Well, this round turns out to be an historic one. This is gonna be the round remembered through the ages as Potpourri for 490. Question 4 was improperly worded, and although there is a valid answer for the man with the most NHL All-Star appearances, 2nd place has a log-jam. So we're looking just for the guy with the most appearances, and 490 is all the points you can get!
|1. (20 points)||BANNED IN THE USA! Identify the following folks who suffered from censorship in the United States: A) Singer who changed his name to Yusef Islam. B) Music group including David "Mr. Mix" Hobbs & Chris "Fresh Kid-Ice" Won Wong|
|2. (30 points)||Who sang the songs "Girl You Know It's True", "Baby Don't Forget My Number", and "All or Nothing"?|
|3. (60 points)||Name the kids who found the Golden Tickets in Charlie (or Willy Wonka) and the Chocolate Factory. Also, what is the name of the group of vertically challenged workers at the chocolate factory?|
|4. (10 points)||What man has played in the most NHL All Star Games?|
|5. (60 points)||List the 6 nicknames shared by two different teams among the NHL, NBA, MLB, and NFL.|
|6. (50 points)||A) What year did Dick Clark's "New Year's Rockin' Eve" debut in, and which of his guests from that show fit these descriptions: B) 30 year old Australian, C) US pop group with 3 #1 hits in prior 3 years, D) 26 year old former and future gospel singer, E) Artist who recorded on 'Get Back' and 'Let it Be'.|
|7. (30 points)||Name the 3 traditional types of Greek Columns.|
|8. (30 points)||Identify the three Not Ready For Prime Time Players who are now deceased|
|9. (20 points)||Identify these probable future Hall of Famers by the cities they've played in: A) Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, New York; B) Los Angeles, Tampa, San Francisco|
|10. (30 points)||SLOGAN TIME -- Identify the companies: A) The Mark of Excellence, B) The Quality Goes in Before the Name Goes On, C) Takes a Licking and Keeps on Ticking|
|11. (90 points)||Name the nine men who became National League Rookies of the Year under Tom Lasorda or Bill Russell.|
|12. (10 points)||What was Junior Samples' phone number on Hee-Haw?|
|13. (20 points)||Without checking your closet, who was the Playboy Playmate the month Jimmy Carter's interview appeared, and what celebrity did she later marry?|
|14. (20 points)||SHIPSHAPE -- What was the name of the ship which A) crashed into New Orleans in December '96, and B) The cruise ship which ran aground off Nantucket in 1995|
|15. (10 points)||What late 1996 hit movie starred the son of the man who sang the hit song "Everybody Plays the Fool"?|
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