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JEOPARDY! Game - April 7, 2004

Contestants

Diana Wynne, Writer & producer from San Francisco, CA
Glenn Howes, Software engineer from Nashua, NH
Chris Miller, Retail specialist from Louisville, KY (Returning 4-day champ with $111,196)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 7, 2004

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

PIECES OF APRIL
NAME THE OLYMPIC SPORT
WHERE AM I?
CIGARETTE LORE
People Magazine
"P" & "P"
$200 - Diana

(12) This silversmith made an historic midnight ride April 18, 1775


$200 - Chris

(6) Shorts, 10 or 12-ounce gloves, protective headgear


$200 - Chris

(25) (Video of Sofia) I'm in this city, often called the Queen of the Adriatic


$200 - Chris

(26) After complaints that it attracted young smokers, R.J. Reynolds dropped this animated animal character


$200 - Diana

(13) June 30, 2003:
This Royal vies with movie stars to top the list of the "25 hottest bachelors"


$200 - Glenn

(1) In other words, a slumberwear celebration


(-$400) - Chris

$400 -Diana

(20) Bob Ford collected a reward after shooting this man dead April 3, 1882


$400 - Chris

(7) Landing area, crossbar, long flexible staff


(-$400) - Glenn

(-$400) - Diana

$400 - Chris

(24) (Video of Cheryl) I'm in this European city at a monument inspired by the Acropolis


(-$400) - Glenn

$400 - Diana

(27) In the old West, a "prayer book" was a cowboy's book of these cigarette-making accessories


$400 - Chris

(14) Nov. 6, 1978:
This ex-urban guerrilla "From inside prison, the exclusive story of her romance with her bodyguard"


(-$400) - Diana

(2) A small stitch used in embroidery, its name is French for "small stitch"


$600 - Chris

(10) On April 30, 1900 he died bravely with one hand on the brake lever of the Cannonball Express


$600 - Chris

(8) A sled weighing no more than 50 pounds, a steep hill, nerves of steel


(-$600) - Diana

(17) If I'm standing nervously under the "Torre Pendente", I'm in this Italian city on the Arno River


$600 - Chris

(28) Act I of a Bizet opera takes place in a Seville square near a cigarette factory where this title character works


$600 - Chris

(15) May 8, 1989:
Chemist Stanley Pons stirs up science "with his stunning claim to have achieved" this


$600 - Chris

(3) If you want to produce your CD where Prince produces his, rent a studio here in Chanhassen, Minnesota


$2200 - Diana

(21) At an auction in April 1978, one of these books sold for $2 million, then a record for a printed book

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2200


$800 - Diana

(9) 2 teams of 6, an over 7-foot-high net


(-$800) - Chris

$800 - Diana

(18) (Video of Cheryl
at the Tennis
Hall of Fame)

I'm in this Rhode Island city that's home to the International Tennis Hall of Fame


$800 - Chris

(29) On a tour of Europe, Annie Oakley once shot a cigarette from the mouth of this future German Kaiser


$800 - Diana

(16) (Video) In 1997, People was on the crime beat with this victim


$800 - Chris

(4) If a pencil pusher worries so much over his books that he becomes miserly, he turns into one of these


(-$1000) - Diana

(22) On April 7, 1805 Beethoven premiered this symphony that was inspired by Napoleon


$1000 - Glenn

(11) Floor area, bodysuit, a ball, a hoop or a ribbon


$1000 - Chris

(19) (Video of Sarah) I'm in this city that Fedex picked as its headquarters due to its location and good weather


$1000 - Chris

(30) In addition to jeweled Easter eggs, this famous Russian goldsmith designed cigarette boxes & carved animals


(-$1000) - Glenn

(23) April 2, 1990:
Hollywood stars protest this pesticide "which comes in on Medfly wings and a sprayer"


$1000 - Glenn

(5) A government that spends in order to increase income & employment is doing this


Scores at the first commercial break:
Chris: $4,200
Glenn: $2,200
Diana: $1,600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $7,200
Diana: $3,400
Glenn: $400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 7, 2004

