The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 2, 1971 · Page 17
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 17

Ogden, Utah
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Saturday, October 2, 1971
Page 17
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2TV Ogden Standard-Examiner, Saturday, October 2, 1971 WEEKLY CROSSWORD PUZZLE By Mjrr» C«rr •kluiaiM. »Tke 14 Sw«<L 19 Kindled. 20 Biblical 21 Fail. ume. 22 Loa f in 23 S«olti»k tourist auraetion: 3 words. 26 Geography book. 1 ! 27 ii«rrtir body. JJ Firooui poppefieer, 29 Top. one, 31 (Ecology danger. 32 French • . namber. 33 Religion! jronp.' 34 Routing . chicken. 35 Vi«Bil ( orb9. 3ft Girl'i name. 38 Young y women, • 39 ))»te record. 41 Fib. ;t. 4i Spring flower; 43 Throws ban). 44 Ancient Periian coin, 48 Ranking tea officer. 50 Indian tpiee. 51 Estimate UK. 53 Powerful lignt, 54 Caih. 55 Flarored • with ipice. 54 lit book of Bible: Abbr. 57 Small pies. 51 Indian boat. 59 Scoltiib. »ne. <0 Hnort«, 62 Aehet. 63 Narrow openingi, 64 E»taped. 65 Clever at tt«di«>, 66 Bl«nd«. . 67 Read* finickly, - 68 Cushion. ; 6? Irt letter j ol name. 71 Rinehei. 72:Mo»! recent, 75 Pnnisbment 76 C«retnoniet, : 77 Ripper. 78 Swelling. 79 Freshen op, 80 Run.; V. : 81 Van. mffii. B2 Bold, 'JearleM. 15 Gala octasior 86 System pi Prayer. Big container. >5 attributed to lent. Caltw* 99 Ifll 104 105 107 m 109 110 111 T« ponitb. SmeiL Apolio 1} and 14 letirJliet: 3 vrordi. Mister: Sp. Fettir* happeninf, Ltrel. Ouir. IncliiMi. ExaminatioDi, Injection floid*. Being, DOWN Tropical tree, Plant oj lily family, Phologriphic periodical: ' 2 words. Greek goddesi .of wisdom, Brew. Donkey, Ornamental knotted 'cords, Plants with larice-ihapcd leaves. Phyllis Dil. ler's husband, Those in office. According to Iradiikm. 12 R«ria>" plabu. IS G«ae fit}}. 14 Bleuiib. 15 Skiu. If Niebumefor one hair. : 17 E««pe, 1» Re3»xe», 24 Street in San Francisco. 25 Food particle. 30 Conclude. 33 Trip by boat, 34 Conrey. 35 Vipe oat, 36 Pitcher's plate. 37 Military assistant* 58 German name for town in Hungary. ; 39 Makes well. 40 Maxim. 42 Press. 43 Searches for. 45 Farm mails: 2 words, 46 Girl's name. 47 Gave up. 4» Sherbet!. 50 Prejervea, 51 Money factories. 52 Masc, name. 54 "Three little Abbr. ' 87 Rnisian »e«, j« 90 Water hole«, 91 MounUini. H CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWER ON PAGE 10TV 55 Vinfi 57 Bridge score, 58 Taity molluikt. M Steal: SI, 61 Longed (or. ! 62 Irish fuel. ' W Vood fattener. 61 Fortune. U. City is Italy. 67 Satisfied, 68 Over witk •cphalt, 70 .Natire aam« of Indian people. 71 Story end, 72 Fine labrie.. .': 73 DUpatch, "": 74 Deadfall. 76 Pnli again, 77 Bo dents. 79 Give aid. 80 Rebuke, 83 Pair. 84 F**l sorrow . for, 95 Fiashec fire, 86 Reluctant. 87 Nantical cry,. 88 More scarce. 89 Make np for. 91 Agent: Abbr. 92 Amonnl: Abbr. 94 F.t. 95 Social insect!. 96" Mrs. Leonoweni. 97 In demand at tax time,' 98 Famooi Italian family, 100 Calendar abbr. .101 Stem ending. 103 OVers Poetic. NEW LOOK IN SPORTS — Elinor Kaine, the prettiest football commentator around, will be oil hand to bring fans her special features on the games and the players on "The NFL Today," a 30-miriute program which will precede each National Football League broadcast on the CBS Television Network, Channel 5. THE DISTAFF VIEW •There's New Look On Gridiron Guide NEW YORK-She's young. She's pretty. And she's an expert on pro football. That describes hazel-eyed Elinor Kaine, the most attractive grid guide around, She will bring viewers and football buffs special features on '"Hie NFL Today," 30-minute pre-game programs which will precede each National Football League-broadcast on the CBS Television Network Channel 5. How did a nice girl like Elinor jecome an expert on a rough game? "I went out with boys who always seemed to know a lot football. And I guess transistor radio plugged into her ear beams yet another game. Miss Kaine has always been nterested in athletics, participating in many sports, including baseball, basketball, :ennis and golf. She won an intramural golf tournament while in college. Even today, she plays a friendly game of touch football in Central Park. But the sport that is Elinor's 'avorite is horse racing. All of her family-parents, grand- jarenfs, and an uncle—raise :orscs. I says HEARING AIDS Battciiti'l, Repoirt for _ All Mokei t Model. 1. 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