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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What late comedian’s theme song was “Thanks for the Memories”?

2 – Sarnia’s Bobbi Jo Dalziel, a massage therapist, is the reigning lightweight world champion in what sport?

3 – What name is given to the person who takes the bets and spins the roulette wheel in a casino?

4 – Next week, the Central Form Discussion Series at Central United Church will feature what local doctor’s experiences as a volunteer surgeon aboard a floating hospital called “Africa Mercy?

5 – In which Shakespeare play does the main character utter the line “To be or not to be”?

6 – On January 19th, what award-winning comedian from Newfoundland will be performing at the Imperial Theatre?

7 – Very punny: What is the surname of Miss Piggy of the Muppets?

8 – Sarnia Sting alumni Anthony DeAngelo, Connor Murphy and Jakob Chychrun play for what NHL team?

9 – The ghost of what U.S. president has allegedly haunted the White House for years?

10 – Of the 20 countries with the highest populations, three begin with the letter “I”. Name two for one point, and all three for two points.

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Bob Hope; 2 – Mixed Martial Arts; 3 – Croupier; 4 – Dr. Joan Bennett Ross; 5 – Hamlet; 6 – Shaun Majumder; 7 – Lee; 8 – Arizona Coyotes; 9 – Abraham Lincoln; 1- India, Indonesia, Iran.







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