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JEOPARDY! Game - May 6, 2004

Kids Week Contestants

Marshall Tan from Gaithersburg, MD
Guy Tabachnick from New York, NY
Robin Kutner from Newtown, PA

JEOPARDY! Round - May 6, 2004

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

"A" IN HISTORY
PUPPY LOVE
SIMPLY GEOGRAPHIC
OUR FLAG
HIT SONGS
RHYMES WITH RHYME
$200 - Guy

(3) The youngest branch of the U.S. military, it was created soon after World War II


$200 - Robin

(22) The most basic command; you may have to push down on the dog's hindquarters to teach it


$200 - Robin

(1) It's the smallest continent


$200 - Guy

(8) In 1870 William J. Canby claimed this woman, his grandmother, made the first U.S. flag; few now support his claim


$200 - Robin

(18) This song by Christina Aguilera says, "You are" this, "no matter what they say" & "in every single way"


$200 - Guy

(13) One tenth of a buck


$400 - Guy

(4) This empire ruled in what is now Mexico during the 1400s & early 1500s


$400 - Robin

(23) Many puppies first meet this professional at age 8 weeks, for worming & shots


$400 - Guy

(2) It's the continent where you'll find the countries of Mauritania, Equatorial Guinea & Zambia


$400 - Robin

(12) It's the total number of red stripes on the American flag


$400 - Guy

(25) This teen from Orlando proved that she was "So Real" with hits like "Candy"


$400 - Guy

(14) A small citrus fruit


$600 - Marshall

(5) On Sept. 2, 1864 General Sherman captured this city, subsequently burning much of it to the ground


$600 - Marshall

(24) (Video) A puppy of this dogged breed of dog is seen here


$600 - Robin

(9) Lebanon, Italy & Spain all border this large sea


$600 - Robin

(19) In 1840 the U.S. flag first flew over this continent during the Charles Wilkes expedition


$600 - Guy

(26) This performer had a song on the "Scooby-Doo" soundtrack; he shares his name with a character in the movie.


$600 - Robin

(15) Period or interval


$800 - Guy

(6) In 336 B.C., at age 20, he became King of the Macedonians


$800 - Triple Stumper

(29) Healthy Morsels, one version of this Purina brand, includes those doggy favorites peas & carrots


(-$600) - Robin

(10) Covering almost 30,000 square miles, this country consists of the northern third of the island of Great Britain

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $600


$800 - Robin

(20) On August 3, 1949 Pres. Truman signed a resolution designating this date as Flag Day


$800 - Marshall

(27) "Uh Huh" & "Girlfriend" are hit songs by this foursome of Omarion, J Boog, Raz B & Lil Fizz


$800 - Guy

(16) The highest quality grade of beef


$1000 - Marshall

(7) It's the first name of Italian navigator Vespucci, who made several trips to the New World around 1500


$1000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1000 - Marshall

(11) Named for a former U.S. President, this mountain peak in Denali N.P. is the highest point in the United States


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(21) On July 20, 1969 astronauts first planted the U.S. flag on the moon in an area called the Sea of this


$1000 - Guy

(28) In April 2003 this rapper topped the Billboard chart with his song "In Da Club"


$1000 - Marshall

(17) This variety of performer dates back to the ancient Greeks


Scores at the first commercial break:
Marshall: $2,600
Guy: $2,000
Robin: $600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Guy: $5,400
Marshall: $5,000
Robin: $3,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - May 6, 2004

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MATH CLASS
MOM JUST DOESN'T GET IT
NOTABLE NAMES
WHICH CAME FIRST?
SPORTS TEAMS HOME CITIES
10-, 11- & 12-LETTER WORDS
$400 - Marshall

(1) It's the number of the current year rounded to the nearest thousand


$400 - Robin

(10) (Video of Cheryl)
What is up, dawg? Don't I sound like this "American Idol" judge and Grammy-winning producer, dawg?


$400 - Marshall

(2) Like mother, like daughter; her daughter Irene Joliot-Curie also won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry


$400 - Robin

(14) The personal computer,
the light bulb,
the transistor radio


$400 - Marshall

(13) The Bulls are beastly when they slam it down in this NBA home city


$400 - Guy

(17) This wormlike creature is a butterfly or moth in the larval stage


$800 - Guy

(5) A foot & a half equals this many inches


$800 - Robin

(11) (Video of Cheryl)
I'm sure my son Alec was grateful when I told him to pull up his pants so these pugilistic items wouldn't show and embarrass him


$400 - Marshall

(3) Researchers say this man killed in 1865 might have been so tall & thin due to a rare condition called Marfan's Syndrome

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $400


$800 - Marshall

(15) Tom Sawyer,
Harry Potter,
Nancy Drew


$800 - Marshall

(18) The NFL's Dolphins ride the surf to glory in this city


$800 - Marshall

(25) This small, heavy object, often made of glass, is designed to keep stuff from blowing off your desk


$1200 - Guy

(6) As a ratio,
7 is to 10
as this is to 30


$1200 - Guy

(12) (Video of Cheryl)
Hey ya! The rhymes are tight and I'm shakin' it just like one of these in that Outkast song


$1200 - Guy

(4) This great German composer of "Fur Elise" was born in Bonn in 1770


$1200 - Guy

(16) World War I,
The U.S. Civil War,
the War of 1812


$1200 - Guy

(22) In the NHL, the Bruins bruise up the opposition when in this home city


$1200 - Robin

(26) Doctors can look at blood cells under this magnifying instrument


$1600 - Marshall

(7) If you get 12 questions right out of the 20 on your history test, you got this percent correct


$1600 - Robin

(29) (Video of Cheryl)
I can't believe my kids want clothes from this farm. They're not the least bit chubby


$1600 - Marshall

(8) This French military leader was a Major General in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War


$1600 - Marshall

(19) Hillary Clinton,
Dolley Madison,
Eleanor Roosevelt


$1600 - Guy

(23) This Texas city hosts the WNBA's Comets & the NBA's Rockets, y'all


$1600 - Robin

(27) Ross Powers won the men's Superpipe at the 2003 U.S. Open in this sport


(-$2000) - Marshall

$2000 - Guy

(21) (Video of Sarah
with a blackboard)

For a set of odd numbers described thusly:
5 < n < 11
they're the 3 possible values for n


$2000 - Guy

(30) (Video of Cheryl)
Come on, let's hit the halfpipe and do a few tailslides, like this guy who landed the first ever 900 at the X Games


$2000 - Guy

(9) In Islamic tradition, Bilqis is the name of Solomon's guest, the Queen of this


$2000 - Robin

(20) California statehood,
Texas statehood,
Massachusetts statehood


$2000 - Guy

(24) The NHL's Mighty Ducks get off skate free playing their home games in this city


(-$2000) - Robin

(28) It's a list of the sources you used when writing a research paper

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Guy: $22,200
Marshall: $11,800
Robin: $9,400


Final JEOPARDY!

INVENTIONS
11-year-old Frank Epperson invented this by accident when his fruit drink froze after being left outside overnight

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Robin: $9,400 + $8,800
Marshall: $11,800 + $7,000
Guy: $22,200 + $3,399


Final Scores
Guy: $25,599
Marshall: $18,800
Robin: $18,200

Guy: $22,200 (23 right, includes 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Marshall: $12,200 (16 right, includes 1 DD; 1 wrong)
Robin: $12,000 (16 right; 2 wrong, includes 2 DDs)
Total: $46,400

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