The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian are three types of what in Greek architecture?

 

2 – Nearly half of Sarnia’s fallen in the Second World War served in what branch of the military?

 

3 – What Hasbro game, not recommended at staff parties, was originally called Pretzel?

 

4 – What record did goaltender Justin Fazio set with the Sarnia Sting recently?

 

5 – “Galaxy” is a series of mobile phones made by what Korean electronics company?

 

6 – Chiara Rocca, a local basketball star, was recently inducted into the Hall of Fame of what Ontario university?

 

7 – The Nobel prizes are presented in two different European cities. Name one.

 

8 – “In the Zone,” “Circus,” and “Femme Fatale” are albums by which pop star?

 

9 – What is the Spanish word for tomorrow?

 

10 – What omnipresent leader in George Orwell’s 1984 lends his name to a reality TV series?

 

– Tom St. Amand 

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Pillars/Columns; 2 – Air Force; 3 – Twister; 4 – Most career wins (64) in team history; 5 – Samsung; 6 – McMaster; 7 – Oslo, Stockholm; 8 – Britney Spears; 9 – Manana; 10 – Big Brother.