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JEOPARDY! Game - November 27, 2003

Contestants

Alan Cummings, Teacher from Las Vegas, NV
Kathy Chappell, Writer from Burke, VA
Karen Kratzer, Tax accountant from Annapolis, MD (Returning 2-day champ with $42,701)

JEOPARDY! Round - November 27, 2003

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

A THANKSGIVING FEAST
UNIVERSITY STATE
DEAD RINGERS
HOT SAX
QUITE A COUP
TERM COINERS
$200 - Kathy

(1) In cold water, changed often, turkey takes about 30 minutes per pound to do this (not drown)


$200 - Kathy

(2) The Monterey Institute of International Studies, Pepperdine University


$200 - Alan

(10) His ringing days over, this literary character dies clasping the dead body of Esmeralda in his arms


$200 - Karen

(16) This prime-time animated girl is a saxophone prodigy & even plays one during the opening credits of her show


$200 - Kathy

(17) In 1947 he took part in a failed coup against Dominican leader Trujillo; he had better luck at home in Cuba


$200 - Kathy

(21) As a player in this sport, Deacon Jones coined the term "sack"


$400 - Karen

(7) The pineapple in this salad must be canned, not fresh, or the salad's main ingredient won't set


$400 - Kathy

(3) Rice University, Baylor University


$400 - Alan

(11) In 1878 Miss Emma Nutt was hired by the Boston Telephone Co. & became the first woman to hold this job


$400 - Alan

(20) Jazz giants John Coltrane & Sonny Rollins were famous for playing this type of saxophone


$400 - Kathy

(18) An unlucky lieutenant killed in this capital was the only soldier to die in the 1960 coup in Turkey


(-$400) - Kathy

(22) It's Sir Richard Owen's "terrible lizard"


$600 - Kathy

(8) You can make dessert the easy way by combining Libby's pumpkin pie mix with evaporated milk & these


$600 - Karen

(4) Excelsior College, Fordham University


(-$600) - Karen

(12) In 1996 this city's Star Tribune reported the death of Minn. Hall of Fame horseshoe player Julius Johnson


$600 - Kathy

(28) This multi-Platinum-selling saxophonist's real last name is Gorelick


(-$600) - Alan

(19) Buddhist unrest led to the 1963 coup against this now-defunct country's President Diem


(-$600) - Alan

$600 - Karen

(23) Enrico Fermi's name for this particle means "little neutral one" in Italian


$800 - Karen

(9) Breadcrumbs are often the basis of this Thanksgiving staple food


$800 - Kathy

(5) Dickinson College, Bryn Mawr College


$800 - Kathy

(13) In "The Lord of the Rings" this wizard sacrifices himself by breaking the bridge he is standing on


(-$800) - Alan

(29) Hang on to your knickers! It's the TV show whose saxy theme is heard here


(-$800) - Alan

(26) In 1999 this country's PM Sharif tried vainly to prevent a coup by not letting Musharraf's plane land


$800 - Triple Stumper

(24) Louis Vauxelles & Louis Leroy, who coined the terms Cubism & Impressionism, weren't artists, they were these


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(15) A simple method of doing this to sweet potatoes is to bake them with a mixture of butter & brown sugar


$1000 - Kathy

(6) Emory University, Morehouse College


$1000 - Kathy

(14) In "The Nine Tailors", this aristocratic Dorothy L. Sayers sleuth stands in for a bellringer who ends up dead


(-$1000) - Karen

(-$1000) - Alan

(30) Bill Clinton played "Heartbreak Hotel" on the sax when he appeared on this talk show in June of 1992


(-$1000) - Karen

(27) A 2000 coup in this Pacific island country aimed to replace ethnic Indians in government with indigenous people


$800 - Karen

(25) Herbert Spencer, not Darwin, coined this 4-word phrase to describe competition among group members

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $800


Scores at the first commercial break:
Kathy: $5,000
Karen: $1,200
Alan: $600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Kathy: $6,000
Karen: $800
Alan: -$2,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - November 27, 2003

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ECONOMICS
SPORTS NUMBERS
BODY PARTS BY PREFIX
ITALIAN AMERICANS
WRITERS ON FILM
"X" MARKS THE SPOT
$400 - Kathy

(16) U.S. prices in 1940 were roughly the same as in 1800, so this is a fairly recent problem


$400 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$400 - Kathy

(11) Sangui-


$400 - Alan

(17) "The Pink Panther" was one of 5 feature films released in 1964 with a score credited to this man


$400 - Kathy

(3) Daniel Day-Lewis portrayed Irish writer Christy Brown, born with cerebral palsy, in this 1989 film


$400 - Alan

(1) According to our office manager, Luci Sweron, it's the No. 1 office product we run short of


(-$800) - Karen

(22) David Ricardo said the economic effect is the same whether the government gets money by borrowing or this


$800 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$800 - Karen

(12) Nephro-


(-$800) - Kathy

$800 - Alan

(18) Poet Dana Gioia, the first in his family to go to college, heads this organization, the NEA


$800 - Karen

(4) The name of this witty writer precedes "and the Vicious Circle" in the title of a 1994 film


$800 - Kathy

(2) Penetrating electromagnetic radiation that can visually penetrate solids & ionize gas


$1200 - Karen

(23) (Video of Jimmy with an Economics graph) This, for a good or service, increases as price falls, so the curve named for it always slopes down


$1200 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1200 - Karen

(13) Oto-


(-$2000) - Alan

(19) As a D.C. District Court Judge, this Watergate figure was known as "Maximum John"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(6) Judi Dench got an Oscar nomination for playing this British writer who battled Alzheimer's


$1200 - Kathy

(5) This black leader's "autobiography" was published in 1965, the year of his death


(-$1600) - Karen

(-$1600) - Alan

(24) Measured in goods only, it's a country's exports minus its imports


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1600 - Alan

(14) Hepato-


(-$1600) - Karen

$1600 - Alan

(20) This longtime New Mexico Senator legally changed his name from Pietro to Pete


$2000 - Kathy

(7) Rupert Everett appeared as this playwright & rival in "Shakespeare in Love"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Alan

(9) From the Greek for "wood", it's the water-conducting tissue of vascular plants


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) (Video of Sarah with an Economics graphic) Depression, recovery, boom, recession. Investors take a ride on this series of fluctuations of economic activity


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$2000 - Karen

(15) Blepharo-


$2000 - Karen

(21) (Video) She's the highly regarded financial reporter seen here


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(8) This exiled Chilean poet becomes friends with "The Postman" in a 1994 film


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(10) In the early '60s this research aircraft flew faster than 4,000 mph & higher than 340,000 feet


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Kathy: $10,400
Karen: $4,800
Alan: $0


Final JEOPARDY!

LONG-RUNNING TV SHOWS
The final words uttered on this TV show after 11 seasons on the air were "Sorry, we're closed"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Karen: $4,800 + $4,000
Kathy: $10,400 + $400


Final Scores
Kathy: $10,800
Karen: $8,800

Kathy: $10,000 (18 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong)
Karen: $5,000 (12 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 6 wrong)
Alan: $2,000 (9 right, includes 2 rebounds; 7 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $17,000

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