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Round 1

Question Number Question Answer
1. What color spot led tot he death of Billy Bones in "Treasure Island"? Black
2. Which European country replaced the Markka with the Euro? Finland
3. What movie star had hit records singing with Ewan McGregor and Robbie Williams? Nicole Kidman
4. Where were the 1988 Olympics held? Seoul, South Korea
5. What constellation is represented by scales? Libra
6. What is by far the best known product by Victorinox? Swiss Army Knife
7. What basketball player starred alongside Jean Claude Van Damme in the movie "Double Team"? Dennis Rodman
8. "Cirque du Soleil" hails from what country? Canada
9. What is measured in Millibars? Pressure
10. The remains of which ancient city are found in Iraq? Babylon
Tie Breaker What was first marketed with hillbilly-themed advertising, since its name is an euphemism for moonshine? Mountain Dew

Round 2

Question Number Question Answer
1. In what literary work would you find the Yahoos? Gulliver's Travels
2. What lake is the world's deepest lake? Lake Baikal
3. Who provided the voice of "Garfield" in the two theatrically-released movies? Bill Murray
4. Who was assassinated by Leon Czolgosz? President William McKinley
5. The Campbell-Stokes Recorder measures what with a glass ball? Sunshine
6. What common office supply item is named for the Asian "abaca" fiber used to make them? Manila envelopes
7. What 1971 film was partially set in the Korova Milk Bar? A Clockwork Orange
8. In which sport would you expect to find a Short Stop? Baseball
9. What is a characteristic of a "nimbus" cloud? Rain
10. Harare is the capital of what country? Zimbabwe
Tie Breaker Of the four suits in a deck of cards, which suit is the highest ranking in a game of bridge? Spades

Round 3

Question Number Question Answer
1. Which musical was based on H. G. Wells novel "Kipps: The Story of a Simple Soul"? Half a Sixpence
2. Budapest is the capital of which European country? Hungary
3. Which group had albums called "Fireball" and "Machine Head"? Deep Purple
4. William de Tracy played a part in the murder of which "chief overseer"? Archbishop Thomas Becket
5. What is the only dog rated above the Basset Hound for its sense of smell? Bloodhound
6. What accordion-laden type of dancing is the official state dance of Wisconsin? Polka
7. What Van Halen album, featuring Sammy Hagar on vocals, had only numbers in the title? 5150
8. What is water that is safe to drink referred to as? Potable
9. The vernal equinox is the beginning of what? Spring
10. What Mexican ciudad sits across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas? Ciudad Juarez
Tie Breaker Who was knocked out in 1974 by the "rope-a-dope" method? George Forman
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