Faithfully Yours

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Faithfully Yours


Bernhard, Jim, Phi Kappa Phi Forum


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1. Faith __, current country-pop singer

5.__Faith, 1950s-60s easy-listening bandleader

10. Nickname for family member

13. Yours, in Tours

14. Fluid in the veins of Greek gods

15. Bingo relative

16. High time?

17. Lady Jane and Zane

18. Prefix meaning high

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19. Faith __, 1950s B movie star

21. Net

22. "Lusty" month in Camelot

23. Faith __, 1992 Tony Award-winning musical-theater actress

24. Kind of candles or numerals

27. Plus

30. Put away

31. African antelope

32. Word repeated before "pants on fire"

33. Six to eight Cub Scouts

34. Faith __, prolific 20th-century romance novelist

37. Hawaiian for "long"

40. Bargain hunter's quest

41. Blue-roofed breakfast spots, informally

43. Neighbor of Nor.

46. Like some paper and coats

47. "That's What I Like About the __": 1947 Phil Harris song

48. __Faith, 1992 movie with Steve Martin and Debra Winger

50. Broadway director McAnuff

51. Art supporter

52. __Faithfull, English singer-songwriter and former lover of Mick Jagger

57. This, to Teresa

58. "There Is Nothin' Like song from South Pacific

60. __O'Steen, author of Making Heroes of Scholars: The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi 1971-1983

61. Kind of pressure

62. Key or Persian 63. Hawaiian state bird

64. Kind of digital camera (abbr.)

65. Faith __, R&B and hip-hop artist whose memoir is Keep the Faith

66. __Faith, British rock 'n' roll teen idol, late 1950s-early 1960s

Down

1. Ranch worker

2. Poem by Langston Hughes

3. Occupy a commanding position

4. Phi Kappa Phi member Merlin Olsen's defensive role as one of the "Fearsome Foursome"

5. Miss __, Muppet

6. Shade of brown

7. …

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