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  • 1. TRIVIA!
    November 16, 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 pitcher 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 pitcher. 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
    Which was the first of H.J. Heinz’s “57 Varieties?”
  • 6. Answer
  • 7. Question 2
    Who was the first president to use the informal version of his name?
  • 8. Answer
    Jimmy Carter
  • 9. Question 3
    Who is the only former Clemson football player with three Superbowl rings?
  • 10. Answer
    Jeff Bostic
  • 11. Question 4
    On Saved By the Bell, what was the name of the beach club the gang worked?
  • 12. Answer
    Malibu Sands Beach Club
  • 13. Question 5
    What was the highest grossing film of 2009, making $2,471,000,000?
  • 14. Answer
  • 15. Question 6
    Before it was called Ping Pong, what was the sport called?
    A) WiffWaff B) ScuttScutt
    C) PomPom D) Netto
  • 16. Answer
    A) WiffWaff
  • 17. Question 7
    In what year did Buddy Holly die?
  • 18. Answer
  • 19. Question 8
    True or False: The Fig Newton was named after the town, Newton, Massachusetts?
  • 20. Answer
  • 21. Question 9
    What candy was the first wrapped penny candy in America?
  • 22. Answer
    Tootsie Rolls
  • 23. Halftime Question (5 points)
    What are the first and last names of the 4 main characters in Sex and The City?
  • 24. Answer
    Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Charlotte York-Goldenblatt, and Miranda Hobbes
  • 25. ROUND TWO
  • 26. Question 11
    What was the character name of the coffee shop worker on Friends who was in love with character Rachel Green? He is also a Clemson graduate!
  • 27. Answer
  • 28. Question 12
    Within 50, how many calories does a McDonald’s Big Mac have?
  • 29. Answer
    540 calories
  • 30. Question 13
    At the CMA’s this past week, who won 2010 New Artist of the Year?
  • 31. Answer
    Zac Brown Band
  • 32. Question 14
    What are the birthstone of months May, July and October?
  • 33. Answer
    May: Emerald
    July: Ruby
    October: Opal
  • 34. Question 15
    True or False: The teddy bear was named after President Theodore Roosevelt.
  • 35. Answer
  • 36. Question 16
    What country does this flag represent?
  • 37. Answer
  • 38. Question 17
    Who played Luke Skywalker in “Star Wars”?
  • 39. Answer
    Mark Hamill
  • 40. Question 18
    In what state was the KrispyKreme Doughnut company founded?
  • 41. Answer
    North Carolina
  • 42. Question 19
    Which of the following is a town in the most number of states?
    A) Springfield B) Centerville
    C) Franklin D) Fairfield
  • 43. Answer
    B) Centerville, it is a town in a total of 45 states
  • 44. FINAL QUESTION!!!!
    List the 7 continents in order from largest to smallest according to land size.
  • 45. Answer
    Asia (44,579,000 km2)
    Africa (30,065,000)
    North America (24,256,000)
    South America (17,819,000)
    Antarctica (13,209,000)
    Europe (9,938,000)
    Australia (7,687,000)