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JEOPARDY! Game - January 6, 2004

Contestants

Lisa Cherry, Bird-trainer from Winchester, CA
Chris Serb, Firefighter from Chicago, IL
Tom Walsh, Writer from Washington, D.C. (Returning 1-day champ with $16,100)

JEOPARDY! Round - January 6, 2004

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The number in parentheses preceding the clue denotes the order in which the clue was played.

THE WAR YEARS
SONGS EVERYBODY KNOWS
DOME, SWEET DOME
GIMME AN "S"!
MACHINERY
THE LAST
$200 - Tom

(6) In Indochina:
1957-1975


$200 - Tom

(11) A Santa Cruz, California pub is named for this irritating ditty sung on long journeys


$200 - Tom

(1) (Video) It's the European city you'll visit to see the dome seen here


$200 - Lisa

(14) The right side of a ship


$200 - Tom

(26) In 2002 China unveiled its first homegrown "super" one of these, with 272 gigabytes of RAM


$200 - Tom

(21) Ordered by Texas inmate Stanley Baker Jr., it included 2 16-oz. ribeyes, 2 potatoes & a pint of ice cream


$400 - Tom

(7) In South Africa:
1899-1902


$400 - Chris

(12) The "Pop!" in this children's song may be an old word for pawn, & the song is about pawning all one's possessions


$400 - Chris

(2) The only ruin intentionally left standing in this Japanese city is the A-Bomb Dome


$400 - Chris

(15) You might "promenade left" & "do-si-do" in this style of popular American folk dance


(-$400) - Lisa

(27) Named for a typographical mark, it copied written material using an ink-transfer process


$400 - Tom

(22) "Why me?" Dept.:
In 1973 apprentice plumber Dwight Stone became the last man to enter the U.S. Army this way


$600 - Chris

(8) In the south Atlantic:
1982


$600 - Lisa

(13) Now over a century old, it's the seasonal song heard here


$600 - Tom

(3) Architect Thomas Walter completed the cast-iron dome of this Washington, D.C. building in 1863


$600 - Chris

(18) Until nylon was developed, many parachutes were made out of this natural material


$1000 - Tom

(28) The Jack LaLanne power one of these has surgical blades & a super-sized pulp catcher

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Chris

(23) The Garde Republicaine is France's last of these horse-mounted regiments


$800 - Chris

(9) In France:
1337-1453


$800 - Lisa

(16) Lines added to this song include "She'll be tuggin' on two turtles" & "She'll be pluckin' four fat pheasants"


$800 - Chris

(4) The frescoes that decorate the interior of the dome of this London cathedral are by Sir James Thornhill


$800 - Chris

(19) It's the body of water in the title of the following orchestral favorite


$800 - Chris

(29) Also meaning "to disturb or excite", it's the term for the action of most automatic washing machines


$800 - Triple Stumper

(24) Alaska is home to the USA's last flagstop one of these, which passengers flag down as it approaches


$1000 - Chris

(10) A series of wars in north Africa & around the Mediterranean:
264-146 B.C.


$1000 - Tom

(17) This Italian classic whose title translates as "O My Sun!" dates from 1898


$1000 - Chris

(5) Completed around 691, this Muslim shrine in Jerusalem is also known as the Mosque of Omar


$1000 - Tom

(20) The Red Sea is connected to the Mediterranean Sea by this peninsula


$1000 - Tom

(30) (Video of Jimmy at the Louisville Slugger Museum) Once upon a time, Louisville Sluggers were made by hand, in 30 minutes each. This machine turns them out in 20 seconds


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) The last of the Yahi Indians wouldn't tell his name, so anthropologists called him Ishi, meaning this word


Scores at the first commercial break:
Chris: $5,400
Tom: $1,600
Lisa: $800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $8,200
Tom: $6,400
Lisa: $1,200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - January 6, 2004

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RUSSIAN PAST
TV ROLL CALL
HISTORICAL NOVELS
SEEN IN THE MIDWEST
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A DANE
AN ABBREVIATED CATEGORY
$400 - Tom

