Show #5023 - Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Craig Westphal game 4.


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Bob Puett, a medical assistant from Puyallup, Washington

Danielle Kolker, a family literacy program manager from Brooklyn, New York

Craig Westphal, a paramedic from Tucson, Arizona (whose 3-day cash winnings total $67,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
A highlight of Nebraskaland Days in North Platte is the pro rodeo named for this Wild West showman
    $200 1
He became pro heavyweight boxing champ 2 more times after changing his name from this
    $200 10
Yukata is a traditional style of this robelike belted garment
    $200 5
A short interval of rest or relief
    $200 21
The Great Aztec Temple was dedicated to the sun god & to Tlaloc, god of this weather condition
    $200 26
World poverty fighter, Time magazine Person of the Year & occasional rock star Paul Hewson
    $400 6
The annual convention of this music of which Bill Monroe is the "father" has taken place in Nashville since 1984
    $400 3
This "This Is The Night" singer's fan club is known as the Claymates
    $400 13
In the early 20th century, Arthur Groom introduced this sport to Japan & boy, were they teed off
    $400 17
It's another name for a cuspidor
    $400 22
It was an honor to be sacrificed to the gods by having this organ, yollotl to the Aztecs, torn from the body
    $400 27
Troubled Texas nightclub owner Jacob Rubenstein
    $600 8
Ths anti-apartheid activist's July 18th birthday is now an annual event celebrated in South Africa
    $600 4
Sinead O'Connor refused to perform when he hosted "SNL"
    $600 14
A tanka is a short one of 31 syllables
    $600 18
This word can mean "regardless of" or "contrary to"
    $600 23
In trade, Aztecs used a system known by this term, from the French for "to exchange", using cacao beans
    $600 28
Matoaka, Amonute & Rebecca Rolfe (hey, things happened fast in the 17th century)
    $800 11
Washington's victory over this British general is celebrated each October 19 on Yorktown Day
    $800 7
On TV & film he played Tonto's partner
    DD: $2,000 15
This sport whose name means "the way of softness" was added to the Olympics at the 1964 games in Tokyo
    $800 19
British World War II stalwarts seen here
    $800 24
What the object seen here was used as--it certainly wasn't a pocket variety
    $800 29
Here's "A Modest Proposal"; Isaac Bickerstaff was this man's nom de plume
    $1000 12
Sacrifices abound on 'Id al-Adha as Muslims commemorate when Ishmael was ransomed for one of these animals
    $1000 9
Tommy Lee Jones played this controversial figure in the film "JFK"
    $1000 16
It was incorporated in 1934, formed from the photo film division of the Dai-Nippon Celluloid Company
    $1000 20
The ringhals is a type of this dangerous reptile that can propel its venom up to 10 feet
    $1000 25
The Aztecs founded 2 cities where Mexico City now stands: Tlatelolco & this one, their capital
    $1000 30
Full of Bolshevik Vladimir Ulyanov

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

Craig Danielle Bob
$5,400 $800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Danielle Bob
$10,200 $800 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
When NYC was a Dutch settlement, this street got its name because it was a wide thoroughfare for wagons
    $400 4
Kenny Loggins performed the title tune of this movie about a town where dancing is banned
    $400 11
1956: By J.R.R. Tolkien
    $400 21
Found in Africa in 1905, the Cullinan Diamond was measured at 3,106 of these units
    $400 26
John Dalton figured that in water, an atom of this was 8 times heavier than an atom of hydrogen
    $400 16
It's the standard wait cursor in Microsoft Windows
    $800 2
One of the best-preserved colonial buildings is the Onderdonk Farmhouse of 1731 in this borough, the largest
    $800 5
This 1989 Keanu Reeves flick asked the immortal question, "Want a Twinkie, Genghis Khan?"
    $800 12
1889: By Mark Twain
    $800 22
There are 16 drams in an avoirdupois one & 2 tablespoons in a fluid one
    $800 27
(Jon of the Clue Crew points out a representation of a methanol molecule on the monitor.) A structural one of these shows the arrangement of atoms in a molecule
    $800 17
It's a list of a school's students with the highest grades & I hope my kids are on it
    $1200 3
Russell Simmons & Rick Rubin began this seminal hip-hop record company out of an NYU dorm room
    $1200 6
William Hurt & Marlee Matlin had a real-life romance when they co-starred in this drama
    $1200 13
1988: By Anne Rice
    $1200 23
A "watch"dog really uses its hearing--dogs hear frequencies up to 45 of these units, kHz; humans, just 20
    DD: $2,000 28
The first two subatomic particles discovered whose names begin with "neut"
    $1200 18
The calyx, that leafy part you pick off a strawberry, also has this "nautical" name
    $1600 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands in Yankee Stadium.) If you recall a famous nickname for the Yankees, you should know this is the borough they play in
    $1600 9
(Hi, I'm Joel Schumacher.) In 1985, I cast Demi Moore, Rob Lowe & Emilio Estevez in this film about young adults struggling to figure things out
    $1600 14
1920: By Eugene O'Neill
    $1600 24
(Jon of the Clue Crew uses a map and compass.) To reach my destination, I need to find this measure of angular direction; here, the one I want is 40 degrees from magnetic north
    $1600 29
Famous for his speed of sound work, this Austrian said atoms didn't exist because no one had seen them
    $1600 19
To celebrate the bicentennial of Andrew Jackson's birth, Lyndon Johnson visited this mansion in March 1967
    $2000 8
Prospect, Riverside, Morningside as well as a more famous park were designed by this landscape architect
    $2000 10
Kurt & Mel both like Michelle in this 1988 movie
    DD: $2,000 15
1888: By Rudyard Kipling
    $2000 25
5 workdays with not much to do, or about 112 billion miles
    $2000 30
These subatomic particles come in 6 flavors, including up, down & strange
    $2000 20
The "Odes" of this Roman poet have been called "jewels five-words-long that... sparkle forever"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Danielle Bob
$15,400 $6,400 $13,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It was said that being with these 2 leaders, born 1874 & 1882, "was like sitting between 2 lions roaring at the same time"

Final scores:

Craig Danielle Bob
$27,201 $4,000 $7,200
4-day champion: $94,202 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Craig Danielle Bob
$13,400 $6,400 $13,600
22 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
8 R,
2 W
22 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $33,400

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