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Any Champs in the House?
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Any Champs in the House?

Any Champs in the House?

Any Champs in the House?
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For each category Will lists, you must name something that belongs in it that begins with each of the following letters: C, H, A, M and P. For example, given "girls' names," you might say Carol, Henrietta, Alice, Mary and Penelope.

Challenge from Last Week: From Ruth Warren of Albany, N.Y. Name some places where people eat, add one letter at the end of the word, and you'll get an adjective that may describe the places' food. What are the words?

The answer: Delis, delish

The winner: Stephen Stack of Troy, Ill.

Next Week's Challenge: Take the title "Candid Camera." Write down the first appearance of each letter, ignoring any repeats, in the order these letters appear. You get C, A, N, D, I, M, E, R. By doing the same thing to the title of what other well-known TV program do you get the letters S, E, A, M, T, R?

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