October 22, 1984 12:00 PM

In pursuit of the ultimate trivium

The ultimate trivia question of the future, obviously, will be: Which red-blooded American entrepreneurs did not market a trivia game in 1984? The answer: precious few.

Whether your field of expertise is remembering who on M*A*S*H was allergic to chop suey (Radar), who discovered insulin (Frederick Banting and Charles Best), how many home runs Ted Williams hit in 1941 (37) or who released such rock albums as Tadpoles and Urban Spaceman (the Bonzo Dog Band), you can rest assured: If it happened, or someone thought it happened or should have happened, there is a new trivia game about it.

Here then is our First Ever Review of Trivia Games:

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