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Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

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1. The word “lupine” refers to what animals?

2. Sally McGregor was recently recognized for her 66 years of volunteer service with what local organization?

3. In what country was Mel Gibson born?    Australia        New Zealand         USA        England

4. With times ranging from 3 hrs and 7 minutes to 3 hrs and 55 minutes, nine Sarnians ran what race on April 20th?

5. What one word is a name for a West Indies ballad; a nymph in Greek mythology; a song title by John Denver; and the name of Jacques Cousteau’s famous boat?

6.  The place to go: What percentage of 2013-2014 graduates from Lambton College found a job within six months of graduating?     65.2%          74.6%          88.8%

7. What sort of plant is a saguaro?

8.  What Sarnia-born musician and songwriter will be part of the opening band for Def Leppard’s concerts in Montreal, Ottawa and London next week?

9. From what Beatles’ song is the lyric “The girl with kaleidoscope eyes”?

10. From the bizarre but true files: Sergio Canavero, an Italian neurosurgeon, has plans to transplant what part of a human being to another person in 2017, the first time such a human transplant has been attempted?

– Tom St. Amand


ANSWERS: 1 – Wolves; 2 – Sarnia Canadian Legion, Branch 62; 3 – United States (Peekskill, NY); 4 – Boston Marathon; 5 – Calypso; 6 – 88.8%; 7 – Cactus; 8 – Emm Gryner; 9 – Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds; 10 – A human head











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