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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, April 30, 1930, Image 10

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HORIZONTAL
1 Journeys.
6 Apple dri~,I:.
11 Cau;e.
12 Love*!.
14 Whole.
15 To tell.
16 To observe.
17 Baseball eluN.
18 Custom.
21 To drivel.
23 Pronoun. '
25 Agent.
27 Eye tumor. ,
28 Midday.
29 Small bodies
of land.
31 Helped, ml
32 Thicket.
K5 Mexican dish
38 Fish. kfr;
41 Related on * .
the mother's
side. ... •
42 Taciturn.
4.J Inspired irv«
cience.
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VERTICAL
1 Two fives. ♦;
2 Rodent.
8 Cow-headed
Roddoss.
4 Ciaietl infr.t
!• iy.
5 Scoffs. ,
6 Botile.
7 Pattern.
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER
8 Dunce.
9 Age.
lu To rot flax.
11 To renounce.
13 Hanging ^
down. v4I.
10 Call for help;
20 Snaky flsh.
22 Auditory. 1
23 Thick ahroo.
24 Garden tool.
26 To deduct ,
from.
28 Metallic a!> '
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30 Denae.
31 Anew.
S3 Dry.
34 Animal
36 Data.
3? Stomach,
so Malta. ,
40 I'nlt.
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rRTAMIPS WERE AU. RUICT fi
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There are ar least four mistakes in the above picture. They mafliHi
ram to grammar, history, etiquette, drawing or whatnot. See if yrflHH
find them. Then look at the scrambled word below—a^d umcraaJ
by switching the letters around. Grade yourself 20 for each
takes you find, and 20 for the word if you unscramble it.
SIDE GLANCES . Geo/gb
"Well it can fo another summer wHhoutnew rtrrine «eg a*
your wife can." f * * '***
CORRECTIONS
(1) There are only three yreat pyramids at Giseh #2l tuntud* *
spelled incorrectly in the conversation at the left ii’i «rwi .-.mid* at
Gireh were built before 3000 B C. <4i The camel should /ILm *«•*»’
(5) The scrambled word is calendar. ^ Mvr CW9wm

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