Show #6816 - Monday, April 14, 2014

Sandie Baker game 4.


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Devin Baker, a government secretary from Cincinnati, Ohio

Chrissy Swisher, a librarian from Glendale, Colorado

Sandie Baker, a translation coordinator from Eastpointe, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $68,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
In British croquet, a player gets one extra stroke for putting a ball through a wicket & 2 extra strokes for doing this
    $200 1
These are especially lucky if hung above your door with the 2 ends up & attached by 7 iron nails
    $200 2
Poems that praise God
    $200 21
Don't do this, be the one complainer, messing things up for everyone--the whole canoe could tip over
    $200 16
It gets a touch warm at Turner Field in this city in July, when the average temperature is 89 degrees
    $200 4
In a kids' rhyme, Fuzzy Wuzzy was a hairless one of these animals
    $400 30
Founded in 1868, the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club is best known as the site of this event, not croquet
    $400 8
Its leaves are said to symbolize faith, hope, love & luck
    $400 3
Ibzan of Bethlehem & Tola the son of Puah were 2 of these just leaders
    $400 22
Cliche-wise, a micromanager tends to do this to "the details" or "the small stuff"
    $400 17
The main base of the U.S. Navy's Pacific fleet is at this temperate California city not far from the Mexican border
    $400 5
Panasonic & Zojirushi make cookers of this grain that employ fuzzy logic
    $600 29
Alice's wonderland croquet game ends early as this character keeps ordering "off with" the heads of other players
    $600 9
In Asia these insects are said to bring good luck; owners sometimes tickle them with rabbit whiskers to make them "sing"
    DD: $1,000 13
This epistle says, "a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law"
    $600 23
Got a lot of something? Sounds like a river journey--up the ying-yang or up this other 5-letter word
    $600 18
Because it's located near the equator, Mombasa in this country enjoys good weather all year
    $600 6
He's the pro seen here
    $800 27
A ball that has gone through all the wickets & is free to hit the final stake is called this, like a Mars lander
    $800 11
Tortoises are considered a longevity symbol in this Chinese system of positioning objects
    $800 14
Yeshayahu is the Hebrew name of this prophet
    $800 24
This means a major issue that no one wants to address; watch out for the tusks
    $800 19
The "Love" part of the memoir "Eat, Pray, Love" is set on this balmy Indonesian island
    $800 7
This potent potable is made of equal parts orange juice & peach schnapps
    $1000 28
In the movie "Heathers", Christian Slater & this actress play the rarely seen game of strip croquet
    $1000 12
Many Catholic motorists hang a medal of this patron saint of travelers on the rear-view mirror
    $1000 15
Purim celebrates her rescue of her people from a massacre
    $1000 25
This ancient poet "sometimes nods" means even the best of us slips up
    $1000 20
Shoe designer Manolo Blahnik was born in these Spanish islands in the Atlantic that enjoy year-round springlike temps
    $1000 10
Sally hansen has a "Fuzzy Coat" line of these; colors include Wool Lite & All Yarned Up

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

Sandie Chrissy Devin
$5,600 $1,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sandie Chrissy Devin
$6,600 $3,200 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
"Where have you gone?" -- this ball player seen here
announcing his retirement in 1951
    $400 1
Process of removal from office covered in Article I, Section 3 of the Constitution
    $400 6
Need to see the Treaty of Ghent? Go online to the "National" these, whose full name includes "Records Administration"
    $400 20
C'mon, baby, he was the undisputed "King of the Twist"
    $400 16
Of the 5 permanent member nations of the U.N. Security Council, the one with the largest population
    $400 26
In 1676 Ole Roemer found this has a fixed speed & said it crosses Earth's 180-million-mile orbit in 22 minutes
    $800 8
When he was born in 1914, there was no polio vaccine, not until he developed it in the 1950s
    $800 2
Portable calendar of appointments
    $800 9
Henry Louis Gates Jr. co-edited a biographical dictionary of this continent, a 2013 ALA Outstanding Reference Source
    $800 22
Wax up your board! dick dale is the "King of" this kind of guitar
    $800 17
The Olympic modern pentathlon is riding, running, swimming, shooting & duels in this sport
    $800 27
Experimenting with coal tar in the 1870s, Constantin Fahlberg accidentally discovered this sugar substitute
    $1200 13
This Norwegian was 32 when he & a crew made a rafting trip from Peru to polynesia
    $1200 3
Elevated or lofty, like that "Santeria" band
    $1200 10
"Discover the expert in you" on cooking, crafts, etc. at eThis
    $1200 23
Day-o! harry belafonte is "The King of" this Caribbean music
    $1200 18
Students of first aid learn the 5 types of wounds are abrasion, cut, laceration, puncture & this; it's just a...
    DD: $2,000 28
This protective layer of the stratosphere was discovered by Charles Fabry in 1913
    DD: $3,000 14
Born in Swansea, Wales, he went somewhat gentle into that good night in 1953
    $1600 4
A product invented by the mind; you can have one "of your imagination"
    $1600 11
This dictionary, still around, was spun off from a magazine of U.S. history that stopped printing in 2012
    $1600 24
Benny Goodman was the "King of Swing" & country's bob wills was the "King of" this type of "Swing"
    $1600 19
In taxonomy the traditional 5 of these divisions are plants, animals, fungi, protists & bacteria
    $2000 15
The force was with this future thespian when he was born in London in April 1914
    $2000 5
To struggle with someone in hand-to-hand combat
    $2000 12
2013's DSM-5 is the long awaited latest manual of mental disorders from the APA, this medical "Association"
    $2000 25
With songs like "Moonshine Hollow", Jimmy Martin was "The King of" this unamplified music style
    $2000 21
The 5 classes of taste include this Japanese-named one that a dish of beef with soy sauce has lots of

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sandie Chrissy Devin
$26,800 $4,400 $9,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Meant to evoke a person with arms outstretched & pointed downward, it was designed in 1958 by Gerald Holtom

Final scores:

Sandie Chrissy Devin
$26,600 $0 $8,800
4-day champion: $95,200 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sandie Chrissy Devin
$24,200 $4,400 $9,800
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
2 W
17 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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Game tape date: 2014-01-14
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