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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What was the lawyer’s name in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird?’

2 – One of Sarnia’s oldest streets was once called Trongate Street, named for a famous street in Glasgow? What is it called today?

3 – In the signature song from the musical  “The Music Man”, how many trombones led the big parade?

4 – What park in Sarnia is named after a former Sarnia-born mayor and a legendary football player who was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1963?

5 – Whom did Queen Elizabeth II replace this week as the longest serving monarch in British history?

6 – Watch your step!  The local Parks Department is urging residents not to feed what creatures because they leave “messy” grounds for pedestrians?

7 – Telemark is a word associated with what sport?

8 – Last week, Corunna’s high jumping sensation, Derek Drouin, won gold at the World Track and Field Championships in what city?

9 – In 1932, when the company was founded, the first LEGO pieces were made out of what material?

Metal         Rubber        Plastic       Wood

10 – What two words complete this famous quotation by William Lyon Mackenzie King:  “Canada has too much _____________ and not enough _____________”?  (Hint: subjects in school)

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Atticus Finch; 2 – Front Street; 3 – 76; 4 – Norm Perry Park; 5 – Queen Victoria; 6 – Geese; 7 – Skiing; 8 – Beijing; 9 – Wood; 10 – Geography, History











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