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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What is the Scottish word for lake?


2 – Sarnia musicians Eric Ethridge, Travis Wood, and Donavon Woods are nominated for Provincial Awards in what genre of music?


3 – In the English nursery rhyme and tongue twister, how many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick?


4 – In the fall, local athlete Amy Bladon will be attending Pennsylvania State University on a scholarship in what sport?


5 – The recent winner of an elementary school spelling bee spelled every word correctly. Which one of these words from the competition is misspelled: antipathy, pontif, respiratory,


6 – In 1963, what maximum-security facility in San Francisco Bay ceased to operate as a prison?


7 – From what are grits made?   Beans   Corn   Polenta


8 – How many legs does a spider have?


9 – Which animal is smaller than a mouse at birth?

    Lion    Panda   Zebra


10 – Frank Epperson was only 11 years old when he invented what popular frozen treat?


– Tom St. Amand (column #240)


ANSWERS: 1- Loch; 2 – Country; 3 – A Peck; 4 – Gymnastics; 5 – Pontiff; 6 – Alcatraz; 7 – Corn; 8 – Eight; 9 – Panda; 10 – Popsicle.

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