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    $2000 28
Cover the wall of your living room again
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Show #7115 - Friday, July 17, 2015

Contestants

Julia Lawrence, an English teacher originally from Rye, New York

Lawrence Dernulc, a business manager originally from Salisbury, Maryland

Jennifer Morrow, an editorial assistant from New York, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $19,200)

Jeopardy! Round

THE SPORTING LIFE
HISTORICAL NICKNAMES
ACIDS
"C" + 3
(Alex: Each correct response begins with the letter "C" and has a total of four letters in it.)
WHAT'S YOUR SIGN?
FOR SALE
    $200 25
"The Madman of Macedonia"
    $200 10
Prussic acid, which can be deadly to humans, can be found in small amounts in this part of a nectarine or plum
    $200 4
Cajole or persuade by flattery
    $200 1
I'm this sign; my constellation's brightest star is called Hamal, Arabic for "sheep"
    $400 2
A Taiwanese player's first MLB single in 2007 allowed Vin Scully to say this, echoing a famous comedy routine
    $400 3
"The Serpent of the Nile"
    $400 9
Also a stomach acid, it's used to remove rust from steel in preparation for a protective coating
    $400 19
I'm this sign who was rewarded by Hera with a trip to the heavens after I pinched an enemy of hers
    $600 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew demonstrates and bops a volleyball.) In volleyball, overlap your hands, point your thumbs together and down & lock your elbows to get a flat forearm area to do this 4-letter pass, the classic first step in returning a serve
    $600 17
France's "Magician of Iron"
    $600 8
Phosphoric acid gives tartness to this delicious stuff created in 1886
    $600 23
The pointed projection on the chewing surface of a tooth
    $600 14
I'm this wintertime sign; often the 2 symbolic figures are portrayed as being connected by a ribbon
    $600 20
Garrard's Jewelers of London offered for sale a giant 40.63-carat fiery gem called a "Burmese" this
    $800 5
From 1977 to 1987, he was unbeatable in the 400-meter hurdles, winning 122 straight times
    $800 11
"The Father of Rhode Island"
    $800 12
This acid found in the bark of oak trees gives tea its astringency, color & taste
    $800 24
In "Richard III", the Duke of Clarence is stabbed & put in this wine container
    $800 15
I'm this sign & my name is also an ancient Roman unit of weight
    $800 21
Clayton Jacobson invented this watercraft, & in 1973 Kawasaki began revving them up for sale
    $1000 6
This ritual is believed to have begun at the end of a 1931 soccer game when France beat England for the very first time
    $1000 18
"The Knight of the Cloak"
    $1000 13
This acid also known as vitamin C can be found in tomatoes & potatoes as well as citrus fruit
    $1000 26
The heroic trumpet is an attribute of this muse
    DD: $1,600 16
I'm this second sign of the zodiac, named for the kind of creature that terrorized Crete in Hercules' time
    $1000 22
The Domelre, the first electric one of these, went on sale in Chicago in 1913; less emptying the drip pan!

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

Jennifer Lawrence Julia
$800 $1,400 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Lawrence Julia
$2,600 $2,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Now if you change just one letter in a classic novel title, you will come up with...)
PUNNY CLASSIC LITERATURE TITLES
JULY
"L"AKES
INTERNATIONAL FILM DIRECTORS
THE BISHOP
IT'S A PALINDROME
    $400 26
Jack London's tale of the place where feral creatures stop at the food court before hitting Old Navy
    $400 20
On July 17, 1429 Charles VII was crowned king of France in the presence of this teenage girl whom he owed, big time
    $400 13
On a clear night in Arizona's white mountains, look for the Moon's reflection in this lake, Spanish for "moon"
    $400 14
"Rashomon"
(1950)
    $400 15
Being credited with downing 72 German planes made Billy Bishop Canada's top one of these "cards" in WWI
    $400 11
According to a song from "Wicked", "No good" one of these "goes unpunished"
    $800 25
Thackeray's novel about a woman inordinately proud of her flowing tresses
    $800 18
In July 2014 the chain called this Tree agreed to buy Family this for 8.5 billion thises
    $800 4
At this Southern U.S. lake, you can tempt bass to bite with one of the artificial baits of the same name
    $800 9
"Birdman"
(2014)
    $800 10
Bishop is port wine that's been this, meaning heated & spiced
    $800 5
A strange, eccentric or crazy person
    $1200 22
It's the story of a weaving apparatus equipped with a pleasant panorama
    $1200 12
July 23, 1969 was the last of these baseball "Midsummer Classics" played as an afternoon game
    $1200 1
Sadly, the beautiful Chapel Bridge over this Swiss lake was badly damaged in a 1993 fire
    $1200 8
"For a Few Dollars More"
(1965)
    $1200 19
The bishop is the only chess piece that can never change this
    $1200 21
Last name of sexy author Anais
    $1600 23
Huxley's yarn concerning cemetery crypts in the Americas
    DD: $4,000 16
On July 30, 1975 he dined at a restaurant in Bloomfield Township, Michigan then got into a car & disappeared
    DD: $3,400 2
You take the high road & I'll take the low road to Milarrochy Bay on this Scottish loch
    $1600 7
"Fanny and Alexander"
(1982)
    $1600 24
At York Minster in 2015, Libby Lane was consecrated as this church's first female bishop
    $1600 29
In 2 words, the place where I work out
    $2000 27
Mississippi-set novel about a place where stray dogs are kept that becomes the object of intense anger
    $2000 17
On July 18, 1944, after the fall of Saipan, this Japanese prime minister resigned
    $2000 3
Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountains are home to Lake Sidney this, named for a 19th c. Southern poet
    $2000 6
"Satyricon"
(1969)
    $2000 30
Robert Browning's "The Bishop Orders His Tomb at St. Praxed's Church" is a "dramatic" this one-character outburst
    $2000 28
Cover the wall of your living room again

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Lawrence Julia
$13,800 $16,000 $7,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICANS
An account of her historic trial noted, "It was conceded that the defendant was, on the 5th November 1872, a woman"

Final scores:

Jennifer Lawrence Julia
$17,800 $4,399 $399
2-day champion: $37,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jennifer Lawrence Julia
$13,800 $11,800 $9,200
16 R,
0 W
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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