Show #4043 - Wednesday, March 13, 2002


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Heather Schaffer, a graduate student originally from Carrollton, Ohio

Mont McNeil, a corporate tax attorney from Tulsa, Oklahoma

Hanley Baxter, a research analyst from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
The U.S. Military Academy at West Point was established by legislation signed by this president in 1802
    $200 1
One of the greatest athletes of all time, he led Brazil to World Cup soccer victories in 1958, 1962 & 1970
    $200 16
(The entire Clue Crew demonstrates a dance.) At a 1988 party in Miami, nearly 120,000 people joined in one of these dance lines
    $200 11
It's the mode of public transport mentioned in a 1947 Tennessee Williams' play title
    $200 6
Jargon used by a group like the Sharks or the Jets
    $200 26
Another name for a scallion
    $400 22
Women were first admitted to West Point in this first presidential election year following the Vietnam War
    $400 2
Of 8,000, 38,000 or 138,000, the one closest to the record total of points Kareem Abdul-Jabbar scored in the NBA
    $400 17
This high-kicking bawdy dance became popular in the dance halls of Paris in the 1840s
    $400 12
A Broadway play by this man was the basis of the 1978 film "California Suite"
    $400 7
A non-loud short-lived insurrection
    $400 27
He was the good-natured & innovative farmer on Captain Kangaroo
    $600 23
On West Point's grounds is a statue of this 1903 graduate who was military governor of Japan following WWII
    $600 3
These 2 retiring players, a Padre & an Oriole, were honored at the 2001 Baseball All-Star Game
    $600 18
(Jimmy & Cheryl of the Clue Crew demonstrate a dance.) The original name of this dance would have fit in a "triple talk" category
    $600 13
Sean O'Casey's "Juno and the Paycock" takes place in a tenement house in this capital city
    $600 8
A loud lament from inside a prison
    $600 28
Led by Ethan Allen, they helped capture Fort Ticonderoga in 1775
    DD: $2,400 24
In the summer of 1780 this man was put in command of West Point: 2 months later he was a wanted man
    $800 4
Mario Lemieux came out of retirement in 2000 to be a player owner with this team
    $800 19
A goofy but popular dance of the 1960s was this "funky" fowl
    $800 14
A bean that just won't sprout, or a Maxwell Anderson play about an incorrigible youngster
    $800 9
I.D. for a penitentiary employee
    $800 29
6'5" ex-bodyguard Michael Clarke Duncan received an Oscar nomination for his role in this 1999 film
    $1000 25
He was superintendent of West Point before becoming the commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam in 1964
    $1000 5
Bela Karolyi coached this U.S. Olympic team in the 1996 Olympics
    $1000 20
A French word for a light egg white concoction gave us the name of this light-stepping dance
    $1000 15
This "diminutive" Edward Albee play was first produced on Broadway in 1964
    $1000 10
An inebriated young hoodlum
    $1000 30
The album "Dookie", this band's 1994 major-label debut, has sold more than 10 million copies

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

Hanley Mont Heather
$1,400 $3,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hanley Mont Heather
$3,600 $3,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
The website of this country's mission says Ambassador Sharma went to Delhi U. & likes cricket
    $400 2
When these "cords" are resting, they form a v-shaped opening called the glottis
    $400 6
She plays the self-centered Erica Kane on "All My Children"
    $400 25
Word from Pali used by a Spice Girl & a "Gilligan's Island" character
    $400 22
This Scandinavian capital is found on 2 islands, Sjaelland & Amager
    $400 11
Anthony Perkins played this role on film in 1960, 1983 & 1986 & in a made-for-TV movie
    $800 17
This country's Addul Amir al-Anbari formally ended the Gulf War when he accepted the U.S.'s terms
    $800 1
For kids, lack of vitamin D or UV radiation from sunlight may cause rickets, in which these don't harden right
    DD: $1,600 7
Ticked off that she couldn't vote, she said that the Constitution says, "We, the people", not "We, the white male citizens"
    $800 26
Using the original Syriac for this word, zarnika, would make the play "Zarnika and Old Lace"
    $800 23
The total number of U.S. states that border the Gulf of Mexico
    $800 12
Tom Jones sang the theme to this 1965 film which Sean Connery remade in 1983 as "Never Say Never Again"
    $1200 18
Kurt Waldheim & Thomas Klestil both represented this country at the U.N. before becoming its president
    $1200 3
These connect parts of joints & support the bladder, liver & women's breasts
    $1200 8
She won an Oscar for her portrayal of Sister Helen Prejean in "Dead Man Walking"
    $1200 27
From Hindi, it's a small boat used to ferry passengers to a larger ship
    $1200 24
Excluding the Great Lakes, one of the 3 largest lakes in area that are entirely within the U.S.
    $1200 13
In "Cast Away" Tom Hanks' character paints a face on a volleyball & gives it this name
    $1600 19
This former Israeli rep's first name, Abba, was Hebraized from Aubrey
    $1600 4
Spasms in this muscle are the cause of hiccups
    $1600 9
This beauty seen here was voted Miss California, 1969
    $1600 28
If you get someone's goat & get this wool, know that its name is from a disputed Asian area
    $1600 29
At about 8,000 square miles, it's the smallest country in the Western Hemisphere beginning with "E"
    $1600 14
In "Some Like It Hot", Marilyn Monroe's character Sugar Kane played this stringed instrument
    $2000 20
In 1999 this Dayton Accords negotiator became U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
    $2000 5
In your lungs the bronchioles end in tiny air sacs called these
    $2000 10
This essayist tackled fiction with the book "In America"
    DD: $5,000 21
The first nation of this name existed c. 650 B.C.; the latest declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991
    $2000 15
In "Mars Attacks!", the Martians were defeated by the playing of this country singer's 1952 hit "Indian Love Call"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hanley Mont Heather
$13,800 $12,000 $1,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The lyrics to a song that went to No. 1 on the sales charts in Oct. 2001 were written by this 19th c. American

Final scores:

Hanley Mont Heather
$25,801 $3,000 $0
2-day champion: $44,202 2nd place: trip to Palm Island in the Grenadines + a subscription to the New York Times 3rd place: trip to Las Vegas & stay at the Venetian + a subscription to the New York Times

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Hanley Mont Heather
$10,800 $13,600 $1,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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Game tape date: 2001-12-05
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