Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 8, 1975 · Page 41
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April 8, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 41

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Wednesday Moriinq, Aori' 9", 1975 THE BETTER HALF By BOB BARNES Renown ACROSS beauty 1 Height ol lame 40 Atlantic (ab.| 6 Ennoble 43 Mendicant 11 Cily in Ireland 45 ol glory 12 Muse ol 47 Conger astronomy 48 Arab name 14 Nero's tutor 51 Moro lacilo Answer to Previous Puzzle asci sun 15 Discussion groups 53 Onetime president ol Mexico "Lucky you ARCHIE didn't get a ticket! Your meter's expired!" By BOB MONTANA 16 Female sheep 55 Saw-toothed 9 Soviet lake 17 Poisonous mountain 10 Irrllalecl (coll; snake range 11 Part ol Mao's 19 Zoo features 56Famo name 20 01 stars 57 Lock of hair 13 Soulh Alrican 22 Fruit drink 58 Severe fox 23 Open OQWM 18 Power lo com- 26 Fencing sword "«wn man(j esteem 28 Occupy wholly 1 Cultivated 20 French city 29 Greek letter 2 Narrow road 21 Samoan 3 Spanish cheer _ seaport 4 Shape again 23 Not on 30 Man ol -- . 34 Slate ol being known 5 Leaven 35 Japanese verse 6 Sergeant's lorm "one" 36 Series of rows 7 Source ot 37 Hindu garment wisdom 39 Reigning 8 Zola heroine 24 By way oi 25 Shade tree 27 Co'me In 29 Uncontaminated 31 Iranian export ' item 32 Far [comb, lorm) 33 Before 38 Masculine name (pi) 39 Form ol dance 40 High cards 41 Characteristic 42 Also-run 44 Equipment', 46 Telegraph 48 Roman love god 49 Batiste 50 hostelry 52 Ethiopian dignitary 54 Compass point CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS WANTED; YOUNG MAN TO SCORE WITH THE GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM SI6N WINTHROP By DICK CAVAUl TORY BENSON. SAID THAT YOLi SAIP I'M THE DUMBEST KID IN CUR CLASS/ IN THE WHOLE SCHOOL. DOOLEY'S WORLD By BRADFIELD MY DAD SAYS ThIERt'S NO FOOL AW OLD FOOL! SHORT RIBS By FRANK ONEAL .HOW PLANTS RESPOND TOIDVE AND UNDERSTANDING? OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN PROCTOR MNY PROP W THE MAJOR THE SUIT IF HE -^O.WMS PROCKH _ lUITTlN'f BUT HIS NIBS THINKS THE . I0-C0UNT \*> JUST A FAvNCY 0PENIN' ABOUT „ T^E FENCE EARLIER' TrlE RIVAL CONSUMER (3RDUP P<?E.S ITS ^ INVE5TI6A.TIN6 BY PAYLffiHT.' PROCTER COULP BE TOO BUSY- HE'S SUIN' A TRAVEL OUTFIT FOR HAVIST A [3AMAGEP 8UIUDIN6 VJHATl'D CMLV SEEKJ 7ALKIWS TO LARRV FOR X ASOIJT FIVE MIMUTES WHEN<5RAMPBE6Aw) "K 3 PACE B ACI< AMP FORTH, MLJ7TERIMG ^S SOMETHING ABOUT TH' PHONE sews f | TIEP UP.' HE MADE ME SO WERVotJS 7 • I CUT SHORT My CALL-AMP ALL _/ HE WAUTEP TO DO WAS CALL FOR T/ME AMPT&/PEEATURE.' fiKAMPAW DICK TRACY By CHESTER GOULD THEN,IFVERAALLDID HAD JUST ARRIVED ON THE SCENE AS HE TOLD THE OFFICERS- I SAW MAIL BOXES OUT ON THAT ROAD," SAVS GROOVV. STAGE OF RIGOR MORTIS WOULD INDICATE THE MAN ON THE POLE HAD BEEN PEAD OVER SIX HOURS. A MAIL CARRIER COULD TELL US WHAT T1AAE HE MAV HAVE SEEN VERA'S GOOFY CAR THERE. STEVE ROPER GO TO THE HEAP OF- xi THE CLASS. BOV. By SAUNDERS and OVERGARD THATVV4* AREMfNPER, NOMAP/—W6 WON'T WAIT ALL PAY FOR THE MON6V/ WHV./-THEY-- THEY'RE SHOOTIH6 ) I KWOW/ AT US AGAIN/ /I KWOW/--HIT THE DIRT, JOKER/ HOW fOt.eDO/ YOUR FACE IS COVERED WITH BLOOD, CHRISTIE.' 3/f/V BUZ SAWYER CHICO RUNS OUT ON BUZ/ By ROY CRANE IFONLV I COULD GO TO H/M... COULD HELP HIM, BLONDIE 4-9 By CHIC YOUNG v HEY, DAGWOOD DEAf?, HERB WAMTS TO KNOW HERB, YOUSAID"Af?r EXHIBIT I WONDER WHAT MADE IP I CAfO GO TO AN DIDN'T YOU? HIM THINK I SAID ART EXHIBIT MY LODGE IS GIVING ART EXHIBIT WITH HIM A STAG PARTY TONIGHT L'lL ABNER By AL CAPP TH9 -X- IS NOW TWAT "OUR MARY* IS AM 5HE1L NEVER MAKfc? •SLMPTHIN' PLJRe ) HAS weNrouroF < "AMERICAN BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH By FRED LASSWELL GOT TO DO SOMETHIN' fiBOUTTHAT . DfiDBURW i LEflKV I FLOOR I STOP MOUTHIW' flW* CRflWL DOWN IN TH 1 CELLAR, MAW WE GOT TO DO SOMETH1N' ABOUT THAT DADBURW LEflKV ROOF, PAW MARY WORTH TM AFfSAlP RETIREP WIC5OWERS, LMWS WITH THEIR CHILDREN, GET THAT WAY, MARY/ YOUR NEI6HBOR IS A CHARMIfJS , ROSE, BUT HE SEEMS RATHER DEPRESSED/ By SAUNDERS and ERNST VES, I SUPPOSE THAT IS WHY THE/ OFTEN RE-MARRY -WHEN THEY ARE WELL UP IN YEARS/ Y'KNCW-WHEM YOU WERE OUT OF THE ROOM HE SAID SOME VERY NICE THINGS \ ABOUT YOU/ STEVE CANYON YOU NEEDN'T, MY PEAR.' I AM PERFECTLY CONTENTED-WITH MY PRESENT SITUATION IN LIFE.' FELT ATEEMSV TWIN6E OF JEALOUSY.' By MILTON CANIFF • SJT THE.SABOTEURS' COMMANDER -SNOW AT THE REAR Or THE PARTY... SEE, COMRADE -THE F6HIN6 TU6

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