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JEOPARDY! Game - June 7, 2004

Contestants

Clinton Wieden, College student from Fairview, OK
Josh Hornik, Product manager from Santa Monica, CA
Ken Jennings, Software engineer from Salt Lake City, UT (Returning 3-day champ with $96,201)

JEOPARDY! Round - June 7, 2004

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

GEOGRAPHIC SAINTS
'60s SITCOMS
I DID IT!
TREATIES
KING, QUEEN OR JACK
CROSSWORD CLUES "S"
$200 - Ken

(16) After its 1980 eruption, this volcano in the American northwest lost over 1,200 feet in height


$200 - Clinton

(2) Senior counselor Spiffy at Camp Runamuck, Dave Ketchum was also Agent 13 on this show


$200 - Ken

(11) Florence Chadwick was the first woman to swim this in both directions; Gertrude Ederle swam it one way


$200 - Ken

(26) Due to the Treaty of Tordesillas of 1494, Portugal gained possession of this country in the New World


$200 - Josh

(19) In checkers, the dark squares farthest from a player form this row


$200 - Josh

(1) Waldorf or Caesar
(5 letters)


$400 - Clinton

(17) This city's metro area includes Universal City, Castle Hills & Alamo Heights


$400 - Ken

(3) In 1967 the Emmy for outstanding comedy series went to this show


$400 - Ken

(12) 13-year-old Rebecca Sealfon won it in 1997 by knowing euonym, e-u-o-n-y-m


$400 - Josh

(27) Pinckney's Treaty ended disputes between the U.S. & Spain over Florida's borders & access to this river's mouth


$400 - Ken

(20) In its first Top 20 hit, Queen sang about a "killer" one


$400 - Clinton

(7) City by the bay
(3 letters, 9 letters)


$600 - Josh

(18) Exceeded only by the Mackenzie, it's Canada's second-longest river if you include the seaway


$600 - Clinton

(4) The 1962 TV drama "Seven Against the Sea" with Ernest Borgnine became this sitcom a few years later


$600 - Ken

(13) Check it out! In 1972 he became the first American chess player to win the world championship


$600 - Ken

(28) The Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919 in this hall at the Palace of Versailles


$600 - Josh

(21) The one not mentioned in the title of the TV series starring Kevin James


$600 - Josh

(8) Teacher's long vacation
(10 letters)


$800 - Ken

(24) The Diavolezza & the Piz Corvatsch are famous ski areas near this Swiss resort


$800 - Clinton

(5) One book calls this character "unctious & oily to adults ('Good evening Mr. & Mrs. Cleaver ...') but a bully to ... kids"


$800 - Triple Stumper

(14) In 1957 this future astronaut set a speed record flying from L.A. to NYC in 3 hrs., 23 min., 8.4 sec.


$800 - Josh

(29) This conflict ended in 1902 with the signing of the Treaty of Vereeniging, a town just south of Johannesburg


$800 - Ken

(22) You don't have to call that salmon a Chinook, you can call it this


(-$1000) - Josh

(9) "Baby" bird
(5 letters)

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


(-$1000) - Josh

(25) This largest island in the U.S. Virgin Islands was earlier owned by the Dutch, English, Spanish, French & Danes


$1000 - Clinton

(6) Jackie Coogan's most famous TV role was this electrifying character on "The Addams Family"


$1000 - Ken

(15) In 1884, the year of his death, he published the memoir "30 Years a Detective"


(-$1000) - Clinton

$1000 - Ken

(30) Turkey regained control of these 2 straits by the Montreaux Convention of 1936


$1000 - Ken

(23) The one flown on the bow of a British ship


$1000 - Josh

(10) Before energy or plexus
(5 letters)


Scores at the first commercial break:
Clinton: $3,000
Ken: $2,600
Josh: $800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $7,600
Clinton: $2,400
Josh: $2,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - June 7, 2004

