Date: August 7, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

"LUCKY GUESS Game Show" with Ron MacCloskey

"The Game Show That's A Real Horserace"
A cross between "Jeopardy" & "Who Wants to be a Millionaire"

Thursday, August 7th at 7pm in Lecture Hall N110

Here’s how it works:

3 players (jockeys) are on a racetrack - 8 furlongs in length. They have to answer multiple choice questions in 6 categories:


Each group of questions is divided into 2 groups. One is called "ODDS ON" and the other is "EVEN UP". A player elects which group to pick from. This eliminates the chance of someone getting an easy or difficult question. The player picks it, not the host. Also, switching between the 2 groups gives the player a better chance of finding the DARK HORSE question**. The Dark Horse, when answered correctly, benefits the player by moving 2 spaces instead of just one and benefits his cheering section.

Each space (furlong) is worth 10 points. The player with the highest point total at the end of 2 full races goes on to the WINNER'S CIRCLE. Once there, they must answer 4 consecutive questions to win the Grand Prize. All questions throughout the game are multiple choice, except at the Winner's Circle.

The host and creator of Lucky Guess is Ron MacCloskey. Mr. MacCloskey started his show business career in the Catskill Mountains, first as a social staff member, later as a stand-up comedian. He later toured Europe and the Caribbean Islands with Carnivale Cruise lines as Assistant Cruise Director. In 1977 he joined The Al Jolson Revue, a vaudeville show, as a charac-ter actor and Groucho Marx impersonator. Mr. MacCloskey joined the Clyde Beatty/Cole Brothers circus as a clown before landing his own cable TV show in Wildwood, New Jersey. He currently has his own TV show called CLASSIC MOVIES WITH RON MACCLOSKEY. On Channel 15 in Edison, NJ.

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