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JEOPARDY! Game - March 17, 2004

Contestants

Michael Berthold, Construction worker from Lowell, WI
Ann Dickie, Director of human resources from Cheverly, MD
Steve Reynolds, Accountant from Norman, OK (Returning 2-day champ with $37,601)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 17, 2004

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

SENATORS BY STATE
ENTERTAINERS OF THE PAST
WEAPONS
SOUNDS LIKE AN IRISH COUNTY
-OLOGIES
STUPID ANSWERS
$200 - Ann

(1) John Kerry & Edward Kennedy


$200 - Steve

(2) In 1971 this singer & talk show host came out with her first cookbook, "Someone's in the Kitchen with Dinah"


(-$200) - Michael

(8) Einsteinium was discovered in 1952 in the debris produced by one of these


$200 - Steve

(14) It's sometimes "held" on sandwiches


$200 - Michael

(19) Buzz in if you know that apiology is the study of these


$200 - Steve

(26) A doctor scrubs in for surgery wearing these


$400 - Steve

(3) Daniel Akaka & Daniel Inouye


$400 - Michael

(7) "How sweet it is" that this comedian was the grandfather of actor Jason Patric


$400 - Steve

(9) Take a stab at this one; someone giving a threatening glare could "look" these weapons at you


$400 - Steve

(15) "De Lune" or Danes


$400 - Steve

(22) Of interest to Dian Fossey, it's the study of apes, monkeys & others in that order


$400 - Ann

(27) The name of this fruit comes from the fact that it grows in grapelike clusters


$600 - Steve

(4) Christopher Dodd & Joseph Lieberman


$600 - Steve

(10) He's the beloved entertainer heard here:
Lyrics: Make someone happy,
make just one someone happy

(Note: This is an .MP3 file)


$600 - Steve

(13) Technically, your
AK-47s & M16s aren't machine guns, they're automatic these


$1000 - Steve

(16) You may be asked to sniff one of these removed by a sommelier

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Michael

(23) We salute you if you know that vexillology concerns the history, design & making of these


$600 - Steve

(28) (Video of New Haven Green)
Frisbee-playing started on New Haven Green when students tossed around pie plates from this bakery


$800 - Steve

(5) Rick Santorum & Arlen Specter


$800 - Steve

(11) "The Christmas Song" popularized by Nat King Cole was co-written by this famous singer nicknamed "The Velvet Fog"


$800 - Michael

(20) The Minuteman III is an ICBM, which is short for this


$800 - Steve

(17) Young doctor played by Lew Ayres & Richard Chamberlain


$800 - Steve

(24) (Video of Jimmy
on Cape Cod)

One of the chapters in "Moby Dick" is called this, the study of whales


$800 - Michael

(29) Glen Bell founded this taco chain in 1962


$1000 - Steve

(6) Wayne Allard & Ben Nighthorse Campbell


$1000 - Michael

(12) In 1980 this 84-year-old hit the pop & country charts with "I Wish I was Eighteen Again"


$1000 - Michael

(21) This cavalry weapon was inspired by the Turkish scimitar


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(18) Route Julius Caesar took to France; too hard?
Okay, flutist James


(-$1000) - Michael

(25) One of the fields in which a Nobel Prize is given is Medicine or this


$1000 - Michael

(30) This city in Iowa is at the confluence of the Big Sioux & Missouri Rivers


Scores at the first commercial break:
Steve: $7,000
Michael: $1,200
Ann: $200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Steve: $9,800
Michael: $4,600
Ann: $600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 17, 2004

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HISTORICAL NOVELS
OSCAR-WINNING ROLES
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
ENDS IN "ELLA"
SPICE
THE FINAL FRONTIER
$400 - Ann

(21) Mary Renault's historical novel "Fire from Heaven" chronicles the childhood of this Macedonian king


$400 - Michael

(1) Edward Joseph Flanagan


$400 - Steve

(9) In 1920 Vahdah Olcutt Bickford published her method for playing this Hawaiian instrument


$400 - Steve

(16) This female first name is Italian for "beautiful"


(-$400) - Michael

$400 - Steve

(26) In August 2003 Pepsi introduced its cola flavored with this; Coke had done it back in 2002


$400 - Ann

(2) NASA wanted to call its first flight-capable shuttle the Constitution, but fans of a TV show clamored for this


$800 - Steve

(22) Stephen Crane gathered material for this 1895 novel by reading "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War"


$800 - Steve

(3) Annie Sullivan


$800 - Michael

(10) The cowbell on a cow has one of these; the cowbell used by orchestras doesn't have one


$800 - Steve

(17) Eudora Welty's "The Optimist's Daughter", for example


$800 - Michael

(27) (Video) While the flower is purple, it produces a strong yellow dye that can color rice


$800 - Michael

(5) Johns Hopkins operates this orbiting observatory for NASA


(-$1200) - Ann

(23) This word completes the names of the series "The Lymond ..." &
"The Kent Family ..."


$1200 - Michael

(4) Alvin C. York


$1200 - Steve

(12) Richard Stoltzman, who went from playing Dixieland to Mozart, is a virtuoso on this woodwind


$1500 - Steve

(18) "Gray's Anatomy" tells us this bone is embedded in the tendon of the quadriceps femoris

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1500


(-$1200) - Steve

(28) If you take a swig of kummel, you'll notice the flavor of this spice it was named for


$1200 - Steve

(6) NASA had planned to have a shuttle dock with this in 1979 & push it up into a higher orbit, but ran out of time


(-$1600) - Michael

(24) Patrick O'Brian wrote 20 books about this British captain played by Russell Crowe in a 2003 film


(-$1600) - Steve
(No guess.)

(7) Paul Gauguin


(-$1000) - Steve

(13) The oldest form of stringed keyboard instrument, its name means "key-string"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


(-$1600) - Michael

(19) A bet where you select the first- & second-place horses but not their order of finish


$1600 - Michael

(29) The aril or cage around nutmeg is dried to produce this spice, also the name of a medieval weapon


$1600 - Steve

(11) It's where you'll find the Sagan Memorial Station, named for Carl Sagan (it used to be called Pathfinder)


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) He's "number one" among current spy novelists with his WWII-era tales like "Kingdom of Shadows"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(8) Defense attorney Hans Rolfe


$2000 - Michael

(14) (Video of Sarah
in Munich, Germany)

The carillon in Munich's town hall is also called by this German name, for an instrument using metal bars


$2000 - Steve

(20) (Video of Cheryl
in New York City)

The name of this Italian specialty deli meat, similar to bologna, means that it was once seasoned with myrtle berries


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) This dried inner bark of a tropical tree is used to spice up teas & cooked fruit


$2000 - Michael

(15) In 1964
4 Soviet crafts called Elektrons were sent up to measure this radiation belt


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Steve: $17,100
Michael: $10,600
Ann: $200


Final JEOPARDY!

STATE FACTS
Among the inventions to come from this state are Bisquick, rollerblades & Post-it notes

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Ann: $200 + $100
Michael: $10,600 + $10,000
Steve: $17,100 + $4,101


Final Scores
Steve: $21,201 (3-day total of $58,802)
Michael: $20,600
Ann: $300

Steve: $17,400 (28 right, includes 2 DDs & 1 rebound; 3 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Michael: $10,600 (16 right; 5 wrong)
Ann: $200 (4 right; 1 wrong)
Total: $28,200

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