10 Jeopardy! Clues May 31, 2017
Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 5-31-2017 Jeopardy! match.
SOURCES OF POWER ($800) A barouche, mentioned by Jane Austen
($1000) NextEra in Tehachapi, California, “The Birthplace of” this kind of power
PRESIDENTIAL BIOGRAPHIES ($400) A multivolume biography of this president begins with “The Engineer 1874-1914”
MOVIEMAKING ($1000) Visually, this effect is an inconsistency in an image’s magnification between the center and edges of the frame. In audio, it makes my voice sound pretty rock ‘n roll.
JAPANESE GEOGRAPHY ($2000) Ie Shima, just off this largest island in the Ryukus, has a memorial to WWII reporter Ernie Pyle, who died there
QUOTH THE POET ($800) “I, who now bid thee on this errand forth, am Beatrice; from a place I come revisited with joy”
The players got all these clues in GOING DOWN IN HISTORY, except the $400 one
*($400) The first invasion with a main role for these troops was when the Nazi Fallschirmjäger descended from sky on Crete
($800) In Jan. 2016 in Cortina, Italy, she was fastest down the hill for the 37th time, breaking the Women’s World Cup record
($1200) From 1940 to 1944 this rate in the U.S. went down from 14.6 to 1.2%
($2000) The 1683 Siege of Vienna was one example of gaining this lofty 2-word spot so you can sweep downhill on the enemy
The $1600 clue was a Daily Double. You’ll find that and more on this match on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap