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JEOPARDY! Game - January 22, 2004

Contestants

Margaret Meehan, Medical records supervisor from Brick, NJ
Barry McKnight, Sportscaster from Auburn, AL
Clinton Reese, Student from West Lafayette, IN (Returning 1-day champ with $39,000)

JEOPARDY! Round - January 22, 2004

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

WRITERS ON CAPE COD
CELEBRITY RELATIVES
THEY NAMED IT FOR ME
TAKE IN ORDER
'60s STUFF
GIVE "P"s A CHANCE
$200 - Clinton

(26) (Video of Sofia
on Cape Cod)

In the years after leaving Walden Pond, he made 4 walking trips to Cape Cod, wishing to get a better view of the ocean


$200 - Barry

(16) His father Shirley Povich was one of the greatest sportswriters of the 20th century


$200 - Barry

(11) His big wheel built for the 1893 Expo in Chicago & used at the 1904 Expo in St. Louis was then sold for scrap


$200 - Margaret

(21) By definition, crudites are vegetables served this way


$200 - Barry

(6) In 1967 this company bought Burger King for a lot of dough, boy


$200 - Margaret

(1) On his last of 3 live appearances on "The Ed Sullivan Show", he was only shown from the waist up


$400 - Margaret

(27) This "Breakfast of Champions" author once put breakfast on the table by selling Saabs on Cape Cod


$400 - Margaret

(17) The family tree of actress Leelee Sobieski includes Jan Sobieski, a 17th century king of this country


$400 - Barry

(12) She left her mark on Louis XV & her name on a big hair style


$400 - Barry

(22) Egypt's hawk-headed sun god


$400 - Barry

(7) Photographer Linda Eastman hooked up with this rock star in 1967 & married him 2 years later


$400 - Clinton

(2) You might need "jacks or better" to open when playing this game


$600 - Barry

(28) (Video of Jimmy
on Cape Cod)

Though part of it was written in one of these Cape Cod dune shacks, his 1957 work "On the Road" begins and ends in New York City


$600 - Triple Stumper

(18) This actor from "Twin Peaks" & Sex & the City" claims to be a direct descendant of Johann Sebastian Bach


$600 - Margaret

(13) A territory in Africa & a scholarship at Oxford have borne this businessman's name


$600 - Barry

(23) Speaking familially, the opposite of bro


(-$600) - Barry

$600 - Margaret

(8) A soup can Andy Warhol exhibited in 1960 was Campbell's this, of the genus Lycopersicon, & rice


$600 - Margaret

(3) Since 1954, the Blue Angels' home base has been this Florida Naval air station known as the "Annapolis of the Air"


(-$800) - Barry

$800 - Margaret

(29) This 4-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright launched his career with the Provincetown Players


$800 - Barry

(19) She got her first big break playing Connie in "The Godfather", directed by her brother Francis Ford Coppola


$1000 - Margaret

(14) Last name of John & Henry, who leased the land for a Louisville racetrack to their nephew

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$800 - Barry

(24) Oops, "I fall down, go" this


$800 - Barry

(9) Popular fashions in 1967 included the Sgt. Pepper satin uniform look & jackets named for this ex-Indian Prime Minister


$800 - Clinton

(4) Ceramic name for the type of enamel used in bathroom fixtures


$1000 - Clinton

(30) In January 2003 Provincetown proclaimed this "Naked and the Dead" author's day, in honor of his 80th birthday


$1000 - Clinton

(20) Dancer Martha Graham was a descendant of this colonist whose "courtship" was the subject of a famous poem


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(15) Though famous for his red-shirted followers, he has an orange fish named for him


$1000 - Margaret

(25) In 2003 Playtex introduced 1/2 sizes to this product


$1000 - Margaret

(10) Comic artist who created the famous "Keep on trucking" cartoon


$1000 - Barry

(5) A verb & the words modifying it make up this syntactic unit that's part of a complete sentence


Scores at the first commercial break:
Margaret: $4,000
Barry: $2,400
Clinton: $1,200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Margaret: $6,800
Barry: $5,000
Clinton: $3,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - January 22, 2004

