Thursday, March 04, 2010

2nd March Specialist and General Knowledge

 

SPECIALIST ROUNDS

Set By The Church House Sutton

 

Round 1 = Sport

Round 2 = Songs from the musicals

Round 3 = World War 11 – The war in the Air

Round 4 = History

Round 5 = Any Port in a Storm

Round 6 = Science

Round 7 = Geography

Round 8 = Arts and Entertainment

 

SPORT

Q1. Why do American footballers paint black marks across their cheeks?

Ans. It helps to protect against the sun’s or bright lights glare.

Q2. Which Scottish football team have the nickname ‘The Hoops’?

Ans. Glasgow Celtic (accept Celtic) also known as the bhoys, the celts and the tic!

Q3. Who was the last British F1 driver, before Lewis Hamilton to win the World Drivers Championship?
Ans. Damon Hill

Q4. Which sport has a different colour code for the balls ranging from yellow for hot conditions to blue for cold?
Ans. Squash

Q5. In Cycle Racing what is the ‘Sag Wagon’ ?
Ans. One of the last vehicles following road events and picking up riders who have dropped out. (accept support vehicle)

Q6. Kendo is one of the traditional martial arts, and the participants use a type of sword, from what is the sword made?
Ans. Strips of Bamboo (accept bamboo)

Q7. How many red balls are there in 1 frame of Snooker?

Ans. 15

Q8. Which bowler took the most wickets for England in the recent test series in South Africa?

Ans. Graham Swann.

Supplementaries

S1. Egypt won the recent African Cup of Nations, who did they beat in the final 1-0?

Ans. Ghana

S2. Which Rugby Union team play their home games at Edgeley Park?
Ans. Sale Sharks

 

SONGS FROM THE MUSICALS

You will be given the name of a song all you have to do is given the Musical it is taken from.

Q1 I could have danced all night

Ans. My fair Lady

Q2 I don’t know how to love him

Ans. Jesus Christ Superstar

Q3 Memory

Ans. Cats

Q4 Tonight

Ans. West Side Story

Q5 Truly Scrumptious

Ans. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Q6 I’d do anything

Ans. Oliver!

Q7 People will say we’re in love

Ans. Oklahoma!

Q8 Secret love

Ans. Calamity Jane

Supplementaries

S1. You’re the one that I want

Ans. Grease

S2. The Music of the night

Ans. Phantom of the Opera

 

WORLD WAR TWO - THE WAR IN THE AIR

Q1 Which biplane, operated by the fleet air arm from aircraft carriers in a torpedo reconnaissance role was nicknamed String bag?

Ans. Fairey Swordfish accept “Swordfish”?

Q2 What type of aircraft dropped the Bouncing bombs in the Dambusters Raid on May 16th 1943 code named operation chastise?

Ans. Avro Lancaster (accept Lancaster)

Q3 The Spitfire single engine fighter was built by which Southampton based company?

Ans. Vickers Supermarine. accept Vickers or Supermarine

Q4. By what name was the North American P51 fight otherwise known?

Ans. Mustang

Q5. Who was the commander of Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain in 1940?

Ans. Air Marshal Hugh Dowding

Q6. In April to June 1942 The Germans bombed a number of British Cities in

retaliation for the RAF raid on Lubeck , what did these bombing raid become known as?

Ans. Baedeker raids. It was thought that the Germans used the

Baedeker tourist guides to choose their targets

Q7. Which type of British fighter aircraft outnumbered the Spitfire during the Battle of Britain?

Ans Hawker Hurricane 1,326 to 957 Accept Hurricane

Q8. Which two engine British bomber was nicknamed The Wimpey?

Ans Vickers Wellington

Supplementaries

S1 The Germans mounted the first successful airborne invasion on the

20th May 1941, which Mediterranean island did they invade

Ans Crete

S2. What was the name of the B 29 super fortress which dropped the first Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima code named “Little Boy”?

