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JEOPARDY! Game - April 29, 2004

Contestants

Don Kraft, Emergency physician from Huntington, WV
Nancy Floyd, Statistician from Lexington, SC
Dave Stern, Accountant from Columbus, OH (Returning 1-day champ with $18,800)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 29, 2004

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

STATE MOTTOES
MUSICAL THEATRE
GROUPS
PROBE ABILITY
SOUVENIRS & COLLECTIBLES
"C" WORLD
$200 - Don

(13) "Sic semper tyrannis
(Thus always to tyrants)"


$200 - Dave

(18) We don't want to spoil it for you, but near the end of "Les Mis" Inspector Javert throws himself into this river


$200 - Dave

(6) As well as a group in the old West aiding the sheriff, it can be your bunch of pals from the neighborhood


$200 - Dave

(11) The USA's Surveyor space probes were sent to survey this object in advance of the manned landings there


$200 - Dave

(30) Disney sells a cuckoo clock based on original drawings just like the one in this woodcarver's shop


$200 - Dave

(1) Opened in 1934, world-famous Tavern on the Green is found in this green area of New York City


$400 - Don

(14) "Eureka!
(I have found it!)"


$400 - Don

(19) In 1997 Marie Osmond made her B'way debut as Anna in a revival of this Rodgers & Hammerstein show


$1000 - Dave

(7) It's a nickname for baseball's Cleveland Indians

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$400 - Don

(12) In December 1970 the space probe Venera 7 touched down on this planet


$400 - Don

(29) The water tower is one of this city's attractions found inside a musical snow globe that plays "My Kinda Town"


$400 - Nancy

(2) Taiwan honors this ancient philosopher every year on September 28


$600 - Dave

(15) "Live free or die"


$600 - Don

(20) Cassie is the talented terpsichorean who sings "The Music and the Mirror" in this popular musical


$600 - Dave

(8) Murderous right-wing groups that roamed El Salvador in the 1980s were called "death" these


$600 - Don

(23) (Video) In 1984, the Soviet Union launched the Vega 1 and Vega 2 probes to study this object seen here


$600 - Triple Stumper

(28) (Video) For the sports fan, how about a replica of this famous venue seen here


$600 - Nancy

(3) This Caribbean dance style shares its name with a nymph who kept Odysseus on her island for 7 years


$800 - Don

(16) "Excelsior
(Ever upward)"


$800 - Dave

(21) New York said fangs, but no fangs to "Dance of the Vampires" even though it starred this famed ex-"Phantom"


$800 - Triple Stumper

(9) A mother fowl's group of young, or what she does when she worries about them


$800 - Dave

(24) In 1996 a space probe named after this Italian astronomer gathered data from Jupiter's natural satellites


$800 - Dave

(27) The gift shop at this memorial sells Black Hills gold jewelry as well as beanie dolls of several Presidents


$800 - Don

(4) (Video of Cheryl
at the Reichstag
in Berlin, Germany)

The Nazis blamed the 1933 Reichstag fire on this political group, but may well have set it themselves


$1000 - Don

(17) "Montani semper liberi
(Mountaineers are always free)"


$1000 - Dave

(22) (Video of Sofia
at the Nederlander
Theatre in NYC)

"Out Tonight" is performed here at the Nederlander Theatre in this Jonathan Larson musical


$1000 - Dave

(10) It can mean "one", or a group of soldiers, like the 326th Engineer Battalion


$1000 - Don

(25) This university's jet propulsion laboratory controls many of the space probes launched by NASA


$1000 - Don

(26) From the National Atomic Museum you can get a real but non-working one of these radioactivity detectors


$1000 - Dave

(5) Pollux could have fed some of this oil to his brother of the same name


Scores at the first commercial break:
Dave: $4,800
Don: $3,600
Nancy: $1,000

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Dave: $8,600
Don: $7,600
Nancy: $1,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 29, 2004

