Show #7327 - Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Contestants

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Laurie MacDougall, a cancer registrar originally from Medford, Massachusetts

Ben Foley, a structural engineer from New Orleans, Louisiana

Sally Neumann, a mental health counselor from Seattle, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

TAKE ME OUT OF THE BALL GAME
ORGANIZATIONS
SCIENTIFIC & MEDICAL ABBREV.
WORDS WITH FRIENDS
THE DISASTER OF THE CENTURY
THE 5 W's
    $200 11
(Dan Patrick presents the clue.) He retired in '93, then came back to lead the Bulls to 3 straight titles; retirement & comeback no. 2... could've gone better
    $200 12
In 1949 the Dutch co-founded this defensive organization headquartered in Brussels
    $200 1
You deserve a big bear hug if you known that UMa is an abbreviation for this constellation
    $200 6
This word for a stupid or gullible person contains a "chum" of yours
    $200 26
The sinking of the Lusitania
    $200 14
When: the year LBJ was elected president
    $400 20
On May 2, 1939 Babe Dahlgren (not Ruth) took over for this man who sat down for the first time in 2,130 games
    $400 13
Global prosperity is the goal of the Milken Institute, a nonprofit one of these that sounds like a container for contemplation
    $400 2
Fast or slow, HR or HRT is short for this
    $400 7
You'll find a dear "crony" in this type of word formed from the initial letters of other words
    $400 27
The Boston Massacre
    $400 15
Why: with sense receptors at their tips, they help Kitty judge if she can fit into a tight space
    $600 19
After winning a Super Bowl with N.Y. in 2008, this D.E. hung it up; he soon began co-hosting a morning show
    $600 18
FDR founded the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, better known as this group
    $600 3
Vegetables that have had their DNA altered to produce better traits are known as GM foods, standing for this
    $600 8
You've got a "bud" in this official who mediates between private citizens & the government
    $600 28
The Chicago fire, leaving 90,000 homeless
    $600 23
Who: this uncrowned royal son who died imprisoned in Paris at age 10 in 1795
    $800 17
His last match was a 1977 exhibition game between the New York Cosmos & Brazil's Santos; he played for both sides
    $800 22
The ACSR, the assn. for this type of reconstruction, can hook you up with courses in bloodstain pattern analysis
    DD: $1,000 4
Abbreviated TM, it separates the outer ear from the middle ear
    $800 9
Someday you'll get used to this word meaning "to adapt"; it features a "mate' of yours
    $800 29
The destruction of Pompeii
    $800 24
What: an Arabian horse named Godolphin is considered one of the first 3 of these
    $1000 16
In March 2016 he said, "18 is a good number and" after 18 years "today I retire from pro football"
    $1000 21
Founded in 1958 this public opinion research organization is named after pollster George
    $1000 5
CP is an abbreviation for chest pain, as well as for this crippling disorder caused by damage to the brain
    $1000 10
You've got a "pal" in this adjective that means able to be felt by touch
    $1000 30
The Black Death that killed at least 25 million Europeans
    $1000 25
Where: this country that's home to the Sofia Princess Hotel

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

Sally Ben Laurie
$1,800 $3,200 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sally Ben Laurie
$1,000 $5,200 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS ELEPHANTS
MEMORY
COUNTRIES WITH SHORT COASTLINES
AS EASY AS C-D-E
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with a "C" and be followed by a "D" and an "E" later on.)
BOOKS & AUTHORS
BIG SCREEN CHARACTER MASHUPS
(Alex: We give you parts of two roles by a famous actor, and you give us the actor.)
    $400 30
In 2003 86-year-old Lin Wang, the oldest-known Asian elephant, died in this Taiwanese capital
    $400 16
RAM, computer memory used for the temporary storage of data, is short for this
    $400 6
All 40 miles of Belgium's coast are along this sea
    $400 17
Known as a poison, it's also used to extract gold
    $400 11
While in the army he wrote the initial draft of his first novel, "This Side of Paradise"
    $400 1
Truman Ventura
    $800 29
He crossed the Alps with his favorite elephant, a one-tusked beauty named Surus
    $800 18
Serta offers Cool Action Gel Memory Foam for "more support where you need it most" in one of these
    $800 7
It has just 306 miles of coastline between Kuwait & Iran
    $800 19
It describes a witness worthy of belief; that's...!
    DD: $2,500 12
Hemingway's 1936 Esquire essay "On the Blue Water" formed the basis for this 1952 story
    $800 2
Jor-El Kowalski
    $1200 28
In 570 A.D. a Yemeni ruler tried to destroy the Kaaba in this city but his elephant Mahmud refused to enter the city
    $1200 23
"Memory, all alone in the moonlight, I can smile at the old days, I was beautiful then" is sung in this Broadway musical
    DD: $5,000 8
This principality has only about 2.5 miles of coast, on the Mediterranean Sea
    $1200 20
To turn sour or congeal; when you're scared, your blood is said to do this
    $1200 13
Due to fear U.S. readers wouldn't pronounce its title properly, this first James Bond book was published as "You Asked For It"
    $1200 3
Philip Spade
    $1600 27
In the late 19th century a circus elephant named for this bare-knuckle champ boxed with a glove on his trunk
    $1600 24
Remembering info by using a rhyme, like "Ask for clues from 1 to 5, or you won't leave the stage alive" is this type of "device"
    $1600 9
One of the largest countries in Africa at 905,000 sq. mi., this democratic republic has only a 23-mile coastline along the Atlantic
    $1600 21
It can be a small waterfall, an outpouring of objects or events, or the simple juggling pattern seen here
    $1600 14
He spent much of his later years in Italy observing what he called "The United States of Amnesia"
    $1600 4
Ethan Reacher
    $2000 26
After this elephant was killed in a railyard accident in 1885, P.T. Barnum continued to exhibit his skeleton
    $2000 25
Many colleges now give notifications that class material might remind students of remembered trauma-- "these" warnings
    $2000 10
This nation's tiny shore on the Adriatic is bordered on either side by parts of Croatia
    $2000 22
The rhythmic flow of a sequence of sounds
    $2000 15
With an architect friend, this "Ethan Frome" author wrote an interior design book, "The Decoration of Houses"
    $2000 5
Bonnie Mulwray

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sally Ben Laurie
$1,800 $13,400 $13,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BEATLES SONGS
Later a book title, the 2-word title of this 1968 song is a British name for a spiral slide seen at fairgrounds

Final scores:

Sally Ben Laurie
$1,800 $4,400 $26,700
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $26,700

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sally Ben Laurie
$1,800 $18,400 $11,800
8 R,
4 W
28 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $32,000

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