Show #4828 - Wednesday, September 14, 2005

David Madden game 17.


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John Shivers, a marketing interviewer from Madison, Wisconsin

Sharon Rupe, a children's museum designer from St. Petersburg, Florida

David Madden, a student originally from Ridgewood, New Jersey (whose 16-day cash winnings total $378,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the beginning of the Freedom Trail.) The first strokes of the two-&-a-half mile Freedom Trail's line were painted in 1951 at this public park that dates back to the 1630s
    $200 27
In Billy Joel's "___ Man"
    $200 18
As you might expect, the Reuters Foundation sets up training programs for those in this field
    $200 7
A 1982 play by this man is set among the Jerome family of Brighton Beach in 1937
    $200 28
The second-most reported cause of occupational injury is from this pollution caused by jackhammers & music
    $200 29
A carpet for a calico
    $400 26
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from outside the Old South Meeting House.) Here at Old South Meeting House on December 16, 1773, Samuel Adams gave a coded signal that began this protest event
    $400 12
In Wynonna's "Girls With ___"
    $400 19
In 2004 the Starbright Foundation for sick kids merged, sensibly enough, with this foundation
    $400 13
The plays of Franz Grillparzer, called this country's greatest dramatist, include "Family Strife In Hapsburg"
    $400 25
(Hi, I'm Christie Whitman.) As EPA head, I helped create a program to reduce diesel exhaust for these vehicles; children will breathe easier
    $400 24
It's what the mallard acquired when he found a 4-leaf clover
    $600 20
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from inside the Old North Church.) On April 18, 1775 North Church sexton Robert Newman climbed into the steeple to use the code famously known by this 9-word phrase
    $600 10
In Bruce Hornsby's "___ Rain"
    $600 21
In 1914 the USA's first community foundation was set up in this Ohio city, then the nation's 6th largest
    $600 14
Ralph "Mike Hammer" Meeker & John C. "Mr. Cellophane" Reilly have played this role made famous by Brando
    $600 8
The American Lung Association's list of cities with the worst particle air pollutuion is topped by 3 in this state
    $600 6
Hard-to-wash-out mark that a large wading bird left on your clothing
    $800 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands in front of the U.S.S. Constitution.) The material that gave the U.S.S. Constitution this famous nickname is live oak from Georgia
    $800 9
In Linda Ronstadt's "Different ___"
    $800 22
It was launched in 1936 with car company stock, but its $10 billion portfolio no longer includes that stock
    $800 15
Aeschylus' play named for this king, Clytemnestra's husband, opens at his palace in Argos
    $800 2
From the Greek for "heat", this type of water pollution kills fish when hot water is dumped into a lake
    $800 4
Type of paint for your dromedary
    $1000 1
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Freedom Trail.) Begun in 1795, it's the building behind me that Oliver Wendell Holmes called the "hub of the solar system"
    $1000 11
In The Byrds' "Mr. ___ Man"
    $1000 23
The breast cancer foundation named for this victim of the disease holds the "Race for the Cure"
    DD: $1,000 16
Jack Absolute & Bob Acres, both vying for Lydia Languish's hand, are the title characters of this Sheridan play
    $1000 3
TCDD is a type of this toxic industrial byproduct used in Agent Orange
    $1000 5
Someone who guides or ministers to a big spotted feline

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

David Sharon John
$3,400 -$1,400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Sharon John
$5,800 -$200 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 25
Hydroplane races & water carnivals highlight Seafair, held annually on Lake Washington near this largest Wash. city
    $400 1
An extra playing card in a deck often used as a wild card
    $400 17
On Sept. 21, 1792 the monarchy was abolished; 4 months later, this king was guillotined
    $400 14
London Street named for a 17th C. diplomat; the Prime Minister Lives on it
    $400 27
On "M*A*S*H", this character used a great wardrobe to try & get out of the Army on a Section 8
    $400 8
Grandmotherly drag is just the thing for FBI agent Martin Lawrence in this 2000 film
    $800 26
With more than 50,000 employees in Washington, this aerospace company is one of the state's largest employers
    $800 2
Neurotoxic crawler who's hard on her mates
    $800 24
German poet Max Schneckenburger was famous for his 1840 poem about a watch on this river
    $800 9
In this "of 1938" Bob Hope introduced "Thanks For The Memory"
    $1200 11
Whidbey Island is the largest of several islands in this inlet
    $1200 3
Antarctic krill-eater
    DD: $5,600 15
The Jacobins used the assassination of this editor of L'ami du Peuple as an excuse to begin the Reign of Terror
    $1200 23
He's the "big dada" whose work is seen here
    $1200 10
Paul Reubens' 2 big movies of 1985 & 1988
    $1600 4
The completion of the Grand Coulee dam in 1942 created the artificial lake named for this president
    $1600 6
Itchy cashew relative
    $1600 12
This document approved on August 27, 1789 proclaimed that "Men are born and remain free and equal in rights"
    DD: $3,000 16
The hypnotist villian in the 1894 novel "Trilby" gave us this word for one who controls another with evil intent
    $1600 22
This Vietnam vet has been head of the Veterans Administration & a senator from Georgia
    $1600 18
1989 gave us 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon as a Hollywood wannabe in this film
    $2000 5
In 1977 this former head of the Atomic Energy Commission became Washington's first woman governor
    $2000 7
His mask is in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo
    $2000 13
On June 20, 1789 assembly members took an oath at this sports venue not to separate until there was a new constitution
    $2000 20
In 1880 this British land agent in Ireland refused to lower his rents; as a result, he was isolated by protesters
    $2000 21
Best known as the friend who refused to destroy Kafka's works, he wrote a historical novel on Tycho Brahe
    $2000 19
In 1958 Gregory Peck took on Burl Ives over water rights in the Old West in this oater

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Sharon John
$17,200 $1,800 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This character studied medicine, "knowing it would be useful in long voyages"

Final scores:

David Sharon John
$13,200 $1,000 $7,600
17-day champion: $391,900 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Sharon John
$15,800 $1,800 $10,400
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
5 W
17 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $28,000

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Game tape date: 2005-07-20
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