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Centre College: Quiz


Question 1: ________, Iota Chapter (1854-2002, inactive 1860-1865)
Sigma ChiZeta PsiAlpha Sigma PhiDelta Kappa Epsilon

Question 2: ________, 1850: Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States for 34 years.
Joseph McKennaJohn Marshall HarlanStephen Johnson FieldEdward Douglass White

Question 3: In October 2000, the Norton Center hosted the Vice-Presidential Debate with ________ and Senator Joe Lieberman.
George H. W. BushGerald FordGeorge W. BushDick Cheney

Question 4: [4] ________ and Senator Joe Lieberman debated on October 5 at Centre's Norton Center for the Arts.
George H. W. BushGeorge W. BushGerald FordDick Cheney

Question 5: Frederick M. Vinson, 1909, Law 1911: ________.
Supreme Court of the United StatesPresident of the United StatesAssociate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United StatesChief Justice of the United States

Question 6: Rev. Samuel D. Burchard, 1837: Clergyman whose "Rum, Romanism and rebellion" speech may have cost ________ the 1884 presidential election
James G. BlaineSchuyler ColfaxHannibal HamlinCharles Evans Hughes

Question 7: Completed in 1820, Old Centre is a ________ structure and was the College's first building.
Neoclassical architectureGothic Revival architectureGreek Revival architectureEgyptian Revival architecture

Question 8: In 1921, Centre upset ________'s undefeated football team 6-0 which The New York Times later called "Football's Upset of the Century".
Brown UniversityHarvard UniversityHarvard CrimsonRutgers University

Question 9: Senators, 43 U.S. Representatives, 10 moderators of the General Assemblies of the ________, and 11 governors.
ProtestantismCovenant theologyPresbyterianismChristianity

Question 10: In 1901, Central University in ________ was consolidated with Centre, and the Kentucky College for Women officially merged with Centre in 1926 - although the women didn't move onto Centre's campus until 1962.
Louisville, KentuckyRichmond, KentuckyMadison County, KentuckyFrankfort, Kentucky


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