Great Midwest Trivia Contest

The Great Midwest Trivia Contest, or Midwest Trivia Contest, is held each year in Appleton, Wisconsin, broadcast over Lawrence University's radio station, WLFM. It has a claim as the longest-running college bowl trivia contest. Beginning with Trivia XLI in 2006, the contest went to a webcast-only format after WLFM ceased FM broadcasting.

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... The Lawrence trivia contest has been written about in Playboy, USA Today, The Chronicle of Higher Education, the Chicago Tribune, and most of the newspapers in Wisconsin ... The 1984 Trivia Master, John Landis, '84, appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America." Paul Harvey asked a question in the 1978 contest "I’m Paul Harvey ... Now, for five trivia points where is the International Armadillo Confab and Exposition held? Gooooood Day!" The answer was Victoria, Texas ...

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