Spring 2001, Volume 37, No. 2

Contents

FEATURE
Lives of a Saint

SPECIAL SECTION
Altruism 101
Reach Out!
Venture Catalysts
Sagehens in Paradise

DEPARTMENTS
-Pomona Forum-
Altruism 101
-News Print-
Professor's Philosophy of Life Unshaken

-Pomona Today-
Professor of the Year
Inside the Power Crunch
Rite of Passage
Top Five
Frats with a Difference
Bridge Over the Pacific

-New Knowledge-
The Secrets of the Hydra
-Sports Report-
Dynamic Duos
-Bookshelf-
Getting On
Threshholding
George Moore
-Campaign Update-
American Dreams

ALUMNI VOICES
-Parlor Talk-
Traditions
-Family Tree-
Allen-Lee-Kingman-McDonald
-Alumni Profile-
Casey Trupin '95
-Alumni Puzzler-
Inside-Out

-Back Cover-
Pilgrims' Progress



 

Inside-Out Puzzle By Lynne Willems Zold '67

 


   

C R Y P T I C    C L U E S

INWARD:

  • (1-5) Heads up: tyrant rants at the serfs. Get going!
  • (6-9) Places that confused Tess.
  • (10-16) In sewer as musty as an Old Dutch scholar.
  • (17-24) Short boy rolled around in brothel.
  • (25-29) A dram reversed a thing on a stage
  • (30-33) Folderol: edgy trick.
  • (34-38) Deranged Prospero misses each wild animal track
  • (39-42) Abel forcibly transferred to prison island.
  • (43-46) Catches botom figures.
  • (47-56) Inability to read until lite racy ending.
  • (57-61) Sounds like don is alert.
  • (62-67) Soldier loses a fuse.
  • (68-72) For real estate taxes she initially worries.
  • (73-75) Yucky stuff in carpools.
  • (76-85) 3 4/5 of the Helenistic do change to a pleasure seeker.
  • (86-88) Absorbed anthem oddly.
  • (89-91) Ditto, to send in Morse Code.
  • (92-96) Rejoice, alering the Spanish tux.
  • (97-100) Butts sheep.

OUTWARD:

  • (100-96) Intelligent hobos canŐt pee backwards.
  • (95-92) Upscale soap increases price in the end.
  • (91-88) A change in diet causes water gain or loss.
  • (87-83) Implied in the beginning that Arafat caused IsraelisŐ troubles.
  • (82-80) Kissing some entrails is a forbidden act.
  • (79-77) A lyric poem fulfills good ears.
  • (76-69) Basketball player throws two balls first has strep.
  • (68-65) Comic Stoneage man digs into alfredo.
  • (64-60) Poor gambler is closer but loses $100.
  • (59-56) Gone out.
  • (55-52) Worry: a proofreaderŐs mark wastes time.
  • (51-49) Lit up a sesame plant.
  • (48-45) Tilt a slate.
  • (44-38) Ten able ruffians kidnap helper.
  • (37-34) Sloops lose first two overboard. Oh no!
  • (33-29) Swedish scrubber makes a fool crazy.
  • (28-26) Major losing little woman causes scar.
  • (25-20) Stylishly dressed editor briefly followed a childŐs toy.
  • (19-17) Rip off Reiner.
  • (16-13) Totals: 50 missing in alums.
  • (12-9) Member of Zodiak sacrifices one for God of War.
  • (8-1) Lab animals are oral singers.

 

S T A N D A R D   C L U E S

INWARD:

  • (1-5) Get going!
  • (6-9) Groups.
  • (10-16) Dutch scholar.
  • (17-24) Not a home?
  • (25-29) _______ queen.
  • (30-33) Trip up.
  • (34-38) Wild animal trail.
  • (39-42) Part of famous palindrome.
  • (43-46) Bottom lines.
  • (47-56) Inability to read.
  • (57-61) Alert.
  • (62-67) Fuse metal.
  • (68-72) Worries.
  • (73-75) Yuck!
  • (76-85) Pleasure oriented.
  • (86-88) Corroded.
  • (89-91) Dot in Morse Code.
  • (92-96) Rejoice.
  • (97-100) Male sheep

OUTWARD:

  • (100-96) Intelligent.
  • (95-92) Upscale.
  • (91-88) Ebb or neap.
  • (87-83) Unspoken.
  • (82-80) Major no-no.
  • (79-77) Lyric poem.
  • (76-69) Basketball player.
  • (68-65) A Flintstone.
  • (64-60) Not a winner.
  • (59-56) Gone
  • (55-52) Be concerned.
  • (51-49) Sesame plant.
  • (48-45) Tilt.
  • (44-38) Abettor.
  • (37-34) Oh no!
  • (33-29) Scrubber.
  • (28-26) Scratch.
  • (25-20) All _______ up.
  • (19-17) Steal.
  • (16-13) Totals.
  • (12-9) God of war.
  • (8-1) Lab animals.

 

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