Ans. Enola Gay

 

HISTORY

All questions are based on the history of Macclesfield.

Q1. In which decade of the 13th century was Macclesfield granted its first charter?
Ans. The 1260’s (actually 1261)

Q2. Some of the oldest streets in the town end in the word ‘gate’ e.g. chestergate. What does this word mean in this context?
Ans. A road (from Middle English for road).

Q3. Who in 1278 rebuilt and extended St Michael’s Church in the Market Place?
Ans. Queen Eleanor (wife of Edward I)

Q4. Which industry linked to the “Rag Trade” was already established in Macclesfield before the beginning of the Silk Industry?

Ans. Button making.

Q5. Charles Roe built the first silk mill in the town in 1743. Where was the building?
Ans. On Park Green (on the site of the present NatWest Bank).

Q6. What other industry did Charles Roe help to develop?
Ans. Copper making accept copper mining also brass manufacture.

Q7. Why was Cumberland House (formally doctor’s surgery) so named?

Ans. Named after the Duke of Cumberland who stayed there while pursuing Bonnie Prince Charlie (the young pretender) back to Scotland.

Q8. What was the original purpose of the Heritage Centre?
Ans. It was built as a Sunday School.

Supplementaries

S1. Thomas Telford carried out the original survey for the Macclesfield Canal but who was the engineer responsible for its construction?
Ans. William Crossley Junior.

S2. What was the original purpose of the building currently housing the towns Register Office?
Ans. The town’s first Library.

S3. Charles Roe built a large windmill for his copper works. What happened to it?
Ans. Sold and re-built in Kerridge then dismantled and used as rubble for a runway in World War II

 

ANY PORT IN A STORM

Q1: WHAT IS THE PORT OF ATHENS CALLED?

A: PIRAEUS

Q2: WHERE IS EUROPE`s LARGEST INLAND PORT ?

A: DUISBURG , GERMANY

Q3: WHICH IRISH TOWN HAS A FERRY SERVICE TO

FISHGUARD IN PEMBROKE, WALES ?

A: ROSSLARE

Q4: WHAT IS THE MAIN FISHING PORT ON THE ISLE

OF MAN ?

A: PEEL

Q5: HARWICH , IN ESSEX , HAS A FERRY SERVICE TO

WHICH PORT IN THE NETHERLANDS ?

A: HOOK OF HOLLAND (NOT ROTTERDAM)

Q6: WHAT IS SWITZERLANDS ONLY CARGO PORT ?

A: BASEL

Q7: UNTIL ITS FALL IN 1918 WHAT WAS THE AUSTRO

HUNGARIAN EMPIRE’S MAIN SEAPORT ?

A: TRIESTE

Q8: WHICH PORT IN URUGUAY GAVE ITS NAME TO

A BRAND OF FOODSTUFF ?

A: FRAY BENTOS

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1: PORT DINORWIC , PORT PENRYHN AND

PORTMADOC IN NORTH WALES WERE THE MAIN

PORTS FOR THE SHIPMENT OF WHICH PRODUCT ?

A: SLATE

2: WHICH TOWN IN SHROPSHIRE GAVE ITS NAME TO

A PORT IN NORTH WEST ENGLAND ?

A: ELLESMERE

3: WHICH PORT IN NORTHERN NORWAY WAS THE SITE

OF A BATTLE BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND THE

GERMANS IN 1940 ?

A: NARVIK

 

SCIENCE QUESTIONS

Q1: WHAT IS THE MAJOR COMPONENT OF THE EARTHS CORE ?

A: IRON (Earth's inner core is solid iron, its outer core is liquid iron mixed with other components)

Q2: WHO INVENTED THE POLARIOD INSTANT CAMERA ?

A: EDWIN H LAND (American scientist who unveiled the first commercial instant camera, the Land Camera, in 1947, 10 years after founding the Polaroid Corporation)

Q3: WHICH FAMOUS SCIENTIST WAS BORN IN ULM , GERMANY

IN 1879 ?

