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Whaddaya Know

1. How many islands make up the Hawaiian islands?

2. In the film “The Wizard of Oz,” what message did the wicked witch write across the sky in black smoke?

3. O’Reilley Auto Parts signs have what in the middle of the green “O”?

4. Which of the four sweathogs in the TV sitcom “Welcome Back Kotter” went on to become a well-known and high-paid actor?

5. What president opposed having “In God We Trust” on U.S. coins?

6. What was Sonny and Cher’s first big hit?

7. Where did boccie, the sport of lawn bowling, originate?

8. When was Texas declared independent from Mexico?

9. What musician is famous for playing “The Star Spangled Banner” at Woodstock?

10. What newspaper did journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward work at when they uncovered Watergate?

Answers:

1. There are 132 islands, but eight are the main islands.

2. “Surrender Dorothy”

3. A green shamrock

4. John Travolta

5. Theodore Roosevelt because he felt it was irreverent toward God

6. “I Got You Babe”

7. Italy

8. 1836

9. Jimi Hendrix

10. The Washington Post

Whaddaya Know is a series of 10 trivia questions, covering various topics, that appears Sundays.

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