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Question 1: He left pro football after two seasons to coach the ________ Orediggers in 1933, a long-time rival of his alma mater.
Colorado State University–PuebloMetropolitan State College of DenverColorado School of MinesUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Question 2: Clark served in the ________ during World War II, and as Athletic Director at the University of Detroit after the war.
United States armed forcesUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States ArmyUnited States Army Africa

Question 3: Earl Harry "Dutch" Clark (October 11, 1906 – August 5, 1978) was a professional football player for the ________ in the National Football League.
2009 Detroit Lions seasonDetroit Lions2010 Detroit Lions season1957 Detroit Lions season

Question 4: In his final two seasons he was the Head Coach of the ________.
2010 Detroit Lions seasonDetroit Lions2009 Detroit Lions season1957 Detroit Lions season

Question 5: The Pro Football Hall of Fame inducted him as a charter member in 1963, along with sixteen others including ________, Red Grange and Curly Lambeau.
Jim ThorpeGeorge HalasJack McBridePete Henry

Question 6: He was inducted into the ________ in 1963.
National Football LeagueHistory of National Football League ChampionshipAmerican Football LeaguePro Football Hall of Fame

Question 7: He retired as a player and became the head coach of the ________ from 1939 through 1942.
St. Louis RamsMarshall FaulkSuper Bowl XXXIV2009 St. Louis Rams season

Question 8: At ________, he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity.
Middlebury CollegeDePauw UniversityOhio Wesleyan UniversityColorado College

Question 9: Dutch Clark began his football career at center as a freshman at Central High School in ________, circa 1922.
Arvada, ColoradoAurora, ColoradoColorado Springs, ColoradoPueblo, Colorado

Question 10: The Spartans moved to Detroit as a result of the ________, and became the Lions.
Republican Party (United States)Federal Reserve SystemGreat DepressionUnited States







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