1. How does the play begin?
(a) With an argument over whether Brady, the current white heavyweight boxing champion, should fight an up-and-coming black boxer.
(b) With an argument over where Brady will go to train.
(c) With an argument over whether Brady should be the new Great White Hope.
(d) With a a meeting to discuss who Brady should fight next.
2. Does Brady accept the idea?
(c) Yes, at first.
(d) Not at first.
3. From whom does Brady face intense pressure?
(a) Fred, Cap'n Dan, and Smitty.
(b) Smity, Fred, and Jack.
(c) Cap'n Dan, Jack, and Smitty.
(d) Jack, Ellie, and Fred.
4. Who says that the black man did not fight "like a man" in a match in Australia?
(b) Cap'n Dan.
5. How does the boxer fight that makes him seem like he does not fight "like a man?"
(a) He glared at the other boxer, he would not stop when the referee told him to, and he swung harder than he needed to.
(b) He cried the entire match and begged for it to be over.
(c) He smiled all during the match, taunted his opponent, and made "smart ass remarks to the crowd."
(d) He made cheap shots and cursed at the other boxer.
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