Brain Games No. 57 The Name of the Game

ZOOMER Magazine - - CONTENTS - BRAIN GAMES #57 BY BAR­BARA OL­SON

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1 Ho­tel named for a sleep fairy 8 “Sweet!” in the ’90s 11 Chicken-king link 14 “In all of us com­mand” an­them 15 “Strange Magic” band, for short 16 Eastern philoso­pher’s dark side 17 Morneau and Mur­ray wait­ing for their cheques? 19 What the Cree call wapiti, mean­ing “white rump” 20 Old film spool 21 “I ___ bad moon a-ris­ing, ...” (CCR lyric) 22 Diet food da­tum: Abbr. 23 Awe-in­spir­ing ac­tress-turned­princess Kelly? 28 Speaker’s plat­form and a news­pa­per name 31 Pre­pare to hit with a club 32 Get an ___ a test (do great) 33 ___-Euro­pean 35 Deer sir? 38 Sta­ple­ton and Smart, on re­ceiv­ing trou­bling news? 43 A prov. with two NHL teams 44 Felipe, Matty or Jesús 45 “Am ___ the right ad­dress?” 46 Stand-up comic Lange 50 Baseball’s nine 52 Lay­ton and Lem­mon at a tram­po­line park? 55 “Give ___ rest!” 56 Mech. or tech. pro­fes­sional 57 Diana’s friend Al-Fayed 61 Say one can 62 Very, very em­bar­rassed co­me­dian Wil­liams? 66 Three, at first? 67 Singer Lana Del ___ 68 Fam­ily get-to­gether 69 Part of S.P.C.A.: Abbr. 70 Suf­fix with stock or block 71 Cine­plex sur­faces

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1 One of the five hu­man tastes 2 Bad marks in high school? 3 Back of the neck 4 Pa­ter­nity test­ing site 5 Month to honour “la mère” 6 Do sum math? 7 Catch, as a thief 8 Back off on the de­mands 9 State with­out proof 10 Three pills twice a day, say 11 Bo­sun’s “Sure, boss” 12 Pur­plish plant and hue 13 Low-down joint? 18 “It ___” (for­mal re­ply to “Who’s there?”) 24 U.S. nat­u­ral­ist John ___ 25 Mur­ray with the most Junos ever 26 Cen­tral parts of piz­zas? 27 De­vi­ous ploy 28 “Look what I did!” 29 Churn up 30 Old-timey Ko­dak cam­era 34 Fe­male bear: Sp. 36 “Cater” for “re­act,” e.g.: Abbr. 37 Fed. le­vies in most of Canada 39 Makeshift tent, maybe 40 Lamb’s pen name 41 Hence, to Henri 42 Bar­gain bin items, of­ten 47 ___ del Fuego (is­land group) 48 Like a friend in­deed, in a say­ing 49 Colour­ing need at Easter 51 Needs no fur­ther work 52 Stands up at the al­tar, maybe 53 Ges­tat­ing, with “in” 54 Tolkien be­gin­ning? 58 Award for Rent or Hamil­ton 59 Cé­line or Stéphane 60 Road-trip­per’s lodg­ings 63 Busy hosp. ar­eas 64 Mo. to trim trees 65 Play which first used the word “ro­bot”

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