Suggest correction - #5177 - 2007-02-27

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    $800 16
This American educator born in 1796 favored the abolition of corporal punishment in schools
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Show #5177 - Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Contestants

Claire Ward, a project manager from Richmond, Virginia

Jim Waldo, a consultant from Medina, Minnesota

Marc Spraragen, a graduate student from Los Angeles, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $8,799)

Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICANS
BRAND NAMES
POLITICAL SCIENCE
WHO SAYS
(Alex: The WHO here is the World Health Organization.)
ALSO A 3-LETTER TREE
PRIME MADONNA
    $200 6
On Feb. 9, 1861 he was elected provisional president of the Confederacy
    $200 7
Japanese film brand whose blimp debuted at the 1984 Summer Olympics
    $200 14
Schwarzenegger's first inaugural address pledged his governorship "to your" these, "not to special" these
    $200 1
A variant of BSE, a disease of these animals, can be found in mink; we guess that would be mad mink disease
    $200 9
A type of Eucalyptus, or something kids chew
    $200 26
In January 1985 Madonna & this actor had their first date; they'd be married by August
    $400 8
Alphabetically, he's the first U.S. vice president
    $400 22
This "flowery" brand used the slogan "the milk from contented cows"
    $400 18
Anthony Downs' theory of these groups has them habitually moving toward the middle to win elections
    $400 2
90% of Argentina's supply of this comes from people donating to members of their own families
    $400 10
A member of the olive family, or the residue of something burned
    $400 27
In 1992 Madonna's Mae Mordabito took the field with Geena Davis in this film
    $600 15
A slave called Isabella at birth adopted this unusual name in 1843 & became an itinerant preacher
    $600 23
It's the rhyming brand name of a popular slender jerky snack that comes in Tabasco & Nacho flavors
    $600 19
The thrust of secularism in the 16th & 17th centuries was to separate politics from this
    $600 3
Research shows no increased risk of brain cancer from using these, but they do cause traffic accidents
    $600 11
A variety of California laurel, or a body of water forming an indentation of a shoreline
    $600 28
"Don't just stand there,
Let's get to it,
Strike a pose,
There's nothing to it";
come on, it's this hit song
    $800 16
This American educator born in 1796 favored the abolition of corporal punishment in schools
    $800 24
This meatless brand started with a veggie burger created by chef Paul Wenner
    $800 20
"Every community is established with a view to some good", says this ancient man's "Politics"
    DD: $800 4
Malignant melanoma, which is on the rise, is strongly related to one's history of this painful affliction
    $800 12
English is one variety of this tree that is also a nightmare-ridden movie street
    $800 29
Madonna was Breathless (Mahoney) in this 1990 detective flick
    $1000 17
Farmer Jabez Stone sells his soul in his classic story "The Devil and Daniel Webster"
    $1000 25
This 5-letter word follows "Marshmallow" in the name of Durkee-Mower's marshmallow creme
    $1000 21
In 1921 the black flag flew at the funeral of Peter Kropotkin, philosopher of this government-negating ideology
    $1000 5
In 2000 Rift Valley fever scared WHO by making its first appearance outside this continent
    $1000 13
"It had to be" this evergreen tree that is a homonym for a second-person-singular pronoun
    $1000 30
In 1977 Madonna won a scholarship to the studio of this alliteratively named N.Y. choreographer

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Marc Jim Claire
$3,200 $1,600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marc Jim Claire
$7,000 $1,400 $2,000
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