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Question 1: The museum also contains a large firearm display including a rifle belonging to ________.
Mexican RevolutionVenustiano CarranzaPancho VillaÁlvaro Obregón

Question 2: The College of the Ozarks Bobcats and Lady Cats compete on the ________ (NAIA) level in the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference.
California Pacific ConferenceNAIA independent schoolsNational Association of Intercollegiate AthleticsAmerican Mideast Conference

Question 3: Forsythe was from the ________ area.
St. Louis, MissouriGreater St. LouisKansas City, MissouriSt. Louis County, Missouri

Question 4: In 1934 the ________ and Jelly Kitchen opened to offer work for students.
FruitcakeChristmas cakeFruit (slang)Christmas

Question 5: It was later renamed for country music pioneer ________, who donated money and exhibits for it.
Ralph D. FosterSi SimanSlim WilsonOzark Jubilee

Question 6: The central building of the campus was the Maine Hunting and Fishing Club building which had been transported to the site by sportsmen from the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair where it been the State of ________ exhibit.
MaineMassachusettsNew HampshireConnecticut

Question 7: University of Missouri System
University of Missouri ________ University of Missouri–Kansas City University of Missouri–St.

Question 8: In 1973 the ________ described it as "Hard Work U." The name has stuck as school motto.
Dow Jones & CompanyThe Wall Street JournalNew York PostThe Times

Question 9: College of the Ozarks is a private, ________ liberal-arts college in the Ozarks at Point Lookout in between Branson and Hollister.
JesusChristianityChristianCatholic Church

Question 10: In the 1920s what would become the ________ depicting Ozark heritage had its start in the basement of the boys dormitory Abernathy Hall.
Si SimanSlim WilsonOzark JubileeRalph D. Foster







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