Show #4387 - Tuesday, October 7, 2003

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Alison Haertjens, a human resources system specialist originally from Readington, New Jersey

Jeremy Harmon, a travel accountant originally from Muncie, Indiana

Amy Carruthers, a homemaker from Culver, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,375)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
This giant of automaking introduces his namesake automobile company
    $200 26
Bobby Jones helped pick out the plants for each hole of this golf course, home of The Masters & the green jacket
    $200 16
The ancient Egyptians called this metal "the flesh of the gods" & made quite a lot of jewelry out of it
    $200 9
Wilde said, "Only dull people are brilliant at " this meal
    $200 6
To cool cats, daddy-o, it's the opposite of hip
    $200 1
    $400 22
This President creates the Department of Commerce & Labor
    $400 27
This golf course near Carmel, California has been called the "greatest meeting of land, sea and sky"
    $400 17
Fashion passion famously common to Catherine Parr & Imelda Marcos
    $400 10
The character of Bunthorne in their operetta "Patience" is said to be partly modeled on Oscar Wilde
    $400 7
The word chevron includes this letter, the shape of a chevron
    $400 2
    DD: $1,000 23
This man becomes head of the Bolsheviks at a summer socialist symposium in London
    $600 28
A private course in Galena, Ohio is named this, 3 under par on a hole
    $600 18
In 1907 Sarah Bernhardt bought her own theater & banned the audience from wearing these
    $600 11
"Each man" does this to "the thing he loves"
    $600 8
The wire running up the side of your notebook is in this shape
    $600 3
    $800 24
With U.S. support, this nation declares its independence from Colombia
    $800 29
The old course at these links, the famed "Home of Golf", is more than 600 years old
    $800 19
In the 18th century Josef Stasser invented a type of these fake diamonds that were named for a local river
    $800 13
You can't handle this one; Oscar wrote that it "is rarely pure, and never simple"
    $800 12
A convex hemisphere; there's one "of the rock" in Jerusalem
    $800 4
    $1000 25
Leo XIII dies & is replaced with the tenth Pope to bear this Papal name
    $1000 30
Jack Nicklaus was a course consultant of Harbour Town Golf Links, on this South Carolina resort island
    $1000 20
This famous British fashion fop of the early 19th century took a reported 3 hours just to tie his cravat right
    $1000 14
Wilde punned, "Moderation is a fatal thing ... nothing succeeds like" this
    $1000 15
This London underground "tube" line will take you from Tower Hill 14 miles back to Tower Hill
    $1000 5

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

Amy Jeremy Alison
$3,200 $2,400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Jeremy Alison
$5,200 $600 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
When a local business bought the Cardinals in 1953, Sportsman's Park was renamed this stadium
    $400 12
The popularity of this talking "Toy Story" astronaut reached "infinity and beyond"
    $400 22
The word Easter may come from "Eostre", the name of an Anglo-Saxon goddess of this season
    $400 11
The holder of this title of Devonshire welcomes tourists to his stately home, Chatsworth
    $400 1
A televised gathering in which people of a particular area ask questions of candidates or speakers
    $400 6
"Sing-along" showings of this film encourage audiences to hiss the baroness & boo the Nazis
    $800 18
The fire hydrants are green, white & red in The Hill, a neighborhood associated with this ethnic group
    $800 13
Miniland USA, seen here, is a toyland. It was built with 20 million of these
    $800 23
Originally native to the Ryukyu Islands of Japan, the Easter type of this plant is a symbol of resurrection
    $800 27
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the California Science Center's Titanic Artifact Exhibit.) The richest man on the Titanic was John Jacob IV of this family, the builder of a New York City hotel; he didn't survive
    $800 2
Father Flanagan founded it in 1917
    $800 7
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from Lumaha'i Beach on Kauai.) Lumaha'i Beach here in Kauai is where Mitzi Gaynor washed that man right out of her hair in this classic musical
    $1200 19
In 1817 an era began as the Zebulon M. Pike became the first of these to dock at St. Louis
    $1200 14
Turn both knobs in the same direction at the same speed to draw a diagonal line with this toy
    $1200 24
Easter Island is located 2,300 miles away from this nation to which it belongs
    $1200 28
Born on this island, Giuseppe di Lampedusa chronicled its declining aristocracy in "The Leopard"
    $1200 3
This port city is located about 100 miles from the southernmost tip of Africa
    $1200 8
"You're The One That I Want" was written for this movie musical based on a long-running stage show
    DD: $1,400 20
Originally, it cost the U.S. $15 million; the 1904 St. Louis Expo celebrating it turned a profit of twice that
    $1600 15
Plug translucent colored pegs into a black board to create illuminated images with this rhyming-named toy
    $1600 25
The Easter Rising was an armed rebellion against British rule in this country in 1916
    $1600 29
In 1938, Brenda Frazier was the talk of society as this type of beginner
    $1600 4
Hear ye! Hear ye! Until newspapers came into wide use, 18th century townsfolk got their news from this person
    $1600 9
This 2001 film fulfilled Ewan McGregor's lifelong desire to sing & dance in a movie
    $2000 21
When Joseph Pulitzer joined the St. Louis Walk of Fame, a former editor of this paper he founded accepted for him
    $2000 16
The second half of a place name in Minnesota is the source of the name of this toy truck brand
    $2000 26
One of this man's fabulous Easter creations is seen here
    DD: $2,000 30
This synonym for all the British nobility follows "Debrett's" in a series of books dating from 1769
    $2000 5
This play centers on the Gibbs & Webb families
    $2000 10
"High Society" was a musical version of this film that starred Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart & Katharine Hepburn

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Jeremy Alison
$12,400 $13,000 $3,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's where Sergei Zalyotin switched off the lights on June 15, 2000

Final scores:

Amy Jeremy Alison
$24,750 $24,801 $3,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,801 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Jeremy Alison
$12,400 $13,000 $7,600
15 R,
1 W
18 R,
6 W
16 R,
8 W
(including 3 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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Game tape date: 2003-07-30
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