|In this month's Bell Logic Puzzles, five of the puzzles are by five
new contributors, with each work being a different level of difficulty from
1 to 5 stars. The magazine is laid out so that puzzles appear in order
of difficulty: 1-star puzzles are on pages 1-10, 2-star on 11-20, 3-star
on 21-30, 4-star on 31-40, and 5-star on 41-45. From the clues below, can
you solve this Logic Puzzle Logic Puzzle: on which page of the magazine
each new constructor's effort appears, the puzzle's difficulty rating and
title, and its maker's name?
- The 5-star by a new contributor is on the last page of the magazine.
- "Football Follies" is 23 pages after the Logic by neophyte Lynn Larson.
- Carla Dahl's puzzle is 25 pages after "Kindergarten Kids."
- "The Honeymooners" appears 10 pages ahead of Jack Kimble's first effort.
- The puzzle titled "Treasure Island" is nine pages later in the magazine
than the debut work of another new constructor.
- David Good's first published Logic Puzzle is 12 pages earlier in the
magazine than that of another of the five newbies.
- Ray Winkler's creation is rated one star harder than "Velma and the
Vegematic," which isn't Lynn Larson's puzzle.
- Jack Kimble isn't the one of the five who did "Football Follies."