Answers to the games will appear in the next issue
This month we offer TWO cryptograms - a really hard one and a regular one. Are you ready? Here is the hard one!
Qnufq, otv tva om' Ovbbvna wbaj,
Qnufq, otve Wxyna tvq vrfai baj,
Oabnuea fva kax huxk waj,
Ux fva cmnfuxma.
(Hint: it is in Scots and so the spelling is not standard English)
This one is a shade easier (maybe)!
W zwh wexkwnhday bndq qnfdjgu zwu, nh fjza gaflaed, ma fwny dj qwra cnray vgjz dqa maonhhnho jv dqa bjgcy, why dj qwra maah zwpnho ejhdnhkwc wyyndnjhf dj qnf fdjep jv phjbcayoa nh aragu eahdkgu.
Jv Dqa Fdkyu Jv Qnfdjgu
SOLUTION TO LAST MONTH'S CRYPTOGRAM
THIS MONTH'S QUIZ
This month's quiz deals with Scottish inventors. Let's see what can of answers you can "invent"!
SCOTTISH INVENTORS QUIZ
(family names will do)1. What instrument maker at the University of Glasgow (born in Greenock, Renfrewshire) made significant modification to the Newcomen steam engine that brought about major changes in the Industrial Revolution?
2. What Scottish inventor created the world's first practical, publicly demonstrated television system
3. What Edinburgh born inventor did pioneering work with sound transmission, learned the Mohawk language and was made an honorary chief?
4. What is the surname only of the inventor of the pneumatic tire?
5.Who was first to invent and patent the electric clock and installed the railway telegraph lines between Edinburgh and Glasgow.
ANSWERS TO LAST MONTH'S QUIZMovie Quiz (in honor of the film festival)