Show #4730 - Friday, March 11, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 23.

Contestants

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Steve Newman, a partner in a small computer company from Rockville, Maryland

Andrew Westney, a singer and actor from Atlanta, Georgia

David Siegel, a paralegal from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

TIME TO GET A HEAD
7-LETTER WORDS
IT'S PAT
COUNTRIES BY NEWSPAPERS
THE PEN
THE SWORD
    $200 1
Guillotine victim, 1793
    $200 14
It sounds like a bath for your pig, but it means utter nonsense
    $200 22
This member of a prominent family was married to actor Peter Lawford from 1954 to 1966
    $200 27
The Bunyip &
The Alice Springs News
    $200 9
The inmates at this county's juvenile hall near USC Med. Center wrote the essays in Mark Salzman's "True Notebooks"
    $200 11
In "The Lord of the Rings", he gives his cousin Frodo the magical sword Sting
    $400 3
A president, 1861-1865
    $400 16
Biblical term for one of Jesus' original 12 followers
    $400 23
A book called "Honky Tonk Angel" offers intimate details about her life & tragic death at age 30
    $400 30
Przewodnik Katolicki &
Glos Koszalinski
    $400 7
His self-titled book includes passages written in the South African maximum security prison on Robben Island
    $400 12
Uma Thurman is a master of the Hattori Hanzo katana in these films
    $600 5
A Victorian novelist
    $600 17
Usually, to do this is to lose a game without playing it
    $600 24
In 1960 he formed the Christian Broadcasting Network, which would eventually air his "700 Club"
    $600 15
Dimokratiki &
Peloponnisos
    $600 2
In "Prison Writings", Leonard Peltier claims his innocence of killing FBI agents at the Pine Ridge Res. in this state
    $600 13
In this film Inigo Montoya searches for the man with the 6-fingered sword who killed his father
    $800 6
Long-serving French solar monarch
    $800 18
The strip of material around your fedora
    $800 25
This Oregon Transplant represented Colorado in Congress from 1973 to 1996
    $800 28
The Deccan Herald
& The Bihar Times
    $800 4
In jail, this special counsel to Nixon wrote notes that became "Born Again"
    $800 20
Mel Gibson hurled his broadsword in the air & cried, "Freedom" in this epic
    $1000 10
Colorful 19th-century member of nobili-"tea"
    $1000 19
This adjective can mean "pertaining to languages" or "pertaining to the tongue"
    $1000 26
She introduced Dr. Kay Scarpetta, Chief Medical Examiner, in her 1990 novel "Postmortem"
    $1000 29
El Cronista &
El Patagonico
    DD: $1,000 8
"One Day in My Life" was surreptitiously written on toilet paper by this Irish hunger striker
    $1000 21
Wesley Snipes slices his sword through vampires in this film trilogy

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

David Andrew Steve
$2,200 -$600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Andrew Steve
$4,600 $5,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT GREEK THEATRE
THAT'S MY ALBUM
AMERICAN PLACE NAMES
PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES
ANATOMICAL ADVERTISING
CROSSWORD CLUES "G"
    $400 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Theater of Dionysus in Athens, Greece.) More than 2,000 years after this Aristophanes comedy debuted here in Athens, A musical version hopped onto Broadway
    $400 28
"Hearts and Bones",
"Graceland"
    $400 21
Immigrants from this country named a South Dakota county Haakon, in honor of King Haakon VII
    $400 18
Count Andrenyi, Mrs. Hubbard & Col. Arbuthnot are among the suspects in this 1934 train-set novel
    $400 16
Hepatic cells are found in the tissue of this organ; "bile secretion is our business"
    $400 7
A luminous larva ("glimmer, glimmer")
(8)
    $800 27
A genre of plays takes its name form these lusty creatures, shown as half-man & half-goat, whose antics it depicted
    $800 29
This man "At San Quentin",
"More of Old Golden Throat"
    $800 17
This Los Angeles suburb was named for a New Hampshire-born dentist, not the potato guy
    $800 19
In 2004 CNN said a winning bidder for a toilet cubicle from this retired British Airways plane might use it as an outhouse
    $800 12
Divided into the cardia, body region & pylorus; "Come see what's cookin'!" here
    $800 8
It precedes schnauzer & sequoia
(5)
    $1200 1
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the Theater of Dionysus in Athens, Greece.) When this man introduced his play "Medea" in a contest held here at the Theater of Dionysus in 431 B.C., he came in last
    $1200 30
This group "Sell Out",
this group "by Numbers"
    $1200 14
George Vancouver named this volcano for the baronial title of Alleyne Fitzherbert, a British diplomat
    $1200 20
This car exec seen here put his name on an innovative automobile
    $1200 9
"You want glucagon? We got glucagon! Come back to the islets of Langerhans" in this gland
    $1200 6
"Reptilian" thirst quencher
(8)
    $1600 2
Ancient Greek actors wore white lead paint on their faces before switching to this innovation
    $1600 25
"One of These Nights",
"Hell Freezes Over"
    $1600 13
This city's name is from the French for "strait"; it lies on a strait between Lake Erie & Lake St. Clair
    $1600 22
1948's "car of tomorrow" was designed by this Ypsilanti, Mich. man; 51 were built, 47 are still around
    $1600 10
9 to 11 inches long, it's the first part of the small intestine; "Now with 30% more peptic ulcers!"
    $1600 4
A glutton, or a male turkey
(7)
    DD: $2,000 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Theater of Dionysus in Athens, Greece.) Legend tells us that here on stage at the Theater of Dionysus, this man became known as the world's first actor
    $2000 24
"OU812",
"Balance"
    DD: $7,000 15
This Penn. city was named for 2 members of the British parliament who were sympathetic to the American Colonies
    $2000 23
Although built at his urging, Alexander III didn't live to see the completion of this, the world's longest railway
    $2000 11
For this lymphoid organ on the abdominal cavity's left side under the diaphragm; "It's red & white pulp-eriffic!"
    $2000 5
Florentine artist Di Bondone
(6)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Andrew Steve
$9,800 $15,600 $19,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC BRITS
During the American Revolution, in his last moments he said, "It will be but a momentary pang"

Final scores:

David Andrew Steve
$19,500 $10,600 $38,700
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 Winner: $38,700 + an advance to UToC Round 2

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Andrew Steve
$9,800 $11,600 $19,400
13 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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