1. “And I always remember that whatever I have done in the past or may do in the future Duke University is responsible in one way or another.” — Who spoke these words at a Greensboro campaign rally in 1960?
2. What crucial contribution to the tobacco industry was made by a slave in Caswell County?
3. True or false: Actor Robert De Niro once appeared as a beauty pageant emcee in a Duke Power television commercial.
4. What is the largest city in North Carolina not named for a person?
5. True or false: No football player at an N.C. college has ever won the Heisman Trophy.
1. Duke law grad Richard Nixon.
2. Stephen Slade fell asleep while tending a fire in a tobacco barn, accidentally inventing the process that produces bright-leaf tobacco.
3. True. De Niro was discovered for the role while performing at the Matthews Dinner Theater in 1967. His big break in movies didn’t come until six years later in “Bang the Drum Slowly.”
4. High Point, the state’s eighth largest city.
5. True. North Carolina’s Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice was runner-up in both 1948 and 1949.