Show #4312 - Tuesday, May 6, 2003

2003 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

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Mark Dawson, a business manager from Chamblee, Georgia

Trevor Norris, a management analyst from Washington, D.C.

Max Levaren, a personal success coach from San Diego, California

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Jeopardy! Round

TOUGH GEOGRAPHY
POP CULTURE
STAND BY YOUR MANNEQUIN
AROUND THE GYM
PENGUIN CLASSICS
(Alex: From the book company.)
FROM THE LATIN
    $200 26
Bangkok is the leading port on this gulf, an inlet of the South China Sea
    $200 9
The Sailor Boy & his dog seen here are a symbol of this snack brand
    $200 14
This 18th century queen reportedly used mannequins to send home the latest fashions to her native Austria
    $200 2
Work your legs, arms & upper back on a machine simulating this, an Olympic sport since 1900
    $200 21
The first classic, issued in 1946, was this Homer tale of heading home
    $200 1
Aesop was known for these, from the Latin for "story" or "tale"
    $400 27
This European country's most populous province is Katowice in the south
    $400 10
Amateur Night at this former Harlem theater was the brainchild of showman Ralph Cooper Sr.
    $400 15
The mannequin seen here is used in the teaching of this procedure
    $400 3
A gym rat may eat a PowerBar to load up on energy, 75% of it coming from these
    $400 22
The cover seen here is from the new edition of this classic 1605 novel
    $400 7
Of the 3 virtues mentioned in the King James Version of I Corinthians 13;13, the 2 that are from Latin
    $600 28
This south Pacific nation has over 800 islands & islets, but Viti Levu & Vanua Levu provide more than 85% of its area
    $600 11
In December 1995 Bill Watterson ended this comic strip about a 6-year-old boy & his stuffed tiger
    $600 16
Unfortunately for window dressers, many early mannequins were made of this & didn't last in the heat of summer
    $600 4
In 2002 strength equipment maker Nautilus acquired this cardio brand that has you stepping lively
    $600 23
The cover seen here is from a Penguin Classic of this 1726 novel
    $600 8
Pronounced one way, this word from the Latin for "to make smaller" means "tiny"; another way, it's a unit of time
    $800 29
It precedes "kush", which means "killer", in the name of a central Asian mountain range
    $800 12
Gin or vodka & sour apple schnapps (instead of vermouth) go into this trendy variation of a mixed drink
    $800 17
In a magazine called The Show Window, this Oz creator dispensed advice on mannequins & creative display
    $800 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew working out in the gym) The name of this type of bike comes from the Latin for "to lie down"
    DD: $2,000 24
New to Penguin Classics is this 1953 play, a parable about McCarthy's witch hunts
    $800 19
From the Latin for "seed", it's one particle of sand or a seed of corn or rice, for example
    $1000 30
This area that was created in 1960 & has oil companies licking their chops is dominated by the Brooks Range
    $1000 13
It's the brand name of the transporter seen here
    $1000 18
A wooden torso mannequin was found near a clothing chest when this man opened King Tut's tomb in 1922
    $1000 6
Named for its inventor, this trendy, new "method" of body conditioning actually dates back to the 1920s
    $1000 25
Penguin Classics has sold 300,000 copies of this ancient Sanskrit poem whose title means "song of the lord"
    $1000 20
From the Latin for "hiss", it describes sounds like the first letter of sigh, speck & the correct response

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

Max Trevor Mark
$400 $2,200 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Max Trevor Mark
$2,000 $4,200 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
SINGING ACTORS
THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING!
LABOR
MY SON, THE PAINTER
TRIPLE RHYME TIME
    $400 16
The naval base the U.S. got on this island came out of the Platt Amendment we forced into its 1901 constitution
    $400 6
As a teenager this "Gladiator" star recorded the song "I Want to Be Like Marlon Brando" under the name Rus Le Roc
    $400 24
He was elected president of Russia shortly before the Soviet Union broke up
    $400 21
Currently the federal government sets it at $5.15 an hour
    $400 1
He was a successful sculptor; his son, also named Alexander, made a stable living out of mobile art
    $400 11
A laid-back lemon-colored stringed instrument
    $800 17
Called "The Soldier's General", in 1949 he became the 1st permanent chairman of the new Joint Chiefs of Staff
    $800 7
Actor heard here in the Broadway musical "Greenwillow" the same year he starred in a Hitchcock film
    $800 27
When his play "The Sea Gull" premiered in 1896, it was a complete failure, & he vowed never to write drama again
    $800 22
This founder of the Socialist Party of America was imprisoned for organizing an 1894 strike against the Pullman Company
    $800 2
This American illustrator of "Treasure Island" trained daughter Henriette as well as son Andrew
    $800 12
Pleasing frozen H2O cost
    $1200 18
Nickname of the area abandoned by the Okies & Arkies in the 1930s to go to California
    $1200 8
This "Goodfella" sang "Yo Cousin Vinny" on his "Vincent Laguardia Gambini Sings Just for You" CD
    $1200 28
He composed the familiar piece heard here
["Peter and the Wolf"]
    $1200 23
This union, the ILGWU, was a founder of the Liberal Party of New York State
    $1200 3
This "Elder" of the art world was known for his silverpoint; his son was known for portraits of Henry VIII's wives
    $1200 13
A Washington city graduation certificate's smell
    $1600 19
An ad for this oceanliner May 1, 1915 warned passengers there was a state of war; the ship was sunk May 7
    $1600 9
In 2001 this Oscar winner sang "Angelina", a romantic tribute to his fifth wife, on his album "Private Radio"
    $1600 29
This choreographer who left Russia in 1924 married 4 of his ballerinas, including Maria Tallchief
    $1600 25
This leader of the United Mine Workers was known as the "Labor Baron"
    $1600 4
Pieter Brueghel the Elder begot Pieter the Younger & this painter nicknamed "Velvet"
    $1600 14
To suffocate an additional male sibling
    DD: $2,000 20
Popular name of the Serviceman's Readjustment Act of 1944
    $2000 10
Fans of her "Star Trek" role as Uhura go into orbit when they listen to her "Out of This World" CD
    $2000 30
The first woman to fly in space, she later served in the Soviet parliament
    $2000 26
Among the purposes of this 1947 act was to prevent major strikes that would cause public emergencies
    $2000 5
5 of this American artist's 17 children, including Raphaelle & Rembrandt, became artists
    DD: $2,000 15
A bloody Loyalist tale

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Max Trevor Mark
$7,600 $15,000 $16,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

LEGAL HISTORY
After killing his wife's lover in Washington, D.C. in 1859, Rep. Daniel Sickles was the 1st to claim this, a 2-word term

Final scores:

Max Trevor Mark
$0 $18,000 $16,799
3rd place: $5,000 Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Max Trevor Mark
$7,600 $15,000 $14,800
10 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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