Show #4428 - Wednesday, December 3, 2003

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Lillie Salsberry, a librarian from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Tom Parker, a documentary filmmaker from Providence, Rhode Island

Robert Morgan, a high school teacher from San Juan Capistrano, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

'70s HITS
    $200 1
This federal fort was still under construction when attacked by the Confederacy on April 12, 1861
    $200 6
Jim Croce sang that this Chicago gambler was "badder than old King Kong and meaner than a junkyard dog"
    $200 26
U.S. coin with a value of 2 bits
    $200 21
The amount by which budget expenditures exceed income
    $200 16
There are at least 101 reasons for you to name this dog breed
    $200 8
The first of these thermonuclear bombs was exploded on the Pacific's Eniwetok Atoll on May 8, 1951
    DD: $1,000 2
It was the largest as well as the westernmost Confederate state
    $400 7
Rod Stewart donated all his royalties from this "sexy" 1978 No. 1 hit to UNICEF
    $400 27
In 1946 Peter Paul introduced this 2-piece candy bar that people are still nuts over today
    $400 22
An attack on someone's good name, character or reputation
    $400 17
Back away if the tail of this predator is in your sight
    $400 9
It's the Pacific island that's home to the world's largest active volcano
    $600 3
In July 1863 Union General George Meade defeated Robert E. Lee at this battle
    $600 13
In 1977 he remade Jimmy Jones' 1960 hit "Handy Man" & handily won a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance
    $600 28
It's the most recent year represented by just 2 Roman numerals
    $600 23
Chemicals used in warfare to strip trees & plants of their leaves
    $600 18
Part of the plumage sported by this bird is seen here
    $600 10
It's possible Gauguin learned to dance the Tamure, the national dance of this French Polynesian island
    $800 4
On August 5, 1864 this Rear Admiral attacked Forts Morgan & Gaines, which guarded the entrance to Mobile Bay
    $800 14
Her "Killing Me Softly With His Song" topped the Hot 100 chart for 5 weeks, the longest of any song in 1973
    $800 29
Back in the 16th century, Robert Recorde used 2 short lines, one above the other, to create this sign
    $800 24
A machine that delivers a controlled electric shock to the heart
    $800 19
The tail of one of these armored vegetarians is seen here
    $800 11
This island near Chile is believed to be the farthest east that Asians were able to settle in the Pacific
    $1000 5
The Battles of Bull Run were known by this name in the Confederacy
    $1000 15
Nick Gilder's only Top 40 hit was this "hot" song of 1978
    $1000 30
The President of France & Spain's Bishop of Urgel are the 2 heads of state of this principality
    $1000 25
Fidei Defensor in Latin, this title was first bestowed on British monarchs in 1521
    $1000 20
The tail fin seen here is from this popular make of car
    $1000 12
Islands of the South Pacific are divided into Micronesia, Polynesia & this group meaning "black islands"

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

Robert Tom Lillie
$3,400 $800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Tom Lillie
$5,800 $5,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

1880s LIT
    $400 18
Mom, you're gonna give me this, a group of associated ideas, like the Oedipus one
    $400 16
He put on his "top hat" & flew down to D.C., not Rio, in 1978 to pick up his award, as did George Balanchine
    $400 1
February 7, 1999 in Amman, Jordan
    $400 6
This organization was founded in 1909 by activists who had initially called themselves the National Negro Committee
    $400 11
In 1883 Twain published "Life on the Mississippi" & in 1884 this novel about life on the Mississippi
    $400 25
Someone you know only slightly is a "nodding" one
    $800 19
The image of this man, born in Switzerland in 1875, has entered our collective unconscious
    $800 17
"Yes, I can" name this dancer, singer, entertainer, Mr. Wonderful, 1987 honoree
    $800 2
August 22, 1485
Bosworth, England
    $800 7
Guinness called his December 1999 concert at Liverpool's Cavern Club the biggest Internet concert ever
    $800 12
The title character of this children's classic is taken to Frankfurt but pines for the Alps
    $800 26
Term for simultaneously talking on the phone, working on your computer, cleaning your gun, etc
    $1200 20
About 40% of schizophrenics belong to this subtype having delusions of persecution
    $1200 23
He kicked back with his award in 1982, 2 years after starring in "Xanadu"
    $1200 3
January 23, 1516 in Madrigalejo, Spain
    $1200 8
A law discovered by Galileo let Christian Huygens in 1656 make an accurate clock using one of these
    $1200 13
This sonneteer to the Statue of Liberty also published "Songs of a Semite"
    DD: $1,000 27
This word meaning "vast or enormous" contains a prefix meaning "star"
    $1600 21
From the Latin angere, "to torment", it's defined as the anticipation of danger or problems
    $1600 24
When born in Riga back in 1948, this ballet star probably never figured he'd turn out to be a 2000 honoree
    DD: $1,000 4
4 B.C. in Jericho, Judea
    $1600 9
The word "textile" is derived from a Latin word that means to do this
    $1600 14
This Cuban poet & martyr lived in New York most of the decade & wrote essays on Emerson & Whitman
    $1600 29
It's the term for the absorption of a minority group into the surrounding culture
    $2000 22
Leon Festinger said people who smoke knowing it's not healthy experience "cognitive" this
    $2000 30
This prima ballerina of Native American descent was a 1996 honoree
    $2000 5
June 7, 1329
Dunbartonshire, Scotland
    $2000 10
The 4 rings in this company's logo represent the 4 companies of the Auto-Union Consortium of 1932
    $2000 15
His novel "La Terre" portrayed peasants as so crude & vile that his former disciples rejected him
    $2000 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents the clue from Alaska.) Some scientists think we're in this 12-letter type of period between ice ages, & even fear global warming

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Tom Lillie
$5,400 $4,200 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1908 he turned the techniques he used to train army troops into a manual for training small groups of boys

Final scores:

Robert Tom Lillie
$1,200 $100 $2,700
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $2,700

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robert Tom Lillie
$6,800 $4,200 $3,600
23 R
(including 1 DD),
9 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
4 W
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,600

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Game tape date: 2003-09-03
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