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JEOPARDY! Game - October 6, 2003

Contestants

Amy Carruthers, Homemaker from Clover, SC
Matt Campanaro, Environmental scientist from Knoxville, TN
Tom Massimo, Equity trader from New York, NY (Returning 2-day champ with $38,401)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 6, 2003

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

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
DECORATING
COUNTRY SONGS
NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARKS
PAINTINGS
ADD A LETTER
$200 - Matt

(5) This animal has 12 times the memory of a human & over 300,000 muscles in its nose


$200 - Matt

(4) Dechirage is making a collage out of this, a good way to get rid of your old origami collection


$200 - Amy

(10) A classic by Lynn Anderson begins, "I beg your pardon I never promised you" this


$200 - Tom

(1) Cumberland Gap Park contains parts of Tennessee, Virginia & this state


$200 - Matt

(21) His paintings of Jackie, Mao & the electric chair were included in a retrospective of his work at L.A.'s MOCA in 2002


(-$200) - Amy

(23) Add this letter to lump & it becomes a mass of soil or trees


$400 - Amy

(6) Humans belong to this order of mammals which also includes monkeys, lemurs & gorillas


$400 - Amy

(12) If you're standing, it's the direction you should look to check out the wainscoting


$400 - Triple Stumper

(11) A hit by Alabama says, "If you're gonna play in Texas, you gotta have" one of these instruments in the band


$400 - Tom

(2) Of Faneuil Hall, Bunker Hill or Fraunces Tavern, the one not part of Boston Park


(-$400) - Tom

$400 - Amy

(22) A still life by Manet shows spears of this vegetable, white ones with violet tips


$400 - Matt

(24) You can turn word into a weapon by adding this letter


$600 - Tom

(7) AKA Ursus Maritimus, it's the largest maneater north of the Arctic Circle


$600 - Matt

(13) It's decorating a surface with raised ornamentation; it may be done to your letterhead


$600 - Matt

(16) (Video) Hey, this is Brad Paisley. In my song "I'm gonna miss her", I have to choose between my girl & my love of this -- "Oh, lookie there, I've got a bite"


$600 - Amy

(3) Hawthorne's home is in the Massachusetts park named for one of these ready-in-a-moment soldiers


$1000 - Matt

(28) (Video) Seen here is this artist's portrait of Dr. Gachet, who had treated him for depression

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


(-$600) - Amy

$600 - Matt

(25) It's what you add to row to get the front part of a boat


$800 - Matt

(8) Among baleen whales, they're known for their elaborate songs & their long, narrow flippers


$800 - Triple Stumper

(19) In military slang, the gold braid decorating an officer's cap is known as this breakfast food


$800 - Amy

(17) A Top 20 country hit for Elvis in 1973, Willie Nelson took it to No. 1 in 1982


$800 - Matt

(14) Established in 1978, the War in the Pacific Park is on this island in the Marianas


$800 - Tom

(29) This monochrome portrait of a woman is actually titled "Arrangement in Gray and Black No. 1"


$800 - Amy

(26) Adding this letter turns a lad into a high-class lass


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(9) Famous around the world, Morocco leather traditionally comes from this farm animal


$1000 - Amy

(20) Though it sounds "harsh", it's just embroidery, often in a floral pattern, done with yarn on cotton cloth


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(18) (Video) Hi, I'm Joe Nichols. It may sound "unlikely", but in 2003 this song earned me a Grammy nomination for Best Male Country Vocal


(-$1000) - Matt

(15) This park where the Shenandoah & Potomac Rivers join was once home to an Army arsenal


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(30) A portrait of fellow artist Francis Bacon is one of the best-known works by this grandson of Sigmund Freud


$1000 - Matt

(27) Add this letter to slice to get an artificial channel or floodgate


Scores at the first commercial break:
Matt: $1,600
Amy: $1,600
Tom: $1,200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Matt: $5,400
Amy: $3,800
Tom: $1,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 6, 2003

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POETRY
MOVIE TITLE PAIRS
NEW CELEBRITY CONTESTANTS
CITIES' TALLEST BUILDINGS
MADE IN JAPAN
"X"2
$400 - Matt

(23) When this poem was first publshed January 29, 1845, it was a feather in Poe's cap


$400 - Amy

(9) 1999: Jodie Foster & Chow Yun-Fat


$400 - Triple Stumper

(2) (Video) Get ready for some Algonquin wit from this author, whose new collection is "Laments for the Living." Here's ...


