A previous contest offering the book 500 Ways You Know You’re from Windsor as a prize was so popular, DailyNews is reprising it.
The book, by UWindsor alumnus Chris Edwards (BA 1983, MA 1985) and his partner Elaine Weeks of Walkerville Publishing, is a hardbound, full-colour collection of more than 650 photographs documenting recollections and images from Windsor’s baby boomer years.
The publishers have donated a copy for today’s contest. The winner will be randomly selected from all correct responses received by 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 4.
To be eligible, select the most correct answer to each of the following questions, inspired by images drawn from the pages of the book:
Before the Art Gallery of Windsor moved into its current location, before it was housed in the Devonshire Mall, but after it left Willistead Manor, it occupied this building at the corner of Riverside and Bruce. What had been the original use of this now-demolished building?
a) bowling alley
d) paint warehouse
The Elmwood Hotel and Casino brought top entertainers to the city during its 30-year run. What is the Dougall Avenue building’s current use?
a) Brentwood Recovery Home for Alcoholics
b) Food Basics grocery store
c) Real Canadian Superstore
d) WalMart department store
Campus Billiards, at the corner of Wyandotte and Sunset, later found use as what University amenity?
a) the former drama building, now demolished
b) the Music Building
c) the Vanier dining hall
d) a visitor parking lot
Contest is open to all readers of the DailyNews. Send an e-mail with your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org. One entry per contestant, please. Note: the decision of the judge in determining the most correct response is inviolable.