The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – Approximately 2% of people in the world have what eye colour?

2 – What has been approved for construction at the site of the former Devine Street School?

3 – Kiwis is a colloquial term for residents of what country?

4 – Sarnia’s Angus McLeod, Fred Lougheed, and T. B. McCarthy excelled at what sport in the late 1800s?

5 – What name is given to the famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park?

6 – The distinctive Canada 150 Poppy Project will be on display for all of November at what downtown venue?

7 – In what town was mighty Casey playing when he struck out at bat?

8 – What musical instrument gets its name from the Hawaiian for “jumping flea”?

9 – What is the name of Bulgaria’s capital city, derived from the Greek word for wisdom?

10 – How many emirates comprise the United Arab Emirates in the Persian Gulf?

Six        Seven        Eight       Nine

– Tom St. Amand (column #164)

ANSWERS: 1 – Green; 2 – Seniors housing complex; 3 – New Zealand; 4 – Cycling; 5 – Old Faithful; 6 – Lawrence House; 7 – Mudville; 8 – Ukulele; 9 – Sofia; 10 – Seven.