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JEOPARDY! Game - November 18, 2003

College Championship Contestants

Ken Basin, USC Junior from Huntington Beach, CA
Jim Fitzpatrick, Wake Forest Senior from Colts Neck, NJ
Keith Williams, Middlebury College Freshman from Manchester, VT

JEOPARDY! Round - November 18, 2003

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

BARBER COLLEGE
GIVE ME ONE GOOD RAISIN
AMERICAN HISTORY
MOVIE TAGLINES
I'LL BE BACH
"T"3
$200 - Jim

(16) Under Kansas law, this document shall be conspicuously posted in your primary work station


$200 - Ken

(1) There are "two scoops of raisins" in this company's Raisin Bran


$200 - Keith

(7) A 1928 campaign slogan promised this "in every pot and a car in every garage"


$200 - Keith

(2) 1977: "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away"


$200 - Ken

(26) Bach was born in 1685 in Thuringen in what is now this country


$200 - Ken

(20) The Holy Bible is made up of the "Old" & "New" ones


$400 - Keith

(17) That the American College of Hairstyling requires 60 hours of training in this shouldn't have you in a lather


$400 - Keith

(12) Raisins came to the west in the 11th c. when knights brought them back after these military expeditions


$400 - Jim

(8) Years of political rivalry led to the July 11,1804 duel between these 2 men


$400 - Jim

(3) 1975: "Don't go in the water"


(-$400) - Ken

$400 - Keith

(27) A popular Bach cantata tells the story of a father's fear that his daughter is addicted to this morning drink


$400 - Ken

(22) Gouverneur Morris was responsible for much of the wording of this in 1787


(-$600) - Jim

(18) A barber in training might want to pick up a supply of styptic pencils; they help staunch this


$600 - Keith

(13) With about half of the world's supply grown there, this U.S. state leads the world in raisin production


$600 - Keith

(9) In 1776 this silversmith set up a mill to make gunpowder after the colonists ran out of it at Bunker Hill


$600 - Ken

(4) 2003: "There are 3.7 trillion fish in the ocean, they're looking for one"


$600 - Keith

(28) In his day, it's the instrument Bach was best known for playing; he was an expert on its design & construction


$3000 - Ken

(23) While not an M.D., this person can still diagnose eye problems & prescribe glasses

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$800 - Ken

(19) Brands of these include Hask, Jerris & Lucky Tiger; & you don't mix them with gin


$800 - Keith

(14) This Carthaginian General reportedly gave rations of raisins to his troops while they were crossing the Alps


$800 - Keith

(10) The Confederate States of America were established in 1861 in this city, the first Confederate capital


$800 - Ken

(5) 2001: "Power can be held in the smallest of things"


$800 - Ken

(29) Bach wrote a well-known set of concertos for Christian Ludwig, the Margrave of this region


$800 - Triple Stumper

(24) It's the lever pilots use to control the power & speed of many planes


$1000 - Jim

(21) Marvy's model 55 one of these has a globe on top & runs about $500 (You might want one when you set up shop)


$1000 - Jim

(15) From the old French for "raisins of Corinth", it's what Europeans call some raisins


$1000 - Keith

(11) This leader of the Green Mountain Boys was a champion for the creation of the Green Mountain State


$1000 - Jim

(6) 2003: "The inner beast will be released"


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) This early 20th c. missionary to Africa was a great admirer of Bach's & often performed his works in concert


$1000 - Ken

(25) To create an opera, you need a composer & this person who writes or adapts the text


Scores at the first commercial break:
Keith: $4,600
Jim: $2,800
Ken: $1,600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $7,600
Keith: $6,000
Jim: $3,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - November 18, 2003

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BERBER COLLAGE
FEMALE ATHLETES
ASIA
AMERICAN POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS
CLIFFS NOTES
STARTS WITH "R"
(-$400) - Ken

