1.Z was originally a student of architecture but in 1850 he, along with the famous chemist Justus von Liebig, testified at the murder trial of a young maid accused of killing her mistress by setting her body afire. Initially, it was thought that the death of the woman was caused by 'spontaneous combustion' which occured by the victim drinking too much alcohol. Liebig testified that the woman would have died of alcohol poisoning well before she could have drank enough to make her flammable. Z then testified, positively identifying a distinctive ring found in the maid's possession as being the same ring which belonged to the dead woman. What was so distinctive about this ring?. This design would later inspire Z to make one of the most path breaking postulations in science. Who is Z?
Flipper <ul><li>Clarence Grimmett Guy who invented the flipper </li></ul><ul><li>Magnus. Flipper is based on the Magnus Effect. </li></ul>
5. Map of Brittany, France, aka Little Britain. Alberto Aleandro X obtained French citizenship in 1934, and during World War II, the teenaged X left Paris and spent a year in Brittany, where he worked on a farm and helped with his father's furniture business. Many years later, when a location for L 's village was to be decided,Y left the decision entirely up to X, who showed little hesitation in choosing Brittany.Who is L ?
10.Company Y was founded by the merging of 2 companies in 1939. They were: 1.> Tanaka Seizosho, Japan's first manufacturer of telegraph equipment and established by Hisashige Tanaka in 1875. In 1904 it's name was changed to Shibaura Seisakusho. For the next 30 years, the company became a major producer of heavy electrical machinery to aid Japan's industrial rise 2.> Hakunetsusha was stablished in 1890 and was Japan's first producer of incadescent electric lamps. It diversified operations and in 1899 was renamed Tokyo Denki(Tokyo Electric) The merger of the two companies yielded a new company which was christened Tokyo Shibaura Denki. What name do we know it by today?
11.Wernher von Braun(regarded as the "Father of the US Space Program") was a German rocket physicist and astronautics engineer, and the central figure in Germany's pre-World War 2 rocket development program. He was responsible for the realization of the deadly V-2 combat rocket during World War 2. Following the war, he was taken to the USA as part of Operation Overcast.In 1955 he became a US citizen and later joined NASA's Marshall Space Flight Centre as Director. His most famous accomplishment was the design of the X launch vehicle, which propelled the Apollo 11 crew to the moon in '69. X please.
12. This random video is a song from a 1988 Hindi movie called Om Dar Badar. It was directed by Kamal Swaroop. This sequence served as an inspiration for something very popular and recent. something, please.
One More LVC <ul><li>10 slides </li></ul><ul><li>Non-exhaustive list </li></ul><ul><li>Points/negatives mentioned on each slide </li></ul><ul><li>Think about how the following started out </li></ul>
Sequoia Capital <ul><li>Sequoia Capital is the venture-capitalist firm which lent the initial startups for all the above companies, as well as a whole lot more companies. </li></ul>
14. "X Y" is slang for a used paper match split to hold a marijuana joint that has been smoked too short to hold without burning the hands - an improvised roach clip. An urban legend claims this was the origin of the band's name, but band member Jorma Kaukonenwas quoted as saying: 'I had this friend in Berkeley who came up with funny names for people. "His name for me was Blind Thomas X Y (for blues pioneer Blind Lemon X). When the guys were looking for band names and nobody could come up with something, I remember saying, 'You want a silly band name? I got a silly band name for you!' Which band?
15.” Two thousand years ago the proudest boast was civis Romanus sum [I am a Roman citizen]. Today, in the world of freedom, the proudest boast is 'Ich bin ein Berliner'… All free men, wherever they may live, are citizens of Berlin, and, therefore, as a free man, I take pride in the words 'Ich bin ein Berliner!‘ ” Who said this?
16.Georgism, named after Henry George (1839-1897) is an economic ideology that holds that everyone owns what they create, but that everything found in nature, most importantly land, belongs equally to all humanity. Georgism has also been synonymous with a single tax on land. To quote George : "We must make land common property." Although this could be done by nationalising land and then leasing it out, George preferred taxing unimproved land value.With the revenue from this "single tax", the state could avoid having to levy any other type of tax. In 1904, a Quaker woman named Elizabeth J. Magie Phillips invented X through which she hoped to be able to explain the single tax theory. After being rehashed several times over the next decades, Charles Darrow came up with the definitive version of X, called Y, by which we all know it today. Y please?
17. XY scion of Y Enterprises, a multi-billion dollar group, the industrial conglomerate founded in 1933, which has interests in agro-chemicals, tobacco, tea and beverages, education, entertainment etc. He also sits on the board of Godfrey Philips, a tobacco companies. Despite his current fame, XY has a very dubious past. In 1985 he was charged and pleaded guilty to possession of 400 grams of cocaine, assault and kidnapping while studying Duke University, USA. He pleaded guilty on all charges and was sentenced to two years in prison. However, he did not serve any prison time and came back to India in 1986 after being released on probation. In 2007 a PIL was filed in Mumbai High court challenging his position in Z on pretext of his criminal history. Though the court refused to unseat him, it asked the Z “ to implement stringent regulatory measures so that those involved in criminal cases, not just illegal drugs but other serious charges have no place in administration".
The term X has become idiomatic as something that is a critical key to a process of decryption or translation of a difficult problem: The X of immunology and "Arabidopsis, the X of flowering time (fossils).An algorithm for predicting protein structure from sequence is named X@home. In molecular biology, a series of X bacterial cell lines have been developed that contain a number of tRNA genes that are rare in E. coli but common in other organisms, enabling the efficient translation of DNA from those organisms in E. coli. X is the name of a "lightweight dynamic translator" distributed for Mac OSX by Apple. It enables applications compiled for a RISC processor to run on Apple systems using a CISC (x86) processor. X is the brand of a language learning software limited corporation headquartered in Arlington, VA, USA. X?
