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Question 1:


Though in existence for centuries, this device became popular in the 1920s. Its techniques are sleeping, looping, off-string, and freehand.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
yo-yo
tennis racket
jump rope
snowboard

Question 2:


This stand-up comedian received 4 Grammy Awards for his comedy albums and was the first person to host Saturday Night Live.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Richard Pryor
George Carlin
Lenny Bruce
Steve Martin

Question 3:


In the 1989 movie Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, which historical figure do the boys NOT bring back for their history presentation?
Genghis Khan
George Washington
Billy the Kid
Socrates

Question 4:


When a contestant selects the "Daily Double" on the game show Jeopardy! what is the least amount the player can wager?
$250
$100
$5
$50

Question 5:


This Greek goddess, daughter of Zeus and Metis, is the virgin patron of Athens. The Parthenon was built as her temple.
Venus
Hera
Aphrodite
Athena

Question 6:


This is the 3rd largest city in Germany and the capital of its largest state, Bavaria.
Nuremberg
Munich
Berlin
Hamburg

Question 7:


Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005, this 2nd baseman and 1984 National League MVP, played almost his entire career with the Chicago Cubs.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Ryne Sandberg
Lou Piniella
Ernie Banks
Ron Santo

Question 8:


This word is Sanskrit for "Great Soul," and is used like the title "Saint." Some believe that it was first used in 1915 when speaking of Ghandi.
Mohandas
Master
Mehta
Mahatma

Question 9:


This "61*" and "The Punisher" actor was born Thomas Elliott III in Baltimore, MD. He studied at the Lee Strasburg Theatre Institute in Hollywood. He married actress Patricia Arquette in 2004.
Thomas Jane
Mark Wahlberg
Will Patton
Nicolas Cage

Question 10:


The weekly news magazine Newsweek was launched in 1933. It has a worldwide circulation of over 4 million, and is printed in Japanese, Korean, Arabic, English, Polish, Russian, and Spanish. Where is the magazine published?
Washington, D.C.,
Chicago
London
New York City

 


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