Answer These 22 Jeopardy! Questions About Battle Creek and Feel Like the Smartest Person Ever
The first time Alex Trebek gave an answer about Battle Creek on Jeopardy! was November 3, 1988. Since then 22 questions about Battle Creek have appeared on the game show. See how many you can figure out and feel like a Jeopardy! champion.
The outstanding J! Answers site chronicles every answer-and-question the show has ever featured.
Check out the Category and question. Get the answers below.
Will Keith Kellogg was born in this city in 1860.
Sojourner Truth died in her house on College Street in this "cereal" city
A 180-acre bird sanctuary named for this cereal pioneer is adjacent to Gull Lake near Battle Creek, Michigan
The original name of the Kellogg Company included the name of this city, its location
More breakfast cereal is produced in this state's city of Battle Creek than any other place on Earth
This Michigan city is named for the stream on which an 1820s skirmish occurred between 2 surveyors & 2 Indians
Before W.K. Kellogg, C.W. Post was making breakfast cereals in this city
This surgeon served as supervisor of the Adventist Battle Creek Sanitarium & founded Battle Creek College
First settled in 1831, it's not true that this Michigan city was acquired from local Indians for 25 cents & a box top
In 1906 a man with this last name began the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company
On Oct. 6, 1951, this magnate died in Battle Creek, Michigan
Last name of the "flaky" guy born on April 7, 1860 in Battle Creek
Kalamazoo, Michigan shares its airport with this "Cereal City"
Why it was just 2 Saturdays ago we met after services at the Tabernacle of this church in Battle Creek, Mich.
Each June 60,000 visitors are served bowls of cereal in this Michigan city's Cereal City Festival
Battle ____ Indian
In 1894 C.W. Post created his warm cereal drink Postum in this Michigan city
This Michigan city is the former HQ of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church & is home to some famous cereals
The name of this Michigan waterway that meets up with the Kalamazoo River refers to a fight that involved 4 guys
The Cereal Festival, with "The World's Longest Breakfast Table", is an annual event in this Michigan city
This 2-named Michigan city, thought Susan Baldwin, was grrreat! Susan served 4 terms as mayor