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Question 1: [3] As a child growing up, he was sometimes affectionately addressed by his British-born aunts as "Lord Bascom - King of the Canadian Cowboys," as he was a descendant of European royalty back to ________.
Louis the PiousCharlemagneAlboinLothair I

Question 2: They were married in ________ and raised five children.
Salt Lake CitySacramento, CaliforniaPhoenix, ArizonaSalt Lake County, Utah

Question 3: Even though he had no high school diploma, the ________ out of Provo, Utah accepted him as a student in the fall of 1933.
Brigham Young UniversityJ. Reuben Clark Law SchoolBYU Cougars footballLaVell Edwards Stadium

Question 4: first permanent rodeo arena with bucking chutes and grandstands in the state of ________ (1936) at Columbia, Mississippi
Georgia (U.S. state)MississippiFloridaAlabama

Question 5: He was the first cowboy artist to be honored as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts of ________.
StockholmBerlinMoscowLondon

Question 6: Bascom, had been a deputy sheriff in Utah who chased ________ and the Wild Bunch Gang.
Buffalo BillWyatt EarpButch CassidyHarry Longabaugh

Question 7: first high-cut rodeo chaps (1926) at ________
Milk River, AlbertaRaymond, AlbertaBow Island, AlbertaMagrath, Alberta

Question 8: Bascom died at the age of 89 on his ranch in ________, August 28, 1995.
Rancho Cucamonga, CaliforniaSan Bernardino, CaliforniaFontana, CaliforniaVictorville, California

Question 9: first one-hand bareback rigging (1924) at ________
Warner, AlbertaStirling, AlbertaNew Norway, AlbertaCoutts, Alberta

Question 10: Earl Bascom was born in a sod-roofed log cabin on the Bascom 101 Ranch in Vernal, ________.
WyomingUtahColoradoNew Jersey







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