STICKELERS

Toronto Star - - PUZZLES & BRAIN SNACKS - BY TERRY STICKELS

A word and its ana­gram are used to com­plete the sen­tences be­low. Here’s an ex­am­ple: The build­ing was of R E C E N T con­struc­tion, but the ce­ment had been of poor qual­ity and the C E N T E R was crum­bling. The se­nior run­ning back was hav­ing a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ year; he had rushed for 1,310 yards af­ter eight games. Just when it looked like his team was headed for its first play­off berth, the school suf­fered a ter­ri­ble _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ of flu that forced the can­cel­la­tion of the rest of the foot­ball sea­son.

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