2. (c.) Anniston. Gen. Tyler was buried at Hillside Cemetery in 1882.
3. (c.) Cornwall, England. Noble was born in 1826.
4. (a.) United States Military Academy at West Point. Tyler was a member of the class of 1819.
5. (b.) Woodstock Iron Co. Woodstock might well have been the town name instead of Anniston, had it not been for another Alabama town called Woodstock.
6. (c.) Camp Shipp. In 1899, it housed 10,000 soldiers for the Spanish-American War.
7. (a.) U.S. Steel. The corporation dominated Birmingham until it began to scale back operations in the 1970s.
8. (b.) The Hot Blast. Its first edition was Aug. 18, 1883.
9. (b.) Ty Cobb. By the next year, Cobb was playing for the Detroit Tigers.
10. (b.) Oxford 27, Anniston 7. Oxford won that game in 1920, and it would not win again until 1963.