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The Classic Star Trek Trivia Book

by

John Arthur Maddux, Ed. D.


 

Table of Contents
VOLUME I
Questions


INTRODUCTION 10

JUST FOR FUN 12

CHAPTER I: PRODUCTION 13

Section 1: The Making of Star Trek
Section 2: Actors and Their Roles
Section 3: Writers and Directors
Section 4: Appearances by Characters
Section 5: Provisional Titles
Section 6: Airdates and Stardates
Section 7: Word Search Puzzle #1
Section 8: Crossword Puzzle #1

CHAPTER II: THE STARSHIP ENTERPRISE 25

Section 1: General Information 17
Section 2: Exterior Schematic Design 18
Section 3: Interior Schematic Design 19
Section 4: Word Search Puzzle #2 21
Section 5: Crossword Puzzle #2 23

CHAPTER III: FEDERATION PERSONNEL 33 25

Section 1: Captain James T. Kirk 26
Section 2: Mr. Spock 27
Section 3: Dr. Leonard McCoy 28
Section 4: Mr. Montgomery Scott 28
Section 5: Mr. Sulu 28
Section 6: Lieutenant Uhura 29
Section 7: Miss Christine Chapel 29
Section 8: Mr. Pavel Chekov 29
Section 9: Yeoman Janice Rand 30
Section 10: Minor Starship Enterprise Characters 30
Section 11: Personnel Ranks 30
Section 12: Associated Starship Personnel 31
Section 13: Allied Characters 32
Section 14: Guest Stars 33
Section 15: Couples 34
Section 16: People and Places 35
Section 17: Star Fleet Personnel 35
Section 18: Word Search Puzzle #3 36
Section 19: Crossword Puzzle #3 38

CHAPTER IV: ALIENS AND ADVERSARIES 47 40

Section 1: General Information 41
Section 2: Villains By The Numbers 47
Section 3: Klingons By The Numbers 47
Section 4: Romulans By The Numbers 48
Section 5: Vulcans By The Numbers 48
Section 6: Aliens, Adversaries, & Episodes 50
Section 7: Word Search Puzzle #4 52
Section 8: Crossword Puzzle #4 54

CHAPTER V: PLANETS AND PLACES 64 57

Section 1: General Information 58
Section 2: Characters and Locales 64
Section 3: Planets and Episodes 67
Section 4: Word Search Puzzle #5 69
Section 5: Crossword Puzzle #5 71

CHAPTER VI: EPISODES AND PLOTS 80 74

Section 1: Plot Synopses 74
Section 2: 1st Year Episodes 79
Section 3: 2nd Year Episodes 112
Section 4: 3rd Year Episodes 145

CHAPTER VII: TECHNOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY 196 173

Section 1: General Trivia 173
Section 2: General Trivia (Level 2)
Section 3: Spaceships and Destruction
Section 4: Federation Spaceships
Section 5: Alien and Adversaries’ Spaceships
Section 6: Weapons
Section 7: Devices and Inventions
Section 8: Word Search Puzzle #6
Section 9: Word Search Puzzle #7
Section 10: Crossword Puzzle #6

CHAPTER VIII: STAR TREK FIRSTS 216

CHAPTER IX: FAMOUS STAR TREK QUOTES 218

Section 1: Character Identification
Section 2: The Human Condition
Section 3: Allied Aliens
Section 4: Statements By or About Adversaries
Section 5: Situations
Section 6: Philosophy and Culture
Section 7: War and Violence
Section 8: The Lighter Touch

CHAPTER X: GENERAL TRIVIA 234

Section 1: Miscellaneous Information
Section 2: Actors and Their Roles
Section 3: Sets, Props, and Costumes
Section 4: Love on The Enterprise
Section 5: How Many’s
Section 6: Diseases and Contamination
Section 7: Medicine and Diseases
Section 8: Title Trivia
Section 9: Antecedents and Sources
Section 10: The Numbers Game
Section 11: Word Search Puzzle #8
Section 12: Crossword Puzzle #7

CHAPTER XI: STAR TREK HUMOR 254

CHAPTER XII: ERRORS, CONTRADICTIONS,
AND DISCONTINUITY 261






INTRODUCTION

The Classic STAR TREK Trivia Book is written for fun-both mine, and hopefully yours. There are no tricks to answering the questions. All you have to do is watch the various episodes that ran between September, 1966, and June, 1969, and regard their opening and closing credits. You don’t have to be a STAR TREK insider. You don’t have to have access to the show scripts. You don’t have to have connections behind the scenes. And you don’t have to have been a part of the production crew. All you have to do is watch the show! [The only exception to being able to answer without using published information are a few questions that have to do with Emmy nominations and actors/actresses and their fame]. Of course you will have to access your memory banks to remember original airdates, and there are a few questions that deal with the original (provisional) titles, etc.; but not to worry, the exceptions to the rule are very few and far between. Anyway, I’ll bet you can answer the exception questions, nevertheless.

