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JEOPARDY! Game - October 8, 2003

Contestants

Sean Ryan, Taxi driver, bartender & student from State College, PA
Cathy Strybel, Physical therapist from Orland Park, IL
Jeremy Harmon, Travel accountant, originally from Muncie, IN (Returning 1-day champ with $24,801)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 8, 2003

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

THE QUOTABLE NIXON
BIG SCREEN TITLE ROLES
NATIONAL ANTHEMS
TULIPS
ONE KNOWS
A PAIR OF "I"s
$200 - Cathy

(6) 1973: "People have got to know whether or not their President is" one of these; "well I'm not" one of these


$200 - Jeremy

(1) 2002: "The Pianist"


$200 - Jeremy

(12) Its national anthem is called "Deutschlandlied" & is based on a melody by Joseph Haydn


$200 - Sean

(17) Clusius, a botanist, is credited with growing the first tulips in this country back in the 16th century


$200 - Sean

(11) One knows Easter falls on this date in 2018, so you might have to watch out for rotten eggs left as a joke


$200 - Jeremy

(26) Sport of "Downhill Racer"


$400 - Jeremy

(7) 1970: This Asian nation is "a great & vital people who should not remain isolated ..."


$400 - Jeremy

(2) 1978: "Superman"


$400 - Sean

(13) Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle composed it one night during the French Revolution


$400 - Cathy

(18) Normally you should buy & plant your tulip bulbs in this season


$400 - Cathy

(21) One knows Percival liked quests, like this Everest climber whose middle name is Percival


$400 - Cathy

(27) In a circle, 2 of these make up a diameter


(-$600) - Sean

$600 - Cathy

(8) 1977: "When the President does it, that means that it is not" this


$600 - Jeremy

(3) 1982: "Blade Runner"


(-$600) - Sean

(-$600) - Cathy

$600 - Jeremy

(14) Greenland has the same national anthem ("Der Er Et Yndigt Land") as this country


$600 - Cathy

(19) This tune featured in the 1929 film "Gold Diggers of Broadway" was famously revived in 1968


(-$600) - Jeremy

$600 - Cathy

(22) One knows in January 2000
1 of the 3 Wilson volleyballs used in this film sold at auction for $18,400


$600 - Cathy

(28) In 79 A.D. it was one of the 3 cities buried by Vesuvius


$800 - Jeremy

(9) 1969: "It's time for the great" this "of Americans to stand up and be counted"


$800 - Cathy

(4) 1967: "The Graduate"


$800 - Sean

(15) This country probably isn't neutral about "Schweizer Psalm", its national anthem


$800 - Jeremy

(20) His first volume of poetry was "Tulips and Chimneys"; so in 1923 he was still using some upper case letters


$800 - Jeremy

(23) One knows sitars are stringed instruments & these are Greek deities that have the legs of a goat


$800 - Sean

(29) (Video) Dark and meaty, it's used in Oriental dishes


(-$600) - Jeremy

(10) 1962: "You won't have Nixon to kick around anymore, because gentlemen, this is my last" of these

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $600


$1000 - Sean

(5) 1982: "Gandhi"


$1000 - Sean

(16) "La Brabanconne" is the national anthem of this low country


(-$1000) - Cathy

(25) Characterized by "broken" colors, this late-flowering tulip group has the name of a noted artist


$1000 - Sean

(24) One knows ABC is owned by Disney, CBS by Viacom & NBC by this company


$1000 - Sean

(30) A nene is this type of goose that leis eggs


Scores at the first commercial break:
Jeremy: $2,600
Sean: $1,200
Cathy: $1,000

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Sean: $5,200
Jeremy: $3,800
Cathy: $3,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 8, 2003

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U.S. CITIES
WINTER SPORTS
THE JEOPARDY! TIME MACHINE
COMMUNICATIONS
IN THE BOOKSTORE
3-LETTER WORDS
$400 - Jeremy

(1) Kurt Vonnegut called it "Skyscraper National Park"


