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JEOPARDY! Game - February 5, 2004

Contestants

John Maloy, Legal assistant from New York, NY
Cynthia Dvorak, Facilities manager from Chicago, IL
David Johnston, Radiological technician from Harahan, LA (Returning 1-day champ with $23,400)

JEOPARDY! Round - February 5, 2004

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

BIBLICAL QUOTATIONS
TO EVERY THING THERE IS A SEASON
A TIME TO BE BORN
A TIME TO DIE
A TIME TO BREAK DOWN
A TIME TO BUILD UP
$200 - David

(6) Remember the proverb, this "goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall"


$200 - Cynthia

(16) A broiler or fryer, or, metaphorically, a young person (as in "You're no ...")


$200 - Cynthia

(11) Striae is the medical term for these silvery lines that sometimes appear on the skin during pregnancy


$200 - David

(1) In 1587 Elizabeth I signed the execution order for this cousin of hers


$200 - David

(26) Break down
"fish in Nile"
& get this end point of a race


$200 - David

(21) This platform used during construction may have a brick guard so those below don't get conked


$400 - David

(7) Completes the line from Luke 11:23, "He that is not with me is ..."


$400 - David

(17) Song in which Don Henley could "see you, your brown skin shinin' in the sun"


$400 - John

(12) The umbilical cord connects the baby to this organ, which is attached to the mom's uterus


$400 - David

(2) Things got truly revolutionary in Russia in this year when the Russian Royal Family was assassinated


$400 - Triple Stumper

(27) Break down
"Germany"
& get this Sally whom Harry met on film


(-$400) - David

$400 - Cynthia

(22) Any wall providing the main support to a floor or the roof is called a structural wall or this


$600 - John

(8) In his short book, Jude describes this pair of cities as "suffering the vengeance of eternal fire"


(-$600) - David

$600 - John

(18) It's the seasonal phrase in the first line of a Shakespeare history play


$600 - David

(13) Before this is done on a pregnant woman, she drinks a lot of water & gets a gel applied


(-$600) - John

$600 - Cynthia

(3) This well-known princess tragically died after a car crash in 1982


$600 - John

(28) Break down
"dosage"
& get this, someone like Poseidon


$600 - Triple Stumper

(23) (Video of Jimmy at a construction site)
This 4-letter type of concrete foundation saves money by also serving as the floor of the ground level


(-$1000) - John

(9) The "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her" quotation concerned this crime

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$800 - Triple Stumper

(19) On the soundtrack of this weepy Winona Ryder film, you'll find the classic song of the same title


$800 - David

(14) A 4- to 5-inch needle is used in this procedure that tests the fluid surrounding the fetus for genetic disorders


$800 - John

(4) France's King Henry II died in 1559 after he was wounded during one of these tournaments


$800 - David

(29) Break down
"electron motor"
& get this device that can operate it from a distance


$800 - David

(24) The 440-million-pound Sears Tower is supported by 114 of these driven down to the bedrock


$1000 - Cynthia

(10) The other 5 categories on the board all take their titles from chapter 3 of this book


$1000 - Cynthia

(20) (Video) Seen here, it's where the czars used to hang their fur hats


$1000 - Cynthia

(15) These contractions are known as "false labor"


(-$1000) - Cynthia

(5) After a decades-long battle to reclaim her throne, this former queen died Nov. 11, 1917 in Honolulu, Hawaii


$1000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1000 - John

(25) Many skyscrapers have a stiff core that acts as the building's spine & also contains this column


Scores at the first commercial break:
David: $2,600
Cynthia: $1,800
John: $200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
David: $4,000
Cynthia: $3,400
John: $2,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - February 5, 2004

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ART
SPORTS STARS
LAWN ORDER
OUR FEATHERED FRIENDS
ISLAND HOPPING
LIVING IN "SIN"
$400 - David

(7) As a youngster, Claude Monet did these exaggerated portraits popular with today's street artists


$400 - John

(1) Special delivery for the Lakers, who signed this forward, "The Mailman", in 2003


$400 - John

(3) The yellow flowers of this lawn herb can be used to make wine & its greens can be used to make salads


$400 - John

(10) This "great" owl of North America has tufts of feathers called "ears"


$400 - John

(20) Although most Indonesians are Muslims, this is the predominant religion on Bali


$400 - David

(13) One of his 7 voyages took him to Serendib


$800 - John

(8) "The Portrait of a Lady on a Balcony" done around 1504-14 & hanging in the Louvre is better known as this


$800 - Cynthia

(2) This female soccer star earned the nickname "Jordan" after a certain basketball player


$800 - David

(18) Use this company's "Turf Builder" on your lawn & it'll stay green all summer long


$800 - John

(27) The largest of songbirds, this large crow belongs to the Genus Corvus


(-$800) - David

(-$800) - John

(21) This African country consists of 2 main islands with 95 % of the population living on Sao Tome


$800 - John

(14) Now meaning evil or menacing, this adjective is from the Latin for "left"


$1200 - Cynthia

(9) The Van Eyck Bros. weren't the 1st to use these paints, though sometimes credited with it; they date back much earlier


$1200 - John

(4) (Video of Cheryl at the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI)
His days of grace include July 5, 1975, when he became the first African-American male to win the Wimbledon singles title


$1200 - Cynthia

(19) Perhaps to save the cost of cutting the White House lawn during World War I, these animals were grazed there


$1200 - John

(28) The Gila woodpecker of the American southwest lives in a cavity of this giant cactus


$1200 - David

(22) Spanish is the official language on this island but a Polynesian language called Rapanui is also spoken


$1200 - John

(15) A tough tissue connecting muscle to bone


$1600 - David

(11) Gustave Moreau was well known as a painter of this Biblical dancer


$1600 - David

(5) In 2003 this pitcher returned to the Dodgers announcing games for a Spanish-language radio station


(-$1600) - David

(25) Grass for your lawn includes St. Augustine, Bahia & a variety named for this British Atlantic island


$3000 - John

(29) This stork-like wading bird was revered by the ancient Egyptians; the god Thoth was pictured with the head of one

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


(-$2200) - David

(23) France owns 61 % of this West Indian island; the Netherlands, 39 %

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2200


$1600 - John

(16) They're the dominant ethnic group in Sri Lanka


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(12) As it's what J.M.W. Turner did best, "Hannibal & His Army Crossing the Alps" is set during one of these


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(6) She became a household name by playing a PGA tour event - the Bank of America Colonial; she missed the cut


$2000 - David

(26) If the soil in your lawn is too acidic, add lime; if it's too alkaline, add this yellow element


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(24) Jamaica is a leading source of this ore from which aluminum is extracted


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(17) Culiacan is the capital city of this Mexican state


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
John: $13,800
David: $7,400
Cynthia: $6,600


Final JEOPARDY!

RIPPED FROM THE HEADLINES
A November 2003 report said better tree-trimming may have prevented this event that affected 50 million people in August

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Cynthia: $6,600 - $6,600
David: $7,400 - $7,000
John: $13,800 - $1,200


Final Scores
John: $12,600
David: $400
Cynthia: $0

John: $13,400 (18 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 3 wrong, includes 1 DD)
David: $9,600 (18 right; 5 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Cynthia: $6,600 (10 right, includes 2 rebounds; 1 wrong)
Total: $29,600

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