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Three-generation Trivia 44 team hopes this is its year (with video)

2:26 AM, Apr. 17, 2013
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For the last four years, the team Dad's Computers has taken three second-place finishes in the annual World's Largest Trivia Contest hosted by WWSP, the campus radio station at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

Members of the three-generation team are hoping that this year's contest - Trivia 44 - is their time to add a first-place trophy.

Rick Bamberg, 69, of Plover, started Dad's Computers in 1978, naming the team as a spinoff of another longtime trivia team, Mom's Computers. The team is entering its 35th year playing the trivia contest, and its membership now spans three ...

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