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JEOPARDY! Game - November 20, 2003

College Championship Contestants

Grant Hutchinson, University of West Florida Freshman from Pensacola, FL
Keith Williams, Middlebury College Freshman from Manchester, VT
Josh Perkins, Rice University Sophomore from Houston, TX

JEOPARDY! Round - November 20, 2003

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

THE CIVIL WAR
LATE NIGHT TV
WILDLIFE
CAN YOU PICTURE THIS?
ROTC
3-LETTER WORDS IN YALE
$200 - Grant

(3) This Union General's troops averaged 12-15 miles a day on their 1864 march to Savannah


$200 - Keith

(1) If you want to get on his "Late Show", have Rover start practicing a stupid pet trick


$200 - Keith

(21) This African bird has long, powerful legs & a stride of 15 feet


(-$200) - Keith

(-$200) - Josh

(26) (Video) 10-letter adjective shared by the following


$200 - Keith

(11) Army ROTC produces 75% of these, represented by the second letter in ROTC


$200 - Keith

(16) Sitting on the ocean floor with the Titanic are 500 cases of Bass this that went down with the ship


(-$400) - Josh

$400 - Keith

(4) This state was in the Confederacy, but its western region remained loyal to the Union & formed a new state in 1863


$400 - Grant

(2) Bits on this late night comedian's show have included "If they mated" & "Triumph the insult comic dog"


$400 - Triple Stumper

(22) Animal trainer Clyde Beatty was saved from an attacking tiger when Nero, this type of animal, intervened


$400 - Keith

(27) (Video) 18th century religious sect that shares its name with these


$400 - Keith

(12) As well as leadership, ROTC teaches this "ship" that you learn with a rifle in your hands


$400 - Josh

(17) It's the truth; this caustic chemical may be sodium hydroxide


$1000 - Keith

(5) It was the first Union fort captured by Confederate forces

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Keith

(8) (Video) Jon Stewart, seen here, hosts this Emmy-winning late night show


(-$600) - Grant

$600 - Keith

(23) As in reindeer, both the male & female have antlers in this North American deer, the "nomad of the north"


(-$600) - Keith

(28) (Video) Words illustrated here, forwards and backwards


$600 - Keith

(13) If you get an Army ROTC scholarship, you're committed to serve, either on active duty or in this group


$600 - Triple Stumper

(18) In crosswords, you may come across this 3-letter word for a meadow


$800 - Grant

(6) An 1860s song tells the story of "The Drummer Boy of" this battle site, also called Pittsburg Landing


$800 - Keith

(9) Cool guitar-playing Kevin Eubanks is a comic foil for this late night host


(-$800) - Keith

(24) This bear may also be called a silvertip because of the white hairs growing in its brown coat


$800 - Keith

(29) (Video) Term for a non-dairy substitute, or the object seen here that holds the real thing


$800 - Grant

(14) In 1991 Gordon Sullivan was Army Chief of Staff; his boss was fellow ROTC man Colin Powell, in this post


$800 - Josh

(19) When said twice, it's a lemur in Madagascar or an affirmative to a captain


$1000 - Grant

(7) 5 days after this bloody Maryland battle, Lincoln issued his preliminary Emancipation Proclamation


(-$1000) - Keith

$1000 - Josh

(10) This late night news program originated in 1979 as a nightly report on the hostage crisis in Iran


$1000 - Josh

(25) The unau is the 2-toed species of this South American animal; the ai is the 3-toed species


(-$1000) - Josh

$1000 - Keith

(30) (Video) What CL Grigg made in 1929 with the items seen here is known as this drink brand today


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(15) Students in Navy ROTC, first launched at Yale & 5 other schools, are called these


$1000 - Josh

(20) It's a short poem that's sung; Scott wrote one "of the Last Minstrel"


Scores at the first commercial break:
Keith: $3,200
Grant: $3,200
Josh: $600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Keith: $4,800
Grant: $2,600
Josh: $2,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - November 20, 2003

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YOU'RE HISTORY
21st CENTURY ROCK
DIET & EXERCISE
COLLEGE PROFESSORS
THE REAL CANCUN
WORD ORIGINS
$400 - Keith

