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JEOPARDY! Game - January 29, 2004

Contestants

Caroline Cross, Administrative assistant from Bayside, NY
Jeffrey Kuhn, Attorney from Fairport, NY
LiLi Williams, Wife and mother from Antelope, CA (Returning 2-day champ with $15,400)

JEOPARDY! Round - January 29, 2004

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

STATE YOUR NAME

50th ANNIVERSARY
HEADWEAR
BOOK MARKS
DAY-OFF ACTIVITIES
"OCK" DU LIEBER
$200 - Jeff

(12) The names Colorado & Tennessee were applied to these physical features before they were applied to states


$200 - Caroline

(11) (Video) He still had an amazing career ahead of him when he made the cover as Sportsman of the Year for 1982


$200 - LiLi

(21) Mobcaps & football helmets are held on by these


$200 - Caroline

(1) "On the Rim" is Mark Neumann's history of this Arizona landmark


$200 - Jeff

(26) If you're into rum, pick up a bottle at the liquor store; if you're into rummy, pick up a pack of these, too


$200 - LiLi

(6) Fred Flintstone's hometown


$400 - Caroline

(17) The sylvania in Pennsylvania refers to these


$400 - Jeff

(13) In January 1964 the first annual of these issues hit the stands; it was shot in Cozumel


$400 - LiLi

(22) Of low, medium or high, the crown on a Stetson ten-gallon hat


$400 - Jeff

(2) Jonathan Mark collaborated with this sex therapist on "Heavenly Sex: Sexuality in the Jewish Tradition"


$400 - Jeff

(27) In this simulation of military combat, teams fire color-filled pellets that splatter on contact


$400 - LiLi

(7) A dialect from the East End of London


$600 - Jeff

(18) Its name may be from a Dutch name or a Greek colossus site


$600 - LiLi

(14) (Video) In 1956, it was the year of this slugger, seen here


$600 - Jeff

(23) A large one decorates doors at Christmas; a small one decorates the heads of honorees


$600 - Jeff

(3) Mark Leyner wrote the humorous novel "My Cousin, My" this doctor who specializes in digestive disorders


$600 - Caroline

(28) If you have hatha mind to do this, there's a studio near you that'll have you bending & breathing right


$600 - Jeff

(8) This bird known for its mimicry is the state bird of 5 southern U.S. states


$1000 - Jeff

(19) Maine's name came from this longer English word used to distinguish it from the nearby isles

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$800 - LiLi

(15) After breaking the 4-minute mile, he wrote an article for Sports Illustrated on "The Joy of Running"


$800 - LiLi

(24) De rigueur wear for schussers & bank robbers


$800 - Caroline

(4) Joseph Hopkins Twichell was this author's companion during the trip that produced "A Tramp Abroad"


$800 - Triple Stumper

(29) According to the "Chambers Book of Facts", this activity involves hand, leg & voice instruction & maybe a whip


$800 - Jeff

(9) An ankle-length garment worn by a priest


$1000 - Caroline

(20) Montana was named for its mountains & this state was named for some "snow-covered" mountains


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(16) (Video) After winning at Wimbledon in 1974, these 2 athletes shared the cover seen here


$1000 - Caroline

(25) When Lulu graduated from stripper school, her mortarboard had 2 of these


$1000 - LiLi

(5) Joan T. Mark's biography of this woman is subtitled "Coming of Age in America"


(-$1000) - Caroline

$1000 - Jeff

(30) Be careful when someone asks you to join him in this; it can be converting fibers into yarn or a gym class


(-$1000) - Jeff

(10) A mythological serpent that hatches from an egg


Scores at the first commercial break:
LiLi: $3,000
Jeff: $2,000
Caroline: $1,200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Jeff: $5,800
LiLi: $4,400
Caroline: $3,200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - January 29, 2004

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HOLY TOLEDO
COMPLETES THE FILM TITLE
CHEESES
YOU BETTER KNOW SOME SCIENCE
THAT'S MY NICKNAME, DON'T WEAR IT OUT
A DICTIONARY OF FOREIGN WORDS
$400 - LiLi

(17) (Video of Sarah in Toledo, Spain)
Cristo de la Luz was originally a mosque built by these people who took Toledo in 712


$400 - Jeff

(11) 1930:
"All Quiet ..."


