Show #4684 - Thursday, January 6, 2005

Kerry Breitenbach game 5.


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Nick Hoffmann, a graduate student from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Alli Hammond, a college instructor from Cincinnati, Ohio

Kerry Breitenbach, a marketing analyst from South Euclid, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $81,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

'90s MUSIC
    $200 8
Until the first battle of this in July 1861, the North estimated that the war would last about 90 days
    $200 6
This rapper had the aptly titled hit "Big Poppa"
    $200 14
A site near Walla Walla commemorates the role of Marcus & Narcissa Whitman in establishing part of this trail
    $200 7
In 1889 this Elizabethport, New Jersey company electrified the sewing machine
    $200 18
There's no getting around this company's Dakota & Ram pickups
    $200 1
Thin soup made from a butterfly relative
    $400 9
The fatefully named Stapleton Crutchfield lost one of these limbs at Chancellorsville
    $400 22
"Don't go chasing" these, TLC asked, "please stick to the rivers and lakes that you're used to"
    $400 15
The armory in this Mass. town was America's small arms manufacturer for nearly 200 years
    $400 10
For astronomy, not hunting, William Gascoigne created the telescopic site with these strands
    $400 20
You could drive this automaker's Silverado through an avalanche
    $400 2
The indistinct grumble of a yellow bread spread
    $600 16
As chief of aeronautics, U.S. Army, Thaddeus Lowe organized a corps of 5 of these
    $600 28
In 1995 this brother & sister hit No. 5 with the song "Scream"
    $600 23
The ruins of Puukohola Heiau, a temple built by this king, lie on the Northwestern shore of Hawaii
    DD: $1,000 11
In the '40s AT&T used a radio with no conventional vacuum tubes to demonstrate this device invented in its lab
    $600 21
This company gives its trucks an "F":
150, 250 & 350
    $600 3
A Toll House treat that's just been recruited
    $800 17
McClellan, Burnside, Hooker & Meade successively headed this army
    $800 29
A successful songwriter & producer, she had "criminal" success with her debut album "Supa Dupa Fly"
    $800 24
The Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site consists of the Monroe Elementary School in this city
    $800 12
This 18th century seed drill inventor shares his name with the band that gave us "Aqualung"
    $800 26
When you hit the tundra, take this truck maker's Tacoma
    $800 4
A citrus fruit that emulates Marcel Marceau
    $1000 19
Troops under the command of this bottom-of-his-class grad from West Point made a disastrous charge at Gettysburg
    $1000 30
It's no mystery--this Canadian woman made her Top 40 debut in 1997 with "Building A Mystery"
    $1000 25
This war relocation center in California is 1 of 10 camps where Japanese-Americans were interned during WWII
    $1000 13
In the late 19th century, Ellen Eglui invented this washing machine attachment that saved a lot of drying time
    $1000 27
Take this company's Titan to a new frontier
    $1000 5
A Scottish cap made from Hormel's "spiced ham"

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

Kerry Alli Nick
$5,200 $600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Alli Nick
$8,400 $1,200 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
Penguin Classics' introduction to this novel says, "Emily... developed a passionate love of the rough Moorland scenery"
    $400 6
"Oliver on 'Still the Beaver'" & "Sherman Hemsley series" have been clues in this publication's weekly puzzle
    $400 24
This city was home to our favorite "German-American physicist" for the last 20 years of his life
    $400 9
To mix drinks in the comfort of your living room, it's handy to have this counter with a sink and running water
    $400 18
Edward James Olmos was Lt. Castillo, the laconic boss of Crockett & Tubbs, on this Florida cop show
    $400 1
It rises 12,837 feet above central Honshu Island
    DD: $1,600 8
Kurt Vonnegut's opening remarks on this author say, "His schoolbooks were steamboats and mining camps"
    $800 17
You'll find the crossword in the "Life" section of this, "The Nation's Newspaper"
    $800 25
The daughter of a "Spanish Cubist", she designs jewelry & fashion accessories
    $800 10
This bed that folds into a closet when not in use is named for its inventor
    $800 19
This actor skyrocketed to fame playing an altar boy accused of killing a priest in "Primal Fear"
    $800 2
In the novel's original full title, Tom Jones is described as this, meaning an abandoned infant
    $1200 11
"According to" this author, "The Delawares themselves acknowledge the royalty of the Mohicans"
    $1200 21
2004 puzzle themes in this daily paper included "Financial Trouble" & "Buy, Buy, Baby"
    $1200 26
The "Magyar capital" is divided by this major river
    $1200 14
7-letter term for the short drapery hung across the top of a window, often used to hide structural fixtures
    $1200 20
He's lent a patrician air to dozens of movies and TV shows
    $1200 3
In 1992 this person was elected to replace California's interim senator John Seymour
    $1600 12
Its foreword says the "singularly lackluster" Marius is "supposedly a portrait of the youthful Victor Hugo himself
    $1600 22
Will Shortz, this newspaper's crossword editor, presents puzzles on NPR's "Weekend Edition"
    $1600 27
Girlfriend of the "Polish-French composer", she penned the novel "La Mare au Diable"
    DD: $2,000 15
The name of this large wardrobe with doors & shelves partly comes from the Latin for weapons
    $1600 4
He served as a midshipman in the U.S. Navy at age 9; that "Damn the torpedoes" quote came 55 years later
    $2000 13
"Tess's tragedy is deeper and more far-reaching than" this author's "bare philosophizing about it"
    $2000 23
A decade after crosswords were invented, this company with an alliterative name published the 1st book of them
    $2000 28
The partner in crime of "Jeopardy!"'s No. 1 "American traitor", this Brit was hanged in 1780
    $2000 16
It can be an overcoat or a large overstuffed sofa with upholstered arms
    $2000 5
The name of this small flute comes from the Latin for "peep"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Alli Nick
$16,400 $10,000 $12,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

After being subdued by the Franks in the 700s, this people formed a kingdom at Pamplona in the 800s

Final scores:

Kerry Alli Nick
$8,700 $100 $3,900
5-day champion: $90,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kerry Alli Nick
$15,200 $10,000 $11,600
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
9 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $36,800

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Game tape date: 2004-11-03
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