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					YOUNG ISRAEL OF MEMPHIS
               YOUNG ISRAEL OF MEMPHIS




RULES
•   6 Categories
•   10 Questions per category
•   One answer per team
•   30 Seconds to answer each question
•   Guess your final score to break any tie scores
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Prizes

First Place: $300.00
Second Place: $150.00
Third Place: Half off entry fee to next trivia night
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CATEGORY ONE
          QUESTION ONE

Who created the “Star Trek”
        Universe?
          QUESTION TWO

What 1996 movie starred Bugs
 Bunny and Michael Jordan?
           QUESTION THREE

This song was written to ridicule
   Oliver Cromwell, and used
 again by the British to ridicule
      Americans during the
      American Revolution?
        QUESTION FOUR

Who is the creator of comic
book super heroes “Spider-
 Man” and “The Incredible
           Hulk”?
         QUESTION FIVE

What is this,
Wonder of the
World, known
as?
           QUESTION SIX

These two partners created 14
comic opera’s including H.M.S.
  Pinafore and The Pirates of
          Penzance?
        QUESTION SEVEN

  Before being joined by
D’artanian, who made up the
     Three Musketeers?
         QUESTION EIGHT

What kind of musical
instrument is this?
            QUESTION NINE

What is written on the tablet held
    by the Statue of Liberty?
(answer must be exactly how it is
              written)
          QUESTION TEN


What is the FULL name of
 this character?
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Turn in your sheets!
          QUESTION ONE

Who created the “Star Trek”
        Universe?

    Gene Roddenberry
          QUESTION TWO

What 1996 movie starred Bugs
 Bunny and Michael Jordan?

         Space Jam
           QUESTION THREE

This song was written to ridicule
   Oliver Cromwell, and used
 again by the British to ridicule
      Americans during the
      American Revolution?
        Yankee Doodle
           QUESTION FOUR

Who is the creator of comic book
 super heroes “Spider-Man” and
     “The Incredible Hulk”?


           Stan Lee
              QUESTION FIVE


What is this,
Wonder of the
World, known
as?
      Petra
           QUESTION SIX

These two partners created 14
comic opera’s including H.M.S.
  Pinafore and The Pirates of
          Penzance?

     Gilbert & Sullivan
              QUESTION SEVEN

Before being joined by D’artanian, who
   made up the Three Musketeers?


  Porthos, Athos and Arimus
           QUESTION EIGHT

What kind of musical
instrument is this?


        Lyre
                QUESTION NINE

What is written on the tablet held by the
            Statue of Liberty?
  (answer must be exactly how it is
                 written)

        July IV MDCCLXXVI
            QUESTION TEN

What is the FULL
name of this
character?


Cosmo Kramer
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CATEGORY TWO
         QUESTION ONE

Which U.S. President served
 for only 31 days before he
     died of pneumonia?
         QUESTION TWO

  Who said "For years
 politicians have promised
the moon, I'm the first one
     able to deliver it.”?
        QUESTION THREE

   Which two signers of the
Declaration of Independence,
 died on the same day, July 4,
1826, exactly 50 years after its
           signing?
         QUESTION FOUR


What treaty officially ended
 the Revolutionary War?
         QUESTION FIVE

Other than Ronald Reagan,
Who is the only person to get
  more popular votes than
     George W. Bush?
           QUESTION SIX


Which Country’s flag is this?
           QUESTION SEVEN

What river runs through the city
           of Vienna?
        QUESTION EIGHT


What play was Abraham
Lincoln watching at Ford’s
  Theater when he was
      assassinated?
         QUESTION NINE


   What Labor Attorney
challenged the Tennessee
Law, banning the teaching
of evolution in the “Scopes
      Monkey Trial”?
          QUESTION TEN

How many of the 50 US States
   have two-word names?
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Turn in your sheets!
         QUESTION ONE

Which U.S. President served
 for only 31 days before he
     died of pneumonia?

   William Henry Harrison
         QUESTION TWO

  Who said "For years
 politicians have promised
the moon, I'm the first one
     able to deliver it.”?
        Richard Nixon
         QUESTION THREE

    Which two signers of the
 Declaration of Independence,
  died on the same day, July 4,
 1826, exactly 50 years after its
            signing?
John Adams & Thomas Jefferson
         QUESTION FOUR

What treaty officially ended
 the Revolutionary War?

    The Treaty of Paris
                QUESTION FIVE

Other than Ronald Reagan, Who is the only
   person to get more popular votes than
             George W. Bush?



               Al Gore
           QUESTION SIX


Which Country’s flag is this?


                          Jamaica
            QUESTION SEVEN

What river runs through the city of
              Vienna?


          The Danube
          QUESTION EIGHT

What play was Abraham Lincoln
  watching at Ford’s Theater
 when he was assassinated?

    Our American Cousin
            QUESTION NINE


What Labor Attorney challenged
  the Tennessee Law, banning
 the teaching of evolution in the
     “Scopes Monkey Trial”?
       Clarence Darrow

                   Chile
                QUESTION TEN

 How many of the 50 US States have two-
              word names?


