Show #4773 - Wednesday, May 11, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 3, game 3.


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Frank Spangenberg, a police lieutenant from Douglaston, New York

Grace Veach, a librarian from Lakeland, Florida

Shane Whitlock, a resident physician from Little Rock, Arkansas

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll deal with only 5 of them, and you have to identify the person who's doing the leaving.)
    $200 2
In April 1789 Washington left Mount Vernon, going to this city to head the new governent
    $200 1
After "The Flying Nun" was grounded in 1970, she went on to play "The Girl with Something Extra"
    $200 13
To open or pierce with the surgical instrument of the same name
    $200 8
Create the Church of England in 1534 to wrangle that elusive annulment (other wives may not fare as well)
    $200 21
She was Playboy Magazine's first centerfold back in 1953
    $200 23
"When they eat your dog, they're not so cute" was the headline on a USA Today article on these from Miami
    $400 3
Inaugurated in 1809, he's considered the last of the Founding Fathers to serve as president
    $400 7
(Hi, I'm Ashton Kutcher.) This popular sitcom of the 1970s featured the acting talents of Scatman Crothers, Jack Albertson
& Freddie Prinze
    $400 14
To put on clothes or a uniform
    $400 9
Crown self Czar in 1547, divorce 2 wives, have one killed, believe 3 to be poisoned by enemies, have last one outlive you
    $400 22
In 1960 the first of the many Playboy Clubs opened in this city that's Hugh Hefner's hometown
    $400 24
Scottish-born John Muir wrote the 1902 Ency. Britannica article on this valley in the Sierra Nevada of California
    $600 4
(Hi, I'm John McCain.) In 1912 this president proclaimed Arizona a state after forcing it to remove recall of judges from its constitution
    $600 16
Harry Bentley & Tom & Helen Willis were neighbors of this TV title family
    $600 15
To suffer or tolerate
    $600 10
Cite the embarrassment wife Winnie Madikizela caused you to get a 1996 divorce
    $600 28
In his famous 1976 Playboy interview, he spoke of lusting after women in his heart many times
    $600 25
In the 1945 magazine article "Extra-Terrestrial Relays", Arthur C. Clarke suggested these devices be used
    DD: $1,000 5
During his administration, Custer made his last stand
    $800 17
Its theme is heard here
    $800 18
To pry open a door, as with a crowbar
    $800 11
Marry anthropologist Reo Fortune in 1928, lose Fortune in '35, marry anthropologist Gregory Bateson in '36
    $800 29
Hugh's daughter, she's CEO & chairman of the board of Playboy Enterprises
    $800 26
You can't escape the fact that the 1926 Encyclopedia Britannica article on conjuring was done by him
    $1000 6
Before his election, he was part of a group of politically influential lawyers, the "Concord Clique"
    $1000 20
In 1970 he was back as Danny Williams in "Make Room for Granddaddy"
    $1000 19
To wade across a river
    $1000 12
Hopefully for him, this controversial author won't need a fifth way after marrying wife No. 4, Padma Lakshmi, in 2004
    $1000 30
It's the 3-word "subtitle" that appears below the name Playboy on the magazine cover
    $1000 27
In an 1850 article, Dickens described his visit to this "Old Lady of Threadneedle Street"

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

Shane Grace Frank
$3,600 $2,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Shane Grace Frank
$4,800 $4,800 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're featuring CNN all week; this time...)
    $400 1
(Alex reads from the Barnes Foundation.) In a large painting called "Models", this pointillist included a glimpse of his picture "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte"
    $400 22
In 2004 this tennis great, at 47, became the oldest tennis competitor in Olympic history
    $400 21
In 1987 the AIDS Quilt was displayed on the National Mall and this became the first drug approved by the FDA for AIDS
    $400 6
A gallbladder or a kidney
    $400 11
In 1785 he wrote "Gie me ae spark o'nature's fire, that's a' the learning I desire"
    $400 16
On July 4, 1928 Jean Lussier crawled inside a 6-foot diameter rubber ball & passed over this landmark
    $800 2
He was going full throttle in Arles, France in 1888 & 1889, turning out more than 200 paintings
    $800 27
In March 1995 she hung up her speed skates after setting her personal best in the 1,000-meter race
    $800 23
(Hi, I'm CNN senior medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.) I've reported on the threat of H5N1, better known as this potential pandemic transmitted by fowl
    DD: $5,600 7
Greek muse whose name means "beautiful voice"
    $800 12
His first published poem was 1833's "Pauline"
    $800 17
In 1931 the leading U.S. organization advocating this -ism changed its name to the American Sunbathing Assoc.
    $1200 3
This artist's portrait of his wife sold in 1875 for 290 francs, hardly covering the cost of the frame & materials
    $1200 28
The first WNBA player to reach 4,000 points, in 2004 this L.A. Sparks center was named the league's MVP
    $1200 24
In 1991, 8 entered this replica of the Earth's ecosystem to test the feasibility of a self-contained space colony
    $1200 8
Reddish-brown antelopes with white stripes
    $1200 13
He wrote, "Better to go down dignified/ With boughten friendship at your side/ Than none at all. Provide, Provide!"
    $1200 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from a vineyard.) In California, "Wine Country" often means this valley, that planted its first wine grapes around 1840
    DD: $3,000 4
This Swiss painter who died in 1940 called his art a line on a walk
    $1600 29
In the 1990s Christy Martin was probably the best-known woman in this sport
    $1600 25
It's the alphanumeric problem that for many marred the celebration seen here
    $1600 9
Architect Renzo
    $1600 14
The next 3 words of lyric poet Robert Herrick's "To the Virgins, to make much of time", "Gather ye rosebuds..."
    $1600 19
With a population of about 210,000, Bergen is this country's second-most populous city
    $2000 5
This 16th century Flemish painter depicted a cold landscape in "Hunters in the Snow"
    $2000 30
She's the all-time winningest female jockey, with more than 3,000 wins
    $2000 26
On Dec. 2, 1982, this surgeon, seen here, implanted the first permanent artificial heart, the Jarvik-7, into Barney Clark
    $2000 10
The bellows-mender in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
    $2000 15
The USA's first Poet Laureate, he taught at Louisiana State from 1934 to 1942 & edited the Southern Review
    $2000 20
Latin for "None farther beyond", this 3-word phrase refers to the highest level of excellence

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Shane Grace Frank
$18,400 $10,000 $17,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Now meaning nearly identical, these 2 names were applied to rivals Handel & Bononcini in a 1720s British verse

Final scores:

Shane Grace Frank
$2,399 $0 $34,399
2nd place: $15,000 3rd place: $15,000 Winner: $34,399 + an advance to UToC Round 4

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Shane Grace Frank
$13,400 $10,000 $15,800
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
16 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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Game tape date: 2005-04-13
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