1. Complete this rhyme seen years ago on roadside signs: "I proposed . . . To Ida . . . Ida refused . . . Ida won my Ida -- If Ida used . . ."
2. In what year was the first All-Star Baseball Game played? Where was it played?
3. What is either the capital or largest city in Nigeria? They are not the same.
4. Who wrote "Rhapsody in Blue"?
5. During what war did Cuba gain its independence from Spain?
6. In jewelry terminology, what does "k" represent?
7. Name three of the five Dionne quintuplets.
8. In the movie "Father Goose," who portrays a bum on a South Seas island during World War II? He becomes a lookout for the Australian Navy.
9. Which is larger: the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., or the Merchandise Mart in Chicago?
10. Is the kohlrabi edible?
1. "Burma Shave."
2. The first All-Star Game was played in Comiskey Park, home of the White Sox, in Chicago in 1933 as part of the World's Fair held in Chicago that year. 3. The capital is Abuja and the largest city, by far, is Lagos
4. George Gershwin.
5. Spanish-American War in 1898.
7. Annette, Emelie, Yvonne, Cecile and Marie.
8. Cary Grant.
9. Pentagon, which is about double the size of the Merchandise Mart.
10. Yes. It's a garden vegetable similar to cabbage.