This week’s questions:
- In golf, what is an albatross? How about a condor?
- When it comes to Internet and texting shorthand, what is the meaning of WRUD?
- How much did a pack of 20 Camel cigarettes cost in 1913 when the smoke was first marketed by the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company?
- When did devout Mormon Nathaniel Baldwin invent in 1910 after he had difficulty hearing the sermons delivered at the sprawling Salt Lake Tabernacle?
- What catchphrase associated with an action film star had been popularized earlier by singer Jody Watley in a No. 1 hit single?
This week’s answers:
- An albatross, which is also known as a double eagle, is three under par. A condor, also known as a triple eagle or double albatross, is four under par.
- “What are you doing?”
- Ten cents.
- The world’s first headphones.
- “Hasta la vista, baby.”
Source: Workman Publishing/”Page-A-Day”