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Cryptic Puzzle: “10K”

2.15.12

 

“10K” solvers

(Solvers will be listed on this page)

  1. Stan Francuz – Somewhere in Australia
  2. Donald R. Spaulding – Los Altos, CA
  3. Judy Adamski – Jenison, MI
  4. Stephen Throop – Grover, NC
  5. Arnold Reich – Bronxville, NY
  6. Stan Kurzban – Chappaqua, NY
  7. Dave Kaplan – New City, NY
  8. Al Sanders – Fort Collins, CO
  9. Eliot Kieval '84 – New York, NY
  10. Andy Lewis – Berkeley, CA

Al Backiel – Ridgewood, NJ

Tom Barnet – Spartanburg, SC

Robert Brown – Albuquerque, NM

Cathy Childs – Pompano Beach, FL

Eric Chipman – Boulder, CO

Jim Christenson – Port Townsend, WA

Susan Christie – Corvallis, OR

Al Damm – Marshall, WI

Norman W. Davis – Englewood, NJ

Joe Fendel '95 – Berkeley, CA

William Flis – Philadelphia, PA

Warren Fraser – Marmora, Ontario, Canada

Richard Friedman '71 – Silver Spring, MD

Lewis Gee – Poway, CA

Michael N. Geselowitz – Cedarhurst, NY

Peter Green – Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Steve Gunter – Raleigh, NC

Richard Harrison – Portland, OR

Ken Johnson – Springfield, MO

Wayne Jones  – Worcester, NY

Rick Kasten – Alexandria, VA

Richard Letourneau – Bonita Springs, FL

Brian McCrady – Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

Jackie Miller – Everett, MA

Daniel J. Milton – Vienna, VA

Mark Navarrete – Quezon City, the Philippines

Itai Pines – Portland, OR

Huw Powell – Lee, NH

David L. Ratner '52 – Larkspur, CA

Ned Robert – Los Gatos, CA

Jim Robins – Richmond, VA

Joe Rogers – Old Greenwich, CT

Charles J. Rohrmann, Jr. – Scarsdale, NY

Mordy Rosen – Berkeley, CA

Michael Savitz – Newton, MA

Joe Schrader – Hillsboro, OR

Wayne Scott – Jamaica Plain, MA

Dexter Senft – Bedford, NY

Callie and Bob Smith – Massena, NY

Donald Stanley – Littleton, CO

Steve Tice – Great Falls, VA

Margaret Webster  – Medford, MA

Jay Winter – Farmington Hills, MI

 

 

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