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JEOPARDY! Game - March 9, 2004

Contestants

Bobby Goldstein, Database administrator from Arlington, MA
Deepa Iyengar, Artist from Los Angeles, CA
Beth Graham, Library public relations manager from San Antonio, TX (Returning 2-day champ with $36,401)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 9, 2004

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

DRAGONS
TV CHARACTERS
ELLIS ISLAND
ISMs
OLD TESTAMENT WHO'S WHO
7-LETTER WORDS
$200 - Deepa

(1) From ancient times, the dragon was the symbol of this country's imperial family & adorned its flag until 1911


$200 - Bobby

(11) Detective who chomps on half-smoked cigars & always wears a rumpled, stained raincoat


$200 - Deepa

(26) (Video of Sarah
on Ellis Island)

On January 1st, 1892, Annie Moore, a 15-year-old lass from this country, was the first immigrant processed at Ellis Island


$200 - Deepa

(6) The belief in the need to secure rights & opportunities for women equal to those of men


$200 - Bobby

(15) He stood 6 cubits & a span & had a spear whose "head weighed six hundred shekels of iron"


$200 - Bobby

(17) People "thick as" these are close or tight & you may want to hold on to your wallet


$400 - Bobby

(2) In this novel, Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf & 13 Dwarves reclaim Lonely Mountain & its riches from the dragon Smaug


$400 - Bobby

(12) A shoe salesman who lives on Jeopardy Lane, he escapes the rigors of married life by going to The Jiggly Room


$400 - Deepa

(27) In 1965 LBJ made Ellis Island part of this landmark's national monument


$400 - Deepa

(7) (Video) Late 19th century movement that characterizes the work seen here


(-$400) - Deepa

$400 - Beth

(22) Daniel 12:1 says that this archangel is a caretaker of the Jewish people


(-$400) - Bobby

(-$400) - Beth

(-$400) - Deepa

(18) (Video) Hostess snack food seen here, split in half


$600 - Deepa

(3) In this 2001 animated feature, an ogre rescues the princess Fiona from a firebreathing dragon


$600 - Bobby

(13) Lovable taxi mechanic from an undetermined east European country; thank you very much


$1600 - Deepa

(28) (Video of Cheryl
on Ellis Island)

This comic was born in England. He arrived at Ellis Island in 1908 as a 4-year-old named Leslie

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1600


$600 - Deepa

(8) News gathering & reporting; the University of Missouri had the USA's first school of it


$600 - Deepa

(23) In Genesis 17:4, God promised to make him "a father of many nations"


$600 - Bobby

(19) If you can't handle the predominant sugar in milk, you're intolerant of this


$800 - Bobby

(4) Jason & the Argonauts recovered this after Medea put the dragon who guarded it to sleep


$800 - Deepa

(14) Believing herself a widow, she works as a spy for the British government with her partner Major John Steed


(-$800) - Deepa

$800 - Beth

(29) As the entryway to America, Ellis Island was nicknamed the "Golden" this


$800 - Deepa

(9) The name of this severe, sometimes fatal form of food poisoning comes from the Latin for "sausage"


$800 - Deepa

(24) "And Noah begat three sons, Shem, Ham and" him


$800 - Deepa

(20) When a Buddhist achieves this, no more reincarnations


$1000 - Deepa

(5) This Scandinavian prince rid the Danes of the monster Grendel; 50 years later he was killed by a dragon


$1000 - Bobby

(16) Former Frisco police detective, now a P.I. afraid of the dark, heights, crowds & milk


$1000 - Deepa

(30) (Video) This former Chrysler chairman led the campaign to restore Ellis Island, which had fallen into disrepair


$1000 - Bobby

(10) A division of a group into mutually antagonistic factions, like the Catholic Church in 1054


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) After the Israelites passed through the Red Sea, this sister of Moses led the women in song & dance


$1000 - Bobby

(21) This word is German for "violinist"; that makes the late Boston Pops conductor Arthur Violinist


Scores at the first commercial break:
Deepa: $4,600
Bobby: $3,600
Beth: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Deepa: $8,400
Bobby: $6,000
Beth: $800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 9, 2004

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RULERS
THE CABINET
PAPER CLIPS
HALIFAX ME
STAPLES CENTER
FILE UNDER "C"
(-$400) - Beth

$400 - Deepa

(3) In 1478 the Spanish Inquisition was established under the reign of these 2 rulers


