DR: Esther & Jeff (80th & Columbus)(BtG: 44)
STRUCK OUT AT THE VERY END W/ $900 LEFT ON THE TABLE
G2: Josh & Rich (Walter Reade Theatre)(BtG: 34)
#1: What mathematical term’s simply defined as a rectangular array of numbers?
#2: What British publication for men officially changed its name to its initials in 1994?
#3: After the THEFT of “The Mona Lisa” in 1911, what iconic Spanish painter was briefly questioned as a suspect?
#4: Called the First Martyr of the American Revolution, Crispus Attucks was a victim of what historic 1770 event?
RLC: Give four of the five grains that go into making matzo.
Wheat, rye, barley & oat– BAILED HERE (Leftover: Smelt)
G3: Noam, Amy, Jennie & Matt (14th between 2nd & 3rd)(BtG: 49)
#1: Because the mouse usually won, Yasser Arafat was reportedly a big fan of what Hanna-Barbera cartoon series?
“Tom & Jerry”
#2: Located in the gorgeous town of Ithaca, what’s the only Ivy League university founded after the American Revolution?
#3: After WWII, what French fashion icon was accused of war crimes related to her affair w/ a Nazi spy?
#4: Called “Finocchio” in Italian, the seeds of what herb are commonly served as a breath freshener at Indian restaurants?
Coriander (A: Fennel)
#1: What tough outer layer of dental tissue DOESN’T regenerate when DAMAGED?
#2: Bill Gates, Queen Elizabeth & Ted Kennedy have ALL received the Order of the Aztec Eagle, a prestigious honor granted by what nation?
#3: What colossal clay creatures are a staple of Jewish folklore?
#4: The opposite of “Plebeian”, what aristrocratic adjective originally referred to the elite families of Ancient Rome?
#1: Named for its distinctive patch of hair, the Silverback’s the adult male of what African mammal?
FQ: When he died in 1975, what speedy Oregonian owned every U.S. running record from 2K to 10K meters?
VB: In these open-air taxis, tourists can fully appreciate the sounds & smells of Southeast Asia. Inspired by the sounds of their two-stroke engines, what’s the repetitive name of these cabs?