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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – Owing to its rolling, green hills and lush landscapes, what country is known as “The Emerald Isle”?


2 – After holding the job for nine years, Jim Costello is retiring from what position when he steps down in August?


3 – What musical has such songs as “Bring Him Home” and “Master of the House”?


4 – A long-standing tradition is that the captain of the year’s first salt-water vessel to arrive in Sarnia receives what type of hat?


5 – True or False: Dimples on a golf ball help reduce drag and increase the distance the ball flies.


6 – What movie won the Oscar for Best Picture this year?


7 – What novel by George Orwell opens with the line, “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.”?


8 – How many times a year does an equinox occur?


9 – Two popular cast members of Saturday Night Live died at the age of 33. Name one.


10 – What tea is known as “The Champagne of Tea”?

      Darjeeling      Earl Grey     Tetley


– Tom St. Amand (column #237)


ANSWERS: 1 – Ireland; 2 – Director of the Lambton-Kent District School Board; 3 – Les Miserables; 4 – Top hat; 5 – True; 6 – Green Book; 7 – 1984; 8 – Two  (March and September); 9 – John Belushi (1982) and Chris Farley (1997); 10 – Darjeeling.


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