|ALDRIN||Born as Edwin Eugene Aldrin, Jr. on January 20, 1930, he later officially changed his first name to Buzz, the nickname his sister gave him.|
|GRASS||The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club currently uses rye, although a combination of rye and fescue was employed until recently.|
|MACDUFF||Macbeth misunderstood the prophecy that he could not be killed by a "man of woman born", as Macduff had arrived in the world through a Caesarean section.|
|ONTARIO||With the Hudson Bay on its north side, the province is sandwiched by water.|
|RIKER||Patrick Stewart and Jonathan Frakes (as Commander William Riker) played the pair from 1987 to 1994.|
|JOHNSON||Federal District Judge Sarah Hughes swore Lyndon Johnson in aboard the presidential airplane on November 22, 1963.|
Quiz Quilt Answer: ARCARO (Diagonally)
Eddie Arcaro was the only jockey to win thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown twice, aboard Whirlaway in 1941 and aboard Citation in 1948.