POTPOURRI FOR 500 ... PART 25


A random assortment of trivia questions, some multi-part. some with single answers. All parts of an answer are worth 10 points, therefore if a question has a 3 part answer, that would be worth a total of 30 points (total points available per question are in parentheses to the left of each question). Total available points are 500 (hence the name of the quiz!) To earn 10 points, first and last names are required. First or last name only earns 5 points.

1.(100 points)WILBURY - MANIA!!! Name the 5 musicians who led the first Traveling Wilbury's album, and the nicknames assigned the 5 of them for that first album.
2.(20 points)Name the 2 NBA coaches to lead teams in each of the four divisions to the playoffs.
3.(60 points)Name the six items (other than Matzoh) which are found on a Passover Seder plate.
4.(10 points)In the Stanley Kubrick version of "The Shining", whose model bat did Jack Nicholson use when he was bashing in the door?
5.(50 points)Who are the last 4 lefthanded batters to hit 3 homeruns in one game at Fenway Park?
6.(20 points)GEOGRAPHY: A) What is the only country which shares it's name with a U.S. State, B) US Route 1 and Interstate 95 generally run from Maine to Florida together. Where is the one stretch of road though, which is simultaneously Route 1 North, and Route 95 South?
7.(10 points)Who was the last NHL'er to NOT wear a helmet during play?
8.(10 points)MUSIC MATH: Springsteen's channels plus Music Man's trombones
9.(20 points)What were the names of the songs on the original flip sides of these 45's : A) Jim Stafford's "Spiders and Snakes", B) Ike & Tina Turner's "Proud Mary"
10.(40 points)Provide the artist and titles for these obscure song lyrics: A) I'd rather crawl through poison ivy, drink Ex-Lax all day long, B) She was a girl in the bunker, oh what a beautiful body.
11.(50 points)FAME ON PARADE: Identify the following celebrities who have been arrested: A) SNL'er caught with male transvestite prostitute, B) Movie star caught with Divine prostitute, C) Former band mate of Neil Young charged with kidnapping, D) Athlete/TV Star charged with double murder of his wife and another man, E) Wayne's World star videotaped his best work
12.(40 points)RIBBONS: Every cause has a ribbon color. Identify the original use for the following two ribbon colors, and the person whose name is affiliated with those ribbons. I believe they were the first two to be utilized: A) Yellow, B) Green
13.(30 points)VOICE OF SPORTS: Identify these famous sports voices: A) Los Angeles Lakers long time radio voice, B) Boston Celtics deceased long time radio voice, C) Philadelphia 76er's Public Address voice.
14.(30 points)BRAINTEASERS: A) If you have a one mile track, and need to average 60 miles per hour for two laps around that track, and you average 30 mph for the first lap, what speed must you average for the second lap to achieve the 60 mph overall speed? B) If a plane crashes on the border of Canada and the United States, in which country would they bury the survivors? C) Who is buried in Grant's Tomb?
15.(20 points)In what country was best selling author Winston Churchill born, and what was his first book to hit the Top 10 on the Best Seller's list?
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