|On 08 December 1998, Paul Smith
answered the Sphinx's challenges.|
He pegged both Questions #1 and 2.
He answered Question #4.
He gave #5 a hard try.
He answered #7 on the nose.
He tried Question #8.
And, on 27 December, he returned with the answer to number 3.
|On 02 July 1999, Paul Gernock
entered the Hall of Fame.|
And with the correct answers to #1, #2, #3, #4 and #7, no less.
|On 17 October 1998, Don Harple and
James McBride together took the Sphinx's challenge.|
They correctly answered Question #1. (Congratulations!)
They gave a valid answer for Question #2.
They correctly answered Question #3.
They answered Question #4.
They called Questions #5 and #6 'insane.' (The heroic bravery!)
They correctly answered Question #7.
|On 10 November 1998, Mark McKay
took the Sphinx's challenge.|
He gave valid answers for Questions #1 and #2.
He correctly answered Question #3.
He unraveled the mystery of Question #4.
He defused Question #7.
|On 16 July 1998, Nicholas Zoss took the Sphinx's challenge.
He gave a valid answer for Question 1.
He gave the correct answer for Question 2 (in my opinion, more difficult than Question 1... good job!)
He correctly answered Question 4.
|On 17 September 1998, Dan Fabulich took the Sphinx's challenge.
He was able to name the next element in the Question 4 number sequence.
|On 24 March 1999, Anis Bziouit took
the Sphinx's challenge.|
He worked the Question 4 number sequence.