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and W MORT WALKER and DADDY; WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY *WHAT AM I" 6AME WITH ME ? SWEETHEART YOU'RE A PONY,, ' THAT'S CLOSE, BUT I'M A LITTLE SMALLER THAN A HORSE/ King FeÂ«tureÂ«.SyndicÂ«te, Inc.. 1974. World rights iwerved WELL, TO START WITH- THAVE FOUR LEGS... CIRCUS PONY/ THAN A DOG AND I LIKE NOPE/r'M AN ADORABLE LITTLE GRAY PONY-WITH A BLACK MANE, THAT MARY LOU SMITH'S NICE DADDY JUST BOUGHT, HER/ BACK IN THE THE SUNDAV FUNNIES HAD A RJLL PAGp EACH! IF TH16 KEEPS UP PEOPLE .WONT'EVEN BE THEIR FVXPER ; - . BUT -THEY e SHRINKING VEARS... FIRST SOMETIMES EVEN EIGHT, Â·**"'Â· Â·/Â·BB that scrambled ivrtl game for hidx!Â® The tetters of these cmy words are all mixed up. Tb play the game, put them back into the right order so that they make real words you can find in your dictionary. Write the letters of each real word under each crazy word; but only one letter to a square. : T ) Â· ; . t ; I ^ RIMT MAVBE THAT'5 BEST. SfflG QI RONB r \ \ ) r "S ^ / ATTACHE!? TO HIS PUPPET'S. You are now ready to solve today's Junior Junible. Study the picture for a hint Then play around with the letters in the circles. You'll find you can put them in 01 dei so that they make j oui funny answer. Print the FUMY ANSWER here I tl^--\ ANSWER (HOLD UP TO MIRROR)mod ria'xa pin) bib KOI-Just out! A ntw book containing 55 Junior Jumbles, only 60c at THfc NtWS Mfwmation BUrÂ«Â»U Â»W E Â«2d St optn 9 to 6 p.m. Mon.-Fri, To gÂ«l by mill Â»tfd chick or monty ofdw lor (5c payable to THE NEWS, to JUWOn JUMBLE THE Â«W* PO BÂ«Â» 1SU New .York, H:T.;18017. H.TC rMMtnt* wM 4c tiiiÂ« Hi pet book, other H V. Suit .resident* Â·tfdipptictweuii. ' Â· . Â· Â· Â· ' . : . M 'feÂ»u kflow Ihe whole trouble with our team?* Their ability in baseball turns out to be no better than- their taste in breakfast cereals!" "I don't know what elst to cot out of the budget ---. we're already down to basics like food, beer, golf bails, and bowling fees." HARRirr STANLfX R%RICIR "Ypu can't Ibse at Bert's Beanery. If my food t poisons you, you don't have to pay for it." "That'll be a total of S18.9.5, Mr. Butterfinger.s!' f : "It was about time they left. You couUhardly keep your mouth open."