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JEOPARDY! Game - March 11, 2004

Contestants

Doug Meyer, Editor From Newton, MA
Donna Isbell Walker, Entertainment writer from Greenville, SC
Bobby Goldstein, Database administrator from Arlington, MA (Returning 2-day champ with $36,400)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 11, 2004

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

HOOKED ON PHOENIX
HI YA, MAYA!
ALSO A BOOK OF THE BIBLE
GODFATHERS OF SOLE
FILMS OF THE '60s
HOW'S IT "HANG"ING?
$200 - Doug

(12) In 1539 explorers from this nation became the first Europeans to visit the area that's now Phoenix


$200 - Doug

(17) Maya Angelou's "The Heart of a Woman" was the first nonfiction work selected for this woman's book club


(-$200) - Doug

$200 - Donna

(6) By occupation, Scalia & Rehnquist are these


$200 - Doug

(11) This "supernatural" Latin-Rock guitarist launched a line of women's shoes


$200 - Bobby

(1) This singer did it his way & filmed his directorial debut, the WWII drama "None But the Brave", on the island of Kauai


$200 - Doug

(25) A shed for your Cessna


$400 - Donna

(13) In 1967 he had his first Top 40 pop hit with "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"


$400 - Doug

(18) For this President's inauguration, Maya wrote & recited the poem "On the Pulse of Morning"


$400 - Bobby

(7) Benedict or Westheimer


$400 - Donna

(20) (Video) The trademark seen here represents this brand of children's shoe


$400 - Donna

(2) Richard Harris excelled in this soccer-like sport & played a pro player of it in his film "This Sporting Life"


$400 - Bobby

(26) Morning nausea after too many mai tais


$600 - Doug

(14) This pro team plays its home games at Phoenix' Bank One Ballpark


$600 - Bobby

(19) In 1977 Maya played Nyo Boto on this acclaimed miniseries


(-$600) - Doug

$600 - Donna

(8) "A bad workman blames his tools" & "All is fair in love and war"


$600 - Bobby

(22) This French design house has mules & thongs with its signature "LV" monogram & fleuron pattern


(-$600) - Doug

$600 - Donna

(3) He co-starred with Natalie Wood in 2 '60s films, "Inside Daisy Clover" & "This Property is Condemned"


$600 - Bobby

(27) It was the second ancient wonder to be built


$800 - Doug

(15) Born in Phoenix in 1909, he ran for President in 1964


$800 - Bobby

(21) It's the avian title of the first volume of Maya Angelou's autobiographical works


$800 - Doug

(9) A 1977 Bob Marley album


$800 - Bobby

(23) (Video) In 1964 a German shoemaker named Karl created these sandals seen here


(-$1000) - Donna

(4) (Video of Jimmy
at the Seelbach Hilton
in Louisville, Ky)

What's now the Oak Room of the Seelbach Hotel was once a gentlemen's billiards hall, seen in this classic 1961 film

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$800 - Doug

(28) Banned for decades in East Berlin, these recreational transports are now legal & soaring


(-$1000) - Bobby

(16) The city of Phoenix lies in the huge sprawling valley of this


$1000 - Donna

(30) Maya wrote all the original poems performed by this actress in the 1993 film "Poetic Justice"


$1000 - Bobby

(10) Sega's video game system from 1989


$1000 - Doug

(24) On "Sex and the City", Carrie worships these stilettos designed by a Spanish cobbler


(-$1000) - Doug

$1000 - Donna

(5) Ursula Andress made a memorable entrance in this 1962 film when she emerged from the water in a bikini


$1000 - Bobby

(29) (Video of Sofia
on a surfboard)

It's the two-word slangier way of saying, "Have all pedal digits off the board"


Scores at the first commercial break:
Donna: $2,200
Bobby: $600
Doug: $200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Bobby: $5,400
Donna: $3,600
Doug: $2,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 11, 2004

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CHEMISTRY
TEA TIME
OPERAS BY CHARACTER
INITIALLY YOURS
POP "I"
THE SAILOR MAN
$400 - Bobby

(1) Viktor Meyer first measured the density of this, such as steam, the gaseous form of what's usually a liquid


$400 - Bobby

(16) Oo! The name of this amber tea is Chinese for "black dragon"


$400 - Bobby

(22) Escamillo, a bullfighter;
Mercedes, a gypsy girl;
Don Jose, a soldier


$400 - Bobby

(3) Poet Edward Estlin ...


