Show #4679 - Thursday, December 30, 2004


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Maura Gatowski, a technology manager from Beverly Hills, Michigan

Doug Esker, an engineer from Saint Marys, Pennsylvania

Eric Schwendeman, a bookseller from Columbus, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1925 this American anthropologist first visited Samoa; she wrote a book about it 3 years later
    $200 1
This guy "knew that the sun was out that day, so he said, 'let's run and have some fun now before I melt away'"
    $200 8
You could be giving someone the ol' 1-2 with a left hook & an uppercut in this "sweet science"
    $200 17
    $200 26
To join England's venerable Carlton Club, Margaret Thatcher had to be made an honorary one of these
    $200 16
It's the practice of pairing swimmers, with each responsible for the other's safety
    $400 3
In 1909, after 7 years with the Swiss Patent Office, he became a professor at the University of Zurich
    $400 7
Title that follows "the fire is slowly dying, and, my dear, we're still goodbye-ing, but as long as you love me so..."
    $400 9
As Ernestine, it's what Lily Tomlin usually said before she reached the party to whom she was speaking
    $400 18
    $400 27
For many years, Henny Youngman received much of his fan mail at this comedy "club" found on NYC's East 55th Street
    $400 20
In 1873 3 adjoining cities united with Margaret Island to form this city, now a world capital
    $600 4
In the 1870s this French chemist demonstrated that anthrax was caused by a particular bacillus
    $600 13
He "looked out on the feast of Stephen, when the snow lay round about, deep and crisp and even"
    $600 10
The poem that begins with this line includes "11, 12 dig and delve"
    $600 19
The United Arab Emirates,
The United Kingdom,
The Federated States of Micronesia
    $600 28
It's the "happy" name for a group of college singers who perform short pieces of choral music
    $600 21
An 1876 Montana battle between the U.S. Army & the Sioux, or the last word "Citizen Kane" utters before dying
    DD: $500 5
In the 1930s this California transplant posthumously received plant patents No. 12-16
    $800 14
"In the lane snow is glistening, a beautiful sight, we're happy tonight" in this place
    $800 11
The Lennon Sisters are featured on his album "A-One A-Two"
    $800 24
South Africa,
    $800 29
The Baum Bugle is the newsletter of the international club for fans of this tale
    $800 22
He preached his first sermon to 5 disciples in a park near the holy city of Varanasi
    $1000 6
The "Hans"-on work of this biochemist born in 1900 unraveled the mystery of the citric acid cycle
    $1000 15
In "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "please have" these 2 rhyming items "and presents on the tree"
    $1000 12
At the 2002 Winter Olympics, with Kati Wilhelm & Uschi Disl this country took 1 & 2 in the women's 7.5K biathlon
    $1000 25
    $1000 30
Founded in 1795, this Harvard club is famed for its theatricals
    $1000 23
His name precedes "Foretopman" in the title of a 19th century novel

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

Eric Doug Maura
$3,900 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Doug Maura
$7,500 $3,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
In 1965 aeronautical engineer Owen MacLaren made a folding aluminum one of these for his parents
    $400 1
Richard Harris & Michael Gambon: this wizard at Harry Potter's school
    $400 21
In this work, the Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale is revealed as the father of Hester Prynne's daughter Pearl
    $400 16
"Caustic" is related to this murderous term, subject of a U.S. Memorial Museum
    $400 8
He is the groundbreaking second baseman seen here in 1946
    $400 6
Treasures of the Havana City Museum include a throne room built for the king of this country, but never used
    $800 27
Henry Dreyfuss' "300" of 1937 was one of these with the mouthpiece and earpiece in a single bakelite shell
    $800 2
Brian Cox & Anthony Hopkins: this movie villain
    $800 22
The archvillainous archdeacon Claude Frollo plots his schemes in this work
    $800 17
One who's loquacious or eloquent can't resist making one of these monologues when he's alone
    $800 9
Mount Rushmore was finished during this president's administration
    DD: $4,500 7
In operation since 1845, Havana's Casa del Habaño employs 500 people 6 days a week making these
    $1200 28
In 1972 this company introduced the SX-70, its first SLR model
    $1200 3
Cary Grant & Kevin Kline: this American songwriter
    $1200 23
Minister Gruffydd is a central character in this inspiring 1939 novel about Welsh coal miners
    DD: $2,500 18
Impeccable means without flaws (originally, sins); this word is a slight flaw (or sin)
    $1200 10
There's a circus collection in the Sarasota Museum of Art named for this man
    $1200 13
Havana sites associated with him include Hotel Ambos Mundos (where he wrote) & La Bodeguita (where he drank)
    $1600 29
Popular in the 1960s, this brand made a comeback in 2001
    $1600 4
Vanessa Redgrave & Keira Knightley: this queen
    $1600 24
The old priest Stephen Kumalo seeks his son in the urban sprawl of Johannesburg in this "Beloved" Alan Paton novel
    $1600 19
This term for a servant or follower has the same French origin as a type of filet
    $1600 11
This man hosts "Meet the Press", the USA's longest-running TV show
    $1600 14
Until Castro's 1959 victory, what's now the Museum of the Revolution served as this man's presidential palace
    $2000 30
Quick, raise a cup to Achille Gaggia, who created a domestic machine to make this in the late 1940s
    $2000 5
Anthony Hopkins & Dan Hedaya: this political figure
    $2000 25
Kiril Lakota is the Russian priest who is elevated to Pope in this 1963 Morris West novel
    $2000 20
If you're lucky, your remuneration will be this, an adjective from the same Latin root
    $2000 12
He helped overthrow Marcos & was later president of the Philippines himself
    $2000 15
A 450' monument to this Cuban poet & "Father of the Nation" stands in Havana's Havana's Revolution Square

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Doug Maura
$14,800 $16,100 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the first vice president to cast zero tiebreaking votes in his capacity as president of the Senate

Final scores:

Eric Doug Maura
$1 $2,599 $6,200
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $6,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eric Doug Maura
$14,000 $12,400 $6,200
21 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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Game tape date: 2004-11-02
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