Matthew Cooper (Villanova, PA): Retail site specialist
Mackenzie Vogt (a man from Point Pleasant, NJ): Systems analyst
2-DAY CHAMP: Tanya Obreiter $63,210
AT THE SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL POSTAL MUSEUM
Tanya rips off that DD on the $800 piece of the Hearst Story just after getting on the board w/ $600; Mackenzie’s $400 on the bad side & Matthew’s $200 in the red.
The Boston American, Jul. 31, 1942: “Reds halt Nazis at…” this Russian city (as then called).
“What is Leningrad?”…no- Stalingrad.
Tanya: $400/Mackenzie: $2K/Matthew: $800
TECH. TS: $600
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $600 (Musical Numbers)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $4400
TOTAL LT: $5600
Tanya: $2K/Mackenzie: $4,800/Matthew: $1,400
THE WORLD OF TENNIS
20th C. NOVELS
WHO SAID WHAT?
NUMBER THAT AMENDMENT
HEART SURGERY W/ DR. OZ
Matthew chooses a VDD at the $1600 Heart Surgery clue (this is the 2nd consec. rd. there’s been a DD in the 4th square of a category at the furthest right of the gameboard); Tanya just added four bills. This is what Dr. Oz talks about next for $2200, Matthew.
“Replacement of these gateways that open & close is by far most common with the aortic & the mitral…they’re on the left side of the heart so they endure higher pressure & wear our sooner than the other two.”
“What are valves?”…the males are tied for 1st at this time. Opening DD #2 is Tanya when she gets the $1200 20th C. Novel & she’s in 3rd now w/ $5200; she’s $1200 off Matthew’s 2nd-place $6400 & $2400 away from 1st. She’ll make a $2K risk.
Trotter was the last name of the title boy in this book by Roald Dahl.
“What is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?”- oh no; that was really James and the Giant Peach. The time has nothing left for the final two answers under Number That Amendment.
DJ! LT: $4800
Tanya: $6,400/Mackenzie: $15,600/Matthew: $9,200
FJ! #183: DOG BREEDS
This popular small dog breed was named for the man who was the Vicar of Swimbridge for almost 50 yrs., beginning in 1832.
All bet $3K; can anyone tell me when was the last time everybody wagered the same amt., if ever?
TANYA: “What is a Yorkie?” = $3,400
MATTHEW: “What is Jack Russell Terrier?” = $12,200
MACKENZIE: “What is Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?” = $12,600