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Monday, April 29, 2002
Time for this week's Obscure Cal Trivia Challenge!
A problem with last week's contest was the question was easily Google-able. But not this week's.
Once again, the rules and rewards:
"Here's how it'll go. Every Monday night around 7, I'll ask a question of exceedingly obscure Cal-related trivia. Maybe about the ASUC, maybe about the Football team, something. You loyal readers e-mail me with the answer. Points will be given for 1. Speed and 2. Completeness.
Winners will get the option of making me do one (1) favor for you. This includes, but is not limited to, a poem in your honor, a picture, a post on Calstuff about something of your liking, etc. Calstuff retains right of refusal for favors deemed too extreme. If no one wants a favor, I'll buy them a Ben and Jerry's Bar of their choice.
No one shall be allowed to win twice in a row, and no Brothers of Alpha Delta Phi, California Chapter will be allowed to compete. "
Everyone knows the Heuristic Squelch is Berkeley's humor magazine. But you may not know about the humor mag that preceded it. This publication lasted for almost one hundred years before folding. It was once so popular, an alumnus donated money for the construction of a building devoted entirely to this humor magazine.
So here's the questions:
1. What's the name of that publication?
2. What year were they founded?
3. What's the name and location of their onetime building?
SUPER BONUS EXTREMELY HARD QUESTION:
Sent in by Calstuff Correspondant AOP,
OK, you're a brilliant scholar of all things Oski-esque. So you already know that the statue outside the Berkeley Art Museum is named 'A Hawk for Peace.' And since you're that good, you must know the name of the one in Faculty Glade. But tell me, smart guy, what's the relationship between the two sculptors who created those statues?
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