(-$400) - Keith

(26) After the Arab conquest in the 7th century, the Berbers picked up this religion, but are a bit less orthodox about it


$400 - Jim

(1) Natascha Badmann was a champ in the Duathlon (running & biking), then added this sport to triumph in the Triathlon


$400 - Keith

(4) In 1931 this Indian pacifist signed an agreement with Lord Irwin to stop his campaign of civil disobedience


$400 - Jim

(9) MS


$400 - Ken

(21) Thomas Hardy novel in which Jude Fawley lives to see all his childhood hopes & dreams dashed ... then he dies


$400 - Jim

(16) This word for stealing livestock also refers to a soft sound made by leaves


(-$800) - Keith

(-$800) - Ken

(27) Berbers account for a quarter of Algeria's population & a third of this neighbor to the west


$800 - Keith

(2) (Video of Sarah at the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI) She won the first of 9 Wimbledon singles trophies in 1978, 3 years after defecting from Czechoslovakia


$800 - Keith

(5) While the Huang He is called "China's Sorrow", this river is "China's Fortune"


(-$800) - Ken

$800 - Keith

(10) AR


$800 - Keith

(22) Hardy novel in which the title heroine makes a series of unfortunate decisions ... then she's hanged


$800 - Jim

(17) Also known as cos lettuce, it's traditionally found in Caesar salad


$1600 - Keith

(28) The North African area that was home to pirates was called this after the Berbers

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1600


(-$1200) - Keith

(3) When her baby arrived early in June 2003, the father, also a sprinter, said, "I didn't expect him to be this fast"


$1200 - Ken

(6) Russia claims & occupies all of the Kuril Islands, but this country lays claim to some of the southern islands


$1200 - Ken

(11) AL


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(23) Hardy novel in which Clym returns to the heath where his mom dies from a snakebite ... then his wife drowns


$1200 - Ken

(18) (Video of Cheryl at the National Memorial in Oklahoma City) A place for quiet thought, this kind of pool in Oklahoma City shares its name with one near the Lincoln Memorial


$1600 - Ken

(29) (Video) Some say the Berbers were the first to breed these, from polecats they captured in Spain


$1600 - Keith

(14) Tennessee basketball's "3 Meeks" were Tamika Catchings, Semeka Randall & her


$1600 - Keith

(7) The Al Bu Said family, based in Muscat, began ruling this country in the 1740s


$1600 - Keith

(12) Think outside the box: PR


(-$1200) - Keith

(24) Hardy novel in which the drunken Henchard sells his wife & baby, with truly ghastly results ... then he wanders off, dies

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


$1600 - Jim

(19) This Icelandic city's marathon has had a good run; it had its 20th anniversary in 2003


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) The mother of this "City of God" saint was a Berber


$2000 - Keith

(15) In 1998 this Korean golfer became the youngest winner of the LPGA's U.S. Women's Open


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(8) Tibetans practice this form of Buddhism whose chief sect is the Yellow Hat


$2000 - Jim

(13) A U.S. territory: AS


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) Finally, a Hardy book that (sorta) ends happily! Bathsheba marries Gabriel! (Everyone else is dead or institutionalized)


$2000 - Keith

(20) From a Latin word for "reddish", it's another name for German measles


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Keith: $16,400
(Originally $13,200. The judges reversed their decision on Keith's $1600 Daily Double response before Final Jeopardy began, increasing his score.)
Ken: $11,200
Jim: $9,000


Final JEOPARDY!

REFERENCE BOOKS
The name of this type of reference book comes from the Greek for "circle of instruction"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jim: $9,000 - $9,000
Ken: $11,200 - $6,801
Keith: $16,400 + $6,001


Final Scores
Keith: $22,401
Ken: $6,801
Jim: $0

Keith: $17,200 (22 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Jim: $9,000 (12 right; 1 wrong)
Ken: $8,800 (15 right, includes 1 DD; 4 wrong)
Total: $35,000

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