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JEOPARDY! Game - March 1, 2004

Contestants

Vince Valle, Foreign service officer from Arlington, VA
Jennifer Godwin, Copy editor from Los Angeles, CA
Patrick Macaraeg, Software engineer from Largo, FL (Returning 2-day champ with $45,001)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 1, 2004

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

OLD BUSINESS
CLASSIC SITCOM EPISODES
SPRINGS ON THE MAP
"D" DAY
ANIMAL PLANET
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
$200 - Jennifer

(6) Original occupation of William Warner of Warner-Lambert & Charles Walgreen of Walgreens


$200 - Patrick

(1) "Welcome to Korea"


$200 - Triple Stumper

(11) This California resort's aerial tramway up Mt. San Jacinto has the world's largest rotating tramcars


$200 - Vince

(18) Throughout their history, mannequins have also been known as these, like today's crash test mannequins


$200 - Jennifer

(26) These grizzly bear features can be up to 6 inches long & are non-retractable


$200 - Patrick

(13) It can be a best man's tribute to a newly married couple or a breakfast slice


$400 - Patrick

(7) In 1911 the Supreme Court ordered this oil company to split, creating 33 new independent companies


$400 - Patrick

(2) "I, Darrin, Take This Witch, Samantha"


$400 - Vince

(12) This Australian town was named for a waterhole that was named for telegraph advocate Charles Todd's wife


$400 - Patrick

(19) Characters in this comic strip include Ratbert, Catbert & Dogbert


$400 - Triple Stumper

(27) Even though this U.S. snake, Thamnophis Sirtalis, is non-venomous, I wouldn't strap it to my thigh


$400 - Jennifer

(14) A sensitive & difficult issue to deal with, or a spud pulled from an oven with your bare hands


$600 - Jennifer

(8) In 1916 Charlie Soderstrom joined this company & picked the brown for its trucks


$600 - Patrick

(3) "J.J. Becomes a Man"


$600 - Jennifer

(20) This Georgia town is home to the Roosevelt Institute, a comprehensive rehabilitation facility


$600 - Jennifer

(23) The noisemaker heard here takes this name from the prey it's meant to attract


$600 - Jennifer

(28) A Cajun might call one of these, Mephitis Mephitis, a bete puante or "stinky beast"


$600 - Patrick

(15) Whether laksa or soba, to use this is to think


$1100 - Jennifer

(9) In 1922 George Mecherle founded this insurance company for those in agriculture

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1100


$800 - Jennifer

(4) "Squiggy in Love"


$800 - Patrick

(21) The U.S. Olympic Training Center is located in this city in the foothills of the Rockies


$800 - Patrick

(24) He won a Purple Heart in World War II & was a major party Presidential nominee in 1996


$800 - Jennifer

(29) Greenland's hooded type of this sleek water mammal can force its nostril lining outward to form a balloon


$800 - Jennifer

(16) You can "spin" one of these baked goods by driving your car in a tight 360-degree turn


(-$1000) - Vince

(10) You can be sure it was this man who paid Nikola Tesla a cool million for his AC patents


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(5) "Basil the Rat"


(-$1000) - Jennifer

(22) This fashionable resort in the Adirondacks is the summer home of the New York City Ballet


$1000 - Vince

(25) (Video of Cheryl at
the Franklin Institute
in Philadelphia)

Weather-forecasting radar uses this effect, because radio waves change frequency like sound waves


$1000 - Jennifer

(30) A Dorgi was the royal result when one of QEII's Corgis bred with one of these dogs owned by Princess Margaret


$1000 - Vince

(17) Because of all the grain grown there, Kansas is known as this wicker container "of the nation"


Scores at the first commercial break:
Jennifer: $3,100
Patrick: $2,400
Vince: -$600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Jennifer: $6,700
Patrick: $4,400
Vince: $1,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 1, 2004

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EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY
BORN NORTH OF THE BORDER, EH?
BMW
NAMES IN MEDICINE
IT'S A CONSPIRACY!
ADD A LETTER
$400 - Patrick

(6) In 1682 the Spanish founded the village of Ysleta on the Rio Grande in what later became this state