The book is written from a fan’s perspective and since the original STAR TREK program turned millions of viewers into fans…this book is for you!

There are several thousand questions about the starship Enterprise, its crew, Federation personnel, aliens, friends, adversaries, technology, terms, places, planets, weapons, quotes, humor, and scores of other aspects of the STAR TREK universe. You’ll also find a number of word search games, crossword puzzles, and identification matching.

I don’t pretend that I’ve covered every inch of the STAR TREK universe imaginable—such an undertaking would necessitate several volumes. I’m sure there are questions that have been omitted—perhaps you might know several that you might add, but, all in all, the Classic STAR TREK Trivia Book will provide you with hours of relaxation, challenge, and fun! And, when you’re done with it . . . you’ll be a true STAR TREK expert (assuming you are not already!).

So, with that in mind, get ready for warp drive into excitement. And, oh, by the way: Since the questions in this book were compiled using nothing other than viewing the episodes, there might be a contradiction in the spelling of some names, places, planets, or weapons.* While using other previously published sources (for purposes of cross referencing spelling only), I came across several STAR TREK terms that seem to have different spellings depending upon the references used. But, relax, no big deal! Since these questions have been compiled from viewing, if you miss the spelling of a name or place (or term)…to what. We don’t count spelling in this book—if you know the terms phonetically, GREAT! Even listening to some of the dialog over and over again, it is difficult to ascertain exactly what is being said in some instances. Since Paramount Pictures (the owners of everything related to STAR TREK won’t let anyone see the "original stuff" unless they’ve been specifically commissioned by Paramount to join their exclusive [albeit elitist family], the average viewer can’t be expected to be privy to correct spellings, etc. REMEMBER . . . THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU, NOT THE KNOW-IT-ALLS WHO ‘THINK’ THEY ARE REAL EXPERTS!

With that in mind . . . onward then, to boldly go where no person had gone before September 8, 1966—the world of STAR TREK awaits.




JUST FOR FUN

Every STAR TREK fan should be familiar with the opening monologue that is repeated at the beginning of each episode. But, Just a minute ... are you as familiar with the voice-over sequence as you think you are? Test your knowledge with the "Just for Fun" monologue, below. Fill in the missing words from the monologue with the correct response from the corresponding number selections. Bet you will get it right. Bet it will also provide some interesting and humorous entertainment ... Just for fun!

_____1_____ the _____2_____ _____3_____. These are the _____4_____

of the _____5_____ _____6_____. Its _____7_____ year mission: To _____8_____

strange _____9_____ _____10_____ ; to seek out new _____11_____ and

_____12_____ _____13_____ ; to _____14_____ go where _____15_____ _____16_____

has gone _____17_____.

Word Selections

1. Time space Plenum
2. last terminal final
3. adventure escapade frontier
4. travels voyages adventures
5. Starship garbage scow frigate
6. Excalibur Excelsior Enterprise
7. ten five fifteen
8. investigate explore research
9. new old fresh
10. planets worlds star system
11. entities life beings
12. new novel modern
13. societies cultures civilizations
14. meekly bravely boldly
15. no one six
16. persons man humans
17. previously before since the dawn
of time




CHAPTER I
Production

STAR TREK is not a documentary series. It is not real, nor ever will be. As much as some of us would like to think otherwise, Mr. Scott will never beam us aboard the Enterprise for a guided tour of its magnificent facilities. We will never be able to challenge Mr. Spock to a game of three dimensional chess, or experience the exhilaration of the Vulcan Mind Meld. Dr. McCoy will never scan us with his medical tricorder and pronounce us fit for duty, and Captain Kirk will never order us to the transporter room as a member of the landing party to Ceti Omicron III—or any where else! Yet, the fact that so many of us wish that we could beam aboard the U. S. S. Enterprise for a prolonged tour of the galaxy and talk about the crew as though they were close, personal friends demonstrates the ultimate compliment for the series.

