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Centennial Quiz - April 13, 2008

1. In the 1960s, a dance group taught teenagers the art of ballroom dancing. What was it called?
a. Limelighters
b. Starsteppers
c. Stardusters
d. Arthur Murray’s Teen Scene

2. True or False?
Quaker Avenue was once known as Dagley Field Road.

3. True or False?
In its first year of varsity competition, Estacado High School won the state Class 3A football championship in 1968.

4. Who was the coach of that state champion Estacado team?

a. Bobby Moegle
b. Louis Kelley
c. Jimmie Keeling
d. James Odom

Answers:

1. In the 1960s, a dance group taught teenagers the art of ballroom dancing. What was it called?

c. Stardusters

2. Quaker Avenue was once known as Dagley Field Road.

True

3. In its first year of varsity competition, Estacado High School won the state Class 3A football championship in 1968.

True. The team also went undefeated.

4. Who was the coach of that state champion Estacado team?

c. Jimmie Keeling

Do you know of a little-known or fun fact about Lubbock that we can feature in our centennial quiz? If so, send them to Dave Daniel, A-J news editor, at david.daniel@lubbockonline.com.

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