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BALLET
FILMS OF THE '50s
IT'S A GAS
ANIMALS, ANIMALS, ANIMALS
MYTH, ALL "O", GEE!
BACKWORDS
$400 - Chris

(29) In 1973 Twyla Tharp choreographed "Deuce Coupe" for the Joffrey Ballet with music by this group


$400 - Diana

(30) Bette Davis starred in this 1950 movie about theatrical backstabbing


$400 - Glenn

(1) When you squirt whipped cream from an aerosol can, this laughing gas often used as an anesthetic is the propellant


$400 - Diana

(20) The DC-9 owned by Hugh Hefner was nicknamed the Big this


$400 - Chris

(14) You had to mount this mountain to visit Zeus at home


$400 - Glenn

(6) I'll flog the next person who tells me how relaxing this game is


$800 - Chris

(28) In 1980 Marjorie Tallchief helped this older sister found the Chicago City Ballet


$800 - Diana

(11) In "And God Created Woman" Jean-Louis Trintignant has his hands full with this 18-year-old bride


$800 - Chris

(2) This marsh gas is the chief substance in firedamp, a gas that causes mine explosions


$800 - Diana

(27) It's the row in Charleston, South Carolina in which "Porgy & Bess" is set


$800 - Chris

(16) Ulysses is an alternative name for this Greek hero


$800 - Diana

(7) This school probably makes students bring a doctor's note to get out of cricket practice


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(25) A prima ballerina is the star female dancer of a ballet company; this French term refers to the star male dancer


$1200 - Glenn

(8) Married couple Henry & Phoebe Ephron wrote "Desk Set", starring this real-life couple


$1200 - Glenn

(3) Automobiles are equipped with catalytic converters that convert carbon monoxide into this gas


$1200 - Glenn

(26) Mizaru, Mikazaru & Mazaru are this impaired monkey trio


$1200 - Glenn

(17) A musician & a poet, he married Eurydice


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(9) The monarch sipped a Yuengling one of these brews with his customary regal air


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) This touring group exhibited a Russian spirit, but never performed in Russia; it broke up after Diaghilev's death


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(12) In poetry these "lead but to the grave"; they're also the title of a Stanley Kubrick war film


$1600 - Chris

(4) This gas, atomic no. 2, is used as a tracer in detecting leaks in gas lines


(-$1600) - Chris

(22) The Waltons had a pet one named Myrtle; Tad Lincoln's were named Nanny & Nanko


$1600 - Chris

(18) This king of the fairies appears in works by Wieland & Shakespeare


$1600 - Diana

(10) You'll never get this large crucifix through the door


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(23) In 1990 Mark Morris & Baryshnikov founded this "Project", a touring company


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(13) Deborah Kerr is seen here in this film recently remade with Julianne Moore
Dialogue:
Van Johnson: So this is the end of the 3 days we hoped for together.
Deborah Kerr: Yes. The end.


(-$1600) - Chris

(5) This gas, when combined with oxygen, is used to cut & weld metal

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1600


(-$2000) - Diana

(21) An arctophile collects these toys


$1800 - Chris

(19) His cult centers included Abydos in Upper Egypt & Busiris in Lower Egypt

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


$2000 - Chris

(15) 'Ere, give that bloke a tenner to get some of this so we can make cheese


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $14,200 (Lock game)
Diana: $6,200
Glenn: $6,000


Final JEOPARDY!

NOVELS
First published in 1897, this novel wasn't translated into Romanian until 1992

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Glenn: $6,000 + $6,000
Diana: $6,200 + $6,000
Chris: $14,200 - $1,799


Final Scores
Chris: $12,401 (5-day total of $123,597)
Diana: $12,200
Glenn: $12,000

Chris: $16,000 (24 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Glenn: $6,000 (9 right; 3 wrong)
Diana: $4,800 (14 right, includes 1 DD & 3 rebounds; 5 wrong)
Total: $26,800

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