                  Ten
(NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, RI, SC, SD, WV)
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CATEGORY THREE
              QUESTION ONE

He lived between 1524–1579 he was a
   Jewish diplomat and administrator,
 member of the House of Mendes, and
influential figure in the Ottoman Empire
  and appointed the Duke of Naxos- his
                  name?
           QUESTION TWO

What is the first book in Trei
           Assar?
        QUESTION THREE

What is the longest Tractate
of the Talmud (In number of
           Dafim)?
           QUESTION FOUR

  During the War of Independence
 (1948), what nickname was given to
the bypass road, secretly constructed,
   in order to alleviate the siege of
              Jerusalem?
            QUESTION FIVE

What city in eastern Europe was home
 to the famous printing of the Talmud
  that gave us the “Standard” design
             we use today?
             QUESTION SIX

Rav Yehuda, the Babylonian Amora of
 the 2nd generation lived in the modern
    day city of Fallujah. What was it
   called in the days of the Talmud?
             QUESTION SEVEN

The Haftorah that we read on the first
 day of Rosh Hashanah mostly deals
         with which person?
           QUESTION EIGHT

What is the name of the commentary
 on the Shulchan Aruch written by
     Rabbi Avraham Gumbiner?
         QUESTION NINE

Which Marxist was born with
 the name Lev Davidovich
        Bronstein?
            QUESTION TEN

Rabbi Moshe Ben Nachmun Gorondi,
 commonly known as Ramban, was
  involved in a disputation regarding
    Christianity. What city did the
       disputation take place in?
     YOUNG ISRAEL OF MEMPHIS




Turn in your sheets!
              QUESTION ONE

He lived between 1524–1579 he was a
   Jewish diplomat and administrator,
 member of the House of Mendes, and
influential figure in the Ottoman Empire
  and appointed the Duke of Naxos- his
                  name?
            Don Joseph Nasi
           QUESTION TWO

What is the first book in Trei
           Assar?

          Hoshea
          QUESTION THREE

What is the longest Tractate of
  the Talmud (In number of
            Dafim)?
          Bava Basra
           QUESTION FOUR

  During the War of Independence
 (1948), what nickname was given to
the bypass road, secretly constructed,
   in order to alleviate the siege of
              Jerusalem?
         The “Burma” Road
          QUESTION FIVE

What city in eastern Europe was
 home to the famous printing of
   the Talmud that gave us the
“Standard” design we use today?
            Vilna
               QUESTION SIX

Rav Yehuda, the Babylonian Amora of
 the 2nd generation lived in the modern
    day city of Fallujah. What was it
   called in the days of the Talmud?
           Pumpedisa
             QUESTION SEVEN

The Haftorah that we read on the first
 day of Rosh Hashanah mostly deals
         with which person?
              Chana
  (The mother of Shmuel HaNavi)
              QUESTION EIGHT
What is the name of the commentary on the
 Shulchan Aruch written by Rabbi Avraham
                Gumbiner?


        Magen Avraham
         QUESTION NINE

Which Marxist was born with
 the name Lev Davidovich
        Bronstein?

      Leon Trotsky
             QUESTION TEN

Rabbi Moshe Ben Nachmun Gorondi,
 commonly known as Ramban, was
  involved in a disputation regarding
    Christianity. What city did the
       disputation take place in?
           Barcelona
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CATEGORY FOUR
          QUESTION ONE

      What is the unit of
measurement used to express
the frequency range of sound?
           QUESTION TWO


“Internal Energy is equal to the
  difference of the heat transfer
   into a system and the work
 done by the system” is the first
              law of?
        QUESTION THREE

What does NASA stand for?
          QUESTION FOUR

Which Country built the current
      Robotic Arm on the
 International Space Station?
        QUESTION FIVE

What organ contains the
   “Loop of Henle”?
           QUESTION SIX

Which form of dementia was
  named after the German
   Neuropathologist and
psychiatrist who identified the
case of this disease in 1901?
         QUESTION SEVEN

Which Website was setup by
    President Obama so that
citizens can track Government
           spending?
       QUESTION EIGHT

 Which Country has the
longest suspension bridge
      in use today?
          QUESTION NINE


What is the tallest mountain
   in the United States?
           QUESTION TEN



Who instituted the U.S. Postal
           Service?
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Turn in your sheets!
          QUESTION ONE

      What is the unit of
measurement used to express
the frequency range of sound?
           Hertz
           QUESTION TWO


“Internal Energy is equal to the
  difference of the heat transfer
   into a system and the work
 done by the system” is the first
              law of?
     Thermodynamics
        QUESTION THREE

What does NASA stand for?

       National Aeronautics and
           Space Administration
          QUESTION FOUR

Which Country built the current
      Robotic Arm on the
 International Space Station?
           Canada
        QUESTION FIVE

What organ contains the
   “Loop of Henle”?

