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    $1000 24
Edward Burghardt were the middle names of this author & civil rights activist--the opening "W." was for William
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Show #8313 - Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Contestants

Cameron Whiteside, a real estate agent from Mesa, Arizona

Josiah Jenkins, a risk management professional originally from Rugby, North Dakota

Lucy Ricketts, an illustrator originally from Atlanta, Georgia (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $33,100)

Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL HERITAGE AREAS
TYPES OF MOVIES
FLAG TALK
2 MIDDLE NAMES
SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES
PROS & CONS
(Ken: Each correct response in this category will be two words--one starting with "pro", the other very similar, but starting with "con".)
    $200 11
The Shenandoah Valley battlefields NHA preserves sites from this war
    $200 1
In his review of "Legendary", Roger Ebert called it a "wrestling" version of one of these lacrimation-inducing movies
    $200 16
A saltire is a diagonal cross, like on the flag of this UK country seen here
    $200 25
Ronald Reuel were middle names for this Middle-earth man
    $200 26
In the 1820s chemist Friedlieb Runge discovered this compound after Goethe asked him to find out what's in coffee
    $200 6
A manifestation of dissent & a struggle between rivals
    $400 12
The Rivers of Steel NHA flows through 8 counties in this state
    $400 2
These 2 villains from slasher film series went "vs." each other in 2003
    $400 17
Back in 1967 Jimi Hendrix used this term for a symbol of unconventional leanings--let it fly!
    $400 21
These 2 middle names belong to the U.S. president who flew nearly 60 WWII combat missions
    $400 27
Trying to find a planet closer to the Sun than Mercury, Samuel Schwabe discovered a cycle of these solar phenomena
    $400 7
An educator of higher learning & someone who admits to an infraction
    $600 13
The first NHA was the Illinois & Michigan Canal, which in 1848 linked the Illinois River with this one that now gets dyed green
    $600 3
This movie technique got its own feature film category at the Oscars in 2002
    $600 18
The U.S. flag code says Old Glory "shall be flown at" this rhyming term upon the death of an important person
    $600 22
Keeping things simple, New Zealand singer-songwriter Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor works under this name
    $600 28
When Carl Scheele discovered this element found in salt, he called it "dephlogisticated muriatic acid"
    $600 8
Showing great insight & to cause to become perplexed
    $800 14
Atchafalaya NHA stretches over 14 of these, Louisiana's equivalent of counties
    $800 4
It was the great decade for film noir, including classics like "Laura" & "Double Indemnity"
    $800 19
This male first name is used for a flag flown on a short pole at the bow of a ship
    $800 23
This Labour prime minister of the 1990s & 2000s has both Charles & Lynton as middle names
    $800 30
Alfred Nobel made the dynamite discovery that this volatile liquid can be made safer if mixed with a certain type of dirt
    $800 9
Advancement by a society & an assembly of representatives
    DD: $500 15
The NHA website for this region of the Mississippi River describes it as "the land where the blues began"
    $1000 5
French name for a documentary style with handheld camera work & candid, authentic subject matter
    $1000 20
The upper rectangle on a flag is called this, also the name of an Ohio city; seen here is the one on Malaysia's flag
    $1000 24
Edward Burghardt were the middle names of this author & civil rights activist--the opening "W." was for William
    $1000 29
Before he discovered penicillin, this British scientist discovered lysozyme after his runny nose infected a Petri dish
    $1000 10
An act of incitement & a gathering of clergy

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

Lucy Josiah Cameron
$2,400 $3,000 -$700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lucy Josiah Cameron
$6,600 $4,200 -$900

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHOREOGRAPHERS
POSSESSIVE HISTORY
COMPANY NAME ORIGINS
BOOK 'EM
LYRICAL C.V.
(Ken: We'll give you the lyrics of a song; you'll have to name the title figure.)
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 26
In 1905 Russian choreographer Michel Fokine created "The Dying" this bird for Anna Pavlova
    $400 15
The Alaska Purchase was known as this Secretary of State's "Folly", but the deal wasn't popular in Russia, either
    $400 6
This Model S car company wouldn't be possible without the inventions of the electrical engineer for whom it is named
    $400 12
This Laura Hillenbrand nonfiction bestseller about a racehorse is subtitled "An American Legend"
    $400 1
"Walked like a woman and talked like a man"
    $400 7
Ice cream with chocolate, marshmallows & nuts that's a journey, perhaps along Route 66
    $800 27
This choreographer of "La La Land" & "So You Think You Can Dance" has the same name as a "This Is Us" actress
    $800 16
December 1839 saw many of these catastrophes in New England, including the loss of the schooner Favorite on Norman's Woe
    $800 22
Prada is named for Mario Prada, who founded the brand in 1913 in this Italian city of fashion
    $800 13
In his memoir "Let Love Rule", this singer-songwriter talks about his career, upbringing, mom Roxie Roker & ex Lisa Bonet
    $800 2
"Not my lover", "just a girl who claims that I am the one"
    $800 8
Ordinal synonym for E.S.P. that's also a healthy ability to appreciate a joke
    $1200 28
Choreographer Savion Glover created the HooFeRzCLub School for this type of dancing, his specialty
    $1200 17
What's called this monument stands on Breed's Hill, the actual site of the first major battle of the American Revolution
    DD: $4,000 23
This 70 proof German herbal liqueur company's name comes from the German for "hunt master"
    $1200 14
Terry Pratchett wrote 41 novels about this flat, circular place, set upon the back of 4 elephants upon a giant turtle
    $1200 5
"Badder than old King Kong, meaner than a junkyard dog"
    $1200 9
Harry Potter novel involving Arizona's NBA squad
    DD: $4,000 29
Though he didn't win for "Chicago" in 1976, this man has the record for most Tony Awards for choreography
    $1600 18
Nine Men's Misery was an incident in the 17th century conflict called this Wampanoag chief or "King"'s war
    $1600 24
Lancosme, this type of French dwelling, inspired the name of Armand Petitjean's cosmetic company Lancôme
    $1600 19
"Redhead By the Side of the Road" is a 2020 novel by this author of "The Accidental Tourist"
    $1600 3
"Born a pauper to a pawn on a Christmas Day, when the New York Times said God is dead"
    $1600 10
Folk trio behind "Puff The Magic Dragon" who worked with Lou Grant & Ted Baxter on TV
    $2000 30
This modern dance master choreographed 181 works in her illustrious career
    $2000 21
This Roman emperor's 125-foot column, built after he conquered Dacia, stands in the forum that also bears his name
    $2000 25
Here's the enviable headquarters of this 3D graphics chip company that put "nv" in its name to mean "next version"
    $2000 20
Norman Mailer was just 25 when he published this classic novel of World War II
    $2000 4
"Spoke in class today"
    $2000 11
Office supply item made by Alliance that was a World War II TV miniseries about the U.S. Army's Easy Company

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lucy Josiah Cameron
$31,400 $9,400 $2,300
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
The Oyapock River forms part of Brazil's 400-mile border with the territory of this European country

Final scores:

Lucy Josiah Cameron
$31,399 $9,408 $4,403
2-day champion: $64,499 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Lucy Josiah Cameron
$26,200 $9,400 $2,800
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R,
1 W
7 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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