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JEOPARDY! Game - February 27, 2004

Contestants

Gay Hammond, College instructor from Gainesville, GA
Jeff Trumbower, College professor from Jericho, VT
Patrick Macaraeg, Software engineer from Largo, FL (Returning 1-day champ with $24,600)

JEOPARDY! Round - February 27, 2004

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

U.S. BODIES OF WATER
"M"USIC
GARDENING
FAREWELL TO THE CHIEF
PAUL OF FAME
DON'T LOSE YOUR TRAIN OF THOUGHT
$200 - Patrick

(13) Green Bay in Wisconsin is the largest arm of this Great Lake


$200 - Patrick

(3) In 2003 she released her tenth studio album, "American Life"


$200 - Patrick

(26) It's a small area of ground planted with flowers, but one may also hold oysters or sleepers


$200 - Patrick

(1) December 14, 1799
at his home in Virginia


(-$200) - Gay

$200 - Jeff

(8) In April 1990 he played live to a world record 184,000 people at Rio de Janeiro's Maracana Stadium


$200 - Jeff

(21) Platform 9 3/4 at King's Cross Station in this city is the place where Harry Potter boards the train to Hogwarts


$400 - Patrick

(14) Now hear this -- Washington state's Whidbey Island is one of many in this inlet


$400 - Patrick

(7) (Video) Hi, I'm Pam Tillis. "Maybe it was" this Tennessee city that was mentioned in the title of my 1992 hit; in fact I'm sure of it


$400 - Jeff

(27) You propagate this pungent plant by dividing the compound bulbs into individual cloves


$400 - Gay

(2) July 4, 1826


$400 - Jeff

(9) This over 140-year-old winery promised, "We will sell no wine before its time"


$400 - Patrick

(22) The Grand Traverse dinner train specializes in tours of this duration, so let's invite Gilligan


$600 - Jeff

(15) The south shore of this lake forms the northern boundary of New Orleans


$600 - Patrick

(18) It's the last name of horn-playing brothers Branford & Wynton


$600 - Jeff

(28) A wise tip from the "Wise Garden Encyclopedia" is: Never prune evergreens during this season


$600 - Patrick

(4) December 26, 1972
in Kansas City, Missouri


$600 - Patrick

(10) (Video) The 1966 Bardahl Eagle seen here was used in the auto racing movie "Winning," starring this man
(Note: Image is not the car used in the film, but the same model.)


$600 - Jeff

(23) The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway, one of the world's steepest, starts in this "choo choo" city


$800 - Patrick

(16) This river that flows into Boston Harbor is the longest river entirely within Massachusetts


$800 - Patrick

(19) Go a little crazy with this band heard here


$800 - Gay

(29) The Popilla Japonica or Japanese this eats the roots of plants as a grub & the flowers as an adult


$800 - Patrick

(5) August 2, 1923
in San Francisco, California


$800 - Jeff

(11) This U.S. Senator from Illinois had a penchant for bowties


$800 - Patrick

(24) In 1912 Henry Flagler rode the first train that linked the U.S. mainland to this, the southernmost city in Florida


$1000 - Patrick

(17) This 2- to 10-mile wide bay separates Miami from Miami Beach

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Patrick

(20) This group that sang about the "Boy from New York City" is named for a John Dos Passos novel


$1000 - Gay

(30) The maidenhair fern reproduces by these, not seeds


$1000 - Jeff

(6) His ride ended on January 6, 1919 in Oyster Bay, New York


(-$1000) - Gay

$1000 - Jeff

(12) (Video) A work by this influential Frenchman is seen here


$1000 - Patrick

(25) After touring the Coors Brewing Company, you may want to visit the Colorado Railroad Museum in this city


Scores at the first commercial break:
Jeff: $4,000
Patrick: $3,400
Gay: -$800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Patrick: $10,000
Jeff: $5,800
Gay: $1,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - February 27, 2004

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GEOLOGY
THEIR FIRST FEATURE FILMS
A MATTER OF TASTE
OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD LEADERS
WHAT A TOOL
IT'S A ZOO IN HERE!
$400 - Patrick