A: ALBERT EINSTEIN

Q4: A GENTLE BREEZE IS WHICH NUMBER ON THE BEAUFORT

SCALE ?

A: THREE (0 = Calm, 1 = Light Air, 2 = Light Breeze)

Q5: WHAT TYPE OF CREATURE IS A SERVAL ?

A: CAT (IT IS A WILDCAT FROM AFRICA)

Q6: WHICH PLANET IS THE NEAREST IN SIZE TO THE EARTH ?

A: VENUS

Q7: WHAT SPECIES OF THE WILLOW TREE IS USED FOR

MAKING BASKETS ?

A: OSIER

Q8: WHAT IS THE LARGEST LIVING SPECIES OF DEER ?

A: MOOSE OR ELK (Irish Elk was the largest – now extinct,)

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1: GIVE A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF NICOLAUS COPERNICUS?

A: 1473-1543

2: GIVE AYEAR IN THE LIFE OF ISAAC NEWTON?

A: 1643-1727

3: WHAT IS THE MOST COMMON (in the World?) SEDIMENTARY ROCK?

A: SANDSTONE

 

GEOGRAPHY

Q1: WHICH RIVER RUNS THROUGH WAKEFIELD ?

A: THE RIVER CALDER

Q2: WHAT IS THE NEWEST CANADIAN FEDERAL TERRITORY, FORMED IN 1999 ?

A: NUNAVUT Separated from the Northwest Territories in 1999

Q3: WHERE ARE THE ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUARTERS OF

NORTHUMBERLAND ?

A: MORPETH

Q4: WHICH RIVER RUNS THROUGH NEWPORT GWENT ?

A: THE RIVER USK

Q5: PLOVDIV IS A CITY IN WHICH EUROPEAN COUNTRY ?

A: BULGARIA

Q6: FRANCONIA IS A REGION IN WHICH EUROPEAN COUNTRY ?

A: GERMANY (IT IS MOSTLY IN NORTHERN BAVARIA)

Q7: IN WHICH COUNTRY IS THE THAR DESERT ?

A: INDIA accept also Pakistan

Q8: WHAT NAME IS GIVEN TO THE GRANITE BOULDER THAT CELEBRATES WHERE THE PILGRIM FATHERS DISEMBARKED IN 1620 ON THEIR ARRIVAL IN AMERICA ?

A: PLYMOUTH ROCK

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1: WHAT IS THE STATE CAPITAL OF PENNSYLVANIA ?

A: HARRISBERG

2: WHICH IS THE MOST WESTERLY OF THE REGIONS OF ITALY ?

A: PIEDMONT

 

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

1) Which artist painted “The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her last Berth to be broken up”?

A) J M TURNER

2) Which artist painted The Scream

A) Edward Munch

3) Which of James Cagney’s films does he cry “Made it Ma. Top of the world”.

A) White Heat (he played Cody Jarrett)

4) Which actor played Little John in The Adventures of Robin Hood starring Errol Flynn?

A) Alan Hale Snr

5) What is the name of the castle in Narnia referred to in the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe?

A) Cair Paravel

6) In Treasure Island who was first mate on Captain Flint’s ship “The Walrus”?

A) William “Billy” Bones.

7) Which composer wrote the Bridal Chorus (Here comes the Bride) often used as a processional march at weddings?

A) Richard Wagner

8) Who composed the piano concerto No.5, popularly known as the Emperor Concerto?

A) Ludwig van Beethoven

Supplementaries

S1) In which country did the seaside show Punch and Judy originate?

A) Italy

S2) Who dubbed the singing voices for Deborah Kerr in the King and I, and Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady?

