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How much did a one-minute TV spot cost advertisers on the first Super Bowl broadcast in 1967?

Answer: $85,000



Who was the famous great-great-great-grandfather of San Francisco 49er quarterback Steve Young?

Answer: Mormon leader Brigham Young



Who is second only to Thomas Edison in the number of U.S. patents granted for inventions?

Answer: Edwin Land, inventor of the Polaroid camera



Who is often called "the mother of the civil rights movement"?

Answer: Rosa Parks (who refused to give up her bus seat to a white man On Dec. 1, 1955 - triggered the Montgomery bus boycott, a key event in the civil rights movement)


In 1975, what football hero scored a record 23 touchdowns in one season?

Answer: O.J. Simpson




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