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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What five-line form of poetry is named after an Irish city?

2 – Hiawatha Horse Park will be the venue this weekend for pro racers vying for prize money in what sport?

3 – Since 1865, Wellington has been the capital city of what country?

4 – All or nothing: For two points, name all four local candidates in the Oct. 19 federal election.

5 – An alternative to a traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner is what dish, which combines turkey, duck and chicken all baked together?

6 – What Canadian humanitarian will be guest speaker at next week’s Bluewater Health Foundation Fundraising dinner at the Holiday Inn?

7 – Which flying pioneer was nicknamed “The Lone Eagle”?

8 – At one time, Canatara Park was known by what name?

Point Edward Park                Huron Park                   International Park                 Goose Park

9 – It took Jane Austen 17 years to find a publisher for what now famous novel about the Bennett family?

10 – In 1908, Jack Norworth composed what famous seventh inning song although, ironically, he didn’t attend a baseball game until years later?

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Limerick; 2 – Motocross; 3 – New Zealand; 4 – Marilyn Gladu; Jason McMichael; Dave McPhail; Peter Smith; 5 – Turducken; 6 – Stephen Lewis; 7 – Charles Lindbergh; 8 – International Park; 9 – Pride and Prejudice; 10 – Take Me Out to the Ball Game.











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