Show #3944 - Thursday, October 25, 2001

2001 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 4.

(Jimmy: ¡Hola! Soy Jimmy de la Clue Crew. Hoy en Jeopardy! hablamos español--¡y más!)

Contestants

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Brad Rutter, a network administrator from Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Bob Fleenor, a newspaper copy editor from Martinsburg, West Virginia

Doug Lach, a marketing manager from Columbus, Ohio

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Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY LOCALES
FASHION
POX, PLAGUE & PESTILENCE
INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN
FIRST LADIES
¿HABLA ESPAÑOL? ¡SÍ!
    $100 6
African-American writer Chester Himes exploded with "A Rage in" this section of Manhattan
    $100 21
The length of these ladylike accessories is denoted by buttons; 16-button ones are formal length
    $100 16
This man who found Livingstone also helped spread Congolese sleeping sickness while establishing trading stations
    $100 1
Golfer Greg Norman was born in this country
    $100 11
A former school librarian, she helped organize the Texas Book Festival to raise money for local libraries
    $100 24
If you want to show off your bronco riding & calf roping skills enter this public exhibition, hombre
    $200 7
John Steinbeck describes this title fish processing area in Monterey, Ca. as "A poem, a stink, a grating noise"
    $200 22
Prince William's alma mater, this school known for its "playing fields" had a jacket named for it
    $200 17
The first recorded epidemic of this salivary gland-swelling disease was described around 410 B.C. in Greece
    $200 2
Germany's Jan Ullrich gained glory through this pursuit
    $200 12
This first lady was all smiles in the photo seen here, taken at her surprise birthday party in 1954
    $200 25
My wife claims I am muy this, manly & assertive, just like the Village People song
    $300 8
In an Erich Maria Remarque novel, "The army report confined itself to a single sentence"--this, the book's title
    $300 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a "boat.") Wear this neckline whose name is French for "boat" & you'll be cruising in a style popular in the '20s & '30s
    $300 18
Causing thousands of deaths, abnormally high temperatures in 1803 led to Spanish outbreaks of this colorful fever
    $300 3
Sport that made Jean-Claude Killy famous
    $300 13
Born Elizabeth Bloomer, she sprang up in Chicago in 1918
    $300 28
These irregular soldiers who harass the enemy have a type of warfare named for them
    $400 9
Machines are forbidden in this remote land, the subject of an 1872 satire by Samuel Butler
    $400 26
People magazine said this rock star's daughter Jade launched her line of jewelry in a see-through dress
    $400 19
Deadly outbreaks of cholera & typhus struck British, French & Russian soldiers equally in this 1853-56 war
    $400 4
Auto racer born in Dunbartonshire, Scotland in 1939
    DD: $2,800 14
Her feelings about thespians might have been improved when Sarah Bernhardt reportedly saved her life in 1880
    $400 29
Lorne Greene & his amigos could find this source of great & sudden wealth near the Ponderosa
    $500 10
The high-spirited mistresses Ford & Page are the title married women of this place in a Shakespeare play
    $500 27
In the 1800s it was fashionable to wear a cap named for this woman who stabbed Jean-Paul Marat
    $500 20
A devastating 17th c. plague epidemic on this island 58 miles south of Sicily killed 1 in 7 people
    $500 5
This British-born boxer won the WBC heavyweight title in 1992
    $500 15
Largely an invalid, Eliza, wife of this "Tennessee Tailor", made only 2 public appearances as first lady
    $500 30
This type of person is a fan of a hobby or activity, con mucho gusto

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

Doug Bob Brad
-$100 $200 $6,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Bob Brad
$500 $1,100 $8,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIOLOGY
SPECIAL "K" PLACES
THIS YEAR'S HEADLINE!
(Alex: You identify the year, of course.)
AMERICAN RHODES SCHOLARS
DON'T LISTEN TO THEM!
HOMOPHONES
    $200 1
Round, wrinkled, green seed or yellow seed are differences in the 7 traits of these plants Mendel studied
    $200 8
Lots of places have an Oktoberfest, but the town of Liberal in this state has an Oztoberfest
    $200 12
Nixon Resigns as President!
    $200 3
This "Man from Hope" was a '68 recipient
    $200 26
An Actors Studio founder once said of this play, "Who wants to see a play about an unhappy traveling salesman?"
    $200 21
A baby may do this when this plaything bounces away
    $400 2
A father contributes an X chromosome to create a daughter & this chromosome to create a son
    $400 13
Snowy peaks surround Bishkek, the capital of this country (hint: most of the people speak Kyrgyz)
    $400 17
Soviets Send First Man Into Space!
    $400 5
A scholar was born with the 1958 selection of this man who wrote the song "Me And Bobby McGee"
    $400 27
Just before its fateful 1912 voyage began, a deckhand asserted, "God himself couldn't sink this ship"
    $400 22
The crust end of a loaf of bread, or to make well
    $600 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew cracks the case.) It's the total number of cells in this yellow egg yolk
    $600 14
Seen here in all its glory, Waimea Canyon on this island is known as the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific"
    $600 18
Joe Namath & the Jets Win the Super Bowl!
    $600 9
He was on the Rhodes to success in '65 but got Gore-d in the 2000 presidential primaries
    $600 28
About this film Irving Thalberg predicted, "Forget it, Louis. No Civil War picture ever made a nickel"
    $600 23
Possess, or divide into 2 equal pieces
    $800 6
Oxygen is a waste product of this metabolic process in green plants
    $800 15
When visiting this London palace that was home to Princess Di, stop for a spot of tea at the Orangery
    $800 19
Bolsheviks Kill the Czar & His Family!
    $800 10
He wasn't focused properly when he studied law at Oxford; astronomy was his calling & a space telescope was named for him
    $800 29
In 1839 French painter Paul Delaroche said, "From today painting is dead" after an exhibition of these
    $800 24
Makes noise like a donkey, or to cook fat-browned meat slowly in a small amount of liquid in a covered pot
    $1000 7
Chitin is the main component in this supportive outside covering of lobsters & insects
    DD: $1,000 16
The 2 "K" towns--one in Florida & one in Idaho--that were home to Hemingway
    $1000 20
Hong Kong Returned to China!
    DD: $1,600 11
Some say Rob Lowe's "West Wing" character is based on this 1984 Rhodes Scholar, now an ABC News commentator
    $1000 30
Returning from Munich in 1938 he predicted, "I believe it is peace in our time"
    $1000 25
Maybe, just perhaps, this small arachnid will attack your plant

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Bob Brad
$5,300 $2,500 $18,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

7-LETTER WORDS
It's from the Greek for "a place for watching"

Final scores:

Doug Bob Brad
$0 $2 $18,000
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Bob Brad
$5,300 $2,500 $15,000
14 R,
3 W
6 R,
1 W
36 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,800

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