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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "It's All Relative," what did Hill say he envied about his predecessors?
(a) Their time.
(b) Their freedom.
(c) Their adventure.
(d) Their skills.
2. In "The Best and the Worst of It," where was the best fly caster from?
3. In "The Responsible Sportsman," how did Hill say success should be measured?
(a) Nice mentoring.
(b) All of these.
(d) Good manners.
4. In "Why Is It. . .?," what was Hill wondering about?
(a) Why people shunned hunters.
(b) Why God made him a hunter.
(c) Why animals allowed themselves to be killed.
(d) Why man was made to kill.
5. In "Special Skills," what did Hill call picture taking while hunting?
(c) A nice touch.
6. In "Everycamp," what did Hill imagine the men finding a respect for?
7. In "Just After You Left . . .," what bird was featured?
(b) Wild turkey.
(d) Wood cock.
8. In "Giving and Taking," where was Hill talking about?
(b) South America.
9. In "A Matter of Privacy," where did Hill say he got the most privacy?
(a) The city.
(c) His office.
(d) The woods.
10. In "A Little Quicker," what did Hill imagine winning?
(a) The Hunter Collaborative.
(b) The Combined Birder.
(c) The Gun Slinger.
(d) The Grand American.
11. In "The Responsible Sportsman," who was Hill criticizing?
(a) The environmentalists.
(b) The government henchmen.
(c) The retail companies.
(d) The mainstream sporting community.
12. In "It's All Relative," what did Hill say it was silly to envy?
(a) What would have negative affects.
(b) What one never had.
(c) What is impossible.
13. In "A Little Quicker," who did Hill say would help him win?
(a) His dog.
(c) His hunting partners.
(d) His family.
14. In "It's All Relative," what kind of men did Hill say put their lives in their own hands?
(d) All of these.
15. In "Horoscopes," which sign did Hill say was too modest?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Hill's companion in "A Listening Walk" want to do on the walks?
2. Who did Hill take with him on his Listening Walks?
3. In "It's All Relative," what part of America did Hill discuss?
4. How did the hero in "Dog Hair In Your Drink" get knowledge of hunting?
5. In "Another November Season," how did Hill say dogs knew the season had come?
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