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Question 1: The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) is the international governing body of lacrosse and it oversees field, women's and ________ competitions.
Western Lacrosse AssociationNational Lacrosse LeagueBox lacrosseField lacrosse

Question 2: [59] In 1904, three teams competed in the games held in ________.
St. Louis, MissouriGreater St. LouisKansas City, MissouriSt. Louis County, Missouri

Question 3: [51] Since 1990, the Iroquois Nationals, a team consisting of the Six Nations of the ________ members, have competed in international competition.
Seneca nationIroquoisFrench and Indian WarMohawk nation

Question 4: The sport originated among the ________, and the modern rules of field lacrosse were initially codified by Canadian Dr. William George Beers in 1867.
Pre-Columbian eraIndigenous peoples of the AmericasModels of migration to the New WorldClassification of indigenous peoples of the Americas

Question 5: The other versions, women's lacrosse (established in the 1890s) and ________ (which originated in the 1930s), are played under significantly different rules.
Western Lacrosse AssociationField lacrosseNational Lacrosse LeagueBox lacrosse

Question 6: [12] In the 1930s Canadian businessmen established a version called ________ to create business for ice hockey arenas during the summer months.
Box lacrosseWestern Lacrosse AssociationNational Lacrosse LeagueField lacrosse

Question 7: A lacrosse ball is made out of solid ________, measuring 7.75 to 8 inches (19.7–20 cm) in circumference and weighing 5 to 5.25 ounces (140–149 g).
LatexEnglandNatural rubberPolymer

Question 8: In the 1928 Summer Olympics, 1932 Summer Olympics, and the 1948 Summer Olympics, lacrosse was a ________.
Olympic Games1988 Summer OlympicsOlympic sportsDemonstration sport

Question 9: [45] In addition to the three divisions in the NCAA, college lacrosse in the United States is played by non-varsity Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association and ________ club teams.
National College Lacrosse LeagueVillanova UniversityRutgers UniversitySaint Joseph's University

Question 10: Two Canadian teams, the Winnipeg Shamrocks and a team of Mohawk Indians from the ________, and an American team represented by the local St. Louis A.A.A. lacrosse club participated, and the Winnipeg Shamrocks captured the gold medal.
French and Indian WarIroquoisSeneca nationMohawk nation







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