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JEOPARDY! Game - October 21, 2003

Contestants

Parker Morrison, Props master, originally from Noblesville, IN
David Burgoyne, Real estate appraiser from Ann Arbor, MI
Russ Schumacher, Graduate student from Fort Collins, CO (Returning 2-day champ with $29,499)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 21, 2003

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

VICE PRESIDENTIAL TERMS OF SERVICE
GETTING POSSESSIVE
SCIENCE PUNS
TAKE THE "A" TRAIN
CALL OUT THE BOB SQUAD
IT'S GONNA BLOW!
$200 - David

(2) 1953 - 1961


$200 - Parker

(21) If a crime has been committed out of the police's sight, you, Joe Lunchpail, may have to make this


$200 - David

(7) Do bees build these from scratch or does the scratch come later


$200 - David

(1) During the winter, Eurostar's Ski Train offers service to these mountains in France


$200 - Russ

(26) He was only 15 when he became an international chess Grandmaster in 1958


$200 - Russ

(16) This wind instrument dates back to the Aura & the Symphonium of the 1820s. Listen.


$400 - Parker

(3) 1989 - 1993


(-$400) - David

$400 - Parker

(22) Bugs Bunny insisted, "I'm an athlete! I've got an athlete's legs! I've even got" this


(-$400) - Russ

$400 - Parker

(8) When a woman in labor yells out, "Can't!" "Don't!" or "Won't!", she's having these


$400 - Russ

(12) Use a Eurail pass to ride the Alberg Line in this country for a scenic journey to Innsbruck


$400 - Russ

(27) In literature, he was Tiny Tim's dad & Scrooge's employee


$400 - Parker

(17) In first position this instrument's slide is fully retracted; in 7th position, fully extended. Listen.


$600 - David

(4) 1901


$600 - Parker

(23) Something easy to do, or a drama written by a ten-year-old


(-$600) - Parker

(9) When you are "under" this, a manometer will measure it


$600 - Russ

(13) Its lines include the Sunset Limited & the California Zephyr


$600 - Russ

(28) This hammer-happy handyman has hosted "Home Again" & "This Old House"


$600 - Russ

(18) A thin membrane helps this instrument produce its distinctive sound. Listen.


$800 - David

(5) 1965 - 1969


$800 - Parker

(24) In college it's similar to the honor roll


$800 - David

(10) Wyatt Earp gave these creatures the O.K. to build a reef in Tombstone's Lake


$800 - Russ

(14) Finished in 1889, Central Station in this city is similar in style to the Rijksmuseum


$800 - Russ

(29) In 1973 he won an astounding sixth Tony award for choreography


$800 - Russ

(19) There are bass & alto versions of this popular orchestra instrument heard here


(-$1000) - Russ

(-$1000) - Parker

(6) 1861 - 1865


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) Leonard Cohen titled an album "Death of" this male who attracts females


(-$1000) - Russ

$1000 - David

(11) At lunch whales commit muder on a massive scale when they're "going in for" this


(-$1000) - Russ

(15) Scotrail's high speed Turbostar trains run on routes from Edinburgh to Glasgow & to this city

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Parker

(30) This was Janis Joplin's only No. 1 hit as a solo performer


$1000 - Russ

(20) Heard here, its name is from the German for "flank horn", from its use in battle


Scores at the first commercial break:
David: $3,800
Parker: -$800
Russ: -$1,600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
David: $3,400
Russ: $3,000
Parker: $2,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 21, 2003

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SONNETS
MOVIE CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
NEXT TO BRAZIL
WEAPONS OF THE OLD WEST
THE 1930s
QUASI-RELATED PAIRS
$400 - Russ

(11) Shakespeare's sonnet 99 has this many lines, 1 more than each of the previous 98


$400 - Parker

(1) Sci-Fi silent film, or Superman's city (10 letters)


(-$400) - Russ

$400 - David

(6) This country that borders Brazil also borders Central America


$400 - David

(24) (Video of Jimmy at the Buckhorn Museum in San Antonio, TX) It's the fancy type of handle on this revolver, and on the gun used by Jesse James' killer


$400 - Russ

(21) He published his new "scale" in the January 1935 Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America


$400 - Russ

(16) "Mad About You" star Helen & "Spellbound" star Gregory


$800 - Russ

(12) This king who succeeded Elizabeth I wrote a sonnet epitaph on poet Sir Philip Sidney


$800 - Parker

(2) Albert Brooks' mommy movie (6 letters)


(-$5000) - David

(7) It's the only territory that Brazil borders that is an overseas region of a European nation

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $5000


$800 - David

(25) Not a drill but a shotgun was this dentist / gunman's weapon of choice


$800 - Parker

(22) This Al Capp comic strip made its debut August 13, 1934


(-$800) - Parker

(-$800) - David

(17) A device to spray your ferns & regrets the absence of


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(13) In 1652 this "heavenly" epic poet wrote a sonnet praising Oliver Cromwell as "our chief of men"


$1200 - Parker

(3) Ashley Wilkes' wife in "Wind" (7 letters)


$1200 - Russ

(8) One of the 2 countries that border Brazil that do not have a seacoast


(-$1200) - Parker

(26) In titles of John Langley's western novels, this numerical weapon precedes "Law", "Justice" & "Feud"


$1200 - David

(23) In 1935 beer was canned & Bill Wilson & Dr. Robert H. Smith founded this organization


$1200 - Russ

(18) The river on which Charon operates a ferry & Jagger, Richards & Watts, colloquially


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(14) "This door you might not open, and you did" begins an Edna St. Vincent Millay poem about this folklore guy


$1600 - Parker

(4) "Murder Mystery" borough (9 letters)


$1600 - Parker

(9) It's the largest country in area with which Brazil has a border


$2300 - David

(27) The Sharps "Big Fifty" was this type of gun named for an unfortunate animal

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2300


$1600 - David

(29) This NYC Mayor resigned in 1932, clouded by dy-no-mite headlines on corruption charges


$1600 - Russ

(19) Grieg's "Peer Gynt", for example, & ex-"West Wing"er Rob


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(15) Completes the first line of a Wordsworth poem, "Earth has not anything to show more ..."


$2000 - David

(5) 007's "lunar" saga (9 letters)


$2000 - Parker

(10) Of the nations that border Brazil, this one stretches the farthest west


$2000 - David

(28) (Video of Jimmy at the Buckhorn Museum in San Antonio, TX) Billy the Kid was among those who toted the 1873 model of this rifle, called "The gun that won the West"


$2000 - Russ

(30) In October 1936 Literary Digest took a poll & declared that this Kansan would win the Presidency in a landslide


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) A device to hold your pool balls together & a type of pine tree


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Russ: $10,600
Parker: $9,000
David: $8,300


Final JEOPARDY!

IN THE MEDICINE CABINET
This product's website features chemistry experiments like "the effect of temperature on rate of reaction"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
David: $8,300 - $2,300
Parker: $9,000 - $5,000
Russ: $10,600 + $7,401


Final Scores
Russ: $18,001 (3-day total of $47,500)
David: $6,000
Parker: $4,000

David: $12,600 (15 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 3 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Russ: $11,600 (19 right; 5 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Parker: $9,000 (15 right, includes 2 rebounds; 4 wrong)
Total: $33,200

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