Show #4833 - Wednesday, September 21, 2005


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Carol Hager, a high school librarian from Peoria, Arizona

Mike Leger, an air quality consultant from Bridgewater, New Jersey

Ray Freson, a retired advertising executive from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 28
Edmund Randolph helped draft & ratify the Constitution before becoming this man's Attorney General
    $200 21
The Boston Red Sox won the 2004 World Series in 4 straight games, finally exorcising this man's "curse"
    $200 5
Also a Lone Star State lottery game, it's a numerical country dance
    $200 10
Eskimo boat
    $200 16
Born on Oct. 31, 1887 in the Zhejiang Province, he'd Taiwan-on in 1949
    $200 1
A Louisiana man put $20 on a Circle-K counter, asked for change, then robbed the place for $15; he forgot about this
    $400 26
A relative of Napoleon, Charles Bonaparte served as Navy Secretary in 1905 & later as Attorney General for this president
    $400 22
"Say Hey"! This Giants outfielder's catch of a Vic Wertz drive was a highlight of the 1954 World Series
    $400 6
About 250 of these 2-named Western U.S. vultures survive in the world, most in captivity
    $400 11
A failed munition
    DD: $1,000 17
Born on March 18, 1869 in Birmingham, England, he appeased away 71 years later
    $400 2
A teen involved in a previous fireworks mishap tried to light gunpowder with this 9-letter metalworking aid
    $600 27
This man appointed Harry Daugherty, who'd helped him become lt. gov. of Ohio & a U.S. senator as well as president
    $600 23
In game one of the 1968 Series, this Cardinals pitcher struck out a record 17 Tigers
    $600 7
An American breed of chickens having dark reddish-brown feathers & producing brown eggs
    $600 12
A title for an important Islamic leader; Khan you dig it?
    $600 18
No truth to the rumor this Soviet leader's eyebrows added 5 lbs. to his Dec. 19, 1906 birth
    $600 3
A man from this "Nutmeg State" ended a chase by ducking into a high-security prison, thinking it was a mall
    $800 29
A.G. Roger Taney wrote this president's speech announcing the veto of the bill renewing the Bank of the U.S.
    $800 24
This outfielder was named World Series MVP twice: with the Oakland A's in 1973 & with the Yankees in 1977
    $800 8
"Yes, I lost my little darlin' the night they were playing" this beautiful state song
    $800 13
Muscle "cuff" that permits free shoulder movement
    $800 19
He made his very first exploration into the cold world on July 16, 1872 in Borge, near Oslo, Norway
    $800 4
Explosive habit! A W.V. man lit a cigarette in an outhouse but forgot about the presence of this, aka marsh gas
    $1000 25
This Yankee catcher hit the 1st pinch-hit home run in Series history in '47; he hit 11 more homers in his Series career
    $1000 9
1854's Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed this
    $1000 14
Enemy of God in Ezekiel & Revelation
    $1000 20
This painter was nude descending into the world on July 28, 1887 in Blainville, France
    $1000 15
In '02 a boy in this westernmost cont. European country refused his soup until Mom let him play with a gun; yes, she survived

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

Ray Mike Carol
$2,400 $1,800 -$2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ray Mike Carol
$4,000 $2,400 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
A tear in this light-receptive layer at the back of the eye can cause it to detach from the underlying tissue
    $400 3
Agent J,
Agent K,
Chief Zed
    $400 1
In Act I her nurse & mother discuss her upcoming 14th birthday
    $400 25
This funny man & movie Santa Claus titled one of his books of musings "Don't Stand Too Close to a Naked Man"
    $400 21
This mountain has additional named peaks that exceed 24,000 feet, including Lhotse & Changtse
    $400 16
In 1891 African-American jockey Isaac Murphy became the first man to win this horse race 3 times
    $800 5
A lack of iodine in the diet can cause a goiter, which is an enlargement of this gland that's just below the larynx
    $800 4
    DD: $800 12
She says of her husband, "His unkindness may defeat my life, but never taint my love" (She was right)
    $800 30
Flash back to this event in 1974 where the famous photo seen here was taken
    $800 22
The name of Mexico's Popocatepetl means "smoking mountain" in the language of this people
    $800 17
From a Chinese word meaning "skill", it's an ancient style of weaponless combat
    $1200 6
An angiogram may reveal one of these bulges in the wall of a blood vessel
    $1200 8
Paul Crewe,
Warden Hazen,
    $1200 13
The Duke of Albany & the Duke of Cornwall are the husbands of these 2 sisters
    $1200 29
When Adam & Eve realized they were naked, they sewed these together to make aprons
    DD: $2,600 23
The name of this sacred mountain is said to be derived from the Ainu word for "fire"
    $1200 18
For more than 1,000 years, this city served as the seat of Japan's imperial court
    $1600 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the top secret Jeopardy! science lab.) It's the 11-letter adjective for this type of medical application; the first approved use was for motion sickness
    $1600 9
The Waco Kid,
Hedley Lamarr,
    $1600 14
Hurry up & name this character who makes bawdy puns during a Latin lesson in "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
    $1600 27
Taken by this woman, the last portrait of John Lennon shows him nude on a bed with a fully clothed Yoko Ono
    $1600 24
Canada's 10 highest mountains lie totally or partly in this territory
    $1600 19
This melancholic philosopher & author of "Fear & Trembling" was a frail hunchback born in Denmark in 1813
    $2000 11
In a severe case, this lateral curvature of the spine can cause a 90-degree displacement of the pelvis
    $2000 10
& Annie Kinsella,
Moonlight Graham
    $2000 15
She's the younger sister in "The Taming of the Shrew"
    $2000 28
Many speculate that the model for Goya's "The Naked Maja" was the duchess of this
    $2000 26
Although it stands almost on the equator, this second-highest African peak is capped by 12 glaciers
    $2000 20
A famous book of medieval illuminated manuscripts bears the name of this town in Ireland's County Meath

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ray Mike Carol
$9,200 $16,400 $15,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

His great-granddad wrote the best-seller "White Rose of Memphis", a city 40 miles north of the county in which he was raised

Final scores:

Ray Mike Carol
$18,200 $30,801 $21,074
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $30,801 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ray Mike Carol
$9,200 $16,400 $13,400
11 R,
2 W
19 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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Game tape date: 2005-07-21
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