A) Marnie Nixon

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

Set By The Plough Horntails

1. Which female singer joined Mel Gibson in the movie “Mad Max: Beyond The Thunderdome”?

Tina Turner

2. Vodka, Galliano and orange juice are used to make which classic cocktail?

Harvey Wallbanger

3. In which year did the horse Foinavon win the Grand National at Aintree with odds of 100-1?

1967 (No leeway)

4. At which battle in 1314 did Robert The Bruce defeat the English forces?

Bannockburn

5. Consecrated in 1962, where in the England is the Cathedral Church of St Michael?

Coventry

6. On television, who did the character Lurch work for?

The Addams Family (The Actor Ted Cassidy)

7. Characters Charlie Allnut and Rosie Sayer appeared in which classic 1951 movie?

The African Queen (Humphrey Bogart & Katherine Hepburn)

8. Which Briton won an ice-skating Gold at the Lake Placid Olympics in 1980 and was the last British individual Gold medal winner before Amy Williams in the “Skeleton” this year?

Robin Cousins

9. In what year was Prince Andrew born?

1960 (19th February) No leeway

10. What is the national game of the Basques?

Pelota (a form of tennis using racket or hand with a net or against a wall)

11. TV commercials for the drink Campari launched the career of which actress?

Lorraine Chase

12. In the song, most famously sung by Elvis Presley, Heartbreak Hotel is on which street?

Lonely Street

13. For his part in which 1953 film did Frank Sinatra receive a Best Supporting Actor Oscar?

From Here to Eternity

14. In which city was Martin Luther King assassinated in 1968?

Memphis, Tennessee

15. In which county is the UK prime minister's official country residence ‘Chequers’?

Buckinghamshire

16. Which comedian created the UK TV spoof 007 character Basildon Bond?

Russ Abbott

17. Tenzin Gyatso is more famously known by what name?

Dalai Lama

18. What is the word used to describe an animal or plant that has both male and female reproductive organs?

Hermaphrodite

19. Which TV pop programme's theme tune was called ‘Hit and Miss’?

Juke Box Jury (1959-67)

20. What liqueur bearing the letters D.O.M. on the bottle label was developed at Fecamp Abbey, Normandy, France in the 16th century?

Benedictine (DOM = Deo Optimo Maximo = To God, Most Good, Most Great.)

21. What have been cooked in syrup and glazed to make the sweetmeat Marrons Glaces?

Sweet Chestnuts

22. Who won six consecutive Wimbledon ladies singles titles in the 1980s?

Martina Navratilova (1982-87; she also won in 1978, 79, 90)

23. Who is the only man (at 2009) to have won motorbike and F1 car World Championships?

John Surtees

24. What does a numismatist study or collect?

Coins (also accept Medals)

25. Who was Radio 1's first female DJ and she is also currently its longest serving presenter?

Anne Nightingale

26. The llama belongs to the family of animals, commonly called what?

Camels (or Camelidae)

27. What’s the name of the current City Minister in the UK Government?

Lord Paul Myners

28. Who is the current General Secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) ?

Bob Crow.

29. Which guitarist is known as ‘Slowhand’?

Eric Clapton

30. In 1979 film Alien what was the spaceship called?

Nostromo

31. In UK TV's 'Noel Edmund's House Party', the 'house' was situated near to which fictional village?

Crinkley Bottom

32. What is an infant whale commonly called?

Calf

33. How many imperial gallons of beer are there in a firkin?

Nine (or 72 pints which is a quarter of a barrel)

34. In which film did Roger Moore first play James Bond?

Live And Let Die – 1973 (He played James Bond in 7 films over a 12 year period)

35. Which company originally made the anti-depressant drug ‘Prozac’?

Eli Lilly.

