It’s time to see how much attention you’ve been paying to the news in the past week or so. From The Oklahoman’s news copy editors and designers, here’s a quiz.
1. Which major league baseball player once suited up for Oklahoma State University?
a) Josh Johnson.
b) Scott Baker.
c) Brett Anderson.
2. What do students get to try once a month at Oklahoma City schools with the Made in Oklahoma program?
a) Food that was made in the state.
b) New painting techniques from local artists.
c) They get to try on shoes that were made in the state.
3. What word did eighth-grader Hannah Cassidy of Perkins spell correctly to win a Tulsa-area spelling bee?
4. Establishment of what in 1972 limited the size of the school district in Kaw City?
a) Kaw Lake.
b) The city of Ponca City.
c) Pioneer Woman Museum.
5. Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and author David McCullough will give the commencement speech May 15 at what university?
a) University of Oklahoma.
b) Oklahoma City University.
c) University of Central Oklahoma.
6. An injured animal was found last week in downtown Oklahoma City. What was it?
a) An eagle.
b) A mountain lion.
c) An owl.
7. Which actor provides the voice for the monster known as B.O.B. in the movie “Monsters vs. Aliens”?
a) Sean Penn.
b) Christian Bale
c) Seth Rogers.
8. Oklahoma City police weren’t laughing about an April Fools’ prank in which:
a) A man scaled a downtown building, Spider-Man style.
b) A teenager took a toy gun into a bank.
c) A woman reported her husband was shot.
9. Army Staff Sgt. Michael Bogle of Chickasha won three medals in a military competition in Fort Lee, Va. What kind of competition was it?
a) Culinary arts.
b) Tank driving.
c) Target shooting.
10. What was Oklahoma Sooner basketball player Whitney Hand’s routine in high school?
a) Making 300 baskets daily before class.
b) Eating three bowls of Wheaties for breakfast.
c) Crossing her arms twice and dribbling the ball three times before firing a shot.
How did you do on the quiz? Here are the correct answers:
1-B, 2-A, 3-B, 4-A, 5-A, 6-C, 7-C, 8-C, 9-A, 10-A.