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JEOPARDY! Game - March 25, 2004

Contestants

Mike Smith, Litigation technology specialist from Potomac, MD
Monica Shafer, Environmental scientist from San Antonio, TX
Jack Rosenzweig, Government attorney from Honolulu, HI (Returning 2-day champ with $50,801)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 25, 2004

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

THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
BIRD, REPTILE OR FELINE
MIND YOUR MANNERS
PEABODY AWARD WINNERS
NOTABLE WOMEN
GERMAN WORDS & PHRASES
$200 - Jack

(1) The name of this religion predominant in Haiti is an African-derived word for "god" or "spirit"


$200 - Mike

(9) The Gila monster


$200 - Mike

(6) When "The Star-Spangled Banner" is played, foreigners as well as Americans should do this


$200 - Monica

(26) 1996 was a good year for Fox as 2 of its shows won: "The X-Files" & this animated series


$200 - Jack

(14) In 1944 a Liberty ship was named in honor of this Underground Railroad leader


$200 - Mike

(16) If your command of the German language is poor, it wouldn't hurt to ask, "Sprechen sie Englisch?", which means this


(-$400) - Monica

(-$400) - Jack

(-$400) - Mike

(2) This small Mexican state's "saucy" name is Indian for "damp earth", not "hot pepper"


$400 - Mike

(10) The catamount


$400 - Mike

(7) Etiquette experts say it's okay between courses or after the meal to put these body parts on the table


$400 - Mike

(27) This show whose theme is heard here copped an award for 1981


$400 - Jack

(15) Dorothy Hansine Andersen identified this disease abbreviated CF & devised a test to diagnose it


(-$400) - Jack

$400 - Monica

(19) Literally meaning "little woman", it once meant "Miss", but many modern German women now find it offensive


$1000 - Jack

(3) Canada's southernmost point lies on Middle Island in this Great Lake

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000

$600 - Mike

(11) The auk


(-$600) - Mike

$600 - Jack

(8) "Etiquette for Dummies" says an index finger flat against your upper lip may forestall one of these


$600 - Jack

(28) A tour she gave of her home in 1962 won a Peabody


$600 - Mike

(17) Reaching for the stars, in 1865 Maria Mitchell became Vassar's first professor of this science


$600 - Mike

(20) Germans call this holiday Neujahrstag


$800 - Triple Stumper

(4) Argentines call residents of this port city "Portenos", which means "people of the port"


$800 - Mike

(12) The adder


$800 - Monica

(24) If you have ESP or your phone has this, it's okay to answer the phone greeting the person by name


$800 - Jack

(29) The Program for Youth Award for 1960 went to this game show sponsored by GE


$800 - Monica

(18) While living in Europe, she was asked to help introduce the Red Cross to America, & she did


$800 - Monica

(22) If you order schwarzen kaffee mit sahne in a restaurant, you'll get coffee with this


$1000 - Mike

(5) The West Indian island of Aruba is a self-governing part of this European country


$1000 - Monica

(13) The pintail


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) At a formal dinner, don't sit until the host, hostess or this person does


$1000 - Mike

(30) She produced & starred in 1974's Peabody Award-winning "Free To Be ... You & Me"


$1000 - Monica

(21) Grace Hopper was perhaps best known for co-developing this computer language used in business


$1000 - Monica

(23) You'd better not drive the wrong direction down an einbahnstrasse, which is this


Scores at the first commercial break:
Mike: $2,600
Jack: $2,000
Monica: $600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Monica: $5,600
Mike: $5,400
Jack: $3,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 25, 2004

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U.S. GOVERNMENT
NATIONAL COATS OF ARMS
BIG SCREEN TITLE PAIRS
NEFERTITI TIME
WHAT A BODY!
"Z"OWEE!
$400 - Mike

(1) A President "shall have the power to grant reprieves and" these "for offenses against the United States"


$400 - Jack

(19) The shield on this country's coat of arms is supported by a European woman & a Maori chieftain


$400 - Monica

(2) 1989:
"... and Misdemeanors"


$400 - Jack

(26) Nefertiti's stepson was this boy king who became Pharaoh at about the age of 9


$400 - Monica

(16) As a prefix, this facial feature means "fat"; so maybe giving someone a fat one is redundant


$400 - Jack

(11) This German Count launched his first airship in 1900


$800 - Mike

(7) Border & Transportation Security is 1 of the 5 divisions of this department headed by Tom Ridge


$800 - Mike

(20) This object appears on Switzerland's coat of arms as well as its flag


$800 - Monica

(3) 1971:
"... and Broomsticks"


$800 - Mike

(27) An inscribed golden one of these bugs suggests that Nefertiti briefly ruled in her own right


$800 - Monica

(17) 3 cuneiform bones along with the metatarsals help form each of these foot parts that may leave you flat


$800 - Monica

(12) Anthony Quinn won an Oscar for playing the brother of this Mexican revolutionary


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(8) Article 7 of the U.S. Constitution required that this many of the 13 states ratify it to put it into effect


$1200 - Mike

(23) Its coat of arms bears the motto "Unity through diversity", not "Beware of the Komodo dragon"


$1200 - Jack

(4) 1959:
"... and Sheba"


(-$1200) - Monica

$1200 - Mike

(28) Some historians speculated that a mummy found at location KV35 in this valley may prove to be Nefertiti


$1200 - Jack

(18) If you want to make a protein, the instructions can be found in this in your genes


$1200 - Jack

(13) (Video) Wearing the traditional garb of his people, a chief of this 8 million-strong group is seen here


$1600 - Mike

(9) Of the current Supreme Court Justices, he has served the longest -- 32 years


$2000 - Mike

(24) Its coat of arms shows the Isthmus of Panama, which was once a part of it

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Mike

(5) 1992:
"... and Away"


(-$1600) - Monica

(29) The famous painted bust of Nefertiti is housed in the Egyptian Museum of this European capital city


$1600 - Mike

(21) Vitamin D is activated when the skin is exposed to this radiation


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(14) Though they might have called her "Buttons", this was Moses' wife's name


(-$1500) - Mike

(10) This standing committee in the House of Representatives deals with tax bills

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1500


$2000 - Mike

(25) Costa Rica's coat of arms features these 2 bodies of water


$2000 - Jack

(6) 1982:
"... and Treacle"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) Nefertiti's husband was this Pharaoh, one of the 1st in history to establish a monotheistic religion


(-$2000) - Mike

$2000 - Monica

(22) Bradycardia refers to a slow resting heartbeat; this is the opposite, a fast one


$2000 - Mike

(15) Marilyn Sitzman, this man's secretary, braced him as he filmed JFK's assassination


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Mike: $17,900
Jack: $9,800
Monica: $8,000


Final JEOPARDY!

INTERNATIONAL PLAYWRIGHTS
(Video of Jimmy at the Yale Repertory Theatre)
During apartheid, this man chose to premier several of his plays, including "A Place with the Pigs," here at Yale

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Monica: $8,000 - $7,500
Jack: $9,800 - $9,700
Mike: $17,900 - $1,800


Final Scores
Mike: $16,100
Monica: $500
Jack: $100

Mike: $19,000 (24 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Jack: $9,400 (14 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 2 wrong)
Monica: $8,000 (14 right, includes 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
Total: $36,400

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