11 Jeopardy! Clues: May 4, 2016

Here are 11 triple stumpers from the 5-4-2016 Jeopardy! match (3rd quarter-final of the 2016 Teachers Tournament). The Scrambled Egg-Layers category were anagrams. Better hints would have helped out there.

IN THE D.C. AREA ($1000) 82-acre President’s Park is home each December to this tall attraction

TOYS ($1000) It get its lift in flight from the airfoil at its outer edge that’s known at the Morrison slope

($600) Soaring high: solar tabs

($800) Busy little breed: him grin dumb

($100) Surf’s up for this one: spread pin

WE LOVE YOU, MOM! ($400) Her song “The Best Day” is a love letter to her mom Andrea, who presented her with the ACM Milestone Award in 2015

U.S. GEOGRAPHY ($1200) Once called Derryfield, this largest New Hampshire city was renamed in 1810 for a British city

ROMAN AROUND ($1200) Transalpine Gaul was “Gaul across the Alps”; this Gaul was “Gaul on the near side of the Alps”

($800) As commandant of a World War I internment camp, Jung took prisoners but not sides

($1200) It’s the opposite of simple: Jung first used this word for a cluster of emotionally charged thoughts in 1907

($2000) If you passed your “A.P.” classes, you know that Jung founded this school of study of the human mind

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