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TWENTY QUESTIONS

A SCENE IS GIVEN, FROM WHICH THE AUDIENCE MUST DISCOVER
WHAT HAPPENED BY ASKING LEADING QUESTIONS.
SCENE: THERE IS A MAN LYING DEAD ON A DRIVEWAY, A
CAR IN THE GARAGE, A PIECE OF PAPER, AND A SET OF
TRACKS. WHAT HAPPENED?
ANSWER: THE MAN LYING DEAD ON THE SIDEWALK HAD RUN OVER
A MAN SEVERAL YEARS AGO IN THE CAR ACCIDENT, AND
CRIPPLED THE MAN FOR LIFE. HE HAD LEFT THE ACCIDENT
AND THE MAN WHO HAD BEEN CRIPPLED HAD ONLY BEEN ABLE
TO COPY DOWN HIS LICENSE NUMBER ON THE SLIP OF PAPER.
HE SWORE HE WOULD GET EVEN WITH THE MAN, SO CAME
BACK IN HIS WHEELCHAIR AND KILLED THE MAN.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; DETROIT

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Guessing

Date learned: 09-00-1970

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