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Each week readers of can submit questions about the team and have the chance for their questions to be answered. Here are this week’s answers to selected questions that were sent. Please visit to learn how to submit questions.

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As to the national anthem, the question mark is there because the line IS a question. "Oh, say DOES that star spangled banner..." The lyric is asking a question, hence a question mark, which is proper grammer, Susie S.

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