(2) In 1812 fleeing Muscovites burned many buildings as his troops marched into Moscow


$400 - Tom

(1) Sharon, Jack, Kelly & Ozzy


$400 - Chris

(10) Norman Mailer's "Ancient Evenings" is set in this country between the reigns of Ramses II & Ramses IX


$400 - Chris

(16) Bronner's Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, MI. has over 500 of these scenes, & one's life-size


$400 - Chris

(21) In 1724 this Dane was sent to explore the water routes between Siberia & North America


$400 - Tom

(26) 29.57 ml., milliliters, equals 1 fl. oz., this


$800 - Chris

(3) In 1703 this city on the Neva River became Russia's first built in imitation of western European cities


$800 - Chris

(4) Cousin Pearl, Mr. Drysdale, Elly May


$800 - Tom

(11) This dueling Vice President was the subject of a 1973 novel by Gore Vidal


$800 - Tom

(17) Liberty, Kansas has restored the site of the first daylight bank robbery by this man's gang


$800 - Tom

(22) This Danish Baroness' best-known work is "Out of Africa"


$800 - Tom

(27) It's abbreviated V.O., & movies that tell coming-of-age stories use a lot of it


(-$1200) - Tom

$1200 - Chris

(8) In 1972 Nixon & Brezhnev signed an agreement to limit nuclear arms after a series of meetings called SALT, or this


$1200 - Chris

(5) Hannibal Smith, Howling Mad Murdock, B.A. Baracus


(-$1200) - Lisa

(13) (Video of Sarah in Alaska) This famed Western writer turned way northwest to write his historical novel, "Sitka"


(-$1200) - Tom

$1200 - Lisa

(18) The Alpine-Alpa Restaurant near Wilmot, Ohio has a 23 1/2-foot-tall one of these timepieces


$1200 - Tom

(23) In 1920 this man became the director of Copenhagen's Institute for Theoretical Physics


$1200 - Tom

(28) MRE is short for these military munchies


$1600 - Lisa

(9) In 1240 Batu & his troops destroyed Kiev & Russia became a part of this empire


$1600 - Tom

(6) Basil, Sybil, Polly, Manuel


$1500 - Tom

(14) Robert Graves wrote this 1934 classic about a Roman Emperor in the form of an autobiographical memoir

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1500


$1600 - Tom

(19) (Video) An Auburn, Indiana museum has over 15 examples of this doozy of a car, including the one seen here


$1600 - Tom

(24) Born in Copenhagen in 1813, this Danish philosopher helped lay the foundation of Existentialism


$1600 - Tom

(29) Found before Albany & Oswego, SUNY stands for this


$2000 - Tom

(12) In 1903 Russia's Socialist Democratic Labor party split into 2 groups: the Bolsheviks & this


$2000 - Lisa

(7) Noah Bain, Alexander Mundy, Alister Mundy


$2000 - Tom

(15) In a 2002 novel this author of the "North and South" trilogy told the history of "Charleston"


(-$2000) - Tom

(20) The Berghoff Restaurant in Chicago displays one of these issued in 1933, bearing the number 1

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 - Chris

(25) Kepler's mentor, this Danish astronomer lost part of his nose in a duel


$2000 - Tom

(30) (Video of Sofia in front of the Goodyear blimp) Each side of the Goodyear blimp displays about 3,800 of these devices, abbreviated LED


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tom: $22,700
Chris: $15,400
Lisa: $4,800


Final JEOPARDY!

ANIMALS
Camelus, the genus name of camels, is also the species name of these birds

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Lisa: $4,800 + $4,000
Chris: $15,400 - $7,301
Tom: $22,700 - $8,100


Final Scores
Tom: $14,600 (2-day total of $30,700)
Lisa: $8,800
Chris: $8,099

Tom: $24,400 (29 right, includes 2 DDs; 3 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Chris: $15,400 (20 right, includes 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Lisa: $4,800 (6 right, includes 1 rebound; 2 wrong)
Total: $44,600

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