The credit for STAR TREK's success does not rest entirely with captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, Mr. Scott, or any other one of the crew aboard the U. S. S. Enterprise, simply due to the obvious fact that they do not exist. Rather, the real heroes and heroines—those who made STAR TREK come alive and radiate with exciting vitality, are the men and women who conceived an idea, nurtured a thought, and transformed a dream into celluloid reality. The writers, producers, directors, creative artists, technicians, and actors and actresses involved with the evolution of STAR TREK share equally in it success.

It could be argued that STAR TREK represents more than simply the sum of its individual parts: It is the essence of what we, as humans, hope and dream for the future. But without the totality of those individual parts, the U. S. S. Enterprise would never have departed its Earth orbital docking station in quest of its bold five year mission.

Most of the questions in this chapter can be answered by watching the STAR TREK episodes and credits. Other questions, although not directly related to the Individual episodes, are of sufficient general interest and importance as to warrant their inclusion in this chapter.

Now it's time to test your knowledge about STAR TREK, its behind the scenes personnel, and on screen actors. Good luck and above all--have fun!

Section I: The Making of Star Trek

1. How many STAR TREK episodes were originally produced for national television?

2. On what day, date, and time did STAR TREK first appear on national network television?

3. On what national television network did STAR TREK first appear?

4. In what weekly time slot did STAR TREK appear during its second year?

5. In what weekly time slot did STAR TREK appear during its third year?

6. Who was the creator of STAR TREK?

7. What was name of the first pilot episode made for STAR TREK?

8. What was the name of the second pilot episode made for STAR TREK?

9. What was unusual about the production of a second series pilot for STAR TREK?

10. What was the name of the first televised episode of STAR TREK?

11. What two motion pictures are generally credited as having influenced Gene Roddenberry's creation of STAR TREK?

12. In which episode could the Voice Over during the opening credits first be heard?

13. For how many Emmy's and in what categories, was STAR TREK nominated during its first year?

14. Who created the Salt Vampire, the Gorn Captain, the parasites in "Operation: Annihilate!," and the Romulan space craft in "Balance of Terror?"

15. What was the name of the last STAR TREK episode produced and aired?

16. On what date did START TREK last appear on national network television during its original run?

17. What company was responsible for developing the transporter effects in STAR TREK?

18. Who was originally cast as the captain of the U. S. S. Enterprise?

19. How long was the Enterprise's mission originally scheduled to last?

20. For how many episodes did the Howard A. Anderson Company create special photographic effects for STAR TREK?

21. For how many episodes did the Cinema Research Corporation create special photographic effects for STAR TREK?

22. For how many episodes did Vanderveer Photo Effects create special photographic effects for STAR TREK?

23. For how many episodes did Film Effects of Hollywood create special photographic effects for STAR TREK?

24. For how many episodes did the Westheimeir Corporation create special photographic effects for STAR TREK?

25. For how many episodes did Modern Film Effects create special photographic effects for STAR TREK?

26. Who wrote the STAR TREK theme song?

27. Who created the costumes for STAR TREK?

28. Who was the make-up director for STAR TREK?

29. Who did the special effects for STAR TREK?

30. Who were the STAR TREK producers during its first season?

31. Who were the STAR TREK producers during its second season?

32. Who was the STAR TREK producer during its third season?

33. Who was the executive producer of STAR 91"REK?

34. Who were the casting directors of the STAR TREK TV series?

35. Who designed the Horta in "The Devil in The Dark," the Mugato in "A Private Little War," and Yarnek in "The Savage Curtain"?

Section 2: Actors and Their Roles

Identify the actors or actresses who played the following roles.

1. Captain James T. Kirk ______________________
2. Mr. Spock ______________________
3. Dr. Leonard McCoy ______________________
4. Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott ______________________
5. Mr. Sulu ______________________
6. Communications officer Uhura ______________________
7. Yeoman Janice Rand ______________________
8. Nurse Christine Chapel ______________________
9. Pavel Chekov ______________________
10. Mr. DeSalle ______________________
11. Mr. Kyle ______________________
12. Mr. DePaul ______________________
13. Mr. Kelowitz ______________________
14. Mr. Farrell ______________________
15. Lieutenant Kevin Riley ______________________
16. Lieutenant Hansen ______________________
17. Mr. Leslie ______________________
18. Mr. Galloway ______________________
19. Recurring Security Guard (unnamed) ______________________
20. Angela Martine-Teller ______________________

