Roger Ebert Wins 'New Yorker' Caption Contest The New Yorker magazine is famous for its cartoons, and it holds a regular contest inviting readers to send in captions. The latest winner is Roger Ebert of Chicago. The movie critic has been trying to win for years. The magazine says Ebert won after submitting contest entries 107 times.
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Roger Ebert Wins 'New Yorker' Caption Contest

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Roger Ebert Wins 'New Yorker' Caption Contest

Roger Ebert Wins 'New Yorker' Caption Contest

Roger Ebert Wins 'New Yorker' Caption Contest

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The New Yorker magazine is famous for its cartoons, and it holds a regular contest inviting readers to send in captions. The latest winner is Roger Ebert of Chicago. The movie critic has been trying to win for years. The magazine says Ebert won after submitting contest entries 107 times.

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