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Frick Clock Quiz

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1.Which named part of the Frick clock has changed its use and meaning over the years?
B.Hard Drive
C.Programmed Disk

2. Why did the the Frick programable clock have two motors?
A.One for the minute hand and one for the second hand.
B.One for the clock and one for the bells.
C. One for the clock and one for the program disk.

3. The programable clock could only be set to ring bells at the same times every day.

4. Could the programable clock be set to ring bells or sound signals in more than one building?

5. The first name of the creator of the Frick Electric Program Clock is -
A. Murphy
B. Fred
C. Chet


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March 2000