Show #6454 - Thursday, October 11, 2012

Stephanie Jass game 4.

Contestants

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Hilary Hultman-Lee, a mom and tutor from Sterling, Virginia

Tom Conn, a claims processor and sports broadcaster from Saint Anne, Illinois

Stephanie Jass, a history professor from Milan, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $66,770)

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Jeopardy! Round

TALKIN' FOOTBALL
"X"s & "O"s
PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES
I THEE WED
YOU'VE BEEN SCHOOLED!
LOOKING DOWN WITH GEOEYE
    $200 1
In 2012, after turning Denver's 2011 season around, this quarterback was traded to the Jets
    $200 3
"Horst Q. Limpit died aged 97 of athlete's foot", begins this type of article
    $200 15
Simi Valley, California
    $200 5
"Weddings for Dummies" says, "If the groom arrives late with a crooked tie", this person "takes the heat"
    $200 9
Referring to the city it serves, it's a nonresidential junior college
    $200 26
From the heavens, this East Coast structure looks like part of an enormous sun dial
    $400 2
Robert Griffin III is the first player from this Waco, Texas university to win the Heisman
    $400 4
Let there be light with this element discovered in 1898
    $400 19
Little Rock, Arkansas
    $400 12
Traditionally the groom throws this, often made of blue satin, at single men; catch it & you're next at the altar!
    $400 10
This term for elementary school sounds like a good place to learn the rules of word usage
    $400 27
Seen here off the Australian coast, this type of countercurrent that's also a first name can last a year
    $600 6
George Halas was 72 during his last season as head coach of this NFL team
    $600 16
This French word refers to the works of an artist taken as a whole
    $600 21
At Columbia Point in Boston, Massachusetts
    $600 20
In bridal fashions blusher, cascade & birdcage are types of these
    $600 11
Often remedial, this session is also the title of a Mark Harmon film released in July 1987
    $600 28
Spreading four miles into the Persian Gulf, manmade Palm Jumeirah in this nation was built to hold more than 2,000 villas
    $800 7
This bowl began in 1935 with local Miami getting blanked 26-0 by Bucknell
    $800 17
A university in Ohio, or the last name of a Spanish saint
    $800 22
Ann Arbor, Michigan
    $800 24
This economic contraction... oh, wait, it's a wedding category... this begins when the organist plays the happy music
    $800 13
John Gray got his Ph.D. with help from the USPS via this type of course
    $800 29
You can see why this Down Under landmark was revered by aboriginal people
    $1000 8
In December 2011 Tom Coughlin's job security as this team's head coach was being debated; not so much in 2012
    $1000 18
It sounds like a big mode of transport, but it's a congressional bill dealing with a large number of items
    $1000 23
Abilene, Kansas
    $1000 25
Reportedly, an "unfaithful" clause in this agreement with Charlie Sheen got $4 million for Denise Richards
    DD: $600 14
From the Greek for "many skills", it's an engineering school that teaches industrial arts & applied sciences
    $1000 30
Odds are you'll recognize this location named for a former Nevada senator

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

Stephanie Tom Hilary
$1,400 $2,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephanie Tom Hilary
$5,600 $2,800 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

1920s BESTSELLERS
STARTS WITH 2 VOWELS
(Alex: We'll need both names in...)
ALLITERATIVE AMERICANS
ALSO A TRIBE OF ISRAEL
THE REPUBLIC
SUMMER ENTERTAINMENT 2012
    $400 5
In 1923 her "Etiquette" book was sitting pretty at the top of the nonfiction list
    $400 1
It's the remote rural area not only of Australia but of New Zealand as well
    $400 12
She won an Oscar playing a nun in "Dead Man Walking"
    $400 21
It precedes "Strauss" in the name of a San Francisco apparel manufacturer
    $400 26
In 2012 Danilo Medina was elected president of this Caribbean country with "Republic" in its name
    $400 4
A great line in "The Avengers": this patriotic character saying, "Hulk--smash"
    $800 17
Believe it or not, his "Believe It or Not" was a bestseller in 1929
    $800 2
As a noun it refers to soft mud or slime; as a verb it means to leak out slowly, as through a small opening
    $800 13
A statue in Eugene, Oregon honors this "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" author who lived in the city
    $800 22
A sandwich served on rye
    $800 27
It encompasses the historical provinces of Bohemia & Moravia
    $800 6
This show about a teacher-turned-meth maker had its most-watched episode with its Season 5 premiere
    DD: $2,000 18
"Revolt in the Desert", about his exploits in Arabia, was a nonfiction bestseller in 1927
    $1200 3
Last name of the man who ran both Ford & Chrysler, & introduced the Mustang in 1964
    $1200 14
In 1908, he became the first black heavyweight champion of the world
    $1200 23
Slang for a $100 bill
    $1200 28
From 1798 to 1803 the Helvetic Republic governed most of this country
    $1200 7
This actor swung through Manhattan as "The Amazing Spider-Man"
    $1600 19
In 1926 Edna Ferber "cruised" up the bestseller list with this novel that became a musical
    $1600 10
From the Greek for "well-bearing", it's an elevated sense of well-being or elation
    DD: $2,000 15
Among the holdings in his financial empire were an aircraft company, RKO Pictures & lots of stock in TWA
    $1600 24
To move about aimlessly; it's found before "fly"
    $1600 29
Kinshasa is the capital of the Democratic Republic of this
    $1600 8
This "dogged" rapper went "Back In Time" on the "Men in Black 3" soundtrack
    $2000 20
In this bestseller Sinclair Lewis modeled Gopher Prairie after his home town of Sauk Centre, Minnesota
    $2000 11
The heights of layers of this atmospheric region vary depending on changes in solar radiation
    $2000 16
Famous for his American flag paintings, he was saluted with a Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2011
    $2000 25
A degree of expertise in karate or judo
    $2000 30
This republic governed Germany from the end of World War I to the rise of Hitler
    $2000 9
A woman disappears on her anniversary in this bestselling alliterative novel by Gillian Flynn

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephanie Tom Hilary
$24,400 $4,000 $12,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NONFICTION
In an 1854 work, this title body of water was compared with the proportions of Loch Fyne

Final scores:

Stephanie Tom Hilary
$23,400 $4,000 $199
4-day champion: $90,170 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephanie Tom Hilary
$23,200 $4,600 $12,400
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
6 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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