12 Jeopardy! Clues: May 13, 2016

Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 5-13-2016 Jeopardy! match.

SUPERIOR ($800) This method of printing whose elements are seen here was long superior in China with its pictorial writing
Superior clue from Jeopardy, May 13, 2016

COMMUNICATION ($800) Sherlock Holmes often hears of new developments in a case via this, aka “The Victorian Internet”

AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS
($800) In 1998 author Gloria Naylor revisited this title “Place”, this time giving “The Men” a chance to be heard from

($2000) Chester Himes explored racism in this book whose 6-word title is in the rhyme “eeny-meeny-miny-mo”

SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER
($1200) A cabbie with an empty taxi may go to the airport to make this

($2000) Used to help eliminate distortion, it’s the type of map projection seen here
First & Last Letters the Same Jeopardy! clue, 5-13-16

6 SOLVED CLUES:

AN ORANGE FOR TEACHER ($200) Seville oranges are big in making this preserve, a word from the Portuguese

THE QUOTABLE BEN FRANKLIN ($1000) From this game “We may learn… foresight… circumspection… caution… and… the habit of not being discouraged”

SUPERIOR ($200) Money proved superior to this system of swapping goods, as it was hard walking around with a cow or a sack of pears

COMMUNICATION ($00) Ringo Starr played Atouk this title type of “man” whose language included ool (“food”) & haraka (“fire”)

STUDY HALL ($2000) The attempted coup d’etat known by this name began at the Burgerbraukeller on November 8, 1923

COUNTRY MUSIC ($2000) The Dead Kennedys, 1980: Holiday in ______

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