Show #4756 - Monday, April 18, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 2, game 4.

Contestants

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Michael Daunt, an accountant from Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Bob Harris, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Bruce Borchardt, a metrologist from Washington, D.C.

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC QUOTATIONS
PLAYING PRESIDENT
FISH, BIRD OR MAMMAL
BRITISH SPELLING BEE
(Alex: You have to spell your response... the way the British do.)
BEEN THERE...
DONE THAT
    $200 18
In "Notes on Hospitals", she wrote that the first requirement of a hospital is to "do the sick no harm"
    $200 12
The 2003 movie with James Brolin as him aired on Showtime after CBS dropped it
    $200 26
The bearded tit
    $200 1
In the British version of Monopoly, you might draw a card saying "Go directly to" this lockup
    $200 7
This country is in the east of a subcontinent
    $200 5
In 1817 Scotland's David Brewster patented this pattern-making tube made with mirrors & ground glass
    $400 19
This 4-letter word precedes "Caesar, we who are about to die salute thee"
    $400 13
Charlton Heston is seen here as this prickly character before he became president

"What did you say?"
"I said, 'I wonder whose bed Rachael'll be putting her moccasins under next.'"
[Smack!]
    $400 27
The coati
    $400 2
The equivalent of our own Donald Rumsfeld, the UK's Geoffrey Hoon is the minister of this
    $400 8
This nation sticks out like a sore thumb
    $400 6
Samuel B. Fay patented the first bent-wire one of these in 1867; it was originally used to attach tags to fabric
    $600 20
When he landed on Leyte Island in October 1944, he said, "The hour of your redemption is here"
    $600 14
E.G. Marshall, Robert Duvall & Tom Selleck have all played this U.S. president
    $600 28
The skipjack
    $600 3
Lovely Rita of Liverpool knows this unit of measure is 39.37 inches
    $600 9
It extends about 3,200 miles from east to west
    $600 23
Robert Banks & John Hogan invented a type of this substance, giving grocery shoppers a checkout choice
    $800 21
In 1811 Joseph de Maistre wrote in "Letter to X", "Every nation has the" one of these "it deserves"
    DD: $1,000 15
William Parry was James Garfield in the originial production of this Sondheim musical
    $800 29
The wahoo
    $800 4
With no pence on hand, you might ask the curry restaurant, "Will you take" a personal one of these?
    $800 10
You don't hear so much about the East Bank where this country is
    $800 24
Burglar alarm seller E.T. Holmes employed the 1st of these in 1877, "plugging in" 6 Boston telephone subscribers
    $1000 22
At Manila Bay, Commodore Dewey said to this captain of his flagship, "You may fire when you are ready..."
    $1000 16
Kelsey Grammer played this general in A&E's 2003 "Benedict Arnold"
    $1000 30
The margay
    $1000 17
In England Walt Disney would have had a "Wonderful World of" this
    $1000 11
Formerly a British protectorate, it's the republic outlined here
    $1000 25
In 1775 American inventor David Bushnell built a working one of these vehicles he called "The Turtle"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Bruce Bob Michael
$1,400 $3,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Bob Michael
$3,200 $3,600 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

EGYPTIAN LIFE
1970s POP MUSIC
LABOR
YOUR NUMBER'S UP
FILL IN THE TITLE
I'M JUST A "BILL"
(Alex: And each correct response will begin with those letters.)
    $400 2
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Cairo, Egypt.) As in many Arab countries a standard greeting is "salam alekum" which literally wishes this to the other person
    $400 26
In this hit Barry Manilow sings that "Time in New England took me away, to long rocky beaches & you by the bay"
    $400 1
This word refers to an employer's refusal to let employees enter the workplace without accepting his terms
    $400 21
Number of face cards in a standard deck
    $400 16
Jack Kerouac:
"The _____ Bums"
    $400 11
P.T. Barnum used them to advertise his attractions in the 1840s
    $800 3
When drinking ahwa, leave these in the bottom of the cup, where they're read like tea leaves
    $800 27
This Fleetwood Mac album spent 31 weeks at No. 1, more than any other album of the 1970s
    $800 4
The Pittsburgh-based union of these workers was not happy with Pres. Bush's decision to lift tariffs
    $800 22
Number of stars on the U.S. flag for the longest period of time
    $800 17
Nathaniel Hawthorne:
"The Blithedale _____"
    $800 12
The top of this recreation item is called the bed & may be 800 pounds of slate
    $1200 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Cairo, Egypt.) I'm in Cairo's Khan El-khalili Bazaar, known here by this one-syllable Arabic name for a main market
    $1200 28
It was Mike Love who gave Daryl Dragon this nickname
    DD: $4,400 5
His entry in the World Book lists birth & death as (1913-1975?)
    $1200 23
Classic game show hosted by Jack Barry & Maury Povich
    $1200 18
Joseph Conrad:
"The Secret _____"
    $1200 13
Lodging for a soldier
    $1600 9
City dwellers can get away to Ras Mohammed National Park on these 2 gulfs
    $1600 29
In 1977 Stevie Wonder sang, "There's Basie, Miller, Satchmo and the king of all", him
    $1600 6
Members of the Industrial Workers of the World were sometimes called by this "shaky" nickname
    $1600 24
Record number of wins in one NBA season, by the Chicago Bulls in 1995-96
    $1600 19
John Stuart Mill:
"The Subjection of _____"
    $1600 14
The psalmist says, "Deep calleth unto deep... all thy waves and" these "are gone over me"
    $2000 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from a bookstore in Cairo, Egypt.) Browsing Cairo's many bookstores, you'll inevitably come across works by this author, the 1988 Nobel Prize winner
    $2000 30
"And if one night you hear crying from above, it's 'cause" of this, the title of a 1976 hit
    $2000 7
A 1970 act of Congress created this agency that develops standards to help workers survive the workplace
    DD: $3,000 25
Number of different opening moves possible by one player in a game of chess
    $2000 20
William Dean Howells:
"The Rise of _____"
    $2000 15
The name of this London fish market became synonymous with abusive language

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Bob Michael
$8,400 $17,200 $16,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

INVENTED WORDS
In works by Lewis Carroll, this word means "four in the afternoon; the time when you begin broiling things for dinner"

Final scores:

Bruce Bob Michael
$8,400 $2,200 $22,801
2nd place: $10,000 3rd place: $10,000 Winner: $22,801 + an advance to UToC Round 3

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bruce Bob Michael
$8,400 $15,000 $15,000
12 R,
0 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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