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Solve the most recent creation of puzzlemaker John de Cuevas '52
E-mail John de Cuevas the revealed phrase. Solvers will be listed below in the order received.
(The first ten are listed in the order their solutions were received, the others alphabetically)
1. Judy Adamski – Jenison, MI
2. Lewis Gee – Poway, CA
3. Itai Pines – Portland, OR
4. Rick Kasten – Alexandria, VA
5. Allan Mayoff – San Felipe, Baja Norte, Mexico
6. Stan Kurzban – Chappaqua, NY
7. Don Coppersmith – Belle Mead, NJ
8. Steve Tice – Great Falls, VA
9. Robert Brown – Albuquerque, NM
10. Carolyn G. & Robert M. Smith – Massena, NY
Backiel – Ridgewood, NJ
Tom Barnet – Spartanburg, SC
Cathy Childs – Pompano Beach, FL
David Coverdale – Bowling Green, KY
Stan Francuz – Somewhere in Australia
Warren Fraser – Marmora, Ontario, Canada
Richard Friedman '71 – Silver Spring, MD
Michael N. Geselowitz – Cedarhurst, NY
Ralph Jones – Aurora, CO
Wayne Jones – Worcester, NY
Daniel J. Milton – Vienna, VA
Mark Navarrete – Quezon City, the Philippines
Mary Lyndal Nyberg – Manhattan, KS
Huw Powell – Lee, NH
Charles J. Rohrmann, Jr. – Scarsdale, NY
Mordy Rosen – Berkeley, CA
Michael Savitz, JD '91 – Newton, MA
Joe Schrader – Hillsboro, OR
Dexter Senft – Bedford, NY
Donald Stanley – Littleton, CO
Edward Stejskal – Raleigh, NC
John Stuelpnagel – Baltimore, MD
Stephen Throop – Grover, NC
Claire Trazenfeld – Crownsville, MD
Margaret Webster – Medford, MA
Thomas Wilson – South Williamsport, PA
Jay Winter – Farmington Hills, MI
Jim Christenson--Port Townsend, WA
Ken Johnson--Springfield, MO
You can find all 35 puzzles published in Harvard Magazine between 1986 and 1998 at John de Cuevas’s website—puzzlecrypt.com—unde
Harvard Puzzles. You will also find additional puzzles and contact information there and can subscribe to his mailing list.
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