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40 This U.S. President and Freemason won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906. 40 This author and humorist was raised a Master Mason in Lincoln Lodge No. 19, in Lincoln Nebraska in 1902. 30 He became a U.S. President in 1828, at the height of the anti-Masonic period. Who was William Jennings Bryan? 20 He was a Freemason and U.S. President who established an important doctrine in 1823. Who was General John J. Pershing? Who was Theodore Roosevelt? Who was William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody?

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  • MASONIC JEOPARDYQUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

    2000

    CATEGORY/AMOUNT QUESTION ANSWERMasonic Presidents

    10 This President was Master of his Lodge when he assumed the office of President.

    Who was George Washington?

    20 He was a Freemason and U.S. President who established an important doctrine in 1823.

    Who was James Monroe? (The Monroe Doctrine)

    30 He became a U.S. President in 1828, at the height of the anti-Masonic period.

    Who was Andrew Jackson?

    40 This U.S. President and Freemason won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906.

    Who was Theodore Roosevelt?

    50 This U.S. President and Freemason died three hours after he was scheduled to give a speech to the Knights Templar in Hollywood California.

    Who was Warren Harding?

    Nebraska Masonry

    10 This federal scout and Indian fighter was raised a Master Mason in Platte Valley Lodge No 32, in Nebraska.

    Who was William F. Buffalo Bill Cody?

    20 This Freemason opposed William McKinley for the Presidency in 1896, and subsequently became a Mason in 1902.

    Who was William Jennings Bryan?

    30 This Nebraska Mason was made Commander-in-Chief of the American Expeditionary Forces in WWI.

    Who was General John J. Pershing?

    40 This author and humorist was raised a Master Mason in Lincoln Lodge No. 19, in Lincoln Nebraska in 1902.

    Who was Will Rogers?

  • 50 This American Grand Lodge was the second to recognize Prince Hall Masonry as a legitimate Masonic body.

    What is the Grand Lodge of Nebraska?

    Famous Masons

    10 They were the first two Freemasons to travel in the Dakota Territory.

    Who were Lewis and Clark?

    20 This Mason led the United States Marine Band in the 1880's.

    Who was John Phillip Sousa?

    30 This General and Freemason said, Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.

    Who was General Douglas MacArthur?

    40 He wore a pin depicting the Masonic square and compass when he flew to Paris in 1927.

    Who was Charles Lindbergh?

    50 This Freemason coined the term iron curtain.

    Who was Winston Churchill?

    Masonic History

    10 This Masonic Revolutionary General became a traitor

    Who was Benedict Arnold?

    20 This man founded Prince Hall Masonry in 1784

    Who was Prince Hall?

    30 The first Masonic library was founded in this state in 1844.

    What is Iowa?

    40 These two rival Masonic groups joined together in 1813.

    Who were the Ancients and the Moderns?

    50 The society formed in 1783, with George Washington as its president, to provide aid for widows and orphans of the Revolutionary War.

    What is the Society of the Cincinnati? (It is still in existence)

  • Masonic Ritual

    10 This problem states that the square erected on the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares erected on the two legs.

    What is the 47th Problem of Euclid? (or Pythagorean Theorem)

    20 The Middle Chamber lecture refers to these two kinds of Masons.

    What are operative and speculative Masons?

    30 Of the seven liberal arts and sciences this one is most revered by Masons

    What is geometry?

    40 This Lodge officer is armed with a weapon

    Who is the Tiler? (sword)

    50 A term applied to several raps of the gavel or clapping of the hands.

    What is a battery?

    Final Jeopardy

    Topic: Famous Nebraska Masons

    This Past Master of Lancaster Lodge No. 54 of Nebraska, who died in 1964 was one of the most prolific authors of Masonic and other works.

    Who was Roscoe Pound?

  • MASONIC JEOPARDYQUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

    Spring 2001

    CATEGORY/AMOUNT QUESTION ANSWER

    Masonic Presidents

    10 This Freemason was sworn in a President in 1901, on the death of William McKinley.

    Who was Theodore Roosevelt?

    20 This U.S. President and Freemason, who died in 1875, said APillow my head on the constitution of my country, and let the flag of the nations be my winding sheet.@

    Who was Andrew Johnson?

    30 Leon Czolgosz ended this U.S. Presidents life in 1901.

    Who was William McKinley?

    40 Thomas Dewey, Henry A. Wallace and Strom Thurmond, all Freemasons, have this in common.

    Who were the opponents of Harry Truman in the 1948 election?

    50 George W. Bush was sworn in as President on this mans bible.

    Who was George Washington?

    Famous Masons

    10 This Nebraska Mason and prosecutor died just a few days after the conclusion of the famous Scopes Trial.

    Who was William Jennings Bryan?

    20 This Freemason wrote The Power of Positive Thinking.

    Who was Norman Vincent Peale?

