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Scripps Spelling Bee Sees First Tie in 52 Years

Two U.S. teenagers have become the first contestants since 1962 to tie for the Scripps National Spelling Bee championship.   Sriram Hathwar of New York and Ansun Sujoe of Texas were declared co-winners late Thursday after six tense, head-to-head rounds.    Fourteen-year-old Hathwar's final word was "stichomythia," which is a type of dialogue in ancient Greek drama.   Sujoe, who is 13, successfully spelled "feuilleton," a French word for a...

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