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    $200 2
It was the customary utterance of Sandy, seen here
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Show #7989 - Thursday, May 9, 2019

2019 Teachers Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

Conor Quinn, a high school world history teacher from Albany, New York

Melissa Okey, an elementary school resource teacher from Panorama City, California

Sara DelVillano, a middle school instrumental music teacher from Lanham, Maryland

Jeopardy! Round

EVERY ANIMAL HAS ITS DAY
FROM AN "A" TO AN "F"
SOCIAL STUDIES
TERMS FROM SPORTS
STATE CAPITAL NICKNAMES
AN APP FOR TEACHER
    $200 1
The world day for this long-necked animal is June 21, the longest day of the year
    $200 2
It was the customary utterance of Sandy, seen here
    $200 3
It's South America's most populous country
    $200 17
The name of this style of boxing that lacked a key piece of gear now means "without conventional niceties"
    $200 24
"The Mile High City"
    $200 16
With the Kahoot! app teachers can assign learning challenges as this task done outside of class, & it corrects itself!
    $400 4
These pups are beautiful every day, but that fact is officially celebrated April 21
    $400 8
An artificial grasslike ground covering first used in Houston around 1965
    $400 13
It precedes "blight" or "decay" to refer to unsightly parts of a town or city
    $400 18
I say, old chap, if you're dealing with a tricky situation, it might be this 2-word term from cricket
    $400 25
"The Big Peach"
    $400 20
Listen to Third Rock streaming radio or track orbiting satellites with this agency's app
    $600 6
This -hog can come out of the shadow of the groundhog; February 2 honors both animals
    $600 9
Today chiefly used in viola music, it's the music score symbol with a 2-word name seen here
    $600 5
In January 2019 this South American country's national assembly declared its president a "usurper" & named its own replacement
    $600 19
This 3-word phrase meaning without rules or limits comes from a free-form style of wrestling
    $600 28
"Crabtown"
    $600 21
This company's app called Classroom helps you streamline your classes & is included free with its G Suite for Education
    $800 7
April 6 is the perfect day to celebrate this breed seen here
    $800 11
An alcoholic drink served before a meal to stimulate the taste buds
    $800 14
Something a popular circus has, or the idea that a political party can accommodate diverse views
    $800 26
This term for a concerted effort is a defensive strategy in basketball
    $800 29
"The Almond Capital of the World"
    $800 22
StudyBlue simulates these little rectangles used by kids to study for tests & by contestants to prep for "Jeopardy!"
    $1000 10
The world day for these birds, whether emperor or gentoo, is April 25
    $1000 12
This striped hyena relative of Africa feeds chiefly on insects
    $1000 15
A 1951 work on this person in societies of northern Asia says he is "magician and medicine man... priest, mystic and poet"
    $1000 27
It's a 2-word evasive football maneuver that presidents are regularly accused of making around Congress
    DD: $2,000 30
"The Cradle of the Confederacy" & "The Birthplace of Civil Rights"
    $1000 23
Teachers share pictures with parents via the app called "Class" this 4-letter word, just like a Japanese martial arts school

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

Sara Melissa Conor
$3,000 $2,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Melissa Conor
$3,400 $3,000 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

TAURUS TYPES
ALPHABETICALLY SECOND
THINGS TO DO OUTDOORS
LITERARY CHARACTERS
COUNTRIES' MUSIC
FILM TEACHERS
    $400 26
Duarte was the maiden name of this First Lady born in the Pampas of Argentina May 7, 1919
    $400 1
Of branches of the U.S. government as listed by the National Constitution Center
    $400 25
Toss around one of these, originally called a Pluto platter
    $400 7
You'll find the Cheshire Cat (or at times only part of him) in this 19th century children's classic
    $400 6
Jingju, or Beijing this music drama, is a popular Chinese form
    $400 20
Bridgette Wilson-Sampras attempts to teach third grade to this grown-up funnyman in "Billy Madison"
    $800 27
John Paul Stevens was replaced at work by this woman, a fellow Taurus
    $800 2
Of books of the Pentateuch in the King James Bible
    $800 21
Hit the water & paddle your own boat of this type with a palindromic name
    $800 16
In "Paradise Lost", Abdiel is one of these & the only one of Lucifer's group who refuses to betray heaven
    $800 8
Common at Japanese folk festivals, taiko are barrel-shaped these instruments
    $800 12
In "Night School" Tiffany Haddish uses extreme methods to help this comedian get his G.E.D.
    $1200 28
Born April 25, 1917 this jazz legend known for her sweet voice & her scat singing racked up 14 Grammy Awards
    $1200 3
Of Hogwarts houses
    $1200 22
Soar through the air & get your adrenaline going with this sport
    $1200 17
Robert Bloch used serial killer Ed Gein as the basis for this character in "Psycho"
    $1200 9
Irish euro coins feature the traditional musical instrument called clairseach or the "Irish" this
    $1200 13
Richard Dreyfuss played this teacher, whose title "Opus" is more about the students he taught than the music he wrote
    $1600 29
This woman seen here worked hard & made great sacrifices in the search for racial equality
    $1600 4
Of the 7 Disney dwarfs
    $1600 23
Attend a battle reenactment like in La Porte, Texas, where they reenact this one that led to independence from Mexico
    $1600 18
A tailor in a play by G.B. Shaw, he extracts a thorn from a lion's paw & is spared later in the arena by that lion
    DD: $3,000 10
Jaiva, or township jive, is native to this country
    $1600 14
Audiences said "Goodbye" to this teacher played by Robert Donat in 1939 & Peter O'Toole in 1969
    DD: $2,000 30
Those born under the sign of Taurus are devoted, like this woman, Gertrude Stein's partner & "Autobiography" subject
    $2000 5
Of the reindeer in "A Visit from St. Nicholas"
    $2000 24
Plant some of these flowers of the violet family
    $2000 19
With bleached skin & large eyes, the Morlocks are strange beasts from the future created by this author
    $2000 11
It's the principal percussion instrument of northern India
    $2000 15
In "Stand and Deliver", Edwards James Olmos gets his dropout-prone kids ready to pass a test in this tough branch of math

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Melissa Conor
$9,600 $5,400 $9,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE COLD WAR
The Cold War became entrenched in the mid-1950s after the formation of these 2 rival military alliances

Final scores:

Sara Melissa Conor
$8,399 $800 $17,600
2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Sara Melissa Conor
$16,600 $5,400 $9,600
20 R,
5 W
(including 3 DDs)
14 R,
5 W
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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