On-air Problem: Here is a “two-part puzzle.” Title two issues, then inform me one thing that’s a part of every of them.
Instance: Ex. The attention / A faculty –> PUPIL
1. An elephant / A automobile
2. A river / Wall Avenue
3. An Olympic swimming pool / A poem
4. The leg / A cattle farm
5. A fish / A put up workplace
6. A fowl / A legislative agenda
7. A peach / The Indianapolis 500
8. The nostril / A ship
9. A plant / A event bracket
10. The hand / A tropical island
11. [triple:] A jack-in-the-box / A spa / The yr
Final week’s problem: This problem got here from listener Theodore Regan, of Scituate, Mass. Title a well-known actor — 4 letters within the first title, 7 letters within the final. You possibly can change the primary letter of the actor’s first title to call a fowl. And you’ll change the primary letter of the actor’s final title to call a mammal. Who’s the actor?
Problem reply: Mark Ruffalo –> lark, buffalo
Winner: Denise DiNoto from Cohoes, N.Y.
This week’s problem: This week’s problem comes from listener Peter Gordon of Nice Neck, N.Y. Consider an individual within the information (5,4). The primary title and final title every have no less than two consonants and two vowels. All of the consonants in every title come initially, and all of the vowels come on the finish. The letter “y” is just not used. Who is that this well-known individual?
If the reply to subsequent week’s problem, submit it here by Thursday, April 29, at 3 p.m. ET. Listeners who submit right solutions win an opportunity to play the on-air puzzle. Necessary: Embrace a telephone quantity the place we will attain you.