Section 3: Writers and Producers

1. How many episodes did Gene L. Coon write or co-write? Name them.

2. How many episodes did D. C. Fontana Write or co-write? Name them.

3. How many episodes did Gene Roddenberry writer or co-write? Name them.

4. How many episodes did Robert Block write or co-write? Name them.

5. How many episodes did Theodore Sturgeon write? Name them.

6. How many episodes did John Meredyth Lucas write? Name them.

7. How many episodes did Jerome Bixby write or co-write? Name them.

8. How many episodes did David Gerrold write or co-write? Name them.

9. How many episodes did Arthur Heinemann write or co-write? Name them.

10. How many episodes did Jean Lissette Aroeste write? Name them.

11. How many episodes did Margaret Armen write? Name them.

12. Which episode did Shari Lewis co-write?

13. What was the only episode written and directed by the same person. Who was that person?

14. How many episodes did S. Bar-David write or co-write? Name them.

15. How many episodes did Stephen Carabatsos write or co-write. Name them.

16. How many episodes did Paul Schneider write? Name them.

17. How many episodes did Oliver Crawford write or co-write. Name them.

18. How many episodes did Art Wallace write. Name them.

19. How many episodes did Stephen W. Kandell write or co-write? Name them.

20. How many episodes did David P. Harmon write or co-write? Name them.

21. Which episode was written by Harlan Ellison?

22. How many women wrote or co-wrote ST episodes?

23. How many different authors wrote or co-wrote the ST episodes?

24. How many episodes did Marc Daniels direct? Name them.

25. How many episodes did Joseph Pevney direct? Name them.

26. How many episodes did Ralph Senensky direct? Name them.

27. How many episodes did Herb Wallerstein direct? Name them.

28. How many episodes did Marvin Chomsky direct? Name them.

29. How many episodes did Herschel Daughterty direct? Name them.

30. How many episodes did Vince McEveety direct? Name them.

31. How many episodes did Judd Taylor direct? Name them.

32. How many episodes did James Goldstone direct? Name them.

33. How many episodes did David Alexander direct? Name them.

34. How many episodes did John Meredyth Lucas direct? Name them.

35. How many episodes did Gerd Oswald direct? Name them.

36. Who directed Part II of "The Menagerie"?

37. How many different individuals directed episodes of ST?


Section 4: Appearances By Characters

In how many episodes did each of the following crew members appear in a principal role?

1. Captain James T. Kirk _____
2. Mr. Spock _____
3. Dr. Leonard McCoy _____
4. Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott _____
5. Communications officer Uhura _____
6. Helmsman Sulu _____
7. Mr. Chekov _____
8. Nurse Christine Chapel _____
9. Yeoman Janice Rand _____
10. Mr. Kyle _____
11. Mr. Leslie _____
12. Unnamed recurring Security officer _____
13. Mr. DeSalle _____
14. Mr. Farrell _____
15. Mr. Kelowitz _____
16. Mr. Galloway _____
17. Mr. Hansen _____
18. Mr. DePaul _____
19. Mr. Riley _____
20. Angela Martine-Teller _____
21. Mr. O'Neil _____

Section 5: Provisional Titles

Match the aired title of these STAR TREK episodes [column A] with the provisional (working) title [column B].

Column A
1. "The Cage" _____
2. "Charlie X" _____
3. "A Piece of The Action" _____
4. "Mudd's Women" _____
5. "Bread and Circuses" _____
6. "The omega Glory" _____
7. "Mirror, Mirror" _____
8. "Court-Martial" _____
9. "This Side of Paradise" _____
10. "Operation: Annihilate!" _____
11. "The Gamesters of Triskelion" _____
12. "Spectre of the Gun" _____
13. "The Paradise Syndrome" _____
14. "The Tholian Web" _____
15. "Plato's stepchildren" _____
16. "That Which Survives" _____
17. "The Cloudminders" _____
18. "The Way To Eden" _____
19. "All our Yesterdays" _____

Column B
a] "The Mirror"
b] "The Gamesters of Pentathlon"
c] "President Capone" and "Mission Into Chaos"
d] "The Way of The Spores"
e] "The Last Gunfight"
f] "The Sons of Socrates"
g] "Joanna"
h] "Survival"
I] "In Essence Nothing"
j] "The Next Cage" and "A Matter of Choice"
k] "The Women"
l] "11100 A. B."
m] "Revolt"
n] "A Handful of Dust"
o] "The Day Charlie Became God"
p] "The Paleface"
q] "Operation: Destroy"
r] "The Coming" and "Mr. Socrates"
s] "Court-Martial on Starbase Eleven"

Section 6: Airdates and Stardates

Match the first season episodes (column A) with their corresponding Airdates (column B) and Stardates (column C.).

