Show #4336 - Monday, June 9, 2003

Jim Stalley game 4.

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Ramar Wright, an attorney originally from Aiken, South Carolina

Marilyn Muller, a social worker from Beverly, Massachusetts

Jim Stalley, a crime data specialist from Denver, Colorado (whose 3-day cash winnings total $63,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY NOVELS
FOOTBALL HALL OF FAMERS' TEAMS
FOLLOW THE LEADER
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
(Alex: Like many Americans, we are celebrating...)
100 YEARS OF FORD
"JUNIOR" COLLAGE
    $200 4
Huckleberry Finn is introduced, carrying a dead cat, in chapter 6 of this novel
    $200 13
Running back Jim Brown
    $200 18
Alvaro Uribe became president of this S. Amer. country in 2002, vowing to get tough on rebels & drug traffickers
    $200 11
Little cocktail sausages wrapped in dough & baked are called "pigs in" these
    $200 26
In 1986, Ford turned to the Zodiac & introduced this model, seen here
    $200 1
Student athletes know it's abbreviated JV
    $400 6
The brooding Dmitri is the oldest of the title characters in this 1879 work
    $400 14
Running back Gale Sayers
    DD: $3,000 22
Bertie Ahern is the Taoiseach or prime minister of this European nation
    $400 12
Ben & Jerry's top-selling ice cream is this flavor named for the old leader of a rock band
    $400 27
You might say "the rubber met the road" when Henry Ford first met this man, beginning their companies' long partnership
    $400 2
James Welch named this popular movie theater candy in 1949
    $600 7
Character who (ironically) remarks, "I shall grow old, and horrible...but this picture will remain always young"
    $600 15
Defensive lineman Mean Joe Greene
    $600 23
Taking over from his assassinated father in 2001, Joseph Kabila is the president of this country once known as Zaire
    $600 19
This steak sauce claims that it "Makes Hamburgers Taste Like Steakburgers"
    $600 28
If this ageless model of Ford van "is rockin', don't come a knockin'"
    $600 3
The All Stars backed up this rockin' frontman
    $800 9
He wasn't at ease writing 1896's "An Outcast of the lslands" in English, but by "Lord Jim", he had the knack
    $800 16
Quarterback Bart Starr
    $800 24
A June 2002 grand council known as a Loya Jirga installed Hamid Karzai as the president of this embattled country
    $800 20
In 1992 a world record 68-foot 9-inch salami was made in this Scandinavian country's city of Flekkefjord
    $800 29
The "adventures" of this model, seen here, included going from small to midsize in the '60s
    $800 5
It was founded in 1901 in New York City by a debutante wanting to help the less fortunate
    $1000 10
Stendhal's "The Charterhouse of" this place is set in a prince's court in northern Italy
    $1000 17
Defensive lineman Merlin Olsen
    $1000 25
In northern Europe, Goran Persson leads as the prime minister of this nation
    $1000 21
(Hi, I'm Eric Idle of Monty Python) One of our classic sketches featured a restaurant where almost every menu item included this meat product
    $1000 30
During WWII, this Ford plant, seen here, turned out an airplane a hour on its assembly line
    $1000 8
It was started in 1919 as a collection of small, after-school business clubs in Massachusetts

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Jim Marilyn Ramar
$1,200 $1,800 $5,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Marilyn Ramar
$6,400 $3,800 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

LATIN AMERICA
BUSINESS PAIRINGS
20th CENTURY PEOPLE
ARCHITECTS & DESIGNERS
HOLLYWOOD MYSTERIES
"K" RATIONS
    $400 2
This country has more than 40% of Latin America's area & about 1/3 of the people
    $400 26
In the 1930s Owens-Illinois merged with this glass-making competitor
    $400 7
She organized a money-raising raffle to give away the car Pope Paul VI gave her on his visit to India in 1964
    $400 12
His "Prairie Style" wasn't always comfy; he once quipped that he was almost always black & blue from his own furniture
    $400 21
Sadly, the 1978 murder of this "Hogan's Heroes" star remains officially unsolved
    $400 1
Gorillas rarely walk upright; instead, they usually support their upper bodies by walking on these
    $800 3
This Venezuelan port grew slowly until oil was discovered at a lake of the same name in 1917
    $800 27
The last name of aviator Glenn, it comes afer Lockheed & before Marietta
    $800 8
His oral polio vaccine was first tested on volunteer cons, then had large-scale tests in the Soviet Union
    $800 13
Bernini, one of this basilica's great architects, designed the magnificent baldacchino over its papal altar
    $800 22
This 21st century action star won't reveal his real name; Mark Vincent is a popular guess
    $800 17
In 1997 Ving Rhames played this larger than life boxing promoter
    $1200 4
A monument to Franklin D. Roosevelt stands at the base of La Loma Hill in this Nicaraguan capital
    $1200 28
In the annals of accountantcy, William Deloitte's name is paired with this man
    $1200 9
In 1900 his institute of technology was founded in Pittsburgh
    DD: $2,000 14
Famous for his "Red Blue" chair, architect Gerrit Rietveld was a leading member of this country's De Stijl group
    $1200 23
In 1952 a benefactor who's still anonymous sent this future queen of TV sketch comedy to UCLA
    $1200 18
(Sofia of the Clue Crew at the Johnson Space Center in Houston) The first element of the ISS was the Zarya control module, launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in this former S.S.R.
    $1600 5
This Indian civilization, likely the earliest in the Americas, flourished in eastern Mexico 1200-400 B.C.
    $1600 29
Peter Bang's partner in hi-fi's
    $1600 10
In 1929 he became director of the Central School of Fine Arts in Mexico
    $1600 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew on the set of "Hairspray") "Hairspray" boasts sets by architect David Rockwell, who designed this L.A. theatre, the new home of the Oscars
    $1600 24
In 1924 producer Thomas Ince mysteriously died during a weekend aboard this tycoon's yacht
    $1600 19
Followers of this man overthrew the Shah of Iran in 1979
    $2000 6
On August 17, 1961 this aid program for Latin America was signed in Punta del Este, Uruguay by the U.S. & 19 nations
    DD: $2,500 11
Mistinguett's dancing partner at the Folies-Bergere in the 1920s, he's associated with Mimi & Gigi
    $2000 16
The best-known piece of furniture designed by Mies van der Rohe is the chair named for this Spanish city
    $2000 25
Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her home in this area of L.A. that gained notice during the O.J. Simpson trial
    $2000 20
This Armenian's 1938 "Poem for Stalin" is less well-known than his "Sabre Dance"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Marilyn Ramar
$20,000 $10,100 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TIME'S MAN OF THE YEAR
(Alex: Time Magazine, of course.)
The only man named Time's Man of the Year 2 straight years, he shared the distinction with Kissinger in 1972

Final scores:

Jim Marilyn Ramar
$21,000 $20,001 $14,600
4-day champion: $84,100 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Marilyn Ramar
$16,600 $12,600 $7,400
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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