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JEOPARDY! Game - March 2, 2004

Contestants

Marisa Goldstein, Attorney from Arlington, VA
John Davies, Graduate student from Wilmington, DE
Patrick Macaraeg, Software engineer from Largo, FL (Returning 3-day champ with $83,002)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 2, 2004

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

LET'S TALK INTERNAL ORGANS
TRANSPORTATION
TV SHOW OPENING NARRATIONS
UNITS OF MEASURE
GO WEST
"HEAD"S UP!
$200 - Patrick

(21) Unlike most veins, the pulmonary ones carry oxygenated blood, from these organs to the heart


$200 - John

(9) These transports, first sent up in 1981, lift off like a rocket & land like a plane


$200 - Marisa

(1) "On Nov. 13th, Felix Unger was asked to remove himself from his place of residence. That request came from his wife ..."


(-$200) - Marisa

$200 - John

(6) The energy content of food is measured in these well-watched units


$200 - Marisa

(13) In 1784 John Filson wrote an exciting bio of this pioneer to get people interested in buying land out west in Kentucky


$200 - Patrick

(26) Procter & Gamble makes this popular dandruff shampoo


$400 - Patrick

(22) Early experiments on dogs showed that when this organ was removed diabetes occurred

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $400


$400 - Patrick

(10) These have largely replaced dogsleds as the Eskimos' main mode of winter transportation


$400 - Patrick

(2) "Once upon a time there were three little girls who went to the Police Academy ..."


$400 - Patrick

(7) Someone has to give you 63,360 of these for you to "take a mile"


$400 - John

(14) This wanderer in the west spread the word on Swedenborgism, as well as his famous fruit trees


$400 - Marisa

(28) A fan of heavy metal music


$600 - Marisa

(23) A dialyzer is an artificial one


$600 - Triple Stumper

(16) In Edward Lear's poem, "The Owl and the Pussycat" head to sea in this colorful transport


$600 - Patrick

(3) "In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampires ..."


$600 - Marisa

(8) These units that measure the intensity of sound increase logarithmically


$600 - Triple Stumper

(15) Stage robber Black Bart, known for leaving these behind at the scene of the crime, only really did it twice


$600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$800 - Triple Stumper

(24) (Video of Jimmy
in Portland, Maine)

Real lobster lovers would look right in here to find the tomalley, this green organ


$800 - Patrick

(19) These trains were introduced in October 1964 to celebrate the first Olympic Games held in Asia


$800 - John

(4) "There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man ..."


$800 - John

(11) The scale on the bottom of a sextant is in these units


$800 - John

(17) By 1845 the price of these pelts had dropped from a $6 high to $1; silk replaced it for men's hats


$800 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) In the fetus, this organ produces red blood cells; in adults, it focuses on destroying worn-out ones


(-$1000) - Marisa

(20) Suspended from an overhead wire, it transports passengers up steep hills or across valleys


$1000 - Patrick

(5) "Name: Richard Kimble. Profession: doctor of medicine. Destination: death row ..."


$1000 - Marisa

(12) 1/12 of the starry night sky; the moon may be in the 7th one


(-$1000) - Patrick

(18) One of the reasons Jefferson sent Lewis & Clark out was to see if this northwestern river connected to the Missouri


$1000 - John

(27) Malitola Tanumafili II, Samoa's leader, holds this 3-word post for life


Scores at the first commercial break:
Patrick: $2,800
John: $2,400
Marisa: $1,800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
John: $4,200
Patrick: $3,400
Marisa: $1,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 2, 2004

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NATIVE AMERICAN ART
TECHIES
NOVEL ENDINGS
"F" TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY
SEOUL TRAIN
AN ANTONYM OF BOTH ...
(-$400) - Marisa

(25) (Video) 2-word term for the type of artwork being created here


$400 - Patrick

(3) RHD, Robert H. Dennard, came up with RAM, this, used in computers since the '70s


$400 - Patrick

(8) At the end of this weepy novel, Oliver Barrett IV informs his father that "Jenny's dead"; & then he cries


$400 - John

(1) Planned as a short, "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" cost so much, Disney had to make this feature around it


$400 - Marisa

(9) Seoul only got its name in the 1940s, following the liberation of Korea after 35 years of rule by this nation


$400 - Patrick

(21) ... Fizzy & hilly


$800 - Marisa

(26) In the 1850s Atsidi Sani, "The Old Smith", fashioned the first Navajo artworks in this metal


(-$800) - Marisa

(-$800) - Patrick

$800 - John

(4) Eugene Houdry, who invented catalytic cracking of petroleum, made the catalytic converter for this car part


$800 - Marisa

(14) This novel ends with Chief Bromden escaping from the hospital after he smothers Randle P. McMurphy


$800 - Patrick

(2) Her visit to North Vietnam in 1972 spurred calls of treason


$800 - Triple Stumper

(10) Seoul is about 20 miles from this "colorful" sea


$800 - Patrick

(22) ... To gorge & slow


$1200 - Marisa

(27) (Video of Sarah
at the Sitka Cultural Center
in Alaska)

The white man is depicted here on a totem pole, commissioned for this 1976 event


$1200 - Patrick

(5) John Tukey coined the word "software" & this term for which AT&T was considering "binit" or "bigit"


$1200 - Marisa

(15) In this book's conclusion, we learn that Lara, who vanishes, probably ends up dying in a Russian camp


$1200 - John

(18) This hard-drinking '20s-'30s comedian scattered his money among hundreds of banks across the country


$1200 - Marisa

(11) It's the other current national capital city that's closest to Seoul


(-$1200) - Marisa

(23) ... Effortless & non-alcoholic


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1600 - John

(6) In 1938 Roy Plunkett stuck with it & discovered this non-stick substance


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(16) (Video of Sofia in Madrid, Spain)
I'm on the Gran Via in Madrid, where this Hemingway novel ends with Jake Barnes and Lady Brett Ashley riding in a taxi


$1600 - John

(19) (Video) His early ambition was to be a pro soccer player like his dad


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(12) Kung, as in Seoul's famous Toksu-Kung & Kyongbok-Kung, refers to this kind of residence


$1600 - John

(24) ... Stale & respectful


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(29) (Video) The style seen here, developed in Oregon, has been called this, after a medical device discovered in 1895


$1000 - John

(7) Nils Bohlin designed the 3-point safety belt for this automaker

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


(-$1400) - Marisa

(17) It ends with funeral ceremonies for Cora & Uncas

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1400


$2000 - John

(20) "Dr. Strangelove" director Stanley Kubrick threatened to sue over this film with a similar nuclear war scenario


$2000 - Marisa

(13) A seaport that supplies Seoul, it was the site of a famous 1950 amphibious landing


$2000 - Patrick

(28) ... Cash & blame


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
John: $14,400
Patrick: $8,600
Marisa: $5,600


Final JEOPARDY!

U.S. CURRENCY
It's the only building to appear on 2 current U.S. bills; one is an interior view, the other an exterior view

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Marisa: $5,600 - $600
Patrick: $8,600 - $8,600
John: $14,400 - $2,801


Final Scores
John: $11,599
Marisa: $5,000
Patrick: $0

John: $15,400 (15 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 0 wrong)
Patrick: $8,600 (16 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong)
Marisa: $7,000 (13 right; 6 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $31,000

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