Episode AD SD
1. "The Enemy Within" _____ _____
2. "Miri" _____ _____
3. "The Squire of Gothos" _____ _____
4. "The Return of the Archons" _____ _____
5. "A Taste of Armageddon" _____ _____
6. "The Man Trap" _____ _____
7. "Errand of Mercy" _____ _____
8. "Shore Leave" _____ _____
9. "Dagger of the Mind" _____ _____
10. "This Side of Paradise" _____ _____
11. "Arena" _____ _____
12. "Charlie X" _____ _____
13. "Mudd's Women" _____ _____
14. "The Alternative Factor" _____ _____
15. "Space Seed" _____ _____
16. "The City on the Edge of Forever" _____ _____
17. "The Naked Time" _____ _____
18. "The Menagerie, Part I" _____ _____
19. "Court Martial" _____ _____
20. "Tomorrow Is Yesterday" _____ _____
21. "Operation: Annihilate!" _____ _____
22. "The Devil In the Dark" _____ _____
23. "The Conscience of The King" _____ _____
24. "The Corbomite Maneuver" _____ _____
25. "The Galileo Seven" _____ _____
26. "What Are Little Girls Made Of?" _____ _____
27. "Balance of Terror" _____ _____
28. "The Menagerie, Part II" _____ _____
29. "Where No man Has Gone Before" _____ _____


Column B –- Airdates Column C -- Stardates
a. 09-15-66 aa. 1312.4
b. 10-13-66 bb. 1709.0
c. 11-24-66 cc. 1512.2
d. 10-20-66 dd. 1704.2
e. 01-19-67 ee. 2821.6
f. 03-30-67 ff. 2817.6
g. 02-16-67 gg. 2947.3
h. 09-22-66 hh. 1533.6
i. 11-17-66 ii. 3287.2
j. 03-09-67 jj. 3113.2
k. 03-23-67 kk. 3141.9
l. 01-26-67 ll. 3196.1
m. 04-13-67 mm. 2712.4
n. 02-23-67 nn. 2715.1
o. 10-06-66 oo. 3134.0
p. 12-15-66 pp. 1513.1
q. 02-02-67 qq. unknown
r. 03-02-67 rr. 3192.1
s. 11-10-66 ss. 3198.4
t. 02-09-67 tt. 3156.2
u. 10-27-66 uu. 3087.6
v. 04-06-67 vv. 3417.3
w. 12-29-66 WW. 3045.6
x. 11-03-66 xx. 1672.1
y. 01-12-67 yy. 1329.1
z. 12-08-66 zz. 3012.4
@. 01-05-67 @@. 3025.3
#. 09-26-66 ##. 2124.5
*. 09-08-66 **. 2713.5

Match the second season episodes (column A) with the corresponding Airdates (column B) and Stardates (column C).

Episode AD SD
1. "The Changeling" _____ _____
2. "Catspaw" _____ _____
3. "The Gamesters of Triskelion" _____ _____
4. "Metamorphosis" _____ _____
5. "Obsession" _____ _____
6. "Amok Time" _____ _____
7. "The Immunity Syndrome" _____ _____
8. "Friday's child" _____ _____
9. "By Any other Name" _____ _____
10. "The Apple" _____ _____
11. "The Omega Glory" _____ _____
12. "The Trouble With Tribbles" _____ _____
13. "Return to Tomorrow" _____ _____
14. "Who Mourns for Adonais?" _____ _____
15. "Bread and Circuses" _____ _____
16. "Wolf in The Fold" _____ _____
17. "A Piece of The Action" _____ _____
18. "The Doomsday Machine" _____ _____
19. "Assignment: Earth" _____ _____
20. "The Ultimate Computer" _____ _____
21. "The Deadly Years" _____ _____
22. "Patterns of Force" _____ _____
23. "A Private Little War" _____ _____
24. "Journey to Babel" _____ _____
25. "I, Mudd" _____ _____
26. "Mirror, Mirror" _____ _____

