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JEOPARDY! Game - June 3, 2004

Contestants

Carrie Youngblood, Administrative assistant from Montpelier, VT
Chad Kaihe, Construction inspector from Nanakuli, HI
Ken Jennings, Software engineer from Salt Lake City, UT (Returning 1-day champ with $37,201)

JEOPARDY! Round - June 3, 2004

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

EDUCATION
THE FIRST WIVES CLUB
NOT A STATE CAPITAL
GOING TO THE DOGS
A GREEN THUMB
A VULGAR DISPLAY OF "POWER"
$200 - Chad

(8) A 1901 California law abolished this for grades 1-8; what kids did instead with no TV, God knows


$200 - Ken

(6) She was Robert Wagner's first wife as well as his third


$200 - Chad

(9) Atlanta,
Anchorage,
Augusta


$200 - Triple Stumper

(21) Its nicknames include the spotted dick & the plum pudding dog


$200 - Carrie

(26) For cutting tall grass, "one" of these curved blades on a long, bent handle "fits all"


$200 - Ken

(1) This multi-state lottery has peaked over 200 million dollars more than once


$400 - Ken

(17) Common term for the system that emerged in the '60s to teach more mathematical concepts & fewer times tables


$400 - Carrie

(7) Art students when they met in the late '50s, Cynthia Powell was his first wife & the mother of his son Julian


$400 - Chad

(10) Springfield,
Helena,
Chicago


$400 - Ken

(22) (Video) It's the breed of dog in the famous logo seen here


$400 - Ken

(27) If she had used the botanical name for this flower, Janet Fitch would have written "White Nerium"


$400 - Ken

(2) A period of time in a hockey game where one team has a numerical advantage


$600 - Chad

(18) (Video) Hi, I'm Chris Matthews. This religious order runs 20 colleges in the U.S. including Georgetown, Loyola & my alma mater Holy Cross


$600 - Ken

(14) In a cameo in the movie "The First Wives Club", this wealthy ex advises, "Don't get mad, get everything"


$600 - Ken

(11) Albuquerque,
Providence,
Charleston


$600 - Chad

(23) Ask this Chinese dog to stick out its tongue & you'll see that it's bluish-black


$600 - Ken

(28) We hope you're not at a loess for words & can tell us that loess is a type of this deposited by the wind


$600 - Ken

(3) Zordon & Alpha recruited the teenagers who became this "Mighty Morphin'" group


(-$800) - Carrie

(19) (Video) Restored to its original look, the USA's first public one of these opened in St. Louis in 1873


$800 - Ken

(15) In Jewish folklore, before Eve, Adam was married to this she-demon


$800 - Ken

(12) Frankfort,
Birmingham,
Montgomery


(-$2000) - Chad

(24) In ancient times the Celts used these tallest dogs in battle to pull enemies from their horses

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$800 - Ken

(29) You can help plants gro (that's g-r-o) with food or a fertilizer spike from this Scotts Co. brand


(-$800) - Ken

(4) Any of several portable G4 computers made by Apple


$1000 - Ken

(20) In the junior version of this, retired members of the military teach life skills & leadership to high schoolers


$1000 - Ken

(16) If she was still married to this man, Julia Thorne might have hit the campaign trail, instead of Teresa Heinz


$1000 - Ken

(13) Montpelier,
Bismarck,
Portland


$1000 - Carrie

(25) (Video) This hunting dog seen here is considered one of Japan's national monuments


$1000 - Chad

(30) The RHS, it sponsors the famous Chelsea Flower Show


$1000 - Ken

(5) Collective coalition name for Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria & the Ottoman Empire during WWI


Scores at the first commercial break:
Ken: $6,400
Chad: $800
Carrie: $400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $10,000
Chad: $1,000
Carrie: $800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - June 3, 2004

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POETS & POETRY
COMPLETES THE FILM TITLE
PEOP"L"
THE OLD WEST
COMMUNICATIONS
CAR TALK?
$400 - Chad

(2) A collection by Joyce Carol Oates is called "Women Whose Lives Are Food, Men Whose Lives Are" this;
ka-ching!


