G1: Jyl, Ariel, Norm & Tom (CPW & 66th)(BtG: 64)
STRIKE ONE ON Q #4
#1: What navigational device uses a pointer that aligns itself w/ Earth’s magnetic field?
#2: What mollusk’s considered an aphrodisiac because of its high zinc content?
#3: What aptly-titled Springsteen album from ’84 was the first-ever CD pressed in the U.S.?
“Born in the U.S.A.”
#4: What daredevil hoped to jump Snake River Canyon, a feat his father FAILED to achieve in ’74?
#5: What literary device’s “Sing a song of sixpence” or successive words that begin w/ the same letter?
#1: What director & former child actor narrated the sitcom “Arrested Development”?
#2: The Swiss Water Process is a procedure that does what to coffee?
#3: What beloved orca from “FREE WILLY” was literally set free off the coast of Iceland in 2002?
#4: As set out in the Bible, the three theological virtues are faith, hope & what?
#5: The Boxer Rebellion was an attempt to expel ALL foreigners from what Asian country?
#6: What ballet move’s defined as a dancer doing a complete body turn on her toes?
#7: Books by what futuristic author were the basis for the films “TOTAL RECALL” & “MINORITY REPORT”?
Philip K. Dick
FQ: Acc. to Forbes, what Berkshire Hathaway CEO was second to Bill Gates in personal wealth?
XX (A: Warren Buffett)($1050)
G2: Beth (Bond & Bowery)(BtG: 21.5)
OUT IN SEVEN
G3: Sparks (Gershwin Hotel)(BtG: 33)
#1: Forgoing the usual handprints, what body part did comedian Jimmy Durante dip in cement in front of HOLLYWOOD’s Chinese Theater?
#2: Residents of what British city refer to themselves as Liverpudlians?
#3: In singing, the highest-possible vocal range’s designed by what Italian word?
RLC: During their heyday, The Beatles starred in five feature films- name ’em.
“Hard Day’s Night”, “Help”, “Yellow Submarine”, “Let it Be” & X (Not given: “Magical Mystery Tour”)
#4: In medicine, a capital R w/ a lowercase x attached to its stem represents what?
#5: Harland, the portly bespectacled founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, is better known as who?
#1: Exactly what is a xenophobic person afraid of?
#2: What dessert made from sponge cake, ice cream & meringue shares its name w/ a U.S. state?
#3: If you’re throwing three coins in the Trevi Fountain, what city are you in?
#4: In 1988 what DE senator dropped his Presidential bid amid accusations that he PLAGIARIZED a speech?
FQ: STARBUCKS was named after a character in what famous Herman Melville novel?
VB: That’s one clunky suit for mankind- in 1961, who became the first American to break out of the Earth’s atmosphere & travel to space?
FA: John Glenn (A: Alan Shepard)