Show #4337 - Tuesday, June 10, 2003

Jim Stalley game 5.

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Donna Duessel, an environmental manager from Derby, Connecticut

Guy Jordan, a graduate student from College Park, Maryland

Jim Stalley, a crime data specialist from Denver, Colorado (whose 4-day cash winnings total $84,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE GIDEON BIBLE
ANIMALIA
WINE TASTING
EDUCATION
WHAT MOVES YOU?
WE NEED "ACTION"
    $200 16
"What the Bible says about" this place is "In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God"
    $200 1
Dr. Seuss' Yertle was one
    $200 6
This wine sometimes called "Cab" is known for its cherry & raspberry flavors
    $200 11
The "ec" in home ec is short for this
    $200 26
(Sofia of the Clue Crew holds a balloon.) I'm demonstrating a simple example of this form of propulsion
    $200 21
Hasbro's G.I. Joe is one of these
    $400 17
Jesus said "The first & greatest of" these is to love God with all your heart, soul & mind
    $400 2
In Ray Stevens' "Ahab the Arab", Clyde was one of these
    $400 7
Limberger, an acidy Austrian red, might go well with the strong Limburger type of this
    $400 12
Listed as one word in Encarta & 2 in the World Book, it's the system of parents educating their own kids
    $400 27
(I'm Hall of Fame running back John Riggins.) One of my nicknames was this, the type of engine that powers most trucks & buses
    $400 22
Litigation brought by multiple plaintiffs sharing the same legal problem
    $600 18
If you can't sleep, try counting this 5-letter word meaning "fathered" -- we got 39 in Matthew 1
    $600 3
Scatter was the name of Elvis' chimp; this is Michael Jackson's
    $600 8
The honeyed quality of Sauternes makes it this type of wine named for a course
    DD: $1,800 13
From the Latin for "citizen", it's a high school class that studies politics & government
    $600 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.) The Arctic robot Hyperion operates on & can move to maximize this type of power
    $600 23
If you're a PAC man in Washington, D.C. you belong to one of these interest groups
    $800 19
One "Historical Highlight" is the dedication of this by Solomon, found in 2 Chronicles
    $800 4
The Bionic Woman's Max was this breed of dog
    $800 9
Generally, Bardolino is light-bodied, but Barolo is this, the opposite
    $800 14
The new math introduced in the '60s added bases other than this most common one
    $800 29
The V2 type of this weapon was powered by alcohol & liquid oxygen
    $800 24
It's where Superman made his debut in 1938
    $1000 20
For late-night comfort, turn to Psalm 23, which ends, "And I will dwell in" this place "for ever"
    $1000 5
Shari Lewis' puppets included Lamb Chop & Charlie this
    $1000 10
Johannisberg is a popular type of this white wine known for its fruity flavor & crisp finish
    $1000 15
The SATs are administered by ETS, which is a vendor of the CEEB, which stands for this
    $1000 30
A helicopter can fly because its blades are curved to create differential in this above & below them
    $1000 25
A small-scale military operation undertaken without a declaration of war; Korea, for example

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

Jim Guy Donna
$2,800 $3,600 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Guy Donna
$5,400 $4,000 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

CANADA
ENDS IN "X"
CITIES OF DEATH
WALL STREET TALK
IT'S MY PARTY
(Alex: And I'll cry if I want to!)
LET'S ROCK
    $400 2
The Canadian legislature has 2 houses: the upper house, or Senate, & the lower house called this, as in the U.K.
    $400 1
It's the only New York City borough that's entirely on the mainland
    $400 17
Lee Harvey Oswald
    $400 21
On July 20, 1999 the opening bell was rung off of Wall Street; way off, it was on one of these in San Francisco
    $400 11
About 3% of the popular vote in the 2000 presidential election went to a candidate from this party
    $400 26
This Paul Simon song begins, "I'm sitting in the railway station, got a ticket for my destination"
    $800 3
About 80% of Canada's oil & natural gas comes from the plains of this westernmost prairie province
    $800 7
It's the big puddy tat seen here
    $800 18
Robespierre
    $800 22
In an alligator spread in the options market, these of the broker are so big they eat all your profit
    $800 12
There were 3 Progressive Parties in the 20th century; only the one in 1912 had this animal nickname
    $800 27
In 1964 Indiana governor Matthew Welsh declared this Kingsmen song to be "pornographic"
    $1200 4
This province's port of Churchill is the "Polar Bear Capital of the World"
    $1200 8
It's the arrangement of the relationship among words in a sentence, or the study of it
    $1200 16
Davy Crockett
    DD: $2,000 23
Dow Jones has 3 big stock averages: transportation, utility & this
    $1200 13
John Schmitz in '72 was American; Perot in '92 was Independent, & this man in 1968 was American Independent
    $1200 28
"Hello, I Love You" was the first track on "Waiting for the Sun", this group's only No. 1 album
    DD: $2,000 5
Canada has over 20,000 miles of railroad tracks, but this smallest province has none
    $1600 9
The original Dutch title of Anne Frank's diary was "Het Achterhuis", translated as this "secret" place
    $1600 19
Peter the Great
    $1600 24
It can be a sharp, short price decline that interrupts a persistent upward trend, or a fluid for typos
    $1600 14
Some say the Democratic Party can be traced back to a 1790s coalition with this hyphenated name
    $1600 29
This quartet leader died young & mysteriously in 1966, but his music lives on

"I fought the law and the law won..."
    $2000 6
This peak, Canada's highest point, was named for the founder of the Geological Survey of Canada
    $2000 10
Next to Achilles, he was the strongest & bravest of the Greeks in the Trojan War
    $2000 20
Chiang Kai-shek
    $2000 25
The P/E of GE or any company is this ratio
    $2000 15
The slogan of this party that nominated Martin Van Buren in 1848 included "Free Speech, Free Labor, & Free Men"
    $2000 30
In 1990 Rod Stewart sang, "All my dreams fall like rain on" one of these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Guy Donna
$11,000 $8,800 $15,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2001 NEWS
(Alex: Think back.)
On May 9, 2001 he signed a state law banning punch-card voting

Final scores:

Jim Guy Donna
$21,990 $8,800 $22,001
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $22,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Guy Donna
$12,600 $7,600 $15,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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