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HQ Trivia Questions and HQ Trivia Answers
HQ Trivia September 3 (5:00 pm) ($10,000 Prize)
(1) For several years, the US Library of Congress kept a log of every single what?
- Call you make to grandma
- Second helping of pie
- Tweet (Correct)
(2) The city of Carlsbad, New Mexico is known for being near what geographical feature?
- Caverns (Correct)
- Leprechaun jungle
- Alpine lakes
(3) Which of these is a common nickname for a person from Wisconsin?
- Cheesehead (Correct)
(4) The “A” in the College Board’s SAT exam originally stood for what?
- Aptitude (Correct)
(5) A rebellion known as the Bear Flag Revolt inspired the current flag of what state?
- North Dakota
- California (Correct)
(6) Cesar Chavez helped improve treatment of farm workers by encouraging a boycott of what produce?
- Grapes (Correct)
(7) Which of these animal parts is NOT the name of a type of chili pepper?
- Goat horn
- Elephant trunk
- Cat’s paw (Correct)
(8) An 1846 painting by Thomas Cole is one of the first American depictions of what?
- Picnic (Correct)
- Pool party
(9) In an Oscar-winning role, who formed a union by writing the word “UNION” on cardboard?
- Marlon Brando
- Meryl Streep
- Sally Field (Correct)
(10) In the 1980s, which of these comedians emceed a White House Correspondents’ Dinner?
- Carrot Top
- Yakov Smirnoff (Correct)
- Jeff Foxworthy
(11) In 1620, which of these was the first name of one of the passengers on the Mayflower?
- Wrestling (Correct)
(12) When cheerleaders first became popular in the US, which of these terms was used to refer to them?
- Yell squad (Correct)
- Rally criers
- Spirit saluters
** 1,675 people won around $5.97 each!
HQ Trivia September 3 (7:00 pm) ($1,000 Prize)
(1) The tallest player on a basketball court usually plays what position?
- Team dad
- Center (Correct)
(2) Which of these machines are you likely to see during an ice hockey game?
- Bullpen cart
- Zamboni (Correct)
- Jet ski
(3) What player just set the record for richest contract for a defender in NFL history?
- Khalil Mack (Correct)
- Von Miller
- Richard Sherman
(4) Jessica Mendoza is the first woman to perform what job in a nationally aired postseason MLB game?
- Bullpen catcher
- On-air analyst (Correct)
(5) Which college football team has a pregame tradition with a bird that lands on the 50-yard line?
- Virginia Tech Hokies
- Stanford Cardinals
- Auburn Tigers (Correct)
(6) What Olympic medal did the US men’s basketball team win the last time it had an all-amateur roster?
- Bronze (Correct)
(7) Who was responsible for forming the WTA to unite women’s professional tennis players?
- Martina Navratilova
- Billie Jean King (Correct)
- Chris Evert
(8) What college was the last before Alabama to open the season ranked No. 1 in football by the AP Poll?
- Florida State
- Ohio State (Correct)
(9) What city’s team won the Super Bowl in the last strike-shortened NFL season?
- Washington (Correct)
- San Francisco
(10) In what league are agents allowed to take the highest percentage of their clients’ earnings?
(11) What team was Notre Dame playing when Knute Rockne told them to “win one for the Gipper”?
- Michigan State
- Army (Correct)
(12) Curt Flood helped create modern free agency when he rejected a trade to what MLB team?
- Phillies (Correct)
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