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1: In 1963 a British sex scandal almost brought down Harold MacMillan's government when the Secretary of War resigned after a relationship with an expensive call girl who may have passed on British secrets to a Russian secret agent. Name these two people.
2: February 2 is known as Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. According to popular legend, an early spring is predicted if, on that day, the groundhog does what?
3: Considered the social and academic equivalent of the Ivy League colleges, the Seven Sisters Colleges, set up in 1915, were among the pioneers in higher education for women in the United States. Four of these colleges are Mount Holyoke, Barnard, Bryn Mawr,
4: The second wife of King Henry VIII was convicted of adultery and beheaded. Who was this woman, the mother of Queen Elizabeth I?
5: What New York sports team originated in Maryland in 1902?
6: Four letter words, starting with F: a. French caramel dessert b. What the Roman God Janus has two of c. Wealthy people in cold countries wear them
7: Douglas Fairbanks, Harold Lloyd, Mary Pickford, and Cecil B. Demille were among the 36 people who, on May 11, 1927, founded what organization, that today has about 6,000 members, and bestows annual major awards?
8: The number of people living in this 5 million square mile region varies from 4,000 in summer to 1,000 in winter. What region is it?
9: The only waterfalls on the Mississippi River are in what state?
10: The first caf
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