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The DTH Crossword Edited by Wayne Robert Williams
1 Moves up and down
5 Act well
11 Police blotter letters
14 Break sharply
15 Silverstone of "Clueless"
16 Remote ctrl. button
17 Gillette blade
18 Subsequent airings
19 Eastern Can. province
20 Common greeting
23 Short, tubular pasta
24 Other finisher
25 Record co.
26 Genus of dogs
31 Sally Field film, "Norma __"
32 Young adult
33 AST part
35 Common greeting
41 Directional suffix
43 Nautical dir.
44 Penn or Connery
47 Of the Arctic
48 PC key
49 Land area
52 Heart chambers
54 Common greeting
59 Birchbark transportation
62 Slender swimmer
64 Abbr. in airport names
65 HST successor
67 Maturing agent
Williams, was premiered in Perth, Scotland, on May
9, 2011, and broadcast on the BBC radio on May
20. Hill retired as professor of music at Bucknell
I.L. “Larry” Graves (’ 63 PhD), 79, of White Stone,
Va.; March 22, 2011. Graves retired as an associate professor in the pathology department at the
Johns Hopkins University. While with Johns Hopkins
Medicine, he spent three years in India as head of a
team investigating viruses. He published numerous
scientific articles and sang in the Handel Choir of
Baltimore and the Chesapeake Chorale. ◆ Donald
Barry Hubbard (’ 63, ’ 64 BSBA), 69, of Chester, S.C.;
April 13, 2011. Hubbard, a CPA, retired as owner of
an accounting firm. ◆ Judith Guild Stewart (’ 63),
80, of Chapel Hill; May 1, 2011. Stewart retired as
a lawyer in Chapel Hill. She worked for the Orange
County Department of Social Services before starting law school. Before enrolling at UNC, she was a
personal secretary for Charles A. Lindbergh and
Anne Morrow Lindbergh. ◆ Jerrald Lynn Townsend
(’ 63 AB), 69, of Gambier, Ohio; Feb. 26, 2011.
Townsend was an ordained Episcopal priest and
licensed counselor. He was president of the Mental
Health America of Knox County and specialized in
counseling people with substance abuse problems.
He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UNC and
belonged to Kappa Sigma.
’ 64 Stephen Allan Rich (’ 64 BSBA) of Chapel Hill will have his Coca-Cola memorabilia collection featured in an
exhibition at the UNC Center for the Study of the
American South Sept. 1-Dec. 31. Story, page 63.
Dr. Wallace Blair Honeycutt (’ 64, ’ 61 BSDEN; ’ 64
DDS), 76, of High Point; May 14, 2011. Honeycutt
practiced dentistry in Statesville until 1999, then
practiced in High Point and Thomasville. He served
in the Airborne Division of the Army. He was a past
president of the GAA’s Carolina Club in Iredell
County. ◆ Gerard Francis Rutan (’ 64 PhD), 76, of
Bellingham, Wash.; March 30, 2011. Rutan was professor emeritus of comparative governments at
Western Washington University, where he was head
of the Canadian studies department. He received
the Canadian Donner Medal for his work in his field.
He was an Army veteran.
1 Youth grp.
2 In a struggle, as wrestlers
3 Peerage estates
7 Take on
8 Line of Hondas
9 Plastics base
10 Bridge positions
11 Strive (toward)
12 Actor Wynn
13 Trues up
21 Military division
22 Authority on card games
23 Gilpin of "Frasier"
27 Very long time
28 Buntline or Beatty
29 Down the middle
33 Cinematic canine
34 Shah's capital
36"The Screens" dramatist
38 Restless desire
40 Org. of court players
44 Flew into a rage
46 Fit for cultivation
50 Fancy cravat
51 Accra location
53 Leg bone
55 Kellogg's competitor
56 Outer banana
57 Caesar's being
61 Abbr. on many cameras
Solution on page 88
’ 65 H. Martin Lancaster (’ 65 AB, ’ 67 JD) of Cary has been made an Honorary Officer of the Most Excellent Order of
the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of his services to the people of Northern Ireland. Lancaster, of counsel with Smith, Anderson,
Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan LLP and former
president of the N.C. Community College System,
provided advice and counsel on developing the
Northern Ireland work force as a member of the
Northern Ireland Employment and Skills Group.
Donald Wesson Batchelor (’ 65 AB), 68, of Merida,
Yucatan, Mexico; March 13, 2011. Batchelor served
in the Peace Corps in West Africa and wrote
Becoming Americans. At UNC, he belonged to
Lambda Chi Alpha. ◆ Raphael Jones (’ 65, ’ 66 AB),
68, of Columbia, S.C.; March 8, 2011. Jones was a