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### Inter-college quiz at Army Institute of Technology-Finals

1. 1. ARMY INSTITUTEOF TECHNOLOGYINTER-COLLEGE QUIZ FINALS QM- SAAHIL SINGH SAMRIDH KAPUR
2. 2. INSTRUCTIONS• The finals contain 5 rounds- written, infinite rebounds(clockwise), written, infinite rebounds(counter clockwise) and a written connect.• Further details to be provided as we cruise along.• Part Points on the discretion of the QM.
3. 3. ROUND 1THE MATT HARDING ROUND
4. 4. DIRECTIONS• Matt Harding is an American traveler and Internet celebrity known for his viral videos that show him dancing in front of landmarks and street scenes in various international locations.• 7 images of Matt dancing in various locations.• Name the locations. No points for country.• Differential Scoring for each slide.• Score details in next slide.
5. 5. SCORING PATTERN• If right answer given by only 1 team: +30• If right answer given by 2-3 teams: +20• If right answer given by 4-5 teams: +10• If right answer given by all teams: +5
6. 6. EXAMPLE: SYDNEY
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22. 22. ROUND 2INFINITE REBOUNDS
23. 23. DIRECTIONS• 15 questions to be asked in clockwise order.• +10 for a correct answer.• 2 pounces allowed per round.• +10 for a correct answer on a pounce and -10 for a wrong answer on a pounce.
24. 24. 1)What does this graph represent?
25. 25. ANSWERRoger Federer’s positionin ATP Rankings
26. 26. 2)• 46664 is a series of AIDS charity concerts played in honour of __X__ , who was imprisoned at Robben Island.• Shortly before Joe Strummers death, he and Bono co-wrote the song "46664" for __X__, as part of the campaign against AIDS in Africa.• Name __X__ and also give the significance of “46664”.
27. 27. ANSWER Nelson Mandela In the year 1964, he was the 466th prisoner to arrive. Hence he name. Prisoner 46664 continues to be used, as a reverential title for him
28. 28. 3)• The __X__ Awards are American film awards, presented annually to the makers of independent films at a ceremony in New York City, New York.• New York City was first nicknamed __X__ by Washington Irving, in an issue of Salmagundi.• The awards are a part of the Independent Feature Project (IFP),and were inaugurated in 1991 as a means of showcasing and honoring films made primarily in the Northeastern region of the United States, but by 2004, the scope was broadened to include films belonging to the international scene.
29. 29. ANSWERThe Gotham Awards
30. 30. 4)__X__ and __Y__• Bardolatry is the worship, often considered excessive, of __X__.• The term, derived from __X__s sobriquet ,was coined by __Y__ , who professed to dislike __X__ as a thinker and philosopher because he did not engage with social problems, as his own plays did.• The essential characteristic of bardolatry is that __X__ is presented as not only the greatest writer who ever lived, but also as the supreme intellect, the greatest psychologist, and the most faithful portrayer of the human condition and experience.• __Y__s skeptical views arose in response to such ideas. He wished to demythologise __X__ , and emphasised that he was capable of both brilliance and banality, a point made humorously in his late puppet play “Shakes versus Shav”, in which he compares __X__s work to his own.
31. 31. ANSWER • __X__: William Shakespeare • __Y__: GB Shaw
32. 32. 5) Who published this ad campaign and what was the ocassion??
33. 33. ANSWERApple on IBM introducing Personal Computers
34. 34. 6) Which 2 word term is this?• The term __X__ was coined by the American writer O. Henry to describe the fictional "Republic of Anchuria" in the book Cabbages and Kings (1904), a collection of thematically related short stories inspired by his experiences in Honduras.• __X__ is a political science term for a politically unstable country whose economy is largely dependent on the export of a single limited-resource product, such as fruits or minerals.• The history of the first __X__ begins with the introduction of the ____ to the USA in 1870, by Lorenzo D. Baker, captain of the ship, The Telegraph. He initially bought __ in Jamaica and sold them in Boston at a 1,000 percent profit.
35. 35. ANSWERBanana Republic
36. 36. 7) __X__??• Since 1989, __X__ has a dress code policy and has turned away several people who it believes are not dressed appropriately. These include a soldier in uniform, a scout troop, a woman with a Mohican hair cut, a 15 stone (95 kg) woman and FC Shakhtar Donetsks first team for wearing tracksuits• __X__ was sharply criticised in 2004 by the Hindu community for marketing a line of feminine underwear, which featured the images of South-Asian goddesses. The line was eventually withdrawn and formal apologies were made.• __X__ has been criticised as "deeply sexist" for making female employees wear six kinds of makeup at all times without requiring this of male employees.
