Eduardo Sevilla (Vienna, VA): 8th-12th Grade math
Mary Parker (Rogers, AR): HS French & English
Sara Holub (Green Bay): HS choir
FIRST NAMES IN THE DICTIONARY
FOREIGN GEOGRAPHIC TERMS
SMALL ENOUGH TO FIT
ON A POSTAGE STAMP
Sara: 2,800/Mary: 2,400/Eduardo: 400
The ladies are tied at 2800 each as Mary claims a DD on the 800 Small Enough to Fit clue; both are 2K ahead of the man on the very right. Mary attempts to take a 1K lead for herself.
Clothes for dolls in this line include Kaya’s deerskin outfit & Addy’s Sunday best.
“What is American Girl?”- right.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: 1K (Foreign Geographic Terms)
UNATTEMPTED LT: 2400
TOTAL LT: 3400
Sara: 4,600/Mary: 6,600/Eduardo: 1,800
PEOPLE ON THE PAGE
INCLUDED & EXCLUDED
I’M GOING TO HAVE TO CONFISCATE THAT
The other woman Sara claims a DD two answers into People on the Page, who’s in 2nd w/ 5800; Eduardo’s barely in 3rd for 5400 & Mary’s still narrowly on top for 7400. Sara tries this for two.
This sea captain “with a crucifixion in his face” sought revenge, but NOT on a person.
“Who is Captain Kidd?”…NOT the correct name. Eduardo takes DD #2 to end the South America answers & w/ nine large is in 2nd by 2K over Sara; Mary’s still comfortably in the lead w/ 17. He goes for four.
Before he zinged around Por La Revolucion, he was born in Rosario, Argentina, which has a 12ft statue of him.
“Who is (Ernesto) Che Guevara?”…si.
SOLE DJ! TS: 2K (People on the Page)
Sara: 9,400/Mary: 22,200/Eduardo: 13,800
FJ! #172: FAMOUS TEACHERS
W.J. Bryan gave the keynote speech at this man’s HS graduation in 1919; six yrs. later their paths would cross again.
SARA: “Who was (John) Scopes?” (5K) = 14,400
EDUARDO: “WHO IS C. DARROW” (1795) = 12,005
MARY: “Who is
Da Scopes” = 26,650