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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. Where would the international regatta be held after the Olympic trials?
(a) Lake Lucerne.
(d) Lake Orta.
2. At what mark during the Olympic repechage did Lewis and Enquist take the lead?
(a) 1700 mark.
(b) 1000 mark.
(c) 1200 mark.
(d) 1500 mark.
3. What type of drinks were featured in a commercial that ABC aired during the sculling race?
(d) Dr. Pepper.
4. By how much did Lewis and Enquist win the repechage at the Olympics?
(a) 3 seconds.
(b) 2 seconds.
(c) 5 seconds.
(d) 1 second.
5. How tall was Enquist?
(a) 6 ft. 3 in.
(b) 6 ft. 1 in.
(c) 6 ft. 6 in.
(d) 6 ft. 7 in.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Lewis and Enquist were paired for the double at the team camp, what had the men finished?
2. When Dietz and Wood came to Princeton for the double race, how many days had they been practicing together?
3. Where did Lewis go immediately after he and Enquist became the American double?
4. Who did Lewis and Enquist compete against in the first Olympic heat?
5. What words did Lewis write on a three-foot inflatable shark that he gave Enquist?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Parker sometimes protect certain oarsmen whose skills he was confident of from the savagery of the seat?
2. Why did Parker believe that he should have canceled participation in the Lucerne races?
3. Why was the row that Wood and Pat Walter rowed an odd row?
4. What personal disappointment was Harry Parker fighting during team camp?
5. What did Wood do after the Olympics?
6. What did Biglow like about being in the Olympic camp?
7. Why was Enquist upset with Lewis after they won the challenge boat at Princeton?
8. Why did Lewis nickname Altekruse's and Bouscaren's boat?
9. What did Biglow believe was the greatest thing that Tony Johnson taught his athletes?
10. Why was Wood's fall from rowing so terrible?
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