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April 19, 2000

FORISTELL WOMAN WINS $5,000 IN NEW GAME

A Foristell woman is $5,000 richer after playing the Missouri Lottery’s new "$100K Triple Play" game. Debra Fippf, 39, said she has bought tickets for both drawings, and the second drawing last Friday turned out to be the lucky one. Fippf purchased her winning ticket at Schnucks Market, 10 Wentzville Market in Wentzville, where she is employed as a clerk at the courtesy counter. Fippf let the computer select the winning numbers. They were: 9, 13, 29 and 35. Fippf said if her husband doesn’t need back surgery, they may use the money to take a vacation. To play "$100K Triple Play," players can select four numbers between 1 and 51 in Game 1 or let the computer select the four numbers for that set by choosing "Quick Pick." Then, the computer will automatically "Quick Pick" four numbers for each of the next six sets of numbers. To win, a player can match two, three or four numbers in any of the seven sets of four numbers. Prizes include $2, $2,500, $5,000, $25,000 and $100,000 tax paid. The final drawing for the new limited-time numbers game will be June 30.





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