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The Week contest: Stolen youth

This week's question: A 48-year-old woman has pled guilty to fraud after she stole her daughter's identity and used it to enroll in a Missouri college — passing for two years as a typical undergrad and even dating younger men. If a movie studio were to make a comedy about this imposter's college adventures, what should it be titled?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Pillow fight

THE WINNER: "Alma Mother"

Larry Rifkin, Glastonbury, Conn.

SECOND PLACE: "The Graduate II: Here's to You Mrs. Robinson"

Jacqueline Fenley, Fairfield, Conn.

THIRD PLACE: "Freshmom"

Amy Torchinsky, Chapel Hill, N.C.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Mama Cum Fraud"

Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pa.

"Ma-trick-ulation"

Bill Levine, Belmont, Mass.

"Not Without My Daughter's ID"

John Holler, Clearwater, Minn.

"Varsity Ruse"

Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"Ma'am-imal House"

Chris Wilhelmi, Chicago

"Spring Fakers"

Beth Simon, Oakland, Calif.

"The Undergraduate"

Ken Liebman, Williston, Vt.

"Mrs. Robinson, The Undergraduate"

Darren Vian, Halfmoon, N.Y.

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