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JEOPARDY! Game - February 3, 2004

Contestants

Marianne Henderson, Retired telecommunications executive from Merry Point, VA
Ron Banks, Singer & actor from Costa Mesa, CA
Jeff Kuhn, Attorney from Fairport, NY (Returning 3-day champ with $48,702)

JEOPARDY! Round - February 3, 2004

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

PUERTO RICO
QUOTABLE MOVIES
SUITS ME JUST FINE
THINGS THAT HAPPENED
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
ENDS IN "CH"
$200 - Ron

(26) 80 % of this molasses-based potent potable consumed in the U.S. is imported from Puerto Rico


$200 - Ron

(1) 1941:
"Rosebud ..."


$200 - Jeff

(17) Britney, Christina & Justin were part of the Mickey Mouse one


$200 - Ron

(11) In 622 Muhammad fled this city; in 630 he came back with 10,000 followers & captured it


$200 - Ron

(6) In the 1940s Borden's came up with this companion for Elsie to be the symbol for its new white glue


$200 - Jeff

(16) It can be a king, a queen or a butterfly


(-$400) - Jeff

$400 - Marianne

(27) In 1917 the Second Organic Act, also called the Jones Act, gave this to Puerto Ricans


(-$400) - Jeff

(-$400) - Ron

(2) 2001:
"Good evening, Clarice! Just like old times"


$400 - Ron

(18) Chambers Dictionary says its "sense as a baseball infield area appeared ... in 1875"


$400 - Ron

(12) The opening of this in 1869 cut 4,000 miles & weeks of sailing off trips


(-$400) - Ron

$400 - Jeff

(7) His first appearance on the cover of Mad was in 1956 as a write-in candidate for President


$400 - Marianne

(22) Dishes cooked a la florentine contain this vegetable


$600 - Jeff

(28) Now a popular tourist attraction, El Morro Fortress was built by the Spaniards to guard this city's bay


$600 - Triple Stumper

(3) 1960:
"No novocaine ... it dulls the senses"


$600 - Triple Stumper

(19) Kasper Gutman tells him, "By gad, sir, you're a character"


$600 - Ron

(13) Einhard's "Life of" this Frankish ruler says he almost doubled the size of the realm his father Pepin left him


$600 - Marianne

(8) In 1957 the New York Evening Enquirer expanded its scope & renamed itself this


$600 - Marianne

(23) Nationality that can precede auction, oven & treat


$800 - Marianne

(29) In 1509 he became Puerto Rico's first Governor; 4 years later he sailed for Florida


$800 - Ron

(4) 1967:
"Mrs. Robinson, do you think we could say a few words to each other first this time?"


$800 - Marianne

(20) It gets a 10 on the standard Mohs scale


(-$1000) - Ron

(14) It was under this Czar that Russia went on the Julian calendar used in the west; he liked western stuff

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$800 - Jeff

(9) Unhappy with the quality of these, Dr. Amar Bose designed his own & formed a company to sell them


$800 - Ron

(24) It's what Canadians call Bigfoot, eh?


$1000 - Marianne

(30) In June musicians take part in a festival honoring this cellist who lived there the last 17 years of his life


$1000 - Jeff

(5) 1989:
"Where does he get those wonderful toys?"


$1000 - Marianne

(21) It's a synonym for core or center


$1000 - Marianne

(15) He was the junker, or landowner, whom Prussia's Wilhelm I chose to be his Prime Minister in 1862


$1000 - Ron

(10) Milan company known for its tires & sexy calendars


$1000 - Ron

(25) Derived from Yiddish, it means to complain, with a little whining thrown in for good measure


Scores at the first commercial break:
Jeff: $1,800
Ron: $1,600
Marianne: $600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Marianne: $6,600
Ron: $4,000
Jeff: $2,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - February 3, 2004

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ELEMENT"S"
AMERICAN SONGS
NAMES IN STATES
BOXING
LOSING, LOSING & MORE LOSING
THAT'S THE STORY OF MY LIFE
(-$400) - Jeff

$400 - Ron

(13) The Comstock lode on Mt. Davidson in western Nevada was the richest find of this element in the U.S.


