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JEOPARDY! Game - April 5, 2004

Contestants

Bruce Williams, Production manager from Los Angeles, CA
Jenny Taylor, Office manager & record producer from Plainfield, NJ
Chris Miller, Retail specialist from Louisville, KY (Returning 2-day champ with $59,198)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 5, 2004

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

1954
1974

2004
30th Anniversary
PAGANOMICS
THUMB ENCHANTED EVENING
NATIVE AMERICANS
A "GRAM" OF KNOWLEDGE
$200 - Chris

(21) On February 23, this man began innoculating children against polio in Pittsburgh


$200 - Chris

(7) (Video) The tribute issue to her sold over two and a half million copies


$200 - Bruce

(6) The Roman Emperor Julian tried to reinstate paganism after renouncing & suppressing this religion


$200 - Jenny

(26) If you've got one of these, you've got a natural ability to make plants grow well


(-$200) - Chris

(-$200) - Jenny

(16) The book "Weaving the Dream" is the story of Mabel McKay, a renowned Pomo maker of these


$200 - Bruce

(1) Stevie Wonder has won over 20, the first in 1973


(-$400) - Bruce

(-$400) - Jenny

(22) This heavyweight boxing champ defended his title twice in 1954, both times against Ezzard Charles


$400 - Chris

(12) (Video) The headline on the 2002 cover seen here was this word "Renewed"


$400 - Chris

(8) This holiday's rabbit imagery is a holdover from a pagan symbol of rebirth & new life


$400 - Bruce

(27) Abraham Lincoln once had this diminutive Barnum star & his wife over to the White House


$400 - Jenny

(17) An annual commemoration held in Tahlequah, Okla. honors the Cherokee journey known as the "Trail of" these


$400 - Chris

(2) A particular set of language rules


$600 - Chris

(23) 5 Congressmen were shot & wounded in the House by nationalists from this U.S. commonwealth


$600 - Bruce

(13) (Video) Back in 1987, this TV star had the coveted "Sexiest Man Alive" title


$600 - Chris

(9) Before St. Patrick, this plant was a symbol of the 3 aspects of the pagan Irish goddess Brigit


$600 - Jenny

(28) It's a miniature version of an image on a computer screen that when clicked on will load the full-size image


$600 - Jenny

(18) A member of the Kaw tribe of Kansas, Charles Curtis was Vice President under this man from 1929 to 1933


$600 - Chris

(3) A Louisiana State University founded in 1901


$800 - Chris

(24) On May 7, 1954 the French were defeated in this Vietnamese battle & soon withdrew their troops from the country


$800 - Jenny

(14) (Video) In one cover story, this TV news personality discussed her new look


$800 - Chris

(10) (Video) One of the few works with a pagan theme that Michelangelo did was a statue of this god seen here


$800 - Bruce

(29) The "thumb" on the geographic mitten that is Michigan juts into this Great Lake


$800 - Chris

(19) The most commonly spoken Native American language is this one famously used by "code talkers" in World War II


$800 - Chris

(4) It played records at 78 rpm


$1000 - Chris

(25) On September 8 the U.S. formed this alliance with 7 other nations, including Thailand, Australia & the Philippines


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(15) (Video) He's the actor on the right, in the tropical 1980 cover seen here


$1000 - Chris

(11) "Scenes of Pagan Russia" is the subtitle of this composer's "Rite of Spring"


$1000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1800 - Chris

(20) It was the "spectral" central ritual of the Messianic 19th century religion founded by the Paute Wovoka

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


(-$1000) - Bruce

(5) Passed in December 1985, this legislative act was designed to get the national budget balanced


Scores at the first commercial break:
Chris: $5,200
Jenny: $800
Bruce: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $10,200
Jenny: $2,000
Bruce: $800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 5, 2004

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PRIME MINISTERS
FAMOUS WOMEN
CHARACTERS IN PLAYS
GETTING THE "AX"
BERN, BABY, BERN
DISCO IN-FILM-O
$400 - Chris

(6) John Major as PM took his whole salary, not continuing the reduced rate this immediate predecessor took


$400 - Jenny

(9) Columba Bush, born Columba Garnica Gallo in Mexico, is the First Lady of this state


$400 - Jenny

(21) At the end of a Shaw play, she runs off & marries Freddy Eynsford Hill


$400 - Jenny

(8) It's a large aggregate of stars


$400 - Chris

(26) In 1848 Bern replaced this city as the seat of the Swiss Federal Government


$400 - Chris

(1) Tara on "All My Children", Karen Lynn Gorney was a star of this 1977 disco film that could have been
Bee-Gee rated


$800 - Bruce

(7) The current PM of Bulgaria, Simeon Sakskoburggotski, used to be this (as Simeon II)


$800 - Jenny

(10) In 2003 this young woman moved to the New York City area that gave her her name


(-$7000) - Jenny

(22) This plantation owner has 2 sons: Gooper, a lawyer, & Brick, a former football player

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $7000


$800 - Chris

(17) It's the capital of Nova Scotia, eh


(-$800) - Chris

$800 - Jenny

(27) A speedy TGV will take you from this other European capital to Bern in just about
4-1/2 hours


$800 - Bruce

(2) People of the future hoping to save the world time travel back to the disco era in "The Spirit of" this


$1200 - Chris

(14) In 1984 in this country Pieter was Botha PM & President


$1200 - Jenny

(11) (Video) This woman seen here scored the winning goal for the United States in the 1999 World Cup


$1200 - Jenny

(23) Katrin Hanson "remembers" this family member by writing stories about her


$1200 - Bruce

(18) A succinct formulation of a principle or truth


$1200 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$1200) - Jenny

(3) In this 1979 classic, Linda Blair was one of the kids trying to save a rink from destruction


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(15) John Turner's turn as this country's PM lasted a few months in 1984


$1600 - Chris

(12) This former CBS and Fox newswoman seen here joined CNN in the fateful month of September, 2001


(-$1600) - Bruce

$1600 - Jenny

(24) Mad at his Captain, this title Navy Lieutenant dumps the Captain's favorite potted plant overboard


$1600 - Chris

(19) The pattern of formation of sentences or phrases in a language


$1600 - Jenny

(29) Bern librarian & teacher Johann Wyss finished up this shipwreck novel written by his dad


$1600 - Bruce

(4) Steve Guttenberg starred in this 1980 epic that also featured The Village People


$1800 - Chris

(16) Milos Forman is the movie director; Milos Zeman was Prime Minister of this republic

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(13) As head of Hewlett-Packard, she led the fight for HP's merger with Compaq


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) His companion, Harvey, is a Pooka, a fairy spirit in the form of a 6-foot white rabbit


$2000 - Jenny

(20) (Video) It's the small African mammal seen here


$2000 - Bruce

(28) The Bern Convention first adopted in 1886 is an international treaty concerned with this law


$2000 - Jenny

(5) "Last Dance" was the hot hit from this 1978 wonder for more than a weekend, for a whole Donna Summer


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $17,600 (Lock game)
Jenny: $6,200
Bruce: $5,600


Final JEOPARDY!

ROCK GROUPS
This rock group took its name from a Johnny Cash album, whose title came from a Winston Churchill speech

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Bruce: $5,600 -$5,599
Jenny: $6,200 - $6,200
Chris: $17,600 + $5,199


Final Scores
Chris: $22,799 (3-day total of $81,997)
Bruce: $1
Jenny: $0

Chris: $17,000 (23 right, includes 2 DDs; 2 wrong)
Jenny: $13,200 (16 right, includes 2 rebounds; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Bruce: $5,600 (10 right; 3 wrong)
Total: $35,800

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