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  • 1. TRIVIA October 26, 2010
  • 2. Rules • 20 Questions with 2 Rounds – The First Round Questions are worth 1 Point Each – The Second Round Questions are worth 2 Points • One Halftime Question: Worth 5 Points • One Final Question: Wager up to 10 Points
  • 3. Rules • Grab some paper and a pen from the bar for your team and turn in your team’s answer into the bucket on the bar • Choose a team name. Right your team name on EACH answer you turn in. If there’s no team name, you get no points. • I will read the question then play a song. You will have until the end of the song to get your answers into the bucket. If your team doesn’t have a response when I collect them, sorry, your team is too slow and you get no points. • Spelling does NOT count • NO cell phones, computers, iTouches, etc.
  • 4. ROUND ONE
  • 5. Question 1 Tonight at Wingin’ It, 10% of the proceeds will go towards March of Dimes. Their mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. How many cents of every dollar raised tonight will go directly towards this mission?
  • 6. Answer 95 cents
  • 7. Question 2 What planet is the Earth closest in size to?
  • 8. Answer Venus
  • 9. Question 3 How many amendments have been added to the US Constitution?
  • 10. Answer 27
  • 11. Question 4 The average person falls asleep in how many minutes?
  • 12. Answer 7 Minutes
  • 13. Question 5 What year was Super Bowl I?
  • 14. Answer 1967
  • 15. Question 6 True or False: It is illegal to have a pet dog in Iceland.
  • 16. Answer True
  • 17. Question 7 What is the only animal whose milk does not curdle?
  • 18. Answer Camel
  • 19. Question 8 In what year did the United States adopt the phrase, “In God We Trust”? A) 1900 B) 1847 C) 1956 D) 1817
  • 20. Answer C) 1956
  • 21. Question 9 What is the largest tree in South Caroina?
  • 22. Answer Angel Oak
  • 23. HALFTIME QUESTION The easternmost, westernmost, southernmost, and largest countries of Africa all begin with the same letter. Name 3 of these countries.
  • 24. Answer Westernmost: Sengal Easternmost: Somalia Southmost: South Africa Largest: Sudan
  • 25. Question 11 Within 3 inches, how long is the average giraffe’s tongue?
  • 26. Answer 20 Inches
  • 27. Question 12 Which of the following countries is not available on Google’s Bird’s Eye View? A) Poland B) Greece C) France D) Antartica
  • 28. Answer B) Greece
  • 29. Question 13 Who was the only President to be a licensed bartender?
  • 30. Answer Abraham Lincoln
  • 31. Question 14 How many miles is an Iron Man Triathlon?
  • 32. Answer 140.4 miles
  • 33. Question 15 What four schools has Bobby Bowden coached?
  • 34. Answer Howard, South Georgia, West Virginia, and FSU
  • 35. Question 16 Within 2000, how many acres is Clemson’s campus?
  • 36. Answer 17,000 acres
  • 37. Question 17 What word in the English language has the most definitions?
  • 38. Answer Set, it has 464 different definitions
  • 39. Question 18 Who hosted the Summer Olympics in 1932? A) London B) Tokyo C) Los Angeles D) Sapporo
  • 40. Answer C) Los Angeles
  • 41. Question 19 What is the name for the symbol on the pound key?
  • 42. Answer An octothorpe
  • 43. FINAL QUESTION List these states in order from smallest to largest, based on their areas (square miles): Michigan Kentucky Pennsylvania New Mexico Florida South Dakota
  • 44. Answer Kentucky (40 square miles) Pennsylvania (46) Florida (66) South Dakota (77) Michigan (98) New Mexico (121)
  • 45. Thank You for Playing! • Winners can come up to the bar and collect their Gift Certificates! • Thanks to Gamma Sigma Sigma for their participation tonight!! • Stick around for BATTLE OF THE BANDS! Featuring SCHMEEK • Next Trivia will be on Tuesday, November 9th and the theme will be CELEBRITY TRIVIA!

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