyed (with) 30 Firewood? 32 Add-on for 3 Down 33"Back — minute" 34 Wield a needle 36 Takes as one's own 38 Puts together 39"— My Heart in San Francisco" 40 Threadbare 42 Windshield attachment 45 Author Vonnegut 46 Staffer 48 "Bali —" 50 Parisian pal 51 Kurosawa movie 1 12 15 2 3 4 The Lockhorns 9 14 10 11 wn ut* ttt!! •tty. 54 57 OT1 IIV /IDCFY? ' r ° r answ ers to today's crossword, call O I VjlVIl CL/ f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute)pri touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King . ••"; Features Service. okX LET/V\E see X TAX£ CARE OF Born Loser MY CARPOOL DROWNED ITS AVY 5IP.TRDKY! piece OF CMce? Family Circus TO A. cup OF COFFEE AND YoOR PROBISM iSTOO WEIRD ORMe...i'MReFeRRi TO A TALK-SHOW HOST3 For Better or For Worse OH, MAN- WOULD v°o U30K ATTHftT! CftNPftCE SHe HPO'ffte HOST BEAUTIFUL WHOL& School. SHE'S PIPTPAT! SHE TSlflLLV AWFUL/ Having left his script at home, Bit Keane ad libs his speech. Garfield DASWOOD.' THERE'S A DRIP UNDER OUR BATHROOM SINK.' DRIP' DRIP- DRIP WHEN IT SOES DRIPORIPDRIPPRIPDRIP, CALL ME THEN A6AIN, MAY3E ONCE, CATS WERE FEARLf£55 HUNTER6... I'LL CHECK IT OUT RIGHT NOW INPEPENPENT, 6TRON& ANP PROUP HOW FAST IS THE DRIP 60IN6? COULP VOU GET THE PLA5TIC OFF THIS SLICE OF CHEESE? JfMPAVfS 9-27 / MTHflN WflLKED P/l&T PHONE WITHOUT CHECKIN& WW fflflOE IT THROM6H THE ELECTRONIC HKlt WITHOUT CHECKING /1NVTHIN& ? IT'S FINflLLV. HflPPENED! IT'S flNTURMf AW TIME? WHOLE N6W ERA .' It5.. ...WOfflflN «b. THE WORLD WIDE WEB. SHE MUST B6A60P. beep beep beep- beep beep beep beep PE6D6 MB 6V/ERV YAWP MV T« WITHOUT CHECKIM& THE NEWS...P/1&SIM&AW SOUND SV6TEW WITHOUT CHECKING ANV fiflWE SCORES... COOL r JUST LET WE CHECK MESSAGES THE NEWS WO so/ne SCORES! Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia A BUSH SROKE H/S FALL WHEN HE FeU OUT OF THE TREE/ IT,.MNP THERES NO ToyOURe/WRU/M.'

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