Gail Borden is best-known to trivia buffs as the inventor of condensed milk and the founder of the dairy-products company named for him. But he also founded Texas’ first permanent newspaper, which was the first to report the 1836 fall of the Alamo. Borden is believed to have coined the rallying cry, “Remember the Alamo!” (Thanks to Bil Munsil of Mesa, Ariz.)

The only prime-time TV network series credit for Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong is an episode of:

A) “The Simpsons”

B) “60 Minutes”

C) “Survivor”

D) “Seinfeld”

Thursday’s answer: The names of the three largest cities in Ohio, Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati all begin with the letter C.


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