The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – Who is the Roman goddess of love?

2 – The new Habitat for Humanity five-unit multiplex, built by hundreds of volunteers, is located on what city street?

3 – On Jan. 3, 1939, a future NHL superstar nicknamed “The Golden Jet” was born?  What is his real name?

4 – What facility has launched a campaign to raise $1.6 million to rebuild its therapy pool used by 11,000 residents annually?

5 – With which meat is horseradish usually served?

Beef   Chicken   Lamb

6 – Most ballet terminology comes from which language?

7 – What was invented first?

The car       The Telephone   The Aeroplane

8 – Over his career, what late American stunt performer and entertainer suffered over 430 bone fractures?

9 – What is the capital of Vietnam?

10 – Which part of the human body has the greatest number of sweat glands?

Armpits       Lower Back       Feet

– Tom St. Amand (column #223)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Venus; 2 – Guthrie Drive; 3 – Bobby Hull; 4 – Pathways Health Centre; 5 – Beef; 6 – French; 7 – The Telephone; 8 – Evel Knievel; 9 – Hanoi; 10 – Feet.