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15. Philippine negrito
18. Road sign
19. Fast plane
22. Bat a ball gently
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OFFICIAL NO. 1 TOURNAMENT DARTS
The Daily Collegian Tuesday, Oct. 28, 1986 —1:
(answers in the next issue)
36. Long way off
37. Indian madder
38. Smoker for
39. Irish seaport
42. Curved moldings
Answers to last Issue's puzzle
4. Jib boom
5. "Good King"
8. Brazilian parrot
9. Symbol for
22. Knot of hair
26. Oil of roses
39. Become soaking