On This Day: October 26th II Quiz Stats

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This mail delivery service, vital for tying the American West to the rest of the US, ceases operations, two days after the first transcontinental telegraph was established.
1861
Pony Express
95.3%
Horse and Buggy
1%
Mustang Mail
1.2%
Rapid Postal Service
2.5%
Erich Ludendorff, quartermaster-general of the Imperial ______ Army, is dismissed by Kaiser Wilhelm II for refusing to cooperate in peace negotiations.
1918
German
93.4%
Bulgarian
1.6%
French
1.5%
Belgian
3%
This boxer faces off against Jerry Quarry in Atlanta, Georgia. It is his first sanctioned fight since being exiled from the sport for refusing to be drafted in the Vietnam War.
1970
Muhammad Ali
91.9%
George Foreman
3%
Sugar Ray Leonard
2.8%
Larry Holmes
1.4%
The Football Association (FA), the governing body of association football in ______, is founded.
1863
England
90.4%
Ireland
2.7%
France
3.1%
Italy
3.5%
The Maharaja of Kashmir and Jammu agrees to allow his kingdom to join ______.
1947
India
83.6%
Turkey
4.9%
Afghanistan
5.4%
Bhutan
5.4%
This country music singer-songwriter from New Zealand, who has also appeared as a judge on ‘American Idol’ and ‘The Voice’ (Australia version), is born.
1967
Keith Urban
72.9%
Tim McGraw
6.5%
Brad Paisley
4.2%
Blake Shelton
15.7%
Jacinda Ardern is sworn in as the 40th Prime Minister of ______.
2017
New Zealand
62.7%
Canada
6.5%
Norway
15.1%
Iceland
14.6%

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