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JEOPARDY! Game - January 20, 2004

Contestants

Matt Lohr, Bookseller from Orange, CA
Kate Charron, Courier from Burlington, VT
Frank Amanat, Attorney from South Orange, NJ (Returning 3-day champ with $55,900)

JEOPARDY! Round - January 20, 2004

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

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH
THE 2nd MRS.
IT'S A DATE!
LAKES & RIVERS
DON'T DO THE CRIME
STARTS & ENDS WITH "A"
$200 - Kate

(2) Before becoming President, W served this many terms as Governor of Texas


$200 - Frank

(12) Tom Cruise


$200 - Frank

(3) St. Patrick's Day & the feast of Joseph of Arimathea are both celebrated on this date


$200 - Matt

(1) Famous for its monster, it forms part of the Caledonian Canal


$200 - Matt

(21) In Wyoming, this crime is fourth degree when property worth less than $200 is purposely burned


(-$200) - Kate

$200 - Frank

(13) From the Greek for "forgetfulness", it's a partial or total loss of memory


$400 - Frank

(20) George W. Bush was born in this state while his father was in college there


$400 - Matt

(16) Billy Joel


$400 - Kate

(8) On this date in 1929, 7 members of the Bugs Moran gang were massacred in Chicago


$400 - Matt

(4) In Israel the area where this river exits the Sea of Galilee is considered holy


$400 - Frank

(26) If the guy hired to throw unruly people out of bars writes a bad check, he's doubly one of these


$400 - Frank

(14) Polynomials & coefficients are used in this branch of math


$600 - Kate

(24) Now working for W, this Wyomingite was President George H.W. Bush's Secretary of Defense


(-$600) - Kate

$600 - Matt

(17) Nicolas Cage


$600 - Kate

(9) Unless you receive an extension it's the usual due date for filing your form 1040


(-$500) - Matt

(5) About halfway along its course from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario, it falls 167 feet

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $500


$600 - Frank

(27) Term for a person who conceals himself on a ship to avoid paying for the passage


$600 - Kate

(15) It's a solo vocal piece in an opera


$800 - Frank

(25) At one time, W was the managing general partner of this baseball team


$800 - Kate

(18) Will Smith


$800 - Kate

(10) Featuring parades, dances & lots of music, the biggest Mexican celebration in the U.S. occurs on this date


$800 - Frank

(6) It's the largest body of fresh water entirely within the U.S.


$800 - Kate

(28) This phrase refers to an auto accident in which the driver probably at fault fails to stay & identify himself


$800 - Matt

(22) It's the food of the gods


(-$1000) - Frank

(29) W is the first candidate since this man in 1888 to win the electoral vote & Presidency while losing the popular vote


(-$1000) - Kate

(19) Tommy Lee


$1000 - Matt

(11) George Washington planned his Delaware crossing for this date in 1776, during a silent night


(-$1000) - Kate

$1000 - Matt

(7) After the Yukon, it's the longest river in the western hemisphere to "roll on" into the Pacific


(-$1000) - Matt

(-$1000) - Frank

(-$1000) - Kate

(30) From the Middle English for "to wander", it's the crime of a person without home or money wandering idly in public


$1000 - Kate

(23) (Video) The fleece of this mammal seen here can be used for wool


Scores at the first commercial break:
Matt: $2,100
Frank: $1,800
Kate: $1,400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Matt: $3,100
Kate: $2,000
Frank: $2,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - January 20, 2004

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ARCHITECTURE TERMS
POP LIT
THE ARABS
QUE SARAH, SARAH
SEEING THE FUTURE
QUESTIONS IN THE FORM OF A PHRASE
$400 - Triple Stumper

(13) Miss this term for the main body of a church & it sounds like you don't know jack


$400 - Matt

(12) In a 1964 hit , The Reflections sang, "Our love's gonna be written down in history a-just like" these Shakespeare teens


$400 - Frank

(1) Arab forces conquered this Syrian capital in the 1600s, the 1100s & 1918


$400 - Matt

(7) Sarah Josepha Hale wrote "Mary Had a Little Lamb" & advocated making this November day a national holiday


$400 - Kate

(17) M & Y Trading Co. of San Francisco prints almost all the little slips of paper put in these in the U.S.


$400 - Kate

(6) This expression relates to a boxer who's being counted out when the round mercifully ends


(-$800) - Frank

(-$800) - Matt

(14) (Video) The Philadelphia Museum of Art was designed as a vast temple in this style inspired by antiquity


$800 - Kate

(18) Jackson Browne got the title "Tender is the Night" from this author


$800 - Frank

(2) The First Gulf War caused a rift in this organization of which Iraq was 1 of 7 founding members in 1945


$800 - Kate

(8) In the tradition of "The Little Engine That Could", this Royal wrote about a little helicopter named Budgie


$800 - Triple Stumper

(22) At the beginning of a tarot card reading, the subject should do this with his left hand


$800 - Matt

(26) This phrase for a move from poverty to wealth provides the title for a book about Horatio Alger


(-$1200) - Frank

$1200 - Matt

(15) This low wall on the top of a castle may feature crenellation


$1200 - Kate

(19) Their No. 1 duet "Islands in the Stream" shares its name with a Hemingway title


$1200 - Matt

(3) (Video) Seen here is the name of this Persian Gulf country. It begins with the Arabic "Q" that requires no "U"


$1200 - Kate

(9) Her discography includes 1946's "The Divine Sarah" & 1956's "Sassy"


(-$1200) - Matt

$1200 - Kate

(23) The 3 main lines on your palm are usually designated life, head & this


$1200 - Kate

(28) (Video of Jimmy in Alaska) Often a bear, the base of the pole is the strongest position, so this English expression is inaccurate


$1600 - Frank

(16) Along with Tuscan, Ionic, Corinthian & Composite, it's the 5th of the orders in ancient architecture


$1600 - Kate

(20) Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A." was inspired by this memoir of Vietnam by Ron Kovic


$1600 - Frank

(4) A traditional industry in Bahrain is building dhows, which are these


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(10) She was the first woman to conduct at the Metropolitan Opera in New York


(-$2000) - Kate

(24) In 1886 a newspaper dubbed this Pennsylvania resident the "Seer of Seers" & "Weather Prophet Extraordinary"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Matt

(29) Experimentation by testing method after method, eliminating the faulty ones


$2000 - Kate

(27) The construction technique of vertical posts & crosspieces is called "post & lintel" or "post &" this


$2000 - Matt

(21) The title of Elton John's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" refers to a path created by this author


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(5) The term for divinely revealed law in Islam, it's the basis of the legal system in much of Arabia


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(11) "The Country of the Pointed Firs", about life in a Maine seaport, is her masterpiece


$2000 - Kate

(25) From the French for "clear seeing", it's a person who may see the future


$4000 - Matt

(30) The last 4 words Blanche speaks in "A Streetcar Named Desire" make up this famous phrase

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $4000


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Kate: $12,800
Matt: $12,700
Frank: $4,400


Final JEOPARDY!

THE 3rd CENTURY
Challenging the election of Calixtus in 217, Hippolytus declared himself the first one of these

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Frank: $4,400 - $0
Matt: $12,700 - $8,000
Kate: $12,800 - $0


Final Scores
Kate: $12,800
Matt: $4,700
Frank: $4,400

Kate: $14,800 (20 right, includes 1 rebound; 6 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Matt: $11,200 (16 right, includes 1 DD & 3 rebounds; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Frank: $4,400 (13 right, includes 1 rebound; 4 wrong)
Total: $30,400

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