1 – What is the name for the French dish of thin pancakes filled with sweet or spicy fillings?
2 – As of last week and until the end of April, why can’t owners of motorcycles and automobiles park their vehicles on city streets between 2:00 and 5:30 a.m.?
3 – Graphology is the study of what to allegedly analyze or determine an individual’s personality?
4 – In World War II, a Sherman tank like “Calamity” that is situated on the lawn of the Front Street Legion Hall would have had a crew of how many?
5 – In different movies on the same event, Clark Gable, Marlon Brando, Mel Gibson and Errol Flynn all played what character?
6 – The cemetery garden beside what local church was recently rededicated in honour of Corporal Brent Poland who lost his life with the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan in 2007?
7 – In March 1998, NASA announced that an unmanned lunar spacecraft had discovered over 11 million tons of what on the moon?
8 – What familiar landmark across from Corunna, which stood for 93 years on the shores of St. Clair River at Marysville, Michigan, was demolished last week?
9 – What two words connect these lines from John McCrae’s 1915 poem “In Flanders Fields”: “To you from failing hands we throw ___ ______; be yours to hold it high”
10 – What was the title of the largest and fastest selling single record of all time that sold 32 million copies in 37 days beginning in September 1997?
– Tom St. Amand
ANSWERS: 1 – Crepes; 2 – To allow for snow removal; 3 – Handwriting/Penmanship; 4 – Five; 5 – Fletcher Christian (Mutiny on the Bounty); 6 – St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church; 7 – Ice (Ice Crystals); 8 – Marysville Power Plant (DTE Energy); 9 – The torch; 10 – Candle in the Wind or Goodbye England’s Rose (tribute to Princess Diana by Elton John)