11 Jeopardy! Clues October 6, 2017

Here are 11 triple stumpers from the 10-6-2017 Jeopardy! match.

19TH CENTURY WOMEN AUTHORS ($400) Martha Finley wrote 28 novels about Elsie, a virtuous Southern girl who lives on these including the Oaks & Roselands

SCHOOLED ($1000) An army of ambassadors has studied Intl. Affairs at the Fletcher School of this Univ. in Medford, Mass.

WORDPLAY ($1200) Malcolm X often used the device call chiasmus as in “We didn’t land on Plymouth Rock; the rock was” this

($2000) The 2017 U.K. Pun Championships produced gems like “Pakistani Pirates.” This language “they think they argh”

CHEMISTRY ($400) Gallium turns to liquid slightly above this temperature, sometimes given as 72 degrees Farenheit

($800) In biology, an insectivore; in chemistry, a measuring unit of very small things

($2000) 2 letters longer than “activity”, this is high in halogen elements, so they’re not naturally found uncombined

PRESIDENTS BORN WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI ($800) Of the 8 presidents born west of the Mississippi River, the one born farthest west

($2000) The one who served the shortest time as president

“UR” THE TOP! ($400) To the Ancient Greeks, he was really tops– he personified heaven

($1200) Alioth & Dubhe are its brightest stars

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