8 Jeopardy! Clues July 6, 2017

Here are 3 triple stumpers from the 7-6-2017 Jeopardy! match.

CONFUCIUS SAID ($600) “The 300 poems are summed up in the one line: Think no _____

FROM THE LATIN ($1000) From the Latin for “to fall” comes this object of medical students’ attention

BRIT LIT ($400) This 18th c. Scotsman is famed for his diaries as well as for his biography of Samuel Johnson

The players got all these clues in LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU:

($400) You’re having a party? Let me do this job and my 4-deck mixing skills will fill the dance floor

($800) I’ll do this, tap dance without metal taps

($1200) How about my impression of this actor; I’ll be sure to say “pilgrim” like he does in McLintock

($1600) Take a seat for my display of magic using the simple & ancient combination of cup and this

($2000) I finally mastered Ian Masterson’s flute part on this art rock band’s
“Thick as a Brick”

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