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JEOPARDY! Game - March 22, 2004

Contestants

Daniel Black, Bellman from Las Vegas, NV
Brian G. Hartz, Director & actor from Indianapolis, IN
Sonja Srinivasan, Education consultant & musician from San Diego, CA (Returning 1-day champ with $5,800)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 22, 2004

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

U.S. CITIES
ROLLING STONE'S 100 GREATEST GUITARISTS
THE LENIN CLOSET
POTPOURRI
MAGAZINES
ABBREVIATED
(-$200) - Daniel

$200 - Brian

$200 - Sonja

(1) Its nicknames include "The Athens of America" & "The Cradle of Liberty"


$200 - Daniel

(11) Who was no. 50? This Who guitarist, that's who


$200 - Brian

(9) Lenin got a degree in this in 1891, then went on to court a lot of trouble


$200 - Daniel

(7) In 2001 Sweden & the U.S. honored this award's 100th anniversary with a set of postage stamps


$200 - Brian

(6) As the old saying goes, "An ounce of" this magazine "is worth a pound of cure"


$200 - Daniel

(26) A "green" government group:
EPA


(-$400) - Brian

$400 - Daniel

(2) When Oregon became a state in 1895, this city on the Willamette River was already the capital


$400 - Daniel

(12) Not surprisingly this legendary guitarist who colored the '60s with songs like "Purple Haze" came in at no. 1


$400 - Triple Stumper

(10) Lenin met his wife Nadezhda while exiled here


$400 - Brian

(8) Select Comfort Corporation makes these with adjustable firmness


$400 - Daniel

(16) In Nov. 2003 Judge Ira Gammerman said neither side would get damages from the demise of this celeb's magazine


$400 - Daniel

(27) High ranking business operative:
CFO


$600 - Brian

(3) Benjamin Franklin Parkway & the Franklin Institute Science Museum are in this city


$600 - Daniel

(13) It's said of no. 3, "His string-bending & vibrato made his famous guitar, Lucille, weep like a real-life woman"


$1000 - Brian

(20) When Russian Marxism split into 2 factions, Lenin led this "majority" group

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Daniel

(23) On an NHL rink, it's the color of the center line


$600 - Sonja

(17) For its Dec. 2003 issue, the U.S. Marie Claire put its first man on its cover, this star of "The Last Samurai"


$600 - Brian

(28) An international alliance:
EU


$800 - Brian

(4) According to a song by Ian Hunter, it "rocks"
(Must be why the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is there)


$800 - Daniel

(14) His "smooth" guitar strains earned him a place at no. 15


$800 - Daniel

(21) Lenin spent WWI in this country, but he was far from neutral on the subject


$800 - Triple Stumper

(24) In 2003 a nationwide Free Slurpee Day was on this date


$800 - Brian

(18) In titles, this word follows Southern, Country & Martha Stewart


$800 - Sonja

(29) On an accountant's calendar:
FY


$1000 - Sonja

(5) Located in this city's Garden District, Commander's Palace features a jazz brunch on weekends


$1000 - Sonja

(15) Surprisingly, only 2 women made the list: Joni Mitchell & this leader of The Blackhearts


(-$1000) - Brian

(22) When Lenin returned to Russia in 1917 he did it in a "sealed" one of these


$1000 - Brian

(25) This flower got its name from the belief that bees got a sweet substance out of it


$1000 - Brian

(19) Marilyn Vos Savant's column appears in this magazine that comes with Sunday newspapers


$1000 - Brian

(30) Sometimes you get extras with one of these:
DVD


Scores at the first commercial break:
Daniel: $2,400
Sonja: $2,200
Brian: $2,000
(Originally $1,600. The judges reversed a ruling on a $200 clue.)

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Brian: $6,400
Daniel: $4,800
Sonja: $3,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 22, 2004

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POETS
THE YEAR IN SPORTS
FAMOUS JACQUES
WORLD COINS
MEDICINE
"SIDE" EFFECTS
$400 - Sonja

(7) This "Howl" poet's father was also a poet & the 2 would perform public readings together


$400 - Sonja

(26) Bruce Jenner & Ray Leonard were American Olympic champs in this red, white & blue year


$400 - Brian

(6) His 1959 film "The Golden Fish" won him an Oscar


$400 - Sonja

(1) Its 1-shekel coin features a flower taken from a Judean coin during the Persian period


$400 - Sonja

(20) A pseudofolliculitis barbae is an "ingrown" one of these


$400 - Brian

(14) Manner assumed by good doctors


$800 - Sonja

(8) In 1953 his Norton lectures at Harvard were published as
"i: six nonlectures"


$800 - Daniel

(27) It was the year of Babe Ruth's career high in home runs


$800 - Sonja

(12) In 1995 he succeeded Francois Mitterrand


$800 - Daniel

(2) In 1999 the Cook Islands issued a half dollar coin featuring this Jim Davis comic strip title character


$800 - Sonja

(22) Adding these charged particles to the air is supposed to reduce blood pressure & relieve headaches


$800 - Brian

(15) You can get an 18-pound collection of every one of these Gary Larson cartoons


$1200 - Sonja

(9) She considered publishing "Sonnets from the Portuguese" as "Sonnets Translated from the Bosnian"


$3000 - Daniel

(28) (Video of Jimmy
at the Indianapolis Speedway)

The Noc-Out Hose Clamp Special was the winning car at Indianapolis in this year. The race was cancelled the next 4 years

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$1200 - Daniel

(13) Much of France's 16th century Canadian claim was based on his explorations


$1200 - Daniel

(3) In 1999 it issued its 1-oz. silver kookaburra coin with honor marks reproducing several U.S. state quarters


$1200 - Sonja

(23) Symbolized Ba, this element is put in your body, one way or another, to be seen on x-rays


$1200 - Daniel

(16) A trial judge may call this conference with the attorneys, out of the jury's hearing


$1000 - Sonja

(10) After his death in 1821, a fellow poet wrote that he was fragile & was "killed off by one critique"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) In this, his final year, Ted Williams became one of the few Major Leaguers to play in 4 decades


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(19) He painted The Death of Marat & he himself died in exile in Brussels


$1600 - Brian

(4) All of Ireland's coins feature this musical instrument on one side


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) Yes, she developed a scoring system in 1952 to aid in determining a newborn's health


$1600 - Brian

(17) Economists also know it as Reaganomics


(-$2000) - Brian

(11) In 1857 this "Old Ironsides" poet & others founded
The Atlantic Monthly


$2000 - Daniel

(30) Super Bowl XXXVIII was in 2004; this was the year of Super Bowl I


$2000 - Sonja

(21) He composed both "The Tales of Hoffmann" & that scandalous "Cancan" music


$2000 - Brian

(5) In 2001 Russia issued a coin with his portrait to commemorate the 40th anniversary of manned space flight


(-$2000) - Brian

(25) Nitroglycerin is an example of this type of drug that widens blood vessels


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(18) Show that includes "Comedy Tonight", "Company" & "Send in the Clowns"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Daniel: $15,000
Sonja: $13,000
Brian: $9,200


Final JEOPARDY!

FAMOUS FELINES
He made his debut in the 1945 short film "Life with Feathers"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Brian: $9,200 + $9,200
Sonja: $13,000 + $5,450
Daniel: $15,000 - $11,000


Final Scores
Sonja: $18,450 (2-day total of $24,250)
Brian: $18,400
Daniel: $4,000

Sonja: $13,600 (16 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Daniel: $13,200 (18 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Brian: $8,800 (18 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 4 wrong)
Total: $35,600

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