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Question 1: They also host the annual ________ which is a college football all-star game.
East-West Shrine GameBowl gameReliant StadiumAlamodome

Question 2: Despite its theme, the Shrine is in no way connected to ________.
MosqueIslamIslamic schools and branchesMuslim history

Question 3: Some of the earliest Shrine Centers often chose a ________ style for their Temples.
Gothic Revival architectureMoorish Revival architectureNeoclassical architectureRenaissance Revival architecture

Question 4: The Shrine's charitable arm is the Shriners Hospitals for Children, a network of twenty-two hospitals in the United States, Mexico and ________.
BelizeCanadaBarbadosUnited Kingdom

Question 5: It was originally formed to treat young victims of ________, but as that disease was controlled, they broadened their scope.
Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathyTropical spastic paraparesisHerpesviral encephalitisPoliomyelitis

Question 6: Florence, a world-renowned actor, while on tour in ________, was invited to a party given by an Arabian diplomat.

Question 7: Florence took copious notes and drawings at his initial viewing and on two other occasions, once in ________ and once in Cairo.

Question 8: Until 2000, before being eligible for membership in the Shrine, a person had to complete either the Scottish Rite or York Rite degrees of Masonry,[6] but now any ________ can join.
Co-FreemasonryFreemasonrySocietas RosicrucianaAnti-Masonry

Question 9: They now deal with all ________ cases, most especially with orthopedic injuries, disease and burns.
PediatricsSpecialty (medicine)MedicinePhysician

Question 10: The group adopted a Middle Eastern theme and soon established Temples meeting in ________ (though the term Temple has now generally been replaced by Shrine Auditorium or Shrine Center).
IslamMuslim worldMuslim historyMosque


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