Show #7502 - Tuesday, April 4, 2017


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Lena Liberman, a content editor from Baltimore, Maryland

Jace Cochran, a municipal judge from Dayton, Tennessee

Abigail Myers, an education administrator from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $29,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This Louisiana venue has hosted events featuring Barry Manilow & Leon Spinks, but not at the same time
    $200 12
"Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven" is a sentiment from this Milton epic
    $200 22
Iznik, in Anatolia, is historically a center of production of these ceramic wall & floor coverings
    $200 1
The guy for whom this device was named said of it, "I can whisk off your head in a twinkling" & you won't feel it
    $200 20
A lobotomy is an operation on the brain; a lobectomy is usually an operation on this body part
    $200 16
A global fave:
    $400 5
Demolished in a kind of "Viking funeral", the Metrodome in this state was no longer dome sweet dome after 2014
    $400 10
In a 1934 speech, this Italian dictator said, "We have buried the putrid corpse of liberty"
    $400 11
This amusement park ride made the rounds in Chicago in 1893 & carried passengers 264 feet into the air
    $400 21
From Latin for "draw back", it's a medical tool used to pull away edges of an incision for surgical access
    $400 26
Made into dressing:
    $600 4
In 2011 the Georgia Dome hosted this event XXVII; matches included the Undertaker v. Triple H & the Miz vs. John Cena
    $600 9
In 1996 Bill Clinton told the country, "I still believe in a place called" this, "a place called America"
    $600 29
Turkey is noted for this art of fine handwriting; a practitioner is called a hatta
    $600 15
This disease first described by a German physician in 1906 was once known as presenile dementia
    $600 17
Term for the transplanting of tissue from one part of the body to another, or the tissue itself
    $600 24
Just grate:
    DD: $1,000 2
In 1965 this baseball venue had female ushers dubbed "Spacettes"
    $800 8
This director told Francois Truffaut, "What is drama, after all, but life with the dull bits cut out"
    $800 28
The name of this type of pipe is German for sea-foam, but the Turks excel at making decorative ones
    $800 14
This brand of mouthwash is named in honor of a British doctor who pioneered antiseptic surgery
    $800 18
6-letter name for the process of treating patients in order of the seriousness of their injuries
    $800 23
It can be quite pungent:
    $1000 3
Lucas Oil Stadium, "The House That Peyton Built" in this city, replaced the RCA Dome
    $1000 7
From his "Analects": "To go too far is as bad as not to go far enough"
    $1000 27
The Kutahya Archaeological Museum houses relics of this empire that fell in the 15th century
    $1000 13
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports.) Lots of cattle ranching terms come from here in Texas, including this one, meaning an unbranded calf or a person who does things his own darned way
    $1000 19
Abbreviated P.O., "per os" means to take medication this way
    $1000 25
Often stretched into sticks:

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Abigail Jace Lena
$1,400 $5,400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Abigail Jace Lena
$4,800 $5,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 24
Bellini's opera "I Capuleti e I Montecchi" tells the same story as this play
    $400 25
The co-anchors of ABC's "Good Morning America" report the news from studios at this square at 44th & Broadway
    $400 27
Removed errors from a computer
    $400 18
"Oh, but we had a bully fight", he said, referring to the 1898 Battle of San Juan Hill
    $400 17
This Central American nation is often called the "Crossroads of the World"
    $800 23
Operas with him as the main character include "At the Boar's Head" by Holst & "Sir John in Love" by Vaughan Williams
    $800 11
This Wolf Blitzer CNN news show shares its name with a White House crisis management center
    $800 29
From the Latin for "mixture", it's a mixture of leaves, manure & other organic materials used to improve the soil
    $800 26
A step in preparing a fish to be eaten, sometimes it's done at the table by your waiter
    $800 13
In 1794 this "Mad" Pennsylvania general won the Battle of Fallen Timbers
    $800 5
In 2002 the pres of this country renamed January after himself: Turkmen-Bashi, or "Father of All Turkmen"
    $1200 16
Edmund Spenser's famous poem has the same title as this Henry Purcell opera based on "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
    $1200 10
From 1978 to 2011 "60 Minutes" featured this curmudgeon's short editorial observations on the news & life
    $1200 28
For beginners to this Japanese art of growing dwarf trees, juniper & Chinese elms work particularly well
    $1200 1
Not owing a penny to anyone
    $1200 12
He was killed in battle in June 1876, along with all of his approximately 210 soldiers
    $1200 3
Valparaiso & Atacama are among the 15 administrative regions of this South American republic
    $1600 15
This Italian composer's opera "Macbeth" from 1847 features the aria "There's Still A Spot There"
    $1600 9
"Murder in Pinyon Pines" was a 2015 episode of this "timely" CBS News investigative series
    DD: $1,000 22
To keep this vegetable's head white, tie up the leaves around the developing curd
    $1600 20
A charming gentleman may be described as this type of man about town
    DD: $5,000 7
In 2012 the remains of Richard III were found in Leicester not far from this August 1485 battlefield
    $1600 2
Its highest point is Njesuthi at an elevation of 11,181 feet near its border with Lesotho
    $2000 14
This 19th c. French Romantic composer wrote many Shakespearean works, including the opera "Beatrice et Benedict"
    $2000 8
Until 2016 she was "On the Record" covering headlines on Fox News
    $2000 21
Strawberries propagate themselves by using these long, horizontal stems, also called stolons
    $2000 19
Proved something to be false, like the good folks at often do
    $2000 6
British general William Howe probably passed a flask to celebrate his victory in this Penn. battle September 11, 1777
    $2000 4
Almost half the population of this 4-letter South Pacific nation is descended from laborers imported from India

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Abigail Jace Lena
$12,200 $11,400 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Raised in industrial Yorkshire, he moved to L.A. in 1964 & thought, "This is the place to be--in the land of swimming pools"

Final scores:

Abigail Jace Lena
$10,200 $9,601 $2,802
2-day champion: $39,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Abigail Jace Lena
$13,200 $16,200 $4,800
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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