The Triva Quiz is heard Monday through Friday morning at 7:42. Winners must wait 30 days before they can win again.
Who played Laurie Henderson in the film American Graffiti?
Answer: Cindy Williams
Winner: Jason Seabring of Whitehouse
What year did Hawaii become a state?
Winner: Rebecca Sanders
Where was the Republican National Convention held in 1988?
Answer: New Orleans
Winner: Eric Golden in Henderson
Who invented the rabies vaccination?
Answer: Louis Pasteur
Winner: Gayla Trouse of Lindale
What were the names of Elvis’ mom and dad?
Answer: Gladys and Vernon
Winner: Lester Bushman
In Disney’s The Little Mermaid what is the name of the human Ariel falls in love with?
Answer: Prince Eric
Winner: Will Apple of Longview
Who wrote the song “Galveston” sung by Glen Campbell?
Answer: Jimmy Webb
Winner: David Doyle
What song by the Beatles was made into an animated film?
Answer: Yellow Submarine
Winner: Rodney Slusher or Hallsville
What was Ethel Merman’s real name?
Answer: Ethel Zimmerman
Winner: Annabel Johnson of Hideaway
Who portrayed Starbuck on the original Battlestar Galactica?
Answer: Dirk Benedict
Winner: Tim Thompson of Tyler
Who was the lead singer of the Crickets?
Answer: Buddy Holly
Winner: Jordan Phillips of Whitehouse
What is the most common blood type in humans?
Answer: Type O
Winner: Tony Carvajal of Tyler
That thing you use to dot your lower case “i” is called what?
Winner: David Williams of Tyler
Who wrote “The Silence of the Lambs?”
Answer: Thomas Harris
Winner: Marcy Newsome of Tyler
What day of the week was Jan 1, 2000?
Winner: Tom Ward of Chapel Hill
What is the only natural lake in the state of Texas?
Answer: Caddo Lake
Winner: Kevin Braly of Tyler
Who was the 17th president of the United States?
Answer: Andrew Jackson
Winner: Bobby Long of Tyler
What is the medical term for bad breath?
Winner: Bill Liebbe of Lindale
What does NASA stand for?
Answer: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Winner: Steve Rainwater of Tyler
What is a flock of crows called?
Answer: A Murder
Winner: Kevin Johnson of Henderson
What was Mickey Mouse’s original name?
Answer: Mortimer Mouse
Winner: Mike Scrimpshire of Longview
Who was the first president to have been born a US citizen?
Answer: Martin Van Buren
Winner: No Winner
Name one of the 4 U.S. state capital cities named after U.S. presidents
Jefferson City, Missouri
Winner: Ken Popplewell, Teaselville
Who is the only athlete to play in both Super Bowl and World Series?
Answer: Deion Sanders
Winner: Randall Jackson of Winona
Name one of the three movies that holds the record for having the most Oscars.
Answer: Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in 2003
Titanic in 1997
Ben-Hur in 1959
Winner: Bill Rogers of Tyler
The 19th century poem “Casey at the Bat” is set in what town?
Winner: Donnie Stroman of Kilgore
What is the only amendment to be repealed from the U.S. Constitution?
Answer: The 21st amendment repealed the 18th amendment, prohibition
Winner: Rickey Rich of Tyler
What was Billy the Kid’s real name?
Answer: William Bonney
Winner: Ron Hill of Tyler
What is hummus made from?
Winner: Will Apple
What was the first music video played on MTV?
Answer: Video Killed the Radio Star by the Buggles
Winner: Jason McCrary of Tyler
What is the largest internal organ in the human body?
Winner: R Jarvis of Tyler
Who was lead vocalist for the Strawberry’s hit “Go All The Way?”
Answer: Eric Carmen
Winner: Darrell Durio
Who was the first female justice on the US Supreme Court?
Answer: Sandra Day O’Connor
Winner: Randy Stewart of Bullard
What city hosted the 2012 Summer Olympics?
Winner: Laurel Maynard
Who played Grandpa Walton?
Answer: Will Geer
Winner: Rick Boone of Flint