X (Ríonegro, Colombia, December 1 of 1949 - Medellín, December 2 of 1993), gained world infamy as a Colombian drug lord and became so wealthy from the drug trade that in 1989 Forbes magazine listed him as the seventh richest man in the world. X began his criminal career while he was still in school by stealing tombstones and selling them to smugglers from Panama. He also allegedly stole headstones from graveyards and sold them in other villages of the department of Antioquia (this allegation has never been proven). When he was a teenager he began to steal cars from the streets of Medellín. He became involved in other rackets which led him to become a powerful figure in the area. He eventually got into the cocaine business and began building an enormous drug empire during the 1970s, which eventually became known as the Medellín Cartel. In 1992 United States Delta Force operators (and later Navy SEALs from SEAL Team Six) joined the all-out manhunt for X. They trained and advised a special Colombian police task force, known as the Search Bloc, which had been created to locate X. X died on December 2, 1993 after he was cornered by Search Bloc personnel. X is also depicted in the 2001 film Blow in which X played by Cliff Curtis, becomes a business contact of the main character George Jung. X?
<ul><ul><li>One theory of origin is that Y relates to the destruction of X by Olaf II of Norway in 1014 (alternatively cited as 1009). Reportedly Olaf I of Norway also burned the X during raids in England during the 980s, the X was also destroyed by a tornado in 1091 and burned in 1136. Y is said to derive from a Old Norse original by Óttarr svarti, quoted in Heimskringla . The Online Medieval & Classical Library gives this translation for the section 12. The Sixth Battle of Saga of Olaf Haraldson: Part I in Heimskringla: </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>X is broken down. — </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Gold is won, and bright renown. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Shields resounding, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>War-horns sounding, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Hild is shouting in the din! </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Arrows singing, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Mail-coats ringing — </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Odin makes our Olaf win! </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Y Yentha? </li></ul></ul>
In the movie Y, X explains the origins of his nickname: he gets stuck with "every _____ job that comes along.“ X has little use for many of the official rules of police conduct, dismissing them as "red tape" and loathes the court system that lets the criminals get away with their crimes. For X, everything is black and white: there are good guys and there are bad guys, and the bad guys must be punished. This creates a conflict between X and the court systems, which frequently causes a vicious cycle: he catches bad guys, the courts release them because he did not comply with procedure, he must catch them again. X adheres absolutely to his own code of ethics. He is completely incorruptible, is devoted to protecting and avenging the victims of violent crime and when pursuing criminals, tries to minimize the danger for innocent bystanders as much as possible. Even so, his fight against criminals is ferocious and merciless and he shows no hesitation or remorse at killing them. He is routinely depicted in virtually all of the films as being a superb marksman and formidable hand-to-hand combatant. X?
X (March 19, 1906–May 31, 1962), sometimes referred to as "the architect of the Holocaust", was a Nazi and SS - Obersturmbannführer (equivalent to Lieutenant Colonel). Due to his organizational talents and ideological reliability, he was charged by Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich with the task of facilitating and managing the logistics of mass deportation of Jews to ghettos and extermination camps in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe. After the war, he travelled to Argentina using a fraudulently obtained laissez-passer issued by the International Red Cross and lived there under a false identity working for Mercedes-Benz until 1960. He was captured by Israeli Mossad operatives in Argentina and tried in an Israeli court on fifteen criminal charges, including crimes against humanity and war crimes. He was convicted and hanged in 1962.
The first recorded use of the test was the trial of Peter von Hagenbach in 1484. Peter von Hagenbach was a soldier in the service of the the Holy Roman Emperor of the time, Charles the Bold. However, in that matter, Peter von Hagenbach was executed by the tribunal created out of the various victims of his crimes. The next recorded usage of the doctrine was the German Military Trials that took place after World War I. One of the most famous of these trials was the matter of Lieutenant Karl Neumann, who was a U-Boat Captain responsible for the sinking of the Hospital ship, the Dover Castle. Even though he frankly admitted to having sunk the ship, he stated that he had done so on the basis _____________ and as such, he could not be held liable for his actions. The Leipsic Supreme Court acquitted him, accepting the defense of X as a grounds to escape criminal liability One of the most noted uses of this defense was by the accused in the Nuremberg Trials, such that it is also called the Nuremberg Defense. However, it has been used both before and after the Nuremberg Trials. It was during these trials, under the London Charter of the International Military Tribunal which set them up, that the defense was no longer considered enough to escape punishment; merely enough to lessen punishment.
<ul><li>X (March 19, 1848–January 13, 1929) was an American farmer, teamster, sometime buffalo hunter, officer of the law in various Western frontier towns, gambler, saloon-keeper, miner and boxing referee. He is best known for his participation in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, along with Doc Holliday, and two of his brothers, Virgil and Morgan. X has become an iconic figure in American folk history. He is the major subject of various movies, TV shows, biographies and works of fiction. </li></ul><ul><li>Films and television series portraying the X legend: </li></ul><ul><li>Frontier Marshal (1934 and 1938). </li></ul><ul><li>Tombstone, the Town Too Tough to Die ( 1942 ). </li></ul><ul><li>My Darling Clementine (1946) starring Henry Fonda. </li></ul><ul><li>Wichita (1955)–Starring Joel McCrea. </li></ul><ul><li>The Life and Legend of X (1955–1961)–television series starring Hugh O'Brian as X </li></ul><ul><li>Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)–Starring Burt Lancaster. </li></ul><ul><li>Hour of the Gun (1967)–Starring James Garner </li></ul><ul><li>Doc (1971) with Harris Yulin as X </li></ul><ul><li>Tombstone (1993)–Starring Kurt Russell. </li></ul><ul><li>X (1994)–Starring Kevin Costner. </li></ul><ul><li>Shanghai Noon (2000) - A movie not about X, but at the end Owen Wilson's character admits that his real name is X, once he becomes a marshal. </li></ul><ul><li>X? </li></ul>
Robert Franklin Stroud, better known as the X, was a federal prisoner. In 1908,He was given 12 years for manslaughter in the Puget Sound Federal Penitentiary. After assaulting a hospital orderly in September 1912, he was transferred to the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas, where he stabbed and killed a guard in the prison cafeteria. He was sentenced to death, but in 1920, President Woodrow Wilson commuted his sentence to life in prison without parole. While in Leavenworth, he found an injured sparrow in the prison yard and kept it, caring for it. Obtaining permission to have the birds, he switched to canaries, which he would sell for supplies. The warden, believing in progressive rehabilitation, furnished Stroud with cages, supplies and stationery for his aviary. Stroud would write two books, “Diseases of Canaries” and “Stroud’s Digest to the Diseases of Birds,” gaining respect for his abilities and observations in the bird field. When prison authorities discovered some of his bird equipment was being used to make alcohol, he was transferred to Y, where he spent the next 17 years. Despite his portrayal as a mild mannered and humane person by Burt Lancaster in the movie X(1962), he was often violent, had a fierce temper, and was difficult to control. X?
