Show #4267 - Tuesday, March 4, 2003

(Sofia: Find out one secret to keeping your balance in life, coming up on Jeopardy!)

Contestants

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Charlotte Renshaw, an appraiser from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Anthony Trifilio, a construction worker from Brooklyn, New York

Joe Ingoglia, a Boys & Girls Club director from Bellingham, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

IN OLD DETROIT
YALE DRAMA SCHOOL ALUMNI
CAPITAL CITY HOTELS
PARROTS
WOOD-POURRI
THIS MEANS "WAR"
    $200 26
In 1701 Cadillac founded Detroit as a good spot to trade in these
    $200 11
Going to school at Yale got her into films like "Sophie's Choice"
    $200 16
The Hotel Zarya,
the Hotel Sputnik
    $200 21
It's the predominant body color of most parrots
    $200 1
In March 2002 he became the first PGA player to win 3 different events 3 consecutive times
    $200 6
Principal prison official
    $400 27
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the Detroit Historical Museum) The five-&-dime opened by this man in 1899 evolved into the K-Mart Corporation
    $400 12
He had some "Happy Days" at Yale long before starring in "The Dinner Party" on Broadway in 2000
    $400 17
The Keio Plaza Inter-Continental & the Hotel Seiyo Ginza
    $400 22
The nocturnal owl parrot, or kakapo, of New Zealand, is terrestrial, meaning unable to do this
    $400 2
In 1994 & 1999 this rock festival celebrated its 25th & 30th anniversaries with new concerts
    $400 7
Clothes collection
    $600 28
It hosted Major League Baseball from 1912, when it was Navin Field, through 1999
    $600 13
That her acceptance to Yale was addressed to a "Mr." was a bit "Alien"
    $600 18
The El Gezirah Sheraton,
the Ramses Hilton
    $600 23
In parrots these are zygodactyl -- the first & fourth are turned backwards
    $600 3
"Knock Knock" Guess Who? It's this bird that made his cartoon debut in "Knock Knock" in 1940
    $600 8
Wild African seen here
    DD: $1,000 29
In the early 1800s Judge Augustus Woodward planned Detroit on a hub-&-spokes plan modeled on this city
    $800 14
This "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" star attended Yale on a scholarship
    $800 19
The Hotel Amiga,
the Hotel Hyundai
    $800 24
The Carolina species of this small parrot was once native to North America but died out around 1920
    $800 4
You certainly will go down to da-feet knowing sabots are these
    $800 9
A guarantee on purchased goods
    $1000 15
In 2000 this Yale grad was TV's "DAG"
    $1000 20
The Scandic Jarva Krog,
the Kung Carl
    $1000 25
At almost 40 inches in length, the hyacinth species of this South American bird is the largest parrot
    $1000 5
In 1855 one of this notorious hall's leaders, Fernando Wood, became mayor of New York City
    $1000 10
A town at the mouth of the Providence River

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

Joe Anthony Charlotte
$2,600 $3,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Anthony Charlotte
$2,400 $3,200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ROYALTY
THURSDAY NIGHT TV
GET OUT YOUR LIBRARY TABLETS
LUMBERJACK TALK
WE CAN'T GET ENOUGH OPERA!
2 "P"s
(Alex: There will be 2 prominent "P"s in each correct response.)
    DD: $200 21
Franz Joseph'a 68-year reign over Austria-Hungary was the longest of any ruler of this royal family
    $400 1
In 1982 "Fame" was followed by this bar-set sitcom
    $400 6
A library in a villa in Herculaneum buried by this volcano's eruption in 79 A.D. was found in the mid-1700s
    $400 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Minnesota) In 1884 lumberjacks on the Mississippi cleared a 7-mile one of these, which can also mean "a deadlock"
    $400 23
In 1989 the English National Opera presented "The Love for Three Oranges" with scratch-&-do this cards
    $400 16
To affordably ship up to 70 pounds of...whatever, try this from the U.S. Postal Service
    $800 22
Marie Antoinette presumably let them eat cake at her wedding to this future king in 1770
    $800 2
This actor faced a lifetime's worth of emergencies on Thursday nights as "ER" doc Mark Greene
    $800 7
Aristotle's personal library was probably the inspiration for this world-famous library in Egypt
    $800 12
They're poles on which logs are rolled; if you've "hit" them, you're in bad shape
    $800 27
Of adapting this Southern play, Andre Previn said it's "always been an opera. It's just that the music was missing"
    $800 17
Here's Sitting Bull holding one on his lap
    $1200 24
After declining the Greek throne, Leopold I became king of this country in 1831
    $1200 3
This Robert Stack show diversified its hoodlums after protests from Italian-American groups
    $1200 8
It's said that the Pergamenes invented this material when Ptolemy denied them papyrus for their library
    $1200 13
(Sofia of the Clue Crew in Minnesota) The name of this type of saw means that the lumberjack is not going with the grain
    $1200 28
In this German composer's "The Royal Children", a goose-girl gets poisoned by -- you guessed it! -- a witch!
    DD: $1,200 18
A particular personal annoyance commonly listed in high school yearbooks
    $1600 25
She's princess of Orange-Nassau as well as queen of the Netherlands
    $1600 4
This cop show seen on Thursdays in the early '70s was named for its main character (played by Raymond Burr) seen here
    $1600 9
Among the amenities of these built by Trajan & Caracalla were libraries
    $1600 14
A type of shady payment in business, or a very, very, very dangerous event with a chainsaw
    $1600 19
This Microsoft presentation graphics program has been ubiquitous in the business world
    $2000 26
England's last Lancastrian king, he was imprisoned & murdered in the Tower of London in 1471
    $2000 5
In the '90s show "My So-Called Life", Claire Danes' Angela pined for this boy played by Jared Leto
    $2000 10
Ashurbanipal's library in Nineveh included a copy of the famous epic of this Sumerian king
    $2000 15
(Sofia of the Clue Crew in Minnesota) "Don't look at your feet" is rule No. 1 from the American Association for this, a synonym of "logrolling"
    $2000 20
The Indiana World War Memorial has a bronze statue called this, Latin for "for one's country"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Anthony Charlotte
$6,800 $4,000 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MILITARY AVIATION
In 1911 this nation was the 1st to use powered aircraft for military purposes when it spied on Turkish activities in Libya

Final scores:

Joe Anthony Charlotte
$1 $8,000 $6,400
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $8,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joe Anthony Charlotte
$6,800 $4,000 $7,400
17 R,
4 W
14 R,
4 W
10 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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