$400 - Caroline

(6) Mozzarella should be this color


$400 - Caroline

(16) For the promotion of the mechanical arts, the Franklin Institute was chartered in this city in 1824


$400 - LiLi

(22) This teenage temptress was "The Long Island Lolita"


$400 - Caroline

(1) A ceremonial candelabrum, this word means "lamp stand" in Hebrew


$800 - Caroline

(26) Toledo has been famous for making these weapons since it was a Roman city


$800 - Triple Stumper

(12) 1958:
"I Married a Monster from ..."


$800 - Caroline

(7) Roquefort is a good bet as the marquee ingredient in this dressing


(-$800) - Caroline

(18) It was an atom of this element that Otto Hahn split in 1938


$800 - LiLI

(23) Deposed in 1979, this African dictator was the "Big Daddy" of his nation


$800 - Jeff

(2) This term for those with recently acquired wealth is literally French for "new rich"


$1200 - Jeff

(27) (Video of Sofia in Toledo, Spain)
The Alcazar was an icon of this ruling group, because in 1936 it held off a Republican siege for 2 months


$1200 - LiLi

(13) 1956:
"Invasion of the ..."


$1200 - Caroline

(8) Kraft Cracker Barrel is this type of cheese


$1200 - Jeff

(19) Called the most energetic form of electromagnetic radiation, it had a Bruce Banner year on film in 2003


$1200 - LiLi

(24) With 80 credited kills, this deadly German ace of World War I more than earned his nickname "The Red Baron"


(-$1200) - Jeff

$1200 - Caroline

(3) From a word meaning "bull", it's the Spanish word for a bullfighter


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) (Video) Called El Greco's masterpiece, the painting titled this event of the Count of Orgaz is in the Chapel of Santo Tomé


(-$1600) - Jeff

(-$1600) - Caroline

(-$1600) - LiLi

(14) 1979:
"Buck Rogers in ..."


$1200 - Caroline

(9) Mascarpone is the cheese used to layer this Italian-named sponge-cake dessert

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(20) A device known as a rectifier makes this electrical conversion


$1600 - Caroline

(25) Known as "The Queen of Mean", this hotel owner served time for tax evasion in the 1990s


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(4) It's the Mafia's code of silence


(-$2000) - Jeff

(30) (Video of Jimmy in Toledo, Spain)
When they were done sacking Rome, these Germanic people came to Spain and made Toledo their capital


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(15) 1975:
"W.W. and the ..."


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(10) Fonduta, an Italian version of fondue, is traditionally made with this Italian cheese


$1000 - Jeff

(21) Java Man & Peking Man are examples of this guy who stands between Australopithecus & Homo Sapiens

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(28) Grin & bear it as you tell us the name of this movie producer nicknamed "Cubby"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(5) A group of citizens assembled to aid law enforcement, this 2-word term means "force of the county" in Latin


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Caroline: $8,800
LiLi: $6,800
Jeff: $5,600


Final JEOPARDY!

MYTHOLOGY
They were the 2 parents of a son who ended up half man, half woman

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jeff: $5,600 + $2,500
LiLi: $6,800 - $6,800
Caroline: $8,800 - $4,900


Final Scores
Jeff: $8,100
Caroline: $3,900
LiLi: $0

Caroline: $9,200 (16 right, including 1 DD & 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
LiLi: $6,800 (13 right; 1 wrong)
Jeff: $6,400 (17 right, including 2 DDs & 1 rebound; 4 wrong)
Total: $22,400

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