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#184236 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
I) An English dramatist, librettist, poet and illustrator,(Personality, please)(18 November 1836 – 29 May 1911) was best known for the fourteen comic operas (known as the Savoy operas) produced in collaboration with the composer Sir Arthur Sullivan. The most famous of these are “H.M.S. Pinafore”,“The Pirates of Penzance”, and one of the most frequently performed works in the history of musical theatre,“The Mikado”.
William Schwenck Gilbert

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#184237 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
II)(Personality, please)(18 November 1860 – 29 June 1941) was a Polish pianist, composer, diplomat, politician, and the second Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski

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#184238 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
III) As the forerunner of today's popular advice columnists,(Personality, please)(18 November, 1861 — 16 December, 1951) was America's highest paid and most widely read female journalist at the time of her death. Her advice on marriage was syndicated in newspapers around the world. At its peak in 1940, she was receiving 100,000 letters a year and her estimated reading audience was about 60 million in countries including United States, UK, Australia, New Zealand, South America, China, and Canada. With an estimated audience of 60 million readers, she became a popular and recognized figure on her travels abroad.
Dorothy Dix [Elizabeth Meriwether Gilmer]
Alex Trebek

Sugar Grove, IL

#184239 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
<quoted text>Z'at G. Marconi?
Fifth Generation wrote:
<quoted text>Do we call him the Prince of Wales?
Fifth Generation wrote:
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Do we call it Baghdad?
Fifth Generation wrote:
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It's too bad he didn't have the Panama Canal.
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Was that Emma Hamilton's lover, Lord Admiral Horatio Nelson?
correct a+

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#184240 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
IV) An Irish American sports official, he was one of the founders of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) in 1888, serving as its secretary from 1889 until 1906 when he was elected as president from 1906 to 1909. He declined a fourth term and was re-elected to his former position as secretary-treasurer until his sudden death which followed an emergency operation.(Personality, please)(18 November, 1862 – 16 September, 1914) also served as the chairman of the Greater New York Irish Athletic Association in 1903 and on the New York City Board of Education from 1908 to 1912.
James Edward Sullivan

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#184241 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
V) Known as "The Father of the Two-Ocean Navy" (Personality, please)(18 November, 1883 – 01 June, 1981) was a United States Representative from Georgia. He was a Democrat and the first person to serve for more than 50 years in the United States House of Representatives.
Carl Vinson
Joe Fryday

Palm Harbor, FL

#184242 Nov 18, 2012
Alex Trebek wrote:
__________ NONFICTION __________
John Feinstein called his 1995 bestseller about this sport "A Good Walk Spoiled"
Golf

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#184243 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
VI) A Hungarian-born conductor and violinist, his 44-year tenure with the Philadelphia Orchestra began in 1936 and became the source of much of his lasting reputation and fame. Two years after his appointment as associate conductor under Leopold Stokowski, he became its music director. As music director,(Personality, please)(18 November, 1899 – 12 March, 1985) conducted from 100 to 180 concerts each year in Philadelphia. Upon his retirement in 1980, he was made conductor laureate.
Eugene Ormandy [Jeno-Ormandy Blau]

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#184244 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
VII) This American comic actress made memorable guest appearances on sitcoms including two appearances on “Bewitched” as Mary the Tooth Fairy, on “The Brady Bunch” as Aunt Jenny, and on “Mama's Family” as Gert in the episode ‘Gert Rides Again’.(Personality, please)(18 November, 1908 – 02 June, 2001) later starred as a cave woman with Joe E. Ross in the 1966–67 time-travel satire sitcom “It's About Time”.
Imogene Fernandez de Coca
Joe Fryday

Palm Harbor, FL

#184245 Nov 18, 2012
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This newsman's "A Life on the Road" was a bestseller in 1990
Charles Kurault

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#184246 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
VIII) an American lyricist, songwriter and singer, he was also a co-founder of Capitol Records. His music includes some for MGM films, including “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”(1954), and “Merry Andrew”(1958). He collaborated on three Broadway musicals in the 1950s,“Top Banana”(1951),“Li'l Abner”(1956), and “Saratoga”(1959).(Personality, please )(18 November, 1909 – 25 June, 1976) made an occasional television appearance. In 1953-1954 season, he guest starred as himself on ABC's “Jukebox Jury”, a musical/quiz program on which celebrities judge the latest releases from the recording companies. His more successful songs of the 1950s include "The Glow-Worm" (sung by the Mills Brothers) and "Something’s Gotta Give". In 1961, he wrote the lyrics to "Moon River" for Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany's”, and for “Days of Wine and Roses”, both with music by Henry Mancini.
John Herndon “Johnny” Mercer
Joe Fryday

Palm Harbor, FL

#184247 Nov 18, 2012
Alex Trebek wrote:
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This senator & former basketball player reflects on his life in "Time Present, Time Past"
Bill Bradley
Alex Trebek

Sugar Grove, IL

#184248 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
<quoted text>Who is Harry Truman.
Fifth Generation wrote:
<quoted text>Who was Martin Van Buren?
Fifth Generation wrote:
<quoted text>Who is Franklin Pierce?
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Who was Thomas Jefferson?
James Madison
Joe Fryday

Palm Harbor, FL

#184249 Nov 18, 2012
Alex Trebek wrote:
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This John Gray book about the differences between the sexes has been a bestseller for more than 3 years
Women are from _______, Men are from Mars

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#184250 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
IX) This American author of fantasy and science fiction is best known for his science fiction novels set in the Humanx Commonwealth, an interstellar ethical/political union of species including humankind and the insectoid Thranx. Many of (Personality, please)(18 November, 1946)’s novels feature Philip Lynx ("Flinx"), an empathic young man who has found himself involved in something which threatens the survival of the Galaxy. Flinx's constant companion since childhood is a minidrag named Pip, a flying, empathic snake capable of spitting a highly corrosive and violently neurotoxic venom.
Alan Dean Foster

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#184251 Nov 18, 2012
Fifth Generation wrote:
X) A former American professional gridiron football quarterback,(Personality, please)(18 November, 1956) played for the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos and the National Football League's Houston Oilers, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, and Kansas City Chiefs. Since retiring from the game as a player, he has been a broadcaster for the Seattle Seahawks.
Harold Warren Moon

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#184252 Nov 18, 2012
01) On 19 November, 1850, the first life insurance policy for (Specify, please) was issued. Carolyn Ingraham, 36 years old, bought the policy in Madison, New Jersey.

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#184253 Nov 18, 2012
02) On this date in 1863, U.S. President (PotUS, please) delivered his Gettysburg Address as he dedicated a national cemetery at the site of the Civil War battlefield in Pennsylvania.

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#184254 Nov 18, 2012
03) On this date in 1893, the first newspaper (Specify, please) supplement was published in the Sunday New York World.
<Read to me from the funnies, please!>

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#184255 Nov 18, 2012
04) On this date in 1895, the "paper pencil" was patented by (Personality, please).
A) Frederick E. Blaisdell
B) Charles Conrad
C) Dwight Gooden
D) Sandy Koufax
E) Nolan Ryan
F) Vincent van Gogh

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