1. What 1973-74 situation comedy starred Dom DeLuise as a single guy who supports his extended family through his job with a bus station? “Lotsa Luck.”
2. What Clemson quarterback was 4-0 against South Carolina? Charlie Whitehurst led the Tigers to wins in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005.
3. Who was the last Whig president of the United States? Millard Fillmore in
4. Who starred in the 1976 television movie “The Great Houdinis? Paul Michael Glaser and Sally Struthers.
5. What actor hit the charts in 1976 with “Don’t Give Up On Us Baby?” David Soul, who was Hutch on the crime show “Starsky and Hutch.”
6. What 1987 first-run syndicated comedy starred Suzanne Somers as a law enforcement officer? “She’s the Sheriff.”
7. What South Carolina quarterback was 3-0 against Clemson? Tommy Suggs led South Carolna to wins in 1968, 1969 and 1970.
8. Who was the only person to officially run for President representing the “Know-Nothing” party? Milliard Fillmore in 1856. He and Andrew Jackson Donelson (nephew of former president Andrew Jackson) carried only one state, but drew 21 percent of the vote.
9. Who wrote the screen play for the 1968 musical comedy, “The Night They Raided Minskys?” Norman Lear, who would later gain fame as the producer of the groundbreaking television series “All in the Family.” The movie was a fictional account of the first strip tease show.
10. What was the first Bruce Springsteen song to top the Adult Contemporary charts? “My Hometown” in 1985. “Dancing in the Dark” had topped the U.S. Main charts a year earlier.