BGSU Trivia Quiz #15 - Answers
BGSU Trivia was created for the 75th Anniversary of Bowling Green State University in 1985. Similar in play to the popular game, "Trivial Pursuit", questions were organized into six categories-people, sports, places, odds-n-ends, campus life, and history. To mark the Centennial celebration of the University, the Center for Archival Collections will present a quiz each month, featuring two questions from each of the categories. An interactive version is also available. Test your knowledge and have fun!
- A female falcon is a falcon. A male falcon is a
- d) Tiercel. The female falcon is larger and stronger than the tiercel.
- Which items appeared on the original Seal of the college and have since been dropped?
- b) Book and motor mounted on a customary scarf. They were dropped because they became unrecognizable when reduced.
- Who was the first BGSU graduate to be elected to Congress?
- d) Robert P. Hanrahan. Served 1972-1974 from the 3rd District of Illinois.
- The 13 x 5' aluminum cast wall relief sculpture on the main floor of the Administration Building was created by
- b) Donald Drumm, in 1965 was the newly-appointed artist-in-residence at BGSU.
- MAC stands for
- b) Mid-American Conference
- The opening of the University Union was delayed due to this October 1957 event
- a) Fire caused $100,000 in damage and delayed the opening of the building by two months.
- The original plans for Bowling Green Normal School called for two buildings:
- a) A college building (University Hall) and a dormitory (Williams Hall)
- The "Inner Campus" was
- b) The mall area east of the Administration Building which is the original campus area.
- Since 1978, this group will see you safely to and from places on campus
- c) Campus Escort Service
- Founded in 1952, the honor society for Air Force ROTC cadets is named for
- a) General Arnold
- What machine cleans and resurfaces the ice in the Ice Arena?
- b) Zamboni, named for its inventor
- This former coach twice won the 3000 meter NCAA steeplechase
- d) Sid Sink