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Romeo's Second Journey





(THE PROFESSOR'S PUZZLES)

"It was a sheer stroke of luck on your part, Hawkhurst," he added. "Here is a much easier puzzle, because it is capable of more systematic analysis; yet it may just happen that you will not do it in an hour. Put Romeo on a white square and make him crawl into every other white square once with the fewest possible turnings. This time a white square may be visited twice, but the snail must never pass a second time through the same corner of a square nor ever enter the black squares."



"May he leave the board for refreshments?" asked Grigsby.



"No; he is not allowed out until he has performed his feat."





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