Which 1950s television actor played football at the University of Chattanooga in 1930? Flickr: gbaku Hugh Beaumont (Ward Cleaver in Leave it to Beaver) Correct Incorrect Hugh Beaumont (Ward Cleaver in Leave it to Beaver) John Sheppod (Paul Martin in Lassie) Correct Incorrect John Sheppod (Paul Martin in Lassie) James Arness (Marshal Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke) Correct Incorrect James Arness (Marshal Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke) Don Knotts (Deputy Barney Fife in The Andy Griffith Show) Correct Incorrect Don Knotts (Deputy Barney Fife in The Andy Griffith Show) Correct! Wrong! Hugh Beaumont attended the University of Chattanooga during the 1930-1931 school year. During that time, he played on the freshman football team. Via digital-collections.library.utc.edu University of Chattanooga Chemistry professor Irvine Grote developed the active ingredient for which of the following household antacids? digital-collections.library.utc.edu Mylanta Correct Incorrect Mylanta Alka- Seltzer Correct Incorrect Alka- Seltzer Pepto-Bismol Correct Incorrect Pepto-Bismol Rolaids Correct Incorrect Rolaids Correct! Wrong! A University of Chattanooga alumnus himself, Irvine Grote was a longtime chemistry professor at the university (and is namesake of Grote Hall). This original building on campus was referred to by which of the following names? University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections The Tatum House Correct Incorrect The Tatum House Old Main Correct Incorrect Old Main The Prescott Building Correct Incorrect The Prescott Building The Lyceum Correct Incorrect The Lyceum Correct! Wrong! Located near the site of present-day Race and Hooper Halls, Old Main stood from 1885 to 1917 and contained dormitories, classrooms, offices and a chapel. Via University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections Which of the following NFL wide receivers got his start playing football at UTC? digital-collections.library.utc.edu Terrell Owens Correct Incorrect Terrell Owens Antonio Brown Correct Incorrect Antonio Brown Randy Moss Correct Incorrect Randy Moss Jerry Rice Correct Incorrect Jerry Rice Correct! Wrong! Terrell Owens played for UTC from 1992-1996. During his time as a Moc from 1992-1996 he scored 19 touchdowns, completed 144 receptions, and accumulated 2,320 total receiving yards. Via University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections Which of these institutions was a branch of the University of Chattanooga in the early 1900s? Tennessee Wesleyan University Correct Incorrect Tennessee Wesleyan University Bryan College Correct Incorrect Bryan College Southern Adventist University Correct Incorrect Southern Adventist University Tennessee Bible College Correct Incorrect Tennessee Bible College Correct! Wrong! From 1889 to 1925 the schools now known as the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Tennessee Wesleyan University were consolidated in various arrangements. Via Flickr: tennesseewesleyan In which decade did the University of Chattanooga merge with the University of Tennessee and become UTC? University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections 1950s Correct Incorrect 1950s 1960s Correct Incorrect 1960s 1970s Correct Incorrect 1970s 1980s Correct Incorrect 1980s Correct! Wrong! The merger agreement between the University of Tennessee and the University of Chattanooga was signed in March 1969. In July of that year, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was born. Via University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections Which country-pop artist performed the inaugural concert in McKenzie Arena? University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections Alan Jackson Correct Incorrect Alan Jackson Kenny Rogers Correct Incorrect Kenny Rogers David Allan Coe Correct Incorrect David Allan Coe Ricky Skaggs Correct Incorrect Ricky Skaggs Correct! Wrong! Originally called "The Roundhouse," the McKenzie Arena opened in 1982 after three years of construction. Kenny Rogers and the Gatlin Brothers performed at the opening ceremony on October 8, which was attended by over 12,000 people. Via commons.wikimedia.org In which year did Scrappy become the university mascot? digital-collections.library.utc.edu 1989 Correct Incorrect 1989 1991 Correct Incorrect 1991 1993 Correct Incorrect 1993 1996 Correct Incorrect 1996 Correct! Wrong! Scrappy's identity was created by a renowned design firm for athletics and approved by a committee of UTC stakeholders that included students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other community leaders. Via digital-collections.library.utc.edu The University motto "Faciemus" is a latin phrase that translates to what in English? University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections Mocs Forever Correct Incorrect Mocs Forever Learning Above All Correct Incorrect Learning Above All We Shall Achieve Correct Incorrect We Shall Achieve Together We Advance Correct Incorrect Together We Advance Correct! Wrong! The shield and motto were designed by University of Chattanooga President Fred W. Hixson in 1915. Keep your eyes peeled for this incorporated into architecture around campus! Via University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections The garden adjacent to Patten Chapel is named after which of the following people? University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections Galileo Correct Incorrect Galileo Aristotle Correct Incorrect Aristotle Michaelangelo Correct Incorrect Michaelangelo Shakespeare Correct Incorrect Shakespeare Correct! Wrong! Featuring the plants that are mentioned by name in Shakespeare's plays, the Shakespeare Garden has been a fixture on campus for decades. It's a beautiful, quiet space. Check it out if you haven't seen it! Via en.wikipedia.org Where on campus is the "Century Crypt" located? digital-collections.library.utc.edu Southwest corner of the University Center Correct Incorrect Southwest corner of the University Center Eastern wall of Founder's Hall Correct Incorrect Eastern wall of Founder's Hall Northern lawn of Patten Chapel Correct Incorrect Northern lawn of Patten Chapel Basement of Hunter Hall Correct Incorrect Basement of Hunter Hall Correct! Wrong! The time capsule buried by the class of 1949 on the north side of Patten Chapel contains copies of yearbooks, magazines, and newspapers, membership pins for greek organizations, and test tubes of grains and seeds. Via digital-collections.library.utc.edu Which building on campus originally served as the library for both the University of Chattanooga and the city? University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections Hooper Hall Correct Incorrect Hooper Hall Holt Hall Correct Incorrect Holt Hall Fletcher Hall Correct Incorrect Fletcher Hall Bretske Hall Correct Incorrect Bretske Hall Correct! Wrong! Construction on Fletcher Hall was completed in 1940, and it served as the University's library until the construction of the Lupton Library in the 1970s. Via University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections Which of these 1990s sitcom actors is a UTC alumnus? University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections James Avery (Philip Banks, Fresh Prince of Bel Air) Correct Incorrect James Avery (Philip Banks, Fresh Prince of Bel Air) Dennis Haskins (Mr. Belding, Saved by the Bell) Correct Incorrect Dennis Haskins (Mr. Belding, Saved by the Bell) Matt LeBlanc, Joey Tribbiani, Friends) Correct Incorrect Matt LeBlanc, Joey Tribbiani, Friends) Michael Richards (Kramer, Seinfeld) Correct Incorrect Michael Richards (Kramer, Seinfeld) Correct! Wrong! Dennis Haskins, class of 1974, was an active member of student organizations during his time at UTC. He was involved in student government, greek life, theatre, and basketball, to name just a few.