X (319-272 BC) was a Greek general of the Hellenistic era. He was king of the Greek tribe of Molossians, of the royal Aeacid house (from ca. 297 BC), and later he became King of Epirus (306-302, 297-272 BC) and Macedon (288-284, 273-272 BC). He was one of the strongest opponents of early Rome. He is the subject of one of Plutarch's Parallel Lives . While he was a mercurial and often restless leader, and not always a wise king, he was considered one of the greatest military commanders of his time. Plutarch records that Hannibal ranked X as either the greatest or the second greatest commander the world had seen (after Alexander the Great if the second version of the tradition is followed). X was also known to be very benevolent. As a general X‘s greatest political weaknesses were the failure to maintain focus and the failure to maintain a strong treasury at home (many of his soldiers were costly mercenaries). His name is famous for the phrase Y which refers to an exchange at the Battle of Asculum. The battle, though successful, cost him heavy losses, from which the term Y was coined. In response to congratulations for winning a costly victory over the Romans, he is reported to have said: "One more such victory will undo me!”
People killed at Munich in the Olympic Games in 1972
The Silver Spring monkeys were seventeen macaque monkeys living inside the Institute of Behavioral Research in Silver Spring, Maryland, who became what one writer called "the most famous lab animals in history." They came to public attention as a result of a bitter ten-year battle between scientists, animal advocates, politicians, and the courts over whether to use in the animals in research or release them to a sanctuary. Within the scientific community, the monkeys are known for their role in research that led to the discovery of neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain to remap itself, regarded as one of the most exciting discoveries of the 20th century. The monkeys had been used as research subjects by Edward Taub, a psychologist, who had cut afferent ganglia that supplied sensation to the brain from their arms and legs, then used restraint, electric shock, and withholding of food to force them to use the limbs they could not feel. In the summer of 1981, Alex Pacheco of the animal-rights group X, founded a year earlier, began working undercover in the lab, and he alerted police to what was widely deemed to be the monkeys' unacceptable living conditions. Police raided the Institute and removed the monkeys, during the first such raid in the U.S. against an animal researcher. Taub was charged with 113 counts of animal cruelty and six of failing to provide adequate veterinary care. He was convicted on six misdemeanor counts, sending a chill through the animal research community, though the convictions were overturned on appeal. The National Institutes of Health initially judged that the laboratory was "grossly unsanitary," and suspended his funding, though this was also later reversed.
X originally read XLAND, and its purpose was to advertise a new housing development in the hills above the X district . H.J. Whitley had already used a sign to advertise his development Whitley Heights, which was located between Highland Avenue and Vine Avenue. He suggested to his friend Harry Chandler, the owner of the Los Angeles Times , that the land syndicate in which he was involved make a similar sign to advertise their land. Real estate developers Woodruff and Shoults called their development Xland and advertised it as a "superb environment without excessive cost on the X side of the hills.” The Crescent Sign Company was hired to do the project. X?
“ My conscience tells me clearly and certainly that I cannot prolong the bad dreams that continue to reopen a chapter that is closed. My conscience tells me that only I, as President, have the constitutional power to firmly shut and seal this book. My conscience tells me it is my duty, not merely to proclaim domestic tranquility but to use every means that I have to insure it. I do believe that the buck stops here, that I cannot rely upon public opinion polls to tell me what is right. I do believe that right makes might and that if I am wrong, ten angels swearing I was right would make no difference. I do believe, with all my heart and mind and spirit, that I, not as President but as a humble servant of God, will receive justice without mercy if I fail to show mercy. Finally, I feel that X and his loved ones have suffered enough and will continue to suffer, no matter what I do, no matter what we, as a great and good nation, can do together to make his goal of peace come true. Now, therefore, I, Y, President of the United States, pursuant to the pardon power conferred upon me by Article II, Section 2, of the Constitution, have granted and by these presents do grant a full, free, and absolute pardon unto X for all offenses against the United States which he, X, has committed or may have committed or taken part in during the period from July (January) 20, 1969, through August 9, 1974.” X?
Name Date Added Number on the list Victor Manuel Gerena May 14, 1984 #386 Glen Stewart Godwin December 7,1996 #447 Y June 7, 1999 #456 James Joseph "Whitey" Bulger, Jr. August 19, 1999 #458 Robert William Fisher June 29, 2002 #475 Jorge Alberto Lopez-Orozco March 17, 2005 #480 Emigdio Preciado, Jr. March 14, 2007 #485 Alexis Flores June 2, 2007 #487 Jason Derek Brown December 8, 2007 #489 Edward Eugene Harper November 29, 2008 #491
Dennis Hwang, or Hwang Jeong-mok is a graphic artist. Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, he moved to Korea when he was about five years old. His hometown was Gwacheon where he had a very normal childhood. He went through public schools, spending six years at Gwacheon Elementary School and two years at Munwon Middle School, before returning to Knoxville and graduating from Bearden High School. Hwang was awarded an Appalachian Arts Fellow Award at World's Fair Park by then-mayor Victor Ashe. Ashe proclaimed, "Mr. Hwang's work is impressioned hundreds of millions of times each week, and reaches all corners of the globe. He is arguably Knoxville's most persistent artist.“ Claim to fame?
X (AD 37 – c. 100),also known as Titus Flavius X, was a first-century Jewish historian and apologist of priestly and royal ancestry who survived and recorded the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70. His works give an important insight into first-century Judaism. X's two most important works are The Jewish War (c. 75) and Antiquities of the Jews . The Jewish War recounts the Jewish revolt against Rome (66–70). Antiquities of the Jews recounts the history of the world from a Jewish perspective. These works provide valuable insight into first century Judaism and the background of early Christianity. The works of X provide crucial information about the First Jewish-Roman War and are also important literary source material for understanding the context of the Dead Sea Scrolls. However, we know him for a completely different reason. X?