(2) This German philosopher & writing partner of Engels often visited the British Museum when he lived nearby


$400 - Grant

(1) Her debut solo album "Dangerously in Love" & the single "Crazy in Love" both topped the charts in 2003


$400 - Grant

(26) (Video of Cheryl on an exercise bench) It's the noisy name for this exercise, with a smaller range of motion than regular sit-ups


$400 - Grant

(10) This "Song of Hiawatha" poet was Bowdoin College's first Professor of Modern Languages


$400 - Josh

(16) One of Mexico's most popular resorts, Cancun is on the Caribbean coast of this peninsula


$400 - Grant

(17) From the French for "to cut", it's something you cut out & use at the grocery store


$800 - Grant

(3) Ruling only from 475-476 A.D., Romulus Augustulus is considered by many to have been the last of these


$800 - Triple Stumper

(7) Sheryl Crow sang, "I got no one who will bring me a big umbrella, so I'm watching" this cable TV network


$800 - Josh

(27) 3 ounces of cooked chicken liver gives 40% of the daily value of the heme type of this mineral


$800 - Grant

(11) M.I.T. Professor & Nobel Prize winner John Nash inspired this Oscar-winning movie


$800 - Keith

(18) On February 24 stand up & celebrate Dia de la Bandera, Mexico's equivalent of this June 14th holiday


$800 - Keith

(22) It's from Norwegian that we get the word ski & this term for a skiing race over a zigzag course


$1200 - Grant

(4) Edward VI became the King of England in 1547 when this King died


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(8) A No. 1 album from 2002 was titled "P. Diddy & Bad Boy Records Present ... We Invented" this


$1200 - Josh

(28) (Video of Cheryl fencing) It's this position in fencing, or what I'm tempted to say to my opponent


$1200 - Josh

(12) Brandeis Sociology Professor Morrie Schwartz is the title teacher in this bestseller by Mitch Albom


$1200 - Keith

(19) Catering to tourists, one of Cancun's major newspapers is the Herald of this U.S. city, about 350 miles north


$1200 - Josh

(23) It should hit you like lightning that this day of the week is named for the Norse god of thunder


$1600 - Keith

(5) In the name of peace, this heroic Egyptian President flew to Jerusalem on Nov. 19, 1977


$1600 - Grant

(9) 3-letter name for the confessional genre of bands like Bright Eyes & Dashboard Confessional


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) (Video) Ann Wigmore popularized the notion that this vegetation seen here has healing power


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(13) While he's big on Shakespeare, this literary critic & longtime Yale Professor admits he's no Harry Potter fan


$1600 - Keith

(20) Just a drive away, Tulum & Chichen Itza are famous for their ruins of this Indian people


$1600 - Keith

(24) If you roomed there as a freshman you might know that it's from the Latin for "sleeping place"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(6) The 2000 Mexican elections ended 71 years of rule by the party known by this 3-letter acronym


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(15) The documentary "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" chronicled this band's "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" CD


$2000 - Keith

(30) If you're 5'10" & weigh 150 pounds, your BMI, short for this, is a normal 21.5


$1000 - Josh

(14) In 1938 he left the University of Rome, stopped in Sweden to pick up his Nobel Physics Prize, then moved to America

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(21) Public beaches include Playa Tortuga, or Turtle Beach, & Playa Langosta, this beach


$3600 - Keith

(25) From the Greek for "crooked", this condition often results in an s-shaped curvature of the spine

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3600


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Keith: $18,400 (Lock game)
Grant: $8,600
Josh: $8,400


Final JEOPARDY!

PEOPLE ON THE MAP
A European city founded in 1703 has at different times been named for these 2 people born 1,800 years apart

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Josh: $8,400 + $2,711
Grant: $8,600 - 3,600
Keith: $18,400 - 8,000


Final Scores
Josh: $11,111
Keith: $10,400
Grant: $5,000

Keith: $16,400 (23 right, includes 2 DDs & 3 rebounds; 4 wrong)
Josh: $9,400 (11 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
Grant: $8,600 (13 right; 1 wrong)
Total: $34,400

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