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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name of the scout that recruited Bruce after college?
(a) Robbie Red.
(b) Ron White.
(c) Robert Violet.
(d) Ray Pink.
2. How many baseball seasons did Bruce play in college?
(b) A few.
3. Which decades did Bruce help his father with farm work?
(a) 1920s and 1930s.
(d) 1930s and 1940s.
4. What do the letters of the game, Tegwar, stand for?
(a) The Elaborate Game Without Any Rules.
(b) The Exciting Game Without Any Rules.
(c) The Exciting Game With Added Rules.
(d) The Elaborate Game Without Added Rules.
5. How is the team doing as the season officially opens?
(a) They are winning all of their games.
(b) They are winning half of their games.
(c) They are winning most of their games.
(d) They are winning a portion of their games.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Bruce tell his parents when they ask about the news from Minnesota?
2. How does Bruce respond to the team's decision to keep him?
3. What is the name of the operator that Henry and Bruce are concerned will hear their conversations?
4. Which reference does Henry make in order to convince Bruce that he is not stupid?
5. How many games each day does Bruce play with an amateur league?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Henry leave a game of Tegwar in Chapter 8?
2. What is Tegwar?
3. Why are Henry and Bruce concerned about other members of the team knowing of Bruce's illness?
4. What clause does Henry insist be included in his contract?
5. Why does Bruce call Henry in Chapter 1?
6. What side note does Henry make before leaving in Chapter 1?
7. Why does Henry think that Bruce's father knows about Bruce's condition?
8. Which types of employment does Henry have as the story begins?
9. How does Dutch respond to Henry's contract negotiating?
10. What is Henry reminded of when Holly visits in Chapter 4?
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