To Solve This Puzzle, You Must Name A Person Of Fame Puzzlemaster Will Shortz challenges Daniel Rosenblum and NPR's Rachel Martin to a celebrity quiz in this week's puzzle.

#### To Solve This Puzzle, You Must Name A Person Of Fame

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To Solve This Puzzle, You Must Name A Person Of Fame

# To Solve This Puzzle, You Must Name A Person Of Fame

#### To Solve This Puzzle, You Must Name A Person Of Fame

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On-air challenge: For each word given, name a famous person, past or present, whose name contains it. In each case, the word will bridge the first and last names. The dividing point is for you to discover.

For example: SWILL —> Venus Williams

Last week's challenge: Name a common household item in six letters, change the middle two letters to a P, as in Peter, and you'll get the five-letter last name of a famous person who professionally used that item. What's the item, and who's the person? So again, a common household item, six letters, change the middle two letters to a P and you'll get the five-letter last name of a famous person who professionally used that item. What's the item and who's the person?