(26) Around 132 A.D. Chinese scientist Chang Heng invented an early form of this earthquake detector


$400 - Jeff

(1) June Lockhart debuted as a Cratchit child in this 1938 film, with her real parents playing Mr. & Mrs. Bob Cratchit


$400 - Gay

(13) (Video) The item seen here, or the taste it might have if made with lemons


$400 - Jeff

(2) In 1899 future South Africa P.M. Louis Botha & his forces took this future British P.M., then a journalist, prisoner


$400 - Jeff

(21) Its splayed prongs at the end of a long handle make piling up leaves a snap


$400 - Patrick

(8) Prior to meaning a football, it was slang for a saddle


$800 - Patrick

(27) One of the world's busiest geyser areas lies in a lava field near this Icelandic capital


$800 - Gay

(4) This "American Beauty" star stole into films as the guy who robs Meryl Streep's therapy group in "Heartburn"


$800 - Patrick

(14) Cacao beans, the source of chocolate, aren't sweet -- they contain this bitter, popular stimulant


$800 - Patrick

(3) Ptolemy I's improvements to this city included a library, a museum & a lighthouse


$800 - Patrick

(22) It's the type of screwdriver with a cross-shaped tip


$800 - Patrick

(9) Watt fixed this unit of measure to indicate the strength of his steam engine

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $800


(-$1200) - Jeff

(28) In the science of geology, petrographers are concerned with classifying these


$1200 - Patrick

(5) Tommy Lee Jones, who played football at Harvard, debuted as a Harvard pal of Ryan O'Neal's in this film


(-$1200) - Jeff

(18) 1 of the 3 zesty ingredients of the original Tabasco brand sauce


$1200 - Patrick

(15) That Great Wall thing didn't work; this warrior's forces crossed it & went on to sack Peking in 1215

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(23) Used for shaping wood surfaces, it has a steel edge that extends through its flat bottom


$1200 - Gay

(10) It's a pit dug on a battlefield that's only big enough to hold a couple of soldiers


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) In 2003 it was located at 82 north latitude, 112 west longitude near Ellef Ringness Island


$1600 - Gay

(6) Ann Jillian played Bo Peep in her debut, this Disney musical based on a Victor Herbert operetta


(-$1600) - Gay

$1600 - Jeff

(19) Despite the name of this brand of spread, chef Anthony Bourdain says, "I can"


$1600 - Jeff

(16) In 1928 the Empress Zauditu crowned this man King of Ethiopia


(-$1600) - Jeff

(24) From the Old English nafogar, it's a boring tool


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(11) It's a bovine term for a sharp bend in a river


$2000 - Jeff

(30) (Video of Sarah in Alaska)
The glaciers here in Alaska are remnants of the last ice age which ended about 11,500 years ago, during this epoch


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(7) Audiences have had "A Fine Romance" with this British Dame since she debuted in "The Third Secret"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) Wine-tasting term for the final impression left on the palate -- it's supposed to be "long"


(-$2000) - Gay

$2000 - Jeff

(17) This great ruler of the Persian Empire got the job in part by exposing an impostor claiming to be Smerdis


$2000 - Jeff

(25) (Video of Jimmy)
Use an ax to fell a tree, but to carve a totem pole, you need this tool, that also starts with "a"


(-$2000) - Jeff

(12) To treat someone like a celebrity (It sounds like an Eagles hit)


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Patrick: $17,200
Jeff: $10,200
Gay: $1,400


Final JEOPARDY!

AMERICAN SLANG
This term for a small, out-of-the-way town is also the name of a long-gone Algonquian Indian tribe

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Gay: $1,400 - $1,300
Jeff: $10,200 + $10,200
Patrick: $17,200 + $3,201


Final Scores
Patrick: $20,401
Jeff: $20,400
Gay: $100

Patrick: $17,200 (26 right, includes 3 DDs; 0 wrong)
Jeff: $10,200 (18 right, includes 4 rebounds; 4 wrong)
Gay: $1,400 (7 right; 4 wrong)
Total: $28,800

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