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Do cry out loud the name of this woman heard here

"Don't cry out loud..."
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Show #5078 - Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Contestants

Maria Capucciati, a knowledge manager from New York, New York

Steve Jenkins, a video game tester originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sherman Lo, a researcher from San Mateo, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $35,201)

Jeopardy! Round

RELIGION IN ART
WOMEN SINGERS
LABOR
CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD
(Alex: You have to identify the state for us.)
LET'S PLAY POST OFFICE
I'D RATHER "NOT"
    $200 6
Famous for his "Peaceable Kingdom" series, Edward Hicks depicted this Biblical event in the early 19th century
    $200 16
The 411 on this R&B singer: her song "Be Without You" was No. 1 in 2006, & her middle initial J. stands for Jane
    $200 26
In this type of strike, strikers stop work but refuse to leave the factory
    $200 21
Philadelphia
    $200 1
The current price of one first-class stamp for a one-ounce letter
    $200 11
According to tradition, Robin Hood was born in this English place
    $400 7
1890's "Church at Auvers" is in the typical frenetic style of this artist
    $400 17
She met Cris Judd, her second husband, while filming the video for "Love Don't Cost A Thing"
    $400 27
NEA stands for National Endowment for the Arts, or for this union representing teachers
    $400 22
San Jose
    $400 2
20500 is the ZIP code of this Washington, D.C. location
    $400 12
Generic name for a lightweight laptop computer
    $600 8
This Dutchman's 1655 "Head of Christ" is seen here
    $600 18
"Toxic" was a hit from her 2003 "In the Zone" CD
    $600 28
In 1955 2 labor organizations combined to form this; George Meany became its first president
    $600 23
Lexington
    $600 3
The most popular commemorative U.S. stamp ever featured this man
    $600 13
South Bend school noted for its law school & sports teams
    $800 9
Before he ran away to sea, this French postimpressionist painted "The Yellow Christ", seen here
    $800 19
LaDonna Gaines is the real name of this '70s disco queen
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The 1947 Labor-Management Relations Act curbed labor's power; these 2 legislators sponsored it
    $800 24
Natchez
    $800 4
In 2002 the Post Office reported that more than 3,000 letter carriers suffered injury due to these
    $800 14
"Public" person authorized to authenticate contracts & other documents
    $1000 10
In the 19th century, Gustav Bauernfeind depicted Jerusalem, including this location
    $1000 20
Do cry out loud the name of this woman heard here

"Don't cry out loud..."
    $1000 30
In the 1860s some well-"train"ed workers met to form the BLE, the Brotherhood of these
    $1000 25
Wheeling
    $1000 5
"GU" is the official postal abbreviation for this U.S. territory
    $1000 15
One of Jean-Paul Sartre's best-known works is "Being and" this

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

Sherman Steve Maria
$2,400 $3,400 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sherman Steve Maria
$2,600 $8,000 $5,600
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