Show #4789 - Thursday, June 2, 2005

David Rozenson game 3.


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Rande Jandel, a school cafeteria worker from Omaha, Nebraska

Julie Meister, a mom from Old Greenwich, Connecticut

David Rozenson, a lawyer from Newton, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $48,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: If that weren't enough...)
    $200 12
WWI's famous Sgt. Alvin York was born on Dec. 13, 1887 in Pall Mall in this "Volunteer State"
    $200 16
In 1970 this "Travelin' Band" wondered "Who'll Stop The Rain"
    $200 6
"Open That Bottle Night" was created by the Wall Street Journal's columnists on this subject
    $200 2
When it's this brand of frozen potatoes, "it's all-righta"
    $200 1
In 1858 Frederick Law Olmsted submitted a plan for this, America's first great urban park
    $200 9
George Herman Ruth
    $400 13
Ironically, York didn't volunteer for service; he asked for a draft exemption as one of these, Latin for "peacemaking"
    $400 20
In 1984 Prince "Never meant 2 cause U any sorrow" with this colorful tune
    $400 27
Type of show that draws hundreds of thousands to the Miramar Military Base in San Diego every October
    $400 3
Kraft introduced this brand of processed cheese way back in 1928
    $400 4
Born in Canton, China in 1917, he designed Boston's John Hancock Tower
    $400 10
An A-line or a mini, starting at the waist
    $600 17
Solo, York killed over 20 of the enemy & captured 132 during the Argonne-Meuse Offensive in this country
    $600 21
The 2 title items in this Carpenters' tune, No. 2 in '71, "always get me down"
    $600 28
Every May 13 in Fatima, Portugal a crowd of thousands waves farewell to her with white hankies
    $600 24
Appropriately, these Nabisco cookies are in the shape of a peanut
    $600 5
Completed in 1930, this William Van Alen skyscraper in NYC is in the art deco style
    $600 11
The late, lamented "voice of the Los Angeles Lakers" Hearn
    $800 18
York's many medals included this, introduced in 1862, which he got for charging a machine gun nest
    $800 22
Though this 1969 No. 1 hit may occur, "that doesn't mean my eyes will soon be turnin' red"
    DD: $1,000 29
(Hi, I'm Maria Bartiromo.) As a proud Italian-American, I've anchored this parade live for several years on New York City TV
    $800 25
Pastry maker Pietro Ferrero created this, "The original hazelnut spread"
    $800 7
Danish architect Jorn Utzon's plan for this New South Wales landmark was chosen in 1957 from 233 entries
    $800 14
"There is nothing like" one: Judi Dench, for example
    $1000 19
One condition York demanded in selling the movie rights to his life was that this man would play him
    $1000 23
"I Go Swimming" appeared on the album this British singer "Plays Live"
    $1000 30
In Northern Ireland every July brings a holiday honoring the Protestants known by this colorful name
    $1000 26
This brand of Mexican food got its start in 1918 as the Mountain Pass Canning Co. of New Mexico
    $1000 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Pittsburgh, PA.) This American architect, born in 1906 & known for his work in glass, designed PPG Place, made with 20,000 pieces of glass
    $1000 15
It precedes "way", "cast" & "minded"

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

David Julie Rande
$4,400 $2,600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Julie Rande
$5,600 $5,600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
Dick York played this sitcom role from 1964 to 1969
    $400 22
"Beloved, thou hast brought me many" of these "plucked in the garden, all the summer through"
    $400 2
This small creature is the only bird that can fly backwards
    $400 1
The Log is the monthly newspaper of a union of these
    $400 7
Born in the metropolis of Vienna in 1890, he directed the movie "Metropolis"
    $400 12
Chicago's first paid one was organized in 1858; not surprisingly, it was reorganized in 1871
    $800 18
Dick Sargent played this sitcom role from 1969 to 1972
    $800 23
"Open my heart, and you will see graved inside of it", this peninsular country
    $800 3
The deepest-diving bird in the world is this "regal" variety of penguin
    $800 30
Members of this Detroit-based union also make lawn mowers in Tennessee & Radio Flyer wagons in Illinois
    $800 8
Born in Vienna in 1832, he was executed in Mexico in 1867
    $800 13
Roman Catholic priest who helped the lepers of Molokai
    $1200 19
In 1961 Sargent & York appeared on this Richard Chamberlain medical drama in episodes airing a week apart
    $1200 24
"Shakespeare was of us, Milton was for us", this Scot & "Shelley, were with us--they watch from their graves!"
    $1200 4
We were "wandering" if you knew this Diomeda exulans seabird has one of the largest wingspans
    $1200 28
California's CCPOA, representing this type of peace officer, has been known to put the screws to politicians
    DD: $3,000 9
Born near Vienna in 1797, he died at age 31 after being a "lieder" in his field
    $1200 14
This army training base is located just outside of Trenton, New Jersey
    $1600 20
Sargent could have heard, "Whatchu talkin' 'bout, Mr. Stone?" in a 1984 episode of this sitcom
    DD: $1,000 25
Elizabeth Barrett Browning called this French novelist "true genius, but true woman!"
    $1600 5
A bird of prey, the harpy species of this bird is even known to attack monkeys for food
    $1600 27
The advent of sound in movies put many members of the AFM, this union, out of work
    $1600 10
Born in Vienna in 1882, this little sausage joined the U.S. Supreme Court in 1939
    $1600 15
Richard Wagner wrote an opera in 1843 about this spectral ship doomed to sail the seas for eternity
    $2000 21
You'll be "rollin', rollin', rollin'" if you know York guested on this TV western in 1961
    $2000 26
Completes the line from "Pippa Passes", "God's in His heaven--"
    $2000 6
The feathers of this arctic grouse pturn white in winter
    $2000 29
When several unions of these workers struck in 1970, troops had to replace federal employees for the first time
    $2000 11
Born in Vienna in 1791, she became an empress by marrying a Frenchman in 1810
    $2000 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from San Diego, CA, aboard the U.S.S. Tarawa.) It's the two-word term for this platform area of the Tarawa, where helicopters & Harrier jets are launched

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Julie Rande
$13,800 $13,800 $9,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Opened in 1937, it got its name in response to the George Washington Bridge, north of it

Final scores:

David Julie Rande
$27,600 $7,800 $5,700
3-day champion: $76,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Julie Rande
$12,000 $14,200 $9,800
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,000

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Game tape date: 2004-11-17
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