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Question 1: Rice was posthumously awarded the 1966 J. G. Taylor Spink Award by the ________.
Baseball Writers Association of AmericaBaseball ProspectusBaseball awardsMajor League Baseball

Question 2: For many years, a portion of one floor of the ________ was designated the "Grantland Rice Suite".
School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia UniversityTeachers College, Columbia UniversityColumbia Business SchoolColumbia University Graduate School of Journalism

Question 3: A Biblical reference to the ________, this famous account was published in the New York Herald Tribune on October 18, describing the Notre Dame vs.
Four Horsemen of the ApocalypseThe Beast (Bible)MillennialismBook of Revelation

Question 4: At Vanderbilt, a four-year scholarship named for Rice and former colleague and fellow Vanderbilt alumnus ________ is awarded each year to a freshman who intends to pursue a career in sportswriting.
Tom OsborneKeith JacksonGrantland RiceFred Russell

Question 5: Grantland Rice at the ________
Internet Movie DatabaseBox Office

Question 6: Rice was mentioned in an ________ episode entitled "The Camping Trip", and was portrayed by actor Lane Smith, also a native of Tennessee, in The Legend of Bagger Vance.
Desi ArnazI Love LucyCBSLucille Ball

Question 7: The Grantland Rice Bowl, an annual college football ________ held from 1964–1977, was named in his honor, as was the Grantland Rice Award given to the winner.
2007–08 NCAA football bowl games2005–06 NCAA football bowl games2006–07 NCAA football bowl gamesBowl game

Question 8: Henry Grantland Rice was born in ________, the son of Bolling H.
Johnson City, TennesseeNashville, TennesseeClarksville, TennesseeMurfreesboro, Tennessee

Question 9: Army game played at the ________:
Progress Energy ParkSubway SeriesShea StadiumPolo Grounds

Question 10: [2] The same month that Grantland Rice died, ________’s New York World Building was demolished.
Carl SchurzColumbia UniversityUnited StatesJoseph Pulitzer


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