(-$400) - Sean

$400 - Jeremy

(14) (Video of Sarah in Squaw Valley, CA) In the international trail-marking system, green circle means easy; blue square tougher; and black these, hardest


$400 - Cathy

(11) (Video) Maybe you can help those Scotland Yard bozos catch him in 1888; here's a sketch to work with


$400 - Jeremy

(22) Office fixture that lent its name to what early internet users posted their messages on


$400 - Sean

(2) "Shadow Warriors" from this novelist is a look at our military's special forces


$400 - Sean

(19) In crosswords a swamp may be a fen or this


$800 - Sean

(7) Its nicknames include "Home to Walt Disney World" & "Heart of the Sunshine State"


$800 - Cathy

(15) In this sport the short track is an oval, 364 feet in circumference


$800 - Sean

(12) For your trip to the 1980s, I got you this exclusive-sounding brand of jacket from Aris Industries


(-$800) - Jeremy

(23) Listen up: one of the first commercial items to use transistors was one of these listening devices


$800 - Jeremy

(3) This Washington Post veteran attempts to give the inside story on "Bush at War"


(-$800) - Jeremy

(27) It's a crowlike bird, often blue


$1800 - Sean

(8) The completion of the Bonnet Carre Spillway in this city in 1932 largely ended the threat of floods from the Mississippi

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


(-$1200) - Sean

$1200 - Jeremy

(16) (Video of Sarah in Squaw Valley, CA) Phrase for what snowboarders are now known for doing ... as well as hoboes


$1200 - Jeremy

(13) You're going to the battlefields of World War I -- find a safe one of these but avoid the foot problem named for it


$1200 - Cathy

(24) In 2003 a closed caption said Alan Greenspan was treated "for an enlarged prostitute" instead of this


$1200 - Sean

(4) The title of Lisa Beamer's memoir, it's her husband Todd's famous phrase aboard flight 93 on 9/11/01


$1200 - Sean

(28) It's a section of pineapple skin, an apple seed, a spot on a die or a Dickens character


$1600 - Sean

(9) New Hampshire's largest city, it was first named Harrytown, then Derryfield; it got its present name in 1810


$1000 - Jeremy

(17) Job of Wayne Maki, Dave Forbes & Tiger Williams, who each made news when charged with criminal assault

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(20) It's set to 383 years ago & you'll sail aboard this; I'm afraid your bunkmate Edward Tilly snores


(-$1600) - Cathy

(25) A strike was organized in 1870 by these "Knights of the Key"


$1600 - Sean

(5) Including Lee's surrender, in a current title it was "The Month that Saved America"


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) A sailor may be a tar or this, also a mass or a lump


(-$2000) - Sean

(-$2000) - Cathy

(10) Connecticut's largest city, its Mountain Grove Cemetery has a life-size statue of Tom Thumb


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(18) (Video of Sarah skiing in Squaw Valley, CA) This type of turn is named for a mountainous region of Norway


(-$2000) - Jeremy

(-$2000) - Cathy

$2000 - Sean

(21) Let's crank it back 150 million years -- don't get trampled by this long-necked 88' dinosaur, thought the longest ever


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(26) Mark Twain said this slug-making machine could work like 6 men & do everything but drink, swear & go out on strike


$2000 - Jeremy

(6) This author of "High Fidelity" has a songbook out in which he discusses his favorite tunes


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) No mistake, according to Confucius, "The cautious seldom" do this


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Sean: $13,400
Jeremy: $7,600
Cathy: - $200


Final JEOPARDY!

SURVEY SAYS
In 1981 this man's company issued its first syndicated CSI, Customer Satisfaction Index

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jeremy: $7,600 - $5,801
Sean: $13,400 - $1,801


Final Scores
Sean: $11,599
Jeremy: $1,799

Sean: $12,800 (19 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 5 wrong)
Jeremy: $8,800 (18 right, includes 1 DD & 3 rebounds; 5 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Cathy: - $200 (12 right, includes 2 rebounds; 5 wrong)
Total: $21,400

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