<ul><li>Go Ogle 2010 </li></ul><ul><li>SECTION II </li></ul><ul><li>Rules </li></ul><ul><li>Three turns, 25 clues; leading to a phrase of four words. </li></ul><ul><li>Each clue carries one point. The exact word may sometimes be required. </li></ul><ul><li>Bonus of 5 points, divided three ways— 1,3 and 1. </li></ul><ul><li>Points only for full answers. When the number of letters is given, it indicates only the operative term in a possibly longer answer. </li></ul>
5. Turn Two begins. The woods decay, the woods decay .......... Add enough to make it right. “ And fall” would complete this line from Tennyson’s Tithonus, making it an exact line of iambic pentameter. ANS: IAMBIC PENTAMETER
6 . For the answer, perhaps her throat might matter more. ANS: Gertrude “ Gorgeous Gussie ” Moran . Famous for displaying lace panties. Gorgeous, according to some etymologists, comes from the word for throat.
7. When comparisons don’t work. ANS: The term for these confections—chocolate covered with sugar –is NONPAREIL .
8. Who he wrote to, perhaps? ANS: The painting depicts a young Cicero. Among his works is a volume of letters to ATTICUS
9. A question of where, withal. ANS: Pyramid of the Sun in TEOTIHUACAN . Mexico .
10. What’s the sitter? One word! ANS: An INCUBUS , from the Henry Fuseli painting Nightmare
11. Devoted to each other, everywhere. ANS: ULNA , and her husband Radius, in Asterix, and in anatomy.
13. Only the two that are respectful. ANS: Bellini painting based on the incident where Noah discovers wine-making and falls down dead-drunk. JAPHET and Shem are respectful and try to cover him up while Ham behaves disrespectfully.
14. Bit of a delayer. ANS: REMORA / Suckerfish. Derives its name from the Latin word for delay
15. Redskin? ANS: The condition is called ERYSIPELAS
16. The play’s the thing. ANS: IPHIGENIA IN AULIS , the Euripides play based on Agamemnon’s sacrifice of his daughter while leaving for the Trojan War.
17. 1999, 2002, 2006. ANS: The LAMBDA PRIZE for Lesbian fiction went to Sarah Waters thrice; for her books Tipping the Velvet, Fingersmith and The Night Watch.
18. Whatta body. ANS : Lake Natron, Tanzania . The colour results when evaporation pushes salinity levels so high that the cyanobacteria present begin to freak out.
19. Sound chirpy and give me both names. Turn Two ends ANS: Yak Cheese , known locally as Churpi.
20. Turn Three begins. This one occupies the distance between pronoun for yourself and the available verb. (2)
21. Nothing like a little land sometimes. Three letters.
25. From a dromedary? From a sling? Who knows! (1)
<ul><li>26. </li></ul><ul><li>Turn One </li></ul><ul><li>ACORNS </li></ul><ul><li>OFAY—Black term for a White man, possibly derived from a reversal of the word ‘foe’ </li></ul><ul><li>Poster for Haganah—the name would translate to DEFENCE </li></ul><ul><li>CUD </li></ul>
27. Turn Two? The answers form the acrostic IGNATIUS J REILLY
28. Turn 3? 20. FA . Your pronoun for yourself=me; what the man does is sow. The distance between Mi and So is Fa, never mind what Julie Andrews might think. 21. CAY 22 . FENDER. From Leo Fender, automobiles . 23 . COO. The Scottish call this breed of cattle the Highland Coo. 24. NUDES , by Amedeo Modigliani. 25. Two origins for the letter C Explanations in the next slide
28. The answers to Turn One and Turn Three are two separate anagram sets that lead to the John Kennedy Toole novel A Confederacy of Dunces . Acorns Ofay Defence Cud Fa Cay Fender Coo Nudes C Ignatius J Reilly is the hero, so to speak, of the novel. That bit about business quizzers; cheap shot, I know. 1 point for the anagrams 1 point for the acrostic. 3 points for explaining how they all hang together.