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THE THIRTY-SIX LETTER-BLOCKS.





(Chessboard Problems)
The illustration represents a box containing thirty-six letter-blocks.
The puzzle is to rearrange these blocks so that no A shall be in a line
vertically, horizontally, or diagonally with another A, no B with
another B, no C with another C, and so on. You will find it impossible
to get all the letters into the box under these conditions, but the
point is to place as many as possible. Of course no letters other than
those shown may be used.


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