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JEOPARDY! Game - February 4, 2004

Contestants

Kim McShane, Freelance business writer from Tallahassee, FL
David Johnston, Radiological technician from Harahan, LA
Marianne Henderson, Retired telecommunications executive from Merry Point, VA (Returning 1-day champ with $13,801)

JEOPARDY! Round - February 4, 2004

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

ANIMAL LORE
CITY FOLKS
BACH, BEETHOVEN OR BRAHMS
LETHAL WEAPONS
JULIUS
5-LETTER WORDS
$200 - Marianne

(26) The Inuit call it Nanuk & say it can take off its fur & enter an igloo as a man


$200 - David

(10) Her 1860 "Notes on Nursing" was the first textbook for nurses


$200 - Kim

(1) His last words reportedly were "I shall hear in heaven"


$200 - David

(7) Also called a scattergun, this smooth-bored weapon is designed to shoot at short ranges


(-$200) - Marianne

$200 - David

(21) You bet your life he was born Julius Henry Marx


$200 - Marianne

(3) In a song title it precedes "Rattle and Roll"


$400 - Triple Stumper

(27) Native Americans called it "night eagle" & often dreamed about it


$400 - Kim

(14) He's the city singer shining in the following:
Lyrics: "Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy ..."


$400 - Kim

(2) He fathered 20 children


$400 - Kim

(8) This large knife bears the name of a man who died at the Alamo


$400 - David

(22) Dairy Queen owns this drink created by Julius Freed back in 1926


$400 - Kim

(4) It's a horse race for 3-year-olds, or the stiff hat with a rounded crown that you might wear there


$600 - David

(28) Encyclopedias tell us that this ability of the porcupine is a myth, so you're safe at a distance


(-$600) - David

$600 - Marianne

(15) In 1911 he established his reputation as a songwriter with "Alexander's Ragtime Band"


$600 - Kim

(16) His death marked the end of the Baroque Period


$600 - Kim

(11) These weapons are divided into "dumb" ones, which just use gravity, & "smart" ones, which are guided


$2000 - David

(23) Sears president Julius Rosenwald donated millions to found this city's Museum of Science & Industry

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$600 - Kim

(5) Trivial or worthless, or singer-guitarist Tom


$800 - David

(29) A camel's hump stores not water but this, & if the camel starves the hump may slip off to the side


$800 - Kim

(17) River's brother, this co-star of "Gladiator" once went by the first name Leaf


$800 - Kim

(19) He originally dedicated his third symphony to Napoleon


$800 - David

(12) A combination of naphthenic & palmitic acids resulting in a flammable substance


$800 - Kim

(24) "Hence! Home you idle creatures, get you home" is its first line


$800 - David

(6) Kaasdoop is a Dutch version of fondue, made with this kind of cheese


(-$1000) - Marianne

$1000 - David

(30) (Video) In Indian legend, the Aquinnah Cliffs' red is the blood of these mammals which a giant caught in the sea and ate


(-$1000) - David

(18) This humorist & animal rights activist wrote the bestseller "The Cat and the Curmudgeon"


$1000 - Marianne

(20) The only one of the 3 who could have met Teddy Roosevelt


$1000 - David

(13) Taking the first part of its name from the Dutch for thunder, it was a type of old-fashioned musket


$1000 - David

(25) The "J." in the name of this director of the A-bomb project at Los Alamos was short for, you guessed it, Julius


(-$1000) - Kim

(9) It's a Japanese form of fencing using bamboo swords


Scores at the first commercial break:
David: $2,400
Kim: $2,000
Marianne: $800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
David: $7,400
Kim: $5,000
Marianne: $800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - February 4, 2004

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QUEENS OF ENGLAND
BUILDING WOOD
DOUBLE TALK
IOWA
FULL "MOON"
WHERE WOLF?
$400 - David

(1) In 1559 she signed the Act of Supremacy establishing the monarch as head of the Chirch of England


$400 - David

(21) End-matched lumber has ends that are tongue & this


$400 - Kim

(16) It means neither very good nor very bad; with "and" in the middle, it means someone you may think is very bad


$400 - Kim

(30) This "yummy" red apple, the USA's top seller, was developed in the 1880s in Jesse Hiatt's orchard near East Peru


$400 - Kim

(11) Mercer & Mancini composed this 1961 classic


$400 - David

(6) Wolf Blitzer reports the latest news for this network


$800 - Marianne

(2) Because her husband took an active role in the management of her affairs, some called her "Queen Albertine"


(-$800) - Kim

$800 - David

(22) This softwood may be clear, jack, white, sugar or ponderosa


$800 - Kim

(17) This term for something flashy, like jewelry, has recently gained currency


$800 - Kim

(26) Each May since 1935 the town of Pella has celebrated its heritage from this country with its Tulip Time Festival


$800 - Kim

(12) She was, like totally, featured in the Top 40 hit "Valley Girl"


(-$800) - Kim

$800 - David

(7) Wolf, Bobcat & Bear are ranks in this youth organization


$1200 - Marianne

(3) In 1137, at the age of 15, she inherited the independent state of Aquitaine from her father William X


$1200 - Marianne

(23) You'll smile big if you know this 4-letter word for a long, thick piece of lumber used to support a roof


$1200 - Marianne

(18) It can precede "O'Riley" & "Au rhum" as well as "Wawa"


(-$6000) - Kim

(27) With a circulation of over 150,000, this capital city newspaper is Iowa's largest daily

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $6000


$1200 - David

(13) 1980s odd job for Bruce Willis & Cybill Shepherd


$1200 - David

(8) If you're looking for Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, head to this capital where he died & is buried (somewhere)


$1600 - David

(4) On Feb. 12, 1554 this 9-day queen & her husband were beheaded for their involvement in Wyatt's Rebellion


$1600 - David

(24) a/d denotes air-dried wood; k/d indicates this


$1600 - Kim

(19) This Asian-sounding breath freshener was developed in Rochester, N.Y. in the late 1800s


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) Republican Chuck Grassley has represented Iowa in the U.S. Senate since 1981; this Democrat, since 1985


(-$1600) - Kim

$1600 - David

(14) Jim Carrey played Andy Kaufman in this 1999 biopic


(-$1600) - David

(9) Climb aboard! He's the captain of the Ghost in a 1904 Jack London story


$2400 - David

(5) Queen Anne was the last member of this British House that included James I & Charles II

DALY DOUBLE WAGER $2400


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) This standard measure of lumber equals 144 cubic inches or 1x12x12 inches


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) The "Macbeth" witches' recipe calls for nose of Turk & lips of this fierce Asiatic type of person


$2000 - David

(28) In 1673 these 2 Frenchmen, one a priest, became the first whites to set foot in what is now Iowa


$2000 - David

(15) This 1987 movie comedy begins with Dean Martin's 1953 hit "That's Amore"


$2000 - Marianne

(10) You can also look under the name of wolfram to find this metallic chemical element


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
David: $22,200 (Lock game)
Marianne: $7,200
Kim: $1,000


Final JEOPARDY!

TV PERSONALITIES
In 1994 his alma mater, Sam Houston State University, named its Journalism & Comm. Building in his honor

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Kim: $1,000 - $900
Marianne: $7,200 - $0
David: $22,200 + $1,200


Final Scores
David: $23,400
Marianne: $7,200
Kim: $100

David: $20,400 (25 right, includes 2 DDs & 5 rebounds; 2 wrong)
Marianne: $7,200 (9 right, includes 1 rebound; 2 wrong)
Kim: $7,000 (18 right; 5 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $34,600

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