The Sarnia Journal trivia challenege

1 – What scientist came up with the three laws of motion?

 

2 – Sarnia-born Steve Pellegrini was recently named as the Assistant General Manager of what NHL franchise?

 

3 – In the blockbuster movie Titanic, what were the first names of the characters played by Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio?

 

4 – In 1939, Roy Williams of Sarnia started a local business that still bears his name.  What is it?

 

5 – What is the only musical instrument to be officially declared a weapon of war in a court of law?

 

6 – In what part of the body would you find the humerus bone?

Upper arm           Leg             Ear

 

7 – Which New Brunswick river reverses its flow twice daily?

 

8 – What English city is renowned for its steel cutlery?

 

9 – Which Swiss watch company is named after a letter in the Greek alphabet?

 

10 – What medical drama was renewed for its 15th season, making it ABC’s longest-running primetime drama of all time?

 

– Tom St. Amand (Column #198)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Isaac Newton; 2 – New York Islanders; 3 – Rose and Jack; 4 – Williams Bakery (Northgate Plaza); 5 – Bagpipes; 6 – Upper Arm; 7 – Saint John River; 8 – Sheffield; 9 – Omega; 10 – Grey’s Anatomy.