Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 27, 1970 · Page 8
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—Junior Editor Quit on- DINOSAURS Daily Times Herald Features . . - Comics Friday, November 27, 1970 QUESTION: Why did the dinosaurs become extinct? ANSWER: About 200 million years ago, in the Triassic period, much of the land was flat, covered with warm inland seas, swamps and marshes. There was an abundance of water plants, giving plant-eating reptiles a fine food supply. The larger ones, living half in water, were safe from predators. Carnivorous, or flesh-eating reptiles, could prey upon the smaller plant eaters. Starting with such ancestors as the condont. the dingsaurs rapidly developed. The codont was only 3 feet long, very different from the dinosaurs we show. During the Cretaceous period however, things changed. Mountain ranges rose up draining off the seas and swamps, bringing a colder climate. Many scientists believe that the. plant-eaters could not adapt themselves to the new kinds of plants. As they vanished, the flesh-eaters, deprived of food, vanished too. It seems strange that tyrannosaurus, the ferocious and gigantic creature in the foreground, of our picture — which grew to 45 feet long — shou|d,have been able to survive. But the'strongest animal is helpless if he doesn't get enough to eat. . (Susan Tibbens of Washington, Pa., wins a prize for this question. You can win $10. ; cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) TIZZY By Kate Osann 1570 k,- NtA, Jot. T.M. »>B : U : S rm. OH ftjnuQOMAW ' I hey just called Mr. Agnew 'The Great Semanticist' Are they allowed to say THAT on TV?" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox "I'm Oiraid he isn't too bright. He's been known to fly economy cfoss on an unlimited expense account!" Animal Life Answer to Prtrioot Puul» ACROSS 1 Peruvian. animal 6 Desert animal 11 Lamprey fishermen 13 Philippic 14 Formality 3.5 Pointing a •weapon. 16 Melody 17 Legal point 19 Guide's notes 20 Turned inside out (anat.) 23 Male sheep 26 Revoke a legacy (law) 27 Encountered 30 Answer the purpose 32 Distant • 34 American engineer 36 Destroys 37 Attempt 38 Sharp pain 41 Pillar • 42 Made prepared 44 Against 47 Revolver (slang) 48 Chibchan Indian 52 Formal display 54 Click-beetle 56 Exhibits emotion 57 Reiterate 58 Bristles 59 Ministers to DOWN 1 Not as much 2 Mother o£ Apollo (myth,) 3 Short-eared dog (her.) 4 Combine 5 Circle part 6 102 (Roman) 7 Provided with •weapons 8 Letters, for instance 9 Feminine (3H3S1B51 SHHSS sacs appellation 10 Lower limbs 12 Tear into small pieces 13 Food sampler 18 Before 21 Traveling bag 22 Come out into view 24 Asseverate 25 Girl's name 23 Log float 27 Drudgery 28 Heating device 29 Decisive trial 31 Symbol for iridium 33 Greek lette. 35 Theatrical platforms 39 Mountain ia Crete 40 Chemical substance 42 Lariat 43 Hang infolcL 44 Zoo primates 45 Appellation 46 Horse's gait 49 Solar disk SOMethegUtt 51 Crafts 53 English stream 55 Permit OUT OUR WAY ty Ntfl COCHRAN OUR SOARO.N6 HOUSt . . . w»h . . . MAJOt MOOHl CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "By the way, you haven't paid me for my last visit yet!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL I CAN HARPUY WAIT TO GO SKIMMINS POWM THE SLOPE WITH THE WIND IM MY FACEJ YES, I'M GOING TO TAKE UP SKIING! WAIT WHILST X STEP IN HERE A MINUTE WILL VA? IT'LL SAVE CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE THAT WA£ TUB FI^H fe CHIP SHACK OK) EAST OAK^TKEETl THE OWNER THIWK* KLOTZ- THAT Ml^T BE HER OUST ieAVlW<3! THE- WOMAN) IN THg KeP COATi SPEAK TO YOU FOR VOUVE <30T TD BE KIPPM&f ] LET J^ E i 1 ^?i^F; ^.pv/CB «OL^ OM A SLUSTERy PAY J **XIR 6LESSIW<35.' THEY'RE UKE TH/52 HAVE >DU <U5UALLYHOME,PLAWTEP IM FBOUT ^^otl-ECOMPLETELV) ^ WE TV5ET FOR FDOTBALL-- BAMAKJAS?.' AMP THEY'RE OUT HERE FOR SMACKS PURIWGEVERYCOM- f' MEECIAL.aETTIWe UMPER- FOOT WHILE WE'RE TRVlMfS TO <3ET A &t& MEAL OW THE TABLE.' COLPTURKEV A FOREMAN' BUT TMlff ON6 SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL HOW'S SOUR NEW JOB AT INFOBMMtoN OPFiCE? PINE, BUT 1 DON'T SET 10 SEE MANY youNS flsopi.£. SEEM TO THINK- ALPEADVKNOW EVERYTHING. THE FLINTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA ...I'LL SET ,..- ^ <*Ay MORE ATTENTION TO MS IF WE yJBfZE. A StX-GUABT-A- 0AV FAMILY/.... PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER 'NOWADAYS THE \ TURKEY GIVES A ) SIGNAL WWEM ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN THEY flAVff YOU I YEP, AS A KINfi'S WXY \ WELL, IT WAS THE SINK? 7 PRESENT/ WHATCHA J THOIJSHTFUU THINK OF THAT? X OF THEM... A/- WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI WHV IN THE WORLD DID SOD MAKE- THE/SAID IT BE PONE". FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS COMT BELIEVE ir AT CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS ISN'T THAT V "AH I A"t "E WAS JM£S AND I GOING TO START OFF Hf$ MAVIfi HE'S WAITING UNTIL AFTER THE

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