Sam Cooke, King of SoulSam Cooke wrote and sang the 1961 song “Cupid,” a subject of one of the questions in Thursday’s quiz.

Quiz winners set to receive leather goods

Winners of Thursday’s DailyNews trivia quizzes will receive prizes celebrating their knowledge of St. Valentine and romance.

Laura McLean, secretary to the dean of science, won a tote bag by designer Kenneth Cole for correctly identifying The Two Gentlemen of Verona as the Shakespeare play featuring Valentine and Proteus, Paul VI as the Roman Catholic pope who oversaw the exclusion of St. Valentine from the liturgical calendar, and Chicago as the site of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.

Julie Sando, administrative assistant in the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility, won a Timberland belt for answering that Dom Perignon is incorrectly considered the inventor of champagne, Sam Cooke composed the 1961 hit “Cupid,” and the liver was called the seat of love by medieval poets.

Both had their entries drawn at random from all correct responses and will receive their prizes from UWindsor staffer Lily Powis, who donated them for the contest.