The X were an English-American theatrical family of the 19th century. Its most famous and infamous members were Edwin X, one of the leading actors of his day, and Y. The patriarch was Junius Brutus X, a London-born lawyer's son who eventually settled on a stage career, where he found success. Junius brutus was named for Marcus Junius Brutus, one of the lead assassins of Julius Caesar. He inculcated his sons with both a love for the stage and an anti-authoritarian streak, deliberately naming his youngest son after English rebel Z. He emigrated to America in 1821, settled in Harford County near Baltimore, built a still existing house in 1847 naming it "Tudor Hall", and started a family with his mistress. The most famous living member of this family is perhaps Cherie Blair who is a descendant of Junius’ brother Algernon. X?
The X is a basic element of military strategy which has been used, to some extent, in many wars, and is considered to be the consummate military maneuver, executed by Hannibal at the Battle of Cannae in 216 BC, over 2,200 years ago. This maneuver was also later effectively used by Khalid ibn al-Walid at the Battle of Walaja in 633 AD, Field Marshal Carl Gustav Rehnskiöld at the Battle of Fraustadt and by Daniel Morgan at the Battle of Cowpens over 1,100 years later. An earlier form of X was also described by the Chinese military theorist Sun Tzu in the 6th century BC, and possibly used at the Battle of Marathon in the 5th century BC.Hannibal's X at the Battle of Cannae in 216 BC is viewed by military historians as one of the greatest battlefield maneuvers in history, and is cited as the first successful use of the X to be recorded in detail. The flanks of the opponent are attacked simultaneously in a ______ motion after the opponent has advanced towards the center of an army which is responded by moving its outside forces to the enemy's flanks, in order to surround it. At the same time, a second layer of _______ attacks on the more extreme flanks, so as to prevent any attempts to reinforce the target unit. X?
Rules <ul><li>11 French Commemorative Euro coins to help you get started. </li></ul><ul><li>Subjects are famous stories / books / novels / fairytales / etc. </li></ul><ul><li>+2 for getting each correct. </li></ul><ul><li>+3 for getting ALL correct. </li></ul>
<ul><li>1. An account of a nightmare of Andrei Bumblowski: </li></ul><ul><li>I dreamt that I was in Hell, and that Hell is a place full of all those happenings that are improbable but not impossible. The effects of this are curious. Some of the damned, when they first arrive below, imagine that they will beguile the tedium of eternity by games of cards. But they find this impossible, because, whenever a pack is shuffled, it comes out in perfect order, beginning with the Ace of Spades and ending with the King of Hearts. There is a special department of Hell for students of probability. In this department there are … … … … … … … … … … … … … … </li></ul>
PORTION BLANKED OUT <ul><li>I dreamt that I was in Hell, and that Hell is a place full of all those happenings that are improbable but not impossible. The effects of this are curious. Some of the damned, when they first arrive below, imagine that they will beguile the tedium of eternity by games of cards. But they find this impossible, because, whenever a pack is shuffled, it comes out in perfect order, beginning with the Ace of Spades and ending with the King of Hearts. There is a special department of Hell for students of probability. In this department there are many typewriters and many monkeys. Every time that a monkey walks on a typewriter, it types by chance one of Shakespeare's sonnets. </li></ul>
<ul><li>2. No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friend's or of thine own were: any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know X; __ _____ ___ ____. </li></ul><ul><li>Among other things, X was also the first colour film that Ingrid Bergman starred in. X is also the name of a famous American book. </li></ul><ul><li>Id X. </li></ul>
“ If I should die, think only this of me: That there's some ______ __ _ _______ _____ That is for ever England. There shall be In that rich earth a richer dust concealed; A dust whom England bore, shaped, made aware, Gave, once, her flowers to love, her ways to roam, A body of England's, breathing English air, Washed by the rivers, blest by suns of home. And think, this heart, all evil shed away, A pulse in the eternal mind, no less Gives somewhere back the thoughts by England given; Her sights and sounds; dreams happy as her day; And laughter, learnt of friends; and gentleness, In hearts at peace, under an English heaven.” The above is a famous sonnet by Ruipert Brooke. A famous sports book takes its name from the above sonnet. Id the book. / Fill in the blanks.
4. Laszlo is a Hungarian teacher. He believed that “geniuses are made, not born”. He wrote a book Nevelj zsenit! And advertised for a wife who would help him carry out his experiment. He found a wife in Klara, another schoolteacher in Ukraine. An early result of the ‘experiment’ resulted when the couple’s four-year-old daughter, Zsusa won a Budapest competition for girls under eleven at age 4. Zsusa would go on to become a world champion, and even though she has been in retirement for about a decade, she remains the 3 rd best player of all-time. Id the family. / Giver the common surname. / Id the most famous member of the family.
The Polgars <ul><li>Zsusa Polgar was the eldest of the Polgar Sisters. </li></ul><ul><li>The Polgars are the most famous chess-playing siblings in the world. </li></ul><ul><li>The youngest of them, Judith Polgar is the world’s highest rated woman chess player, followed by Koneru Humpy of India, and her sister Zsusa. </li></ul><ul><li>The middle sister, Zsofia also plays chess, but is not as famous as her elder and younger sister. </li></ul>
As an illustrator, he has illustrated several books, such as centenery editions of Z’s works, as well as a posthumous work of Z, published in 2006, called X . He won the Kate Greenway Medal for illustration in 1993, for Black Ships Before Troy . Other books he has illustrated include Lavondyss , by Robert Holdstock The Mabinogion , by David Day The Mirrorstone , by Michel Palin The Moon’s Revenge , by Joan Aiken Merlin Dreams , by Peter Dickinson As a concept artist, he won an Oscar in 2004 for his work in the movie Y . He has also done concept art for films like Legend , Erik The Young , and King Kong (2005). Id X AND Y. 5. Alan Lee is an illustrator and Oscar-winning concept artist.
8. X was an American businessman and attorney. In 1885, he went to South Dakota, to check the deeds to properties for an Eastern mining company owned by James Wilson. One day he was returning to headquarters of the Harney Peak Consolidated Tin Co., Ltd., located at Pine Camp. With him were a local business man, and William W. Challis, a prospector and guide. As they neared a famous place, X turned to Challis and asked its name. Challis jestingly replied: "Never had any but it has now - we'll call the damn thing X." The United States Board of Geographic Names officially recognized the name in June 1930. The place X and Challis saw eventually became famous after a famous project that began in 1927. Id X and his claim to fame.
