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JEOPARDY! Game - May 5, 2004

Kids Week Contestants

Tucker Warner from Fredericksburg, VA
Leatrice Potter from Olney, IL
Okey Chikezie from Egg Harbor Township, NJ

JEOPARDY! Round - May 5, 2004

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

FRANKLIN, BEN FRANKLIN
PARTS OF THE WHOLE
THE SOUTH OF ...
SPORTS
THINGS TO DO WITH CARROTS
BEGINS & ENDS IN "D"
$200 - Okey

(14) In October 1723 Franklin arrived in this city that would be his home base for the rest of his life


$200 - Okey

(12) Frame,
pedals,
handlebars


$200 - Leatrice

(18) Tucson, the second-largest city in this state, is about 100 miles south of its largest city, Phoneix


$200 - Okey

(1) In this game, an entry sport to baseball, the batter hits the ball that rests atop a tube


$200 - Tucker

(7) Have your mom cut your carrots into these for your lunchbox & you can play a "pick up" game with them


$200 - Leatrice

(6) Father


$400 - Tucker

(25) Ben Franklin, on top of things as always, suggested this seasonal clock change system back in 1784


$400 - Okey

(13) End zones,
50-yard line,
goalposts


$400 - Tucker

(19) The south side of this city is where the White Sox call home


$400 - Okey

(2) (Video of Sofia
at the Nat'l. Bowling Stadium
in Reno, NV)

Oops! In bowling, it's the one place you don't want to throw your ball


$400 - Tucker

(23) A man named Mel Blanc crunched carrots while providing the voice of this carrot-loving rabbit


$400 - Leatrice

(8) A feat or exploit; usually a praiseworthy act


(-$600) - Leatrice

(28) In 1744 Franklin was really cookin' when he invented a cast-iron one of these that you could install in your fireplace


$600 - Tucker

(15) Operating system,
central processing unit,
mouse


$1000 - Tucker

(20) The region of Calabria occupies the "toe" of this nation; Apulia, the "heel" (& Tuscany, the thigh)

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Tucker

(3) It's the sport played professionally by Andre Agassi


$600 - Leatrice

(24) In February 1999 people in Bethel, Maine made one 113 feet tall with an 8-foot-long "carrot" nose


$600 - Leatrice

(9) This term refers to a bomb or explosive that fails to detonate


$800 - Tucker

(29) Joseph Priestley was so "charged" after meeting Ben, he wrote "The History and Present State of" this phenomenon


$800 - Triple Stumper

(16) Clothes basket,
temperature selector,
agitator


$800 - Tucker

(21) Wallabies & wombats abound in the state called "South" this country


$800 - Okey

(4) What the Europeans call Association Football, we call this


$800 - Okey

(26) This popular dessert is usually topped with a cream cheese frosting


$800 - Leatrice

(10) "Wiener Dogs on Parade", featuring this breed, is a part of Ashland, Oregon's annual 4th of July parade


$1000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$1000) - Okey

$1000 - Leatrice

(17) Cylinders,
crankshaft,
pistons


$1000 - Tucker

(22) Oslo is in the south of this country whose north is above the Arctic Circle


$1000 - Tucker

(5) In golf it's the proper word to yell when your ball is headed toward another player


$1000 - Leatrice

(27) Carrots go into one version of this side dish, shredded cabbage & a mayonnaise-based sauce


$1000 - Leatrice

(11) This shepherd's name appears more than 1,000 times in the Old & New Testaments


Scores at the first commercial break:
Leatrice: $3,000
Tucker: $2,400
Okey: $2,200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Tucker: $7,200
Leatrice: $5,200
Okey: $2,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - May 5, 2004

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CHARACTERS IN BOOKS
BOARD GAMES
U.S. GOVERNMENT
MALL OF AMERICA
EXPLORERS
VOCABULARY TEST
$400 - Okey

(6) He's "You-know-who", the evil wizard, "He-who-must-not-be-named" in the Harry Potter books


$400 - Tucker

(1) It's the board game in which you could be ordered to "Go directly to jail, do not pass Go, do not collect $200"


$400 - Tucker

(7) Ratified in 1971, the 26th Amendment to the Constitution lowered the voting age to this


$400 - Leatrice

(25) First off, maybe you & mom should get a comfortable pair of sneakers from the "Kids" & "Lady" divisions of this store


$400 - Okey

(15) After moving to Spain in 1485, he used Colon, the Spanish version of his name


$400 - Tucker

(12) The word hankie is short for this; now wipe your nose


$800 - Okey

(8) (Video) A favorite of early readers, he's the beloved oversized pet seen here


$800 - Tucker

(2) (Video) It's the popular game invented in 1948; and what do you mean, "Trebek" isn't allowed?


$800 - Tucker

(21) With 53 Congressmen, this state has more representatives in the House than any other


$800 - Tucker

(27) For lunch, drop by the Rainforest Cafe or grab a Whopper from this fast food chain


$800 - Tucker

(16) In May 1953 Edmund Hillary was on top of the world, or at least on top of this highest mountain


$800 - Triple Stumper

(13) Rearrange the letters in adobe to come up with this word for a home


$1200 - Leatrice

(9) With a little imagination & his purple crayon, he can go anywhere: the circus, even outer space


$1200 - Tucker

(3) In this "checkers" game, the board is a 6-pointed star, & every player starts with 10 marbles


$2000 - Tucker

(22) A plow is depicted on the seal of this Cabinet department created in 1862

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


(-$1200) - Okey

$1200 - Tucker

(28) At Cereal Adventure, you'll go cuckoo for the Chocolate Canyon attraction named for this cereal


(-$1200) - Okey

(17) Falsely accused of treason, this discover of the Pacific Ocean was beheaded in 1519


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(14) Pronounced one way, it's an injury; pronounced another, it can mean turned & tightened, like certain clocks


$1600 - Tucker

(10) A monkey named Mr. Nilsson often rides on the shoulder of this freckle-faced orphan with crazy red pigtails


$1600 - Okey

(4) The object of this game with a 4-letter name is to occupy every country & thus conquer the world


$1600 - Okey

(23) In 1917 the people of this U.S. commonwealth in the Caribbean became naturalized citizens


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$3000 - Tucker

(18) In 1514 this explorer received a royal commission to colonize Florida

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(20) It can mean to scrape the surface of the skin, or to feed out in the pasture


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(11) Felicity, a Colonial lass, & Addy, who escaped slavery, are 2 of the delightful females in this book series


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(5) (Video of Sofia
& Jimmy playing
a game)

We've only got 5 minutes each to make all our moves in this game with a 2-word name


$2000 - Okey

(24) The Supreme Court has a Chief Justice & this many Associate Justices


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(19) (Video) Yes sir! This Englishman seen here, who completed a round-the-world voyage, was knighted in 1581


$2000 - Tucker

(26) Spelled differently, it can be a daisy, or a baking ingredient


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tucker: $22,600 (Lock game)
Leatrice: $6,800
Okey: $6,400


Final JEOPARDY!

CLASSIC MOVIES
A 35-foot-long muslin stocking was used to create the cyclone for this 1939 film

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Okey: $6,400 + $3,000
Leatrice: $6,800 + $6,000
Tucker: $22,600 - $3,000


Final Scores
Tucker: $19,600
Leatrice: $12,800
Okey: $9,400

Tucker: $20,000 (24 right, includes 3 DDs & 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Leatrice: $6,800 (11 right, includes 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Okey: $6,400 (13 right; 3 wrong)
Total: $33,200

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