[ProgSoc] Fwd: CLUBS MEGA TRIVIA NIGHT RESULTS
tomchristmas at progsoc.org
Wed May 11 18:23:25 EST 2011
*Why* is it that everyone who wasn't there is questioning our club's
ability to answer the questions all by ourselves -- and what a team we
had; a broad spectrum of participants that oh-so-nicely covered all the
without some kind of technological trickery or other form of external
Besides, now that we have Wikipedia and net-enabled smartphones, we
don't need anything as outdated as concealed walkie-talkies to find the
For the record, we scored equal first with the other team (40 out 45), so
it came to a tie-breaker question: which country won the first FIFA World
Cup and in what year did it take place? We answered "Uruguay" and "1930"
respectively, and the rest is history...
So there you go...EngSoc have long been dethroned. ProgSoc is now The
Brains Trust of UTS. ProgSoc is also $1000 richer. This year, we decide
what to do with the money we've won. Next year, we have a title to defend.
> Were covert radios used to contact a support team during the comp?
> On 11 May 2011 15:03, Tomislav Bozic <tomchristmas at progsoc.org> wrote:
>> Thank you to all those who participated in last night's Clubs Mega
>> event. We had over 300 people attend for 32 different clubs, making it
>> largest club competition in recent years!
>> Our winners were:
>> 1st - Progsoc
>> 2nd - BUiLD Student Society
>> 3rd - Sci v Sci
>> Best dressed prize (by far!) was the Basketball Club.
>> Congratulations to our winners. Prize cheques will be made for each of
>> and will be ready for collection next week (I will email to confirm when
>> they can be picked up).
>> Kind regards,
>> Jennifer Greathead
>> Social Clubs & Programs Manager
>> UTS Union Ltd
>> University of Technology, Sydney
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To judiciously use split infinitives is fine by me...
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