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
   
Instead of intersecting answers that can be read down or across, as in a standard crossword puzzle, this puzzle has answers that read inward and outward along the spiral path. You can solve it either using the challenging cryptic puzzle clues just below or by using the standard crossword clues at the bottom of the page. Print this page to work the puzzler, then click here for the solution.


   

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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