Show #4289 - Thursday, April 3, 2003


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Andy Vandiver, a director of operations from McLeansville, North Carolina

Marilyn Mitchell, a market researcher from Dana Point, California

Sally Hadden, a college history professor from Kalamazoo, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Sounds like fun!)
    $200 6
Of all the elements, this metallic one has the shortest name
    $200 9
An illegal lottery, or the fourth book of the Old Testament
    $200 13
In 1982 this country, appropriately, began issuing a series of panda coins
    $200 18
Guitars on display include ones from Mother Maybelle Carter & this "Man in Black", her son-in-law
    $200 26
Thanks to firms like Pegaso & Telmex, this country now has more cellular users than fixed line customers
    $200 1
Cock-a-doodle doodler
    $400 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew scuba diving in the Barrier Reef near Belize) Sponges are classified based on what this structure is made of, such as calcium carbonate or silica
    $400 10
One of the USA's 500 largest businesses by revenue is this state's lottery, based in Schenectady
    $400 14
In 1985 this large Middle Eastern country's Prince Sultan became the first Arab astronaut
    $400 19
You can see her wringer washer & the nurse's cap she wore while working to support Wynonna & Ashley
    $400 27
The Kyocera QCP 6035 Smartphone combines a cell phone with one of these multifunction organizers
    $400 2
A Mackintosh
    $600 8
Granite contains this mineral whose name contains the German word for "field"
    $600 23
In 1980 Congress forbade the use of this for distribution of lottery materials
    $600 15
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit) On March 30, 1981 outside the Washington Hilton, this man was shoved into this 1972 Lincoln limousine
    $600 20
She's the Hall of Famer heard here, makin' like Jerry Lee Lewis
    $600 28
In 1946 this detective's 2-way wrist radio made its debut in the funnies
    $600 3
Approve an amendment
    $800 11
Sadly, the one-horned Javan species of this is nearly extinct
    $800 24
13 workers at one of this coffee chain's stores in California became stars when they won big bucks in 2000...$87 million
    $800 16
Reportedly, this fad happened for the first time on October 15, 1981 during a baseball game in the Oakland Coliseum
    $800 21
In 2002 the museum exhibited quilts loaned by this superstar, & 5 of her costumes from "Annie Get Your Gun"
    $800 29
44 GM models offer this wireless service that now has over 2,000,000 members
    DD: $1,000 4
The first "R" in radar
    $1000 12
Weighing 300 pounds or more, this South American boa is the heaviest of all snakes
    $1000 25
2000 saw a fight in England over running the lottery, with this Virgin king at the forefeont
    $1000 17
The nomination of this U.S. Appeals Court judge to the Supreme Court was rejected by the Senate on October 23, 1987
    $1000 22
You could never put a price on this funny lady seen here who was inducted in 1975
    $1000 30
Buying one of this company's DynaTAC models in 1984 could have set you back about $4,000
    $1000 5
Monastery mess hall

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

Sally Marilyn Andy
$1,200 -$600 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sally Marilyn Andy
$4,200 $2,400 $7,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The poet's name will begin with the letter "P".)
    $400 3
"Crossing the Water", a collection of her poems, was published posthumously in 1971
    $400 2
Cary Grant's 1959 cross-country adventure
    $400 4
The 1840 Treaty of Waitangi guaranteed the Maori rights to this country's land in return for British sovereignty
    $400 21
The Cattleya is the variety of this flower most widely used for corsages
    $400 1
From 1957 to 1974 this tycoon owned & operated Olympic Airways, Greece's national airlines
    $400 22
To bend the elbow is to indulge in this activity
    $800 7
Volumes such as "My Sister, Life" brought him renown as a lyrical poet long before he created Zhivago
    $800 6
James Dean's starring debut
    $800 5
Most of the inhabitants of this tiny island are descended from the Bounty mutineers & their Polynesian wives
    $800 27
Proceeds from the sale of her rose, seen here, are donated to her memorial fund in England
    $800 14
This world leader who worked toward peace in the Middle East was assassinated in Cairo in 1981
    $800 23
'90s slang for an attractive woman, like the Archie Comics blonde of that name
    $1200 8
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew standing in front of the Colosseum in Rome) Not a European poet, but this American coined the phrase "The glory that was Greece & the grandeur that was Rome"
    $1200 18
Zip-a-dee-doo-dah! Uncle Remus tells his tales in this 1946 Disney classic
    $1200 11
Administered by the U.S. Department of the Interior, this territory consists of Tutuila & 6 other islands
    $1200 28
Luther Burbank developed the Shasta variety of this flower
    $1200 15
Laszlo Papp of this country was the first boxer to win Olympic gold medals in 3 successive games
    $1200 24
To get something on credit is to get it "on" this part of a shirt where debts were once jotted down
    $1600 9
Loomis was the middle name of this "Cantos" poet who loomed large over his fellow Imagists
    DD: $4,000 19
Eloquent pacifist World War I film about German boys in the trenches
    $1600 12
James A. Michener once called this island 143 miles northwest of Tahiti the world's most beautiful island island
    DD: $2,000 16
In 1984 this cleric from Klerksdorp was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
    $1600 25
In the U.S. it refers to an old man, but in Britain it's just a guy, especially one like Black Sabbath's Mr. Butler
    $2000 10
He claimed that he wrote his "Ode on Solitude" when he was 12 (& "An Essay on Man" somewhat later)
    $2000 20
"Spellbound" 1987 big screener featuring Susan, Michelle, Jack & Cher
    $2000 13
Current king Taufa'ahau Tupou IV was the first person in this nation's history to earn a college degree
    $2000 17
In 1928 this Norwegian died in a plane crash while trying to rescue a fellow explorer from another crash
    $2000 26
This 19th century slang term for dollars may have been influenced by the French "Napoleon"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sally Marilyn Andy
$7,000 $8,800 $21,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the first U.S. president not of British descent

Final scores:

Sally Marilyn Andy
$10,000 $14,001 $24,200
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sally Marilyn Andy
$7,000 $8,400 $18,600
16 R,
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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Game tape date: 2002-12-10
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