Tossup Seven. He earned twelve letters in track, football, baseball, and basketball and joined Phi Beta Kappa. This actor’s passport was revoked after he refused to sign an affidavit as to whether or not he had ever belonged to the Communist Party. Eight years later, the Supreme Court ruled that the refusal to sign was not valid grounds for denial of a passport. For 10 points—name this stage actor whose credits include All God's Chillun Got Wings, The Emperor Jones, Show Boat, Othello, and Porgy and Bess.
• One hundred and thirty thousand Union troops under Joseph Hooker fought against sixty thousand Confederate troops under Robert E. Lee in this battle most notable for the mortal wound suffered by Stonewall Jackson.
• Two parts for 10 points each. These battles ended on the same day, July 4, 1863. Name these battles, one fought in the farm land of Pennsylvania and the other whose Union victory saw the Confederacy cut in two by the occupation of the Mississippi River.
ANSWERS: Battle of Gettysburg and Battle of Vicksburg Tossup Eight. Proponents of this movement included Eugene Delacroix, Joseph Turner, Robert Schumann, Hector Berlioz, John Keats, and William Blake. It was a reaction to neoclassical focus on universality and reason. For 10 points—name this art, music, and literature movement which emphasized individualism and emotion.