• Flo Abena, Rancho Penasquitos, 11.
  • Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 11.
  • * L. Barling, El Cajon, 11. If you want faithful puzzlers to stick At composing a true limerick You must learn to spell it correctly not swell it: Two M's are too much, Fix it- Quick!
  • Evelyn Bowser, Hillcrest, 11.
  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 11.
  • Maria Coda, Oceanside, 11.
  • Betsy Cory, Chula Vista, 11.
  • John L Drehner, North Park, 11.
  • * Dale Duffala, Bird Rock, 11. The Man from Bird Rock played the blues He traveled 'round payin' his dues He didn't have money But he had a honey She kept him in travellin' shoes
  • George Elam, Vista, 11.
  • Ben Espe, Mission Valley, 11.
  • Richard Hutchings, Santee, 11.
  • Burr Passenheim, Linda Vista, 11.
  • Jane M. Reilly, University City, 11.
  • Michael Rewa, Allied Gardens, 11.
  • Jay Sato, Carmel Valley, 11.
  • Sherrie Stockdale, Vista, 11.
  • Jennifer Vuksinich, El Cajon, 11.
  • Susan Williams, North Park, 11.
  • Ric Witt, Clairemont, 11.
  • Bob Carlson, Serra Mesa, 10.
  • Leslie Chase, Campo, 10.
  • Carolyn Dalton, Escondido, 10.
  • Cindy Fisher, San Clemente, 10.
  • George Jackson, Oceanside, 10.
  • Elaine Marume, Oceanside, 10.
  • John Pilch, San Carlos, 10.
  • Bill Pischke, Ramona, 10.
  • * Mary Arana, Encinitas, 9. There once was a girl named Jane, for whom thinking of puns was a pain, She suggested a limerick as the new gimmick and now she feels clever again.
  • Ron Hootman, Santee, 9.
  • Robin Serfass, Leucadia, 9.
  • Martin Soblick, Del Mar, 9.
  • Louis Freauf, San Diego, 8.
  • Paula Henderson, La Jolla, 8.
  • Archie McAllister, Chula Vista, 8.
  • Gayle Studer, Mission Valley, 8.
  • Marie Grace, College Area, 7.
  • Dean Bekken, Normal Heights, 4.
  • Chris Van Haften, Murrieta, 3.
  • Arthur Albright, Mira Mesa, 2.
  • Elizabeth Jackson, Alpine, 2.
  • Ernest Verano, Downtown, 2.
  • * Lana Andrews, La Mesa, 1. There once was a clever old bird, who most times felt quite absurd, but try as she might, she couldn't get it quite right, Till she finally finished the cross-word.
  • Christopher Caloara, Cardiff, 1.
  • Tommy Conroy, La Mesa, 1.
  • Carolyn Foley, Carlsbad, 1.
  • * Moses McCabe, El Cajon, 1. I once knew a Gavcho named Bruno, Who said there is one thing I do know, The sheep, she is fine, the goat is divine, But the llama es numero uno!
  • Janie Redmond, Cardiff, 1.
  • Larry Rogers, San Diego, 1.
  • Terri Skwarlo, San Diego, 1.

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