This week's question: The National Park Service recently tweeted advising park visitors not to "push a slower friend down" if a bear is chasing them. What real or invented term could be used to describe this extreme form of self-preservation?
Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Art dog
THE WINNER: "Ursine Bolt"
Rob Schultz, Los Angeles
SECOND PLACE: "Fleet, Pray, Shove"
Sid Burgreen, Garden City, N.Y.
THIRD PLACE: "Lions and Tigers and Bears: Here's Mike!"
Joe Scott, Indianapolis
Glenn McNichol, Mount Laurel, N.J.
"The Heisman Maneuver"
Daniel Hicks, Randolph, Massachusetts
Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California
Norm Carrier, Flat Rock, N.C.
"A Maul Out of Love"
Hunter Burgan, Los Angeles, California
"BFF (Being the Faster Friend)"
Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, N.Y.
"Stop, Drop the Relationship, and Roll"
Jesse Rifkin, Arlington, Virginia
"Throw Pokey to Smokey"
Jeff Jerome, Northampton, Massachusetts
"The Escape Claws"
Kevin Gillogly, Thousand Oaks, California
"The Code of Shove-lry"
Fran Freeman, Mill Valley, California
John Oberholtzer, West Lafayette, Indiana
"Tag, You're Et"
Leland Fishman, Petaluma, California
"Bear With Thee"
Rosalind Singer, Arlington, Virginia
"Pop Goes the Wheezer"
Nancy Owen-Farrell, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania