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ATPM 6.12
December 2000


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Trivia Challenge

by Edward Goss,

Match-up Madness

This is the latest in ATPM’s series of Trivia Challenges. Answers to this month’s Trivia Challenge will be found in the next issue of ATPM. If you have any suggestions for future Trivia Challenges, or would like to contribute a Trivia Challenge, please e-mail me.

I’d like to congratulate last month’s Trivia Challenge winner: Ohioan John Jacobs. Your ATPM T-shirt is on the way! This month’s prize of a dynamite ATPM T-shirt goes to the first two correct entries I receive at Individual readers are eligible to win only once every twelve months.

This month’s Trivia Challenge is aimed at the NCAA Basketball junkie. As my favorite time of year swings into action, try to match up the college and university names on the left with their basketball team names on the right, as you take part in:

Trivia Challenge 6.12—Match-up Madness

1. University Of Connecticut      A. Hawkeyes
2. Temple      B. Cardinal
3. Duke      C. Huskies
4. Maine      D. Matadors
5. Boston College      E. Longhorns
6. University Of Nevada, Las Vegas      F. Silverswords
7. Ohio State      G. Terrapins
8. Iowa      H. Runnin’ Rebels
9. Texas      I. Owls
10. Stanford      J. Hurricanes
11. Arizona      K. Buckeyes
12. Chaminade      L. Eagles
13. Maryland      M. Black Bears
14. Miami      N. Wildcats
15. Cal State Northridge      O. Blue Devils

Last Month’s Answers—6.11—VPs If You Please

1. John Adams      F. George Washington
2. Martin Van Buren      C. Andrew Jackson
3. Millard Fillmore      G. Zachary Taylor
4. Chester A. Arthur      A. James A. Garfield
5. Theodore Roosevelt      I. William McKinley
6. Calvin Coolidge      B. Warren G. Harding
7. Harry Truman      H. Franklin D. Roosevelt
8. Richard M. Nixon      E. Dwight D. Eisenhower
9. Lyndon B. Johnson      J. John F. Kennedy
10. Gerald Ford      D. Richard M. Nixon

The Rules

Each question has only one correct answer. The answers are stored in a hermetically sealed envelope guarded by a clever cat named “Kippur” who lives in our house.

This Month’s CD Recommendation

Rollin’ Into Memphis: Songs Of John Hiatt” by various artists. Here’s a fabulous idea that I wish I’d thought of first: Gather a group of the best session musicians you can find, including G. E. Smith on guitars, Paul Ossola on bass, and Dan Hickey on drums. Then invite a truly eclectic group of guest artists including C. J. Chenier, Irma Thomas, Odetta, Chris Smither, Cliff Eberhart, Patty Larkin, and a few others, and let them record their interpretations of songs from the best songwriter in rock music today, John Hiatt. The result is a lovingly recorded testament to their collective talents. My highlights are Chris Smither’s version of “Real Fine Love” and C. J. Chenier’s cover of “Falling Up.” This is a must-own for Hiatt fans, and a real musical odyssey for the uninitiated.

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