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Question 1: For his work on the Dawes Plan, a program to enable ________ to restore and stabilize its economy, Dawes shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1925.
PolandNetherlandsGermanyGreece

Question 2: ________, the future Army general, was appointed military instructor at the University of Nebraska while attending the law school, he and Dawes became acquainted, forming a lifelong friendship.
John J. PershingDouglas MacArthurGeorge MarshallDwight D. Eisenhower

Question 3: On September 5, 1912, Dawes' son, Rufus (21), drowned in Geneva Lake while on summer break from ________.
Princeton TigersHarvard UniversityPrinceton UniversityRutgers University

Question 4: In 1894, Dawes acquired interests in a number of midwestern gas plants and became president of both the Lacrosse Gas Light Company in LaCrosse, Wisconsin and the Northwestern Gas Light and Coke Company in Evanston, ________.
IllinoisIndianaMissouriKentucky

Question 5: For his work on the Dawes Plan for World War I reparations he was a co-recipient of the ________.
Nobel Peace PrizeUnited Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesNelson MandelaNobel Prize

Question 6: Dawes believed that with the help of the McKinley Administration, he could win the Senate seat, however after McKinley's assassination, Dawes's hopes of winning faded because President ________ preferred Dawes's opponent.
Theodore RooseveltFrank KnoxWilliam Howard TaftCharles Evans Hughes

Question 7: ________/Charles Dawes (1925)
Stanley BaldwinHarold MacmillanAusten ChamberlainJohn Major

Question 8: ambassador, as George's son, the future King ________, would later confirm in his memoirs.
George V of the United KingdomEdward VIII of the United KingdomEdward VII of the United KingdomGeorge VI of the United Kingdom

Question 9: While attending Marietta College he joined The ________ Fraternity.
Chi PsiZeta PsiDelta UpsilonTheta Delta Chi

Question 10: He was admitted to the bar and practiced in ________, between 1887 and 1894.
Fremont, NebraskaLincoln, NebraskaNorth Platte, NebraskaOmaha, Nebraska







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