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Cody Vest (Fayetteville, AR): HS English
Stephanie Mitchell (Effingham, IL): 8th Grade Language Arts
David Clemmons (Ft. Worth): 11th Grade U.S. History

BB:
LITERARY INSTRUCTION
SAVING UP
THE PREZ SEZ
HIT THE GYM
TYPES OF STREETS
TV DINNERS

Early DD for Stephanie to end Literary Instruction; her 1K’s 200 behind Cody.

In a 1944 book this teacher said “I know no one in Bangkok at all”.

“Who is Anna?”…as in Anna and the King.

HS:

David: 3,600/Stephanie: 3,400/Cody: 1,200

ATTEMPTED LT: 1600 (3rd & 5th Hit the Gym)
UNATTEMPTED LT: 1400
TOTAL LT: 3K

CS:

David: 4,800/Stephanie: 5,200/Cody: 1,600

DJ!:
ARCHIPELAGO-GO
SIGNS & SYMBOLS
COMPOSERS
RHYMES W/ DUCK
GENERAL SCIENCE
FRIENDS OF DOROTHY

Co-leader David (w/ Stephanie) picks the 1200 Composer for DD #1 w/ 5200 each; Cody’s 1600 just got halved. Here’s his 2K clue for the lead outright.

This colorful Johann Strauss, Jr. composition made its debut in Vienna in Feb. 1867.

“What is ‘The Blue Danube Waltz’?”…that was exactly correct. Cody sweeps Friends of Dorothy to now be a factor in this game…and hits DD #2 at the 1600 Signs & Symbols spot w/ 8400 as his current 2nd-place total; David’s 1200 on top of him & Stephanie’s down to 3200. Cody also makes the 2K bet.

The co. that makes this tool trademarked its cross & shield symbol in 1909.

“What is a hammer?”…it’s actually the Swiss Army knife.

ATTEMPTED LT: 4400
UNATTEMPTED LT: 6400
TOTAL DJ! LT: 10,800

Pre-Final S:

Men: 10,400 each/Stephanie: 8,800

MALE CORYATS:
David: 9,600
Cody: 12,400

FJ! #173: 20th C. BOOKS

“I felt his spurs in my side & I heard his battle cry” was a line from this 1982 book that became a stage sensation & later a movie.

STEPHANIE: “What is Seabiscuit?” (4K) = 4,800
CODY: “What is Equus?” (3,600) = 6,800
DAVID: “What is the War Horse?” (400) = 10,800- STEPHANIE ELIM. FROM WC CONTENTION

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Comments on: "“JEOPARDY!” 5/10/17" (1)

  1. Dalton Higbee said:

    What! Stephanie Mitchell was my favorite to win this year.

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