Alibi V.24 No.16 • April 16-22, 2015 

Crib Notes

Crib Notes: April 16, 2015

Universal Studios
1) Albuquerque’s new Superintendent of Public Schools is none other than ____________________.

a) Dr. Brad Allison

b) Dr. Luis Valentino

c) Dr. Analee Maestas

d) Ms. Hanna Skandera

The Samuel Goldwyn Company
2) A district judge recently _____________________.

a) Took Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg off a landmark police shooting case

b) Declared New Mexico a sovereign kingdom

c) Enforced a court mandate requiring that pizza be served at all weddings

d) Spent hours gathering ideas from “Law & Order: SVU” episodes

Producers Releasing Corporation
3) In local boxing news, Burque’s Josh “Pit Bull” Torres won a version of the super lightweight belt against contender _______________________ last weekend at the Albuquerque Convention Center.

a) Pinky Mitchell

b) Floyd Mayweather Jr.

c) Johnny Bumphus

d) Ranee Ganoy

20th Century Fox
4) Illegal street racing is apparently going on along _____________________.

a) Central Avenue

b) Bridge Boulevard

c) Tramway Boulevard

d) North Fourth Street

Orion Pictures
5) Last Sunday afternoon, the Albuquerque Isotopes bested the _____________________ 16-10.

a) The Reno Aces

b) The Los Angeles Dodgers

c) The Albuquerque Dukes

d) The Washington Senators

Answers:

1) B. Dr. Luis Valentino, a veteran educator and administator from San Francisco, Calif., was named to the sometimes controversial, pivotal leadership post last weekend.

2) A. Second Judicial District Judge Alisa Hadfield made her historic ruling on Thursday, disqualifying Brandenburg from prosecuting two cops charged in the alleged murder of a homeless man last March.

3) D. Torres beat Ganoy in a majority decision after a brutal bout.

4) C. Local residents say that Tramway Boulevard—especially the section that passes through the Sandia Heights neighborhood—seems to be plagued by speed demons.

5) A. A high-scoring game saw Burque’s Isotopes score five runs in the fourth inning and six in the eighth. The final score was a 16-10 victory over the Reno Aces by our local Rockies farm squad.