Show #4406 - Monday, November 3, 2003

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Mary Treisbach, a marketing consultant from Norristown, Pennsylvania

Frank Amanat, an attorney from South Orange, New Jersey

Christopher Eaton, a freelance writer from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
At the museum you can see the spinal column of this 19th century presidential assassin
    $200 16
Cedco's box calendar based on this film series features over 300 characters, creatures & droids
    $200 26
This presidential candidate proposed the Peace Corps in a 2 A.M. speech to university students
    $200 11
In the early 1900s Wurlitzer built these with special sound effects to be used in movie theaters
    $200 1
This cloth sash is often worn with a tuxedo
    $200 6
Place to beard a lion:
    $400 19
Open a drawer in the museum & you can peruse the gallstones of this 20th century U.S. President & General
    $400 17
John F. Turner's calendars feature puppies, as well as Pamela Anderson & this tennis star
    $400 27
The main job of most education volunteers is teaching this subject
    $400 12
In 1951 the first electric one of these rhythm instruments, the Fender Precision, was introduced
    $400 2
Gauchos are calf-length versions of these "divided skirts"
    $400 7
Pretend to be Rumpelteazer:
    $600 20
The museum houses a large collection of these, including one used by Robert Hooke to observe cells
    $600 23
The Day Dream calendar for this WB series has a Rose on the cover--& a Holly & an Alyssa
    $600 28
The Corps closed its program in this country in 2003, but still has 150 volunteers in Ukraine & 80 in Moldova
    DD: $800 13
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents with a marching band.) This marching band instrument is named in honor of a man who wrote 136 marches
    $600 3
In the 50s it was trendy to wear this classic button-down sweater named for an Earl back to front
    $600 8
For after you make an ash of yourself:
    $800 21
A cabinet at the museum contains the skeleton of Able, one of these animals that went into space in 1959
    $800 24
Sean Ferrer has licensed the likeness of this woman, his mother, for a Browntrout calendar
    $800 29
We wonder if this TV personality helped Panamanians remodel old houses when he served in 1969-70
    $800 14
When Bill Clinton was a teenager, he played this instrument in a jazz combo called Three Blind Mice
    $800 4
These three-quarter-length pants are named for the Italian island where they were first popular
    $800 9
A long time:
    $1000 22
While he was the museum's fifth curator, this Army Major & surgeon discovered the cause of yellow fever
    $1000 25
We rate Datemaker's "Girls of" this sun lotion product a perfect "tan"
    $1000 15
(Hi, I'm Ricky Skaggs.) Bluegress music normally features banjo, fiddle & this lute-like instrument which I've been playing since the age of 5
    $1000 5
This long, loose robe has been worn as a housecoat & an evening dress
    $1000 10

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

Christopher Frank Mary
$1,000 $2,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christopher Frank Mary
-$800 $4,000 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 11
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Alaska.) Alaska's state motto is this "to the future"
    $400 21
    $400 6
Stories in the collection "In Our Time" introduced Nick Adams, this author's alter ego
    $400 16
In 2001, 2002 & 2003 Grady Lewis, who created a canvas shoe for this sport, was on the short list for its Hall of Fame
    $400 23
Plain-looking & over 30 were requirements Dorothea Dix had for appointees as these
    $400 1
Give a Brit a tinkle when you get into town & you've done this
    $800 12
Before it was Alaska's capital, Juneau developed around the discovery of this resource
    $800 22
"Sunrise, Sunset"
    $800 7
His shocking story "A Rose for Emily" is about the life & death of a southern woman
    $800 17
Jenny McCarthy & Kelly Osbourne have advertised this "sweet" brand with a sexy image
    $800 24
Anson Stager, General Superintendant of this company, was made head of the U.S. Military Telegraph Corps
    $800 2
The Brits use this more colorful spelling of airplane
    $1200 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Alaska.) Alaska was once jeeringly called this Secretary of State's "icebox"
    $1200 26
"June Is Bustin' Out All Over"
    $1200 8
It begins, "As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning... he found himself transformed into... a gigantic insect"
    $1200 18
This cartoon superhero's secret identity was Shoe Shine Boy, even though he wasn't a boy
    $1200 25
David Farragut was in this bay when he said, "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead"
    $1200 3
It's a hat, or the person who throws the ball to a batsman in cricket
    $1600 14
Made a national park in 1980, it encompasses over 3 million acres of icy wonder in southeastern Alaska
    DD: $700 30
"Colonel Buffalo Bill"
    $1600 9
Edward Albee adapted her story "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe" for the stage
    DD: $3,000 19
During his 1928 coronation, this ruler stood on foot-high getas
    $1600 29
The Democrats' candidate in 1864, this General denounced the party plank, saying the war was a failure
    $1600 4
We use ad as an abbreviation; the British informally use this slightly longer word
    $2000 15
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Alaska.) When Russia held Alaska, this house was the center of a diocese of this church, stretching to Siberia
    $2000 27
"Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man"
    $2000 10
"The Dead" is the last story in this collection by James Joyce
    $2000 20
And finally, it's a form in the shape of a foot, used by cobblers in making shoes
    $2000 28
Contrary to Whittier's poem, Mary Quantrill, not this title woman, waved the Union flag at Southern troops
    $2000 5
A person who looks after others, like a bodyguard or a babysitter; John Nash would be a beautiful one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christopher Frank Mary
$10,200 $13,500 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This person after whom a candy bar may have been named was part of a family on an 1892 Election Day souvenir medal

Final scores:

Christopher Frank Mary
$0 $6,599 $12,400
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $12,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Christopher Frank Mary
$8,800 $14,200 $6,200
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
16 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $29,200

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Game tape date: 2003-08-20
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