Show #5252 - Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Susan Mitchell game 4.

Contestants

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Mitch Luxenberg, a finance director from Fairfax, Virginia

Karen Meyers, a college administrator from Toledo, Ohio

Susan Mitchell, a graduate student from College Station, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $49,699)

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Jeopardy! Round

QUOTH THE PRESIDENT
LIVING LYRICS
U.S. RIVERS
WHAT'S YOUR NAME, LITTLE GIRL?
LET'S CONSULT THE MAP
TO BUILD A FLOWER
(Alex: We will give you 2 elements that will enable you to construct a flower. For instance, if I said, "a dairy product and something you drink from", you would come up with, "What is a sour cream cup?" [Joking] Oh, no, "a buttercup", that's the flower, yes.)
    $200 2
"Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery," said this Pres., "I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally"
    $200 26
Ricky Martin sang,"She's into superstitions, black cats and voodoo dolls", & no doubt she's livin' this
    $200 1
This river's widest point, 3 1/2 miles, is just north of Clinton, Iowa
    $200 13
A revolving tray:
Lazy ____
    $200 17
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew displays a map on the monitor.) On this map, a star inside a circle represents these
    $200 7
Any automobile plus any country
    $400 3
11 years after writing a famous declaration, he penned to Madison "a little rebellion, now and then, is a good thing"
    $400 27
In this 1987 Bon Jovi song, "Tommy used to work on the docks" & "Gina dreams of running away"--now they're
    $400 9
The many dams on this river in Washington & Oregon include Chief Joseph, Rock Island & Bonneville
    $400 18
A cheap, run-down car:
Tin ____
    $400 19
To have a map of the entire Earth that has the least distortion, you have to buy one of these objects
    $400 8
Word preceding
"and proper" plus "Charmed" actress McGowan
    $600 4
In 1759 he wrote, "Discipline is the soul of an army. It... procures success to the weak, and esteem to all"
    $600 28
James Brown is living here, "super highways, coast to coast"
    $600 14
It's New York State's longest river
    $600 23
A large, long-range cannon:
Big ____
    $600 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew points out a map on the monitor.) On this map of Northwest Wyoming, dashed-line enclosures are used to designate national parks and these set-aside lands
    $600 10
An English fop plus the king of beasts
    $800 5
He wrote, "I am as strong as a bull moose and you can use me to the limit"
    $800 29
It's where Luka lived
    $800 15
Most of the rivers in Texas flow into this body of water
    $800 24
An 18th century machine:
Spinning ____
    $800 21
Malta was upset when it was left off the first maps appearing on these bank notes in 2002
    $800 11
A numeric pair plus a part of the mouth
    $1000 6
He proclaimed, "The new frontier of which I speak is not a set of promises--it is a set of challenges"
    $1000 30
"Underground like a wild potato", The B-52's were living here
    $1000 16
Major tributaries of this "state"ly river include the Kentucky, Wabash & Cumberland rivers
    $1000 25
A dessert:
Apple Brown ____
    $1000 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew shows a rectangular world map on the monitor.) Because areas far from the equator are enlarged, Greenland is bigger than South America in the 16th century system of projection named for this man
    DD: $2,000 12
A fib plus French for "lake"

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

Susan Karen Mitch
$400 $7,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Karen Mitch
$3,400 $8,400 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT GREEK WRITERS
AT THE BEGIN"ING"
(Alex: Each correct response will begin in "I-N-G", that's what that clue means.)
GERMAN HISTORY
LEFTOVERS
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FOOTBALL
HAIL TO THE VICTORS
    $400 13
He dedicated his "Parallel Lives" to Sosius Senecio, a friend of the emperor
    $400 1
A person who doesn't appreciate kindness or generosity
    $400 4
In 1521 he told the Diet of Worms, "Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise. God help me. Amen"
    $400 9
"Bateson's Belfry", a bell connected to a cord in a coffin, capitalized on Victorian-era terror of this
    $400 19
On Dec. 13, 1997 Michigan CB Charles Woodson became the first primarily defensive player to win this award
    $400 14
We have a "hunch" you'll know this French author of the 1827 play "Cromwell"
    $800 25
Aristophanes' style is called "old" this; Menander's, less high-spirited, is "new "this
    $800 2
In a play or film, the role of a young, innocent, unworldly woman
    $800 7
When East & West Germany unified in 1990, this West German continued to serve as chancellor of the entire country
    $800 10
The annual "Reception Day" for new cadets at West Point yields about 25 pounds of this
    $800 23
He played center for Michigan's national championship teams of 1932 & '33; he dabbled in politics, too
    $800 15
This pianist was called "The Clown Prince of Denmark"
    $1200 26
He wrote more than 120 plays, but only 7 complete ones survive, including "Oedipus Rex" & "Oedipus at Colonus"
    $1200 3
Adjective meaning firmly fixed or deep-rooted
    $1200 8
In 1805 Napoleon made this duchy a kingdom; today it's Germany's largest & southernmost state
    $1200 20
In 1963 economist Mollie Orshansky created this "line" by multiplying the cost of an adequate diet by 3
    $1200 24
This Bo knew football, too; he went 194-48-5 as U-M's coach from 1969 to 1989
    $1200 16
Of 3 kings who ruled under this name, 2 were born in Turin, one in Naples
    $1600 27
Only one complete poem, 28 lines in length, remains from the poetry of this lyric poet from Lesbos
    $1600 5
This term for a recess beside a large fireplace for a seat or bench was also once a popular U.S. wine brand
    $1600 11
On January 18, 1871 Germany was unified with Wilhelm I as its first kaiser & this man as its chancellor
    $1600 21
Cyrano nose that Pecharmant & other red wines of this region go well with lamb
    $1600 29
Last name of QB Brian who led Michigan to the '97 natl. championship; dad Bob QBed for the 17-0 Dolphins of 1972
    $1600 17
His first operetta was 1894's "Prince Ananias"; dozens more would follow, including "Babes in Toyland"
    $2000 28
The U.S. Post Office can thank this "father of history" for writing "neither snow nor rain", etc.
    $2000 6
He's the Frenchman whose work is seen here
    DD: $2,200 12
In Feb. 1919 the National Assembly met to write a constitution in this city, which gave its name to the new republic
    $2000 22
Referring to the way English is spoken on a certain continent, "Strine" is an alteration of this word
    $2000 30
A sixth-round draft pick in 2000, this Michigan man found a bit of success as a QB for the Patriots
    DD: $4,000 18
"V", this politician's middle initial, was for "Victor", not "Victory"; he ran 5 losing presidential campaigns

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Karen Mitch
$12,200 $17,400 $7,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COLORS
Political battleground states are usually called this secondary color

Final scores:

Susan Karen Mitch
$17,401 $10,399 $10,401
4-day champion: $67,100 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susan Karen Mitch
$12,200 $16,200 $11,200
18 R,
3 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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