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McClintock High School Class of 1970 - Sports
1966-1970 Trivia Quiz

1. The First Super Bowl was played in 1967 and was called . . .
A - SuperGame
B - Lombardi Games
C - End Bowl
D - Gridiron Bowl
E - AFL-NFL World Championship Game
F - 1st Super Bowl

2. What movie is based on the relationship between teammates Brian Piccolo and Gale Sayers and the bond established when Piccolo discovers that he is dying.
A - 48 Hours
B - Brian's Song
C - Any Given Sunday
D - The Longest Yard
E - Invincible
F - The Replacements

3. A W Virginia plane crash killing 75 people aboard of which 37 were football players all from what university?
A - Florida Gators
B - University of Albany
C - University of California/Davis
D - Univrsity of Indianapolis
E - South Carolina Gamecocks
F - Marshall University

4. Gold Glove outfielder, Curt Flood filed a civil lawsuit contending that
A - his civil liberties had been violated after he went to the bathroom during the national anthem
B - advertisers had misused his name
C - their reserve clause violates federal antitrust laws and he wasn't going to be traded to the Phillies
D - the Indian in the name 'Cleveland Indians' was disrespectful
E - there were no warning labels on bats
F - salaries should be capped

5. Dropping out of high school to become a mechanic, this race car driver became the only driver to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Indianapolis 500 the same year (1967)
A - Mario Andretti
B - Damon Hill
C - Mark Donohue
D - Jackie Stewart
E - A. J. Foyt
F - Richard Petty

6. Holder of 10 world records already, who went on the win 6 gold at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City?
A - Mark Spitz
B - Keith Russell
C - Kenneth Walsh
D - Mike Burton
E - Don McKenzie
F - Doug Russell

7. Who was the last hitter (1967) to ever win the Batting Triple Crown?
A - Rod Crew
B - Don Drysdale
C - Reggie Jackson
D - Sachel Paige
E - Carl Yastrzemski
F - Sandy Koufax

8. Formerly a member of the U. S. Senate, who held the record for 8 years in the mile run (3:52.1)
A - Jim Ryun
B - Rick Wohlhuter
C - Edwin Moses
D - Randy Matson
E - Carl Lewis
F - Michael Johnson

9. In 1968 the Oakland Raiders scored 2 consecutive touchdowns in the last minute of the 4th quarter to beat the NY Jets came to be known as the
A - Ice Bowl
B - Heidi Games
C - Black Hole
D - Orange Crush
E - Bowling Ball
F - Sudden Death

10. Dock Ellis of the Pittsburgh Pirates throws a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres while under the influence of
A - Dianabol
B - Anadrol
C - Deca Durabolin
D - Winstrol/Stanozolol
F - No problems with substance abuse in sports in the 60s

11. The golfing icon for Mexican Americans who is often referred to as 'The Merry Mex'  and the PGA Tour money leader (1970).
A - Lee Trevino
B - Nancy Lopez
C - Esteban Toledo
D - Victor Regalado
E - Dave Stockton
F - Jack Nicklaus

12. Arthur Ash was a . . .
A - tennis player
B - basketball player
C - swimmer
D - ice hockey goalie
E - drag racer
F - coach

13. In basketball  __  was illegal during this period
A - squaring up
B - fast breaking
C - the NBA draft
D - faking to the left
E - the jump ball
F - the dunk

14. Who created the 1st Special Olympics Games in 1968?
A - Gary Burghoff - actor, Corporal Walter Eugene 'Radar' O'Reilly
B - Christopher D'Olier Reeve - actor, director, producer, and writer.
C - Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller - 41st VPt of the US.
D - Elaine L. Chao - U.S. Secretary of Labor
E - Eunice Kennedy Shriver - head of the Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation
F - Henry Franklin Winkler - Golden Globe Award-winning actor

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