Suggest correction - #4061 - 2002-04-08

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    $800 12
Off a block the old chip

Show #4061 - Monday, April 8, 2002


Andy Seff, a law student from Baltimore, Maryland

Shasa Dobrow, a musician and graduate student originally from Vancouver, Washington

Carol Schlau, a newspaper copy editor from Buffalo, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $9,599)

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
In 1945, at age 60, he became the oldest veep to succeed to the presidency upon the death of the president
    $200 7
Michael Jordan & this center are the only NBA players with over 30-point averages & over 400 games played
    $200 1
Do see monkey monkey
    $200 2
Jeane Dixon ofter got her visions looking into one of these globes
    $200 16
All she wanted to do was "have some fun" so she quit teaching music & became a rock star
    $200 3
Scientists are unsure if this Italian landmark is more than its usual 16 feet out of line after Elvis leaves
    $400 27
In 1985, during President Reagan's cancer surgery, he officially served as acting president for about 8 hours
    $400 8
This rival of the NBA, which began play in 1967, introduced the 3-point basket & the All-Star Game slam dunk contest
    $400 5
Stiff a upper keep lip
    $400 14
The Eldon, Missouri Turkey Festival features a turkey variation of this sport (in which 3 strikes are a turkey)
    $400 17
She played the loud & brassy Carla Tortelli on "Cheers"
    $400 4
Elvis sees the Seattle sights after leaving this edifice, seen here
    $600 28
He was VP from 1893 to 1897; his same-named grandson lost presidential elections twice to Dwight Eisenhower
    $600 9
This NBA team's new home, Philips Arena, is connected to the CNN Center by a concourse
    $600 6
Is cherries life a bowl of just
    $600 15
He's the first reindeer mentioned in the intro to the song "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"
    $600 22
While dead of St. Patrick's cathedral in Dublin, he wrote "Gulliver's Travels"
    $600 18
Elvis needs no good luck charm, he sees to his insurance before leaving this city's Prudential Tower on Boylston St.
    $800 10
In 1941 this current Michigan team, the NBA's oldest, began playing in Fort Wayne, Indiana
    $800 12
Off a block the old chip
    $800 25
This Roman emperor's wife Sabina wasn't put on his wall, she was put on a coin in 128 A.D.
    $800 23
For his work in "Network", he became the first actor to win an Oscar posthumously
    $800 19
Elvis says thankyouverymuch & leaves this NYC building on 34th St., completed in 1931
    $1000 11
This Utah Jazz forward was named the NBA's Most Valuable Player in both 1997 & 1999
    $1000 13
In snug as rug a bug a
    $1000 26
In 1916 his ashes were smuggled from England to a Cambridge, Mass. cemetery where he's now pushing up Daisy Millers
    DD: $1,200 24
"If you seek his monument, look about you" at St. Paul's cathedral; if you seek his tomb, it's there too
    $1000 20
Elvis goes global, and exits this Russian citadel, seen here

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

Carol Shasa Andy
$3,800 $600 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Shasa Andy
$3,200 $1,000 $6,000
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