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CLOSED SEPT. '99 HOUDINI CONTEST
Contest Ended September 30, 1999
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Since this was our first contest, I decided to award a prize
to six participants that attained the highest score!
Winners with the high score of 30 are:
Stacey Aspurez, Lake In The Hills, IL
Shan Buchholz, Edmond, OK
Michael Carleo, South Nyack, NY
Brian Carter, Rockford, IL
Sarah H., Powell, OH
Beth Storheim, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
OK, we can't be serious all the time now, can we? Here's an opportunity to have some fun, and maybe you'll even win a free reproduction of a high-quality piece of Houdini memorabilia direct from the Houdini Family! ($8.00 retail value)
Just find as many occurrences of "HOUDINI" as you can, located in the word search diagram above. "HOUDINI" may appear forward, backwards, upward, downward, diagonal, etc... but always in a straight line. No skipping letters. "HOUDINI" must be completely spelled out in order to count. Words may overlap each other. (ie.) The same letter may be used more than once.
Totals that are submitted which are greater than the highest possible score are given a score of zero. One entry per person. If you have a printer, you may find it easier to print this page in order to work on it.
To qualify, e-mail your Name, City, State and your Score (how many times you found "HOUDINI before October 1st, 1999. Be sure you receive an e-mail confirmation back from me within a few days that I received your score - otherwise, send it again. One player per household. Any questions may also be directed to the above e-mail address.
One winner will receive a high-quality reproduction of Houdini memorabilia. In the event of a tie, a similar style tie breaker may be offered, or the winner may be decided by a random drawing of entries containing the correct total. The winner will be notified by e-mail and their Name/City will be posted on this site. Judge's decision (that's me) is final - it'll be fair, trust me - I know Houdini's watching!... Bob
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