The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – What colour does the cloth of a billiard table traditionally have?

2 – The Mike Weir Foundation will be hosting a Par 3 Challenge at Huron Oaks next week with the benefits going to what cause?

3 – True or False:  A convex shape curves outwards.

4 – Sarnia native Tim Winegard has written a New York Times non-fiction bestseller on the history of what deadly predator to humans?

5 – In which game did the term “Grand Slam” originate?

Baseball                  Bridge                  Golf

6 – What word ends Caesar’s phrase “I came, I saw, I . . . “?

7 – Valetta is the capital of what European country?

8 – Which fictional spy is named after a Philadelphia ornithologist who wrote “Birds of the West Indies”?

9 – Besides Toledo, Ohio, there’s a much older city named Toledo in what European country?

Malta         Portugal         Spain

10 – In the world of dolls, what is Barbie’s sister’s name? (Also a character on Gilligan’s Island)

– Tom St. Amand (column # 259)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Green; 2 – Mental Health; 3 – True; 4 – Mosquitoes, 5 – Bridge; 6 – Conquered; 7 – Malta; 8 – James Bond; 9 – Spain; 10 – Skipper.