Show #4714 - Thursday, February 17, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 7.


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Michael Arnone, a writer and editor from Alexandria, Virginia

Sahir Islam, an investment analyst from Somers, New York

Bev Schwartzberg, an adult literacy program coordinator from Santa Barbara, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
"La Isla del Tesoro"
    $200 21
Costume designers win awards named for Irene Sharaff, who designed Jet & Shark costumes for this 1957 musical
    $200 20
Lug, monkey, or pipe
    $200 3
Founded in 1917 by Father Flanagan for homeless & abused waifs, it was made a municipality in 1936
    $200 1
You'll need your platinum card when shopping along the avenue posted here in this city
    $200 9
A language of the Middle East, it was added as the sixth language of the U.N. General Assembly in 1973
    $400 29
"El Llamado de la Selva"
    $400 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew gondolas across the stage of the Majestic Theatre in New York.) On June 5, 1988, "Phantom of the Opera" won seven of these awards, & you can see why it won for scenic design & lighting
    $400 6
It's the office or position of a judge, or where he sits
    $400 4
The alleged site of Doubleday's invention of baseball, this N.Y. village is home to Baseball's Hall of Fame
    $400 2
Hopefully you won't rue the day you see the "Rue" sign seen here in this Louisiana district
    $400 10
This sixth planet from the Sun was first visited by Pioneer 11 in 1979
    $600 28
"De Ratones y Hombres"
    $600 25
Paul Huntley is B'way's master of these; you might flip yours over the ones he designed for "Hairspray"
    $600 14
A deep ditch or furrow
    $600 15
An armistice to end the Korean War was signed at this village in July 1953
    $600 5
When we're near the sign seen here, it's time to go tubing in this city
    $600 11
Number corresponding to 10 to the sixth power
    $800 27
"El Principe y el Mendigo"
    $800 24
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the New Amsterdam Theatre.) The New Amsterdam Theatre is a fine example of this art style that features vines, flowers & flowing hair
    $800 17
It can mean to make white, or to boil fruit or vegetables briefly, then plunge them into cold water
    $800 16
This blue cheese is named for a village that's now a suburb of Milan, not a snake-haired monster
    $800 7
If you've stopped for a breather next to this sign, it's only 100 more miles northeast to this capital
    $800 12
From the Latin for "sixth hour", it's an early afternoon rest or nap
    $1000 26
Conan Doyle:
"El Mundo Perdido"
    DD: $3,600 23
Peter Foy revolutionized stage flying with the "inter-related pendulum" he designed for this 1954 musical
    $1000 19
In mythology Triton could calm or stir the waters by blowing this shell
    $1000 18
In the Bible, only John's gospel mentions this village in Galilee as the site of Jesus' wedding feast miracle
    $1000 8
The sign seen here might cross your mind if you're driving in this country
    $1000 13
Per the text of the Sixth Amendment, the accused must know the charge & "be confronted with" these

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Bev Sahir Michael
$600 $2,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bev Sahir Michael
$2,600 $7,000 $8,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Cleopatra (soprano) & Curio (bass) appear in Handel's opera about this man (contralto) in Egypt
    $400 26
Founded in 1922, the international brotherhood of these people opposes revealing their trade secrets
    $400 21
Bergamot & Seville are types of this fruit
    $400 16
Taking kickbacks from Baltimore contractors helped oust him from office in the 1970s
    $400 6
He's won 7 MVP awards, far more than anyone else in his sport
    $400 11
Tums & Rolaids are competitors of this antacid introduced in 1949
    $800 2
He wrote the ragtime opera "A Guest of Honor"
    $800 27
(Honorary Clue Crew member Dayna Devon from Extra reports from an awards show.) The Golden Globe Awards are given by the HFPA, a group whose reporters hail from places like Argentina, Egypt & Taiwan
    $800 22
In the U.S. the yellow Cavendish is the most popular type of this fruit
    $800 17
After failing to create his own country in the West, he asked Napoleon to help him conquer Florida
    $800 7
Use running or Flemish bonds while laying these to make sure your house won't get blown down
    $800 15
Last name of acting siblings Maggie & Jake
    $1200 3
This Verdi opera was first performed on Dec. 24, 1871, in Cairo
    $1200 28
Harold Arlen & Doc Pomus are members of these people's Hall of Fame & Johnny Mercer was a co-founder
    $1200 23
When the name of this fruit is preceded by "sugar", it refers to a kind of candy
    $1200 18
Schuyler Colfax, this ex-general's vice president, pleaded that bribe money given to him was for the sale of a piano
    $1200 8
This 1915 Maugham work details the life & loves of Philip Carey
    $1200 14
From the Arabic, it's a low bow, or a salutation meaning "peace"
    $1600 4
In a Puccini opera, he marries then abandons Cio-Cio-San
    DD: $1,500 29
Head of the Motion Picture Association of America, 1966-2004, he created the current movie rating system
    $1600 24
Now is the time to name this tart berry, seen here
    $1600 19
This V.P. diverted attention from his slush fund by explaining his wife had a cloth coat & not a mink
    $1600 9
In 1968, he became the first African-American man to be placed in nomination for the VP candidacy of a major party
    $1600 13
This former province of South Africa was bounded by Cape Province on the west
    DD: $2,000 5
In a Wagner opera, this title knight tells Elsa he'll marry her so long as she never asks his identity
    $2000 30
Spanish for "we", this organization was founded by Ricardo Montalban to improve the image of Latinos on screen
    $2000 25
A wekiwa sometimes called a lavender gem is a cross between a tangelo & a white one of these
    $2000 20
Levi Morton was soiled by the Peruvian guano scandal before taking office in 1889 for this president
    $2000 10
These covalent bonds are largely responsible for the attraction between water molecules
    $2000 12
The figurine seen here illustrates an article about this biblical man

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bev Sahir Michael
$12,600 $18,500 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

These 2 writers of lavish prose, born in North Carolina & Virginia 30 years apart, have the same first & last name

Final scores:

Bev Sahir Michael
$11,709 $11,500 $0
Winner: $15,000 + an advance to UToC Round 2 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bev Sahir Michael
$12,600 $20,600 $1,400
14 R,
0 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $34,600

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Game tape date: 2005-02-01
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