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June 27, 2014

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: Friday, June 27, 2014 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier : Friday, June 27, 2014 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier CELEBRITY CROSSWORD SUDOKU Fill in the puzzle grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. Across 1. Clint Eastwood movie, "Blood __" 5. Nursery item 9. __ de Triomphe 12. Cheerleading movie, "Bring __ __" 13. Disney's "__ & Stitch" 14. Prefix for "chemistry" 15. Mongolian desert 16. Dictator Idi 17. Go a few rounds 18. Folk singer Pete 20. Greeting at sea 22. Perlman of "Cheers" 23. "Who shot J.R.?" series 26. Ms. Midler 28. Reagan's second Attorney General 29. "Days of __ Lives" 30. Greek letter 31. Inflict (harm) 34. CBS correspondent Bob 36. Rustic dwellings 38. Travelers to Bethlehem 39. Heroic deed 40. Rejoices greatly 43. Sci-fi series, "Doctor __" 45. Figure skater Lipinski 47. Baseball family name 48. George Clooney movie, "Up in the __" 49. Evangelist Roberts 50. Like bright crayon colors 51. James Spader on "The Blacklist" 52. Brooklyn team 53. Tatum and Malik Down 1. "The Americans" disguises 2. Nebraska tribe 3. Shown, "All Is Lost" Oscar nominee: 2 wds. 4. Actor Wayne of "Seinfeld" 5. Bow or Barton 6. 2013 sci-fi film, "Pacific __" 7. Trojan War epic 8. Helena __ Carter 9. "Dance Moms" taskmaster: 3 wds. 10. Fred Astaire's "Flying Down to __" 11. Wally of "Mister Peepers" 19. Shoe width 21. __ Miss University 24. Regarding: 2 wds. 25. Sitcom, "__ Saves the World" 26. New Year's Day game 27. Continental money 32. Historic time 33. Actor Michael 34. Lisa Simpson plays one 35. Richard Burton's "The Night of the __" 37. Fixed gaze 38. Repasts 41. Blow a horn 42. Stars with planets 43. 2013's "World __ Z" 44. Hasten 46. Turncoat WORD QUIZZARD In the grid below, twenty answers can be found that fit the category for today. Circle each answer that you find and list it in the space provided at the right of the grid. Answers can be foundin all directions - forwards, backwards, horizontally, vertically and diagonally. An example is given to get you started. Can you find the twenty answers in this puzzle? Patriotic Programs 1. On this FOX series, a discredited former counterterrorism agent works around the clock to keep America safe, using what- ever brutal means necessary to get the job done. 2. Showtime is home for this political thrill- er about a bipolar CIA agent who becomes compromised while rooting out suspected terrorist operatives. 3. This 1996 sci-fi film follows a ragtag group of American survivors who mount a last-chance counterattack against an alien invasion of Earth, the action climaxing on an appropriate holiday. 4. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this superhero is clearly the most patriotic, giv- en his name and the red, white and blue of his costume. 5. Television's biggest fireworks celebra- tion of July Fourth has long been staged by this iconic department store of New York City. Answers 1. "24: Live Another Day" 2. "Homeland" 3. "Independence Day" 4. Captain America 5. Macy's TRIVIA CHAIN - On July 6, 1933, Major League Base- ball's first All-Star Game takes place at Comiskey Park in Chicago. The event was designed to bolster the sport during the darkest years of the Great Depression. Fans who could still af- ford tickets migrated from the more expensive box seats to the bleachers, which cost 50 cents. - On June 30, 1953, the first produc- tion Corvette is built at the General Motors facility in Flint, Michigan. All 300 Corvettes were white convert- ibles with red interiors and black can- vas tops. The 1953 Corvette was out- fitted with a six-cylinder engine and a two-speed automatic transmission. - On July 5, 1975, Arthur Ashe defeats the favored Jimmy Connors to be- come the first black man ever to win Wimbledon. While the confident Con- nors strutted around the tennis court, Ashe rested between sets. Finally, with the shocked crowd cheering him on, Ashe finished Connors off in the fourth set, 6-4. MOMENTS IN TIME PUZZLE PAGES By Dan Rice

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