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Quiz 53b - General Knowledge  Sent in by: Bill Turnbull:  (Highly Rated - Jim)

1. What is the name given to the hangover cure of Worcester sauce and a raw egg? - Prairie oyster

2. Who wrote Catch 22? - Joseph Heller

3. What was Leapy Lee's only top ten hit? - Little Arrows

4. Who scored the goal that won Euro 2008 for Spain? - Torres

5. Two actors with the same surname have played Doctor Who. Who were they? - Tom and Colin Baker

6. On which American state's flag does the (British) Union Flag appear? - Hawaii

7. What is the more popular name for the third molar? - Wisdom tooth (if you get this wrong I suggest you have some fitted)

8. In what year was the Six Day War? - Nineteen sixty seven

9. What nationality was Karl Marx? - German

10. Which British motor manufacturer used to make the Atlantic? - Austin

11. Who was the first rock artist to put his first eleven singles into the UK top ten? - Gary Glitter

12. In the home entertainment world what does V.H.S. stand for? - Video Home System

13. Who was the Scottish music hall star made famous by his rendering of 'I Belong to Glasgow'? - Will Fyffe

14. Which British championship has two sections, conventional and reversible? - National Ploughing Championships

15. On what day of the week does Ascension Day always fall? - Thursday

16. What was the name of the religious sect founded by Jim Jones then all poisoned themselves in Guyana in 1978? - The People's Temple

17. Brazil and Washington are varieties of which fruit? - Plums

18. What does the Russian newspaper's name Isvestia mean? - News

19. Whose head appears on the American purple heart medal? - George Washington

20. Who, in their advertising, told us to 'watch out there was a Humphrey about'? - The Milk Marketing Board

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