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JEOPARDY! Game - June 1, 2004

Contestants

Sue McClung, Project manager from Boston, MA
Toby Guebert, Community college instructor from Claremont, CA
Jerry Harvey, Freelance educator originally from California, MO (Returning 1-day champ with $35,201)

JEOPARDY! Round - June 1, 2004

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

INVENTIVE WOMEN
DISNEY FILM CHARACTERS
THE REGINA MONOLOGUES
1995
FASHION ACCESSORIES
COOK UP SOME "STU"
$200 - Jerry

(3) Josephine Richardson built a better one of these & got patent no. 4,829,704 beating a path to her door


$200 - Sue

(1) She unknowingly takes a bite out of a poisoned apple


$200 - Toby

(4) Regina is the capital of this Canadian province


$200 - Toby

(17) In January, Camilla Parker Bowles announced that she was getting a divorce, & this prince claimed that he wasn't


$200 - Sue

(26) In the 1890s men wore this in the cuff of the sleeve; today it goes in a jacket pocket


$200 - Jerry

(6) A room for making radio or TV productions


$400 - Sue

(18) Hinda Miller & Lisa Lindahl sewed 2 athletic supporters together to make the first "sports" one of these


$400 - Jerry

(2) In a 1940 film he wants more than anything else to be a real boy


$400 - Jerry

(5) Regina is home to a training center & museum for this group, the RCMP


$400 - Jerry

(19) Imelda Marcos' son "Bong Bong" lost his bid for a seat in this country's senate -- & was convicted of tax evasion


$400 - Sue

(27) (Video) A set of these men's dress shirt fasteners is seen here


$400 - Sue

(12) From the Latin for "to be astonished", it means impressively great


$600 - Toby

(21) Margaret Knight invented the flat-bottom bag maker; Lydia Deubener added these to the bags


$600 - Toby

(7) She wants to walk on the beach, not swim in the sea


$1000 - Toby

(8) In 1882 the city then known as "Pile O' Bones" was renamed Regina in this person's honor

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Toby

(20) A postage stamp featuring this blonde premiered on June 1, which would have been her 69th birthday


$600 - Jerry

(28) For men, a cravat is a wide necktie; this is a scarf lapped over & worn loosely around the neck


$600 - Sue

(13) (Video) The front grill of a car from this classic automaker is seen here


$800 - Jerry

(22) Mary Anderson invented this device after seeing a streetcar driver keep brushing snow off his front window


$800 - Jerry

(10) A fierce pirate, he's afraid of crocodiles for a good reason


$800 - Jerry

(9) Until 1905 Regina was the capital of these "territories"


(-$800) - Jerry

$800 - Toby

(24) (Video of Cheryl) Now known as the Survivor Tree, this American elm survived the April 19th tragedy in this state capital


$800 - Triple Stumper

(29) (Video of Jeff Probst
in Panama)

I'm Jeff Probst in Panama. One style of this accessory is called the pintado


$800 - Toby

(14) Noun meaning a dazed state of near unconsciousness


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(23) In the 1950s Olivia Poole came up with this device to keep babies hoppin'-happy


$1000 - Jerry

(11) She joins the Chinese army to protect her father & ends up a hero


$1000 - Sue

(16) Regina is home to one of the world's largest rinks for this sport of sliding stones on ice


$1000 - Toby

(25) John Filo finally met Mary Ann Vecchio Gillum, 25 years after taking a famous photo of her at this university


$1000 - Jerry

(30) Sally Rand's first ones were made of ostrich feathers


$1000 - Sue

(15) The capital city of Germany's Baden-Wurttemberg state


Scores at the first commercial break:
Jerry: $3,800
Toby: $2,600
Sue: $2,200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Jerry: $5,800
Toby: $5,800
Sue: $4,200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - June 1, 2004

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GILBERT & SULLIVAN
THEY'RE SPORTY
SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME
THE INC. SPOTS
GEOMETRY
CROSSWORD CLUES "F"
$400 - Sue

(1) Frankly, my dear, Victorians were shocked when the captain in "H.M.S. Pinafore" said this swear word


$400 - Sue

(6) The Los Angeles Kings retired his no. 99 jersey


$400 - Jerry

(22) Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand de Grimaldi is a prince of this principality


