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100

The energetic dancer who sang and danced to “Singing in the Rain”

Who is:

A. Gene Kelly

B. Doris Day

C. Frank Sinatra 

A. Gene Kelly

100

In 1797, Three French agents asked for a $250,000 bribe from the U.S. in what came to be known as this "Affair" 

What is:
A. ABC Affair

B. XYZ Affair

C. WAR Affair

B. XYZ Affair

100

Number of states that touch the Pacific Ocean 

What is:

A. 2

B. 5

C. 10

B. 5

100

The tree that is sometimes described as "weeping"

What is:

A. Oak

B. Willow

C. Walnut

B. Willow

100

the national dish of America

What is:

A. Waffle

B. Spaghetti

C. Hamburger

C. Hamburger

200

Mark Twain's real name

What is:

A. Franklin Witherspoon

B. Samuel Clemens

C. Mark Twain

B. Samuel Clemens

200

The start of the Persian Gulf War in January 1991 was known as Operation this
What is:
A. Desert Strom

B. Red Dawn

C. Rolling Thunder

A. Desert Strom

200

Wyoming’s largest lake, it lies right in the middle of a national park

What is:

A. Teton Lake

B. Yellowstone Lake

C. Devils Lake

B. Yellowstone Lake

200

When a hydrogen bomb is detonated, it creates this gas

What is:

A. Helium

B. Nitrogen

C. Carbon Dioxide 

A. Helium

200
The name of the lookout platform high on the mast on a sailing ship

What is:

A. Eagle's nest

B. Robin's nest

C. Crow's nest

C. Crow's nest

300

“Harlem,” sometimes called “A Dream Deferred,” is probably the most famous poem by this man 

Who is:

A. John Keats 

B. Langston Hughes

C. Robert Frost

B. Langston Hughes

300

The 1948 airlift to this capital city was designed to prevent a Soviet blockade

What is:

A. Berlin

B. Moscow

C. Budapest

A. Berlin

300

He won the 1953 Nobel Prize for Literature partly for his six-volume history of World War II 

Who is:

A. Ernest Hemingway 

B. Winston Churchill

C. Kurt Vonnegut

B. Winston Churchill

300

he first woman in space came from this country

What is:

A. USA
B. Japan

C. Soviet Union

C. Soviet Union

300

This city opened the first revolving restaurant in 1961

What is:

A. Seattle

B. New York

C. Dallas

A. Seattle

400

Ronald Reagan played George Armstrong Custer in the film named for this New Mexico Trail

What is:

A. Winsor Trail

B. Santa Fe Trail

C. Pino Trail

B. Santa Fe Trail

400

In 1935, under U.S. rule, it became a commonwealth with Manuel Quezon as president 

What is:
A. Philippines

B. Costa Rica

C. Guam 

A. Philippines

400

This first place that was mentioned on the moon

What is:

A. Hollywood

B. Houston

C. Disney World

B. Houston

400

In 1967 Dr. Christian Barnard performed the first transplant of what human organ in South Africa

What is:

A. Liver

B. Heart

C. Brain 

B. Heart

400

The number of consecutive NHL Stanley Cup titles that the New York Islanders won during the 1980s

What is:
A. 4

B. 6

C. 8

A. 4

500

The brothers that sang Bye Bye Love, Wake up Little Susie, All I have to do is Dream

Who is:

A. Beach Boys

B. The Everly Brothers

C. Bee Gees

B. The Everly Brothers

500

In the lead up to the U.S. Civil War, which state was the first to withdraw

What is:

A. North Carolina

B. South Carolina

C. Alaska

B. South Carolina

500

The smallest and shallowest of the world’s five oceans 

What is:

A. Arctic

B. Indian

C. Southern

A. Arctic

500

In 1960 the most powerful earthquake ever recorded 9.5 on the Richter scale was here

What is:

A. South America

B. North America

C. Japan

A. South America

500

The country whose Olympic athletes sport the letters "RSA" on their vests

What is:

A. Russia

B. Sudan

C. South Africa

C. South Africa

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