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Trivia

APCs Insider, March 20, 2009

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In what year did someone first describe the NCAA basketball tournament as "March Madness?"

a) 1973

b) 1982

c) 1969

d) 1956

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Last week's question:

Which of the following is not suggested as the origin of the Friday the 13th superstition?

a) It was the day suppression of the Knights Templar began in 1307.

b) It was an unlucky day for the ancient Aztecs.

c) There were 13 people at the last supper, and the crucifixion occurred on a Friday.

d) The connection of unlucky Friday and unlucky 13 is a 20th century combination of two ancient superstitions.

Answer: b). The ancient Aztecs used a different calendar that had no Friday the 13th. Various sources have suggested at least one of the other three at one time or another.



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