Quick Recap & Final Jeopardy – March 1, 2016

Today’s contestants:

Rachel Zoch, a writer and editor from Deer Park, TX
Titi Ala’ilima, a data engineer from Philadelphia, PA
David Bradley, an author from Atlanta, GA (2-day total: $55,000)

Scores going into Final Jeopardy:
Titi $12,400
Rachel $10,700
David $8,200

Final Jeopardy! category: 20TH CENTURY POETS

Final Jeopardy! clue: It was said “his accent which started out as pure American Middle West” became “quite British U”

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Who is T. S. Eliot?



David 8200 – 8200 = 0 (Carl Sandburg)
Rachel 10700 – 6000 = 4700 (Carl Sandburg)
Titi 12400 – 9001 = 3399

From his 1965 New York Times obit:

Eliot’s dress was a model of the London man of business. He wore a bowler and often carried a tightly rolled umbrella. His accent which started out as pure American Middle West did undergo changes, becoming over the years quite British U.

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2 Comments on "Quick Recap & Final Jeopardy – March 1, 2016"

  1. Are you allowed to use pencil and paper to figure your wager?

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