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100

What country covers more than 194,000 square miles of the Iberian Peninsula?

Spain

100

Who said, in his Berlin speech, "ich bin ein Berliner"?

JFK

100

What disease did Mary Mallon carry?

Typhoid Fever (Typhoid Mary)

100

Who played the "Good Witch" in the "Wizard of Oz"?

Billie Burke

100

What does NIT stand for?

National Invitational Tournament

200

What river is Nigeria named after?

The Niger River

200

Who was the Commander-in-Chief of the Confederate armies?

Robert E. Lee

200

What are you if your IQ is below 25?

An Idiot

200

What did George Burns, Groucho Marks, and W.C. Fields share a love for?

Cigars

200

Who gave the famous "win one for the Gipper" speech?

Knute Rockne

300

What's the worlds smallest independent state?

Vatican City

300

Which veteran astronaut made a trip into space at the age of 77?

John Glenn

300

Where did Phileas Fogg begin and end his 80 day trip around the world?

London

300

What's the pronoun in the title of Robert Graves' work about Claudius?

I ( I, Claudius)

300

What former NBA star was named for a type of steak his parents saw on the menu just before he was born?

"Kobe" Bryant

400

What's Europes longest river?

The Danube

400

The completion of which famous U.S. landmark did Editor Pulitzer shame the the public into financing through donations?

The base for the State of Liberty

400

What camera, invented in 1948, revolutionized the speed with which photographs were available to the shooter?

Polaroid (Invented by Edwin Land)

400

What is the longest running TV Western?

Gunsmoke

400

What's the only major golf tournament Arnold Palmer never won?

The PGA

500

What three European countries names begin with the letter "A"?

Austria, Andorra, Albania

500

The wearing of what colorful item was discontinued in 1782 as a punishment for adulterers?

A Scarlet Letter "A" to be sewn on your clothing for life. Hawthorn's book "The Scarlet Letter" depicts this.

500

What's the winter counterpart to estivation? Think H.

Hybernation

500

If you put the last names of the "Three Tenors" in alphabetical order, who would be first?

Jose Carreras (Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti are the other two)

500

What NFL quarterback and kicker played 26 seasons for the Bears, Oilers, and Raiders?

George Blanda

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