Column B - Airdates Column C - Stardates
a. 01-05-68 aa. unknown
b. 09-22-67 bb. 3497.2
c. 11-10-67 cc. unknown
d. 01-19-68 dd. 3468.1
e. 10-06-67 ee. 4768.3
f. 12-22-67 ff. 3715.0
g. 10-20-67 gg. 4523.3
h. 02-16-68 hh. 3478.2
i. 12-08-67 ii. 4202.9+
j. 03-01-68 jj. 3614.9
k. 01-12-68 kk. 2534.0
l. 09-29-67 ll. 4513.3
m. 10-27-67 mm. 3842.3
n. 03-08-68 nn. 4729.4
o. 10-13-67 oo. 4598.0
p. 03-15-68 pp. 3372.7
q. 11-17-67 qq. unknown
r. 02-02-68 rr. 4211.4
s. 02-23-68 ss. 3018.2
t. 09-15-67 tt. 4040.7
u. 12-29-67 uu. 4307.1
v. 12-15-67 vv. 3219.4
w. 03-29-68 ww. 3451.9
x. 12-01-67 xx. 4657.5
y. 02-09-68 yy. 3211.7
z. 11-03-67 zz. 3619.2

Match the third season episodes (column A) with the corresponding Airdates (column B) and Stardates (column C).

Episode AD SD
1. "The Paradise Syndrome" _____ _____
2. "The Mark of Gideon" _____ _____
3. "Is There In Truth No Beauty?" _____ _____
4. "The Cloudminders" _____ _____
5. "The Tholian Web" _____ _____
6." Turnabout Intruder" _____ _____
7. "Wink of An Eye" _____ _____
8. "The Enterprise Incident" _____ _____
9. "Spock’s Brain" _____ _____
10. "The Lights of Zetar" _____ _____
11. "The Empath" _____ _____
12. "The Savage Curtain" _____ _____
13. "Elaan of Troyius" _____ _____
14. "Requiem for Methuselah" _____ _____
15. "Whom Gods Destroy" _____ _____
16. "Day of the Dove" _____ _____
17. "All our Yesterdays" _____ _____
18. "Plato’s Stepchildren" _____ _____
19. "The Way to Eden" _____ _____
20. "Spectre of the Gun" _____ _____
21. "That Which Survives" _____ _____
22. "And the Children Shall Lead" _____ _____
23. "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield" _____ _____
24. "For the World is Hollow
and I Have Touched the Sky" _____ _____

Column B – Airdates Column C - Stardates
a. 09-27-68 aa. 5431.4
b. 12-20-68 bb. 5031.3
C. 06-03-69 cc. 5718.3
d. 10-25-68 dd. 5784.0
e. 02-14-69 ee. 5730.2
f. 10-04-68 ff. 4385.3
g. 01-17-69 gg. 5906.4
h. 11-22-68 hh. 5121.0
i. 01-24-69 ii. 5843.7
j. 11-29-68 jj. 5832.3
k. 02-28-69 kk. 5027.3
l. 11-01-68 ll. unknown
m. 10-18-68 mm. 5928.5
n. 02-21-69 nn. 4372.5
o. 03-14-69 oo. unknown
p. 12-06-68 pp. 5423.4
q. 11-08-68 qq. 5476.3
r. 10-11-68 rr. 5710.5
s. 01-31-69 ss. 5943.7
t. 01-10-69 tt. 5693.4
u. 03-07-69 uu. 5818.4
v. 11-15-68 vv. 5630.7
w. 01-03-69 ww. 725.3
x. 09-20-68 xx. 842.6



Section 7: Word Search Puzzle #1

Find the words/names listed below somewhere within the body of the Word Search Puzzle. They can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal, up or down, and either forward or backward.


C O I F A G B D J A E E L H T
O M P W S N A R U H U M E T P
B G U G A C L T P V L T O E A
K A L O M I O I S F U C N B U
I M J R U T K Q U D S P A A R
R E A H E E H U U Y D B R R M
O S N E L W E C R S S U D A B
K T I R T C H E K O V E M Z A
R E C B C O M L K R T I C A A
I R E E O O L A C X I W C P N
K S R R G Q U A O E N L O S O
T R A T L U C N P G L F Y A D
S U N I E Z A Z S I X Y M X O
E O D S Y F L E R A B E K N A
M K T E L E I D E P R L O T H
A L O I F B E N T R S I P E M
J A N I C E L E S T E R M N O
A T O Z T O D M I R I T A N N
L A E E N P B E M N U H D I A
R L L E P A H C G O K E E K P



Clues for Word Search Puzzle #1


Atoz
Balok
Chapel
Chekov
Elaan
Flint
Gamesters
Herbert
James T. Kirk
Janice Lester
Janice Rand
Kalomi
Khan
Kirok
Kyle
Leila
Leonard McCoy
Mendez
Mira
Miri
Mister Spock
Montgomery Scott
Mudd
Noel
Odona
Oxmyx
Noel
Pike
Riley
Samuel T. Cogley
T’Pau
T’Pring
Uhura
Zarabeth



 

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