Two Clues with Double the Fun This week's on-air puzzle involves two clues that will yield a solution using a seven-letter word and the middle five letters of that very same word. For example, if the first clue is "heavy" and the second ins "a figure that a skater might make," the answeres would be "weighty" and "eight."

## Two Clues with Double the Fun

• Download
• `<iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/9124438/9124445" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player">`
• Transcript
Two Clues with Double the Fun

# Two Clues with Double the Fun

## Two Clues with Double the Fun

• Download
• `<iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/9124438/9124445" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player">`
• Transcript

This week's on air puzzle involves two clues that will yield a solution using a seven-letter word and the middle five letters of that very same word. For example, if the first clue is "heavy" and the second ins "a figure that a skater might make," the answeres would be "weighty" and "eight."

Challenge from March 18: Think of a well-known two-word motto. Say it quickly and it will sound like a different two-word phrase for the result of some auto garage work. What is it?

Answer: Be Prepared. (Beep repaired)

Winner: Sue Grigsby of Everett, Washington.

Challenge from March 25: From Merl Reagle: Take the word, rejuvenate. Add two S's, and rearrange the resulting 12 letters to name a famous person (first and last names). Who is it?