Ohio Memory Madness
Results, round one
Extinction of the passenger pigeon: 164, Temperance Crusade/Whiskey Wars of 1873: 102
Oberlin College becomes the first co-educational college in the nation: 158, Wilberforce University is founded in 1856: 108
Oberlin Rescue: 103, Publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin: 158
Charles Young becomes first African American Colonel in U.S. Army: 154, John Langston becomes first African American admitted to Ohio bar: 104
1920 Presidental Election: 98, Victoria Woodhull becomes the first woman to run for president : 158
Founding of the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb: 159, American Federation of Labor is founded in Columbus: 100
Freedom Summer, 1964: 176, Harry C. Smith coauthors the Smith Act: 100
Chief Logan's speech at Logan Elm: 145, Lincoln funeral train travels through Ohio: 115
Beryl Drummond joins Waterloo Wizards: 75, Oscar Robertson is named 1964 NBA MVP and Jerry Lucas named 1964 NBA Rookie of the Year: 182
Pro Football Hall of Fame opens in Canton: 126, 1968 Big Ten championship game between OSU and Michigan: 130
Cleveland Indians win the pennant: 92, Cincinnati Red Stockings become the first professional baseball team: 169
Leisure Group, Inc. moves Flexible Flyer production to Medina: 52, Annual All-American Soap Box Derby in Akron: 205
4-H Club is founded in Clark County: 155, Dedication of Buckeye Trail: 106
Columbus Checkers professional hockey team is founded: 35, Cedar Point gets first roller coaster: 230
Paul Brown is born in Norwalk: 83, Jim Thorpe wins Olympic gold medals for 1912 pentathlon and decathlon: 175
Jack Nicklaus is born in Columbus: 82, Eddie Rickenbacker retires from racecar driving: 176
Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport constructs world's first airport control tower: 76, Jerrie Mock becomes first female pilot to complete a solo flight around the world: 181
Proctor and Gamble develops ivory soap: 156, Ready mixed paints first developed by Sherwin-Williams Company: 100
James Ritty develops the first cash register: 102, Charles Brush invents arc lights: 150
John Glenn becomes the first American to orbit the Earth : 207, Thomas Hutchins surveys the Seven Ranges: 53
Albert Sabin develops polio vaccine: 179, Dr. George Crile develops the first blood transfusion system : 82
Emerson Cain develops the popular 'marcelled' potato chip: 87, William McGuffey publishes McGuffey Reader: 171
Wright Brothers of Dayton, Ohio, are first in flight : 256, Cleveland Abbe releases first official weather forecast from the Cincinnati Observatory. : 31
Ohio and Erie Canal connects Lake Erie to the Ohio River: 192, Ohio state flag is designed in 1901: 70
Jackie Mayer is crowned Miss America 1962: 107, Lilly Martin Spencer settles in Ohio: 146
Toni Morrison wins Nobel Prize for literature: 156, Louis Bromfield wins Pulitzer Prize for 'Early Autumn': 100
James Thurber publishes 'My Life and Hard Times': 152, Zane Grey publishes his best-selling novel 'Riders of the Purple Sage': 102
Colo, first gorilla born in captivity, on Dec. 22, 1956: 187, Toledo Zoo is founded: 66
White-tailed deer is named state animal: 91, Adena Effigy Pipe is named Ohio's state artifact: 163
Ohio celebrates its bicentennial in 2003: 158, Great Lakes Expo is held in Cleveland: 100
Cincinnati Music Hall is completed: 158, James Edward 'Eddie' Saunders becomes first African American DJ in Central Ohio: 99
Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart marry at Malabar Farm : 148, Annual Circleville Pumpkin Show: 113
Ohio Memory Madness
Results, round two
Extinction of the passenger pigeon: 84, Oberlin College becomes the first co-educational college in the nation: 130
Publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin: 95, Charles Young becomes first African American Colonel in U.S. Army: 103
Victoria Woodhull becomes the first woman to run for president : 101, Founding of the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb: 97
Freedom Summer, 1964: 112, Chief Logan's speech at Logan Elm: 104
Oscar Robertson is named 1964 NBA MVP and Jerry Lucas named 1964 NBA Rookie of the Year: 111, 1968 Big Ten championship game between OSU and Michigan: 86
Cincinnati Red Stockings become the first professional baseball team: 109, Annual All-American Soap Box Derby in Akron: 92
4-H Club is founded in Clark County: 97, Cedar Point gets first roller coaster: 107
Jim Thorpe wins Olympic gold medals for 1912 pentathlon and decathlon: 93, Eddie Rickenbacker retires from racecar driving: 104
Jerrie Mock becomes first female pilot to complete a solo flight around the world: 122, Proctor and Gamble develops ivory soap: 75
Charles Brush invents arc lights: 66, John Glenn becomes the first American to orbit the Earth : 134
Albert Sabin develops polio vaccine: 113, William McGuffey publishes McGuffey Reader: 83
Wright Brothers of Dayton, Ohio, are first in flight : 116, Ohio and Erie Canal connects Lake Erie to the Ohio River: 93
Lilly Martin Spencer settles in Ohio: 61, Toni Morrison wins Nobel Prize for literature: 133
James Thurber publishes 'My Life and Hard Times': 96, Colo, first gorilla born in captivity, on Dec. 22, 1956: 102
Adena Effigy Pipe is named Ohio's state artifact: 100, Ohio celebrates its bicentennial in 2003: 102
Cincinnati Music Hall is completed: 119, Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart marry at Malabar Farm : 85
Ohio Memory Madness
Results, Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ohio Memory Madness
Results, Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
Ohio Memory Madness
Results, Final Four
 
 
Ohio Memory Madness
Results, Championship