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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – Which acid gives lemons and limes their sharp taste?

2 – Subtitled “The History of Sarnia’s Bravest,” Phil Egan’s latest book is the history of what local group?

3 – In what Ontario city did The Tragically Hip form their band?

4 – Fantastic!  Great Lakes Secondary grad Joy Shah recently won a $100,000 Schulich Leadership Scholarship to study what subject at university?

5 – In what part of the human body would you find the olfactory glands?

6 – Last month, Sarnia golfer Tina Maitland beat astronomical odds by doing what in two rounds just days apart?

7 – Usually, how many movements are there in a symphony?

8 – What special contribution did Sarnia’s Ernestine Perkins make to Canada’s 150th birthday festivities?

9 – In the game of chess, what is the only piece that cannot move backwards?

10 – In 2006, NASA finally admitted that it had done what to the original video recordings of the historic moon landing on July 20th, 1969?

– Tom St. Amand (column #147)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Citric; 2 – Sarnia’s Firefighters (Walking Through Fire); 3 – Kingston; 4 – Engineering; 5 – The nose; 6 – Getting two holes-in-one; 7 – Four; 8 – Composed the song “It’s Canada;” 9 – Pawn; 10 – They were magnetically erased and re-used to save money.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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