Show #6282 - Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Dave Leach game 4.


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Nicholas Campiz, a graduate student in geography from Gainesville, Florida

Sally Sommers Smith, a biology professor from Kennebunk, Maine

Dave Leach, a software analyst from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $48,684)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
In 1812 he completed his 7th & 8th Symphonies & wrote a letter in which he asked, "Can our love endure..."
    $200 7
Patented March 1, 1921 was an improved "Diver's suit" by this escape artist
    $200 26
The storming of the Bastille & death carts filled with human cargo are features of this Dickens novel
    $200 12
Very taxing:
    $200 6
Sean Connery went shoeless when imprinting his feet in the cement at this Hollywood theater
    $200 1
A card game, or an unflattering term for an elderly unmarried woman
    $400 18
In October the capital of Pennsylvania moved permanently from Lancaster to this city
    $400 8
In 1993 this "Billie Jean" singer co-patented a "Method and means for creating anti-gravity illusion"
    DD: $2,400 27
"Helm's Deep" & "The Taming of Smeagol" are chapters in this "Two"-titled book
    $400 13
Athletically, it's a shoe-in:
    $400 22
L.A.'s city fathers renamed Weyse Avenue this street; "Hollywood & Weyse" just didn't cling
    $400 2
Put on your thinking chapeau & give us this apparel-related term for something trite or out of date
    $600 19
In November this president was re-elected, defeating DeWitt Clinton
    $600 9
This guitarist patented a device to permit total freedom of the player's hands... think David Lee Roth got a cut?
    $600 28
This Belgian detective doesn't buy suicide as the cause of a dentist's death in "One, Two, Buckle My Shoe"
    $600 14
More than makeup:
    $600 23
This L.A. arena, home to the Lakers & the site of 9 Grammy Awards, is named for an office-supply company
    $600 3
"Educational" term for something from an earlier era
    $800 20
City this of New York opened in 1812: 200 years later it's still around, with the "y" now a second "i"
    $800 10
In 2004 he was mayor of NYC when he officially co-designed a new telephone handset
    $800 29
Proteus loves Julia, but another woman catches his eye in this Shakespeare play
    $800 15
For upscale handbags:
    $800 24
The Nisei Week Festival is held every August in the section of Los Angeles known as "Little" this city
    $800 4
A painting by a distinguished artist, or the artist himself
    $1000 21
On February 27 this poet addressed the House of Lords for the first time, speaking on the Luddite rioting
    $1000 11
No. 4,753,647 went to this Activia-selling actress for a diaper with a handy sanitary wipe tucked inside
    $1000 30
Dominick Dunne wrote about a pair of women in a navy ensign's life in "The Two Mrs." these
    $1000 16
The casino went boom, but the corporation endures:
    $1000 25
Simon Rodia built the folk art towers named for this South L.A. community between 1921 & 1954
    $1000 5
"Earthy" term for one's country of origin, especially if it's Ireland

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

Dave Sally Nicholas
$800 $1,800 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Sally Nicholas
$0 $2,200 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
On James Lind's advice, in 1795 the British navy began issuing daily rations of lemon juice to prevent this disease
    $400 1
The signature appetizer at P.F. Chang's is chicken in cups of this vegetable
    $400 26
She... that's all you need, really; of roughly 4 score to hold the post, she's the only she
    $400 6
U. of Washington,
    $400 11
The city seal of Omaha features a farmer & a Native American standing on the banks of this river
    $400 16
This opposite of analog comes from the Latin for "finger"
    $800 22
Edward Jenner came up with the first successful vaccine, one that prevented this deadly disease
    $800 2
A delicious hors d'oeuvre is this French cheese, perhaps de Melun, baked in pastry
    $800 27
In 1992 he authored "With Reagan: The Inside Story"; his name isn't the plural of "mouse"
    $800 7
    $800 12
St, Anthony Falls & a suspension bridge across the Mississippi River are on this Minnesota city's seal
    $800 17
This "holy" synonym for wedlock comes from the Latin for "marriage"
    DD: $1,400 23
In 1895 he began replacing hypnosis as a form of therapy with free association
    $1200 3
This French-named type of appetizer, seen here, can feature a wide variety of toppings
    $1200 30
He became Attorney General in 2001, shortly after losing his re-election race as a senator from Missouri
    $1200 8
West Virginia,
Appalachian State
    $1200 13
You'll find a hornet's nest on a tree branch depicted on this North Carolina city's seal
    $1200 18
That's funny--the name of this arm bone is from the Latin for "shoulder"
    $1600 24
"Penicillin Man" is a book about this bacteriologist & his discovery
    $1600 4
Baba ghanoush is a dip made with this large purplish member of the nightshade family
    DD: $700 29
He's the only Attorney General ever convicted of a felony
    $1600 9
    $1600 14
This peak is depicted in the background of the seal of Portland, Oregon
    $1600 19
This word meaning to compel into military service comes partly from the Latin for "to write"
    $2000 25
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows us a diagram of the human circulatory system on the monitor.) The theory that blood circulates from the heart through the body's arteries & back to the heart through the veins was first explained by this Englishman in 1616
    $2000 5
A popular Louisiana appetizer, crawfish tails that have been shelled, battered & deep-fried are called Cajun this
    $2000 28
As Deputy A.G. 1997-2001, he made a controversial recommendation of a presidential pardon for Marc Rich
    $2000 10
University of Houston,
Washington State
    $2000 15
Approved in 1939, the seal of this city in New York State features a barge being towed through a canal
    $2000 20
Ovid used this Latin plural meaning "transformations" for a title

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Sally Nicholas
$6,100 $5,000 $12,200
(lock-tie game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In July 2011 it completed its first orbit around the Sun since its discovery in 1846

Final scores:

Dave Sally Nicholas
$12,200 $9,500 $12,200
4-day co-champion: $60,884 2nd place: $2,000 New co-champion: $12,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Sally Nicholas
$6,800 $5,000 $16,000
15 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
25 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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Game tape date: 2011-11-02
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