$400 - Matt

(1) In this eastern U.S. city, it's One Liberty Place


$400 - Triple Stumper

(16) Electronics maker whose initials come from "Victor Company of Japan"


$400 - Tom

(20) In one slick deal it merged with Mobil in 1998


$800 - Amy

(24) The Old English religious poem "The Dream of the Rood" tells the story of a tree that became this relic


$800 - Triple Stumper

(10) 1931: Fredric March & Fredric March


$800 - Tom

(4) (Video) This man of steel is trying to win cash for his New York City concert hall. Welcome ...


(-$800) - Tom

$800 - Amy

(3) The Peter & Paul Cathedral is tops in this city named for one of them


$800 - Matt

(17) This colorful tea is the predominant kind of tea produced in Japan


$800 - Tom

(21) It describes a blending of southwestern & south-of-the-border foods like nachos & fajitas


(-$1200) - Matt

$1200 - Tom

(25) His poem "O Captain! My Captain!" is an elegy on the death of Abraham Lincoln


$1200 - Matt

(11) 1985: Timothy Hutton & Sean Penn


$1200 - Tom

(5) (Video) He claims he knows nothing, but he's got a method to help him win. From Greece, it's ...


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(8) Torre Mayor on Paseo de la Reforma


$1200 - Matt

(18) This plane got its name from having first been built during the 2,600th anniversary of Japan's first emperor

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


$1200 - Amy

(22) The Random House Dictionary lists it as a noun & verb, as well as a trademark


$800 - Tom

(26) W.H. Auden wrote "In Memory of" this poet, "Let the Irish vessel lie / Emptied of its poetry"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $800


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(12) 1980: Paul LeMat & Jason Robards, Jr.


$1600 - Amy

(6) (Video) This egghead's credits include 2-time Presidential nominee and Ambassador to the U.N. Here's ...


$1600 - Tom

(14) Here it's the Petro Canada Centre, cowboy


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(19) The earthquake that devastated Tokyo in 1923 left the Osaka-based Asahi Simbun as Japan's leading one of these


$1600 - Amy

(27) Term for a woman who's appointed to carry out the provisions in a person's will


$2000 - Matt

(28) His "Holy Sonnets" include "Spit in My Face" & "Death Be Not Proud"


(-$2000) - Amy

(13) 1957: Laurence Olivier & Marilyn Monroe


$2000 - Tom

(7) (Video) Our returning champ, after a 76-year absence, he's the man you want for star sightings. Welcome ...


(-$2000) - Matt

$2000 - Tom

(15) Asian capital that's home to the 1,483-foot Petronas Towers


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(29) A hanjo is a mat half the size of one of these standard ones


$2000 - Tom

(30) He succeeded his father, Darius I, as ruler of the Persian Empire


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tom: $13,600
Matt: $8,200
Amy: $8,200


Final JEOPARDY!

AUTHORS
He chose a quotation by Scott Joplin as the epigraph for a 1975 novel

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Amy: $8,200 + $8,175
Matt: $8,200 + $8,000
Tom: $13,600 - $2,801


Final Scores
Amy: $16,375
Matt: $16,200
Tom: $10,799

Tom: $14,400 (14 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 2 wrong)
Amy: $8,200 (14 right, includes 2 rebounds; 3 wrong)
Matt: $7,800 (17 right, includes 2 DDs & 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
Total: $30,400

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