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Page 131 text:
l-low to Get Cn the Acorn or Oak Staff
For the satisfaction of the ever-inquiring
student body, the Oalz has condescended to
reveal to the public the method of examin-
ing the prospective members of the Acorn
and Oak staffs before they take their re-
spective offices. Since the style, make-up,
and purpose of the two are somewhat dif-
ferent the tests will vary accordingly. It
must be understood that it would be
grossly unfair to reveal the answers to any
of the questions as there are to be Acorn
and Oak staffs in the future. The examina-
tions are as follows:
1. Calculate the approximate weight of
a pound of cheese.
2. If one side of a square is 10 inches,
what is the length of each of the other
3. Who wrote Longfellow,s "Hiawatha"?
4. Where was the battle of Waterloo
5. Who proposed Archimedes' Principle?
6. When does the 6:30 leave?
7. If 3 plus 6 equals 9, what does 6 plus
8. When was the election of 1936?
9. Spell these words: cat, rat, bat, sat,
10. What kind of animal did Paul Revere
11. What is a gold ring made of?
1. Explain fully and give five practical
applications of Einsteinis theory of
2. a. What is the exact distance from
here to there? Express in millimeters.
3. Using Archimedes' Principle, calcu-
late the exact number of sperm whales
in the Gulf of Mexico.
4. Name all the constellations alphabeti-
cally, giving the number of stars in
each and their exact distance from
5. Wfrite the "Idylls of the King" from
6. Where does your fist go when you
open your hand?
7. Give the exact number of Lincoln
pennies lost prior to 1890. Give at
least three clues to the whereabouts
8. Define the trace the origin of the
following words: brobdingnagian, ca-
cophonous, catafalque, piscicultine,
9. If a equals b and c equals d and all
things being equal, calculate the price
of red calico in Africa.
10. If friction generates heat, how far
would you have to roll a barrel of
water to make it boil?
Note: Write questions 1 to 9, inclusive
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