Mid-Book Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does Buddy step out of the marching band?
(b) Every 300 yards.
(c) Every verse.
(d) At the end.
2. Webb went to train for ______.
(a) The police force.
(b) Nursing school.
(c) Construction work.
(d) The army.
3. When a band member was looking for Buddy, where was he hiding?
(a) In a cab.
(b) In the bathroom.
(c) In the station.
(d) Under a table.
4. At times, how does Buddy act toward Nora?
(a) He becomes depressed.
(b) He showers her with gifts.
(c) He breaks into a fury.
(d) He ignores her.
5. Where will most of the clues to Buddy's whereabouts come from?
(a) Nora's observations.
(b) Bars around town.
(c) Webb's memory.
(d) Buddy journal.
6. Buddy is good at his job because he is good at ________.
7. What do the Brewitts do with Buddy when he arrives?
(a) Entertain him.
(b) Kick him out.
(c) Take him in.
(d) Scold him.
8. Why does Webb agree to look for Buddy?
(a) Because he owes Buddy.
(b) Because they're friends.
(c) Because it's his job.
(d) Because he's in love with Nora.
9. Why do smart customers come to the barbershop early?
(a) To avoid Buddy being drunk.
(b) To beat the heat.
(c) To get good seats.
(d) To avoid the lunch rush.
10. What time is Buddy usually drunk by?
(a) 4 PM.
(d) 8 AM.
11. Webb is a ______, shaking, lecherous police detective.
12. What does Buddy do with his last dollar?
(b) Buys candy.
(c) Burns it.
(d) Gives it away.
13. What does Buddy ask the Brewitts to do with his coat?
(a) Wash it.
(b) Burn it.
(c) Return it.
(d) Hang it up.
14. Buddy is with Nora until ____ PM.
15. Crawley is on a _____ fast.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Webb and Buddy were first friends, Webb was ____.
2. Buddy remembers the first morning on the boat and seeing Robin half naked fetching _____.
3. At the end of Buddy's day what does he do?
4. How is liquor handled in the barbershop?
5. The neighborhoods in "Coming Through Slaughter" have notorious stories of gamblers, prostitutes, and _______.
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