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MAGNI Packet 10 [REVISED-II-done]

MAGNI Packet 10 [REVISED-II-done] - MAGNI A Collegiate...

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MAGNI, A Collegiate Quizbowl Tournament for Fall 2011 Questions by UCSD (Chris Chiego, Auroni Gupta, Andrew Honda, Vicky Hwang, Rohan Mehta, Peicong Dong), Yale (Matt Jackson, Kevin Koai, John Lawrence), and Jerry Vinokurov Organized and Brought to You by Auroni Gupta, Matt Jackson, and John Lawrence Packet Ten Tossups 1. In this man’s rookie season, a Sega game was made based on his play, and was titled after his “Supreme Court.” This member of the 1992 Dream Team beat out Shaq for the 1993-94 season scoring title by notching 71 points against the Clippers. On February 17, 2004, this player became only the fourth after Nate Thurmond, Alvin Robertson, and Hakeem Olajuwon to record an official quadruple double; that same year, his team was bounced by the Jazz in the first round of the playoffs. Notably outplayed by Olajuwon during the 1995 Western Conference Finals, he finally became an NBA champion during the 1999 lockout season, and again in 2003, with the aid of his Finals MVP teammate Tim Duncan. For 10 points, identify this player nicknamed “The Admiral,” a mainstay of the 1990s San Antonio Spurs. ANSWER: David Robinson 2. One character in this play writes an anonymous letter to herself, accusing her beloved of pursuing another woman, to give herself a reason to quarrel with him. Another character in this play has her servant Lucy deliver love letters signed “Delia”. Julia’s lover in this play is always troubled by the thought of her being unhappy, but even more troubled at her being happy without him, and is named Faulkland. Bob Acres is goaded into challenging the protagonist to a duel by Lucius O’Trigger. One character tells another to “illiterate” someone from her memory and speaks of the importance of “reprehending” what we say, a type of error now named for her. For 10 points, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be Ensign Beverley to woo Lydia Languish in what play featuring Mrs. Malaprop, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan? ANSWER: The Rivals 3. An attack on this country called Operatie Product led to an agreement drawing a cease-fire line named for its enemy Hubertus van Mook; that was the Renville agreement. This country’s troops killed Nicolau Lobato, the first leader of FALINTIL, which itself was the military wing of the secessionist FRETILIN. The 30 September movement began a massacre of a half-million suspected Communists before the Supersemar decree was issued here. One of its leaders put forward five principles called the Pancasila; the “New Order” replaced that leader’s “guided democracy” in a 1967 military coup by the father of Megawati. For 10 points, name this country which was ruled by Sukarno and then Suharto after freeing itself from Dutch rule, and more recently saw terrorist bombings in Bali.
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