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JEOPARDY! Game - October 17, 2003

Contestants

Arlen Schweiger, Copy editor from Burlington, VT
Russ Schumacher, Graduate student from Fort Collins, CO
Katie Durham, Graduate student from Portland, OR (Returning 1-day champ with $10,200)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 17, 2003

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

THE CIVIL WAR
MTV MOVIE AWARDS: BEST KISS
HOW CAN I HELP?
JINGLES & SLOGANS
OLD TESTAMENT BOOKS
"A" MEN
$200 - Russ

(2) On July 11, 1864 Jubal Early & his troops were dangerously close to this capital


$200 - Katie

(1) Gwyneth Paltrow & Joseph Fiennes won for this movie in 1999


$200 - Russ

(21) If in a small town, consider volunteering for this department -- 76% of them in the U.S. are all-volunteer


$200 - Russ

(26) "You deserve a break today" at this chain


$200 - Russ

(14) The Song of Songs is also called the Song of him


$200 - Russ

(4) Until his death in 1998, this singing cowboy was vice president of baseball's American League


$400 - Russ

(3) George Custer's brother Thomas was the only person to receive 2 of these medals during the war


$400 - Russ

(12) For a 2003 win, she locked lips with an upside-down Tobey Maguire in "Spiderman"


$400 - Russ

(22) Wield your "Stop" paddle with authority as one of these outside a school


$400 - Russ

(27) Its slogan "The milk chocolate melts in your mouth, not in your hand" was introduced in 1954


$400 - Russ

(17) It's the book abbreviated Is.


$400 - Arlen

(5) It wasn't his diet that killed him but, sadly, a fall on an icy sidewalk in April 2003


$600 - Triple Stumper

(9) This state's 54th, whose heroics are seen in the movie "Glory", was one of the first black regiments from the North


$600 - Katie

(13) (Video) Hi, I'm Vivica Fox. In 1997 this actor & I won the MTV Movie award for "Best Kiss" for the kiss we shared in "Independence Day"


(-$600) - Russ

(-$600) - Arlen

$600 - Katie

(23) Look for suspicious activity near home in this program, an initiative of the National Sheriffs' Association


$600 - Katie

(28) "Like a good neighbor", this insurer "is there"


(-$600) - Arlen

$600 - Russ

(18) In chapter 1 of this aptly named book, God orders that the first census of Israel be taken


$600 - Russ

(6) This "Stone Cold" wrestler shares his name with TV's "Six Million Dollar Man"


$800 - Russ

(10) Joe Wheeler was the only Confederate leader to put a stumbling block in this man's March to the Sea


$800 - Russ

(15) 1998's winners were Adam Sandler & Drew Barrymore for this film


$800 - Russ

(24) See a movie with the little fellow or help him with his homework as one of these in a program founded in 1904


$800 - Katie

(29) It's "M'm! M'm! Good!"


$800 - Katie

(19) It's sometimes referred to by the title "Sepher Tehillim", meaning "Book of Praises"


$800 - Russ

(7) In 1836 Sam Houston appointed him Secretary of State of the Republic of Texas


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(11) "The Battle Above the Clouds" was fought on this Tennessee mountain with a good view


$1000 - Katie

(16) Woody Harrelson & Demi Moore won for this 1994 film


(-$1000) - Arlen

(-$1000) - Russ

(25) Send just $30 a month to World Vision for a needy child & you'll be designated one of these


$1000 - Russ

(30) According to the old jingle, he "gets rid of dirt and grime and grease in just a minute"


$1000 - Katie

(20) Chapter 6 of this book begins, "Now Jericho was straitly shut up because of the Children of Israel"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(8) 1994's "Three Tall Women" earned him his third Pulitzer Prize for Drama


Scores at the first commercial break:
Russ: $4,400
Katie: $800
Arlen: $400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Russ: $6,800
Katie: $5,600
Arlen: -$1,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 17, 2003

