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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1  – What was the name of the Lone Ranger’s horse? (Hint: a precious metal)

2  – Good Luck, Kandis! This Saturday, in her 91-kilometre “Legs for Lori” run from Sarnia to Grand Bend, Kandis Hodgins hopes to raise $10,000 for what local agency?

3  – Often associated with envy, what colour also shows the easiest runs for skiing?

4  – Fittingly, a bridge on the Howard Watson Trail was recently dedicated and re-named for what deceased Sarnia resident who was a tireless community advocate of Bluewater Trails?

5  – What popular chocolate spread was created in WWII when an Italian pastry maker mixed hazelnuts into chocolate to extend chocolate rations?

6  – Give yourself a point apiece for naming any or all of Sarnia’s three founding fathers who arrived in the 1830s?

7 – “Mañana” is the Spanish word for what?

8  – What area golfer won the Sarnia Golf Invitational recently for the fourth consecutive year?

9  – Before he got the part, actors Charles Bronson and James Coburn both turned down the role of “The Man With No Name” in the so-called spaghetti westerns of the 1960s?

10 – Since 1986, when organizers of the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament first permitted their use, players have been using what ever since?

– Tom St. Amand


ANSWERS: 1 – Silver; 2 – Multiple Sclerosis Society Sarnia-Lambton Chapter; 3 – Green; 4 – Ron Yorke; 5 – Nutella; 6 – Malcolm Cameron; Richard Vidal; George Durand; 7 – Tomorrow; 8 – Graham Hill; 9 – Clint Eastwood; 10 – Coloured or yellow tennis balls












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