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Answers to 1979 Cube Baseball Quiz

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Thanks to everyone who took the time to send in answers to the quiz. The winner of "The Ultimate Baseball Book" is the team of Tim Christen-feld, Eames Demetrios, Chuck Lane and Carol Bezirganian of E entry in Canaday. The freshman foursome answered 114 of the questions correctly in an awesome display of procrastination. Honorable mention must go to Ben Zurier of Weld Hall who soloed his way to 94 correct answers. The winners should call The Crimson [495-7890] to claim their prize.

1. Cecil Cooper, Bernie Carbo, Dwight Evans, Juan Beniquez; 2. Bobby Richardson; 3. Johnny Podres; 4. Joe Black, John Wyatt, Jim Grant, Bob Gibson, Luis Tiant, John Odom; 5. Dale Mitchell batting for Sal Maglie; 6. Jim Mason; 7. Tom Matchick, Ray Oyler, Dick Tracewski, Mickey Stanley; 8. John Antonelli; 9. Jose Santiago; 10. Corrected question reads: who were the only two Mets to allow earned runs. Answer: Jerry Koosman and Tom Seaver; 11. Bruce Kison; 12. Whitey Ford; 13. Ken Brett; 14. Moe Drabowsky; 15. Howard Ehmke; 16. Bill Wambsganss; 17. Nippy Jones; 18. Lou Brock; 19. Denis Menke; 20. Vic Wertz; 21. Ed Charles; 22. Herb Pennock; 23. Ed Stroud; 24. Benny Kauff; 25. Walter Maranville; 26. Bobby Thomson; 27. Orlando Cepeda; 28. Lou Novikoff; 29. Frank Howard; 30. Clint Courtney; 31. Gray Eagle; 32. The Silver Fox; 33. The Peerless Leader; 34. Old Reliable; 35. Hoot; 36. Moonman; 37. Gates; 38. Hondo Hurricane; 39. Spider; 40. Mighty Mite; 41. Dixie and Harry Walker; 42. Carlos and Lee May; 43. Christy and Henry Mathewson; 44. Stupid question--too many to list, all with any correct answers got fullcredit; 45. Tommie Aaron and Cloyd Boyer; 46. Hector, Jose and Cirilio; 47. Jim and Graig; 48. Ron, Hank and Richie; 49. "Bubbles," "Pinky"; 50. Ken, Clete, Cloyd; 51. Jackie Robinson; 52. Bubbles Hargrave, Ernie Lombardi; 53. Ernie Banks, Joe Morgan; 54. Rogers Hornsby, Ted Williams; 55. Mateo Alou; 56. Zoilo Versalles; 57. Billy Goodman; 58. Tony Conigliaro; 59. Al Kaline; 60. .320; 61. Gil MacDougald; 62. Earl Averill; 63. rented Chevrolet; 64. Jack Hamilton; 65. Paul Blair; 66. hurt hand while dunking basketball; 67. fear of flying; 68. pulled a hamstring playing hoop; 69. reserve clause litigation; 70. went down a swimming pool slide arm-first; 71. Dune buggy accident; 72. car accident; 73. airplane crash; 74. gunshot wounds as a result of duel in native P.R.; 75. asphyxiation; 76. leukemia; 77. knife wounds; 78. mysteriously disappeared after being let off train just before Niagara Falls bridge--body found in river days later; 79. killed by pitched ball; 80. Gary, IN; 81. Frank Duffy and Sam McDowell to the Giants; 82. Nettles and Jerry Moses went to the Yankees for John Ellis, Jerry Kenney, Charlie Spikes, and Rosendo Torres; 83. Willie Montanez and Jim Browning went to the Phillies; 84. Dave May and Roger Alexander for Hank Aaron; 85. Milt Pappas, Dick Simpson, and Jack Baldschun: 86. Bill Robinson, Diomedes (Chi Chi) Olivo for Boyer; 87. Singleton, Mike Jorgensen, and Tim Foli to Expos for Rusty Staub; 88. Singleton, and Mike Torrez for Dave McNally, Rich Coggins and Bill Kirkpatrick; 89. Bonds to Yankees for Bobby Murcer; to Angels for Mickey Rivers and Ed Figueroa; went to the White Sox with Thad Bosley and Dick Dotson for Chris Knapp, Dave Frost and Brian Downing; traded to Texas for Claudell Washington and Rusty Torres; went to Cleveland with Len Barker for Jim Kern and Larvell Blanks; 90. Harvey Kuenn sent to Cleveland for Rocky Colavito, who went to Detroit; 91. Dartmouth; 92. Columbia; 93. California; 94. Duke; 95. UCLA; 96. UMass; 97. UNH; 98. U. Western Michigan; 99. University of South Alabama; 100. Pete Varney; 101. Rich Reese; 102. Tom Zachry; 103. Jack Billingham; 104. Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Tommie Harper, Ken Williams, Bobby Bonds; 105. Dickie Kerr, Eddie Cicotte, Lefty Williams, Urban (Red) Faber; 106. Pete Fox, Charlie Gehringer, Hank Greenberg, Gee Walker; 107. 13-12; 108. 13; 109. Norm Cash; 110. .361; 111. Hal Newhouser; 112. Buck Weaver; 113. Red Schoendienst, Lou Brock; 114. John Matlack; 115. George Foster; 116. Mickey Mantle, Jimmie Foxx; 117. Chuck Klein, 170; 118. Stan Musial, Ernie Banks; 119. Al Kaline, Carl Yastrzemski, Lou Brock; 120. 96, Ninety-six, South Carolina; 121. Bob Gibson; 122. Dave DeBusschere; 123. Dick Groat; 124. Tim Stoddard; 125. Cal Hubbard; 126. Bill Haller; 127. Bill Valentine. Al Salerno: 128. Larry Barnett; 129. Emmett Ashford; 130. Bill Klem; 131. Joe Cronin, $250,000; 132. Gene Conley, Pumps i.e., Green, fly to Israel...they were found drunk at the airport; 133. Theodore S. Williams; 134. Nellie Fox, Luis Aparicio...the award was presented by midget Eddie Gaedel; 135. Don Drysdale had pitched his sixth consecutive shutout; 136. Carlos May--had his thumb shot off in Marine training; 137. Don Mossi; 138. Cliff Mapes; 139. Joe Pepitone, Hank Bauer, Yogi Berra; 140. Coca-Cola; 141. Phil Linz; 142. Bambino; 143. Carl Yastrzemski; 144. Yoo-hoo chocolate drink; 145. Gillette Blue Blades; 146. Ted Williams; 147. 1271, 3rd Avenue; 148. Chesterfields, Camels.

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