The Trivia Test

Golf (photo credit: Bloomberg)
(photo credit: Bloomberg)
1. In golf, a six-under-par score has never been recorded, and is unlikely ever to be, as it requires a hole-in-one on a par-seven hole. What is the “mythical” term for such a hypothetical performance? (Hint: Think about the names of under-par scores)
2. What other name completes this list of Italian bridges? Ponte degli Scalzi, Ponte dell’Accademia, Ponte della Costituzione, ...
3. Boustrophedon is a style of bi-directional text where every other line of writing is reversed. It literally means “the turning of an ox” in Greek, referring to what activity?
4. Because most of Antarctica would have to melt in order to submerge New York to the level shown in this film, which 2004 flick was lampooned by a climatologist as, “This movie is to climate science as Frankenstein is to heart transplant surgery”?
5. Descamisado (“shirtless” in Spanish) was a term used for the followers of which leader, who was president of his country from 1946 to 1955 and again from 1973 to 1974?
6. “The straight line belongs to Man. The curved line belongs to God.” This statement by which Spanish architect captures the essence of his work, which is sometimes called “Organic Architecture”?
7.Which Jewish singer wrote the famous song “Alice’s Restaurant”?
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