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JEOPARDY! Game - October 24, 2003

Contestants

Randy Childs, High school teacher from Los Angeles, CA
Mary Curtis, Editor & columnist from Charlotte, NC
Mike Garabedian, Graduate student from Whittier, CA (Returning 1-day champ with $16,401)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 24, 2003

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

HISTORIC GROUPS
IT'S TIME FOR SPORTS
COLORFUL WORDS & PHRASES
WOMEN'S HEALTH
PLACES TO GO
THINGS TO "C"
$200 - Mike

(6) Maybe their youth led them to bring the Ottoman Empire into World War I on the losing side


$200 - Mike

(16) Maria Sharapova has had complaints about the loudness of her grunting while playing this


$200 - Mike

(1) Term for a late-night flight, or a phenomenon seen in flash photography


$200 - Randy

(22) Postmenopausal women are at increased risk of this type of disease abbreviated CV


$200 - Mike

(17) Like Madame Tussaud's in London, the Grevin is a Paris museum of this


$200 - Randy

(11) This President was sharply criticized for pardoning Vietnam War draft evaders


$400 - Mike

(7) (Video of Jimmy at the Buckhorn Museum in San Antonio, TX) At this bar, Teddy Roosevelt recruited for the first U.S. volunteer cavalry, better known as these


$400 - Randy

(27) In 2003 the Miami Hurricanes blew out of this conference to join the Atlantic Coast Conference


$400 - Mike

(2) It's the document that allows a foreign national to live & work in the U.S., legally


$400 - Mike

(23) Elevating your legs when you sit reduces the risk of these blue, swollen veins


$400 - Mike

(18) This "stately" New York City skyscraper hosts an annual run-up of 86 flights of stairs


$400 - Mike

(12) (Video) Usually found in mountainous regions, it's the variety of feline seen here


$600 - Triple Stumper

(8) This name for the Jewish heroes of Hanukkah may mean "hammer"


$600 - Mary

(28) The first choice in the 2003 NBA draft, he already has a $90 million Nike deal & is only 18


$600 - Mike

(3) Not to spout off but you'll find about half of the world's geothermal features in this national park


$600 - Randy

(24) Liposuction comes from lipos, the Greek word for this


$600 - Randy

(19) Celebrating its centennial in 2003, this city's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum was known as Fenway Court when it opened


$600 - Mike

(13) European rank equal to a British Earl


$800 - Mike

(9) (Video of Sarah in Squaw Valley, CA) This group really got sustenance from each other, stuck here in the Sierra Nevadas in the winter of 1846-47


$800 - Mike

(29) This surprise 2003 British Open winner said that Tiger Woods has "this aroma about him"


$800 - Randy

(4) Joan Didion titled her 1979 collection of essays this, like a Beatles record


$3000 - Randy

(25) Biologist Margie Profet theorized that this malady of expectant mothers evolved to protect the baby from toxins

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$800 - Randy

(20) Philadelphia's Mutter Museum has the actual connected livers of this pair


$800 - Randy

(14) 13-letter term for the prevention of fertilization


$1000 - Randy

(10) The leader of this group of Irish immigrant miners was pardoned in 1979, 100 years after he was hanged


$1000 - Mary

(30) This horse's owners weren't laughing in 2003 when it failed to pick up the 3rd jewel of the Triple Crown


$1000 - Mike

(5) People of royal birth are said to be "born to" or "in" this color


$1000 - Randy

(26) Osteoporosis weakens bones; this, which starts with the same 5 letters, destroys cartilage in joints


$1000 - Mike

(21) Built around 122 A.D., this wall was the northern defensive boundary of Roman Britain


(-$1000) - Mike

(15) This man set up the first printing press in London in 1476


Scores at the first commercial break:
Mike: $3,600
Randy: $2,800
Mary: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Randy: $9,400
Mike: $6,600
Mary: $1,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 24, 2003

