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Dec 20, 2005
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trivia 7/5
Donald Trump has a moth named after him, Kate Winslet has a beetle, Hugh
Hefner has a rabbit and Steven Spielberg has a pterosaur .

1. How many players are on the Court for a game of Volleyball ?
2. What was Anthony Quinn's Country of Birth ?
a. - Greece
b. - Spain
c. - Mexico
d. - USA
3. What brunette starred with Marilyn Monroe in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"
in 1953 ?
4. By what name is the demon known, which is raised by Dr Faustus in the
play 'The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus' by
Christopher Marlowe?
(You don't have to spell it...)
5. Who is known as "The Birdman Of Alcatraz?
6. Who had a hit with "Baby I'm-a-Want You" in 1971 ?
7. How many men walked on the moon ?
a. - 8
b. - 10
c. - 12
d. - 14
8. Sarah Ophelia Colley was a famous country comedian. What was her
pseudonym? (HOW---DY !!)

British Naval hero Lord Nelson suffered from chronic sea-sickness.
1. - 12
2. - c
3. Jane Russell
4. Mephistopheles
5. Robert Stroud
6. Bread
7. - c
8. Minnie Pearl

Nelson and the Royal Navy are terms that are almost synonymous. This hero of
the sea won many important naval battles for Britain, including that of the
famous Battle of Trafalgar. Born in 1758, Nelson, who lost one of his eyes
and an arm during his career, was finally killed at that great battle. Today
many monuments can be seen around England as a fitting tribute to his name.
But, as he revealed in a letter, "I am ill every time it blows hard and
nothing but my enthusiastic love for the profession keeps me one hour at

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