So named due to Seven Wonders of the World <ul><li>King Kong was exhibited as the ‘Eighth Wonder’ of the World. </li></ul><ul><li>The comic is the cover of 9 th Wonders! the comic drawn by Isaac Mendez. The wonders here are the people with abilities in Heroes . </li></ul>
10. On the night of April 14, Cyril Evans attempted to send a message to Jack Phillips. Phillips was at the time busy trying to handle a large number of requests to and from Cape Race. The relative proximity of Evans when he sent the message was so close, that all Phillips got was a loud noise, which he could not at all discern. Phillips got angry as he couldn’t hear a message he was getting from Cape Race and sent back to Evans, "Shut up, Shut up, I’m working Cape Race." At 11:30 p.m. Evans turned off the wireless and went to bed. This incident proved to be a costly misunderstanding. Why?
The Californian did not help the Titanic <ul><li>The year in question was 1912. </li></ul><ul><li>As the Titanic was far away from Cape Race, Phillips kept the volume on his receiver very high. When Evans, who was nearby tried to contact him, the proximity of the Californian made the volume too loud. Hence, Phillips was upset and shouted at Evans. </li></ul><ul><li>After Evans retired for the night, he switched off his receiver. When the Titanic tried to communicate using Morse signals with a searchlight, no one on the Californian could come to help the survivors, as none of them understood Morse. </li></ul>
Rules <ul><li>7 slides. </li></ul><ul><li>Each slide has the picture of a person (numbered 1 – 7), and the description of a movie (A – G) that the person is associated with (either acted in or directed). </li></ul><ul><li>There is a chain connect. The person, or the movie in the next slide is connected to the person or the movie in the previous slide. The connection is explained in the next slide. </li></ul><ul><li>+2 for getting either the movie OR the person right in a given slide. </li></ul><ul><li>+5 for getting BOTH right in the slide. </li></ul><ul><li>+5 BONUS for getting either ALL people OR ALL movies. </li></ul><ul><li>+15 BONUS for getting ALL people AND ALL movies. </li></ul>
Slide – 1 <ul><li>A is a 1948 adaptation of a famous 17 th century play. </li></ul><ul><li>It is also, the only adaptation of the play to have won the Best Actor and Best Picture Oscars. </li></ul><ul><li>A 1957 German movie Der Rest Ist Schweigen , is so called because of the protagonist’s last words in the play. </li></ul>
Slide – 2 <ul><li>B was 2’s last film, released a couple of months after her death in 1942. </li></ul><ul><li>B ’s title is gotten from one of the most famous lines in A . </li></ul><ul><li>Other movies that have been named after lines in A are: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Leave Her To Heaven </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>North By Northwest </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>What Dreams May Come </li></ul></ul>
Slide – 3 <ul><li>C was 2’s second-last film. It was a 1941 comedy directed by 3. </li></ul><ul><li>A 1996 TV serial, also called C starred Scott Bakula and Maria Bello in the lead roles. </li></ul><ul><li>The serial was made into a 2005 movie C . </li></ul>
Slide – 4 <ul><li>D was a 1954 movie directed by 3. </li></ul><ul><li>D was remade in 1998 with 4 playing a lead role. </li></ul><ul><li>The 1998 film was 4’s comeback film. </li></ul>
Slide – 5 <ul><li>E is a movie most associated with 4. 5 only had a supporting role in E . </li></ul><ul><li>Despite this, he demanded, and was paid a similar amount of money as 4. </li></ul><ul><li>After his death, footage of him in a sequel to E was released by E ’s director. </li></ul>
Slide – 6 <ul><li>F is probably the movie that most modern audiences associate with 5. </li></ul><ul><li>F was directed by 6, for which both he and 5 won Academy Awards for Best Director and Actor, respectively. </li></ul>
Slide – 7 <ul><li>G was a 2003 movie, whose screenplay was written by 7. </li></ul><ul><li>7 also directed G , and received an Academy Award nomination for her work. </li></ul><ul><li>7 also starred in both F (as a baby), and in one of its sequels. </li></ul>
Slide – 1 <ul><li>A = Hamlet </li></ul><ul><li>1 = Laurence Olivier </li></ul><ul><li>The 1948 adaptation is the only one that fetched the Best Picture and Best Actor Oscars. Also, the 4-hour long play was done in just over 2 hours. </li></ul>
Slide – 2 <ul><li>B = To Be Or Not To Be </li></ul><ul><li>2 = Carole Lombard </li></ul><ul><li>To Be Or Not To Be is of course, one of Hamlet’s most famous line. </li></ul>
Slide – 3 <ul><li>C = Mr. and Mrs. Smith </li></ul><ul><li>3 = Alfred Hitchcock </li></ul><ul><li>The 2005 movie was one which starred Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. </li></ul>
Slide – 4 <ul><li>D = Rear Window </li></ul><ul><li>4 is Christopher Reeve. </li></ul><ul><li>In 1998, Reeve made a remake of Hitchcock’s movie, with him reprising James Stewart’s character </li></ul>
Slide – 5 <ul><li>E = Superman </li></ul><ul><li>5 = Marlon Brando </li></ul><ul><li>Brando agreed to play Jor-El, Kal-El’s / Clark Kent’s / Superman’s biological father for a huge price. When he demanded a similar price for acting in Superman II , Richard Donner dropped him from the cast, and deleted his scenes from the movie. The scenes were restored after Brando’s death. </li></ul>
Slide – 6 <ul><li>F = The Godfather </li></ul><ul><li>6 = Francis Ford Coppola. </li></ul><ul><li>Both he and Marlon Brando won Oscars in 1973, but Brando boycotted the Oscars. </li></ul>
Slide – 7 <ul><li>G = Lost In Translation </li></ul><ul><li>7 = Sofia Coppola </li></ul><ul><li>Sofia Coppola starred as the baby in the christening scene of The Godfather . </li></ul><ul><li>Sofia Coppola is, of course, Francis Ford Coppola’s daughter. </li></ul>
11. The Palais Garnier is a famous building in Paris, designed by Charles Garnier. The building was formally inaugurated on January 15, 1875 with a lavish gala performance. The ball consisted of the third act of Fromental Halévy's 1835 opera La Juive , along with excerpts from Giacomo Meyerbeer's 1836 opera Les Huguenots . The ballet company performed a Grand Divertissement staged by the Paris Opéra's Maître de Ballet en Chef Louis Méranté, which consisted of the celebrated scene Le Jardin Animé from Joseph Mazilier's 1867 revival of his ballet Le Corsaire , set to the music of Léo Delibes. In 1896, an accident took place at the building, killing one. This incident, as well as the discovery of an underground lake inspired a 1910 novel. What was the accident that took place AND what novel did it help inspire?