37. 37. ANSWER Harrods
38. 38. ANSWER Franco Nero making an apperance in Django Unchained. He played the titular role in the 1966 flick.
39. 39. 9) Name the city??• It is the portmanteau of words Gate and Bengal, in Maithili, and means "Gateway of Bengal".• Some scholars say that X means broken gates. It is assumed that the gates of the Qila (at Qilaghat probably) were broken (by cannons or elephants) in 1326 AD when Tughlak forces attacked the last independent North Indian Hindu king.• During Akbars reign in the sixteenth century, he planted 100,000 mango trees in _______, at a place now known as Lakhi Bagh.
40. 40. ANSWERDarbhanga
41. 41. 10)What are these, a list of??• GN• LD• HO• DF• PH• FT• DP• CK• SS(list continues the next slide)
42. 42. • HP• RE• GNRS• OS• PQ• RAC• RS• YU• LB
43. 43. ANSWERQuotas In Indian Railways
44. 44. 11)Some of the many controversies, __X__ was involved in….• After achieving the number one in singles, an Argentine reporter ask him what it felt like to be at the same status as Guillermo Vilas; he answered "Vilas was No. 2 and Im No. 1.• In a confusing incident, he ran over his physical trainer, Manuel Astorga, with his jeep, leaving him gravely injured at the foot. Astorga was later fired as trainer.• After a magazine published some photos of him dancing seductively with a woman at a Paris disco, his girlfriend broke up with him. During a Davis Cup press conference, __X__ read a letter, asking her for forgiveness. He ended the press conference in tears.• In 2003, while training for a Davis Cup tie with Ecuador, he allegedly urinated on some men in a La Serena bars bathroom and was later expelled from his hotel after being accused of swimming nude. As a consequence, the team missed a flight to Ecuador the following day. He later apologized for the incidents.• He reportedly told Monica Seles to move her "fat ass" while on a lunch queue, but he has denied this.• He tried to moon some reporters who were recording him while partying outside his apartment in Reñaca.
45. 45. ANSWER• Marcelo Rios
46. 46. 12) __X__??• While the exact origins of the phrase are unknown, it is commonly believed to have been coined by Americans during World War II. Large numbers of American troops were stationed overseas for many months or years, and as time passed many of their wives or girlfriends decided to begin a relationship with a new man rather than wait for the original one to return.• As letters to servicemen from wives or girlfriends back home would typically contain affectionate language (such as "My dearest" or simply "Darling"), a serviceman receiving a note beginning with a curt "____X____" would instantly be aware of the letters purpose.• Eventually they came to be known as "___X___" letters. What is the phrase
47. 47. ANSWERDear John Letters
48. 48. 13) Whose filmography as an actor?? Also give __X__Year Title Role1974 Ishq Ishq Ishq1975 Jaan Hazir Hai1978 Toote Khilone1979 Jeena Yahan1980 Khanjar Ramesh1984 Bindiya Chamkegi Raj A. Kumar1988 Falak (The Sky) Inspector – Jimmy1989 Gawaahi1990 Drishti Nikhil1991 Nazar Antique Dealer/Money Lender1992 Saatwan Aasman Dev2013 __X__ R.A.W Agent
49. 49. ANSWERShekhar KapurThe movie isVishwaroopam
50. 50. 14) __X__ and __Y__(no part points)??• __X__ was born in Punjab moved to Hyderabad, while __Y__ belonged to Bansda (Vansada), Gujarat.• Apart from working at Prithvi theaters, __X__ used to frequently visit the office of a Gujrati director Chandravadan Bhatt who had promised him that he would give him a break as a Music Director as and when he produced a film. It was outside the office of Mr Bhatt that __X__ saw “ek dubla patla sunder ladka‘” also sitting a number of times. Although they never spoke to each other, one fine day, __X__ took the initiative of starting the conversation and then discovered that his name was __Y__ and he too used to visit the same producer in search of some work related to music and that he was a Harmonium player.• __X__ assured __Y__ of the job of a Harmonium player at Prithvi theaters (without asking Prithviraj Kapoor). Of course, later, Kapoor honoured __X__s selection and gladly accepted __Y__ as a Harmonium player at Prithvi.• Soon, the two of them developed very close friendship to the extent that the people started refererring to them as `Ram-Lakshman ki jodi and by several similar-meaning nick names .They also used to play significant roles in various plays including the famous play "Pathan".
