Show #4151 - Monday, September 23, 2002


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Matt Olsen, an underwriter from Glastonbury, Connecticut

Justine Lisser, a lawyer from Washington, D.C.

Tom Kelso, a credit analyst from Chicago, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $53,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That's not good!)
    $200 11
At age 14 Wynton Marsalis performed Haydn's concerto for this instrument
    $200 26
In the 1932 film "Horse Feathers", he remarked, "I'd horsewhip you if I had a horse"
    $200 1
This farm animal is una vaca
    $200 16
"Jigs Accompanied by Lupine Creatures"
    $200 21
Anthracite, the highest grade of this, is made almost entirely of carbon
    $200 6
Soon after Ataturk became Turkey's president in 1923, he banned the wearing of this traditional hat
    $400 12
The Dixie Chicks' first CD had the rhyming title "Thank Heavens for" this TV cowgirl
    $400 27
On Oct. 19, 1924 Grantland Rice wrote that "Their real names are Stuhldreher, Miller, Crowley, and Leyden"
    $400 2
You can find libros at una libreria y una biblioteca, these 2 related places
    $400 17
"One Dozen Ticked-Off Dudes"
    $400 22
Grades of this potable range from doux to brut
    $400 7
He founded Philly's first police force
    $600 13
It sounds like a small trench around a castle, but it was the major type of late medieval composition
    $600 28
"For want of a nail the shoe is lost, for want of a shoe the horse is lost, for want of a horse" this "is lost"
    $600 3
This color is azul
    $600 18
"12 O'Clock Herdsman"
    $600 23
A "less than investment grade" bond is usually referred to as this 4-letter term
    $600 8
The longest currently serving leader in the Western Hemisphere; he started in 1959
    $800 14
The 19th century composer of the following, he basically wrote for only one instrument
    $800 29
Dr. Johnson called it "A grain which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people"
    $800 4
The word "alligator" comes from the Spanish el lagarto, this reptile
    $800 19
"Final Argentine Dance on the Banks of the Seine"
    $800 24
Bond & book are grades of this product made from compressed cellulose
    $800 9
In 1976 Bob Dole was his running mate
    $1000 15
James Blake, who wrote the song "I'm Just Wild About Harry", was better known by this nickname
    $1000 30
An old cliche says a difference of opinion is "what makes" these
    DD: $1,000 5
For spice, you use picante for this adjective; for climate, calido; for temperature, caliente
    $1000 20
"Primal Impulse"
    $1000 25
Excelso is a grade of coffee from this country, perhaps from Medellin
    $1000 10
It's the other political party that, like the Whigs, elected only 2 U.S. presidents

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

Tom Justine Matt
$4,200 $400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Justine Matt
$7,600 $2,000 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 9
With a current population of 323,000 this North American national capital was founded in the early 1800s
    $400 19
1989 by Dallas:
this Bruin, seen here
    $400 2
In 1998, more than a century after that incident with an ax, this accused murderess got her own musical
    $400 16
The Wright Brothers made almost 1,000 successful glider flights on a beach near this N.C. town in 1902
    $400 26
A fighter might "take it on" this body part without flinching
    $400 1
This synonym for gibberish comes from the name of a Lewis Carroll poem
    $800 12
The 1,000-year-old Al-Azhar University in this Middle East capital is an important center of Islamic learning
    $800 20
1978 by Houston:
this Texas running back
    $800 6
The 2001 play "Snatches" depicts snatches of phone conversations between Monica Lewinsky & this former friend
    $800 17
He designed the Imperial Hotel to withstand Tokyo's earthquakes; in 1923, it was one of the few buildings that did
    $800 27
Some of these have been dubbed middle, little or ring
    $800 3
A heptastich is a poem or stanza of this many lines
    $1200 13
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from Miami.) Stretching from about 17th Avenue to 37th Avenue is this "small" area of Miami
    $1200 21
1993 by New England:
this quarterback
    $1200 7
In 2001 Marlo Thomas got all dolled up to play this "Valley of the Dolls" author in the play "Paper Doll"
    $1200 18
In 1986 this Texan became House majority leader, succeeding Tip O'Neill
    $1200 28
This long & winding portion of the alimentary canal is divided into small & large sections
    $1200 4
Animal, vegetable or mineral: what kohlrabi is
    $1600 14
Pensione Erdarelli & the Hotel Hassler are both found in this capital city
    $1600 22
1998 by this team:
Peyton Manning
    $1600 10
Bob Gaudio of the 4 Seasons wrote the music for a new musical based on this Kathleen Turner-Nicolas Cage film
    $1600 24
Benjamin Wright, & not a mule named Sal, was chief engineer for the construction of this waterway from 1817 to 1825
    DD: $2,000 29
12 of these 33 bones are thoracic
    $1600 5
This word that rhymes with rough is used for the skin of a snake that's been cast off
    DD: $5,000 15
You'll find the Kenyatta Conference Center in this Kenyan city, one of Africa's largest & fastest growing
    $2000 23
1949 by Philadelphia:
this man, "Concrete Charlie", the NFL's last 60-minute player
    $2000 11
John Cullum of "Northern Exposure" got more Broadway exposure as a toilet tycoon in this hit musical
    $2000 25
A black Chicago youth is victimized by a white-dominated society in this novelist's "Native Son"
    $2000 30
This shoulder muscle is ready when you are
    $2000 8
Pandiculation is the act of yawning & doing this, especially first thing in the morning

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Justine Matt
$24,400 $15,000 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A New Deal Democrat in his youth, this president stated, "Government is not the solution to our problem"

Final scores:

Tom Justine Matt
$30,001 $20,000 $1,800
3-day champion: $83,402 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Justine Matt
$24,400 $14,000 $2,400
29 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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Game tape date: 2002-06-17
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