Show #4109 - Thursday, June 13, 2002

Contestants

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Matt Heller, a high school teacher from Chicago, Illinois

Nicole Raymond, a defense contractor from Alexandria, Virginia

Rich Rosenlof, a sales representative from Sacramento, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $59,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE COLD WAR YEARS
FOLLOW THE LEADER
COUNTRY COOKBOOKS
NEW TO THE INVENTORS HALL OF FAME
LAST NAME'S THE SAME
"QUE" TIPS
    $200 1
This Caribbean Communist leader met Khrushchev for the first time during the 1960 U.N. General Asembly
    $200 7
A prototype TV show, or one who steers a vessel
    $200 3
Keep your own little Opie happy with "Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook", inspired by this TV series
    $200 26
Patsy Sherman & Sam Smith don't have any spots on the fabric of their record; they invented this 3M product
    $200 15
Gwendolyn, James L., Garth
    $200 11
Bring one of these to a PBS "Roadshow" to get it appraised
    $400 2
The launching of this in 1957 shocked the west as it showed the Soviets had the edge in space technology
    $400 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Preservation Hall in New Orleans.) The person playing this instrument is generally the leader of a traditional New Orleans jazz band
    $400 8
Her cookbook features dishes she made while raising Ashley & Wynonna
    $400 27
You can hunt & peck around the hall for the invention of Christopher Sholes known as this
    $400 18
Liz, Jaclyn, Bubba
    $400 13
From the Old French for "shady", it means impenetrable by light, or dense
    $600 4
These 2 words were added to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954 by an act of Congress
    $600 23
Literally, it's someone who indicates a trail by making marks on trees
    $600 9
This Irene Ryan character's "Beverly Hillbillies Cookbook" is not for the faint of palate (possum, anyone?)
    $600 28
Thomas Fogarty's embolectomy catheter has one of these on the tip & no, he can't make a giraffe out of it
    $600 19
Bo, Shirley, Samuel L.
    DD: $1,200 14
As a verb it means to provoke or arouse! As a noun it means a feeling of irritation from wounded pride
    $800 5
President Eisenhower first laid out this "Theory" of Communist expansion during a 1954 press conference
    $800 24
A runner who charges ahead in a race to set a fast pace is known as this animal
    $800 10
This singer's "Southern Cookbook" might help you avoid a D-I-V-O-R-C-E
    $800 29
Stanley Cohen & Herbert Boyer combined their talents to splice fragments of this together from different species
    $800 20
Ted, Nat, Lana
    $800 16
In a 1963 bestseller, Betty Friedan wrote about a "Feminine" one
    $1000 6
Congressional opponents of this Cold War "Plan" to aid postwar Europe called it "Operation Rathole"
    $1000 25
5-letter military term for the dangerous position of advance man in an advance guard
    $1000 12
"The Bluegrass Music Cookbook" includes a cornbread recipe from this female fiddler, the toast of Champaign, Ill.
    $1000 30
Elijah McCoy improved the productivity & life span of machines by automating this maintenance function
    $1000 21
Jennifer, Quincy, Parnelli
    $1000 17
A gauge on this type of wrench helps a mechanic tighten bolts to a precise tension

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Rich Nicole Matt
$1,600 $3,600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Nicole Matt
$4,000 $5,400 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

GREAT BRITS
ON YOUR TOES
NO DOUBT, IT'S THOMAS
B WHERE
FOUR
"ALL" WE KNOW
    $400 3
In 1941 he told students at Harrow, "Never give in, never, never, never, never...
    $400 2
These wooden rails attached to the walls of ballet studios are used for support while practicing
    $400 1
This 3-named British actress got an Oscar nomination for "The English Patient"
    $400 16
The Bloombury District of this city is home to an arts & literary crowd
    $400 21
With this feature, a motor vehicle's power can be transmitted to both axles
    $400 26
"Whither wilt thou wander, wayfarer?" is an example of this literary effect also known as head rhyme
    $800 4
This nemesis of Napoleon became British prime minister in 1828
    $800 11
Margot Fonteyn first danced onstage with him on Feb. 21, 1962 at Covent Garden in a performance of "Giselle"
    $800 8
John Adams said, "I know not whether any man...has had more influence...for the last 30 years than" this pamphleteer
    $800 17
Bromo is a volcano that may bubble up & erupt on Java in this country
    $800 22
After liberation from Nazi forces in 1945 this nation declared its government the Fourth Republic
    $800 27
This river joins the Monogahela at Pittsburgh
    $1200 5
In 1859 he published "The Book That Shook the World"
    $1200 12
Although founded in New York City, the Joffrey Ballet is now headquartered in this midwest city
    $1200 9
"Jude the Obscure" was this author's last novel
    $1200 18
If you want to be a Bremen town musician, head to this country
    $1200 23
It's a unit of 4 inches used in measuring the height of a horse
    $1200 28
It's an association of groups with a common aim
    $1600 6
In "Adonais" Percy Shelley paid tribute to this friend & poet
    $1600 14
This 1911 Stravinsky ballet told the touching story of puppets brought to life
    DD: $3,000 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from on the Stars & Stripes.) This tea merchant made 5 unsuccessful bids for the America's Cup; perhaps he wasn't brisk enough
    $1600 19
Bloemhof & Bloemfontein Bloem in this country
    DD: $1,000 24
Alcaeus, Arion, Sappho &Terpander were the "4 Poets of" this island
    $1600 29
A very large carnivorous theropod of the late Jurassic Period
    $2000 7
Perhaps Elizabeth Taylor could tell you that in 1853, this explorer disguised himself as an Arab to see shrines in Mecca
    $2000 15
Founded in 1909, his Ballets Russes featured such choreographers as Nijinsky & Balanchine
    $2000 13
He published his first book, "Eighteen Poems", in 1934
    $2000 20
The Bonneville Salt Flats are in Utah; the Bonneville Dam is in this state
    $2000 25
From the Greek for "four faces", it's a geometric solid with 4 plane faces
    $2000 30
Representing God, it's the Masonic symbol that tops the pyramid on the back of the U.S. one dollar bill

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Nicole Matt
$13,000 $10,000 $14,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MEDICAL WORDS
After ether's first use in surgery, O.W. Holmes coined this word from the Greek for the condition it produced

Final scores:

Rich Nicole Matt
$21,000 $20,000 $1,000
3-day champion: $80,800 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rich Nicole Matt
$14,000 $8,000 $14,000
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
21 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $36,000

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