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Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

Which of the following drove an ambulance during World War One?
A.
Babe Ruth
D.
Walt Disney
B.
Billy Sunday
E.
George S. Patton
C.
Woodrow Wilson
 

 2. 

Which of the following had the MOST #1 songs according to Billboard’s Top 40?
A.
Elvis Presley
D.
Michael Jackson
B.
The Beattles
E.
The Beach Boys
C.
Madonna
 

 3. 

Crazy Horse’s father was called Crazy Horse, until he gave his son his name, what name did his father take after he gave the other away?
A.
Running Bear
D.
Standing Bear
B.
Curly
E.
Black Elk
C.
Worm
 

 4. 

The Los Angles Lakers moved to L.A. from what city?
A.
San Diego
D.
Detroit
B.
New Orleans
E.
Minneapolis
C.
Omaha
 

 5. 

What comic book hero is going to have a side kick who has HIV?
A.
Batman
D.
Captain America
B.
Green Arrow
E.
Flash
C.
Superman
 

 6. 

During World War Two, which service duty on the Allied side, had the HIGHEST mortality rate?
A.
the Marines
D.
Infantrymen
B.
Allied submarine crews
E.
tank crews
C.
Bomber crews over Europe
 

 7. 

What city was Babe Ruth born in?
A.
Baltimore
D.
Atlanta
B.
Boston
E.
Pittsburgh
C.
New York City
 

 8. 

Who was the author of, “Of Mice And Men”?
A.
Steinbeck
D.
Bret Harte
B.
F.Scott Fitzgerald
E.
H.G. Wells
C.
Hemmingway
 

 9. 

What year was Elvis Presley born?
A.
1945
D.
1930
B.
1940
E.
1925
C.
1935
 

 10. 

Who sang, “Last Train To Clarksville” in 1966?
A.
The Beatles
D.
Freddie and The Dreamers
B.
Diana Ross and the Supremes
E.
The Monkeys
C.
The Turtles
 

 11. 

Which of the following appeared on this year’s Fortune 400 richest people?
A.
Michael Jordan
D.
Sam Walton
B.
Teresa Heinz Kerry
E.
Tom Cruise
C.
Arnold Palmer
 

 12. 

Before Mr. Murray came to work in Nevada, what school did he work for?
A.
Ames
D.
Roland-Story
B.
Clear Lake
E.
Dubuque
C.
Webster City
 



 
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