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JEOPARDY! Game - May 27, 2004

Contestants

Andy Yermack, Financial services compliance officer from East Rockaway, NY
M'liss Moore, Portfolio manager from Waipahu, HI
Anne Boyd, Freelance writer from Los Angeles, CA (Returning 2-day champ with $38,800)

JEOPARDY! Round - May 27, 2004

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

U.S. HISTORY
FAST FOOD NATION
LESSER-KNOWN NAMES
ANIMAL WORDS & PHRASES
18th BIRTHDAYS
TIME TO VOTE!
(-$200) - M'liss

$200 - Andy

(6) In 1949 he presented his "Fair Deal" as part of his State of the Union address


$200 - Anne

(1) Whopper Jr.


$200 - M'liss

(11) Sadly, Army nurse Clara Maass died in 1901 after she volunteered to be bitten by a mosquito carrying this


$200 - Anne

(16) It's said that you can lead this animal to water, but you cannot make it drink


$200 - Anne

(26) Leo is a sign for leaders, like this actor, director & Sundance Institute founder born Aug. 18


$200 - M'liss

(21) Think your vote doesn't count? An 1882 Congressional race was won 10,505 votes to this


$400 - Anne

(7) The U.S. blockade of this country was made public October 22, 1962


$400 - Anne

(2) Sourdough Jack


$400 - Andy

(12) It was the profession of Jan Josephszoon Van Goyen, teacher & father-in-law of Jan Steen


$400 - Andy

(17) If you're doing very well, you're living high off this creature


$400 - Anne

(27) The day he was born, Feb. 18, 1964, his mom could have watched the "Gunsmoke" marshal of the same name on TV


$400 - M'liss

(22) A 1965 act says, "No voting qualification ... shall be imposed" so as to deny anyone a vote based on this


$600 - Anne

(8) When these people struck in Boston, Coolidge said, "There is no right to strike against the public safety by anyone"


(-$600) - M'liss

(3) Classic Triple with cheese


$600 - Andy

(13) In 1930 former Standard Oil president Henry Folger founded one of these in Washington, D.C.


$600 - Anne

(18) Simian container that's a standard for hilarity


$600 - Anne

(28) March 18 babies include Grover Cleveland & Rudolf Diesel, who rose to this, & Irene Cara, who sang about it


(-$600) - M'liss

(-$600) - Andy

$600 - Anne

(23) North Dakota is the only state that doesn't require voters to do this; rural folks know who's qualified


$800 - Anne

(9) In 1851 students at VMI couldn't stonewall this professor of Natural & Experimental Philosophy


(-$800) - M'liss

(4) Ultimate Deep Dish Pizza & Cinna Stix


(-$800) - Anne

(14) Only one British Prime Minister, Spencer Perceval in 1812, left office due to this; 4 U.S. Presidents did


$800 - Anne

(19) Something very, very rare is "as scarce as" these chicken parts


$800 - Anne

(29) This Chicago Bears tight end & coaching legend may want to up his dose of Levitra every Oct. 18 birthday


(-$800) - M'liss

$800 - Anne

(24) The 19th century ballot pre-printed by political parties was called this, as in "voting the straight" one


(-$1000) - Anne

(10) Marcus Garvey, born on this island nation in 1887, was deported back there by the U.S. in 1927


$1000 - Anne

(5) The Big N' Tasty


(-$1000) - Andy

(15) In 1969 university professors Ragnar Frisch & Jan Tinbergen shared the first Nobel Prize for this

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Anne

(20) Release a Russian Blue or reveal a secret


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(30) This female Motown vocalist was born in Alabama one July 18, maybe during a "heat wave"


$1000 - Anne

(25) (Video) The machine seen here, from this arboreal-named Florida county, was part of the election mess of 2000


Scores at the first commercial break:
Anne: $1,600
Andy: $200
M'liss: -$1,400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Anne: $8,600
Andy: $0
M'liss: -$2,200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - May 27, 2004

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WORLD CITIES
HOCKEY TEAMS' HOMES
A FEW "BAR"s OF MUSIC
PROPER NAMES
QUOTATIONS
LATIN CLASS
(-$400) - Anne

$400 - Andy

(21) Egypt's most populous city, it lies near the head of the Nile delta


$400 - Anne

(26) Arrowhead Pond


$400 - Anne

(1) Have a shave & a haircut before seeing this Rossini opera that debuted in 1816


$400 - Anne

(12) A short haircut for women, or what you do "for apples" on Halloween


$400 - Anne

(7) In song these "go together like a horse and carriage"


$400 - Anne

(2) Ante means before, as in ante partum, the period before childbirth; this word means after


$800 - Andy

(22) Venezuela's second-largest city, it lies on the shore of a lake with which it shares its name


$800 - Andy

(27) Madison Square Garden


$800 - M'liss

(17) If you moon over Monteverdi & swoon over Scarlatti, we assume that you "go for" this musical style


$800 - Andy

(13) If you need to change a tire, you'd better have one of these in your trunk


$800 - Anne

(8) In 1971 the New York Times quoted this future Secretary of State as saying, "Power is the great aphrodisiac"


$800 - Andy

(3) Exempli gratia, abbreviated e.g. in English, means this


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(23) Now home to over a million, Munich or Munchen began as a settlement of these people, hence the city's name


$1200 - Andy

(28) Mellon Arena


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(18) Hey, suckers, Marianne Tatum played Jenny Lind in this Tony-winning musical


$1000 - Andy

(14) This cooking spray first made its way into kitchens over 45 years ago

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1200 - Anne

(9) It completes Henry Lee's eulogy to Washington, "To the memory of the man, first in war, first in peace, and ..."


$1200 - Anne

(4) The verb "to be" has est as third person singular & this as first person singular


$1600 - M'liss

(24) Mount Wellington is not in New Zealand but lies just miles west of this Tasmanian port


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(19) (Video of Sarah
in Venice, Italy)

Venetian gondoliers are famous for singing this kind of boat song


$1600 - Anne

(15) A female donkey, or an early sewing machine


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(10) "Things without all remedy should be without regard; what's done is done" is from this Shakespeare play


$1600 - Anne

(5) Accusative (for direct objects of verbs) & dative (for indirect) are 2 of Latin's several of these


$2000 - M'liss

(25) A castle keep in this French city is known as the Tour Jeanne d'Arc

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$2000) - M'liss

$2000 - Andy

(20) This great 20th century Hungarian composer wrote the music for the ballet "The Wooden Prince"


$2000 - Anne

(16) (Video) Here's the drill, or should I say, here's this type of structure


$2000 - M'liss

(11) In this ode Keats commands, "Away! Away! For I will fly to thee"


$2000 - Anne

(6) Latin for "mountain", it follows Olympus & Pavonis in the names of Martian volcanoes


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Anne: $20,600 (Lock game)
Andy: $7,800
M'liss: $2,200


Final JEOPARDY!

LONGFELLOW
In Longfellow's "Tales of a Wayside Inn", "The Landlord's Tale" concerns this man & begins with the word "Listen"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
M'liss: $2,200 + $2,100
Andy: $7,800 + $2,000
Anne: $20,600 + $2,000


Final Scores
Anne: $22,600 (3-day total of $61,400)
Andy: $9,800
M'liss: $4,300

Anne: $20,600 (29 right, includes 2 rebounds; 3 wrong)
Andy: $9,000 (12 right, includes 1 DD & 3 rebounds; 2 wrong, includes 1 DD)
M'Liss: $2,200 (7 right, includes 1 DD; 6 wrong)
Total: $31,800

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