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Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1.      Alcatraz prison, now closed, is located on an island near what city?

2.      In what year did Bright’s Grove’s Mike Weir win the Masters?

2001            2002                 2003                 2004

3.      The alternate title of what movie which won this year’s Oscar for Best Picture is “The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance”?

4.      Plans are in place so that a substantial amount of fencing around some areas of what popular park could be removed by this June?

5.      In a game of backgammon, each player begins with how many pieces?

6.      For his play during the regular season, what member of the Sarnia Sting has been nominated as its most outstanding player, the team’s rookie of the year and the Sting’s defenceman of the year?

7.      In Greek mythology, the chore of what conquered Titan was to hold the world on his shoulders?

8.      On April 10th and 11th, “The Cinderella Story”, through donations from the public and local businesses, will offer dresses free of charge for girls wishing to attend what?

9.      In human skulls, the mandible–the only bone that moves–is more commonly known as what?

10.    What individual, who has been in the news recently for a different reason, won the decathlon at the Summer Olympics in Montreal in 1976?

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – San Francisco; 2 – 2003; 3 – Birdman; 4 – Centennial Park; 5 –      15; 6 – Jakob Chychrun; 7 – Atlas; 8 – Their School Proms (dresses available at the 6th Annual Prom Dress Boutique); 9 – The Jawbone; 10 – Bruce Jenner

 

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