Show #4319 - Thursday, May 15, 2003

2003 Tournament of Champions final game 1.

Contestants

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Brian Weikle, a project manager from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Eric Floyd, a college student from Calhoun, Georgia

Mark Dawson, a business manager from Chamblee, Georgia

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
THE OLYMPIC GAMES
LITERARY TERMS
RUM FOR YOUR LIFE
SCANDINAVIANS
TRUE & FALSE
    $200 3
Proverbially, it's where "all roads lead"
    $200 1
In 1998 at age 15 she became the youngest person ever to win a gold medal for ladies' figure skating
    $200 13
This term for stories about larger-than-life characters is most appropriate for the towering Paul Bunyan
    $200 22
Have a cigar & a Cuba Libre: a drink of rum, ice, lime wedges & this
    $200 10
Somehow a pulp & paper concern begun by Finn Frederik Idestam in 1865 evolved into this cell phone giant
    $200 16
You have 7 true pairs of these & 5 false pairs (2 of which are floating)
    $400 6
It's where the government of India meets
    $400 2
When this U.S. speedskater raced at the 2002 Olympics, his fans sported fake whiskers under their bottom lips
    $400 24
A Robinsonade, an adventure that's often about a marooned person, is named for a character created by this author
    $400 23
After one of these cocktails using 3 different kinds of rum, you might feel like the voodoo victim it's named for
    $400 12
Bjorn Borg won Wimbledon in 1980; this Swedish man won it in 1990
    $400 17
The true morel variety of these is okay to eat; the false morels are poisonous
    $600 7
After the Khmer Rouge came to power, this city's population dropped from about 2 million to 20,000
    $600 4
In 1988 he won a gold medal boxing for Canada; 5 years later he won the pro heavyweight title
    $600 25
Don't call Gertrude Stein a "block"head, though she played with the literary form of this Braque art style
    $600 28
The logo seen here, for this brand, was based on a suggestion by Dona Amalia, the founder's wife
    $600 14
In 2000 this seventysomething Swede became head of the U.N.'s weapons inspectors for Iraq
    $600 19
In digital logic circuits, 1 is true & this number is false
    $800 8
Physicist Niels Bohr was born in this capital in 1885
    $800 5
Through 2000, Jenny Thompson has won 8 gold medals in this sport, the most by any U.S. woman in any sport
    $800 26
This adjective referring to the works of GBS is derived from the Latinized form of his surname
    $800 29
It's the Jamaican coffee-flavored rum liqueur whose name means "Aunt Mary"
    DD: $1,000 15
We wouldn't call ourselves Homo sapiens without the work of this 18th C. Swedish naturalist
    $800 20
"True and False: Heresy and Common Sense for the Actor" is by this "Speed-the-Plow" playwright
    $1000 9
The name of this South African capital means "fountain of flowers"
    $1000 11
In 1968 this Frenchman became only the second man in history to win 3 skiing events in the same Olympics
    $1000 27
Real people & events are thinly disguised in this type of work, French for "novel with a key"
    $1000 30
Mount Gay Rum has been made in this West Indies island nation off northeastern South America for 300 years
    $1000 18
Amundsen was a pup in 1888 when this Norwegian explorer schlepped across the Greenland ice cap
    $1000 21
Folk song writer who gave us "False from True" & "Turn, Turn, Turn"

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

Mark Eric Brian
$3,000 -$400 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Eric Brian
$9,000 -$1,400 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

INVERTEBRATES
AUTHORS ON FILM
LISTEN TO THE EXPERTS -- NOT!
OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS
PRESIDENTIAL MEDICAL RECORDS
CRUSH UP YOUR SHAKESPEARE
(Alex: We're dealing with Shakespearean anagrams.)
    $400 6
While this spiny-skinned sea creature can have 40 arms or more, most have 5
    $400 1
Nicole Kidman (in a prosthetic nose) portrayed "The Hours" of this author
    $400 2
In 1929 engineer George Gillette remarked, "By 1940" this physics theory "will be considered a joke"
    $400 16
Logically, this occupation (not postal clerk) is exposed to the highest incidence of workplace violent crime
    $400 11
His wife is often called the first woman president because many believed she called all the shots after his stroke
    $400 23
Female spot remover:
chat me badly
    $800 8
A Fred Astaire movie, or the spider relative seen here
    $800 4
Meryl Streep played this author of "Shadows on the Grass" in 1985's "Out of Africa"
    $800 3
In 1911 the New York Times reported, "Vast Engineering Works Accomplished by Our Planetary Neighbors" here
    $800 19
In game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals, Red Wing Steve Duchesne lost 6 of these, 2 of them original
    $800 12
This president showed off his gall bladder surgery scar in the photo seen here
    $800 24
"Hamlet" site:
Nile rose
    $1200 9
When this crab waves the larger of its front claws, it's said to resemble the movements of a violinist
    $1200 10
Meryl Streep played this author of "The Orchid Thief" in 2002's "Adaptation"
    $1200 5
Killed in the Montana Territory in 1876, this man had declared that "The Army is the Indian's best friend"
    $1200 20
Metal fumes & oily floors trouble workers in these shops where you go after a fender-bender
    DD: $1,700 13
He kept secret the fact that he lost sight in his left eye during a boxing match with a White House aide
    $1200 26
"Prospero"us girl:
in drama
    $1600 17
Like African sleeping sickness, nagana, a disease fatal to cattle, is carried by this insect
    $1600 28
"Cross Creek" is a biography of this author of "The Yearling"
    $1600 7
In 1940 Gandhi said, "I don't consider" this man "to be as bad as depicted...his victories" are gained "without much bloodshed"
    $1600 21
As our writers know, eyestrain is one hazard of working at a VDT, short for this
    $1600 14
George & Barbara Bush were both diagnosed with this thyroid disorder
    $1600 27
Big "Kat" tamer:
hip to cure
    $2000 18
This tentacled squid relative seen here is the source of the brown pigment called sepia
    $2000 30
1995's "Carrington" also portrays the life & loves of this Bloomsbury Group member who wrote "Eminent Victorians"
    $2000 15
In the 4th century B.C., this Greek philosopher declared that "The brain is an organ of minor importance"
    DD: $1,000 22
People who work with this type of truck have to be careful not to fall off a tine
    $2000 25
JFK suffered from this disease caused by the insufficient production of hormones by the adrenal glands
    $2000 29
Richard's battleground:
show told brief

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Eric Brian
$17,400 $10,300 $18,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

GOVERNORS
In 1967 she became the first woman governor of a state east of the Mississippi River

Final scores:

Mark Eric Brian
$22,400 $7,300 $15,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mark Eric Brian
$17,200 $9,800 $19,000
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $46,000

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