$400 - Doug

(11) Song that includes the line, "You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one"


$400 - Donna

(17) During the Korean War, this future President was an officer in the Navy's nuclear submarine program


$800 - Donna

(2) If toluene reacts with nitric acid, things get explosive with the compound known by these 3 letters


$800 - Bobby

$800 - Doug

(18) Long favored by Asians, this type of tea gives the body an antioxidant boost


(-$800) - Bobby

$800 - Donna

(24) Cio-Cio-San, a Japanese woman;
Lieutenant Pinkerton, USN;
Suzuki, a servant


$800 - Bobby

(7) Mimeograph inventor Albert Blake ...


$800 - Doug

(12) The Farriss Brothers was an earlier name for this group that also featured Michael Hutchence


$800 - Doug

(19) On June 14, 1789, after a 2-month, 3,600-mile voyage, he & 18 crewmen reached Timor in the Bounty's longboat


(-$1200) - Doug

$1200 - Bobby

(4) The repeating, symmetrical pattern that defines this type of solid is called a lattice


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(25) The refreshing drink of half iced tea & half lemonade is named for this golfer who popularized it


$1200 - Bobby

(26) The King of Egypt;
Radames, a soldier;
Ramfis, the high priest


$1200 - Donna

(8) Political leader Pieter Willem ...


$1200 - Donna

(13) We have a feeling you'll know that it was the first single from Jewel's "0304" CD


(-$1200) - Doug

(20) In 1521, shortly after becoming the first to cross the Pacific from east to west, he was killed in the Philippines

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


$1600 - Doug

(5) A redox reaction combines oxidation & this, which confusingly refers to a substance gaining electrons


$1600 - Bobby

(27) This soothing herbal tea is made from an aromatic flower that resembles a daisy


(-$1600) - Doug

$1600 - Donna

(29) Count Almaviva;
Figaro;
Rosina


$1600 - Donna

(9) Novelist Edward Morgan ...


$1600 - Doug

(14) In 1994 this Beastie Boys album that included "Sabotage" & "Sure Shot" debuted at No. 1


$1600 - Donna

(21) On April 20, 1770 he reached the unexplored east coast of Australia, naming it New South Wales


$2000 - Bobby

(6) A 1998 experiment heated deuterium to 70,000 as part of an effort to make this element transition to a metal


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(28) (Video) Informally called a tea ball, this accessory seen here is used with loose tea


(-$2000) - Donna

(30) Marcello, a painter;
Mimi, a flower girl;
Rodolfo, a poet

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 - Doug

(10) 19th century English painter Joseph Mallord William ...


$2000 - Donna

(15) "Beware" this one hit wonder group who hit it big in 1970 with the following:
Lyrics: I'm your vehicle, baby
I'll take you anywhere you wanna go
I'm your vehicle, woman ...


$2000 - Bobby

(23) In December 1944 this commander of the Pacific fleet was promoted to the Navy's newest & highest rank, Fleet Admiral


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Bobby: $15,800
Donna: $12,800
Doug: $6,800


Final JEOPARDY!

BRAND NAMES
Benjamin Green's work with cocoa butter led to this brand that, ironically, may be used to prevent what's in its name

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Doug: $6,800 - $6,800
Donna: $12,800 - $11,000
Bobby: $15,800 - $10,000


Final Scores
Bobby: $5,800 (3-day total of $42,200)
Donna: $1,800
Doug: $0

Bobby: $15,800 (21 right, includes 1 rebound); 2 wrong)
Donna: $15,800 (17 right, includes 6 rebounds; 2 wrong, both DDs)
Doug: $8,000 (17 right, includes 1 rebound; 7 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $39,600

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