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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, November 15, 1930, Image 4

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1 Coach at
Notre Dame
Iniversitj.
8 We purchased
Alaska from
9 Coin.
10 To regret.
12 Measure.
18 Bed of a
beast.
14 Half quarts.
18 Very high
mountain.
17 To lift up.
18 Halter.
22 Mole or wen.
26 Inspires rev*
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27 Maple.
28 To salute.
20 Rests upon.
31 To follow.
84 Devoured.
37 Scorches.
38 Derby.
40 Neither.
41 M'ing.
42 l nit.
43 City famous
for tubrrru*
lar cures.
44 Transparent,
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VERTICAL
1 French sculp
tor.
2 Native metal.
S Container.
4 Silkworm.
5 Rots flax,
fl Ocean.
7 Sick.
YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
8 First letter in,
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bet
11 General.
14 President
elect of
Bt aril
15 Establishes.
lf> Paddle.
20 To be in
debt.
21 To observe*
23 Verb.
24 Field.
25 Pig st v.
28 What is the
thyroid?
30 Surfeited.
32 Close.
33 Russian
mountains.
35 Pedal digit.
30 Eagle.
38 To skip.
39 Cuckoo.
STKKLfcftS
JOHNNY wants to use the fourteen numbers, from f to M,
and place them In the circles in the above diagram, so that the
three numbers in each of the seven sides of the diagram add
up to 19. Can you help him do it?
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■SB SOLUTION ON EDITORIAL PAGE
SIDE GLANCES . George Clark
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SCI\t BnramsutlU Herald
THE VALLEY’S MOST POPULAR
FAMILY NEWSPAPER
At your fireside before six o’clock every evening
and on your doorstep before breakfast every Sunday
morning.

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