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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Before Kabuo could come forward with his story of the events on the boat with Carl Heine,
(a) Hatsue warned him not to
(b) Etta Heine accosted him
(c) Sheriff Moran arrested him
(d) He became too angry to talk

2. Nels Gudmundsson makes the point that Susan Marie has offered evidence that
(a) Is only speculation
(b) Bears further examination
(c) Is useless
(d) Is entirely hearsay

3. Helen Chambers reminds Ishmael to remember all the facts so that he can
(a) Give Kabuo a break for being a soldier
(b) Allow Kabuo the dignity of a good defense
(c) Keep himself fair and balanced
(d) Stand up to the Imadas when the time comes

4. To accommodate ships in heavy fog, the Coast Guard had installed
(a) Sounding boards along the beaches
(b) Louder and more effective foghorns
(c) Flashing warning lights all along the beach
(d) Radar whistle blast buoys

5. While the Sheriff reads the shorthand notes on the Coast Guard report
(a) Abel comes in to pick up Art for the trial
(b) Abel appears to have been at the docks
(c) Abel appears to know what is going on
(d) Abel comes in to say the phones are up

6. Sitting at the Coast Guard office Ishmael's thoughts go back to
(a) Earlier encounters with Hatsue after the war
(b) His childhood days with Hatsue
(c) Hid parents and their relationship
(d) His encounters with Carl Heine

7. Ishmael remembers that his father did not
(a) Read the paper very much
(b) Read all of his books
(c) Slow down much
(d) Appear to wish for something else

8. Kabuo had felt he should be silent about events with Carl Heine
(a) Because the laws could change
(b) Until after the dust had settled
(c) Until Hatsue was able to tell her story
(d) Until he was able to get an attorney

9. As they leave court, Nels Gudmundsson mentions to Ishmael
(a) How much he liked Ishmael's father
(b) They should pray for Ishmael's mother
(c) That he knew about Ishmael and Hatsue
(d) What an admirable man he was

10. Nels Gudmundsson includes in his closing argument an insight into
(a) How different things are when death is near
(b) How injustice is passed through generations
(c) How old age makes one mellower
(d) How fog makes everything distorted

11. Fisherman leapfrogging one another's nets are said to be
(a) Corking your off
(b) Fishing you out
(c) Bad fishermen
(d) Stealing your thunder

12. Ishmael does not feel his mother can understand his
(a) Remorse for his actions
(b) Prejudice against Japanese
(c) Emotional coldness
(d) Rage for Hatsue

13. Why didn't Kabuo remember getting an extra battery before he went fishing on the morning of his arrest?
(a) It was three months ago
(b) It was a detail he wanted to forget
(c) It didn't fit with his story
(d) It did not seem relevant

14. Alvin Hooks' inappropriate behavior brings to the jury's attention
(a) Kabuo's lovely wife
(b) Kabuo's expressionless poker face
(c) Kabuo's reputation for lying
(d) Kabuo's inferior ancestry

15. By pointing out his change of story, Alvin Hooks wants the jury to
(a) Consider Carl's wife
(b) Remember that Japs lie
(c) Dislike the defendant
(d) Doubt Kabuo's credibility

Short Answer Questions

1. Ishmael had always pretended that his visits to his mother's home

2. Giving the Imadas a ride home in the snow, Ishmael learns that

3. Judge Lew Fielding admits to the jury that hearsay, even in a criminal trial, is still

4. Before he set out to fish, Kabuo put his hand on the water and

5. Evidence that will turn the case completely around is found by the Sheriff

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