Show #5090 - Friday, October 27, 2006

Chris Mazurek game 2.

Contestants

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Joan Nelson, a youth minister from Richmond, Virginia

Gillian Chan, a teen novelist from Dundas, Ontario, Canada

Chris Mazurek, an assistant professor from Columbia, Missouri (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S.A.
20th CENTURY SPORTS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
THE POETRY OF LOVE
GAMES IN OTHER WORDS
BABEL-ING ON
    $200 6
Massachusetts' state rock is the Roxbury puddingstone; its state historical rock is this celebrated stone
    $200 16
In 1981 Frenchman Thierry Vigneron became the first to clear 19 feet in this track & field event
    $200 26
In the song "Winter Wonderland", these "ring, are you listening"
    $200 11
She asked, "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways"
    $200 1
Exclusive control of a market
    $200 21
Zusatzlich, zusatzlich, read all about it! Translated from German, zusatzlich means this! in English
    $400 7
You might want to wear your mackinaw to cross the Mackinac bridge in this state
    $400 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Ping Hdqtrs in Phoenix, AZ.) In 1990, Karsten Solheim, founder of Ping Golf, created the Solheim Cup for women; as in the Ryder Cup, these are the 2 teams
    $400 27
This long-necked lute of India is played with a plectrum
    $400 12
This biblical "song" waxes poetic with lines like "As a lily among brambles, so is my love among maidens"
    $400 2
The USS Arizona, for one
    $400 22
Pessimistic Spaniards see the vaso, this, as half empty
    $600 8
If you're leaving Normal, you're leaving a university town near Bloomington in this "Prairie State"
    $600 18
Yes! It was this thoroughbred that won the Triple Crown in 1978
    $600 28
This is a term for any musical instrument with a keyboard, including "The Well-Tempered" one
    $600 13
"My luve is like a red, red rose, that's newly sprung in June", once swooned this poetic Scot
    DD: $1,000 3
Hint
(4)
    $600 23
When you want to show deliberate indifference in Greece, throw 'em a cold omos, this body part
    $800 9
On clear days, Seattleites are fond of saying, "The mountain is out", meaning this mountain
    $800 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Yankee Stadium.) On June 22, 1938, in a famous rematch here at Yankee Stadium, Joe Louis KO'd this German heavyweight in the first round
    $800 29
Ricola ads have featured this Swiss horn
    $800 14
Not often thought of as wild, she wrote, "Wild nights! Were I with thee, wild nights should be our luxury!"
    $800 4
Whirlwind
    $800 24
Volare, wo oh! It's Italian meaning to do this
    $1000 10
The Great Falls of the Passaic are a sight to be seen in this state
    $1000 20
This 1972 newsmaker became the "King of Amateur Swimming"
    $1000 30
Anton Karas' music for the movie "The Third Man" was played on this stringed instrument of Austria
    $1000 15
"Love conquers all things; let us too surrender to love", wrote this epic poet around 39 B.C. in ancient Rome
    $1000 5
Biography
    $1000 25
It's how you'd say "thank you very much" in Japanese, especially to Mr. Roboto

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

Chris Gillian Joan
$3,800 $800 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Gillian Joan
$6,400 $1,400 $8,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ROCK OF AGES
A MIGHTY FORTRESS
ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS
HOW GREAT THOU ART
NEARER MY "COD" TO THEE
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with those three letters.)
HYMNS & HERS
    $400 11
Here's a changeup; the 3 classes of rock are igneous, sedimentary & this
    $400 6
This British fortress includes Bloody Tower, Wakefield Tower & Devereux Tower
    $400 1
Of Houis, Douis, or Louis, the royal leader of the Eighth Crusade
    $400 16
A Pittsburgh museum devoted to this pop artist/publisher is the largest single-artist museum in the U.S.
    $400 21
To cook an egg gently, or to be overprotective of someone
    $400 26
On a 1972 record she sings "What a friend we have in Jesus"; Rev. C.L. Franklin, her dad, is on the album too
    $800 12
The name of this hard stone, a form of silica resembling chalcedony, can also be found on maps of Michigan
    $800 7
Built between 1585 & 1593, Belyi Gorod helped defend this world capital
    $800 2
These family emblems go back to the Crusaders' robes, which were emblazoned with heraldic symbols
    $800 17
"Christina's World" came about when he saw his crippled neighbor Christina Olson in a field
    $800 22
A man of advanced years who is seen as slightly eccentric or amusing
    $800 27
"How sweet the sound" of Meryl Streep singing this hymn on the soundtrack to the film "Silkwood"
    $1200 13
Give me a Z! One crystal of this 6-letter mineral was found in sandstone formed in Australia about 4.4 bil. years ago
    $1200 8
You can find Canada's oldest fort, Fort Anne, at Annapolis Royal in this maritime province
    $1200 3
Jaufre Rudel was a crusading one of these performers, aka minstrels, like Manrico in an opera title
    $1200 18
He was quoted as saying, "I like to make explosions into elaborate beautiful forms... what they become in a comic strip"
    DD: $3,400 23
Rich in vitamins A & D, this notoriously bad-tasting substance is often used as a food supplement
    $1200 28
In 2005, this "First Lady of Contemporary Christian Music" gave us "Rock of Ages... Hymns & Faith"
    $1600 14
The Rock of Gibraltar is made up mostly of this rock that's generally composed of calcium carbonate
    $1600 9
"Fortress" in Hebrew, these ruins excavated by Yigael Yadin in the 1960s are today an Israeli shrine
    $1600 4
The 7th Crusade began in 1248, 4 years after the Muslim recapture of this city, but it was all but over for the Europeans
    $1600 19
This Iowan's "Daughters of Revolution" was a stab at what he thought was the smugness of the D.A.R. & others
    $1600 24
To arrange laws or rules into an organized system
    $1600 29
Alicia Keys is featured on the Gospel-tinged title tune of this 2006 Josh Lucas film about a 1960s basketball team
    $2000 15
Also starting with "MA", this is a big element in the rocks that make up the Earth's mantle
    DD: $1,000 10
Heinrich Schliemann found this place after digging on a mound called Hissarlik, "place of fortresses"
    $2000 5
This "hermit" was a leader of the First Crusade & preached its cause throughout Europe
    $2000 20
This "mama's boy" answered the art critics in his 1890 book "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies"
    $2000 25
At times unhealthy, it's a relationship based on mutual need
    $2000 30
Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey wrote "Peace In The Valley" with this contralto, the Gospel Queen, in mind

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Gillian Joan
$20,000 $9,400 $12,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NAMES ON THE MAP
2 new place names on the map in 1924, both honoring the same man, were Ulyanovsk & this

Final scores:

Chris Gillian Joan
$25,201 $11,400 $25,100
2-day champion: $37,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Gillian Joan
$18,400 $9,400 $12,600
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
4 W
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,400

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