$400 - Jerry

(19) You'll find the Bank of New York Company, Inc. at
1 this Street


$400 - Jerry

(11) It's the sum total of the degrees in the angles of a quadrilateral


$400 - Sue

(3) An upside-down smile
(5 letters)


$800 - Toby

(2) Director Peter Sellars' 1983 production of this operetta turned Nanki-Poo into a rock star on a motorbike


$800 - Toby

(14) This Tour de France champ is strong enough to be Sheryl Crow's man


$800 - Jerry

(23) In 2000 Peter Russell wrote the first new bio in over a century of this prince known as "the navigator"


$800 - Toby

(27) World capital where you'd find the head office of the airline JAL


$800 - Sue

(12) These 2 coordinates are used to locate a point in a 2 dimensional cartesian, or coordinate, system


(-$800) - Sue

$800 - Toby

(5) 3/4 or 2/5
(8 letters)


$1200 - Jerry

(4) In the operetta "Thespis", a troupe of actors takes over the duties on this mountain so the gods can go on vacation


$1200 - Jerry

(15) (Video) Hi, I'm James Worthy. This Hall of Fame Lakers announcer gave me my nickname "Big Game James"


$1200 - Toby

(24) In the 1240s David Ap Llywelyn was the first to declare himself Prince of this


$1200 - Toby

(28) It's the geographic "P" in the name of San Francisco-based power company PG&E


$1200 - Sue

(16) His theorem says the sum of the squares of the 2 shorter sides of a right triangle equals the square of the hypotenuse


$1200 - Jerry

(8) Easily set on fire
(9 letters)


$1400 - Sue

(7) In Act I of this operetta, we find out that Frederic was supposed to be apprenticed to a "pilot", but his nurse misheard

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1400


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(17) How sweet -- he was the World Welterweight Champ from 1946 to 1951


$4000 - Toby

(25) William the Silent, who led the land, not the "navel", battle for the Netherlands' freedom, was Prince of this

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $4000


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) The USX Tower rises 841 feet in this city


(-$0) - Jerry

(-$0) - Toby

(20) The surface of the mirror in a reflecting telescope has this type of geometric curve


$1600 - Jerry

(9) Spanish baked custard
(4 letters)


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(13) (Video of Sofia
at the Piazzetta
in Venice, Italy)

Act I of this famous operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan is set right here on the Piazzetta in Venice


$2000 - Sue

(18) This 14-year-old girl missed the cut by one shot at the 2004 Sony Open


$2000 - Jerry

(26) This 19th century Prussian-German prince said Germany's problems would be settled by "blood and iron"


$2000 - Toby

(30) Tyson Foods, Inc. is headquartered in Springdale in this state


$2000 - Jerry

(21) To get this quadrilateral's area, add the 2 parallel sides, divide by 2 & multiply by the height


$2000 - Jerry

(10) Pocket or chain for a watch
(3 letters)


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Jerry: $19,000
Toby: $17,400
Sue: $10,000
(See notation at the bottom of the page regarding these scores.)


Final JEOPARDY!

AMERICAN LITERATURE
The title object of this 1850 novel is described as "so fantastically embroidered and illuminated upon her bosom"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Sue: $10,000 + $5,000
Toby: $17,400 + $3,000
Jerry: $19,000 + $15,801


Final Scores
Jerry: $34,801 (2-day total of $70,002)
Toby: $20,400
Sue: $15,000

Jerry: $19,000 (22 right; 1 wrong)
Toby: $14,600 (17 right, including 2 DDs & 2 rebounds; 0 wrong)
Sue: $10,200 (15 right, including 1 DD; 1 wrong)
Total: $43,800

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Alex: Welcome back. Before we take a look at the Final Jeopardy clue in American Literature, a brief explanation about something that occurred a few minutes ago. In our GEOMETRY category, inadvertently a couple of very important words were left out of our clue regarding the reflecting telescope, and the absence of those words could've disadvantaged our champion Jerry and our challenger Toby, so we are going to credit them back with the money they lost on that, and that means Jerry has $19,000 and Toby has $17,400. Sue remains unchanged, and the players have made their wagers for Final Jeopardy based on those figures.