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At The REC Center

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At The REC Center

At The REC Center

At The REC Center

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On-Air Challenge

Each answer is a familiar two-word phrase in which the first word ends in R-E and the second word starts with C. For example, if the clue is "text that comes from the Associated Press or Reuters," the answer would be "wire copy."

Challenge From Last Week

From Merle Regal: Kris Kristofferson's last name starts with his four-letter first name. Can you name a famous American whose last name ends with his four-letter first name? Hint: The last name has seven letters.

Answer: Evel Knievel

Winner: Chris Daggett of Minneapolis

Next Week's Challenge

Take the phrases "move over" and "local call." In each case, the last three letters of the first word are the first three letters in the next. Name a familiar animal, in two words, in which the last three letters of the first word are the first three letters of the next. Hints: It's a furry, four-footed animal that can grow up to 6 feet in length. The first word in its name has five letters, the second word has eight.

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