$400 - Bobby

(7) Dang, this department's risk management agency insures more than 100 crops


$400 - Bobby

(12) The Times, Jan. 25, 1965: This man "dies"; "the greatest Englishman of his time"


$400 - Beth

(22) Canada's first adhesive one of these, the 3-penny beaver, was designed by a Haligonian, Sir Sandford Fleming


(-$400) - Bobby

$400 - Deepa

(2) He accepted his party's nomination for the Presidency at the Staples Center August 17, 2000


$400 - Bobby

(1) A ploy used to prod somebody into compliant behavior is known as this "and stick"


$800 - Deepa

(4) By 1519 he ruled over an empire of more than 5 million in central & southern Mexico


$800 - Bobby

(8) It was created by Congress to "foster, promote and develop the welfare of the wage earners of the United States"


$800 - Bobby

(13) New York Times, Nov. 10, 1965: "Power failure snarls Northeast; 800,000 are caught in" these in the city


$800 - Beth

(24) In use Monday-Friday
8-6, the yellow-capped ones are 5 hours max, green 2 hours, silver 1 hour & red 30 min.


(-$800) - Deepa

$800 - Beth

(19) (Video) I'm Derek Fisher. One highlight of the Lakers' first game at Staples Center was my alley-oop pass to this big guy who scored 28 points


$800 - Beth

(20) (Video of Sarah
in a helicopter)

The Eurocopter EC 130 B4 has great visibility because this transparent part of the aircraft is enlarged


$1200 - Bobby

(6) Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev is the current ruler of this Himalayan kingdom


$1200 - Bobby

(9) Robert F. Kennedy served as JFK's campaign manager in 1960; JFK rewarded him by appointing him to this Cabinet post


$1200 - Bobby

(14) The Onion, Aug. 20, 1998: "Clinton chastises Hillary for failure to produce male" this


$1200 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1200 - Beth

(25) On Oct. 17, 1999, when Staples was the newest arena born in the U.S.A., it opened with a concert by this man & his band


$1200 - Bobby

(21) No, this one of the 3 major types of soil has not changed its name to Ali


$3200 - Deepa

(16) On April 11, 1689 she & her Dutch husband were crowned joint sovereigns of England at Westminster Abbey

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3200


$1600 - Deepa

(10) Among the several agencies administered by the Department of Transportation is this one that certifies pilots


$1600 - Deepa

(15) San Francisco Chronicle, July 25, 2003: "California's first-ever statewide" one of these "will be held Oct. 7"


$1600 - Bobby

(29) This warning device in Peggy's Cove is one of the most photographed in North America


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(26) In 1999 it went by truck from Paramount, Ca. to 11th St. where a specially licensed driver drove it into the arena


$1600 - Beth

(22) He's given us a lot to fill a "B.S" category: "Bitter Sweet", "Blithe Spirit" ...


$2000 - Deepa

(17) Nicknamed "The Hammer", this ruler of the Franks was the grandfather of Charlemagne


$2000 - Bobby

(11) Bill Clinton's first Treasury Secretary was this Texan who had served as Michael Dukakis' running mate in 1988


$2000 - Bobby

(18) This trade paper, September 2, 2003: "Pricey tix pump pallid pix"


$1000 - Beth

(28) The Anna Leonowens Gallery is named for the teacher who taught this country's king a thing or two

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


(-$2000) - Deepa

(-$2000) - Bobby

(-$2000) - Beth

(27) J-Lo & J-Smits were hosts on the September 13, 2000 inaugural telecast of these music awards from the Staples Center


$2000 - Bobby

(23) Shedable chitinous exoskeletons are features of ths class of creatures that includes crabs & crayfish


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Bobby: $18,800
Deepa: $15,600
Beth: $5,000


Final JEOPARDY!

HEALTH & MEDICINE
Named for the region in Uganda where it was discovered in 1937, it was first detected in the U.S. in 1999

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Beth: $5,000 - $4,000
Deepa: $15,600 - $5,599
Bobby: $18,800 + $12,401


Final Scores
Bobby: $31,201
Deepa: $10,001
Beth: $1,000

Bobby: $18,800 (24 right; 3 wrong)
Deepa: $13,000 (22 right, includes 2 DDs & 2 rebounds; 5 wrong)
Beth: $6,000 (9 right, includes 1 DD & 3 rebounds; 3 wrong)
Total: $37,800

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