Show #4724 - Thursday, March 3, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 17.


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Paul Boymel, a civil rights attorney from Potomac, Maryland

Andrew Garen, an associate director of consumer marketing from Austin, Texas

Ed Schiffer, an attorney from San Francisco, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
Educated at Phillips Academy, Yale & Harvard, this part-time Crawford resident was born in Connecticut in 1946
    $200 1
Title adjective describing Dion's "Sue"
    $200 21
Elizabeth Cady Stanton's cousin Elizabeth Smith Miller first wore these trousers named for another woman
    $200 20
Exiled from Iran in 1964
    $200 27
To WWI British aviators, the Red Baron's group with its colorful planes was one of these, like Monty Python's
    $200 7
Your DL is a form of this; it shows who you are & how old you are
    $400 13
Since 1935 this agency that originated in the 1820s has operated as a branch of the Texas Dept. of Public Safety
    $400 3
The subject of this 1973 Allman Brothers hit was "tryin' to make a livin' and doin' the best I can"
    $400 19
Of 76, 86 or 96 cents, what U.S. women working full-time earn for every dollar their male counterparts make
    $400 22
Died in 1989
    $400 25
These BF Goodrich sneakers were said to make you "run faster and jump higher"
    $400 2
Randy Newman sang, "Looks like another perfect day, I love" this place
    $600 11
This state bird of Texas belongs to the family Mimidae
    $600 4
UB40 sang that this makes me "feel so fine, you keep me rocking all of the time"
    $600 16
Emmeline & Christabel Pankhurst were a mother-daughter team of these activists for the vote
    $600 28
Elected president in 1997
    $600 23
During World War II, a famous American volunteer air corps in Asia was nicknamed this
    $600 8
Its logo is seen here
    $800 14
From 1846 to 1859 this ex-Tennessee governor was a U.S. senator from Texas
    $800 5
This alternative rock band's "Stand" served as the theme song to the sitcom "Get a Life"
    $800 17
The work of Laura X (no relation to Malcolm) led to March being designated this every year
    $800 29
Supreme religious & political leader since 1990
    $800 24
This rotating device attached to a shaft keeps an engine's speed steady
    $800 9
Sadly, what Keats & Chopin died of
    $1000 15
Born in 1921, this Mission, Tex.-born senator served with Jack Kennedy, knew Jack Kennedy & hey! you're not Jack Kennedy!
    $1000 6
4 of this Swedish pop duo's first Top 40 hits reached No. 1, including "It Must Have Been Love"
    DD: $1,000 18
The profession of Mary Prance in Henry James' 1886 "The Bostonians", it was about 1/5 female in Boston at the time
    $1000 30
Published "Fear of the Wave" in 1993
    $1000 26
Airborne nickname of 1920s Olympic gold medalist Paavo Nurmi
    $1000 10
It's the famous apparel company founded by surfboard maker Jim Jenks in 1972

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

Ed Andrew Paul
$3,800 $3,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Andrew Paul
$3,200 $7,200 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The Barnes Foundation just outside of Philadelphia.)
    $400 10
(Alex reports from the Barnes Foundation.) While confined to a French sanitarium in Saint-Remy, this artist painted the Dutch landscape of Brabant in "Reminiscence of the North"
    $400 15
In Kazakhstan:
Kazakh & this
    $400 20
The title characters of this Chekhov play also have a brother named Andrey
    $400 26
To buy this precious metal, visit Taxco, Mexico; it's the city's best-known product
    $400 21
Named for its early 19th century creator, bunraku is the traditional puppet theater of this country
    $400 5
Your occupation if you're a carillonneur
    $800 11
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the Barnes Foundation.) In "Three Ballet Dancers", he used pastels to transform awkward natural movements into balletic gestures
    $800 16
In San Marino:
    $800 4
Chekhov's grandfather was one of these who had purchased the freedom of his family for 3,500 rubles
    $800 30
In 1984 the album "Ride the Lightning" by Metallica achieved this status of 500,000 copies sold
    $800 22
This 2004 Matt Stone & Trey Parker film featured risque marionettes
    $800 6
It's an Italian city about 40 miles north of Milan, or about 9,000 miles east of Las Vegas
    $1200 12
(Alex reports from the Barnes Foundation.) Dr. Barnes asked this French artist to create a mural for the main hall; he said it was like the rose window of a cathedral
    $1200 17
In Togo:
    DD: $2,200 1
The plot shows Mme. Ranevsky is the owner of this title Chekhov plot
    $1200 29
This metal was discovered in 1789; it took until 1896 to find out that it was radioactive
    $1200 23
Dr. Bunsen Honeydew & this lab assistant were on "The Muppet Show"
    $1200 7
Doing this, you'll hold pairs of small cymbals called zills
    $1600 13
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the Barnes Foundation.) C├ęzanne drew upon Greek mythology when he painted this title pair
    $1600 18
In Sri Lanka:
Sinhala & this
    $1600 2
An 1888 collection of Chekhov's stories won him the prize named for this writer & compatriot
    $1600 28
A policeman could tell you the U.S. half dollar today is about 92% this metal
    DD: $2,000 24
This evil puppet master from "Pinocchio" shared his name with a volcanic island near Sicily
    $1600 8
Facial nerve paralysis on one side
    $2000 14
(Alex reports from the Barnes Foundation.) Though she never had children of her own, this American sensitively portrayed maternal love in "Woman with a Nude Boy"
    $2000 19
In Guinea-Bissau:
    $2000 3
He's known more formally as Ivan Voynitsky
    $2000 27
Among coinage metals, this one, atomic number 28, is only a fair conductor of electricity
    $2000 25
Set in a Washington bar, this satirical political TV show was populated by puppets from Sid & Marty Krofft
    $2000 9
Nobel-winning creator of Herzog & Sammler

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Andrew Paul
$11,200 $16,400 $800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

He was alive for the Wright Brothers' historic flight & was John Glenn's Senate colleague when Glenn returned to space

Final scores:

Ed Andrew Paul
$17,400 $10,399 $1,600
Winner: $17,400 + an advance to UToC Round 2 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ed Andrew Paul
$14,200 $16,400 -$200
16 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
24 R,
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $30,400

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Game tape date: 2005-02-09
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