51. 51. ANSWERShankar-Jaikishan
52. 52. 15) Connect the 4 images
53. 53. ANSWER Places where American Presidents have been assassinatedFrom top left going clockwise-• Ford’s Theatre- Abraham Lincoln• Baltimore and Potomac Railroad- James .A. Garfield• Temple of Music- William Mckinely• Dealey Plaza- John .F. Kennedy
54. 54. AUDIENCE QUESTIONS
55. 55. 1)• On 10 November 1951, Sir Hugh Beaver, went on a shooting party in the North Slob, by the River Slaney in County Wexford, Ireland.• He became involved in an argument over which was the fastest game bird in Europe-- the golden plover or the grouse(the former being correct).• That evening at Castlebridge House, he realized that it was impossible to confirm in reference books whether or not the golden plover was Europes fastest game bird.• Beaver knew that there must be numerous other questions debated nightly in pubs throughout Ireland, but there was way to settle arguments.• What did this result in?
56. 56. ANSWERGuinness Book of World Records
57. 57. 2) Which award, are the teams of these countries winners of?1970 Peru1978 Argentina1982 Brazil1986 Brazil1990 England1994 Brazil1998 England , France2002 Belgium2006 Brazil , Spain2010 Spain
58. 58. ANSWERFIFA WC Fair Play Award
59. 59. 3)• Brahma - Brahmastra• Vishnu - Narayanastra• Shiva - __X__
60. 60. ANSWERPashupatastra
61. 61. ROUND 3WRITTEN ROUND
62. 62. DIRECTIONS• A paragraph with eleven missing entities labelled from __A__ to __K__.• Find the missing entities• Total Time to be given = 5 minutes• +5 for each entity.• Bonus +5 for all correct answers.
63. 63. __A__ is an Indian author, best known for her novel__B__ , published in 1997. __A__’s cousin __C__ is amedia mogul, and the founder of __D__. __C__’ssister-in-law __E__ is a politician, and is currently amember of the Rajya Sabha. __A__ starred andwrote the screenplay of the movie __F__ , which alsostarred __G__ and __H__ ,in what was one of hisearliest roles. __G__ is best known for playing therole of __I__ in 1982 film __J__, for which he wasgiven a BAFTA nomination. __H__ played a cameorole in the film __K__ , which dealt with theassassination of the subject of __J__.
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65. 65. ANSWERS• __A__: Arundhati Roy• __B__: The God of small things• __C__: Prannoy Roy• __D__: NDTV• __E__ : Brinda Karat• __F__ : In which Annie gives those ones• __G__: Roshan Seth• __H__: Shah Rukh Khan• __I__: Jawaharlal Nehru• __J__: Gandhi• __K__: Hey Ram
66. 66. ROUND 4INFINITE REBOUNDS
67. 67. DIRECTIONS• 15 questions to be asked in counter-clockwise order.• +10 for a correct answer.• 2 pounces allowed per round.• +10 for a correct answer on a pounce and -10 for a wrong answer on a pounce.
68. 68. 16)• This form of dance was supposed to be started by a person named Al B in 1981 who was a resident of __X__ and became mainstream in 2001.• He said it comes from the Ancient Egyptians and describes it as what the mummies used to do. Because they were all wrapped up they couldn’t really move, all they could do was shake.• This video became viral in early 2013.Name the dance
69. 69. ANSWERHarlem Shake
70. 70. 17) __XY__??• __XY__ is a phenomenon was named after __X__, whose attempt in 2003 to suppress photographs of her residence inadvertently generated further publicity. Similar attempts have been made, for example, in cease-and- desist letters, to suppress numbers, files and websites. Instead of being suppressed, the information receives extensive publicity and media extensions such as videos and spoof songs, often being widely mirrored across the Internet or distributed on file-sharing networks.• Mike Masnick of Techdirt coined the term after __X__ unsuccessfully sued photographer Kenneth Adelman and Pictopia.com for violation of privacy.• The US\$50 million lawsuit endeavored to remove an aerial photograph of __X__’s mansion from the publicly available collection of 12,000 California coastline photographs.• Before __X__ filed her lawsuit, "Image 3850" had been downloaded from Adelmans website only six times; two of those downloads were by __X__ attorneys. As a result of the case, public knowledge of the picture increased substantially; more than 420,000 people visited the site over the following month.
