(* After playing "Get a Job" (song #10), the DJ remarked that the song "may have significance, depending on your draw in last week's draft lottery." That draft occurred on December 1, 1969.)
|191||The Grand Duchy of Fenwick|
|179||The Fort (Fort Moosac)|
|140||The Grand Duchy of Fenwick|
|121||The American Legion|
|11||Morgan Middle East|
|5||The Faculty Club|
|2||The Insidious Fu Manchu|
|?||The Republic of ???|
These were the scores as of 6:30-7 AM, and are the last totals available. The figures may have represented overall standings after six hours. As you can see, Gladden increased its lead over the Grand Duchy from 10 to 13 points, while the Fort actually closed the gap ever so slightly on the 1-2 teams.
Alas, the Gladden team was made up of Class of '70 seniors. And when the Spring 1970 semester was cancelled due to student protests, the Trivia contest was swallowed up in the commotion. Even though alumni participation in the contest had already begun (and would be a major factor in the early 1970s), Gladden was unable to return in force the following Winter to put on "their" contest.
Luckily, a group of Agard people (including future filmmaker and screenwriter John Sayles) would carpe the diem, taking it upon themselves to run the Winter 1970 contest in Gladden's absence. (Presumably not the Agard crew that scored 2 points in this contest.)
The Grand Duchy would win that 1970 game in a come-from-behind effort over both The Sparkletones and Carter House (featuring the graduated Frank Ferry). Though the Duchy was one of Trivia's earliest superteams, that would end up being their only crown.