Searching The Maze of Mathematicians
First, unscramble the names of the mathematicians using the clues provided below...then locate them in the letter maze (e.g. horizontally, vertically, diagonally, and perhaps even backwards):
F R E I P A N E R A T O S T H E N E S A
F E X D T F G Z W X D E R V I O M E D R
O L B M O E B I U S S A H D V H D N F C
H P J N L D O K R H B E K O T T I S O H
K E D T E I T L E E G N T C C K O I L I
R K M O M O A F L L H A B R E U M Q T M
I S Z A Y P M E U N L T F D A R U G Y E
B D P D Z H R R E P Z L E U B C K E R D
Q B G W P A E Q U Z O D A O L R S O Z E
A B A S C N F D S F V G O Y N M T E H S
I M L N W T D F H S H L H K N N P Z D O
T A I Y M U Z K A Z E I X R A S W W I U
A O L G X S A R N D L C L C M N G M L Q
P W E T E W O T K G V C K E U M T Q C C
Y F O P C G A U S S J A Y I E K V P U O
H X S K A D C E M Q N N Z R N O T W E N
T M J H G S I F V A G O L D B A C H J E
H P T U H K C L T H A B T G U H V T C Z
B Y L L O R R A C K N I E T S N I E Q O
P R Z I N B I E L D M F R O V R E R U D
Clues for mathematician's names:
 CDEILU  Father of geometry
 SEDSETRAC  Merged algebra and geometry into analytic geometry
 AAGHOPRSTY  Author of right triangle theorem a^{2}+b^{2}=c^{2}
 AGSSU  Prince of mathematicians
 LACSAP  Created magic triangle based on the coefficients of terms in a binomial expansion
 BFFIKROH  Investigated dynamical systems, the fourcolor problem, and number theory
 EEHNORT  Developed the theory of rings
 LERUE  Extended the calculus and gave us the Greek symbol for pi
 ENNOTW  Cofounder of the calculus
 BEILNZ  Cofounder of the calculus
 AKNT  Wrote Critique of Pure Reason
 DDDEEIKN  Developed ideas related to irrational numbers as a "cut" in the real number line
 ROCANT  Developed the theory of sets
 BELOO  Logician who defined new binary operations for algebra
 ACEINOPR  Demonstrated relationship between geometry and physical world
 AENNNUM  Founder of game theory and designer of first electronic computers
 LLIEOAG  Investigated gravity and falling objects
 BCCIIAFON  Prompted adoption of Arabic numerals and wrote Liber Abaci
 DEEIMORV  Investigated probability and imaginary quantities, and developed formula (cos x + i sin x)^{n} = cos nx + i sin nx
 SUNATHPIOD  Worked with linear equations haing only integral roots
 EIPANR  Developed rule of circular parts for spherical trigonometry and invented logarithms
 MIESARCHDE  Estimated pi by inscribing regular polygons in a circle
 PTYMELO  Scientist who needed mathematics to do research
 TLPOA  Scientist who needed mathematics to do research
 EERPKL  Scientist who needed mathematics to do research
 TTSHEEESARON  Developed sieve to find prime numbers
 RREUD  Innvented mechanical means of drawing objects in perspective
 BEISUMO  Constructed topological surface with only one side
 TAEMRF  Differentiated simple algebraic functions to find their maxima and minima
 STINEEIN  Credited with equation E = mc^{2}
 SSKHNA  Calculated pi to 707 decimal places in late 1800s
 LLRROAC  Pseudonymm of Charles Dodgson, a mathematician who wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
 EOZN  Greek whose most famous paradox deals with race between Achilles and the tortise
 GLDBCHAO  Conjectured that every even number is the sum of two primes (e.g. 8 = 5 + 3)
 AAITYHP  Early female astronomer and mathematician who met with a brutal death
Answer:
If you really need the answers, please consult the source...but I think you solve it it on your own.
Source: Adapted from M. Snyder, "Mathematician Maze," Mathematics Teacher, May 1977, pp. 425426
