beautiful fleece scarf, "University of Windsor" stitched on itThis beautiful fleece scarf awaits the winner of today's DailyNews quiz.

Quiz uncovers ghosts of campus past

To help celebrate the University of Windsor’s 50th anniversary, the University Bookstore is offering DailyNews readers chances to demonstrate their knowledge of the institution and its history.

Today’s quiz, the 27th in a series, offers one lucky winner this beautiful polar fleece scarf. Super-sized for super warmth, it measures 188 cm long and 44 cm wide. Each end is fringed and features hand warmer pockets—one bearing the embroidered script “University of Windsor.” This item is also available for purchase from the Bookstore kiosk in the CAW Student Centre at a cost of $18.95.

To enter the contest, just answer the questions about the three vintage photos below. The winner will be selected at random from all correct responses received by 4 p.m. Tuesday, January 14.

Prince of Wales school

  1. Which campus building now stands on the site of the former Prince of Wales Public School, pictured above?
    a) Alumni Hall
    b) Centre for Engineering Innovation
    c) Centre for English Language Development
    d) Innovation Centre and parkade

building entrance

  1. What pre-renovation building is pictured here?
    a) Teachers College, before it became École secondaire catholique E.J. Lajeunesse
    b) the University Centre, before it became the CAW Student Centre
    c) University Library, before it became the Leddy Library
    d) Windsor Hall, before it became Chrysler Hall

former school building

  1. What was the name of this former French-language elementary school, located on California Avenue on the site of what is now a parking lot south of the Centre for Automotive Research and Education?
    a) École Lucien Beaudoin
    b) École Eugenie Bouchard
    c) École Lucien Bouchard
    d) École Maurice Richard

Contest is open to all readers of the DailyNews. Send an e-mail with your responses to One entry per contestant, please. Note: the decision of the judge in determining the most correct response is inviolable.

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