    30 This famous ace of the American air force in WWI became a Mason in Michigan in 1922.

    Who was Eddie Rickenbacker?

    40 This Freemason and Senator was head of the Watergate committee.

    Who was Sam Irvin?

  • 50 This WWII General and Freemason became Administrator of the Veterans Administration after the war.

    Who was General Omar N. Bradley?

    American Masonic History

    10 The Grand Lodge of Utah allowed this group to petition its Lodges in 1984.

    Who are the Mormons?

    20 This Grand Lodge was originally organized in 1874 as the Grand Lodge of Indian Territory.

    What is the Grand Lodge of Oklahoma?

    30 Iowa city originally known as Shiboleth.

    What is Mason City?

    40 The Masons erected a statue at this Civil War battlefield.

    What is Gettysburg?

    50 After his abduction in 1826, the anti-Masonry period began.

    Who was William Morgan?

    Masonic Ritual

    10 This tree, native of warm climates is a symbol of immortality.

    What is the acacia tree?

    20 They are identified as the Great Lights of Masonry.

    What are the Holy Bible, Square and Compass?

    30 The name of the left hand pillar that stood at the porch of King Solomons Temple.

    What is Boaz?

    40 A herbaceous plant with broad leaves characterized in the capital of Corinthian columns.

    What are acanthus leaves?

    50 The bible quote of . . . the almond tree shall flourish. . . is found in this degree.

    What is the Master Mason Degree? (3)rd

  • Miscellaneous Masonry

    10 In 1884, the Grand Lodge of New York laid the cornerstone on Bedloes Island for this famous landmark.

    What is the Statue of Liberty?

    20 At the Potsdam Conference Truman and Churchill were Freemasons, this third world leader was not.

    Who was Joseph Stalin?

    30 The Latin name for the Holy of Holies.

    What is the Sanctum Sanctorum?

    40 Frederic Bartholdi, a Frenchman and a Freemason, designed this famous American landmark in 1884.

    What is the Statue of Liberty?

    50 This Grand Lodge for over 60 years did not allow Masons to join the Eastern Star.

    What is the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania?

    Final Jeopardy

    Topic: Revolutionary War Famous Masons

    Of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and James Monroe, he was not a Mason.

    Who was Thomas Jefferson?

  • MASONIC JEOPARDYQUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

    Fall 2001

    CATEGORY/AMOUNT QUESTION ANSWER

    Famous Prince Hall Masons

    10 An American jazz legend known by the name Satchmo.

    Who was Louis Armstrong?

    20 Born in 1941, he is a famous U.S. Political leader, clergyman, and civil-rights activist.

    Who is Jesse Jackson?

    30 A famous jazz singer, but started out as a jazz pianist. After his death, his daughter won a Grammy award with a duet with her father.

    Who was Nat King Cole?

    40 He was the middleweight champion for the first time in 1951 by knocking out Jake La Motta. When he retired from boxing as middleweight champion in 1952 he had lost only 3 times in 137 bouts. He returned to boxing in 1955 and was the first boxer ever to regain a title after retiring.

    Who was Sugar Ray Robinson?

    50 He rose up from slavery and illiteracy to become the foremost educator and leader of black Americans at the turn of the 19th century. Books written by him were Up from Slavery, The Souls of Black Folk, and The Autobiography of an Ex Colored Man.

    Who was Booker T Washington?

  • Famous Living Masons

    10 He has separated his fast-food chain from the competitors by cultivating that family feeling. His self-depreciating commercials were vital in the turnaround of his fast-food chain, the hamburger chain he named after his youngest daughter.

    Who is Dave Thomas, owner of Wendys?

    20 He piloted the Mercury-Atlas 6 Friendship 7 spacecraft on the first manned orbital mission of the United States.

    Who is John Glenn?

    30 An American golfer who turned professional after winning the 1954 U.S Amateur Championship. He won the Masters tournament in 1958, 1960, 1962, and 1964, (becoming the first four-time winner), the U.S. Open in 1960 and the British Open in 1961 and 1962.

    Who is Arnold Palmer?

    40 A master of all stringed instruments, he also plays trumpet, trombone, and piano. Hes a singer of simple love ballads and rousing country rockers. His brand of humor is infectious. He co-hosted the television country comedy Hee Haw for 20 years.

    Who is Roy Clark?

  • 50 An American actor who gave memorable performances in films such as The Catered Affair (1956) with Bette Davis, The Vikings (1958) and Barabbas (1962). Later notable films included The Dirty Dozen (1967), The Wild Bunch (1969), The Poseidon Adventure (1972) and Emperor of the North Pole (1973).

    Who Ernest Borgnine?

    Early Masonic History

    10 Supposed to have been written in 1390 AD, this is the oldest known and most important version of the Old Charges. It is a poem written on 64 pages of vellum.

    What is the Regius Manuscript?

    20