Do you know your famous f irsts?

Actor, comedian and RiverDogs’ co-owner and “Director of Fun” Bill Murray has a famous first to his name. Do you know what it is? Look to Question 3 for help.

Wade Spees

One way to become immortalized in history is to be the first at something. Let’s be honest, no one really cares who finished third. So this week’s Head2Head Trivia is all about famous firsts.

Steve Zimmer broke a tie to become the current champ, and he faces off against Anita Lopes.

1. Who was the first person to appear on a British postage stamp other than royalty?

2. What was the first country to give women the right to vote?

3. Who was the first scheduled guest to appear on “The Late Show With David Letterman”?

4. Who was the first athlete to appear on a Wheaties box?

5. What was the first animal to be in outer space?

6. Who was the first musician to appear on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine?

7. Who was the first president to be inaugurated in Washington?

8. Who was the first drummer for The Beatles?

9. Who was the first person to say, “I’m going to Disney World!”?

10. Who was the first American to win the Nobel Peace Prize?

1. I’m going with Shakespeare.

2. Maybe Australia?

3. Bill Murray

4. Jim Thorpe

5. Think it was a dog.

6. John Lennon

7. Pretty sure it was Jefferson.

8. Pete Best

9. Huh ... don’t think I know this one. Was it Joe Namath?

10. Teddy Roosevelt

1. John Lennon

2. Canada

3. Jack Nicholson

4. Babe Ruth

5. A monkey

6. Jimi Hendrix

7. John Adams

8. Ringo Starr

9. Larry Bird

10. Martin Luther King Jr.

Steve gets his second win as he trounces Anita to remain Head2Head champ for another week. Can he get a third? We’ll find out when Head2Head returns next week.

1. William Shakespeare

2. New Zealand

3. Bill Murray

4. Lou Gehrig

5. A dog

6. John Lennon

7. Thomas Jefferson

8. Pete Best

9. New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms, in 1987

10. Theodore Roosevelt