Show #4108 - Wednesday, June 12, 2002

Contestants

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Julie Sandel, a high school teacher from Dallas, Texas

Doug Trazzare, a market planning manager from Los Angeles, California

Rich Rosenlof, a sales representative from Sacramento, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $37,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE LICENSE PLATES
MUSIC
THE DUCHESS OF WINDSOR
FIRST OF THE MONTH
ARCHAEOLOGY
CELESTIAL QUOTES
    $200 1
Some of its plates depict the space shuttle in flight
    $200 11
"It's not unusual" for female fans to pelt this singer of "Delilah" with room keys & panties
    $200 23
Born in Blue Ridge Summit, PA., the duchess was raised in this "Birthplace of the Star-Spangled Banner"
    $200 2
It's customary on the first of this month to play jokes on people
    $200 12
This seismic event was bad for the port of Kourion in 365, but good for archaeologists in the 1980s
    $200 15
According to a hit song, this age dawns when "Jupiter aligns with Mars"
    DD: $800 4
You'll find 4 presidents on this state's plates
    $400 13
"Losing My Religion" is a hit by this Michael Stipe band
    $400 27
A famous quote attributed to the Duchess of Windsor is "One can never be too rich or too" this
    $400 3
The first of this month is the day to dance around a garlanded pole
    $400 14
Kenneth Emory advanced the study of this archipelago with his work at the Kuli'ou'ou Rockshelter
    $400 22
"But soft! What light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is" this
    $600 5
A depiction of this 1607 settlement appears on some of Virginia's plates
    $600 19
In a 1991 top 5 hit, Bonnie Raitt sang, "Let's give them" this, later the title of a Julia Roberts-Dennis Quaid movie
    $600 28
On January 4, 1937, this U.S. magazine chose the future Duchess of Windsor as its "Woman of the Year" for 1936
    $600 8
The object seen here was on the road the first of this month
    $600 16
Ancient dung of the bactrian type of this animal has been found in Iran--but was it hunted or domesticated?
    $600 24
Emerson wrote, "Hitch your wagon to" this
    $800 6
A palmetto tree graces the center of its license plates
    $800 20
In the '80s this band had hits like "A View to a Kill" & "The Wild Boys"; in the '90s, "Come Undone" & "Ordinary World"
    $800 29
On June 3, 1937 the duke & duchess married at the Chateau de Cande near Tours in this country
    $800 9
Black History Month begins on the first of this
    $800 17
The image seen here is from the Gundestrup cauldron, a 19th century find in Jutland in this country
    $800 25
Jesse Jackson referred to the "Face of America" as this kind of Coalition
    $1000 7
This state's license plate says it's "The Crossroads of America"
    $1000 21
This group had its initial success in 1991, hitting No. 1 with the following

"Your purple prose just gives you away /
The things, you say /
You're unbelievable"
    $1000 30
Last name of the duchess' second husband, a London shipbroker
    $1000 10
For Roman Catholics, the first of this month is the day to celebrate all saints known & unknown
    $1000 18
An alternate spelling for this site, once an African city that battled Rome, is Q-R-T-H-D-S-T
    $1000 26
It's the classic tune heard here Sailing over a cardboard sea
But it wouldn't be make believe if you

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

Rich Doug Julie
$3,400 -$400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Doug Julie
$5,400 $4,200 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHEMISTRY
JAZZMEN'S INSTRUMENTS
(Alex: You identify the instrument most associated with the person I will name.)
I'M GAME
OLD MONEY
WORLD THEATRE
MAMMALS
    $400 8
In 1916 G. N. Lewis proposed that atoms in a molecule bond by sharing a pair of these particles
    $400 26
Buddy Rich
    $400 19
Except in the case of a tie, this many points wins a game of ping-pong
    $400 2
3,000 of these Hebrew coins in silver were equivalent to one silver talent
    $400 4
"Kremlin Chimes" is the second play in Nikolai Pogodin's trilogy about this leader of the Russian Revolution
    $400 1
For warmth, the horseshoe species of these will cluster in groups in the roofs of caves
    $800 9
Boiling a liquid, condensing the vapor, boilng that liquid, etc. is called the "fractional" type of this process
    $800 27
Stan Getz
    $800 22
A steady hand & 41 multicolored sticks are used in this game that's also known as jackstraws
    $800 13
Also called a zecchino, it was a gold coin of the Venetian republic; now it's a shiny ornamental disk seen on gowns
    $800 14
This Canadian province's famous Shaw Festival focuses on plays by George Bernard Shaw & his contemporaries
    $800 3
It's Asia's great red ape
    $1200 10
This letter & number precede SO4 in the formula for sulfuric acid
    $1200 30
Lionel Hampton
    $1200 23
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) Babe Ruth used the bat I'm holding in this year when he hit 60 homers
    $1200 18
The U.S. quarter is sometimes called "two bits" because this Spanish peso was once cut into fourths
    $1200 15
This "Martin Chuzzlewit" novelist not only co-wrote the play "The Frozen Deep", he acted in it, too
    $1200 5
The largest land carnivores are a couple of species of this mammal
    DD: $4,000 11
In 1923 Bronsted & Lowry figured out that these substances donate protons to bases
    $1600 28
Pete Fountain
    $1600 24
Don't get squeezed when you're playing anaconda, a 7-card variation of this game
    DD: $4,000 20
This Roman coin was the penny mentioned in the New Testament: its name means "containing ten"
    $1600 16
Ichimura Manjiro is a famous Onnagata, a male actor who plays female roles in this form of Japanese drama
    $1600 6
Bluefins are tuna; blues & fins are these mammals
    $2000 12
Enthalpy, a thermodynamic property of a substance, is abbreviated H, for this
    $2000 29
Charlie MIngus
    $2000 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew) The word checkmate comes from "shah mat", a term meaning "the king is dead" in this language also known as Persian
    $2000 21
This coin of Florence, Italy became the standard of trade throughout Europe from the 1200s to the 1400s
    $2000 17
This "Electra"fying playwright gets the credit for adding a third actor to Grek tragedies
    $2000 7
Besides its own species of penguin & tortoise, this island group has its own species of mammal--a fur seal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Doug Julie
$19,400 $1,000 $7,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FANTASY FILMS
This 1990 Tim Burton film was advertised with the line "His story will touch you, even though he can't"

Final scores:

Rich Doug Julie
$22,400 $1,988 $15,599
2-day champion: $59,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rich Doug Julie
$21,000 $600 $7,800
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $29,400

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