Pittsburgh Trivia Answers

Pittsburgh in 1945

1. Goodnight, Good Luck and Good News Tomorrow
2. Art and Dan
3. nowhere
4. Copper
5. Race.
6. Chilly Billy
7. Bruno Samartino
8. Cannon
9. Italian bread, meat, cheese, tomato, coleslaw, french fries
10. The Gunner
11. Towel
12. Fort Pitt Tunnels
13. Squirrel Hill Tunnels
14. The "T"
15. Adventure Time
16. Paul Shannon
17. Immaculate
18. Oakland
19. North Side
20. Monongahela, Allegheny, Ohio
21. 21
22. 75
23. Mount Washington
24. Point State Park
25. KDKA
26. 13Q
27. Taylor
28. Perry
29. Stohl
30. wear dresses
31. Riggs
32. Hornets
33. Pipers and Condors
34. Will
35. American
36. Roth
37. Lebanon Church Road Pittsburgh
38. smiles
39. Holiday House
40. John Unitas, Dan Marino, Joe Montana, Terry Hanratty, Jim Kelly, Joe Namath, George Blanda, Scott Zolak.
41. Joe Negri
42. The Strip District
43. The Hill District
44. Pitt, Duquesne and Robert Morris
45. seafood
46. Triangles
47. Gandy Dancing
48. Art Rooney
49. Gateway Clippers
50. Maulers
51. Spirit and Stingers
52. The U.S. Steel Building
53. The Smithfield Bridge
54. Fort Duquesne and Fort Pitt
55. The Blockhouse
56. The Liberty Tunnels
57. Pittsburgh Stadium
58. Milo Hamilton
59. "Anticipation"
60. Exposition Park
61. The Empire State Building
62. Aunt Minnie
63. Rosie Rosewell
64. Motorcycle
65. It blinks "P-I-T-T-S-B-U-R-G-H" in morse code.
66. Red means fair weather, blue means precipitation. Blinking means a drop in temperature.
67. Pittsburgh Railways Company
68. 1936
69. 1937 - Pitt over Washington 21-0
70. 1909
71. Joe Greene, L.C. Greenwood, Ernie Holmes, Dwight White
72. Cliff Stoudt
73. John Henry Johnson - 1962
74. Family
75. Allegheny City
76. Smithfield Bridge in 1845 and Sixth Street Bridge in 1859 (both have since been replaced.)
77. William Pitt, The Elder
78. Pontiac's War - 1763
79. Smokey
80. Philadelphia Eagles (1943) and the Chicago Cardinals (1944).
81. G-Men
82. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
83. Jenkin's Arcade
84. Bill Mazeroski
85. Pittsburgh Pirates
86. Pittsburgh Alleghenies
87. Point Bridge and Manchester Bridge
88. Penn-Lincoln Parkway
89. Pittsburgh Plate Glass
90. Frank and Sedar
91. Gimbels
92. Rosenbaums
93. Kennywood Park
94. Diamond Street
95. Ebenezer Denny
96. 1759 and 1816
97. Gateway To The West
98. Homestead Works
99. Eat 'n Park
100. Post-Gazette, Sun-Telegraph, Courier, Press

101. Skybus
102. David L. Lawrence
103. Richard S. Caligiuri
104. Franco's Italian Army
105. Gerela's Guerillas
106. Charlie Daniels
107. White Swan Park, West View Park, Kennywood Park
108. Guy Mitchell
109. William Penn Way and Fifth
110. Carlton House
111. 1845
112. University of Pittsburgh
113. L.C. Greenwood
114. An arrowhead
115. Buddy Dial
116. Andy Russell, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham
117. Applebee's
118. Robert Haygood
119. Michael Keaton
120. Jersey Joe Walcott and Ezzard Charles
121. Nikita Kruschev
122. Dr. Jonas Salk
123. 3000
124. Salt, Glass, Iron, Steel, Oil, Coal, Machine Foundries
125. Duquesne
126. Rodman
127. Neville
128. George Washington
129. Thunderbolt, Jack Rabbit, Carousel, Turtle
130. the Super Bowl
131. Alcoa
132. Melting Pot
133. Pennsylvania
134. Canal
135. Coal
136. Braddock's
137. Tony Dorsett
138. Lumber
139. Bill Currie
140. Bill and Patty Burns
141. King Friday, Queen Saturday, Prince Tuesday, Cornelius S. Peschly, "X" the Owl, Henrietta Pussycat, Lady Elaine Fairchild, Mr. and Mrs. Platypus, the Platypus baby, Daniel the Tiger, Robert the Frenchman.
142. Lambert's Lunatics
143. The Pittsburgh Press
144. Stellino, Feeney, Whitley
145. Oakmont Country Club
146. Marino
147. Champions
148. Three Rivers Regatta
149. 66
150. 1991 and 1992
151. Bob Johnson and Scotty Bowman
152. Speedy Delivery
153. Baltimore Orioles
154. John Candelaria - 1976
155. Chuck Noll
156. Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier
157. Harvey Haddix
158. Roberto Clemente
159. Mike Rozier
160. Stanley
161. Andrew Carnegie
162. PNC Park
163. South Park, Boyce Park, Settlers Cabin Park
164. Second Avenue
165. George Westinghouse
166. Monongahela
167. The Court House and Jail
168. Rege Cordic
169. Luna Park
170. John Wright
171. Super Bowl
172. trolley
173. Bob and Lady
174. Willie Stargell
175. Danny Murtaugh
176. Pitt Stadium
177. Terry Bradshaw
178. Martin Luther King
179. Requiem
180. Golden
181. Nancy Bee
182. "Do you know where your children are?"
183. WIIC
184. "We had'em all the way!"
185. Forbes Quad - University of Pittsburgh
186. Winky's
187. Neil O'Donnell
188. Bubby Brister
189. Chiller Theatre
190. 14K
191. One gallon of Isaly's ice cream
192. Perry Marshall
193. Brothers Paul Waner and Lloyd Waner
194. Len Dawson
195. Junior High Quiz
196. Stefan "The Prankster" and Georgette "The Fudgemaker"
197. Marie Torre
198. Farkleberry
199. James Klingensmith
200. Bob Cranmer, Larry Dunn, Mike Dawida

Postcard from 1939 showing the Liberty Bridge.

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