71. 71. ANSWERStreisand Effect
72. 72. 18) __X__??• Fearing problems with Gandharis pregnancy which had continued for over a year, Dhritrashtra married Sauvali, a woman from Vaishya Varna, from whom he bore a son, __X__.• __X__ was born younger to Duryodhana, but elder to Dushasana, other Kauravas and Dussala. Thus, contrary to popular perception, Dhritrashtra had 101 sons.• __X__ is celebrated as a moral warrior who choose the path or righteousness, in spite of being born in circumstances that predisposed him to evil. As Mahabharata was a righteous war, the warriors were given the freedom by both sides to switch to the side they believed was morally correct.• __X__ played a major role in the Mahabharatha as a informant among the Kauravas. He assisted the Pandavas by providing critical information about Kauravas preparation and planning. He also saved the life of Bhima by informing the Pandavas about Duryodhanas cunning schemes, which included poisoning water.• After the war, when the Pandavas headed for heavenly abode at the start of the Kali Yuga, Yudhisthira granted the kingship of Indraprastha to __X__.
73. 73. ANSWER Yuyutsu
74. 74. 19)__X__ and __Y__??• After the release and success of _____, __X__ planned yet another motion picture called Love and God, his first directorial venture to be made completely in colour, and began production.• The film was to star __Y__ in the male lead and Nimmi in the female lead.• However, in 1964, when lead actor __Y__ died, shooting came to a halt. Sanjeev Kumar replaced him in the male lead and production was later resumed.• During the production of the film, __X__ died in 1971, at the age of 48 and the film was abandoned. In 1986, __X__’s widow revived the film and it was released in an incomplete form.
75. 75. ANSWER __X__ - K. Asif __Y__ - Guru Dutt
76. 76. 20) Connect these photos to an Indian state.
77. 77. ANSWER State symbols of Maharashtra• Yellow Footed Green Pigeon- State Bird• Indian Giant Squirrel- State Animal• Mango Tree- State Tree
78. 78. 21) __X__??• The __X__ was a political party active in the early 19th century in the United States. Four presidents of the United States were members of this party.• Considered integral to the Second Party System and operating from the early 1830s to the mid-1850s,the party was formed in opposition to the policies of President Andrew Jackson and his Democratic Party.• In particular, the __X__ supported the supremacy of Congress over the presidency and favored a program of modernization and economic protectionism.• This name was chosen to echo the patriots of 1776, who fought for independence, and because “__X__" was then a widely recognized label of choice for people who identified as opposing tyranny.• The Party counted among its members such national political luminaries as Daniel Webster, William Henry Harrison, and their preeminent leader, Henry Clay of Kentucky. In addition to Harrison, it also nominated war hero generals Zachary Taylor and Winfield Scott. Abraham Lincoln was the chief __X__ leader in frontier Illinois.
79. 79. ANSWERThe Whig Party
80. 80. 22) __X__??• __X__ is a small, yellow, leech-like, and probably the oddest thing in the Hitchhiker universe. It feeds on brain wave energy, absorbing all unconscious frequencies and then excreting telepathically, a matrix formed from the conscious frequencies and nerve signals picked up from the speech centers of the brain, the practical upshot of which is that if you stick one in your ear, you can instantly understand anything said to you in any form of language.• It is a universal translator that neatly crosses the language divide between any species. The book points out that the __X__ could not possibly have developed naturally, and therefore it both proves and disproves the existence of God.• Yahoo’s web based translational application has been named after __X__.
81. 81. ANSWERBabel Fish
82. 82. 23) __X__??• __X__ was created by Stan Lee, Marie Severin and Herb Trimpe and debuted in a storyline called "The Sands of Death" in Strange Tales, giving Doctor Strange a limited time to prove Earth is worth saving, due to its potential for evil.• Established as apparently the supreme power in the Marvel Universe, the character made several sporadic appearances over the years, including What If, Rom and Secret Wars II. __X__ revealed clues as to its true purpose and nature in Silver Surfer vol. 3, #31 (Dec. 1989).• __X__ possesses virtually unlimited power and absolute control over the Marvel Multiverse, and is only weaker than the ”The One-Above-All”.
83. 83. ANSWERThe Living Tribunal
84. 84. 24) __X__??• “Dare to Dream” is a 2005 sports documentary about __X__ and follows their 18-year journey from obscurity in the late 80s to its second Olympic gold match in 2004.• It was created by the Peabody Award-winning creative team at HBO Sports and featured interviews from players belonging to the team.• Name the team, which is being covered in this documentary.