$400 - Ken

(7) 1941:
"How Green Was ..."


$400 - Chad

(12) Although this "Lone Eagle" was a civilian, he flew about 50 combat missions towards the end of World War II


$400 - Chad

(22) This judge, the "Law West of the Pecos", reportedly once fined a dead man $40 for carrying a concealed weapon


(-$400) - Carrie

(-$400) - Ken

$400 - Chad

(28) On Sept. 15, 1921 the federal government issued the first of these licenses


$400 - Ken

(1) A heavy scarf (against cold, not noise)


$800 - Ken

(3) Shelley's "Ode to the West Wind" ends, "If winter comes, can spring be" this


$800 - Chad

(8) 1988:
"My Stepmother ..."


$800 - Ken

(16) This publisher thought it was "time" for a business magazine so he founded Fortune in 1930


$800 - Chad

(24) In the 1840s settlers began following this 2,000-mile overland route, which began in Independence, Mo.


$800 - Ken

(30) It's the Hollywood term for a verbal presentation with lines like "It's 'Psycho' meets 'The African Queen'!"


$800 - Chad

(18) To grow weary


$1200 - Ken

(4) For his dying father, this Welshman wrote the poem "Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night"


$1200 - Ken

(9) 1991:
"Truly, Madly ..."


$1200 - Carrie

(17) President of the United Mine Workers for 40 years, he helped found the CIO in 1935


$1200 - Chad

(25) At the time of the gunfight at the O.K.Corral, it was this Earp brother who was the city marshal


(-$1200) - Chad

$1200 - Ken

(29) To communicate by doing this, you can speak lyrics over a beat, or tap a code on the wall of your jail cell


$1200 - Ken

(20) Clothing or equipment, it follows "L.A" in the name of an athletics supply company


$2600 - Ken

(5) In Coleridge's poem, it's where Kubla Khan had his "stately pleasure dome"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2600


$1600 - Ken

(10) 1964:
"7 Faces of ..."


(-$4600) - Chad

(14) Richard Nixon's running mate in 1960, this Republican lost his Senate seat 8 years earlier to John F. Kennedy

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $4600


$1600 - Ken

(23) In 1902 this former peace officer moved to NYC & became a sportswriter for the Morning Telegraph


$1600 - Ken

(27) (Video of Jimmy
next to a
blackboard)

Chinese writing began as pictographs. Today, the symbol on the left is mu, or "tree"; on the right, lin, this word


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(21) (Video) The inedible, fuzzy inner part of the item seen here


$2000 - Ken

(6) Poet Laureate of the U.S. from 1993 to 1995, she won a 1987 Pulitzer for "Thomas and Beulah"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(11) 1981:
"Cattle Annie and ..."


$2000 - Chad

(13) This biochemist who joined the U.S. space program in 1978 has spent more time in space than any woman in history


$2000 - Ken

(15) As New Mexico Gov. this future "Ben-Hur" author offered to pardon Billy the Kid but the prosecutor nixed the plan


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(26) 6-letter term for the path by which NASA sends signals from Earth to satellites & rovers


$2000 - Ken

(19) "Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player, that" does this "and frets his hour upon the stage"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken $31,000 (Lock game)
Chad: $2,400
Carrie: $1,600


Final JEOPARDY!

WORD ORIGINS
This somewhat negative term arose because twisting fibers into thread was mainly a woman's job

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Carrie: $1,600 + $1,598
Chad: $2,400 + $800
Ken; $31,000 - $9,000


Final Scores
Ken: $22,000 (2-day total of $59,201)
Chad: $3,200
Carrie: 3,198

Ken: $30,000 (33 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 2 wrong
Chad: $9,000 (15 right, includes 1 rebound; 3 wrong, includes 2 DDs)
Carrie: $1,600 (4 right; 2 wrong)
Total: $40,600

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