36. Which company originally made the erectile disfunction drug ‘Viagra’ ?

Pfizer

37. What is the most southerly point of mainland Britain?

Lizard Point in Cornwall (accept the Lizard)

38. Which Latin term, usually applied to legal evidence, means 'at first sight' or `at first view`?

Prima Facie

39. What was the character name of Leslie Charteris and TV's 'The Saint'?

Simon Templar

40. In literature, who was the best known pupil of Greyfriar's School?

Billy Bunter

41. In which year was the Royal Society founded?

1660. Accept 1655 to 1665 (2010 is the 350th anniversary of its foundation)

42. Since June 2007, what has TV personality Mary Portas also been known as?

Mary Queen of Shops. (accept Mary Queen of Charity Shops)

43. What cabinet post did John Major hold immediately before becoming Prime Minister?

Chancellor of the Exchequer

44. What is the most northerly cricket ground at which a Test Match can (as at 2009) be played?

Riverside (Chester-Le-Street, Durham). Accept Chester-Le-Street

(Note: Mannofield Park in Aberdeen has only hosted one day internationals)

45. Who wrote the Mary Poppins books?

P. L. Travers.

46. What is the name of the family in “The Grapes of Wrath”?

The Joad family

47. Which British general was killed at Khartoum?

Charles Gordon

48. Which Cornish village claims to be the birthplace of King Arthur?

Tintagel

49. KAR120C was the registration of a yellow Lotus 7, in which 1960s cult UK TV series?

The Prisoner

50. In which Dickens` novel was Miss Havisham jilted on her wedding day?

Great Expectations

51. What is an otter's home called?

Holt

52. Which actor appeared to have a wooden leg in the 1956 film Moby Dick?

Gregory Peck (Captain Ahab)

53. How have vegetables been cut when they are served Julienne?

Thin Strips (or shreds or sliced lengthways)

54. In which bay is Alcatraz Island?

San Francisco Bay

55. Which playwright wrote The Seagull, Uncle Vanya, and The Cherry Orchard?

Anton Chekov

56. Who had a 1960s hit with ‘Let's Go To San Francisco’?

Flowerpot Men

57. Who had a 1985 hit with ‘Saving All My Love For You’?

Whitney Houston

58. What is the name given to a locked case in which decanters can be seen but not used?

Tantalus

59. Which school featured in UK TV's 'Please Sir'?

Fenn Street

60. Which river flows through Lincoln?

Witham

61. Who in 1635 founded the Académie Française?

Cardinal Richelieu

62. Robin Hood & Friar Tuck, appear in which novel by Sir Walter Scott?

Ivanhoe

63. What is Canada's national animal?

Beaver

64. Which Bond villain has been played by Telly Savalas, Donald Pleasance, Charles Gray, and Max Von Sydow?

Blofeld (Ernst Stavro)

65. What seed`s covering is used to make the aromatic spice called ‘mace’?

Nutmeg

66. Which range of hills divide England from Scotland?

Cheviots

67. Who was the female member of the SDP's 'Gang of Four'?

Shirley Williams (SDP = Social Democratic Party)

68. Which Dickens' character was always 'expecting something to turn up'?

Mr Micawber (David Copperfield)

69. What are the distinguishing features of an animal that is called a palmiped?

It has Webbed feet

70. In the TV series ‘Doc. Martin’ starring Martin Clunes, what’s Doc Martin’s surname?

Ellingham.

71. Which river forms the eastern section of the border between England and Scotland?

The Tweed

72. The Shatt-el-Arab (River of Arabia) is the confluence of two other rivers, name one of them?

Tigris and Euphrates

73. In the TV series ‘As time goes by’ what’s the name of the actress who plays the character Jean Pargeter?

Judi Dench

74. Which English Premier League side was managed by Paul Hart in 2009?

Portsmouth. (Note: In his career, he managed Chesterfield, Leeds United, Nottingham Forrest, Barnsley, Rushden and Diamonds, and QPR)

75. Which aircraft company made an aircraft called the ‘Tiger Moth’?

De Havilland

76. Which aircraft company made a passenger plane called the ‘Constellation’? Lockheed.

77. Who was the leader of the German Democratic Republic at the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall?

Erich Honecker

78. Who was the communist leader of Poland at the time of independence from the Soviet Union in 1989?

Wojciech Jaruzelski

79. In the English Premier League, who is the manager of Wigan Athletic as of 22nd February 2010?

Roberto Martinez.

