We received 160 entries correctly identifying April’s Fake Ad for Stornoway Scotch whisky.

Our favorite entry came from someone we hope will never win, for obvious reasons. “The ad is at bottom right corner of page 49, Stornoway 57 Scotch whisky,” wrote Jay Pee. “It’s gotta be some seriously lousy stuff. [The Lions of that era were among] the few NFL teams to lose to the college all stars at Soldier Field. I believe a young running back from Michigan ran very well in that game (Jimmy Pace). Perhaps too much drinking and carousing … but not with imaginary Scotch like Stornoway.”

Many Fake Adders commented on the spelling of “whisky” versus “whiskey,” thinking that perhaps we had made an error. (As if!) Scotch whisky is traditionally spelled without the “e” while other whiskeys, such as bourbon and Canadian rye whiskey, are spelled with the “e.” As always, we aim to educate, as well as entertain.

Our drawing winner is Diane Fenske. She’s taking her prize to Zingerman’s Roadhouse.

To enter this month’s contest, find the fake ad in the May issue and follow the instructions in the box at the bottom of the Back Page. The fake ad always contains the name of last month’s winner in some form.