Show #4329 - Thursday, May 29, 2003


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Joe Nathan, a college student from Upper Arlington, Ohio

Katie Hamill, a lawyer from Arlington, Massachusetts

Bronson Messer, an astrophysicist from Knoxville, Tennessee (whose 3-day cash winnings total $29,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
He finished sculpting "David" in 1504 but never completed his 12 apostles for Florence's cathedral
    $200 10
Working at night in addition to your full-time day job
    $200 21
In 2002 his "Journals" were published, filled with drawings, lyrics & his plans for his band Nirvana
    $200 3
The United States Mint
    $200 8
Baseball was considered bad box office until this 1955 show hit one out of the park with a Best Musical Tony
    $200 1
A synonym for a woman's restroom
    $400 20
This British prime minister must have hated his 1954 birthday portrait by Graham Sutherland; his wife destroyed it
    $400 12
There's Mission, of course, & Lombard; then you've got Market, Golden Gate -- no, that's an avenue....
    $400 22
Edited by H. Paul Jeffers, "The Bully Pulpit" is a collection of quotations by this president
    $400 6
The Employment & Training Administration
    $400 11
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at the St. James Theatre in New York City) This musical that featured Yul Brynner's most regal performance premiered here at the St. James Theatre in 1951
    $400 2
This multi-state lottery has risen to an almost $315 million winning total
    $600 25
English portraitist Thomas Hudson was noted for painting this "Messiah" composer
    $600 13
If there are depressives, there must be these people, their bipolar counterparts
    $600 28
In 1901 Booker T. Washington published his now-classic autobiography "Up from" this
    $600 9
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
    $600 14
When it premiered in 1955, "A View from the Bridge" was a 1-act play; this playwright later expanded it
    $600 4
3-word term for the legal authority to act for another person in legal or business matters
    $800 26
"J'accuse" Edouard Manet of painting the portrait of this French novelist, seen here
    $800 15
Steel tools made in the seat of Winnebago County, Illinois (perhaps used by Garner)
    DD: $1,000 29
"On Sunset Boulevard" is a book about "The Life and Times of" this famous film director
    $800 17
The Federal Bureau of Investigation
    $800 23
A waterfront dive known as Jimmy-the-Priest's inspired the setting of his play "The Iceman Cometh"
    $800 5
As the result of a 1614 wedding, he became John Rolfe's father-in-law
    $1000 27
French songstress Yvette Guilbert hated this cabaret habitue's depictions of her & called him "Little Monster"
    $1000 16
This Italian company traces its history back to Bartolomeo, who sold guns to Venice in the 1500s
    $1000 30
He's the killer in Patricia Cornwell's bestseller "Portrait of a Killer"; Case Closed
    $1000 18
The International Trade Administration
    $1000 24
Meryl Streep was in the orig. cast of the Sondheim musical based on this Greek play -- we're sure it was "ribbit"ing
    $1000 7
He was Harlem's congressman from 1945 to 1971

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Bronson Katie Joe
$2,800 $2,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bronson Katie Joe
$5,000 $6,000 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the original film for us.)
    $400 9
Sidney Morse invented the bathometer, to explore the sea; this brother was a better-known inventor
    $400 1
"Return to Never Land"
    $400 21
Yo, the Gulf of Venice is on this arm of the Mediterranean
    $400 25
Although the NYSE is considered to be on this street, its main building is actually located on Broad Street
    $400 16
Citizen's Eco-Drive Thermo is one of these powered by the heat of your body
    $400 6
This peninsula in southeastern Massachusetts is one of the prime tourist destinations in New England
    $800 10
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) Some haunting tales might have been penned at the portable writing desk used by this writer who died in 1849
    $800 2
"The Road Warrior"
    $800 22
In the '90s Russia & Ukraine sorted out who owns what of this sea's fleet
    $800 27
In 1943 the son of this Wisconsin-born architect sold the rights to his creation Lincoln Logs to Playskool
    DD: $4,200 17
If Bram had wanted to give up writing, he could have gotten this job of adding fuel to a ship's furnace
    $800 7
When Harding died suddenly, this man became the top man at the White House & in the nation
    $1200 11
Douglas Southall Freeman wrote a 4-volume biography of this Virginian & 3 volumes on his "Lieutenants"
    $1200 3
"Son of Flubber"
    $1200 23
The Gulf of California is also known as this from the conquistador who sent explorers there in the 1530s
    $1200 28
This Freeport, Maine retail outlet's first product was the Maine Hunting Shoe, first sold in 1912
    $1200 18
In 1999 this South American country produced over 300 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity by water power
    $1200 8
This endangered dark gray vulture of the southwestern U.S. can have a wingspan up to 10 feet
    $1600 12
He started his company in 1837 & by 1857 his annual output of plows had risen to 10,000
    $1600 4
"The Two Jakes"
    DD: $4,500 24
It's the sea you sail going from Muscat to Mumbai
    $1600 29
This Coventry, England company made its first motorcycle in 1902 & began making its own engines in 1905
    $1600 19
The U.S. Air Force primarily uses the JP-8 version of this because of its high flash point
    $1600 14
This unit of measure is equal to one milliliter
    $2000 13
Stephen Douglas was nicknamed this for his small stature & great oratorical skill
    $2000 5
    $2000 26
In the May 1942 battle of this sea, the U.S. stopped the Japanese advance to the south
    $2000 30
Procter & Gamble has been headquartered in this city since 1837
    $2000 20
The 2003 Honda Civic GX claims you can get 250 miles on a tank of this, abbreviated CNG
    $2000 15
Chalk is a naturally occurring form of this compound whose chemical formula is CaCO3

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bronson Katie Joe
$20,800 $14,400 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The only 2 Democratic presidents defeated for reelection since the Civil War

Final scores:

Bronson Katie Joe
$12,799 $12,800 $6,000
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $12,800 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bronson Katie Joe
$17,400 $14,200 $7,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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Game tape date: 2003-02-05
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