Show #4054 - Thursday, March 28, 2002

Contestants

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Miriam Miller, an account manager from Washington, D.C.

Mary Llewellyn, an engineer from Los Angeles, California

Scott Schneider, a high school teacher from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

ISLAND HOPPING
THE WARD ROOM
GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER
TAKING A POSITION
TV THEME SONGS
HEY "EU"!
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with "E-U".)
    $200 6
The largest of the Society Islands, this French island in the Pacific has over 120,000 people
    $200 26
The Illinois retail company he founded in 1872 declared bankruptcy December 28, 2000
    $200 16
The name of this 1963 act is often paired with "Equal work"
    $200 21
You can search far & wide or high & this
    $200 1
In rough weather, this "tiny ship was tossed. If not for the courage of the fearless crew", it "would be lost"
    $200 8
A friend or relative of the deceased might be asked to give this speech at a funeral
    $400 7
The name of this English-speaking Caribbean island comes from an Arawak word meaning "land of wood & water"
    $400 27
Jerry Mathers was the Beaver & Hugh Beaumont was this character, his dad
    $400 17
The 1921 act covering this introduced a quota system to try to maintain the USA's ethnic balance
    $400 22
If you're leeward, you're facing away from the source of this
    $400 2
Sammy Davis, Jr. sang "Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow", the theme to this Robert Blake series
    $400 12
His "Elements" is divided into 13 books, 9 of them on geometry
    $600 9
It's the island where you'll find Auckland, New Zealand, mate
    $600 28
The Florida State quarterback who won the Heisman Trophy in 1993 went on to play basketball for the Knicks
    $600 18
The 1878 Bland-Allison act let a limited number of these dollars be coined, creating "limping bimetallism"
    $600 23
From the Latin citra, "on this side", it's nearby as opposed to yon
    $600 3
Jackie Gleason himself composed "You're My Greatest Love", which served as the theme to this sitcom
    $600 13
In 1999 Dave Stewart & Annie Lennox reunited as this duo & released a new album called "Peace"
    $800 10
In 1769 Napoleon Bonaparte was born on this Mediterranean isle
    DD: $2,000 29
After writing her famous Civil War hymn, she was active in the women's rights movement
    $800 19
This state's Butler Act, challenged by Scopes in 1925, was repealed in 1967 after a challenge by teacher Gary Scott
    $800 24
It's the compass position to the right of a person facing the rising sun
    $800 4
Composer Earle Hagen whistled & his 11-year-old son snapped his fingers for the theme to this early '60s series
    $800 14
It's home to the University of Oregon
    $1000 11
Unimak, Adak & Unalaska are islands in this Alaskan chain
    $1000 30
In 1874 this American clergyman had his good name besmirched in an adultery scandal
    $1000 20
Until the 1914 Clayton one of these acts, businessmen could create monopolies by buying stock in competing firms
    $1000 25
5-letter word for the place at which something is about to start, or the upper edge of a steep cliff
    $1000 5
"Bay Boys" appeared on Inner Circle's 1987 album "One Way" long before it became the theme to this series
    $1000 15
The blue gum is the most widely grown species of this Australian tree

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Scott Mary Miriam
$5,200 $2,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Mary Miriam
$5,400 $4,000 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

MUSIC
TRAVEL THE U.S.A.
LET'S SEE
MANLY TITLE MOVIE ROLES
(Alex: You have to name the actor who played the man in each title.)
THOREAU'S WALDEN
"K"2
    $400 6
Alas, my love, this famous English tune is mentioned twice in "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
    $400 11
Interstate 95 runs through this state from the Canadian border at New Brunswick to Portsmouth, New Hampshire
    $400 24
"Up" this if you want to see the ocean's surface while still underwater in a submarine
    $400 1
1970: "A Man Called Horse"
    $400 21
Protesting slavery, Thoreau refused to pay his poll tax & landed in jail, an act of this, the title of his 1849 essay
    $400 16
A Boy Scout might carry his supplies in one of these on his back
    $800 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew holds a mollusk.) The shell of this mollusk is made into a ceremonial trumpet in many parts of the world
    $800 12
On Nov. 7, 1997 his presidential library opened at Texas A&M in College Station
    $800 25
The high resolution type of this microscope can be used to magnify objects up to 1 million times
    $800 2
1955: "The Man with the Golden Arm"
    $800 22
In 1990 this co-founder of the Eagles founded the Walden Wood Project to protect it from development
    $800 17
On this Jewish holiday, the candles of the menorrah are lit by a separate candle called a shammash
    $1200 8
Performers of this pair's operettas are called Savoyard
    $1200 13
With 45 million gallons, this city's Shedd Aquarium on Lake Michigan is the world's largest indoor aquarium
    $1200 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew is examined at a doctor's office.) The blood vessels of the retina can be seen by peering into the eye with this instrument
    $1200 3
2001: "The Man Who Wasn't There"
    $1200 23
"Economy", the first part of "Walden", says, "The mass of men lead lives of" this
    $1200 18
Real last name of Darth Vader in the "Star Wars" films
    $1600 9
Waltz King Johann Strauss wrote "Morgenblatter", or "Morning Papers", for an association of these in Vienna
    DD: $2,000 14
While traveling through the southwest, stop in at John Price's UFO Enigma Museum on Main Street in this city
    $1600 27
Navigators "shoot the Sun" using this small handheld instrument invented around 1730
    $1600 4
1966: "A Man For All Seasons"
    DD: $1,000 29
Thoreau built his cabin on the shore of Walden Pond on land owned by this writer, his close friend
    $1600 19
This slipper with a soft sole resembles the deerskin Eskimo boot for which it's named
    $2000 10
Originally sonata meant a piece to be played & this meant a piece to be sung, from the Latin for "to sing"
    $2000 15
The state capitol building in this U.S. city is decorated with murals by Thomas Hart Benton
    $2000 28
With a 394-inch mirror, the Keck Telescope on this Hawaiian volcano is the world's largest optical telescope
    $2000 5
1988: "Tucker: The Man and his Dream"
    $2000 30
By living in a cabin at Walden Pond, Thoreau enacted the doctrines of this philosophical movement he belonged to
    $2000 20
The name of this spicy German sausage means "cracked sausage" for the sound it makes when one bites into it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Mary Miriam
$9,400 $14,200 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS
Before the 1962 Peace Prize, this chemist won a 1948 Presidential Medal for developing armor-piercing shells

Final scores:

Scott Mary Miriam
$0 $6,800 $1,600
3rd place: trip to Waikiki & stay at the Outrigger Hotel New champion: $6,800 2nd place: trip to the Caribbean by Costa

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Scott Mary Miriam
$11,000 $14,800 $8,600
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
8 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $34,400

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