Show #5261 - Monday, June 25, 2007


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Katy Clarke, a stay-at-home mom from The Woodlands, Texas

Tony Suffoletta, a mail carrier from Brookfield, Wisconsin

Matt Corcoran, an administrative assistant from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $25,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
This term for each of Lesotho's 10 divisions can also precede "attorney"
    $200 2
In the 20th c., only Joe DiMaggio hit in more consecutive games than this Cincinnati Red who hit safely in 44 straight games
    $200 14
We all scream for it:
    $200 11
The USA's chief health educator is this "General"
    $200 26
Traditionally, the nomadic Masai of Kenya live almost entirely on their herds of these
    $200 1
After trimming, these lumber units are sold at 1 5/8 inches by 3 5/8 inches
    $400 22
They're the main divisions of Canada & of Finland (where they're called laanit)
    $400 3
(Hi, I'm Curt Schilling.) On August 30, 2006, I got my 3,000th one of these, only the 14th pitcher in Major League history to reach that milestone
    $400 15
Bake it or boil it:
    $400 12
Every day, 650 tons of coal were shoveled into the Titanic's furnaces by the men with this job
    $400 27
At over 17,000 feet, Mount Kenya is eclipsed by only this other peak as the highest in Africa
    $400 4
Paul Revere could tell you it's the phrase that followed "One, if by land" in a Revolutionary warning
    $600 23
Like a diocese, the island of Jersey is divided into these
    $600 5
Alex Rodriguez has won 2 American League MVP Awards, with Texas in 2003 & this team in 2005
    $600 16
A bread-shaped ground beef entree:
    $600 13
Back in 1898 William Morris went into business as one of these
    $600 28
To the southwest, Kenya borders this 27,000-square-mile body of water
    $600 8
Proverbially, it's what you hope to do "with one stone"
    $800 24
Reasonably enough, there are 4 of these divisions of Monaco
    $800 6
After 36 seasons in Montreal, the Expos moved to this city in 2005 & were renamed the Nationals
    $800 17
A martini ingredient:
    $800 19
Generally, U.S. tenure-track jobs descend from Professor to Associate Prof to this kind of Professor
    DD: $1,200 29
Kenya's official languages are English & this one, whose name means "people of the coast"
    $800 9
Play stops on or about this official time-out near the end of each half in an NFL game
    $1000 25
Bavaria & Brandenburg are 2 of Germany's 16 these
    $1000 7
This Hall-of-Fame pitcher whose nickname is short for "Cyclone" has the all-time record for wins with 511
    $1000 18
A classic under glass:
    $1000 20
Mr. Kenge, from the legal morass of Dickens' "Bleak House", is this type of non-pleading lawyer
    $1000 30
Now the chief port of Kenya, Mombasa was visited by this Portuguese explorer in 1498
    $1000 10
The title characters of this Shakespeare play go off to Mantua & Milan

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

Matt Tony Katy
$3,200 -$200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Tony Katy
$3,600 $200 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 11
The Houyhnhnm are a race of sentient equines than appear in Part IV of this title man's "Travels"
    $400 16
As Shrek, this actor is told that his donkey talks, & says, "Yeah, it's getting him to shut up that's the trick"
    $400 1
After much skirmishing with Saladin, this English king made a truce with him in 1192
    $400 18
Its World Service was first heard in 1932 as the Empire Service
    $400 26
Weigmann's "Der Klarinetten-Macher", about clarinet inventor Johann Denner, is one of these works
    $400 2
Yom Kippur is Hebrew for "Day of" this
    $800 12
Barnum & Kip were a pair of horses in this author's "Little House" series
    $800 17
Going where no man had gone before, as Ozzie in "Over the Hedge": "Playing possum is what we do. We die so...we live"
    $800 7
(Alex refers to a monochrome depiction of a naval engagement.) You may see a resemblance to little brother Matthew in this 1813 naval hero pictured here
    $800 19
"Heart of Oak" is a traditional song of this fighting force, which would use over 2,000 oaks to build one warship
    $800 27
Pipe up if you know Bach wrote a "Little Book" of 45 Chorales for this instrument
    $800 3
This fine powder is used to give color to such products as inks & paints
    $1200 13
Rosco, belonging to John Grady Cole, is one of "All the" these in a novel by Cormac McCarthy
    $1200 21
He voiced Shaggy on the 1969-1972 TV series "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!"
    $1200 8
This military man elected president in 1840 wrote a "Discourse on the Aborigines of the Valley of the Ohio"
    $1200 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands before The Long Water in Hyde Park.) In 1663 this diarist wrote of fashionable Hyde Park, "whither all the world" is "going"; two years later people were going there to escape the plague
    $1200 28
Nissel, Brainin, Schidlof & Lovett performed as the "Amadeus" this type of group
    $1200 4
    DD: $2,000 14
It has been surmised that this hard-working horse from "Animal Farm" got his name from a Chinese revolt
    $1600 22
Tara Strong has voiced Timmy Turner of "The Fairly Oddparents" & babies up as this Nick TV show's Dil Pickles
    $1600 9
Last name of Arthur, seen here, Spanish American War general & father of a general
    $1600 24
A kitchen tool, or a policeman's nickname that, like "Bobby", came from the man who founded the London Police
    $1600 29
At 18, this composer studied with Friedrich Wieck & met Wieck's 9-year-old daughter Clara, his future wife
    $1600 5
Poe wrote, "Hear the sledges with the bells--silver bells! What a world of" this "their melody foretells"
    $2000 15
Vronsky sits incorrectly in Frou-Frou's saddle, causing the horse's death in this 1875 novel
    $2000 23
Billy West voices (among others!) Prof. Farnsworth, Zapp Brannigan, Dr. Zoidberg, Fry & Richard Nixon on this Fox TV Show
    $2000 10
A suite at Cairo's Mena House Hotel is named for this British general in WWII Africa
    $2000 25
Legend says King Lear's father noted this city's healing waters when leprous pigs were cured by wallowing there
    DD: $800 30
The horn players took a break on Nov. 5, 1938 when the NBC Symphony premiered Barber's "Adagio for" these
    $2000 6
The Bible says the angel at Jesus' tomb wore this, meaning garments, that was "white as snow"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Tony Katy
$13,600 $8,600 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This Protestant movement got its name from an early 20th century text that listed 5 basic elements

Final scores:

Matt Tony Katy
$8,950 $0 $0
2-day champion: $33,950 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Tony Katy
$14,400 $8,600 $7,600
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
13 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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Game tape date: 2007-03-07
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