Show #7580 - Friday, July 21, 2017

Justin Vossler game 2.

Contestants

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Connie Rudd, a writer from Coweta, Oklahoma

George Buri, a university instructor from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Justin Vossler, a high school history teacher from Homer, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS LEFTIES
WEST VIRGINIA
BIOLOGY
COLLEGE STADIUMS & ARENAS
THE KITCHEN LIBRARY
CONSONANT CRAVING
(Alex: We'll give you a word with all of its consonants removed. You identify the word for us.)
    $200 16
Ask this singer why she's left-handed & she might quote her song, "I was born this way"
    $200 21
This state nickname makes sense given West Virginia's mean elevation of more than 1,500 feet
    $200 26
By definition bacteria called anaerobes don't need this to live
    $200 11
This Los Angeles venue has seen many events in its 94-year history, including 2 Olympic games
    $200 6
Intolerant of this protein mixture? David Lawson has "101 Days of" recipes that are free of it
    $200 1
Located near the navel... does it strike a cord?
UIIA
    $400 17
This lefty looks quite intense as he vetoes the bill before him
    $400 22
Last name of the Republican governor from 1913 to 1917; to date no McCoys have been elected to that office
    $400 27
In an earthworm, pairs of nephridia, similar to these human organs, filter & remove waste
    $400 12
In 1990, after a $5 million donation, this school's indoor sports facility was renamed Coors Events Center
    $400 7
"Dorie's Cookies" includes a section on brownies, bars, break-ups & these Italian-named cookies
    $400 2
Chinese needle non-torture:
AUUUE
    $600 18
In 1993 this southpaw became only the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court
    $600 23
This yellow apple had its origin in 1890 as a chance seedling in the Clay County farm of A.H. Mullins
    $600 28
Linked to some birth defects, aneuploidy is the condition of having an abnormal number of these
    $600 13
San Diego State's Aztecs play this sport in Tony Gwynn Stadium
    $600 8
'Anyone can throw a bunch of ground beef on a grill", says the cookbook named for this animated TV series
    $600 3
Describing a word like honk or boom:
OOAOOEIA
    $800 19
Though he's actually right-handed, this Spanish tennis champ plays with his left
    $800 24
The John Brown Wax Museum in this town has 87 life-size figures telling his story from youth to the gallows
    DD: $1,500 29
There are 3 main types of these in the body--smooth, striated & cardiac
    $800 14
Opened in 1976, this university's basketball arena is named for legendary coach Adolph Rupp
    $800 9
This celebrity chef wears his signature orange Crocs on the cover of his "Big American Cookbook"
    $800 4
Side of a coin bearing the principal design:
OEE
    $1000 20
Sarah Paulson said the hardest part about portraying this O.J. prosecutor was writing with her left hand
    $1000 25
Charleston has a memorial to this black educator whose family moved to nearby Malden in 1865
    $1000 30
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents.) Blood has 4 main components: red blood cells that make up about 45% of the volume, white blood cells & platelets that account for less than 1%, and making up about 55% is this liquid part that transports cells throughout the body
    $1000 15
This school's basketball, gymnastics & volleyball teams perform in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center
    $1000 10
Andrea Nguyen gives many ways to make this, "Vietnam's favorite soup and noodles"
    $1000 5
One who studies the source of outbreaks of infectious disease:
EIEIOOI

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

Justin George Connie
$1,400 $2,000 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin George Connie
$2,000 $3,600 $7,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

UNCLE SUGAR
FASHION HISTORY
CLASSIC NOVELS
CARD PLAYER'S VOCABULARY
ANCIENT COINS
BANG THAT TAMBOURINE!
    $400 18
Under the Truman Doctrine, the US. gave aid to countries that were committed to fighting this ideology
    $400 16
In 1746 the English banned the Scots from wearing kilts or these plaid patterns except in the military
    $400 1
The vengeful Madame Defarge was created for this historical novel
    $400 6
Around December it's what I do to certain halls
    $400 11
A tiny silver denarius coin from around 32 B.C. depicts both Mark Antony & her
    $400 26
When not drumming for Genesis, this man would sometimes do a tambourine "dance", bouncing one off his head
    $800 19
The U.S. gave this young country a $100 million loan in 1949 & has been supportive ever since
    $800 17
In the 1860s, Godey's Lady's Book set fashion trends, including this kind of skirt seen here, framed with whalebone
    $800 2
This Edith Wharton novel ends, "Newland Archer got up slowly and walked back alone to his hotel"
    $800 7
They come in law & three-piece varieties
    $800 12
At this jewel-adorned site in Jerusalem, Jesus praised the widow who gave her last 2 mites, bronze coins
    $800 27
Seen here is Liam Gallagher with tambourine, perhaps the one he plays on this group's "Wonderwall"
    $1200 20
In 1951 the U.S. sent grain to India, which was suffering from earthquake, floods & plagues of these
    $1200 23
This 1965 film starring Omar Sharif & Julie Christie inspired things Russian, including the maxicoat
    DD: $3,000 3
This classic by William Faulkner is "a tale told by an idiot... signifying nothing"
    $1200 8
In 1902 Teddy Roosevelt's was "square"
    $1200 13
Around 43 B.C this assassin issued a coin with his image on one side & 2 daggers & "Ides of March" on the other
    $1200 28
Suzanne Crough showed her tambourine skills as Tracy on this 1970s family sitcom
    DD: $2,000 21
Hamilton wanted aid to support this country when it was called Saint Domingue & President Adams followed through
    $1600 24
This artificial gem used for costume jewelry was originally made in Strasbourg on the river for which it's named
    $1600 4
This autobiographical 1916 novel by James Joyce portrays the early years of Stephen Dedalus
    $1600 9
It's how Robert Zemeckis says, "Stop what you're doing"
    $1600 14
Dating back to 2000 B.C., the first Chinese coins were known as cowrie money, meaning they were made of these
    $1600 29
On "Badlands" this E Street Band stalwart pulled triple duty, playing sax & tambourines & singing
    $2000 22
Food & supplies were sent in 1992 to this African country; warlords like Osman Ali Atto would mar the effort
    $2000 25
French for "bell", it was the most popular hat for ladies during most of the Roaring '20s
    $2000 5
In the first chapter of this dystopian novel, "I don't think so" is the answer to "Aren't there any grownups at all?"
    $2000 10
The Irrawaddy is the main one of Myanmar
    $2000 15
A Roman coin of the 30s A.D. shows Drusilla, favorite sister of this cruel emperor, holding poppies & a scepter
    $2000 30
"It took me so-o-o long to find out" about the tambourine on this 1965 hit

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin George Connie
$14,400 $16,800 $7,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICANA
This official U.S. government song traces its roots to a song about Roderick Dhu, the leader of a Highland clan

Final scores:

Justin George Connie
$27,400 $4,799 $0
2-day champion: $54,500 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Justin George Connie
$14,000 $16,800 $9,800
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $40,600

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