Show #6109 - Thursday, March 17, 2011

Tom Kunzen game 3.


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Mary Linnenbringer, a floral designer from St. Louis, Missouri

Zack Azzam, a bank branch manager from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Tom Kunzen, a geotechnical engineer from Orlando, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $58,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A double "D" will come up in the middle of each correct response.)
    $200 16
In an 1851 work this general stands in a small boat on the Delaware, a U.S. flag nearby
    $200 26
"9 To 5"
    $200 21
In 1959 this leader fled to Dharamsala, India in response to China's harsh rule of Tibet
    $200 1
Sorry Delta, in 2010 Continental merged with this airline to create the world's largest carrier
    $200 6
Bahrain's natural resources include oil, fish, natural gas & these prized mollusk products
    $200 11
Can you canoe? It's difficult without this short, flat bended oar
    $400 17
In this work mom is seated, facing left--or is it right? Anyway, she's clad in black with a white lace cap
    $400 27
"Jesus, Take The Wheel"
    $400 22 least temporarily; in 1955 this Cuban went into exile in Mexico but forces led by him returned in Dec. 1956
    $400 2
This leading maker of commercial jets & military aircraft is also NASA's prime contractor for the Intl. Space Station
    $400 7
This musical tops the Almanac's list of longest-running Broadway shows
    $400 12
Proverbially, when you're in disagreement with someone, you're "at" these
    DD: $6,600 18
We're not sure if you'd call that teal or azure the young man with a feathered cap is wearing in this 1770 work
    $600 28
"You're Still The One"
    $600 23
It was no "Divine Comedy" for this Italian author when the Guelphs banished him from Florence in 1302
    $600 3
In 1953 he set another world record flying 2 1/2 times the speed of sound in a Bell X-1A rocket plane
    $600 8
The arrival of this U.S. govt. official merits a 19-gun salute, 4 ruffles & flourishes & the playing of "Hail, Columbia"
    $600 13
Last name of Asa, wed to the former Mary Baker in 1877
    $800 19
Painting in which 2 men & a woman sit up late in a diner with a sign advertising Phillies cigars
    $800 29
"Stand By Your Man"
    $800 24
In 1928 this ex-commissar of war was full of Bolshevik & was exiled to Soviet Central Asia
    $800 4
Among its single-engine planes are the Skycatcher, Skyhawk & Skylane
    $800 9
One of these astronomical events was listed for July 11, 2010
    $800 14
Siddhartha Gautama achieved worldwide fame under this name
    $1000 20
Children frolic among wild beasts as a confused lion looks out at us--it really is "The Peaceable" this
    $1000 25
In 1986 this Philippine woman left more than a thousand pairs of shoes behind when she fled to Hawaii
    $1000 5
Sharing its name with a Native American people, this type of helicopter seen here fired the first shots in Operation Desert Storm
    $1000 10
An entry on Arizona says this man "was a leading conservative voice in the U.S. Senate (1953-1965, 1969-1987)"
    $1000 15
To interfere unwantedly in someone else's affairs

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

Tom Zack Mary
$6,200 $1,200 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Zack Mary
$14,600 $2,600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
His "Elegy on the Year 1788" begins, "For lords or kings I dinna mourn, e'en let them die--for that they're born"
    $400 11
This star of "Roxanne" is also credited with the screenplay but he generously cites Edmond Rostand as his inspiration
    $400 27
Tough guy, huh? What are you so scared of, hiding behind that? What is it, a barrel? Oh, you're this type of clown
    $400 1
One who's been convicted of a more serious type of crime
    $400 16
In the King James Bible, Yahweh, the personal name of God, is rendered as this
    $400 18
U.S. Highway 20 from Boston to the West Coast has this distinction; it used to be No. 2
    $800 3
"Kaddish" by this beat poet was an elegy for his mother, Naomi, who died in 1956
    $800 12
Steve Gordon both wrote & directed this 1981 film where super-rich Dudley Moore drank in the scenery
    $800 7
Assume this position seen here
    $800 17
In Exodus 6 Yahweh tells this man, "Say unto the children of Israel, I am the Lord"
    $800 19
U.S. 66 runs from Chicago to L.A.; this devilishly numbered route runs from Monticello, Utah to Douglas, Arizona
    $1200 4
Percy Shelley wrote "Adonais" on the death of this friend & fellow poet
    $1200 13
Stephen Gaghan wrote this 2000 Michael Douglas film about the effects of the international trade in narcotics
    $1200 8
The thighbone
    $1200 23
In Leviticus Yahweh tells the Israelites not to eat this mammal of the Suidae family--that's all, folks!
    $1200 20
2,400-mile U.S. Highway 1 runs from Fort Kent in this state all the way down to Florida
    $1600 5
He's buried in the very churchyard celebrated in his "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard"
    DD: $1,600 14
Steven Soderbergh broke onto the scene writing this 1989 film; the title might have ended with "DVDs" if Steve wrote it today
    $1600 28
Don't let your guard down on this type of Great Dane that's named for a clown; I think I see a bottle of seltzer
    $1600 9
The plants & animals of a given region are known by these 2 5-letter words
    $1600 24
In Judges 6 Gideon builds an altar & names it Yahweh-Shalom, "the Lord is" this
    $1600 21
Follow the 240 miles of U.S. 44 to make the "pilgrimage" from Kerhonkson, N.Y. to this Mass. Bay city
    $2000 6
He recalled friends & slain leaders of Ireland's Easter rising in his poem "Easter 1916"
    $2000 15
Steven Zaillian said hello to both Oscar & Oskar in penning this 1993 film set in WWII Poland
    $2000 26
The followers of the musical duo known by this crazy band name are called Juggalos
    $2000 10
Sogne is the name of one of these geographic features in Norway
    DD: $5,000 25
Exodus 3 says Yahweh is "the God of" Abraham, Isaac & this other patriarch
    $2000 22
The eastern end of U.S. 30 is in Atlantic City; the western end is in Astoria, a continent away in this state

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Zack Mary
$33,000 $16,800 $2,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Between April 1909 & March 1910, he killed 296 animals, including 9 lions & 8 elephants

Final scores:

Tom Zack Mary
$33,601 $33,600 $5,100
3-day champion: $92,001 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Zack Mary
$27,000 $13,800 $2,600
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
5 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $43,400

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Game tape date: 2010-11-16
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