BY JAMES BUCKHAM One day, when the Indian boy Waukewa was hunting along the mountain-side, he found a young eagle with a broken wing, lying at the base of a cliff. The bird had fallen from an aerie on a ledge high above, and being too y... Read more of Waukewa's Eagle at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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THE LEVEL PUZZLE.





(Unicursal and Route Problems)
This is a simple counting puzzle. In how many different ways can you
spell out the word LEVEL by placing the point of your pencil on an L and
then passing along the lines from letter to letter. You may go in any
direction, backwards or forwards. Of course you are not allowed to miss
letters--that is to say, if you come to a letter you must use it.


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