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Jock Names, III

written by: mwprods
 
Try to slamdunk the answers in this face-off against ten more questions about athletes' monikers, actual or made up.

Question 1:


He's not a Priest or Deacon, but in court, this Atlanta Falcons defensive veteran has a real first name he can swear to.
Lawyer Milloy
Judge Fielding
Barrister James
Lawyer Mallory

Question 2:


At 5'3", Muggsy Bogues was the smallest player in NBA history but he was big enough to outgrow his real given name, Moses.
False
True

Question 3:


Knute is perhaps the most famous name in college football but it was not Coach Rockne's real first name.
False
True

Question 4:


Duke, Dizzy, Peewee, Satchel, Whitey, Yogi: all of these famous baseball "handles" were nicknames, except for one, which was a given first name.
True
False

Question 5:


What was the nickname of Byron White, the only professional football player ever appointed to the Supreme Court?
Whizzer
Whiz Kid
Whitey
Ambulance Chaser

Question 6:


What was the real name of Connie Mack, the legendary manager of the Philadelphia A's?
Cornelius McGillicuddy
Casey McDonald
Connie MacDonald
Cornelius Macdougal

Question 7:


The three DiMaggio brothers, who played major league baseball at the same time, were actually born with which of the following names?
Joseph, Dominico, Vincente
Guido, Dom, Vincenzo
Chico, Zeppo, Irving
Guiseppe, Dominic, Vincent

Question 8:


The Alous, with four family members in the MLB, may lineup as baseball's most impressive brood, but only one Alou boasts even the hint of a nickname. What is it?
Mo
Matty
Jessie
Marty

Question 9:


Which of the boxing champions below carried a name into the ring most different from his actual birth name?
Max Baer
Sugar Ray Robinson
Jack Dempsey
Rocky Marciano

Question 10:


Is it true that Pancho Segura and Pancho Gonzalez, who were both kings on the tennis court, were christened with the same first name.
No
Yes

 


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