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October 20, 2014 The Star Page 15 Weekly SUDOKU by Linda Thistle 9 5 7 6 4 1 2 2 6 3 9 8 4 6 9 5 8 2 4 9 1 8 5 3 2 4 5 7 1 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. * Moderate * * Challenging * * * HOO BOY! 2014 King Features Synd.. Inc. ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Lots of is best for your needs. Avoid snap judgments. Take the time to check them all out to find the one that really meets your goals. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You could once again experience pressure from others who would like to see you move in another direction. But heed your Bovine instincts to stay on your own path. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Taking charge of a project that seems to be about to stall or collapse altogether could be a challenge. But once everyone knows what you expect of him or her, things should go smoothly. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Avoid the pressures of the upcoming holiday period by setting a time right now to discuss how to di- vide up the responsibility of helping a loved one come through a difficult period. LEO (July 23 to August 22) It's not too early for all you Leonas and Lees to start making long-distance travel plans. The sooner you stop procrastinating and start deciding where, when and how you're going, the better. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Some- one you've known for years might disappoint you, or even make you feel you've been be- trayed. But check the facts carefully before you make charges that could backfh'e on you. Out on a Limb by Gary Kopervas .. 0. x .. .. , o ),  : eP '" \\;\x\\ .... Jm ( by Mike Marland R.F.D. PART OF" 0 CI2OP C, I 14I'T Wt'l- ,O'll'O or !  - i ..2--Ja, - 00lF/I00 LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) A hol- iday plan might need to be revised to accom- modate an unexpected complication. Come up with an alternative arrangement as soon as possible to avoid more problems down the line. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) ation that requires full disclosure. The more you know now, the better able you will be to handle any complications that might arise. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) The cooperation you relied upon might not be easy to get. Maybe there's an informa- tion gap. See if everyone understands the sit- uation. If not, be sure to offer a full explanation. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Problems caused by that recent workplace distraction should soon be easing, allowing you to resume working at a less frantic pace. That personal matter also begins to ease up. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Changing your mind about a job decision isn't easy for the usually committed Aquar- inn. But once you check it out, you'll find facts you didn't know before. And facts don't lie. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your unique way of sizing up a situation gives you an edge in resolving that upsetting workplace problem. Stay on your current course regard- less of any attempts to distract you. BORN THIS WEEK: You are emotionally at- tuned to what's going on around you, and you easily pick up on people's needs. ivi00 1. LANGUAGE: What does the Greek prefix "chrono" mean? 2. MOVIES: What kind of encoun- ter is experienced in the movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"? 3. LITERATURE: Who was the author of"The Optimist's Daughter"? 4. SCIENCE: Who developed the Uncertainty Principle in quantum mechanics? 5. ASTRONOMY: How many days does it take for the planet Mercury to orbit the Sun? 6. AD SLOGANS: What product's sales slogan was, "Tastes so good cats ask for it by name"? 7. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is the adjective used to describe bees? 8. MAGAZINES: In what year did the magazine National Lampoon launch? 9. GEOGRAPHY: What is the capi- tal of Hungary? 10. ENTERTAINERS: Which silent movie actress was known as "The Vamp"? Answers 1. Time 2. Contact with an alien or robotic life form 3. Eudora Welty 4. Werner Heisenberg 5.88 6. Meow Mix ?'gd2p:sB ara Save plastic bags that cannot be lLiWh; Doirded the 1959 version of recycled, and use them to collect food 2. Name the singer-songwriter of by Chris lichcreek "Laughter in the Rain." 3. Who recorded "Got My Mind Set on You" in 1962? 4. What stage name did James Newell Osterberg, Jr. take? 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: "Neon signs a-flashin', taxi cabs and buses passin' through the night, A dis- tant moanin' of a train seems to play a sad refrain to the night." Answers 1. Cliff Richard and the Drifters. It was written for the "Serious Charge" film, with Richard contractually bound to do the song ... which he hated. He changed the tempo and it became more palatable. 