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SYLVESTER STALLONE
ROCKY
GONNA "FLY" NOW
ASSASSINS
CLIFFHANGER
RIMBAUD
$400 - Dave

(1) This 1982 Stallone film introduced Rambo, a Vietnam vet & former Green Beret


$400 - Don

(6) Until the 20th century, Great Britain led the world in the production of this fuel


$400 - Dave

(16) Proverbially, "Straighten up &" do this


$400 - Don

(8) In March 2003 his assassin, Sirhan Sirhan, was denied parole for the 12th time


$400 - Dave

(21) On a clear day, you can see Calais, France from this chalky English landmark


$400 - Dave

(26) Arthur Rimbaud was just 15 when his first poem appeared in a review published in this world capital


$800 - Dave

(2) In "Rocky III" Sly regains "The Eye of the Tiger" training for a rematch with Clubber Lang, played by this man


$5000 - Don

(7) If a sculptor has lost his marble, he's lost this one of the 3 main types of rock

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $5000


$800 - Dave

(17) A boxer up to 112 pounds


$800 - Dave

(9) Nathuram Godse's assassination of this man in 1948 set off riots in Bombay & other cities


$800 - Don

(22) A cave beneath a cliff in Cornwall, England is said to house the final resting place of this sorcerer


$800 - Dave

(27) Arthur wrote an anti-clerical, semi-pornographic poem about his sister's "first" one of these church ceremonies


$1200 - Dave

(3) Stallone was married to this Danish beauty when she starred in "Cobra" with him


$1200 - Dave

(13) The greatest difference in hardness between 2 Mohs scale neighbors is between corundum (9) & this (10)


$1200 - Dave

(18) High-aiming standard heard here


$1200 - Don

(10) At a wedding in 336 B.C., a young nobleman named Pausanias killed this father of Alexander the Great


$1200 - Don

(23) New Jersey's Palisades Park on this river features 500-foot cliffs that rise from the water's edge


$1200 - Dave

(28) Rimbaud's sonnet to this alphabet quintet begins, "A black, E white, I red, U green, O blue"


$1600 - Dave

(4) Dolly Parton teaches cabbie Stallone to be a country singer in this "gem" from 1984


$1600 - Dave

(14) Argentite, made up partly of this metal, is found in veins of it


$1600 - Don

(19) In this activity, the hooks can be decorated with feathers to make them look like insects


$4000 - Don

(11) Hoping for new ties with Egypt, in 2003 Iran renamed a street that had honored Khaled Islambouli, this president's killer

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $4000


$1600 - Don

(24) This Mexican resort city is noted for performers who dive from the Quebrada Cliffs


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) Done with poetry at age 20, Arthur moved to Africa & sold guns to Menelik, future Emperor of this country


$2000 - Nancy

(5) In a 1989 action comedy, Stallone was Tango & he was Cash


(-$2000) - Don

(15) The Romans wove this mineral into cremation cloth; later it was used in brake linings


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) The first page in a hardbound book


$2000 - Nancy

(12) The one local doctor who might have saved this Kingfish's life was the man who supposedly shot him, Carl Weiss


$2000 - Dave

(25) There are 4 colossal statues of this "great" pharaoh carved out of a sandstone cliff at Abu Simbel, Egypt


$2000 - Nancy

(30) Paul Gauguin had a razor-wielding confrontation with Van Gogh; this poet named Paul shot Rimbaud in the arm


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Dave: $23,400
Don: $21,800
Nancy: $7,000


Final JEOPARDY!

MYTHOLOGICAL NAMES
His name means "the glory of" a certain goddess, & he built shrines to that goddess

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Nancy: $7,000 - $6,000
Don: $21,800 + $7,000
Dave: $23,400 - $0


Final Scores
Don: $28,800
Dave: $23,400
Nancy: $1,000

Dave: $22,800 (29 right, includes 1 DD; 0 wrong)
Don: $15,200 (21 right, includes 2 DDs; 1 wrong)
Nancy: $7,000 (5 right; 0 wrong)
Total: $45,000

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