Show #4547 - Tuesday, May 18, 2004


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Suzanne LaVere, a graduate student from Evanston, Illinois

Matt Cookson, an attorney from San Diego, California

Al Davis, a software test engineer from Everett, Washington (whose 2-day cash winnings total $37,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Its 44-story office tower is the tallest structure in New York outside of Manhattan
    $200 21
Since 1910 annual Rotary Club conventions have closed with the singing of this, mostly heard at year's end
    $200 8
Do You Want To Know A _____ Agent Man
    $200 6
The sixth episode in the "Star Wars" series is "The Return of" this
    $200 16
In Monopoly, 9 of these cards will get you some money; 1 will get you out of jail for free
    $200 26
Of all the Earth's water, 97% is found in these
    $400 2
In 1819 East Alabama & New Philadelphia were consolidated into this
    $400 22
It's the very French way First Lady Danielle Mitterrand greeted Fidel Castro on his 1995 Paris visit
    $400 12
Song Sung _____ Suede Shoes
    $400 7
Japanese for "fire bowl", it's a small, charcoal grill popularly used to cook steak & chicken
    $400 17
Term for the hoops that croquet balls are driven through
    $400 27
Of a human, a chicken or a tomato, the one that is the least percentage water
    DD: $1,000 3
This capital founded by gold miners has over 100 days a year of below freezing temperatures
    $600 23
Institution whose graduating class is seen here upholding a tradition
    $600 13
Fat Bottomed ____ Just Want To Have Fun
    $600 9
In India, most women wear this outer garment that consists of a piece of cloth that's draped around the body
    $600 18
It's the card game the British call patience
    $600 28
Water is the only substance that occurs naturally in all these 3 forms of matter
    $800 4
It lies about 50 miles south of Portland on the Willamette river
    $800 24
We doubt it brightens Chinese people's 61st birthdays to receive one of these often-wooden objects
    $800 14
My Heart Will Go _____ Bended Knee
    $800 10
In 1991, when she was only 15, she became the youngest woman to reach the semifinals at Wimbledon
    $800 19
(Sofia of the Clue Crew pitches a heavy ball into the beach sand.) Turin is a world center of this game, but it's also become popular as an import to America
    $800 29
1-word name for the large masses that contain the majority of the world's fresh water
    $1000 5
It lies about 50 miles northeast of Portland on the Kennebec river
    $1000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew toasts you with her beer stein in Munich, Germany.) It's easy to remember this German toast from the Latin for "may it benefit"--it rhymes with "toast"
    $1000 15
Almost _____ City
    $1000 11
It's the island country in the Pacific whose flag is seen here
    $1000 20
The rules he established for whist back in 1760 were changed in 1864
    $1000 30
In terms of its volume of water, this river ranks first in the world

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

Al Matt Suzanne
$1,200 $2,400 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Al Matt Suzanne
$3,800 $4,200 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 8
Hawthorne's introductory essay to "The Scarlet Letter" is about a custom-house in this seaport
    $400 1
In 1997 a Maori protester smashed this yachting trophy with a sledgehammer; it has been restored
    $400 16
1903's Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock gave Congress power over these people's lands
    $400 19
He made the first presidential address telecast from the White House
    $400 26
Though Harlequin Books was founded in 1949, it didn't concentrate on this type of book until 1964
    $400 6
This Simon & Garfunkel classic began its long "span" on the music charts on Valentine's Day 1970
    $800 9
This Danish seaport is the setting for Shakespeare's "Hamlet"
    $800 2
(Hi, I'm Eddie George of the NFL.) As a senior at Ohio State, I received this award, given to the top player in college football
    $800 17
Schechter Poultry Corp. v. U.S. struck down the National Industrial Recovery Act, part of this program
    $800 22
This man co-anchored the ABC news with Howard K. Smith
    $800 27
Harlequin & Columbine were characters in this form of theater popular in Italy in the 17th century
    $800 7
Asian beast of burden seen here
    $1200 10
People of Mexican descent live above the town of Monterey, California in this title district of a Steinbeck novel
    $1200 3
In 1971 the Super Bowl trophy was renamed for this coach who had died the previous year
    $1200 18
Brown v. Board of Education was decided in May 1954 by this vote
    $1200 23
In the 1954 film "Carmen Jones" this male singer starred with Dorothy Dandridge
    DD: $100 28
He painted the Harlequins seen here
    $1200 11
Sacred to the ancient Egyptians, the lotus is a member of this family of plants
    $1600 14
In a play by Thornton Wilder, it's "Our Town"
    $1600 4
The Larry O'Brien Trophy features a regulation size sterling silver one of these
    DD: $5,000 20
Harry Blackmun's initial opinion in this 1973 case said the law was too vague; then he came up with a right to privacy
    $1600 24
Don't commit ritual suicide, but do tell us the name of this longtime Chicago Cubs announcer
    $1600 29
Banded in red, black & yellow, the harlequin or coral one of these is very dangerous
    $1600 12
Landmark Washington, D.C. complex sprawling here
    $2000 15
In an Anne Bronte novel, Helen Graham is "The Tenant of" this title place
    $2000 5
The golfer on the top of this trophy is Abe Mitchell, friend of the seed merchant for whom the trophy is named
    $2000 21
Justice Scalia called a 2003 decision upholding campaign finance laws "a sad day for" this right
    $2000 25
It was the real name of the Old West outlaw known as the Sundance Kid
    $2000 30
In English theater Columbine was the daughter of this old character who wore the trousers in the family
    $2000 13
Hazel is the leader of the rabbits in this Richard Adams novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Al Matt Suzanne
$15,800 $14,100 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A part of this marine mammal was prized by medieval folk, who thought it belonged to a unicorn

Final scores:

Al Matt Suzanne
$28,200 $24,100 $6,600
3-day champion: $65,800 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Al Matt Suzanne
$15,800 $11,800 $6,200
20 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $33,800

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Game tape date: 2004-02-10
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