11 Jeopardy! Clues June 15, 2016

Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 6-15-2016 Jeopardy! match.

WASHINGTON STATE SYMBOLS ($400) Woody Guthrie wrote the state folk song, “Roll On,” this river, “Roll On”

($800) The state gem is this fossil; the best place to see it in Washington is a state park in Vantage

AROUND THE WORLD ($1000) This passage named for an explorer separates South America from Antarctica

HIGHLAND BLING ($800) To look fashionable when in this castle on the River Dee, why not wear a cap of the same name

DECOMPOSING COMPOSERS ($1200) The last 2 items on a timeline of this German: 1882: premiere of “Parsifal”; 1883: Death

($1600) In 1893 this “Symphonie Pathetique” man began decomposing in St. Petersburg

These 5 clues were solved in the category “INTERNATIONAL DAYS OF THE WEEK.”

($400) Donnerstag is Thursday in this language
($800) In Hebrew this day is Yom Shabbat
($1200) Of martedi, mercoledi or giovedi, it’s Tuesday in Italian
($1600) Instead of “Monday, Monday”, the French Mamas & Papas would have sung this, this
($2000) Thank God it’s “Friday” in Spanish
Answers show

Today’s Daily Doubles and more information on Final Jeopardy! on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap

You may also like...