The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – What vegetable’s French name translates to “earth apple” in English?

2 – In July, Rob Kardas will become president and CEO of what institution?

3 – Last week, who became the first female host of Jeopardy in the show’s history?

4 – Bluewater Health plans to add what to its emergency services to help transport patients more quickly?

5 – For which insect is a woman’s exceedingly small waist named?   a) Ant   b) Mosquito   c) Wasp

6 – By adding the same six-letter word to the words “Play, Work, Battle”, you can create three new words. What’s the common word?

7 – In what decade did the first Harvey’s Restaurant open in Canada?

8 – What is the body’s largest internal organ?

9 – How many Canadian teams are playing in the NHL this season?

10 – Beethoven’s Piano Sonata Number 14 is better known by what name?

– Tom St. Amand (Column #320)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Potato; 2 – Lambton College; 3 – Katie Couric; 4 – A helipad; 5 – c) Wasp; 6 – Ground; 7 – 1950s (1959 in Richmond Hill); 8 – Liver; 9 – Seven; 10 – Moonlight Sonata.