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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Trivia for 2/11/2016

What movie actor started his life with the name Archibald Leach?

1. Alan Alda
2. Michael Caine
3. Cary Grant
4. Tony Curtis
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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Trivia for 2/10/2016

In the long-running American sit-com 'M*A*S*H', actor Gary Burghoff portrayed the character Radar O'Reilly for eight seasons. What was the home town of Corporal O'Reilly?

1. Duluth, Minnesota
2. Toledo, Ohio
3. Bloomington, Illinois
4. Ottumwa, Iowa
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Trivia for 2/9/2016

Sir Edmund Hillary is generally credited with being the first man to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Another expedition - 30 years earlier - may have reached the summit first. Who led that earlier expedition?

1. Ernest Shackleton
2. George Mallory
3. Robert Scott
4. Richard Peary
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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Trivia for 2/8/2016

A primitive group of hoofed mammals, the Mesonychids, gave rise to a present-day group of marine mammals. What modern-day animals did the Mesonychids evolve into?

1. Whales
2. Polar bears
3. Seals
4. Otters
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Trivia for 2/7/2016

At which Olympics was synchronized swimming admitted as a full medal sport?

1. Montreal, 1976
2. Seoul, 1988
3. Sydney, 2000
4. Los Angeles, 1984
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Friday, February 5, 2016

Trivia for 2/6/2016

In 1683, the Ottoman forces of the Sultan Mohammed IV laid siege to Vienna, capital of the Austrian Hapsburg family empire and the last bastion against the advancing tide of Islam. Which Polish king led the relieving force that raised the siege and saved the city?

1. John II Casimir
2. Augustus II
3. John III Sobieski
4. Sigismund III
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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Trivia for 2/5/2016

Who was the MVP of the first Super Bowl?

1. Len Dawson
2. Joe Namath
3. Johnny Unitas
4. Bart Starr
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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Trivia for 2/4/2016

Are Christopher Columbus' remains resting in?

1. Seville, Spain
2. Columbus, Ohio
3. Bangor, Maine
4. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Trivia for 2/3/2016

It's enough to make you sick...what species of domestic poultry contributed the virus that gives us the "flu"?

1. The turkey
2. The duck
3. The goose
4. The chicken
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Trivia for 2/2/2016

In 1882 this African elephant was sold to Barnum and Bailey Circus. He became the focal point for the circus, until he was struck by a freight train in 1885 in Canada and killed. What famous elephant is this?

1. Jumbo
2. Peanuts
3. Mumbo
4. Dumbo
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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Trivia for 2/1/2016

On November 17, 1968, the U.S. network NBC broke away from a sporting event so that 'Heidi' could be televised at exactly 7:00 P.M. Which type of American sporting event was interrupted in favor of that film?

1. Basketball
2. Tennis
3. Hockey
4. Football
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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Trivia for 1/31/2016

Which Shakespeare play was referenced by 1983's "Strange Brew"?

1. Macbeth
2. Julius Caesar
3. Hamlet
4. The Merchant of Venice
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Friday, January 29, 2016

Trivia for 1/30/2016

What number is between 7 and 8 on a dartboard?

1. 3
2. 9
3. 10
4. 16
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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Trivia for 1/29/2016

The college draft was created in 1936 to break the dominance of the Chicago Bears and New York Giants. Who was the first #1 draft pick?

1. Ki Aldrich
2. Corbett Davis
3. Sam Francis
4. Jay Berwanger
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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Trivia for 1/28/2016

What do scientists regard as the most intelligent of livestock?

1. The horse
2. The mule
3. The cow
4. The pig
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Trivia for 1/27/2016

Perhaps the most famous address in literary history, 221B Baker Street, London, England was the home of which of these noted characters?

1. Elizabeth Bennett
2. Sherlock Holmes
3. Samuel Pickwick
4. Oliver Twist
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Monday, January 25, 2016

Trivia for 1/26/2016

Who was brought to Rome from Carthage as a slave but impressed his master so much that not only was he emancipated, but also given a classic Roman education and became a celebrated playwright?

1. Ovid
2. Seneca
3. Tertullian
4. Terence
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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Trivia for 1/25/2016

If you journeyed to the very center of the earth, what two main elements would you find?

1. Iron and copper
2. Iron and nickel
3. Aluminum and iron
4. Carbon and hydrogen
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Trivia for 1/24/2016

Which U.S. president let his pet cow, Pauline, graze on the White House lawn?

1. Millard Fillmore
2. Herbert Hoover
3. Teddy Roosevelt
4. William Howard Taft
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Friday, January 22, 2016

Trivia for 1/23/2016

Charles Darwin is certainly more remembered for his writings on evolution than on earthworms. By what mechanism did he propose evolution occurred?

1. Directed evolution
2. Natural selection
3. Convergent evolution
4. Punctuated equilibria
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