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JEOPARDY! Game - May 21, 2004

Contestants

Juan Carlos Batlle, Medical student from Philadelphia, PA
Jeremy Schanck, Business development coordinator from Washington, D.C.
Paul Nethercut, Financial consultant from Sacramento, CA (Returning 1-day champ with $22,500)

JEOPARDY! Round - May 21, 2004

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

U.S. GEOGRAPHIC NICKNAMES
NYC MUSIC HISTORY
LUNCH COUNTER LINGO
NEWSMAKERS
GUINNESS RECORDS
NATIONAL SPELLING BEE
$200 - Juan Carlos

(11) During the Civil War, this river was called the "backbone of the Confederacy"; it was guarded by several forts


$200 - Paul

(21) The Who performed this work at the Metropolitan Opera House in Lincoln Center in 1970


$200 - Jeremy

(13) Bow wow & Coney Island both refer to this food


$200 - Juan Carlos

(22) (Video) This man's been on the job 30 years


$200 - Paul

(1) Selling more than 25 million copies, this WWII diary of a young girl is the bestselling diary in history


(-$200) - Paul

$200 - Juan Carlos

(4) This small racing sled has the distinction of being the National Spelling Bee's shortest winning word


$400 - Juan Carlos

(12) This "calm" lake village in New York state is often called "America's Switzerland"


(-$400) - Paul

(23) Dvorak's "New World Symphony" debuted in this venue in 1893; the Beatles played there in 1964


$400 - Juan Carlos

(14) The name of this state is slang for maple syrup


$400 - Juan Carlos

(24) (Video) He docked his military togs for his political aspirations


$400 - Juan Carlos

(2) Working with more than 4.5 million donors, this American org. is the world's largest blood provider


$400 - Juan Carlos

(5) Now that you've got the hang of it, 1932's word was this, like the group that sang "My Sharona"


$600 - Paul

(16) Maryland is "The Old Line State"; this is "The Old Dominion"


$600 - Paul

(25) (Video of Cheryl
in the Bronx)

The Belmonts, named for the Belmont area of the Bronx, sang in this style, the street version of a cappella


(-$600) - Paul

(15) This beverage is Adam's ale


$600 - Jeremy

(26) (Video) The 2003 war in Iraq strained relations between this man's government and the United States


$600 - Juan Carlos

(3) With 2,685, Bralanda, Sweden was the site of the largest gathering of these holiday personalities


$600 - Paul

(6) Put the bite on this word from 1975, any one of the front cutting teeth


$1600 - Paul

(17) Rapid City's nickname "Gateway City to the Hills" refers specifically to these hills

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1600


$800 - Paul

(29) She co-wrote "The Loco-Motion" in the Brill Building on Broadway


$800 - Triple Stumper

(19) A houseboat is this ice cream & fruit dessert


$800 - Paul

(27) (Video) This man was elected to his important post in 1997


$800 - Juan Carlos

(7) With an average of 80.5 years, this Asian country leads the world in life expectancy


$800 - Jeremy

(8) 1970's winning word was this French crescent-shaped roll


$1000 - Juan Carlos

(18) The "Niagara of the South", this waterfall near Corbin, Kentucky shares its name with a famous "gap"


(-$1000) - Juan Carlos

$1000 - Paul

(30) This East Village venue was run by Bill Graham for only 3 years, from 1968 to 1971


$1000 - Jeremy

(20) (Video) Hi, I'm Joe Theismann. My column for espn.com is called this, slang for a serving of coffee


$1000 - Jeremy

(28) (Video) This political pundit and independent candidate for California Governor is seen here


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(10) With a 212-foot wingspan, this jet from Boeing is the world's largest passenger aircraft in service


$1000 - Paul

(9) A suicide pilot during WWII, it was 1993's winning word


Scores at the first commercial break:
Juan Carlos: $3,400
Paul: $3,200
Jeremy: $1,000

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Paul: $6,200
Juan Carlos: $4,000
Jeremy: $3,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - May 21, 2004