(-$400) - Jeff

(6) In 1986 Johnny Cash recorded a religious song called this, the opposite of his nickname


$400 - Marianne

(8) Friar with an everlasting name in the Bluegrass State


$400 - Jeff

(1) (Video of Sarah at Gleason's Gym in New York)
This great champ, who trained at Gleason's Gym, invented the rope-a-dope technique to tire his opponents


$400 - Ron

(26) For losing 3 pairs of these, the 3 little kittens temporarily lost pie privileges in a Mother Goose rhyme


$400 - Marianne

(21) A thespian:
"Kate Remembered"


$800 - Ron

(14) Baking soda, salt & lye all contain this element


$800 - Jeff

(7) (Video) Hi, I'm Richie MacDonald. They say this is good news, but not in my band Lonestar's No. 1 song with this title


$800 - Jeff

(9) Trumpeter Armstrong, who could be found in a Gulf state


$800 - Jeff

(2) After a knockdown during a match, the standing boxer must retire to one of these


$800 - Jeff

(27) This football team from New York state lost 4 straight Super Bowls


$800 - Marianne

(22) A comedienne:
"Ball of Fire"


(-$1200) - Ron

(15) Plants absorb its isotope 90 generated by nuclear fallout


$1200 - Ron

(18) The song "On the Beach at" this place, which became a stateside standard, was first published in Honolulu in 1915


$1200 - Ron

(10) The Woolf is at the door as this stately name


$1200 - Ron

(3) (Video of Cheryl at Gleason's Gym in New York)
From the Middle English for "thrust," it's the term used for practice fighting


$1200 - Ron

(28) 1 of the 3 losing numbers on a first roll in craps


$1200 - Ron

(23) An athlete:
"It's Not About the Bike"


(-$1600) - Ron

$1600 - Marianne

(16) Element No. 16, it's used in vulcanization


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(19) Undistinguished Congressman Joseph Hopkinson is remembered for writing "Hail" this, now the VP's intro music


(-$1600) - Ron

$1600 - Jeff

(11) The Everglades & this first name of "Tank Girl" Petty are found in the Sunshine State


$1600 - Ron

(4) By setting many of the rules still used today, the 8th Marquess of this turned boxing from fisticuffs into an art form


$2000 - Ron

(29) In Genesis he loses one garment to his brothers & another to Potiphar's wife

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) A President:
"Fortunate Son"


$2000 - Marianne

(17) It was named for the moon, as it was found with tellurium which was named for the Earth

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) In this 1938 song the title line is followed by "Where you're terrific if you're even good"


$2000 - Ron

(12) German actress & drama coach Hagen who's hangin' around a western state


$2000 - Ron

(5) (Video of Cheryl at Gleason's Gym in New York)
The subject of the film "Raging Bull," this Gleason's Gym trainee held the middleweight title from 1949 to 1951


$2000 - Marianne

(30) It's an atom that can become electrically charged by losing one or more electrons


$2000 - Marianne

(25) An impresario:
"The Colonel"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Marianne: $15,800
Ron: $14,800
Jeff: $6,800


Final JEOPARDY!

ARBOREAL MAMMALS
Of the Genus Phascolarctos, it's 21-33" tall with a stout gray or brown body, a big, round nose & strong claws

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jeff: $6,800 - $4,000
Ron: $14,800 - $14,500
Marianne: $15,800 - $1,999


Final Scores
Marianne: $13,801
Jeff: $2,800
Ron: $300

Marianne: $15,800 (16 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 0 wrong)
Ron: $15,400 (23 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 6 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Jeff: $6,800 (12 right, includes 2 rebounds; 4 wrong)
Total: $38,000

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