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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who receives the applause from the Methodist side of the church?
(a) Joe Clarke.
(b) Reverend Childers.
(c) Joe Lindsay.
(d) Deacon Simms.
2. Why is the church bell rung?
(a) Hambo rings the bell as a way of ushering Jim Weston out of town.
(b) Lum Boger rings the bell to signal the beginning of the trial.
(c) It was an accident; someone fell and grabbed the rope.
(d) Deacon Simms rings the bell to draw attention to his client's case.
3. What assurance does Deacon Simms give Sisters Taylor and Thomas?
(a) He assures them that the trial will be quick and fair.
(b) He assures them that Jim Weston will get the punishment he deserves.
(c) He assures them that they will both get a chance to testify at the trial.
(d) He assures them that not only will Jim Weston be cleared, but they may get a new mayor.
4. Why does Joe Clarke get frustrated with Lum Boger?
(a) He has not quited the crowd.
(b) He has not shown up for the trial yet.
(c) He blames him for forgetting the gavel.
(d) He is sitting with the defendant.
5. Why does Sister Taylor doubt that the girl's mother will influence the girl?
(a) She knows that the girl only listens to her father.
(b) She says that a child that mean will not listen to anyone.
(c) She says the girl's mother does not behave any better than the daughter.
(d) She knows that the mother tries but has no control over the daughter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Joe Clarke realize that he needs to get from the lodge room before he goes to the trial?
2. Jim Weston accuses Daisy of hurrying back to town to do what?
3. According to Sister Taylor, what is Joe Clarke trying to look like as he heads to the trial?
4. How does Lum Boger respond to the women's reactions when he comes back to quiet them?
5. When the fighting children enter, what does Sister Taylor look for, and what does she intend to do with it?
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