85. 85. ANSWERThe U.S. Women’s Football team
86. 86. 25) Identify the 2 giants?
87. 87. ANSWERBill Russell and Wilt Chamberlin
88. 88. 26) Who is the subject of this conversation?MRS.ARMSTRONG: I sense great vulnerability. A man-child crying out for love, an innocent orphan in the post-modern world.MR. ARMSTRONG: I see a parasite. A sexually-depraved miscreant, who is seeking to gratify only his most basic and immediate urges.MRS.ARMSTRONG: He is struggled, he is man-struggled. He lifts my spirit!MR. ARMSTRONG: He is a loathsome, offensive brute, yet I cant look away.MRS.ARMSTRONG: He transcends time and space.MR. ARMSTRONG: He sickens me.MRS.ARMSTRONG: I love it.MR. ARMSTRONG: Me too.
89. 89. ANSWER Kramer
90. 90. 27) ___X__?• __X__ was a finalist in the Weekend Post Faces of the Future competition in 2004 and in The Herald Miss Port Elizabeth contest in 2005.• She was ranked 40 on FHM South Africas 100 Sexiest Women list in 2011 and 45 in 2012.• She was a celebrity face of the Spirit Day anti-bullying campaign in 2012.• She once worked as the live roaming presenter for FashionTV in South Africa.• She starred in television advertisements for a variety of products, including Toyota Land Cruiser, Clover "The One", Redds and Aldor Pin Pop.• She featured as a celebrity contestant on the BBC Lifestyle show Baking Made Easy in 2012.
91. 91. ANSWERReeva Steenkamp– thedeceased girl-friend ofOscar Pistorius
92. 92. 28)The School??• The school songs were deliberately chosen to include both Urdu poetry and Hindu bhajans as a way of emphasizing __X__s secular ethos; similarly, the school prayers include a mix of Anglican hymns and Indian poetry.• Although Jana Gana Mana is Indias National anthem , it is traditionally referred to as "Song No. 1" at __X__ since it was adopted as the School Song in 1935, fifteen years before it was adopted as Indias national anthem.
93. 93. ANSWERThe Doon School
94. 94. 29) Name the cricketer• __X__ had limited opportunities to show his talent, as the 1990s was the golden era for Karnataka cricket, due to the presence of Javagal Srinath, Venkatesh Prasad, Anil Kumble and Sunil Joshi.• Despite making his debut in the 1994-95 season, __X__ could not get a permanent slot in the Karnataka team. Coming from a humble background, he was helped by kind team-mates and well-wishers. A.V.Jayaprakash waived the tuition fees and gifted him with a bat, Srinath would get him a pair of shoes from abroad, Kumble would gift him clothes and, while in the MRF Pace Academy, Prasad would translate in Kannada for him.• It was in the Irani Trophy in 1996-97 where he picked up 11 wickets, including V. V. S. Laxman and Navjot Singh Sidhu, that he stormed into national reckoning. After this performance he was selected for the Indian cricket teams tour of South Africa.
95. 95. ANSWER Dodda Ganesh
96. 96. 30) __X__?• After leaving college __X__ formed a band called “Kaffir” which struggled to get professional performances. The band played in a few college fests but with time the other members of the band decided to move over to the corporate world.• __X__ , was committed to music and was clear that he wanted to be a professional musician. He composed jingles for a while, some of them were for Yamaha RX-T motorbikes, and Times FM.• He struggled for many years to get his debut album published. Initially he worked with Sony Music, but Sony backed out. He then approached Minty Tejpal, brother of Tehelkas editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal, who liked his music and offered him a contract. Soon after Tehelka ran into financial problems and eventually cancelled the contract. Magnasound also offered him a contract, but the company became bankrupt before the album could materialize.• He was finally signed on by Phat Phish Records, on which he released his debut album in 2004
97. 97. ANSWERRabbi Shergill
98. 98. AUDIENCE QUESTIONS
99. 99. 1) Whose words ?“I wish the whole world could seewhat I see. Sometimes you have to goup really high to understand howsmall you really are."
100. 100. ANSWERFelix Baumgartner
101. 101. 2)• Possible origin of this word is from the Sanskrit words Baya (Expense ) and Onka (Calculation). This word still survives in Bangla.• Origins can also be seen from Middle French, Old Italian and Old High German• Which word?
102. 102. ANSWER Bank
103. 103. 3) __X__Other kids games are all such a bore!Theyve gotta have rules and they gotta keepscore!__X__ is better by far!Its never the same! Its always bizarre!You dont need a team or a referee!You know that its great, cause its namedafter me!
