Gail: 800/Sara: 3,200/David: 1,400
Marked at the 1K Concept is the DD for Sara, who’s rolled to a big early lead w/ 6K, followed by David (1400) & Gail (5600). 1/3 of her pts. are on the line.
A medieval philosopher gave his name to this sharp idea that the simpler of two competing theories is preferable.
“What is Occam’s razor?”…that was it. The time isn’t there for the 200 or 400 Summery.
ATTEMPTED LT: 2200
UNATTEMPTED LT: 3800
TOTAL LT: 6K
Gail: 1,800/Sara: 8K/David: -400
1917– 100 YRS. AGO
BROADWAY MUSICALS BY SONGS
IN THE BOOKSTORE
David’s trying to extend this hot streak he’s on using DD #1 behind the 1600 1917 clue w/ a third-place six grand; Gail’s in 2nd w/ 11 & Sara’s leading the other female by 2200. He’ll make it a trubie & here’s his clue:
This muckracking author’s novel King Coal exposed ABUSES in the U.S. mining industry.
“Who is Upton Sinclair?”…just doubled up again. Also, he’s in the lead when DD #2’s picked 1600 within World Geography & his pointage has gotten to 15,200; he’ll attempt to double his 2K lead.
Rising 15,800 ft., it’s known in Latin as Mons Albus.
“What is Montserrat?” is what he said towards the end of the thinking period…but it was Mont Blanc.
SOLE DJ! TS: 1600 (Election Glossary)
Gail: 12,600/Sara: 13,200/David: 17,600
FJ! #176: THE PULITZER PRIZES
In 1947 a journalist from The Washington Post became the last to win a Pulitzer for National Reporting by this means.
GAIL: “What is radio?” (BUSTS)
SARA: “What is Telegraph?” (12K) = 25,200
DAVID: “What is the
telegraph telegram?” (10K) = 27,600