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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 47, November 19, 2006, Article 35

MARLBORO CONTEST QUIZ QUESTION

Dave Bowers was stumped by this query from Mike Frederick of Stone
Mountain, GA, but he thought E-Sylum readers might want to take a
stab at it.  Mike writes: "My team is in a contest sponsored by
Marlboro. One clue reads: "Once the Headquarters to everyone, now
heads and hindquarters abound. Tell us its name." The "heads and
hindquarters" part leads us to believe that this refers to a coin
collection or somewhere that a large number of coins are stored.
We're a little stumped on the "Headquarters to everyone" part of
the clue. Also - as this contest goes, the fact that "Headquarters"
is capitalized generally suggests that it is/was used in the proper
tense. Any ideas? Any help would be greatly appreciated."

[I have no idea if this clue actual refers to a numismatic topic.
Any guesses?  -Editor]

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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