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THE HIMALAYAS
SPORTS NUMBERS
BOTANY
WHAT DAY OF THE WEEK WAS IT?
PEOPLE IN SONG
FROM THE GREEK
$400 - Barry

(16) In 1951 British explorer Eric Shipton took photos of what were reported to be the footprints of this creature


$400 - Barry

(6) Number in the name of a Florida auto race first run on February 22, 1959


$400 - Clinton

(26) This green plant pigment was first produced in the laboratory by Robert Woodward in 1960


$400 - Margaret

(11) (Video) March 31, 2002, seen here


$400 - Margaret

(1) Pam Tillis asked us to "Call me" this woman, "'cause I'm the queen of denial"


$400 - Margaret

(17) Before you ask for mine, you should know it's from the Greek for "self written"


(-$800) - Barry

(22) This pack animal is also called the grunting ox because of its grunts of protests when it is overloaded


$800 - Margaret

(7) A period of regulation play in the National Hockey League lasts this many minutes


(-$800) - Barry

$800 - Clinton

(27) Of tulips, carnations or dahlias, the one not grown from bulbs


$800 - Margaret

(12) November 3, 1992,
November 5, 1996,
& November 7, 2000


$800 - Margaret

(2) Eminem compared himself & his daughter to this gangster duo of the 1930s


$800 - Barry

(18) In church, & on a chess board, it's from the Greek for "overseer"


$1200 - Barry

(23) This peak in the Karakoram Range is the second-highest in the Himalayas


$1200 - Clinton

(8) (Video) I'm NFL wide receiver Troy Brown. I'm happy to say that a defensive back can only bump me until I'm this far from the line of scrimmage


$1200 - Margaret

(28) The "L" attached to the names of numerous plants refers to this 18th century botanist


$1200 - Clinton

(13) (Video) October 27, 2001, and another sea of red, seen here


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(3) A big band number said this man "sailed the sea without a compass, when his men began a rumpus"


$1200 - Margaret

(19) This liquid part of the blood derives its name from the Greek for something molded or formed


$2000 - Barry

(24) Pilgrims from all parts of central Asia journey to Tibet to Mount Kailas, which is sacred to these 2 religions

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Clinton

(9) If you strike out & double in 2 Major League at bats, your batting average is .500 & your slugging average is this


(-$100) - Margaret

(29) Also known as ling, this low evergreen shrub grows in the moors of Britain & is found in peat bogs

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $100


(-$1600) - Barry

$1600 - Margaret

(14) April 14, 1865


$1600 - Margaret

(4) Don McLean's musical tribute to this man begins, "Starry starry night"


(-$1600) - Clinton

(-$1600) - Barry

(20) From the Greek for "color", it means pertaining to color, or to a musical scale that's been modified


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) This river, Pakistan's longest, rises in Tibet & then flows through the Himalayas on its way to the sea


$2000 - Clinton

(10) Minimum number of points you must win to win a set in tennis


$2000 - Barry

(30) It's the carbohydrate found in fruits used to jell various foods


(-$2000) - Barry

(-$2000) - Clinton

$2000 - Margaret

(15) October 19, 1987, a "black" day for Wall Street


$2000 - Margaret

(5) The Beatles' "I'm So Tired" says, "I'll have another cigarette and curse" this man who died in 1618


(-$2000) - Barry

$2000 - Clinton

(21) A battery of tests will tell you this element's name is from the Greek for "stony"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Margaret: $19,900 (Lock game)
Clinton: $9,000
Barry: $3,000


Final JEOPARDY!

TECHNOLOGY FIRSTS
(Video) In 1923 the Zeiss unit seen here was placed under a dome to create the first modern one of these

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Barry: $3,000 - $3,000
Clinton: $9,000 - $2,900
Margaret: $19,900 + $900


Final Scores
Margaret: $20,800
Clinton: $6,100
Barry: $0

Margaret: $19,800 (23 right, includes 1 DD & 4 rebounds; 1 wrong, a DD)
Clinton: $9,000 (12 right, includes 2 rebounds; 2 wrong)
Barry: $2,600 (18 right, includes 1 DD ; 8 wrong)
Total: $31,400

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