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The Good Ole Days

written by: csredcat
 
This quiz contains multiple choice questions that might bring back some memories. It is my very first quiz, so I hope you like it!

Question 1:


How old was Bobby Fischer when he won the US chess championship on January 8th 1958?
19
22
14
12

Question 2:


What was the previous name of the Los Angeles Dodgers?
The Bronx Dodgers
The Kansas City Dodgers
The Baltimore Dodgers
The Brooklyn Dodgers

Question 3:


In 1958, Pope Pius XII designated an Italian saint as the patron saint for television.
False
True

Question 4:


How much did Harvard University's tuition and fees total for the 1958-1959 school year?
$5,110
$2,925
$1,250
$3,225

Question 5:


On the popular TV show The Honeymooners, Ralph worked as a bus driver for this fictional company.
Metro Bus Company
Gotham Bus Company
Red and Tan Bus Company
Cityline Bus Company

Question 6:


When was Kevin Bacon born?
April 8th 1960
May 8th 1958
April 8th 1959
July 8th 1958

Question 7:


Who won the 1958 Academy Award for Best Actress?
Helen Hayes
Wendy Miller
Althea Gibson
Susan Hayward

Question 8:


What singer won the 1958 Grammy Award for Best Male Vocal Performance?
Perry Como for the song Catch a Falling Star
Domenico Mondugno for the song Nel Blu Dipinto
Bobby Darin for the song Dream Lover
Dick Dale for the song Let's Go Tripping

Question 9:


Who was Vice President under President Dwight D. Eisenhower, when the Alaska Statehood Act was signed?
John L Truman
Brian V Mitchell
Nelson A Rockafeller
Richard Nixon

Question 10:


Hammerfest, which is often referred to as the northernmost town in Europe, is located in this Scandinavian country.
Norway
Finland
Sweden
Switzerland

 


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