      The Kidney
           QUESTION SIX

 Which form of dementia was
   named after the German
Neuropathologist and psychiatrist
 who identified the case of this
       disease in 1901?
          Alzheimers
          QUESTION SEVEN

 Which Website was setup by
President Obama so that citizens
can track Government spending?

        Recovery.gov
          QUESTION EIGHT

Which Country has the longest
  suspension bridge in use
           today?

            Japan
            QUESTION NINE


What is the tallest mountain in
      the United States?

       Mount McKinley
           QUESTION TEN



Who instituted the U.S. Postal
           Service?

      Benjamin Franklin
CATEGORY FIVE
           QUESTION ONE

What was the last horse to win
      the Triple Crown?
        QUESTION TWO

What year did the Houston
 Oiler Franchise move to
       Tennessee?
        QUESTION THREE

  Joe DiMaggio holds the
record for most consecutive
games with a hit, how many
       games was it?
      QUESTION FOUR

How many spaces on a
Monopoly Board are NOT
      Buyable?
       QUESTION FIVE

Who drives the number 48
       Lowes Car?
       QUESTION SIX

How many strikes do you
 need to bowl a perfect
        game?
          QUESTION SEVEN

Before the recent effort of Tom
  Brady, Which Quarterback
  held the record for the best
  completion percentage in a
     post-season game?
            QUESTION EIGHT

In what year did the first modern
      Olympics take place?
         QUESTION NINE

The Triple Crown consists of
 three races, The Kentucky
 Derby, The Preakness and
      what other race?
           QUESTION TEN

In the Board Game Stratego, what
      is the only piece that can
      offensively defeat the 1?
Turn in your sheets!
           QUESTION ONE


What was the last horse to win
      the Triple Crown?

        Affirmed 1978
        QUESTION TWO

What year did the Houston
 Oiler Franchise move to
       Tennessee?
          1997
        QUESTION THREE

  Joe DiMaggio holds the
record for most consecutive
games with a hit, how many
       games was it?
            56
      QUESTION FOUR

How many spaces on a
Monopoly Board are NOT
      Buyable?
          12
       QUESTION FIVE

Who drives the number 48
       Lowes Car?


   Jimmie Johnson
       QUESTION SIX

How many strikes do you
 need to bowl a perfect
        game?
          12
            QUESTION SEVEN
Before the recent effort of Tom Brady,
  Which Quarterback held the record
 for the best completion percentage in
         a post-season game?


             Phil Sims
     (NY Giants – Superbowl XXI)
            QUESTION EIGHT

In what year did the first modern
      Olympics take place?

        1896 (Athens)
         QUESTION NINE

The Triple Crown consists of
 three races, The Kentucky
 Derby, The Preakness and
      what other race?

    The Belmont Stakes
          QUESTION TEN

In the Board Game Stratego,
what is the only piece that can
    offensively defeat the 1?

          The Spy
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CATEGORY SIX
         QUESTION ONE

How many colors are there in
       a rainbow?
         QUESTION TWO

What company manufactures
  the cereal “Grape Nuts”?
          QUESTION THREE

Who is depicted on the front of
       a $50 dollar bill?
         QUESTION FOUR

What ice cream flavor name
means “All Fruits” in Italian?
        QUESTION FIVE

What does “ZIP” code stand
           for?
            QUESTION SIX

What kind of cheese is traditionally
    used in making Tiramisu?
         QUESTION SEVEN

 Who is the current Attorney
General of The United States?
         QUESTION EIGHT

Who is the author of “Little
         Women”?
         QUESTION NINE

 What shapes can be found
 between the words “Paper”
and “Mate” on standard Paper
        Mate pens?
            QUESTION TEN

A small case containing a mirror,
 face powder, a powder puff and
   sometimes rouge is called?
     YOUNG ISRAEL OF MEMPHIS




Turn in your sheets!
            QUESTION ONE

How many colors are there in a
         rainbow?
             7
 Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue,
          Indigo and Violet
         QUESTION TWO

What company manufactures
  the cereal “Grape Nuts”?

           Post
           QUESTION THREE

Who is depicted on the front of a
         $50 dollar bill?

       Ulysses S. Grant
         QUESTION FOUR

What ice cream flavor name
means “All Fruits” in Italian?

         Tutti Frutti
           QUESTION FIVE

What does “ZIP” code stand for?

  Zone Improvement Plan
            QUESTION SIX

What kind of cheese is traditionally
    used in making Tiramisu?


              Mascarpone
         QUESTION SEVEN


Who is the current Attorney
General of The United States?

     Michael Mukasey
         QUESTION EIGHT

Who is the author of “Little
         Women”?

  Louisa May Alcott
            QUESTION NINE


What shapes can be found between
 the words “Paper” and “Mate” on
   standard Paper Mate pens?

             Hearts
            QUESTION TEN

A small case containing a mirror,
 face powder, a powder puff and
   sometimes rouge is called?

          A Compact
 Thank You!!!!
 Michelle Katz
Pesha Izenberg
Rannana Stein
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  HOPE YOU HAD FUN!!!!
TILL NEXT TIME, GOODNIGHT!!!!!

				
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