10 Jeopardy! Clues April 17, 2017

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Here are 5 triple stumpers from the 4-17-2017 Jeopardy! match.

BODY PART TITLES ($1000) “There was only a flat patch on hs face” is the alarming discovery of a major in the Gogol story named for this

THIS CATEGORY IS JUST FLUFF ($1000) In 2009, this southern California-born comedian reminded us, “I’m not fat, I’m fluffy”
Just Fluff $1000 clue (Jeopardy! 4-17-17)

GET A LYFT WITH UBER ($800) Uber debuted this kind of car in September 2016, & passengers didn’t have to make small talk or argue about the music

THE MARVELOUS UNIVERSE ($2000) In 1854 astronomer James Ferguson made the first discovery from the U.S. of this type of body, naming it Euphrosyne

BORDER FRENZY ($2000) They were united in a confederation from 1982 to 1989 so it makes sense that these 2 countries share a border
Border Frenzy $2000 clue (Jeopardy! 4-17-17)

The players got all 5 clues in THE LAW:

($400) It shocked San Francisco when Dan White was convicted only of voluntary this for killing Harvey Milk & George Moscone

($800) On Mar. 8, 1948 the Supreme Court said religious teaching to spread the faith in public schools was this 16-letter word

($1200) 20% of the 32,000 Alaskans who filed a 1994 class action vs. this Co. were dead by the time it got to the Supreme Court in 2008

($1600) The 1917 law under which Edward Snowden was charged in 2013 isn’t called The Spying Act but this act

($2000) On Sept. 15, 1934 in NYC, he used a bill with serial nos. used in the Lindbergh baby ransom & was arrested

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