104. 104. ANSWERCalvinball
105. 105. ROUND 5WRITTEN CONNECT
106. 106. DIRECTIONS• 6 questions- Each being an entity of a connect.• Write the answer on the sheet• Points for theme given on each slide.• After all 6 questions have been shown, sheets are to be exchanged and corrected.• +5 to be given for each correct answer.
107. 107. 1) __X__?? +30/-20• __X__ is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River, the city dates back to the 7th century.• __X__ has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and is one of Polands most important economic hubs. It was the capital of Poland from 1038 to 1569.• After the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany at the start of World War II, __X__ was turned into the capital of Germanys General Government.• __X__ is classified as a global city by GaWC, with the ranking of High sufficiency
108. 108. 2)Name the co-author +25/-15
109. 109. 3)Name the movie +20/-10
110. 110. 4)__X__?? +15/-5• __X__ was first published in six low-priced paperback volumes, with the first being published on March 28th 1996 and the last on August 29th 1996.• The novel was republished as a single paperback volume on May 5, 1997.• The 6 novels published were as follows: The Two Dead Girls The Mouse on the Mile Coffeys Hands The Bad Death of Eduard Delacroix Night Journey Coffey on the Mile
111. 111. 5) __X__ ?? +10/-5• The company traces its roots to the Schwarzchild & Sulzberger company (later changed to Sulzbeger & Sons) based in New York City that operated meat packing plants in New York, Chicago and Kansas City.• Sulzberger founded the Ashland Manufacturing Company in 1913 to use animal by-products from its slaughterhouses. It started out making tennis racket strings, violin strings, and surgical sutures but soon expanded into baseball shoes and tennis racquets.• In 1915, Thomas.E.____ , former president of meatpacker Morris & Company, was appointed President and renamed the company “Thomas E. ___ Company”.• The company acquired the Hetzinger Knitting Mills to produce athletic uniforms and a caddie bag company which produced golf balls but soon expanded into footballs and basketballs.
112. 112. 6) Connect the 3 images +5
113. 113. ANSWERS
114. 114. 1) __X__?? +30/-20• __X__ is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River, the city dates back to the 7th century.• __X__ has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and is one of Polands most important economic hubs. It was the capital of Poland from 1038 to 1569.• After the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany at the start of World War II, __X__ was turned into the capital of Germanys General Government.• __X__ is classified as a global city by GaWC, with the ranking of High sufficiency
115. 115. ANSWER Krakow
116. 116. 2)Name the co-author +25/-15
117. 117. ANSWER Jim Lowell
118. 118. 3)Name the movie +20/-10
119. 119. ANSWER
120. 120. 4)__X__?? +15/-5• __X__ was first published in six low-priced paperback volumes, with the first being published on March 28th 1996 and the last on August 29th 1996.• The novel was republished as a single paperback volume on May 5, 1997.• The 6 novels published were as follows: The Two Dead Girls The Mouse on the Mile Coffeys Hands The Bad Death of Eduard Delacroix Night Journey Coffey on the Mile
121. 121. ANSWERThe Green Mile
122. 122. 5) __X__ ?? +10/-5• The company traces its roots to the Schwarzchild & Sulzberger company (later changed to Sulzbeger & Sons) based in New York City that operated meat packing plants in New York, Chicago and Kansas City.• Sulzberger founded the Ashland Manufacturing Company in 1913 to use animal by-products from its slaughterhouses. It started out making tennis racket strings, violin strings, and surgical sutures but soon expanded into baseball shoes and tennis racquets.• In 1915, Thomas.E.____ , former president of meatpacker Morris & Company, was appointed President and renamed the company “Thomas E. ___ Company”.• The company acquired the Hetzinger Knitting Mills to produce athletic uniforms and a caddie bag company which produced golf balls but soon expanded into footballs and basketballs.
123. 123. ANSWER Wilson
124. 124. 6) Connect the 3 images +5
125. 125. ANSWERPresidents mentioned in Forrest Gump
126. 126. AND THE CONNECT……
127. 127. FILMS STARRING TOM HANKS • The Terminal • Apollo 13 • Big • The Green Mile • Cast Away • Forrest Gump
128. 128. Special thanks toAll the quiz club members who have contributedASHISH KUMARARJUN SOODANSHUJ SHARMAPUSHPENDER SINGHROHAN BAPAT
129. 129. Thank You.See You next year