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fAU^ SoMtruiKkT L VhTA <^j| 0(^LtO(j t&UUKZL 4*0? "THE ACOUSTICS IN THERE ARE TERRIBLE! YOU COULD HEAR EVERY NOTE THEY SANG.’’ LETTER-OUT By Charles H. Joseph. Letter-out and you'll find one in 1 PALFREY every gama 1 Letter-out and find them wherever _ 2 ASSURE detectives work 2 _ Letter-out and it's flashy. ~ 3 ELAPSING 3 Letter-out and we need it to keep . 4 BLATHER allye- 4 5 Letter-out and it's a wreath of r ALLURES distinction. 5 Remove one letter from each word and rearrange to spell the word called for in the last column Print the letter in center column opposite the word you have removed it from. If you have "lettered-out” correctly a man does that when he loses courage. Answer to Yesterday's LETTER-OUT. 1 FLINCHES | N | | 2 HASTIER | t I under one Strain 2 3 WEIMAR |W| 3 4 ADVISER | S | — 4 ORGAND\ I Y I ,nlmal ‘"drXgon" 5 (Copyright, 1032.) Daily Cross-Word Puzzle Across. I. Holy. 7. A stylet. 13. Stirs. 15. Fabaceous tree of Brazil. 16. Inhuman treatment. 17. Makes lithe 18. Female bird. 19. Charges with gas. 21. To infold. 22. The Orient. 24. Excursions. 26. Fashion. 26. Woody perennial plants. 28. Utter abroad. 29. Crippled. 30. Laths 32. Rights of holding. 34. Float. 36. To notch. 37. Prevented. 40 Bundled. 43. Trite. 44. A sea gull. « 46 Interprets, archaic. 48. Large weights. 49. Womankind. 81. A prickly pear. 82. Conjunction. 53. Advent 85. A gear wheel tooth. 56. Markets. 58. Rival. 60. A white sauce: French. 61. Narrates. 62. One of an ancient Jewish sect. 63. Loathe. Down. 1. A scent bag 2. Debts due but unpaid. 3. Prudence. 4. Repent. ANSWER TO YESTERDAY S FIZZLE • • -“---—-;-;— ("“""T”””"--• l \ A\ n y Fop PETES SAKE ToPNTrtAT OFF1. ThePES SOUNDS BETTER SoMEHoU/. | DoNT* ft interference Somewhere |—-———understand \xr--—— d t __^ —1 WHAT CAN BE l MERE IT IS. VI. HERES WHAT * jf nrHEMATTER? STaTioN OOF 1 You CoULPNT TORN OFF y IS USUALLY SO CLEAR ^J ~ “ f/« Between 4 Two Fire*. y ^ WELL, AT LAST OLWER HAsS THE OLD FASHIONED SHACKLES ^ f ^ /^OH , MOU BEASTLM ^ STOPPED MAKING SARCASTIC REMARKS I SHOULD GIVE WAM TO THE NEW ( POETkM LITTLE WRETCH .( K ABOUT THE GUEST© WHO WERE FREEDOM — THE CURSE OF GOLD- \ SOU'LL PttS FOR TH1S \ AT PART'S- THEM SAM SHAKESPEARE HAD A I RELIGION - THIS TIME I SHALL ^ - MODERNS AND FREE-THINKERS GHOST WRITER- REALLM. NOW, j INSIST THAT OLIVER ARE SIMNM OUT of HIS REALM- ‘ WHAT DID MICHELANGELO EVER \ THRESH MOO TILL. OH, THOSE SERVANTS- \'vE DO? I CARE NOTHING FOR MONET I NOU LEARN NOT TO BEEN RINGING FOR TEN MINUTES-1 V A HUNDRED THOUSAND FOR OUR J RIDICULE SOUR 7 SH-H-H- WHAT'S THAT RACKET\ I 11 CAUSE — V BETTERS- J IT SOUNDS AS IF IT'S IN THe j [HA'HAIHA1. ' M\ ^ K,TC-EM- i ssst.* /eSTiSSJ UTTLE CORK I WOOLS UTTLE| rv ■ ■ ■ mm G-ray mm I Actress. 1S| < I By Bud Fisue* As Simple as One Plus Two Equals Three. By Howard Freeman Uncovering the Evidence. .......1 y' WWADD'CA f NONE OP 'N ( TMINKIM' )('TOUR. bi-zjmixA V ABOUT, JIMMIE9J l PUOO.NHEAD1 ) Bv Sene Byrnes On Second Thought. I_ I C ♦X.UUNTLtYj The Winning Number. I . 5. River in Spain. . 6. Hinder. 7. Renders. 8. Butts. 9. A sphere. 10. Body cavity. 11. Rubs off. 12. Scraped. 14. Country of Asia. 15. Modified. 20. Entrance to a mine. 23. Prickly herbs. 25. European martin. 27. Warehouse. 29. Crescent. 31. Reposed. 33. A beak. 35. Regret. 37. Weaknesses of the system 38. Destroyers. 39. Prefix signifying half. 41. Teach. 42. Indicates. 43. Suffer hunger. 45. Vascillate. 47. Wisest. 49. Composed. 50. Appointed. 53. River in Borneo. 54 A pike. 57. River in Cornwall. 59. Illuminated. Mexican Collection De Luxe. Collection of Installment notes has been made a grand and successful ad venture in Mexico City. Mexico One company dressed several collectors in a uniform resembling that of the local police, mounted them on motor cycles and sent them after the more difficult accounts. Few refused to pay the daz zling collectors. -• Pre-Mammoth Teeth Found. Three teeth of an elephant which roamed the Thames Valley of England long before the mammonth have Just been unearthed in a gravel pit near Gravesend, and presented to the Na tural History Museum. Each tooth weighs between three and four pounds. --•- ■ — Dancing Slower in London. London dancers are slowing up. In the large dance halls, frequented by young couples, both kinds of fox trot, the quick and slow, have been getting slower and slower. New steps have been Introduced Into the slow fox Ini requiring that It have less speed. ^DAWGONIT * IF r ONLY r of Flounder* KAONT.UJST MY HYPNOTIC I sort or r lovnder power • perhaps rr has through my Days, returned — maybe Losing money, missind professor SPumoni 5 ” WAS MISTAKEN when he cars _ t>A\o i no longer had T keep my mind on THe hypnotic higher thing* , By And thus I Pop Womano get some Ewful j'&rs. Src>"\ Yea, Profewor!!!