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RUSSIAN WRITERS
THE WINTER OLYMPICS
FOOD ACROSS AMERICA
BLOODSUCKERS
SECRETARIES OF STATE
"HOME" DEPOT
$400 - Ken

(5) Perhaps best known for his plays, such as "Uncle Vanya", he was also a famed short-story writer


$400 - Josh

(1) 1 of only 2 Americans to win the men's figure skating gold medal since 1960


$400 - Ken

(10) A 13-foot-tall one of these stands on the highway near the city limits of Plains, Georgia


$400 - Josh

(26) In "The African Queen", Humphrey Bogart called these bloodsucking worms "filthy little devils"


$400 - Josh

(14) She was the first female Secretary of State


$400 - Clinton

(15) The last section of a racecourse


$800 - Josh

(6) After winning the Nobel Prize for Literature for "Doctor Zhivago", he was expelled from the Soviet Writers Union


$800 - Josh

(2) In 1998, the first Olympics in which it was held, Italy's Gian Simmen won the men's halfpipe in this sport


$800 - Triple Stumper

(11) These off the state tree of Illinois were ground, leached & cooked by Indians for food


$800 - Triple Stumper

(27) The Culex species of this insect may transmit encephalitis & certain kinds of parasitic worms


$800 - Clinton

(20) George Washington picked this future President to be his first Secretary of State


$800 - Josh

(16) School study of household management


(-$1200) - Josh

$1200 - Ken

(7) His novella "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich" was based on his own struggles in a Siberian labor camp


$1200 - Josh

(3) Lydia Skoblikova has a record 6 gold medals in speed skating; this American woman is second with 5


$1200 - Josh

(12) New Yorkers claim their bagels are best, because this ingredient is best in New York


$1200 - Josh

(30) The teeth of this bloodsucking cave dweller are so sharp that victims may not even feel the bite


(-$1800) - Clinton

(21) Dwight Eisenhower & JFK both attended the 1962 dedication of the airport named for him

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


$1200 - Ken

(17) Civilian activities in support of a war waged overseas


$1600 - Ken

(8) One of this poet's grandfathers was a black Ethiopian courtier to Peter the Great


$1600 - Ken

(4) In 1992 Kjetil Aamodt set the Olympic record at 1 min., 13.04 sec. in the Super G, short for super giant this


$2000 - Ken

(24) Bill Rosenberg opened the first shop in this chain in 1950 in Quincy, Ma. (We don't know when the cops came)

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Ken

(29) All of the species of this parasite-carrying fly in the genus Glossina live in sub-Saharan Africa


$1600 - Ken

(22) This silver-tongued orator & publisher of "The Commoner" resigned as Secretary in 1915


$1600 - Ken

(18) In this 1978 film, Jane Fonda becomes involved with a paraplegic war veteran played by Jon Voight


$2000 - Ken

(9) Novelist & short-story writer Aleksey Maksimovich Peshkov used this pseudonym


$2000 - Josh

(13) The Winter Olympics have been held in Austria twice, both times in this city


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) Famous for its seafood, this "old original" restaurant in Philly is a premier reading, er, dining spot


(-$2000) - Josh

(28) When this eel-like fish bites & attaches itself to another fish, an anticoagulating fluid keeps the wound open


$2000 - Ken

(23) In 1842 this silver-tongued orator negotiated a treaty with Lord Ashburton which settled the Maine boundary dispute


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(19) Equilibrium


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $24,800 (Lock game)
Josh: $8,400
Clinton: $1,800


Final JEOPARDY!

WORDS & PHRASES
Once slang for brain, this 2-word phrase now means the Heritage Foundation or the Brookings Institution

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Clinton: $1,800 + $1,799
Josh: $8,400 + $4,799
Ken: $24,800 + $5,200


Final Scores
Ken: $30,000 (4-day total of $126,201)
Josh: $13,199
Clinton: $3,599

Ken: $24,400 (25 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 0 wrong
Josh: $9,400 (18 right; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Clinton: $3,600 (8 right; 2 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $37,400

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