Show #4782 - Tuesday, May 24, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 5, game 2.


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Jerome Vered, a writer from Los Angeles, California (subtotal of $16,400)

Ken Jennings, a software engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah (subtotal of $16,000)

Brad Rutter, a TV quiz show host from Lancaster, Pennsylvania (subtotal of $18,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This pact among the U.S., Mexico & Canada took effect in 1994 & aims to eliminate tariffs by 2008
    $200 11
"Do you know the way to" this 1968 Top 10 place
    $200 16
...of our solar system's 9 major planets
    $200 21
Drivers wondered where to put gum wrappers when Chrysler introduced 1995 models without these
    $200 1
In 2004, the National Firearms Museum opened an exhibit on these, highlighting their use in skeet & trapshooting
    $200 29
Nicole Farhi, who married playwright David Hare, is called the "Donna Karan of" this world capital
    $400 7
In the 1880s the Knights of this gave way to the American Federation of this representing workers
    $400 12
In a 1964 hit, "I'm gonna have me some fun if it costs me my very last dime" in this title city
    $400 17
...on the 2005 World Almanac's list of important inventions
    $400 22
It comes between "Seal Island National" & "Refuge"
    $400 2
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a biathlon range at Soldier Hollow, Utah.) The biathlon rifle's a straight-pull, bolt-action model that fires 5.6 millimeter rounds, or this small caliber
    $400 30
Now a superstar designer herself, she was often described as the muse of her late brother Gianni
    $600 8
In 1849, Thomas Ewing, "The Logician of the West", became the USA's first Secy. of this Cabinet Dept.
    $600 13
In 1981, Billy Joel told us to "Say Goodbye To" this title place
    $600 18
...of the mainland countries of South America
    $600 23
A swallowtail is a type of this, a man's formal coat that slopes toward the tails
    $600 3
The line of pistols designed by this Austrian in 1898 became the standard for German soldiers
    $600 26
Lebanese designer Elie Saab created the gown she wore at the 1999 coronation of her husband, King Abdullah
    $800 9
This committee that once claimed 800,000 members was dissolved Dec. 11, 1941
    $800 14
"Reverend Green be glad to see you" when you're "walking in" this town
    $800 19
...of Jesus' 12 original apostles
    $800 24
A piece of furniture, such as a bookcase, with a projecting central section
    $800 4
The bullet or "ball" designed by this Frenchman in 1849 wreaked havoc in the U.S. Civil War
    DD: $1,800 27
This French designer's "Corolle" collection became famous as 1947's "New Look"
    $1000 10
Gen. Charles Lee was relieved of command after ordering a retreat at this 1778 New Jersey battle
    $1000 15
Sure, you studied presidents & state birds, but how the Beastie Boys & their "No Sleep Till" here
    $1000 20
...on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
    $1000 25
"Colorful" type of partial bone fracture common in children
    $1000 5
It's a term for a type of monkey or a type of short barreled pistol both seen here
    $1000 28
Haute handbags are the speciality of this woman who was born Judith Peto in Budapest

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

Brad Ken Jerome
$4,600 $3,000 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Ken Jerome
$4,200 $2,400 -$1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Richard Diebenkorn's "Ocean Park" series is named for an area in this beach city near L.A.
    $400 6
Baron Brain, a medical scientist, wrote the text titled "Diseases of" this "System", now its 11th edition
    $400 11
John Shepherd-Barron invented it & in 1967 Barclays Bank installed the world's first one
    $400 16
Spanish diacritical mark
    $400 21
The 125-mile-wide Isthmus of Tehuantepec divides the Pacific Ocean from this gulf
    $400 26
This poet "heard a fly buzz--when I died", "with blue--uncertain stumbling buzz--between the light--and me--"
    $800 2
In houses like the one seen here, Richard Morris Hunt brought America this style, from the French for "fine art"
    $800 7
"That is my real last name", says this man who came from obscurity to win the 2003 World Series of Poker
    $800 12
This art book publisher took its name from the rivers flowing through London & New York City
    $800 17
Stein's secretary
    $800 22
This 10,400-sq.-mile region of Ukraine is joined to the mainland by the narrow Isthmus of Perekop
    $800 27
One of his "Songs of Experience" says "Little fly, thy summer's play my thoughtless hand has brushed away"
    DD: $2,000 3
Around 1912 Robert Delaunay brought color to the forefront of this -ism, thereby creating Orphism
    $1200 8
The last name of this 1990s Detroit Tigers slugger was appropriate when he played first but not when he DHed
    $1200 13
In the early 1700s William Fortnum, a footman who sold Queen Anne's used candles, went into retail with this partner
    DD: $3,400 18
Prehistoric cave-dweller
    $1200 23
The 31-mile-wide Isthmus of San Blas is the narrowest portion of this larger isthmus
    $1200 28
Showdowns in this Sergio Leone epic include Fonda vs. Bronson & Jack Elam vs. a fly
    $1600 4
In 2005 the woman in Robert Doisneau's photo called this "at the Hotel de Ville" sold her copy for $242,000
    $1600 9
The captain of the U.S.S. Constitution in her historic War of 1812 battle, it's also a part of the ship
    $1600 14
Lea & Perrins of sauce fame both started their careers as these, meaning druggists or pharmacists
    $1600 19
Son of Penelope & Odysseus
    $1600 24
The Karelian Isthmus is a narrow strip of land between Lake Ladoga and this gulf
    $1600 29
One fatality in this gory play from the early 1590s is a fly killed by Marcus
    $2000 5
This architect partnered with Rudolph Schindler & pioneered steel-frame housing with the Lovell House, seen here
    $2000 10
As a press secretary, this Mississippi native was often a spokesman for U.S. presidents in the 1970s & '80s
    $2000 15
In 1986 inefficiency & strikes did in this auto brand known as BL
    $2000 20
A structural type of geology
    $2000 25
This ancient city commanded the SW end of the isthmus between the Peloponnesus & the rest of Greece
    $2000 30
Uncle Toby lets a fly go, saying the world "is wide enough to hold both thee and me" in "Tristram Shandy" by him

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Ken Jerome
$15,000 $11,000 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This Hollywood legend who died January 21, 1959 supported placing monuments that have since brought legal challenges

Final scores:

Brad Ken Jerome
$20,000 $10,000 $3,200

Cumulative scores:

Brad Ken Jerome
$38,400 $26,000 $19,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brad Ken Jerome
$15,000 $10,600 $7,400
17 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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