It is agreed upon this night, March 26, 1827, between the undersigned, that the music of the _____ ________, composed by L, first born son of Johann and Maria ___ _________, of the city of Bonn, shall henceforth be the property of M, Lord of Darkness and first fallen from the grace of God. It is also understood that it is his intention to remove any signs of this music from the memory of man for all eternity. In exchange for the destruction of the aforementioned music it is also agreed that M and all his minions will remove themselves from the life of the child presently sleeping in the gutter directly across from the window of this room. This removal of influence is to be commenced immediately upon signing and to be enforced for all eternity. _____________________ L _____________________ M Explain the above deal L made with the Lord of Darkness.
According to this album, Beethoven composed a Tenth Symphony, just before he died. Mephistopheles wanted the music o be erased from human memory, and so, he bullies Beethoven into making the deal. After Beethoven made the deal, Mephistopheles attempted to destroy the Tenth Symphony. This album explains why Beethoven composed just 9 symphonies.
<ul><li>15. Members of a group called the Little Dipper Minus Two Club . </li></ul><ul><ul><li>X </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Died of typhus, possibly early March 1945 </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Hannah Goslar (a.k.a. Hanneli) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Alive, and living in Israel as of the mid-1990s, with 10 grandchildren </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Ilse Wagner </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Killed 1943 </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Susanne Ledermann (a.k.a. Sanne) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Killed 1943. Elder sister Barbara married Nobel Laureate Martin Rodbell </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Jaqueline van Maarsen (a.k.a. Jopie) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Alive in Amsterdam. Works as a bookbinder, and wrote 3 books on her friendship with X, namely, X and Jopie (1990), My Friend, X (1996) and My Name Is ____, She Said, X (2003). </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Id X. </li></ul>
<ul><li>16. X was a Greek astronomer, geographer, and mathematician of the Hellenistic period. He is considered to be the greatest astronomical observer of ancient times. Some of his achievements are as follows: </li></ul><ul><li>Creator of the oldest surviving models for the motion of the Sun and moon. </li></ul><ul><li>He developed trigonometry, constructed trigonometric tables, and solved several problems in spherical trigonometry. </li></ul><ul><li>He was probably the first to develop reliable methods to predict eclipses. </li></ul><ul><li>Other reputed achievements include the discovery of precession, the compilation of the first comprehensive star catalog of the western world, and possibly the invention of the astrolabe and the armillary sphere. </li></ul><ul><li>Id X. </li></ul>
17. Lock Martin was a 7 foot 7 actor mainly remembered for his role as X in the movie Y (1951). Before he was hired for the role, he used to work as a doorman at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. Although this was not his only film role, it is his only credited role in which he is credited as something other than ‘Giant’. In a recent remake of Y , Lock Martin’s character is the only one that did not have a human actor as X. Id BOTH X AND Y .
18. X was born Elizabeth Griscomm. After she finished school, she was apprenticed to William Weber, an upholster. After her husband died, X continued to work in the upholstery business. During a meeting when a group of men said that a certain design would be impossible for seamstresses to replicate, X took a piece of paper, folded it, and made a single cut, to create a shape for which she is famous. Id X, and what she created.
20. Brazzaville is the capital and largest city of the Republic of the Congo. The city was founded on 10 September 1880 on the site of a village named Nkuna by a Franco-Italian explorer, Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza. The city became the capital first of the French Congo, and then of French Equatorial Africa. In 1944, Brazzaville hosted a meeting of the Free French forces and representatives of France's African colonies. The resulting Brazzaville Declaration was intended to redefine the relationship between France and its African colonies after World War II. Among other things, Brazzaville was also the name of a failed attempt to continue something. What and how?
A sequel to Casablanca Louis : It might be good for you to disappear from Casablanca for a while. There's a Free French garrison at Brazzaville . I could arrange passage. Rick : My letter of transit? I could use a trip. But it doesn't change our bet. You still owe me 10,000 francs. Louis : And that 10,000 francs should pay for our expenses. Rick : "Our" expenses? Louis I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Rules <ul><li>11 pics, spread over 3 slides. </li></ul><ul><li>Scoring for getting the THEME right over each slide will be shown on each slide. </li></ul><ul><li>Negative for getting the THEME wrong will also be shown on each slide. </li></ul>
Connect – People on a deck of cards NOTE: The Queen of Clubs is Argine. This is possibly an anagram for Regina, the Latin word for Queen. As this is too generic (albeit hard to id), it has been omitted.
People – Cards <ul><li>Ogier the Dane – Jack of Spades </li></ul><ul><li>La Hire – Jack of Hearts </li></ul><ul><li>Hector – Jack of Diamonds </li></ul><ul><li>Sir Lancelot – Jack of Clubs </li></ul><ul><li>Pallas Athena – Queen of Spades </li></ul><ul><li>Judith – Queen of Hearts </li></ul><ul><li>Rachel – Queen of Diamonds </li></ul><ul><li>David – King of Spades </li></ul><ul><li>Charlemagne – King of Hearts </li></ul><ul><li>Julius Caesar – King of Diamonds </li></ul><ul><li>Alexander the Great – King of Clubs </li></ul>
21. A statue of X in anger holding her anklet in one hand obviously depicting her in the scene from Y where she demands justice from the Pandiyan king on the death of her husband Kovalan at the hands of the king's policemen is an important landmark in Chennai since 1968. It was removed during the regime of the ex-chief minister of Tamil Nadu, O. Paneerselvam in December 2001 during the night ordered by ex-chief minister J.Jayalalitha. The official reasons reported were that it was to be removed for facilitating traffic. But the media was rife with reports of a mystic counsel to Jayalalitha advising her that as long as the statue in the posture of demanding justice stood there she would have difficulty maintaining her office through the elected term. The statue was reinstalled by M. Karunanidhi in 2006. Id X. / Give Y ’s claim to fame.
