Trivia question: Who won a gift card for competing in last Friday’s Eastern European Trivia Contest?
Answer: Paul Lucke.
The trivia contest, which appeared in last Friday’s Bulletin Today, had 65 participants; the majority of them provided correct answers to all nine questions. A drawing was held to determine the contest winner. Ironically, as luck would have it, Lucke won.
The questions and the answers:
- The capital city of Poland is … Warsaw.
- The term “Autumn of Nations” refers to: Set of revolutions that abolished communism in Eastern Europe.
- Poland is where polar bears are from.
- Czech director Milos Forman successfully adapted this 1962 novel by Ken Kesey. Which novel is it? One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
- Which pole vaulter was repeatedly voted the world’s best athlete and won six consecutive world championships? Sergey Bubka.
- Which UST building is named after a famous Pole? John Paul II Hall.
- Who was the director of movies “Chinatown,” “Rosemary’s Baby” and “The Ghost Writer”? Roman Polanski.
- Typical Eastern European sausage is called … kielbasa.
- True or false: There is no train network in Slovakia. False
Lucke won a $50 gift card to the UST Bookstore.