$400 - Patrick

(20) "Let's make a deal" with this host who hails from Winnipeg, Manitoba


$400 - Vince

(16) (Video of Cheryl
at the BMW Museum
in Munich, Germany)

BMW's history in aeronautics is seen by its logo, representing a rotating one of these


$400 - Jennifer

(1) The Duffy blood group system was discovered while treating a sufferer of this hereditary condition


$400 - Patrick

(11) In conspiracies about the RFK assassination, the "polka-dot woman" is regarded as this man's accomplice


$400 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$800 - Jennifer

(7) Hernando de Soto died of a fever on May 21, 1542 & his body was sunk in this river to keep his death a secret from the Indians


$800 - Patrick

(22) Winnipeg-born Douglas Rain provided the voice of this soft-spoken killer computer on film


$800 - Triple Stumper

(17) (Video of Sarah
at the BMW Museum
in Munich, Germany)

In Germany, BMW uses "Freude am fahren," or "Joy in driving." In the U.S., it's used this slogan since the 1970s


$800 - Jennifer

(2) Lymphomas are divided into his "disease" & non-his


$800 - Patrick

(12) Meryl Streep played this nuclear plant employee some believe was killed while trying to blow the whistle


$800 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$1200) - Patrick

$1200 - Jennifer

(8) He was known as "the one-legged Governor of New Netherland"


$1200 - Vince

(23) This London, Ontario-born man led the Royal Canadians in their popular New Year's Eve specials


$1200 - Jennifer

(18) (Video of Cheryl
at the BMW Museum
in Munich, Germany)

With test flights in the early 1940s, BMW pioneered this radical type of engine


$3900 - Jennifer

(3) Theodor Escherich gave his name (or just his initial) to this bacillus that causes intestinal distress

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3900


$1200 - Patrick

(13) Dorothy Kilgallen was found dead not long after conducting an interview with this nightclub owner & murderer


$1200 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1600 - Vince

(9) Members of the lower class, they were contracted to work without wages to pay for their passage to the New World


$1600 - Patrick

(24) A Blues Brother, a Ghostbuster & a Conehead, he was born in Ottawa


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(19) (Video of Sofia
at the BMW Museum
in Munich, Germany)

The 1950s BMW 507, driven by celebs like Elvis, is this type of car, whose 8-letter name tells you it has street smarts


$1600 - Vince

(4) First name of the man for whom the bacteria Listeria are named


$1600 - Vince

(14) Born March 12, 1912, this ex-Nazi scientist was let into the U.S. under "Operation Paper Clip"


$1600 - Patrick

(27) This letter will turn your smile into a figure of speech


(-$2000) - Patrick

(10) In October 1729 Benjamin Franklin purchased this one-year-old newspaper that had a subscription list of 90


$2000 - Patrick

(25) Kids must say the darndest things in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, where this TV host was born July 17, 1912


$2000 - Jennifer

(21) (Video of Sarah
at the BMW Museum
in Munich, Germany)

This bike earned BMW one of its many victories in this endurance rally that goes between Europe and Africa


$2000 - Jennifer

(5) The palsy that paralyzes facial muscles on one side was named for this anatomist


$2000 - Vince

(15) This guy is the best known figure in the conspiracy known as the "Gunpowder Plot" to kill King James I in 1605


$8700 - Patrick

(26) It makes mama really hot stuff

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $8700


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Patrick: $19,100
Jennifer: $19,000
Vince: $10,000


Final JEOPARDY!

SPORTS SUPERLATIVES
This oldest tennis player ever to win a Grand Slam title did so at the Australian Open mixed doubles in 2003

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Vince: $10,000 - $1,000
Jennifer: $19,000 - $1,001
Patrick: $19,100 + $18,901


Final Scores
Patrick: $38,001 (3-day total of $83,002)
Jennifer: $17,999
Vince: $9,000

Jennifer: $16,000 (20 right, includes 2 DDs & 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Patrick: $12,400 (19 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong)
Vince: $10,000 (10 right; 1 wrong)
Total: $38,400

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