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ACROSS 1. Swipes 5. Animation slide 8. Chef Moulton 12. Macbeth group 13. Pirate’s assent 14. Mountain goat 15. The ____ Man, Heston film 16. Outlaw 18. Deface 19. J.M. Barrie character 21. B & B 22. Leiningen’s nemeses 24. Subdued 26. Leo’s company 29. Fictitious isle 31. Squall 32. Ammonia derivative

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35. Timeless 37. Forecast 40. Pond growths 41. Huxley drug 42. Texas feature 45. Period 46. Jingoist 47. Lip 51. Greetings 52. Doze 54. U.S. gov. org. 55. Transient 59. Harmony 61. Thunderstuck 62. Bovine interjection 63. Hawaiian geese 64. Bags 65. Marine flyer 66. Avian ova

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DOWN 1. Nerva or Titus 2. Blatant 3. Panhandle 4. Cinch 5. Salacious 6. Astigmatism organ 7. Permissive 8. Provide a John Hancock 9. Legal inst. 10. Bull aggravator 11. Medieval weapon 12. Unconsciousness 17. Limit 20. ____ stand still (2 wds.) 23. Elf chief 25. Azaria cartoon role 26. Tresses 27. Content 28. Brooks, et al. 30. Flight formation 31. Grows old? 32. Church feature 33. Anchor 34. ____ La Douce, Lemmon film 36. Screw up 38. Foul 39. Bore 43. Clash hit, ___ Calling 44. Greek letter 46. Neck napkin 48. Excelling 49. Bases 50. Utters 51. Members of 12 across 53. Glass unit 55. Soccer mom accessory 56. Neolithic or Paleolithic 57. Retrieved 58. Neither 60. Kunis cartoon role Crossword by Krystian Imgrund

T HURSDAY NOVEMBER 19 Café Astronomique - U of G and the Bookshelf present a panel discussion on “Was Einstein Right? Black Holes, Dark Matter and Dark Energy.” Admission free. 7pm at the Bookshelf eBar, 41 Quebec St. Guelph Civic Museum Military History Lecture Series: Lecture 2: The war of the poor relations: The Canadians at the Lamone, December 1944. 7:30pm, 6 Dublin St. S. (519) 836-1221 ext. 2775, guelph.ca/museum

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 Barber Gallery presents “Pictures Talk” a Canadian Red Cross touring exhibit – a collection of 26 photographs taken by Indonesian children. 167 Suffolk St. W. Exhibit runs until Nov 20th. 519-824-0821.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 River Run Centre and KW Symphony present: the Kinderconcerts series for children 5 and under. Three performances: 9am, 10:15am, and 11:30am. Co-operators Hall. $10. 519763-3000, 877-520-2408 www. riverrun.ca Guelph Hiking Trail Club Hike. Start time 9am to join the Grand Valley Trail End-To-End Hike 15 of 18. Contact 519-7800342.

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22 Guelph Hiking Trail Club Hike - Start time 9am to join the Grand Valley Trail End-To-End Hike 16 of 18. Contact 519-7800342.

MONDAY NOVEMBER 23 5th Annual HIV / AIDS Symposium 9am - 4:30pm (Doors open at 8:30am). Guelph Place Banquet Hall 492 Michener Rd. Lunch and snacks included. $25.00 Registration required: www.aidsguelph.org/events. For information email: education@ aidsguelph.org

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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 Green Party of Guelph founder Bill Hulet and City Councillor Maggie Laidlaw present: “The Awful Truth: Why being a government is going to be really hard from now on and what we can do about it”. 7 – 9pm Upstairs Albion Hotel.

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UofG DANCE Club: Gala Night! Performances, guest instructors, dance lesson and social (Salsa, Swing, and Argentine Tango). TUESDAY Nov 3rd in Peter Clark Hall. 8pm. $5. www.uoguelph.ca/~dance or guelphdance@gmail.com .

School of Fine Art and Music Concert: University of Guelph Jazz Band. Conductor Andrew Scott. Manhattans Pizza Bistro and Jazz Club, 8pm. 951 Gordon Street 519 767-2440. $2 Cover.

TUESDAY DECEMBER 1 The Munk Debates: Topic – Climate change mankind’s defining crisis requiring a commensurate response. Speakers include: Elizabeth May, George Monbiot, Bjorn Omborg, Lord Nigel Lawson. OVC learning Centre, Room 1714. $7 - purchase tickets: ON-LINE@www.munkdebates. com. ONCAMPUS@J.Scarrow x52661. Lecture: Niles Eldredge, curator at the American Museum of Natural History, author of books on evolutionary theory, will discuss “Darwin: Discovering the Tree of Life.” Organized by ASTRA. Free. 7:30pm in the Science Complex Atrium.

ONGOING: Guelph Civic Museum exibit: Arresting Images: Mug Shots from the OPP Museum. Exhibit runs until December 20. 6 Dublin St. S. Open daily 1-5 pm. (519) 836-1221 ext. 2774, guelph.ca/ museum Macdonald Stewart Art Centre. Exhibit: Michael Davey: ‘Overly Charmed’. Runs from Sept 23-Dec 20. 358 Gordon St. at College Ave. Admission by donation. Tel: 519-837-0010, info@msac.ca, www.msac.ca. Hours: Tues-Sun, noon-5pm. Treasures from the Collection: Until April 25, 2010, McCrae House, 108 Water St. (519) 836-1221, guelph.ca/museum. Artifacts, photographs, archival material of the McCrae House collection. Winter Hours (DecJune) Sun - Fri, 1-5pm. Summer Hours ( July-Nov) Daily 1-5pm. Diverse Students & Student of Colour Support Groups. Mondays: Drop-In 10am-2pm, Discussion 3-5pm. Tuesdays: Drop In 10am-2pm, Women’s Discussion 2-3pm. Wed: DropIn, 10am-2pm. Discussion 5-7pm. Confidentiality ensured. Munford Centre, Rm 54. Contact: rmcleod@uoguleph.ca or x53244.

November 19th 2009  

The Ontarion`s 10th issue.