Cryptic Puzzle: Who's In Charge

Solve the most recent creation of puzzlemaker John de Cuevas '52

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"Who's in Charge?" solvers
(The first ten are listed in the order their solutions were received, the others alphabetically)

  1. Lewis Gee -- Poway, CA
  2. Doug Kouril --  Arlington, VA
  3. Stan Kurzban -- Chappaqua, NY
  4. Judy Adamski -- Jenison, MI
  5. Wayne Jones  -- Worcester, NY
  6. Rick Kasten -- Alexandria, VA
  7. Jim Christenson -- Port Townsend, WA
  8. Stan Rehm '68 -- Madison, WI
  9. Thomas Wilson -- South Williamsport, PA
  10. Cathy Childs -- Pompano Beach, FL

Al Backiel -- Ridgewood, NJ
Tom Barnet -- Spartanburg, SC
Peggy Bedell -- Northampton, MA
Robert Brown -- Albuquerque, NM
Charles Catania, PhD '61 -- Columbia, MD
Norman W. Davis -- Englewood, NJ
Stan Francuz -- Somewhere in Australia
Warren Fraser -- Marmora, Ontario, Canada
Richard Friedman '71 -- Silver Spring, MD
Michael N. Geselowitz -- Cedarhurst, NY
Al Kahn -- Houston, TX
Eliot Kieval -- NewYork, NY
Richard Letourneau -- Bonita Springs, FL
Daniel J. Milton -- Vienna, VA
Mary Lyndal Nyberg -- Manhattan, KS
Andrew Oakes -- Half Moon Bay, CA
Patrick D. Phillips -- Bainbridge Island, WA
Huw Powell -- Lee, NH
Ned Robert -- Los Gatos, CA
Joe Rogers -- Old Greenwich, CT
Charles J. Rohrmann, Jr. -- Scarsdale, NY
Carolyn Roosevelt -- Cambridge, MA
Mordy Rosen -- Berkeley, CA
Al Sanders -- Fort Collins, CO
Joe Schrader -- Hillsboro, OR
Dexter Senft  -- Bedford, NY
Carolyn G. & Robert M. Smith -- Massena, NY
Donald Stanley -- Littleton, CO
Edward Stejskal -- Raleigh, NC
John Stuelpnagel -- Baltimore, MD
Stephen Throop -- Grover, NC
Steve Tice -- Great Falls, VA
Claire Trazenfeld -- Crownsville, MD
Charlie Varon -- San Francisco, CA
Margaret Webster  -- Medford, MA
Jay Winter -- Farmington Hills, MI

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