2. Nell Sedaka, in 1962. 3. James Ray, an R&B singer. In 1987, George Harrison of the Beatles covered the song both as a single and on his "Cloud Nine" album. 4. Iggy Pop. He got that name after he'd been a drummer for a locN high-school band, The Iguanas. 5. "Rainy Night in Georgia," by Brook Benton (1970). The song shot up the charts to gold and ended up on Rolling Stone magazine's list of Greatest Songs of All time. 1. Who holds the major-league record for most multihomer games? 2. In 1974, an Atlanta Brave led the National League in batting average, while a teammate led the league in ERA. Name them. 3. Who was the last quarterback before Alabama's A.J. McCarron in the 2011-12 seasons to lead a team to back-to-back undisputed national championships? 4. In 2014, Mark Jackson became the sixth coach in Warriors franchise history to win 100 NBA games. Name three of the first five to do it. 5. Who has recorded the most saves during a Shutout in an NHL game (including overtime)? 6. Who is the only U.S. athlete to win a gold medal in both the Sum- mer and Winter Olympics in different events? 7. Who has compiled the lowest nine-hole score at a PGA Tour event? Answers 1. Babe Ruth did it 72 times between 1914 and 1935. 2. Ralph Garr (.353 batting average) and Buzz Capra (2.28 ERA). 3. Nebraska's Tommie Frazier in the 1994-95 seasons. 4. AI Attics (557 wins), Don Nelson (422), Eddie Gottlieb (263), George Senesky (119) and Alex Hannum (100). 5. Buffalo's Dominik Hasek had 70 saves during a four-overtime shutout in 1994. 6. Eddie Egan won a gold medal in boxing in 1920 and one in the four- man bobsled in 1932. 7. Corey Pavin shot an 8-under 26 at a PGA event in 2006. PATCH WORKI Here's a happy fellow despite a scary job. Add colo neatly:. 1---Red. 2--Ok. blue. Yellow. 4--4.t. brown. 5-- Fletd 6--4.t. greerk 7--Dk. brown. 8--Dk. greim. --Purple. L.-m scraps that cannot be composted or flushed. -- B.M. in New York Keep the yolks in hard-boiled eggs from crumbling by wetting your knife between slices. "To soften butter without melting it, warm a bowl that is bigger than the butter sickland invert it over the but- ter on a plate. It's nice before a meal because it makes a hard stick of butter easier" to spread on bread rolls, but not so soft that you, use too much." -- T.G. in Indiana Save the peel on oranges and grape- fruits. You can toss them on a fire for a nice smell. "Hard-water stains in the toilet are no match for denture tablets. Simply drop one in the toilet and let sit over- night. A quick scrub and a flush in the morning should do it." -- P.S. in Washington Make a holiday cheese ball simply: Combine a package of cream cheese with a cup of finely shredded cheese (your choice) and 1/3 cup sour cream br plain Greek yogurt. Form into a ball, roll invcoating of your choice (dried fruit pieces, chopped nuts, spic- es, etc.) and chill. Wrap in a pretty cel- lophane bag and bring with pita chips, crackers or pretzels as a hostess gift. Send your tips to Now Here "s a Tip, c/o King Features Weekly Ser- vice, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475 or e-mail JoAnn at her- esatip@yahoo, com. by Hal Kaufman AGE STAC.' There are lots of different "ages" among words. Take I (D/' po$tae, forintsnce,0rmileage, orvoyage, et.Justforfun, seeifyou I ////_- _. 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Words used re across and e)wn. '.o   :o" 1 SPELLBINDER SCORE 10 points for using all the letters in the wocd below to form two complete words: AERIFORM THEN rore 2 points each for all words of four letters Or mole found among the letters. Try to score at leist 50 points. 'e/. 'e.loW :muol qqlssod : it be? 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LAFF - A - DAY HERE IS A PLEASANT Lrl-rLE GAME that will give you a message every day. It's a numedcal puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the up- per left-hand comer and check one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. BY -- (15/ ,,t a't:  l,"':':'-, :-' I I IL '" k- " ' " "You and your big admiring mouth!" t ' } l O K , NOT A CODE BREAKER. PLEASE 1 J STOP WITH ALL THE TENTING ACRONYMS. I I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU'RE SAYING.] .... i ' 'l CAN YOU TRUST YOUR EYES. There are at least six differ- I[ I  '=' ences in drawing details between top and bottom panes. How " quickly can you find them? Check answers with tho below. ''I i THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME BY AL 5CADUTO Al"Tl'CTlObl V-I th FOf_'" g'r r l a/# 8-(7/'b/-' I / i' -   q'/O// I / .d/it/" $'BNE OF I(,_ :k4 - n,3 ,f'O W.LI..ON [OIA" I A4/NTEI7 A//C" Fo W/rO/K. OGG/O/.... Iq. F'OILA N C_."I', /.IOUGTON , T)L. The Spats by Jeff Pickering