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SOCIOLOGY
SALMON FISHING
1920s BESTSELLERS
ALL THAT JAZZ
TRAVEL FRANCE
THE THIRD WORD
$400 - Arlen

(26) In 1979 this country put a 1-child limit on couples; now a one-son-or-two-child-policy is in force


$400 - Katie

(16) A discussion process called North of Falcon determines the tribal catch in this state's Puget Sound


(-$400) - Russ

(21) "The Mysterious Rider", "To the Last Man", & "The Call of the Canyon" were some of his 1920s top westerns


$400 - Russ

(1) In 1952 this musician known as "Satchmo" became the first inducted into Down Beat Magazine's Jazz Hall of Fame


$400 - Arlen

(3) In 1810 a fake Arc de Triomphe was erected in this city; the real one for Marie Louise's triumphal entry wasn't ready


$400 - Russ

(8) In the King James version of Genesis


$800 - Russ

(28) It's the -ism based on self-interest, profit & free competition; Karl Marx wasn't thrilled with it


$800 - Russ

(17) (Video of Jimmy in
Sitka, Alaska)
The main value of Chum salmon is not in their flesh, but in these items they produce


$800 - Russ

(22) With this book Sinclair Lewis was on the road to success in 1921


$800 - Katie

(2) The title of the 1993 Grammy Awards-winning CD "Miles and Quincy Live at Montreaux" referred to these 2 jazz legends


(-$800) - Russ

(5) The name of this city in Burgundy has become a synonym in the U.S. for a cheap white wine


$800 - Triple Stumper

(9) In John Paul Jones' most famous 7-word quote of September 23, 1779


$1200 - Russ

(27) Playwright Israel Zangwill dubbed the ethnic mix of NYC around 1900 one of these, "roaring and bubbling"


(-$1600) - Russ

(18) From a dorsal feature they develop as they return to spawn, some salmon are called this, like a species of whale

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1600


$1200 - Katie

(23) Even if you get the full version of this 1928 bestseller by Thornton Wilder, it's a"bridge"d


(-$1200) - Arlen

(4) This "timely" song, Count Basie's theme, was written & originally recorded by Basie in 1937


$1200 - Katie

(13) The first French town liberated in WWII, it's famous for a 231-foot-long illustrated piece of linen


$1200 - Russ

(10) In "Moby Dick"


$1600 - Russ

(29) Sci-Fi author who came up in the 1950s with "Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health"


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(19) The record for this salmon named for a body of water is a 79-pounder caught in Norway in 1928


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) Edith Hull's big romantic novel, it was turned into a film starring Rudolph Valentino


$1600 - Russ

(6) Recordings by this Bebop alto saxophonist include "Carvin' the Bird", "Yardbird Suite" & "Bird Feathers"


$1600 - Russ

(14) St. Malo in Brittany is home to the tomb of this explorer who claimed Quebec for France


(-$1600) - Russ

(11) In the British National Anthem


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) In 1899's "The Theory of" this "Class", Thorstein Veblen coined the term "conspicuous consumption"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) (Video of Jimmy in
Sitka, Alaska)
The 3 main types of Alaskan salmon-fishing boats are trollers, gill-netters, and these, which use a gigantic net


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) When you were young, some of you read his 1924 bestseller "When We Were Very Young"


(-$2000) - Russ

(7) In the mid-1950s pianist Horace Silver & this drummer founded The Jazz Messengers


$2000 - Russ

(15) Spend a year in Provence & you'll hit all the tourist sights, like this city's Papal Palace

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(12) In Shakespeare's 18th sonnet


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Russ: $12,800
Katie: $9,200
Arlen: -$2,200


Final JEOPARDY!

HISTORIC ROYALTY
(Video) These 2 men seen here, allies during World War I, were sometimes mistaken for each other

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Katie: $9,200 - $9,200
Russ: $12,800 - $5,601


Final Scores
Russ: $7,199
Katie: $0

Russ: $14,400 (28 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 7 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Katie: $9,200 (12 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Arlen: -$2,200 (3 right; 4 wrong)
Total: $21,400

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