Sunday Puzzle: Top Prize For Solving A Tough Puzzle ... There's A Tantalizing Pattern Here Every answer is a compound word or familiar two-word phrase in which the first part starts 'To' and the second part starts 'P.'

# Top Prize For Solving A Tough Puzzle ... There's A Total Pattern Here

#### Top Prize For Solving A Tough Puzzle ... There's A Total Pattern Here

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On-air challenge: This puzzle is a welcome for Lulu to the program. We're going to take it from the top. Every answer is a compound word or familiar two-word phrase in which the first part starts TO- and the second part starts P-.

Ex. Producer of love apples in the garden --> TOMATO PLANT

1. Product from Crest or Colgate
2. Product from Charmin or Cottonelle
3. Place on a highway where you have to stop and pay money
4. Native American sculpture in the Northwest in which giant heads are carved into a tree
5. Rock singer and musician with the Heartbreakers
6. Little dog with a fuzzy coat and a high-pitched bark
7. Fraternity event seen in the film "Animal House"
8. Drunkard
9. Hybrid car from Japan
10. Pointing device on a laptop computer used as a substitute for a mouse
11. Procedure for inserting a titanium bar in part of the mouth
12. Something smoked by Sherlock Holmes and Santa Claus
13. Set of things for sightseers to see at an all-inclusive price
14. Paint that's applied by a pedicurist

Last week's challenge:

Take the four-letter men's names TODD, OMAR, DAVE and DREW. If you write them one under the other, they'll form a word square, spelling TODD, OMAR, DAVE and DREW reading down as well:
TODD
OMAR
DAVE
DREW

Can you construct a word square consisting of five five-letter men's names? Any such square using relatively familiar men's names will count. I have an answer using four relatively common names and one less familiar one.