80. Who wrote the ‘Prime of Miss Jean Brodie’?

Muriel Spark.

81. Who was the author of the UK Government sponsored report October 2006 saying that climate change will damage the economy?

Nicholas Stern

82. Who did Jimmy Carter defeat to become president of the USA in 1976?

Gerald Ford

83. Which female tennis player was stabbed in the back in Hamburg in 1993?

Monica Seles.

84. ‘The Sheffield Shield’ is awarded to the winner of a competition in which sport?

Cricket (In Australia, it is awarded in the premier, domestic first class competition)

85. Who wrote the novel based in Cuba titled ‘The Old Man and The Sea??

Ernest Hemingway

86. For which US soccer team did Pele play in the last game of his playing career?

New York Cosmos.

87. Which designer pioneered the small-shouldered, tight waist-lined, big-skirted New Look in 1947?

Christian Dior

88. In 1995, what was the name of the town in Japan that was severely damaged by an earthquake?

Kobe

89. Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space in 1961. What was the name of the craft in which he flew?

Vostok 1 (accept just Vostok).

90. Who is currently Attorney General for the England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

Baroness Scotland (of Asthal).

91. Which Government post is currently held by Hilary Benn?

Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs – (DEFRA = Dept. of Environment, Food, Rural Affairs) (Accept Environment Secretary)

92. What was the name of the broker who caused the collapse of Barings Bank in 1995?

Nick Leeson.

93. Marilyn Monroe’s song ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend’ featured in which 1953 film?

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

94. Who wrote the 1993 novel ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandarin’??

Louis de Bernieres.

95. What’s the name of the current (as of Feb 22nd 2010) BBC Director General?

Mark Thompson (incumbent since June 2004)

96. What’s the name of the First Minister of Wales who left office in late 2009?

Rhodri Morgan (Carwen Jones was elected in December 2009)

Supplementaries:-

1. The BCG vaccine was developed to guard against which ailment?

1. TB …tuberculosis

2. Where was the November 2009 meeting of Commonwealth countries held?

1. Trinidad (also accept Tobago)

3. What’s the name of the British boxer who knocked out Dmitri Salita in 76 seconds of the first round of theWBA Light-Welterweight contest on December 5th 2009

1. Amir Khan

  1. Alan Minter was undisputed (WBA & WBC) World boxing champion in 1980 at which weight?

1. Middleweight (he beat Vito Antuofermo in Las Vegas, Nevada)

  1. In 2009, Flight Lieutenant Kirsty Moore became the first woman to join which team?

1. The Red Arrows

  1. Which fictional girl had a friend called "Peter the Goat Boy?

1. Heidi.

  1. Which book begins with the line 'No One would have believed, in the last years of the nineteenth century, that human affairs were being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man's and yet as mortal as his own'?

1. H.G. Wells The War of the Worlds

  1. What is the largest dwarf planet in the Asteroid belt?

1. Ceres

  1. What plant does sago come from?

1. Palm tree. It is made from the pith of the stem.

  1. Which scriptwriter is responsible for “Last of the Summer Wine” and “Open all Hours”?

1. Roy Clarke

  1. What is the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury?

1. Lambeth Palace

  1. What was the first name of the landscape architect Capability Brown?

1. Lancelot

  1. Who wrote the book (and stage play) “Night of the Iguana?

1. Tennessee Williams

  1. Which American actor appeared in Papillion and The Great Escape and died in 1980?

1. Steve McQueen

  1. What do the British call the vegetables that Americans call zucchini?

1. Courgettes

16. There are 3 US Space shuttles currently in operation. Discovery and Atlantis are the name of 2 of them. What’s the name of the third?

1. Endeavour.

17. What’s the capital of the Dominican Republic?

1. Santo Domingo.

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