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SHAKESPEARE
OSCAR-WINNING ROLES
NATIVE AMERICANS
THE OLD COLLEGE TRY
PAINTERS
"ANT" INFESTATION
$400 - Jeremy

(16) Macduff tells us, "Not in the legions of horrid hell can come a devil more damn'd in evils to top" this man


(-$400) - Juan Carlos

$400 - Jeremy

(1) 1952:
Marshal Will Kane


$400 - Juan Carlos

(30) In August 1934 this President was made an honorary member of the Blackfoot tribe & given the name "Lone Chief"


$400 - Juan Carlos

(21) Basketball superstar Magic Johnson played his college ball at this university in East Lansing


$400 - Jeremy

(6) His "Potato Eaters" was inspired by the time he spent as a missionary in the coal-mining region of Belgium in his mid-20s


$400 - Paul

(11) It's the part of the military that traditionally fights on foot


$800 - Juan Carlos

(17) Richard III says, "How sweet a thing it is to wear" one & Henry IV says, "Uneasy lies the head that wears" one


$800 - Paul

(2) 1951:
Boat captain Charlie Allnut


$800 - Jeremy

(29) He had 2 adopted sons, One Bull & White Bull


$800 - Paul

(25) Once known as the Antelopes & the Bugeaters, this university's sports teams are now known as the Cornhuskers


(-$800) - Juan Carlos

(7) Dr. Tulp was so pleased with this artist's painting of his "Anatomy Lesson" that it hung in his school of surgery


$800 - Paul

(12) B or D,
as opposed to A or O


$1200 - Jeremy

(18) Laertes' first line in this play is "Dread my lord, your leave and favour to return to France"


$1200 - Jeremy

(3) 1945:
Mildred Pierce


$1200 - Paul

(28) Major subgroups of this tribe of the American southwest include Kiowa, Chiricahua & Mescalero


$1200 - Juan Carlos

(24) Rhode Island's only Ivy League school is this institution


$1200 - Jeremy

(8) She called her New Mexico home, where she spent the last half century of her life, Ghost Ranch


(-$3000) - Paul

(13) Unyielding in your opinion that the singer of "Goody Two Shoes" is the greatest singer ever

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$2000 - Jeremy

(19) In different plays, it's the name shared by men linked with Helen of Troy & with Juliet

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Jeremy

(4) 1933:
Henry VIII


$1600 - Jeremy

(27) This Florida tribe lived in dwellings called chickees that had raised floors & open sides allowing the air to circulate


$1600 - Juan Carlos

(23) College Station is the home of this oldest public university in Texas


$1600 - Juan Carlos

(9) His first major mural was painted at the Univ. of Mexico's Nat'l. Preparatory School in the 1920s


$1600 - Paul

(14) From the Latin for "delight", this is someone who takes delight in dabbling in the arts


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) It's the play in which Thaliard says, "So, this is Tyre, and this the court"


$2000 - Jeremy

(5) 1942:
Kay Miniver


$2000 - Jeremy

(26) Gov. Bradford said that this Indian who taught the pilgrims how to plant corn was an "instrument sent of God"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(22) New Haven has Albertus Magnus; Grand Rapids, Michigan has a school named for this other 13th c. theologian


$2000 - Jeremy

(10) Last name of Flemish brothers Jan & Hubert, who both are credited with painting portions of the "Ghent Altarpiece"


$2000 - Juan Carlos

(15) The Huguenots received religious freedom from the 1598 Edict of this city


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Jeremy: $20,400
Juan Carlos: $10,800
Paul: $8,800


Final JEOPARDY!

EXPLORATION
He wrote in his diary, "The loss of pony transport in March 1911 obliged me to start later than I had intended"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Paul: $8,800 - $8,800
Juan Carlos: $10,800 - $10,790
Jeremy: $20,400 - $1,300


Final Scores
Jeremy: $19,100
Juan Carlos: $10
Paul: $0

Jeremy: $20,000 (18 right, includes 1 DD; 0 wrong)
Paul: $11,000 (16 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Juan Carlos: $10,800 (18 right, includes 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
Total: $41,800

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