United States History Quiz                Lesson 70-71                       Name: ________________________________
Teacher : Mr. Cap      Roaring 20s    From War to Ruin  

Lesson # 70 Roaring Twenties:

1. The 1920s was an age of fads and____________________________________

2.   ______________________________were women who tried to look liberated
                                                           from the traditional role of women

3.  What type or record is "Shipwreck" Kelly trying to set? _________________

4.  He became the first to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1927. _______________

5.  This football team beat OU in a 2006 bowl game. ____________________________

_____ 6.  Jim Thorpe

_____ 7.  Babe Ruth

_____ 8.  Bobby Jones

_____ 9.  Red Grange

_____ 10.  Jack Demsey

a. golf

b. homerun king

c. swam English Channel

d. football star tailback

e.  Great Oklahoma Olympic athlete

f.  boxing

11.  This Racist group was in opposition to minority groups was known as _____________________________

12.  What is a BENO Lodge?___________________________________________________________________

13.  What was Al Capone's nickname? _____________________________________

14.  Al Capone,  and his gang  "muscled in" on crime in _______________________

15.  Capone was indicted for income tax ____________________________________.

_____________________________16.  Members of Capone's gang dressed up like
                                     policemen and gunned down members of a rival gang was known as

Lesson #71:

17.  Ford introduced the Model_______ in 1927 which had a great impact on American society.

18.  Name three things Improved transportation gave to American society. ___________________________________

19.  What type of programming was on the radio in 1928? ___________________________________________________

_____ 20.  Laissez faire

_____ 21.  Real wages

_____ 22.  advertising

_____ 23.  Credit

_____ 24.  speculation

_____ 25.  "on the margin"

a. buying merchandise and making monthly payments

b. buying a product in the hope for future profits when you sell later

c. this became a big tool for companies to get the public to buy their products.

d. purchasing stock through a broker, but paying only a certain percentage
     (10-30%) of the purchase price

e. wages in relation to buying power.

f. Sears, Roebuck and Co.  in Chicago

g. the economic idea that the government should keep their "hands off business"