The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 2, 1971 · Page 16
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 16

Ogden, Utah
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Saturday, October 2, 1971
Page 16
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2TV Ogden Standard-Examiner, Saturday, October 2, 1971 WEEKLY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 9f Myr» CKT 'ACROSS S •«»*]*. 9 The leider. 14 Sword, 19 Kindled. 20 Biblical father/ ~ nftm. iume, 22 Long for intentely. 23 Scottish, tonrirt'altraelion: 3Vords. 26 Ceogriijihy 27 Heavenly body. ' 28 Faraooi pappeieer, 29 Top. one, 31.;Ecol.ogy danger. 32 French number. 33 Religions group. 34 Routing chicken. 35 Vi«B«],orb«. 36 Girl'i name, Women. 39 J)»te record. 41 Fib. :• 42 Spring flower, 43 Throws bard. 44 Ancient Persian coin. 4* Hanking ten officer; M Indian 51 Ertimate s'ut, 53 Powerful " light, 54 Cath. 55 Flavored '•'• With apUe. 54 Ik h»ok of Bible: AUbr. 57 Small pie*. 58 Indian boat. 59 Seottiih on*. M Remrlt, : 62 Ache,. 63 Narrow opening i, 64 E«.ped. 65 Clever at elndiei. 66 Blends. .67 Head. . 61 Canriion, 69 Irt letters of name. 71 Rancliee. 72;Mort recent. .75 Punishment 76 Ceremomef, 77 Ripper. V8 Swelling. . 79 Freshen up. 80 Run., Ill Fern, suffix. 82 Bold, fearledJt. 85 Gala occasior W System of Wei f his; Abbr. 87 Russian tea. 90 Vater hole«. $1 Mouiiljins. 99 101 104 105 106 107 m 109 110 111 10 11 Prayer. Big container, MnrJu* •llribulei t» Jem*. C«lr«re T* panuh. Smell. Apollo 13 and li adiritiu: 3 wordi. Mister: Sp. FeUir* happening. Level. Cluir. Irwline, ExaminatioDl. Injection fluid*. Being, DOWN Tropieal tree. Plant of Jily family, Photo graphic periodical:. 2 wordi. Greek ^oddest ft wijdom, Brew. Donkey. Ornamental Jcnolteti 'cori!!, Plants with lance-shaped leaves. Phrl]j« Dil- ler't hncband. Tho»e in office. traditioo. 12 Rutriaa plai*. 13 Game rith, 14 Blemiah. 15 Skill. 1< Nickname for one without bair, 17 Ettape. 18 Relaie*. 24 Street in San Franciffo, 25 F««d particle. 30 Conclude. 8J Trip by boat, 34 Conrey. 35 Vipe ont. 36 Pitcher's plale. 37 Military assistant. 38 German name , ' for town in Hungary,: 39 Makes well. 40 Maxim. 42 Frets. 43 Searches for. 45 Farm mails: 2 words. 46 Girl's name, 47 Gave op. • 49 Sherbets. 50 Prejerve*, 51 Monsy 60 See*!: SI 61 Loa|«M for. 62 Iriih fad, 63 .Wood 52- Mase, name. 54 "Three liule n 55 Wns." 57 Bridge scor«, 58 Ta«y mollusks, M Fortune. «,City inluly, 67 Satisfied, 68 Cover witk . ispVialt, 70 Nalire Dime of Indian people. 71 Story end. 72 Fine fabric. • 73 DUpatch. : : 74 Deadfall. 76 Pnl» again. 77 Rodents. 79'GJTe aid. 80 Rebuke, 83 Pair. ! 84 Keel-iorro>r : for. 85 Flashes fire. 86 Reluctant. 87 N*mical cry, , 88 More icarce. 8$ Make up for. 91 Agent: Atbr. 92 Amount : Abbr. 54 Fat. 95 Socfal insteti. 96 Mre. Leonoweni. 91 In demand at lax time. 98 Famons Italian family, 100 Calendar abbr. .10i Stem endiag, 103 Orer: Poetie. r NEW LOOK IN SPORTS — Elinor Kaine, the/prettiest football commentator around, will be o^hand to bring fans her special features on the games.and the players, on "The NFL Today," a 30-miriu.te program which will precede/each Na: tional Football League broadcast on the CBS Television Network, Channel 5. THE DISTAFF VIEW There s New Look On Gridiron Guide CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWER ON PAGE 10TV NEW YORK-She's young. She's pretty. And she's an expert on pro football. That describes hazel-eyed E)inor Kaine, the most attractive grid guide around. She will bring viewers and football .buffs special features on "The NFL Today," 3»-minute pre-game programs which will )rece<le each National Football League-broadcast on the CBS Television Network Channel 5. How did a nice girl like Elinor aecome an expert on a rough game? "I went out with boys who always seemed to know a lot about football. And I guess I was a good listener," says Elinor. She's been such a good listener that a popular magazine calls her commentary ''the most accurate and in teresting inside information about professional football. Another sports editor wrote that "she can gather more inside information, withoul venturing inside a single locker room; than J. Edgar Hoover Walter Winchell and Louella Parsons combined." A typical working weekend finds Miss Kaine at home sprawled before two televisior sets which are turned to separate game-carrying channels. At the same time, a rahsislor radio plugged.into her ar beams yet another game. Miss Kaine has always been nleresfed in athletics, par- icipating in many sports, in- luding baseball, basketball, ennis and golf. She won an ntramural golf tournament vhile in college. Even today, he plays a friendly game of ouch football in Central Park. But the sport that is Elinor's avorile racing. 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