Funstuf

By Roberta L. Fairall


Football

Across

4. Score of six points.

7. Each _________ held in the cheering section shows part of a picture.

8. Kickoff at the 40-____ line.

11. _________ time out.

12. At the beginning of the game a player will ________ the ball.

14. First two letters of the word shout.

15. New players are selected in a football dr __ __ __.

18. Outside player on either side of the line.

19. Go _________ a huddle.

20. On fourth down, a team usually will ________.

21. Player who catches a pass.

23. Playing area.

26. Above.

28. Paddle for a rowboat.

29. Cross scrimmage line before center has passed the ball.

32. Abbreviation for senior.

33. Request.

34. Victory.

Down

1. Rain can turn a field to _____.

2. A football _____ has cleats.

3. Person who gives a team instructions.

4. Player who stops the ballcarrier.

5. Will he run ________ pass?

6. Synthetic fabric.

9. Nickname for Albert.

10. The _________ team does not carry the ball.

13. Middle lineman.

16. An explosive.

17. A center, two guards, two tackles, and two ends.

22. The _________ carried the ball 20 yards.

24. An offside penalty means a ________ of 5 yards.

25. Lights are used for play after ________.

27. To mix up a printer’s type.

30. Enjoyable.

31. The ball is _________ on the 31-yard line.

33. An insect.

Answers:

Across—(4) touchdown, (7) card, (8) yard, (11) call, (12) kick, (14) sh, (15) aft, (18) end, (19) into, (20) punt, (21) receiver, (23) field, (26) up, (28) oar, (29) offside, (32) sr., (33) ask, (34) win. Down—(1) mud, (2) shoe, (3) coach, (4) tackle, (5) or, (6) nylon, (9) Al, (10) defensive, (13) center, (16) TNT, (17) line, (22) rusher, (24) loss, (25) dark, (27) pi, (30) fun, (31) down, (33) ant.

Indian Tribes

Find fifteen Indian tribes hidden in these letter square. The names can be read across, up, down, or diagonally.

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Cabbage Turkey

You will need: head of red cabbage, pointed onion, toothpicks, carrot slices, and straight pins.

Body Carefully remove six outer cabbage leaves, allowing stem to remain as support for turkey.

Tail Fan With toothpicks, attach two or three of the largest and most perfectly shaped leaves.

Wings Cut leaf along center vein and pin each half in place, so that it extends from tail fan to feet. Trim front edge in curve.

Head Push two toothpicks into rounded end of onion and then into body. For wattles, cut two long sections of cabbage leaf, hang over beak (pointed end of onion), and pin. Insert pins through carrot slices for eyes.

Feet Cut a 2″ slice of carrot in half. For claws, cut wedges on one edge. Pin to base.

Set turkey on a tray or arrange with fruit or autumn leaves for a colorful Thanksgiving centerpiece.

[photo] Photo by Eldon Linschoten