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JEOPARDY! Game - May 25, 2004

Contestants

Anne Boyd, Freelance writer from Los Angeles, CA
Glenn Fechner, Admnistrative assistant from Philadelphia, PA
Jeremy Schanck, Business development coordinator from Washington, D.C. (Returning 2-day champ with $42,400)

JEOPARDY! Round - May 25, 2004

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

SALEM & THE WITCH TRIALS
COUNTRY SINGERS' NO. 1 HITS
-IST A JOB
ISLANDS
SEEING RED
2 "P"s
$200 - Jeremy

(8) In a nod to the town's witchy past, the logo of Salem's police dept. depicts a witch riding one of these


$200 - Glenn

(26) "Thank God I'm a Country Boy"


$200 - Jeremy

(6) One who grows medicinal plants or uses them to treat others


$200 - Jeremy

(1) As well as "The Big Island", it's also known as "The Orchid Isle"


$200 - Glenn

(21) Color of a college "tide" & a comic book avenger


(-$200) - Glenn

$200 - Anne

(7) Snow White's roommate who fits the category


$400 - Anne

(9) Some blame the start of the witch hysteria on tales told by Tituba, a slave who came from an island in this sea


$400 - Anne

(27) "Take This Job and Shove It"


$400 - Glenn

(13) A capologist helps a pro sports team stay under this


$400 - Jeremy

(2) The narrow Strait of Messina separates this large island from the "toe" of Italy


$400 - Anne

(22) Ocean Spray now has a drink made from the white type of this bog fruit


$400 - Anne

(17) "Laugh-In" popularized the phrase "You bet your" this


$600 - Anne

(10) A newer theory lays partial blame on ergot, one of these organisms that grows on grain & causes hallucinations


$600 - Triple Stumper

(28) "Big Bad John"


$600 - Anne

(14) (Video) Billy Sunday, seen here, was a baseball player, but gained even greater fame in this occupation


$600 - Anne

(3) Vatnajokull, Europe's largest glacier, covers nearly 3,200 square miles of this island country


$600 - Jeremy

(23) This shade comes equipped with hoses & ladders


$600 - Anne

(18) The Star of India is this gem variety of corundum


$800 - Anne

(11) Samuel Sewall was the only one of these officials who publicly admitted his guilt after the trials


$800 - Jeremy

(29) "I Will Always Love You"


$800 - Glenn

(15) In medicine there are surgical & radiation types of this cancer specialist


$800 - Jeremy

(4) It's the second-largest of Spain's Balearic Islands; Majorca is first


$800 - Jeremy

(24) Shade for a pimpernel or an O'Hara


$1000 - Anne

(19) The Blue Ridge, Catskills & Cumberland Mountains are all part of this range

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Anne

(12) This man who refused to stand trial was pressed to death 3 days before his wife Martha Corey was hanged


$1000 - Glenn

(30) "Sixteen Tons"


$1000 - Anne

(16) It may be a zoologist or a botanist; your child who collects specimens is a budding one


$1000 - Glenn

(5) This island to the east of Java is world famous for its dancing


$1000 - Glenn

(25) Bugs Bunny's standard insult that fits the category


$1000 - Anne

(20) This word for a ghostly counterpart of a living person is from the German for "double walker"


Scores at the first commercial break:
Anne: $5,200
Glenn: $2,000
Jeremy: $1,800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Anne: $9,000
Glenn: $4,400
Jeremy: $4,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - May 25, 2004

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FAMOUS AMERICANS
CBS
SHORT STORIES
GOING DEEP
SCIENTISTS
DUDE, WHERE'S MY "CAR"?
$400 - Jeremy

(3) Henry Schoolcraft is mentioned in school books as the discoverer of the source of this long river


$400 - Anne

(21) She played Laura Petrie in the '60s & Mary Richards in the '70s, both on CBS


$400 - Anne

(16) He wrote a story about a giant mole as well as one about a man changed into a giant insect


$400 - Anne

(11) The "Chicago style" of this is deep-dish


$400 - Jeremy

(26) The subtitle of his landmark 1859 work is "The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life"


$400 - Jeremy

(1) Heart doc


$800 - Anne

(7) Pretty Boy Floyd became the new Public Enemy Number One after this man was killed in Chicago in 1934


$800 - Anne

(22) The 36th season of this CBS news magazine included stories on internet piracy, Equatorial Guinea & "Jeopardy!"


$800 - Glenn

(17) In "The Most Dangerous Game", it's the title prey General Zaroff loves to hunt


$800 - Anne

(12) "The stars at night are big and bright" here


$800 - Anne

(27) This physicist is Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge, a post once held by Sir Isaac Newton


$800 - Glenn

(2) During the '60s this swinging street in Soho was a center of fashion


(-$1200) - Jeremy

$1200 - Glenn

(8) (Video of Sarah
in Alaska)

In June of 1900, this man compared himself to the animal beside me


$1200 - Anne

(23) "CSI: Miami" is set in Miami; the original "CSI" is set in this city


$1200 - Jeremy

(18) Completes the title of Joyce Carol Oates' disturbing story
"Where Are You Going, ..."


$1200 - Anne

(13) "I'd rather be rich than stupid" is one of these musings by Jack Handey of "SNL"


$1200 - Jeremy

(28) This x-ray discoverer conducted numerous other researches including on elasticity


$1200 - Anne

(4) "Seize the day"


$1600 - Glenn

(9) Zebulon Pike was accused of having explored the West for this former VP who wanted to rule the area


$1600 - Glenn

(24) He hosts the longest-running game show in television history


$1600 - Anne

(19) In the title of a Hemingway classic, a late-night cafe is praised as being "A Clean" & this type of "Place"


$1600 - Anne

(14) When the Federation took over the Cardassians' Terok Nor, they renamed it this


$1600 - Anne

(29) In 1675 this Dutchman peered through his microscope & "discovered little creatures in rain"


(-$1600) - Glenn

$1600 - Jeremy

(5) Isotope used to date archaeological specimens


$2000 - Anne

(10) Toynbee Hall in London was the model for Hull House, which she founded in 1889


$2000 - Glenn

(25) At 67 years on radio & TV, this daytime soap "shines" as TV's longest-running entertainment program


$2000 - Jeremy

(20) J.D. Salinger's "Nine Stories" includes "A Perfect Day for" these swimmers


$2000 - Anne

(15) In 1997 he went one-on-one with IBM's Deep Blue in a highly publicized match

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1000 - Anne

(30) This Swedish botanist was the first to use the Mars & Venus symbols to represent male & female

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$2000 - Anne

(6) Tuscan town typified by its famous marble


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Anne: $28,800 (Lock game)
Glenn: $10,800
Jeremy: $10,000


Final JEOPARDY!

MYTHS & LEGENDS
At a feast he couldn't enjoy his dinner because his life was literally hanging by a thread

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jeremy: $10,000 + $10,000
Glenn: $10,800 - $8,001
Anne: $28,800 - $4,800


Final Scores
Anne: $24,000
Jeremy: $20,000
Glenn: $2,799

Anne: $29,600 (31 right, includes 3 DDs & 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Glenn: $10,800 (13 right, includes 1 rebound; 2 wrong)
Jeremy: $10,000 (15 right, includes 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Total: $50,400

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