The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

 

1 – Which is taller: The Statue of Liberty or the Eiffel Tower?

 

2 – In what city park would you find an anchor dedicated to the men and women who served their country in the navy and merchant navy (it’s not Canatara)?

 

3 – What six-letter test checks the acidity or alkalinity of a solution?

 

4 – What type of Second World War airplane, only one of ten still flying, will be at Chris Hadfield Airport next week?

 

5 – Remember when: 50 years ago, what nickname was given to the summer of 1967?

 

6 – What east-west road serves as the dividing line between Corunna and Mooretown?

 

7 – What island off the coast of Nova Scotia is known as “the graveyard of the Atlantic”?

 

8 – The Federal Environment Minister recently stated that whose local gravesite needed some repairs?

 

9 – Which one of the following was NOT on the iconic cover of The Beatles’ Sergeant Pepper album:

Marilyn Monroe, Edgar Allan Poe, Aldous Huxley, Mohandas Gandhi?

 

10 – What man-made waterway was completed on Aug. 14, 1914, months ahead of schedule and $23 million under budget?

 

Tom St. Amand

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Eiffel Tower; 2 – Centennial Park; 3 – Litmus; 4 – B 17 Bomber; 5 – The Summer of Love; 6 – Rokeby Line; 7 – Sable Island; 8 – Alexander Mackenzie; 9 – Mohandas Gandhi; 10 – Panama Canal