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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 48, November 26, 2006, Article 24

MARLBORO QUIZ SUGGESTIONS

Last week's item about the Marlboro contest included this cryptic
clue:

"Once the Headquarters to everyone, now
heads and hindquarters abound. Tell us its name."

Bob Neale writes: "That could just be a simple 25-cent piece.
Since the 50 states edition, that is."

Jerry Haggerty writes: "Philadelphia was the capitol of the
United States, now the Philadelphia mint abounds in heads and
hindquarters."

[I think Jerry may be on to something - Philadelphia seems to
make sense in this context.  -Editor]

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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