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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – In 1917, the British royal house changed its name from “Saxe-Coburg and Gotha” to what?

 

2 – Regarding services to Sarnia and Lambton County residents, the acronym LEO represents what not-for-profit service agency?

 

3 – How many holes are in a ten-pin bowling ball?

 

4 – What amazing athlete from Sarnia has won 11 national championships in four different sports?

 

5 – What is the largest bird in the world?

Crane            Pelican         Ostrich

 

6 – What is the capital city of Hungary?

 

7 – What movie director fought in Vietnam and then later made the film “Platoon” about his war experiences?

 

8 – According to Irish folklore, a leprechaun grants how many wishes if caught by a human?

 

9 – From which Ontario city can you see a mountain that resembles a sleeping giant?

 

10 – In 1976, Ron Wayne famously sold his 10% ownership of what company for $800? (today these shares would be worth $70 billion).

 

Tom St. Amand (column # 260)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Windsor; 2 – Lambton Elderly Outreach; 3 – Three; 4 – Carolyne Prevost; 5 – Ostrich; 6 – Budapest; 7 – Oliver Stone; 8 – Three; 9 – Thunder Bay; 10 – Apple.

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