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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – In TV and in literature, Chuckles, Krusty, Oopsy and Pennywise are names of what?

2 – A team of students from what high school is showcasing its energy efficient vehicle at the Shell Eco-marathon competition in California this week?

3 – On which street was the New York Stock Exchange established?

4 – Brian Clarke, in conjunction with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sarnia-Lambton, is running a free program to introduce local youngsters to what sport?

5 – The tagline of what Canadian financial institution is “You’re richer than you think”?

6 – What do the letters HB stand for on a pencil?

7 – Somnus is the Roman god of what?

8 – The Oresund Bridge connects Malmo, Sweden to which world capital?

9 – A Chinese space station, the size of a school bus, re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere recently and crash-landed in what body of water?

10 – Invented in Chicago in 1874, the jockstrap was created to protect males participating in what sporting activity?

 

– Tom St. Amand (column #186)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Clowns; 2 – Northern; 3 – Wall Street; 4 – Tennis (for Kids); 5 – Bank of Nova Scotia  (Scotia Bank); 6 – Hard Black; 7 – Sleep; 8 – Copenhagen; 9 – Pacific Ocean; 10 – Cycling (on cobblestone streets)

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