Spoiler Talk: CotD (Mon)
Here’s Monday’s peek at the NY Times Clue of the Day BEFORE the game airs. This clue may be today’s Final Jeopardy! and you can make a prediction on how many players will get this right and/or leave a hint on the right answer.
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10 Clues, Same Category: These old clues come from the category “Lesser-Known Names” which are actually in the clues. The responses are mostly Better-Known Names.
12/15/1992 Round 1
$100: William Rush’s statue of this man in Independence Hall is made of wood, teeth & all
$200: Eliezer Ben Yehudah is known for his 17-volume dictionary of this language, ancient & modern
$300: Pope Lando back in 914 was the last canonical pope to have an original name before this one in 1978
$400: John Scott Harrison was the son & father of these 2 U.S. presidents
$500: This spy helped Guy Burgess & Donald Maclean escape from England on May 26, 1951 show
4/21/1987 Round 1
$100: Most famous son of the man born Alois Schicklgruber in 1837
$200: Malcolm Little
$300: Charles Eugene Boone is better known by this 1st name
$400: Rock & roller Ernest Evans, his stage name is a “twisted” version of Fats Domino’s
$500: While Beverly Hillbillies Jed & Elly May had the last name Clampett, Jethro’s was this show
Today’s Quote: Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame. ~ Benjamin Franklin