Show #4721 - Monday, February 28, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 14.

Contestants

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Michelle Clum, an executive assistant originally from Wichita, Kansas

Jerome Vered, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Jim Scott, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

THE JIMMY CARTER EXPERIENCE
HEY, TIGER!
COUNTRIES IN FRENCH
BRAND NAMES
MAURICE, BARRY OR ROBIN
THE "B.G."s
    $200 11
Jimmy Carter married this "Foxey Lady" on July 7, 1946 at the Plains Methodist Church
    $200 26
Name shared by a talking flower in "Through the Looking Glass" & an Indian princess in "Peter Pan"
    $200 1
Les Emirats Arabes Unis
    $200 6
A watch brand introduced in the 1950s with TV torture tests
    $200 21
Manilow & Diller
    $200 12
Their fairy tales include "The 12 Idle Servants", "The 3 Apprentices" & "The Sparrow and His Four Children"
    $400 15
No "Purple Haze" here; in 1980 President Carter signed legislation to protect over 100 million acres in this state
    $400 27
In 1973 he won his second Oscar, for his role in "Save the Tiger"
    $400 2
Le Liban
    $400 7
This brand of S.C. Johnson storage bags is indispensable to archaeologists in preserving small objects
    $400 22
Yount & Ventura
    $400 13
A U.S. Army "one star"
    $600 18
Cool under "Fire" during a 7-year Navy career, Carter served on the Seawolf, this type of vessel
    $600 28
This mogul, whose name means "tiger", not "cartoon elephant", established India's Mogul dynasty
    $600 3
La Coree du Nord
    DD: $1,000 8
In the 1980s Royal Appliance Manufacturing colored its hand-held vacuum cleaner red & called it this
    $600 23
Bejart & Sendak
    $600 14
As teens, he & Paul Allen ran Traf-O-Data, a company that used a computer to analyze traffic patterns
    $800 19
"Hey Joe" Califano, Jr., you were a Carter cabinet member as head of HEW, short for this
    $800 29
In this comedy "Le Tigre" is one of model Ben Stiller's arsenal of devastating looks
    $800 4
Le Royaume-Uni
    $800 9
This brand of vodka, only around since 1992, comes in a blue bottle
    $800 24
Cook & Quivers
    $800 16
The Statue of Victory atop this Berlin landmark was stolen by Napoleon, who wanted it for the Arc de Triomphe
    $1000 20
Based in this city, the Carter Center is "All Along the Watchtower" against disease & famine
    $1000 30
The beastly villain in this classic collection is the tiger Shere Khan
    $1000 5
Les Pays-Bas
    $1000 10
The name of this brand, introduced in 1959, implies that its elastic waistband holds the pants up without help
    $1000 25
Maeterlinck & Ravel
    $1000 17
Site of Western Kentucky University

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Jim Jerome Michelle
$1,800 $3,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Jerome Michelle
$4,000 $6,200 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BODY WORLDS
OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES
WHAT A CHARACTER!
FEBRUARY IN HISTORY
DECADE OF DISCOVERY
"IN"s & "OUT"s
    $400 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew points to a set of tiny bones in the Body Worlds exhibit at the California ScienCenter.) The smallest bones of the body, the hammer, stirrup and anvil, are found in this part of the ear
    $400 11
"I don't think they chose me because... it was time for a black Miss America. They... thought I could do the job"
    $400 6
The fictional Lord Greystoke is more popularly known by this name
    $400 5
In February 1815 he was able to escape his 10-month exile on a small island
    $400 16
Frank Sinatra by Harry James
    $400 21
It's the wild Australian interior, mate
    $800 27
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew holds a plastinated body organ.) Weighing in at almost 4 pounds, this largest gland metabolizes fat, protein & carbs & is the body's treatment plant
    $800 13
I was so happy to win my second Australian open doubles title with Martina"
    $800 7
The main character in this 1895 novel is known simply as the time traveler
    $800 4
"Gantry", a musical based on a novel by this man, opened February 14, 1970 & closed February 14, 1970
    $800 17
Quasars by astronomer & Faye Dunaway by Hollywood
    $800 25
Traditionally it's January 20; before 1934, it was March 4
    $1200 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew points out differences between two plastinated human hearts.) That's a normal heart. In this diseased heart the scar of connective tissue is evidence of this, a blockage of the arteries that supply the heart with oxygen
    $1200 14
"This moment is so much bigger than me. This moment is for Dorothy Dandridge, Lena Horne, Diahann Carroll"
    $1200 8
At the end of the Bizet opera, Carmen hurls a ring at this man, who promptly stabs her
    $1200 3
The U.S. ICBM with this "timely" nickname had its first successful launch February 1, 1961
    $1200 18
Hispaniola by Europeans
    $1200 22
This 1985 film about Isak Dinesen was based on her own memoirs
    $1600 29
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew identifies one section of a plastinated human brain.) This part of the brain, whose name means "little brain", coordinates muscular movement
    $1600 12
"My teeth had a big gap, and that... hadn't been made acceptable. I had to give it credentials"
    DD: $2,000 9
The last words of this classic 1851 novel character are "Thus, I give up the spear"
    $1600 1
The sixth king of this name died on February 6, 1952 at Sandringham
    DD: $2,500 19
DNA's double helix
    $1600 23
It's the cut made during an operation
    $2000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands by a plastinated human skeleton.) In 1543 this pioneering Flemish anatomist pointed out that bones support the body and protect organs from injury
    $2000 15
"I have remained consistently and nauseatingly adorable. In fact, I have been known to cause diabetes"
    $2000 10
Sarastro is a Priest of Isis in this Mozart opera
    $2000 2
In February 2005 he was confirmed as the USA's first Hispanic attorney general
    $2000 20
Americium (atomic number 95)
    $2000 24
From the Italian for "to cut in", it's the process by which a design is engraved on a gem, stone or plate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Jerome Michelle
$7,200 $21,500 $13,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COLLEGE LIBRARIES
Built in memory of a victim of this tragedy, Harvard's Widener Library was opened in 1915

Final scores:

Jim Jerome Michelle
$14,400 $27,601 $21,501
3rd place: $5,000 Winner: $27,601 + an advance to UToC Round 2 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Jerome Michelle
$8,200 $22,600 $13,800
10 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $44,600

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