Answers to the GeoQuiz from Page 12C:1. Jerusalem is in Israel, as you may know, and is not on the Nile.
2a. Aswan High Dam, which is 364 feet high and holds 5.97 trillion cubic feet of water.
2b. Lake Nasser. Gamal Abdel Nasser was Egypt's president from 1958 until his death in 1970.
3. The Mediterranean Sea is to the north and the Red Sea is to the east.
4. Miami and New Orleans. Ponce de Leon landed in Florida on April 2, 1513, named it "Pascua de Florida," meaning "feast of flowers," and claimed it for Spain. It is no longer part of Spain, in case you were wondering. Louisiana was named by explorer Sieur de la Salle in 1682 to honor King Louis XIV.
Miami, by the way, will take the lead next year when it hosts Super Bowl XLIV.
5. Dallas, Pittsburgh and San Francisco. Each has five wins. Pittsburgh will go for No. 6 tonight.
The Trinity River flows through Dallas, Alcatraz is the site of an infamous federal prison in San Francisco Bay, and the Allegheny and Monongahela come together at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.
6. Pennsylvania. The players: Joe Namath, MVP of Super Bowl III with the New York Jets, and Joe Montana, MVP of Super Bowls XVI, XIX and and XXIV with the San Francisco 49ers.
7. Detroit hosted the 1982 and 2006 Super Bowls. The Lions sleep tonight on their normal schedule because they were zombies during an 0-16 season just completed.