X = Kanagi Y = Silapattikaran , the oldest surviving South Indian (Tamil) epic
22. On June 8, 1972, nine-year-old Kim was horribly burned during a bombing raid on her village. A newspaper picture, taken by Nick Ut went round the world. When Capt. John Plummer, the U.S. Army officer responsible for the attack, saw the photo, he thought he could never forgive himself. Because of this photograph, Nick Ut went on to win a Pulitzer, as well as the World Press Best Photo of the Year. John Plummer left the services, and became a preacher. In 1996, Kim publicly forgave him. Funda.
24. A X garden is a themed garden where plants mentioned in Y are grown. Signs near the plants usually provide relevant references. The most famous X garden is one that was reconstructed in X’s hometown by Ernest Law in the 1920s. Some of the flowers grown there include roses, rosemary, pansies, fennel, columbines, rue, daisies, violets, etc. Id X and the funda behind the plants in the gardens.
Shakespeare Garden Juliet : What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. Ophelia : There's rosemary , that's for remembrance. Pray you, love, remember. And there is pansies , that's for thoughts. Laertes : A document in madness! Thoughts and remembrance fitted. Ophelia : There's fennel for you, and columbines . There's rue for you, and here's some for me. We may call it herb of grace o' Sundays. O, you must wear your rue with a difference! There's a daisy . I would give you some violets , but they wither'd all when my father died. They say he made a good end.
25. X was an Australian wicketkeeper. He had a rocky start to his career. He made a total of 52 stumpings, a world record that stands till date. After becoming Australia’s permanent wicketkeeper, he missed only one Test match (against England in the Bodyline series) due to injury (a fractured skull). Y was the main culprit in X’s injury. Although X’s injury was a major incident to show the world the destructive nature of Bodyline, X later admitted that the injury was more his fault than Y’s. The injury took place off a non-Bodyline delivery ball, which he had played on to himself. After World War II, when Y came to live in Australia, X forgave him, and the two remained friends. Id X and Y.
26. Shown here is a scene from a TV show called Star Trek Voyager . The episode is called The 37s . In the episode, it tries to solve a famous mystery of the 20 th century, concerning the two people shown. Id the lady. / Give funda. / Give her claim to fame.
27. In the 1970s, a Dutch Art museum (named after X) kept a copy of sheet music of a particular song in a safe along with some of X’s other personal belongings. The sheet music was kept mainly as it was a tribute to X from a singer, after the latter read a book about X’s life. The song was alternatively named after the painting. E xplain why the sheet music was kept in the safe. Also, Id the painting.
28. X is a famous Benedictine Abbey in Salzburg, Austria. It was founded in the 8 th century, and is the oldest abbey in the German-speaking world. The Abbey shot into fame after a teacher named Fraulein Kutschera went to Salzburg and married a retired sailor. Shortly after the Anschluss, both she and her husband and family escaped to Switzerland, and after World War II, they went and lived the rest of their lives in America. Id X. / Give funda about its fame.
29. ADNR is a nanocrystalline form of X. They possess an isothermal bulk modulus of 491 GPa (gigapascals), compared to a natural X, which has just 442 GPa. ADNR is produced by compressing fullerite powder. Id X and give funda about ADNR.
31. X (shown in pic.) was Miss India in 1965. Shortly after the Miss Universe pageant, she attempted to star in Bollywood, but her career as a Bollywood actress failed. She then went on to Hollywood and starred in Y , a 1978 film that would always be associated with her. Id X. / Y .
33. The village of Oberammergau in Bavaria performs a passion play every ten years (beginning in 1634). Performances of the play were temporarily halted in 1770, but the practice was reinstated after the new Elector, Karl Theodor approved the performance of the play. By 1830, all passion plays in Bavaria were halted, except for the one at Oberammergau. The play is now performed at the end of every decade. Why did the Oberammergau Passion Play start?
Bubonic Plague in 17 th century <ul><li>In 1632, the bubonic plague hit Oberammergau. The villagers pledged to enact a passion play every 10 years in order to be saved. </li></ul><ul><li>Due to divine intervention or otherwise, the number of casualties of the plague decreased in 1633, and the last known victim died in early 1634. </li></ul><ul><li>In keeping with the pledge, the people of Oberammergau put up a passion play. </li></ul><ul><li>The Oberammergau Passion Play is the only passion play of modern times, that dates back to the medieval era. One of the reasons could be that it is as important to the people of Oberammergau, as the Passover is to the Jews. </li></ul>
The manager of this theatre has been instructed, at the risk of his life, not to admit to the theatre any persons after the picture starts. Any spurious attempts to enter by the doors, the escapes, or ventilating shafts will be met by force. The entire objective of this extraordinary policy, of course, is it helps you enjoy X more. 34. Shown here is a notice to theatre managers about a particular film. The person who issued this notice got the idea from the following frame(s) shown on the next slide. Id both films. Below is the transcript.
Once I was happy, but now I'm forlorn Like an old coat that is tattered and torn; Left on this world to fret and to mourn, Betrayed by a maid in her teens. The girl that I loved she was handsome; I tried all I knew her to please But I could not please her one quarter so well As ________________________. Id the song.
The Man On The Flying Trapeze Once I was happy, but now I'm forlorn Like an old coat that is tattered and torn; Left on this world to fret and to mourn, Betrayed by a maid in her teens. The girl that I loved she was handsome; I tried all I knew her to please But I could not please her one quarter so well As the man upon the trapeze. He'd fly through the air with the greatest of ease, That daring young man on the flying trapeze. His movements were graceful, all girls he could please And my love he purloined away. This young man by name was Signor Bona Slang, Tall, big and handsome, as well made as Chang. Where'er he appeared the hall loudly rang With ovation from all people there. He'd smile from the bar on the people below And one night he smiled on my love. She wink'd back at him and she shouted "Bravo," As he hung by his nose up above. Her father and mother were both on my side And very hard tried to make her my bride; Her father he sighed, and her mother she cried, To see her throw herself away. 'Twas all no avail, she went there every night, And would throw him bouquets on the stage, Which caused him to meet her; how he ran me down, To tell you would take a whole page. One night I as usual went to her dear home, Found there her father and mother alone. I asked for my love, and soon they made known, To my horror that she'd run away. She'd packed up her box and eloped in the night With him, with the greatest of ease; From two stories high he had lowered her down To the ground on his flying trapeze. Some months after this I went to the Hall; Was greatly surprised to see on the wall A bill in red letters, which did my heart gall, That she was appearing with him. He'd taught her gymnastics and dressed her in tights, To help him live at his ease, And made her assume a masculine name, And now she goes on the trapeze. She'd fly through the air with the greatest of ease, You'd think her the man on the flying trapeze. Her movements were graceful, all girls she could please, And that was the end of my love.