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MECCA
DOG, CAT OR FISH
ITALIAN ART
4-SYLLABLE WORDS
FAMOUS AMANDAS
SCOTT
$400 - Mike

(25) In 1924 Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud took over things in Mecca to make it the religious capital of what's now this country


$400 - Randy

(18) Abe Vigoda: 'Nuff said


$400 - Randy

(1) This "David" sculptor was the only living artist in Vasari's 1550 "Lives of the Artists"


$400 - Mike

(13) A 1952 New York Times Magazine article introduced the "Beat" one to the world


$400 - Mary

(6) Amanda Bearse was seen on the 2003 reunion special for this TV series on which she played Marcy D'Arcy


$400 - Triple Stumper

(11) Middle name of Antarctic explorer Robert Scott; maybe he should have flown to the pole


$800 - Mike

(27) The original Hegira was his escape from Mecca in 622 A.D.


$800 - Randy

(19) After Steven & before Yusef, the singer of "Moon Shadow" used this first name


$800 - Mike

(2) The Metropolitan Museum of Art showed one facet of his genius in the 2003 show
Him, "Master Draftsman"


(-$800) - Randy

$800 - Mike

(14) The "protein energy" type of this dietary insufficiency affects many kids in the developing world


(-$800) - Randy

(7) This "geographic" group had a No. 1 hit in 1986 with "Amanda"


$800 - Mike

(12) After his first trip, Scott married Kathleen Bruce; wedding guests included this "Thinker" sculptor


$1200 - Mike

(28) The Al-Asr watch electronically points to Mecca & sets off an alarm this many times a day, 1 before each prayer time


$1200 - Randy

(20) A cynophobic would fear one of these


(-$3600) - Mike

(3) (Video) A peculiar behavioral trait, or the exaggerated style seen here in the work of Parmigianino

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3600


$1200 - Randy

(15) To observe or investigate the enemy's military encampment


$1200 - Mary

(8) She spent about 20 years of her life playing Miss Kitty


$1200 - Randy

(23) Robert Scott reached the South Pole Jan. 18, 1912 only to discover this man's group made it about a month before


$1600 - Mike

(29) In the courtyard of the Great Mosque is this windowless, cube-shaped building that some say was built by Abraham


$1600 - Mary

(21) A person, especially a swinging jazz player


$1600 - Mary

(4) In 1330 this Italian city's Church of Santa Croce made room for Bernardo Daddi, who frescoed a chapel


$1600 - Mike

(16) Term for Greek art & culture from about 323 to 27 B.C.


$1600 - Mary

(9) Jill in "The Whole Nine Yards", she was Jack in TV's "Jack & Jill"


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) Scott set up his winter quarters on the 1901-04 expedition near this volcanic Antarctic mountain


$2000 - Mike

(30) In Scrabble you can use a blank tile to make this 4-letter word for a pilgrimage to Mecca


$2000 - Mary

(22) Ulysses S. Grant's Secretary of State


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(5) (Video) A sculpture of his in Rome seems to fear that the church built by his rival, Borromini, will fall


$2000 - Mike

(17) "More bigger" is an example of the grammatically forbidden double type of this form

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(10) In 2003 this former "All That" star found out "What a Girl Wants" on the big screen


$2000 - Mike

(26) The title of Susan Solomon's book about the last trip, "The Coldest" this, refers to the weather on Scott's trek back


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Mike: $17,400
Randy: $13,000
Mary: $10,000


Final JEOPARDY!

BALLET
In a 1935 ballet based on this mythical person, a dancer leaps toward the sun, then crashes to the stage

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Mary: $10,000 + $9,000
Randy: $13,000 + $4,400
Mike: $17,400 + $8,601


Final Scores
Mike: $26,001 (2-day total of $42,402)
Mary: $19,000
Randy: $17,400

Mike: $21,000 (27 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 2 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Randy: $10,800 (17 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong)
Mary: $10,000 (8 right; 0 wrong)
Total: $41,800

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