Every Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR… Look for five new trivia questions and answers from the “365 Amazing Trivia Facts for 2020” calendar…
This Week’s Questions:
- What football team won the first Super Bowl (then called the AFL-NFL World Championship) in 1967?
- In a traditional deck of playing cards, which king does not have a mustache?
- The landscape of Nunavut, in Canada, is dotted with anthropoid figures made of stacked rocks. What are these rock stacks called?
- In music theory, what is the relative minor scale of G major?
- Richard L. Simon was a cofounder of the publishing house Simon & Schuster. He was also related to a famous singer. Name that singer.
This Week’s Answers:
- The Green Bay Packers. They defeated the Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles’s Memorial Coliseum on January 15, 1967.
- The king of hearts. The kings of spades, clubs, and diamonds all sport mustaches.
- Inuksuit. The Inuit use these figures as a form of communication, and many of the stacks have been around since ancient times.
- E minor. Relative major and minor keys have exactly the same notes in their scales, and they have the same key signature when they appear in sheet music.
- Carly Simon. Carly, the singer-songwriter behind the popular hit “You’re So Vain,” is Richard’s daughter.
Source: Workman Publishing / “Page-A-Day”