Show #4495 - Friday, March 5, 2004

Contestants

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Beth Graham, a library public relations manager from San Antonio, Texas

Phil York, a bus driver from Springfield, Virginia

Matt Fisher, an attorney from Indianapolis, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

VICE PRESIDENTS WHO BECAME PRESIDENT
PUGILISTIC SOBRIQUETS
CHILDREN'S LIT
FRAGRANCES
WHERE AM I?
HOMOPHONES
    $200 11
Raised in Whittier, California
    $200 20
Once known as "The Louisville Lip", he later became "The Greatest"
    $200 10
Adelheid is the real name of this orphan girl of the Swiss Alps
    $200 25
Her No. 5 perfume was later joined by Nos. 22 & 19
    $200 1
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) I'm in this city; Bookbinder's is under renovations, so it has to be a cheesesteak
    $200 3
A squash or pumpkin, or pierced by a bull's horn
    $400 12
His wife is seen here
    $400 21
When asked about his future plans, this boxer known as "Iron Mike" said, "I don't know...I might just fade into Bolivian"
    $400 13
In Robert Lawson's "Ben and Me", Ben is Benjamin Franklin & Me is Amos, one of these creatures who lives in Ben's cap
    $400 27
Eternity, Truth, Obsession: they're all fragrances from this designer
    $400 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew) I'm in this New England state, the U.S.A.'s largest producer of maple syrup
    $400 6
A corridor, or to drag away a load
    $600 18
The last to become president because of the death of a president
    $600 22
Lightweight champ Ray Mancini received this nickname that his father also used as a top contender
    $600 14
"The Last Battle" by C.S. Lewis chronicles the last days of this magical land
    $600 28
You might say this man's cologne, introduced by Bijan in 1996, is a real slam dunk
    $600 4
(Sarah) I'm taking off from this state capital that shares its name with a 1,500-square-mile ice field
    $600 7
A jack in a deck of cards, or part of a church
    $800 19
In the early '40s he was among the youngest pilots in the U.S. Navy
    $800 23
This nickname of Oscar De La Hoya is the title of a 1939 film with William Holden as a boxer
    $800 15
I can't always see "My Shadow" but I can always read about it in this Scotsman's "A Child's Garden of Verses"
    $800 29
In addition to the original, Ralph Lauren has Sport & Sport Extreme versions of this fragrance
    $800 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew) I'm at Lumahai Beach on this gorgeous "Garden Island"
    $800 8
A young deer, or a mythical Roman deity, half-man, half-goat
    DD: $1,600 26
In 1910 he flew in a plane built by the Wright Brothers
    $1000 24
"Killer" nickname of Thomas Hearns, who held world titles in 4 different weight classes
    $1000 16
He's the author & illustrator of such popular books as "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" & "The Very Busy Spider"
    $1000 30
In 2003 her Youth-Dew was packaged in a golden bottle to celebrate its 50th anniversary
    $1000 17
(Sofia) I'm on Squaw Peak in eastern California, looking down at this lake with a Native American name
    $1000 9
Rough in texture, or a semester-long class at school

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

Matt Phil Beth
-$800 $0 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Phil Beth
$4,200 $2,400 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

INTO AFRICA
SINGERS' FIRST FILMS
WILDLIFE
A HEAD FOR BUSINESS
I LIKE "U"
SEW WHAT?
    $400 23
Italy invaded this north African country in 1911 & took control in 1912
    $400 1
"Love Me Tender"
    $400 11
Bison may have reached America during the Pleistocene epoch via a land bridge across what's now this strait
    $400 9
Idaho billionaire J.R. Simplot supplies half of these items that McDonald's sells
    $400 2
In 2000 its rings were seen for the first time by a telescope on Earth, the new Keck II in Hawaii
    $400 7
If your pincushion is this, keep it away from your computerized sewing machine; it could erase the memory
    $800 27
The winner of 7 Oscars, the 1985 film "Out of Africa" takes place largely on a plantation in this country
    $800 14
"Boyz n the Hood"
    $800 12
A group of these normally consists of a few females, offspring & an adult male known as a silverback
    $800 22
A pregnant Ethel Gant, unable to fit into girdle or garter, gave her textile-executive husband the idea for this garment
    $800 3
It's a word meaning a salve or balm
    $800 8
The handy-dandy device seen here helps sewers do this
    $1200 28
The French governed this republic under the territorial name Ubangi-Chari
    $1200 18
"Purple Rain"
    $1200 15
Beetles range in size from 1/100 inch long to this giant that measures more than 4 inches
    $1200 24
Hilton is a last name; this brand now on Regency Hotels was the first name of Mr. Von Dehn
    $1200 4
In 1992 singer Van Morrison received an honorary degree from Northern Ireland's University of this
    $1200 10
Fabrics come in 3 basic categories: natural, synthetic & this, like cotton/polyester
    $1600 29
Of the 5 African countries that border the Mediterranean, it's the largest in area
    $1600 20
"Tremors"
    $1600 16
In North America it's sometimes called a short-tailed weasel
    DD: $1,000 25
Paul Galvin started making car radios -- motorized Victrolas, you might say -- under this name
    $1600 5
This pharmaceutical company was founded in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1886
    $1600 13
You may be able to let this down & face it if your skirt's too short
    $2000 30
(Hi, I'm Chris Matthews) In my youth I worked as a Peace Corps volunteer in this southern African kingdom now ruled by King Mswati III
    $2000 21
"Memphis Belle"
    $2000 17
The Canadian type of this cat has very large feet padded with extra hair in winter to chase down snowshoe rabbits
    $2000 26
These brothers ran a movie theater before going into production with Miramax
    DD: $600 6
Heisenberg stated in it, you can't simultaneously determine the position & momentum of a particle
    $2000 19
These stitched folds run the entire length of a garment & may be plain, pin, shell or friar (okay, that one's a joke)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Phil Beth
$10,600 $2,400 $14,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS
This book says, "Monday burn Millay, Wednesday Whitman, Friday Faulkner...that's our official slogan"

Final scores:

Matt Phil Beth
$10,600 $2,400 $21,201
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $21,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matt Phil Beth
$10,000 $2,400 $17,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
10 R,
5 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,400

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