Each one of the following 42 sentences has the last name of a president hidden within it. The number of letters in the answer is indicated in parentheses after the sentence. The name can be found by rearranging the letters of adjacent words. Some words are tricky: numbers that may be represented by Roman numerals or words that may sound like letters (for example, "envy" or "bees"). Negative words may subtract a word or words from other words. The meaning of the sentence is a clue -- sometimes rather obscure -- to the name.
Here are a few examples (not about presidents):
Ans.: Conversation.Explanation: Just rearrange the 12 letters of the sentence.
Ans.: Socialist.Explanation: The number 2 can be changed to Roman numerals, and then "ii class to" contains nine consecutive letters that rearrange into "socialist."
Ans.: CIA.Explanation: Take the letters in the word "Americans" and subtract (since the word "without" indicates that letters should be removed) "names r" ("names are") which leaves "ica," which rearranges into the organization of U.S. secret agents, "CIA."
And, so, without further ado, here are the anagrams:
William Paterson University
300 Pompton Road
Wayne, New Jersey 07470