36. _____________________? is a famous psychological thought experiment, based on a short story by Frank Stockton. The experiment is, given two alternatives, both of which have vastly different consequences, but both of which are also harmful to the chooser, what choice does a person make. In the story, a princess has a lover, and her father discovers the affair. He orders the man to face a most unusual punishment – marriage to someone else, or death – by means of a pair of doors in an arena. The princess finds out the result of both his choices, and on the day of his trial, she signals the door on the right. The man goes to open the door, and the story ends. Id the story or the experiment.
37. In 1924, the duo (of X and Y) disappeared on their most famous quest. For many years, a debate raged as to whether or not one or both of them were able to complete the quest. Although the general consensus was that they failed, the pair’s last known sighting was a few hundred metres from their objective, by Noel Odell. One of the main arguments for the pair’s success was the fact that Odell was quite sure that they were returning from having completed the quest, not that they were trying to complete it. Despite the fact that one of the bodies was found 75 years after the incident, no conclusive clues exist to say whether or not they were successful. Who are they and what did they try to do?
George Mallory and Arthur Irvine climbing Mount Everest.
X Again Traps Bill Brown <ul><li>Australia’s opening batsman Bill Brown was ______ in the Second Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday for the second time this season – … … … … </li></ul><ul><li>What happened? </li></ul>
39. In 1932, Cecil de Mille made The Sign of the Cross , a film set in the time of Nero. The film was adapted from an 1896 play of the same name. In 1896, a Polish author named Henryk Sienkiewicz wrote X , which bears a lot of similarities with the play. The title was derived from a legend regarding Peter. X won Sienkiewicz the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1905, and was made into a lot of films, the most famous adaptation starring Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr, and Peter Utsinov as Nero in 1951. Id X .
40. X is a 1963 novel by Pierre Boulle, that was adapted into a movie in 1968, and later in 2001. It is about a dystopia, where people are treated like animals. While a large part of the story is about the society, at the very end, we get to see what could have been the cause of the dystopia, namely the ruins of the Statue of Liberty. Id X.
41. Y is a live-action movie, based on the TV show X Y . Due to title conflicts with an earlier James Cameron movie, X the title was renamed as Y . The film, due for release next year, is directed by Manoj Night Shyamalan. It is also Dev Patel’s second film, after his debut in Slumdog Millionaire . Id X. / Y.
42. In 1973, Gary and Liz Doyle shot ten seconds of 8mm film showing an unidentified animal running across a road. However, attempts to positively identify the creature have been impossible due to the poor quality of the film. In 1982 Hans Naarding observed what he believed to be a X for three minutes during the night at a site near Arthur River. The sighting led to an extensive year-long government-funded search. In January 1995, a Parks and Wildlife officer reported observing a X in the Pyengana region in the early hours of the morning. Later searches revealed no trace of the animal. In 1997, it was reported that locals and missionaries near Mount Carstensz in Western New Guinea had sighted Xs. In February 2005 Klaus Emmerichs, claimed to have taken digital photographs of an animal he saw near the Lake St Clair National Park, but the authenticity of the photographs has not been established. The photographs, which showed only the back of the animal, were said by those who studied them to be inconclusive as evidence of the X's existence.
44. X graduated from the Department of Physics and Mathematics of Voronezh State University in 1928. In 1930 he took a post as a senior researcher in the Lebedev Institute of Physics. In 1934, X noticed a blue light being emitted from a bottle of water, when that water was subjected to radioactive bombardment. For this discovery, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1958. The phenomenon which he observed was named after him. Id X. / Id phenomenon
46. The " Colonel Bogey March " is a popular march that was written in 1914 by Lieutenant F. J. Ricketts, a British military bandmaster who was director of music for the Royal Marines at Plymouth. Supposedly, the tune was inspired by a military man and golfer who whistled a characteristic two-note phrase instead of shouting "Fore!". It is this descending interval which begins each line of the melody. English composer Malcolm Arnold added a counter-march for use in the film Y, set during World War II. Although the vulgar lyrics were not used in the film, British audiences of the time fully understood the subtextual humour of "Hitler Has Only Got One Ball" being sung by prisoners of war. Because the tune is so identified with the film, many people now incorrectly refer to the "Colonel Bogey March" as "The Y March". Id X / Y .
<ul><li>47. X became famous in 2000, but he had to suffer a lot due to fame. He was invited to preside over a lot of functions outside of college, and so, he developed a shortage in attendance in his last semester, and was detained. Due to this, he could not write the IAS exams (due to being overage). Despite getting a job in Mumbai, the same problems he faced in college arose to haunt him. Luckily, he secured admission in Edinburgh University in 2003, where he completed his MBA, specializing in marketing and public relations. </li></ul><ul><li>Although most of us may not know or remember X today, we remember the reason he became famous. </li></ul><ul><li>Id X. </li></ul>
Answers <ul><li>Frank Sinatra </li></ul><ul><li>Ode To Joy </li></ul><ul><li>Somewhere My Love, Dr. Zhivago </li></ul><ul><li>Swan Lake </li></ul><ul><li>Harry Belafonte </li></ul><ul><li>The Best That You Can Do </li></ul>
Rules <ul><li>30 pics, over 10 slides connected by a THEME. </li></ul><ul><li>Scoring of 42 – 2X(Slide No.) points for getting the THEME right. </li></ul><ul><li>Negative of 22 – 2X(Slide No.) for guessing the THEME wrong. </li></ul><ul><li>After the last slide, the THEME will be disclosed. From there, you can score +2 for linking each visual(s) to the THEME. </li></ul>