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    $800 14
At 4 South Market Street in Boston, you can find Faneuil Hall and this venerable market and shop to your heart's content
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Show #8212 - Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Sarah Jett Rayburn game 3.

Contestants

Mina Le, an ear, nose and throat surgeon from Montclair, New Jersey

Alison Nelson, an elementary school teacher from Oak Park, Illinois

Sarah Jett Rayburn, a writer and stay-at-home mom from Hutto, Texas (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $39,400)

Jeopardy! Round

WHAT'S MY AIRLINE?
A LANDMARK ADDRESS
SNOPES SAYS NOPE
(Alex: There are a lot of urban legends and tall stories that are going to be debunked by the fact-checking website Snopes.com.)
BODY PART AKAs
SILENT "C"
MLB SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS
(Alex: Only going back to 1900.)
    $200 19
In 1947 this carrier began flying regularly to London on what was called the "Kangaroo Route"
    $200 6
Looking for this landmark? Go over to 400 Broad Street, Seattle, then go up up up
    $200 16
A NASA astronaut did not carry a big bag of marijuana up to this in 2012
    $200 7
Womb
    $200 1
An elephant's trunk contains roughly 40,000 of these, more than you have in your whole body
    $200 26
Rickey Henderson holds the record for these "thefts": 130 in 1982
    $400 22
After his flight was canceled, he hired a plane, wrote "Virgin Airlines" on a board, charged $39 for 1-way & "filled up my first plane"
    $400 12
This "Birthplace of America" is at 520 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
    $400 17
A U.S. tourist in Saudi Arabia was not arrested for refusing to sell his wife for 45 of these animals
    $400 8
Voice box
    $400 2
A song from "Annie Get Your Gun" says, "Got no mansion, got no" this boat, "still I'm happy with what I've got"
    $400 27
In one sense, batter Mark Reynolds holds the record for these with 223; in another, pitcher Nolan Ryan holds the record with 383
    DD: $2,000 23
The headquarters of this airline that was organized jointly in 1953 by the federal & state government is in Cologne, Germany
    $600 13
Roses are run for at 700 Central Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, this site
    $600 18
An episode of "The Simpsons" did not predict the April 2019 fire here in Paris
    $600 9
The carpus
    $600 3
Title for a Russian empress, like Nicholas II's Alexandra
    $600 28
Boston ace Dutch Leonard ended the 1914 season with a microscopic 0.96 one of these
    $800 24
A few years after losing control of TWA around 1960, this man sold his shares for more than $500 million
    $800 14
At 4 South Market Street in Boston, you can find Faneuil Hall and this venerable market and shop to your heart's content
    $800 20
This Mexican-style fast-food chain's cinnamon twists are not made from deep-fried rotini
    $800 10
Tympanum or tympanic membrane
    $800 4
A moral compass
    $1000 25
On May 27, 1936 Dublin & Bristol were on the very first route of this airline
    $1000 15
Relive 30 seconds of history at this site at 326 East Allen Street, Tombstone
    $1000 21
This House Speaker did not use $15,000 worth of pens to sign impeachment articles against Donald Trump
    $1000 11
Pollex
    $1000 5
The Latin for "to declare" is the origin of this legal term for a formal accusation

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

Sarah Alison Mina
$800 $2,200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Alison Mina
$4,200 $3,000 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BARACK OBAMA'S READING LIST
HOW NOW, DOUBLE VOWEL
RELIGIOUS "ISM"s
DJ, JAZZY
JEFF
THE FRENCH PRINCE
    $400 12
One of President Obama's favorite children's books is this 1963 classic by Maurice Sendak
    $400 6
To win every game in a playoff series
    $400 1
The name of this rite of purification is from the Greek for "to dip"
    $400 11
Horace Silver's tune about L.A. DJ Chuck Niles isn't "the hippest guy in Hollywood"--it uses this 3-letter jazz word for "guy"
    $400 26
According to him, "You might be a redneck if you think the stock market has a fence around it"
    $400 17
Jean de France, who controlled much of France during this protracted war, was born in 1340 shortly after its start
    $800 13
Perhaps more than casually interested in biographies about presidents, Obama noted Ron Chernow's 2017 work on this ex-military man
    $800 7
Plant-related word meaning to tear away violently from a native environment
    DD: $600 2
Many adherents of this Caribbean religion believe in Haile Selassie as a Messiah
    $800 22
Musicians Dave Koz & Brian McKnight DJed for L.A.'s KTWV in the format called this kind of jazz, nice & mellow
    $800 18
Because of his father's frequent bouts of insanity, in 1418 15-year-old Charles VII declared himself one of these royal stand-ins
    $1200 14
"The Wealth of Nations", written by this Scot in 1776, beat a lot of competition to make the reading list
    $1200 8
What a plane is doing moving down a runway, preparing for take-off
    $1200 3
A 1919 gathering of 6,000 Protestants to get back to the basics of their faith has been called the birth of this -ism
    $1200 23
Still going strong, the jazz festival of this bay & aquarium city in California was founded in 1958 by DJ Jimmy Lyons
    $1200 19
In 1715, at the age of 5, Louis the Well-Beloved became King Louis of this number
    $1600 15
Obama made it through Larry Bartels' "Unequal Democracy: The Political Economy of the New" this "Age", like the 1870-98 one
    $1600 9
Also called the Taal, this language is much like Dutch
    $1600 4
This Asian faith's name means "way of the gods" & its shrines are dedicated to rivers, mountains & other natural objects
    $1600 24
The 1930s was this "Era" named for the rhythm of the big bands, also a word in the title of a Sid Torin radio show
    $1600 28
Jeff Shaara's quartet of WWII novels include "No Less Than Victory", about the 1944 "Battle of" this, Hitler's last gasp
    DD: $600 20
The title Prince of Conti was borne by sons of this royal house that ruled France from 1589 to 1830, mostly
    $2000 16
We don't know if Mr. O thought "What is the What" was some more staggering genius by this man, but it got the stamp of approval
    $2000 10
If the Gettysburg address had been given in 1843, this would have been the first word
    $2000 5
From a Hebrew word for "pious", this movement in Judaism combines austerity with joyful mysticism
    $2000 25
Before DJing, Phil Schaap was babysat by this bandleader's drummer Jo Jones & later managed The Countsmen, made up of his alumni
    $2000 27
DreamWorks was originally called DreamWorks SKG, in honor of founders Steven Spielberg, David Geffen & this Jeffrey
    $2000 21
The future Charles V was the first heir apparent to the French crown to bear this title

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Alison Mina
$7,800 $11,000 $10,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

1950s FILMS
The last line of this epic film was "Go--proclaim liberty throughout all the lands unto all the inhabitants thereof"

Final scores:

Sarah Alison Mina
$15,500 $1,000 $0
3-day champion: $54,900 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Sarah Alison Mina
$7,800 $12,600 $12,400
13 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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