Eric Aiese (North L.A.): Media researcher
Paula Spence (Altadena): Art director & designer for TV animation
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
MOVIN’ ON “UP”
Sameer ($1200) jumps to a DD for the $600 Colleges & Universities clue; he’s trailing Paula by $1K & Eric’s 3rd w/ $800. Sameer wagers to tie if correct.
Students on this school’s campus may run into Ben Franklin relaxing on a bench reading a newspaper.
“What is the University of Pennsylvania?”…tied it up at $2200 all. They don’t get to the $200, $800 or $1K The Jeffersons clues.
Sameer: $2200/Paula: $3K/Eric: $800
TECH. TS: $800 (Colleges & Universities)
ATTEMPTED LT: $1800
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $200 (U.S. Geography)
TOTAL LT: $2800
Sameer: $5400/Paula: $1200/Eric: $3400
TERMS FROM ISLAM
FOLLOW THE BUNNY
Sameer ($7400) lands on DD #1 on the $1600 Olympic Site & is $3600 back of Eric; Paula’s at the back of this trio w/ $4400. The champ bets two.
Many countries joined the U.S. in boycotting the 1980 Summer Olympics hosted by this city.
“What is Moscow?”…yes, indeed. Using the $800 Term From Islam Eric (15 large) cops DD #2 & could ice this match if he wants as Sameer’s 2nd w/ nine & Paula’s last w/ eight. A right question to this $3K answer would put Eric closer to doing that.
Sawm is the practice of doing this during Ramadan.
“What is fasting?”…right.
DJ! LT: $5600
Sameer: $11K/Paula: $9600/Eric: $19,200
FJ! #11: ON THE OLD MAP
On the U.N. website’s map of the world in 1945 these two initials of a member state appear 13 times on Continental Africa.
PAULA: “What is G.B.?” ($9597) = $3
SAMEER: “What is C.W.” (BUSTS)
ERIC: “What is NL?” (Correct: What are UK?) = $16,399