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disqmlified Ar teing ,he last to suck orange juice out of a baby bottle Masavo
was disqualified after proving that putting a pillow case on a pillow while wea^e
boxing gloves is not only extremely frustrating, but a man's job as well.
Greg Wagenknecht and Kevin Pych tried to
alance the scales in their own favor during the
last round of competition. The audience waited in
quiet anticipation while Kevin and Greg heel-toed
back and forth across the stage, balancing a stack
of bowls and trays. Each time the contestants
added another bowl or tray, the audience would
^ ^ 'Whisper their bets on which stack would come
tumbhng down first.
Seven bowls wd eight trays proved to be too much for Kevin’s equilibrium
Greg stuck it out and won the last finalist position. The audience expressed its
enthusiasm, waving their arms and yelling their support.
Jarvis Kaler and his coworker Deb Weber work for Kramer International
the largest traveling game show circus in the country. Kaler says that he travels ’
about 1400 miles per week. He has been to aU 48 continental states and performed
shows m 43 of them. He has also traveled in Canada, to places like Moosejaw
Kaler enjoys his job. "The show is sensational, somewhat like a fantasy, but
really it's for entertainment."
The students who attended the Blizzard of Bucks spectacular were not
disappointed by the show.
-Andria M. Ginrpi
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