Show #4806 - Monday, June 27, 2005

Contestants

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Andy Sanderson, a high school English teacher from Mount Morris, New York

Sarah Johnson, a law clerk originally from Newport News, Virginia

Morgan Chase, a mathematics educator originally from Antrim, New Hampshire (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,417)

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Jeopardy! Round

OFFICIAL STATE SEALS
MOVIE CROSSWORD CLUES "G"
THIRD PARTY PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
ADVERTISING
TANGENTIAL ETRUSCAN POTPOURRI
ANIMAL WORDS & PHRASES
    $200 21
Its seal shows a map of the state with "Georgia" on one side & "Mississippi" on the other
    $200 4
Multi-Oscared Mahatma movie
(6)
    $200 16
This billionaire Texan ran in 1992 & again in 1996
    $200 8
Spike Lee, Britney Spears & yours truly have sported these in advertisements for milk
    $200 1
Since they peaked 2,500 years ago, you won't find many Etruscans catching jazz in this city's Preservation Hall
    $200 2
Beware of the wolf wearing this
    $400 22
Symbols on its seal include the North Star, a moose & a pine tree
    $400 9
"Enormous" hit, for Hudson
(5)
    $400 17
In 1968 this former Governor won 13.5% of the vote & carried 5 states
    $400 15
In 1888 this company's new camera was advertised with the slogan "You press the button--we do the rest"
    $400 11
Historians differ on how Etruscans would have felt about this Mother Goose guy, "Born on a Monday... buried on Sunday"
    $400 3
If someone isn't really as sorry as he seems, he may shed these
    $600 23
"United We Stand" appears on the top half of Kentucky's state seal & these 3 words appear on the bottom
    $600 10
Garbo "checked in" there, in 1932
(5, 5)
    $600 18
This man's third party candidacy in 1912 allowed Woodrow Wilson to win
    $600 28
According to Advertising Age Magazine, 96% of North American children recognize this hamburger clown
    $600 12
No Etruscan could know that 25,000 Southern casualties occured during this July 1-3, 1863 battle
    $600 5
Slang term for an indoor television antenna with 2 adjustable aerials
    $800 25
Montana's vast natural resources are represented on its seal by the Great Falls of this river
    $800 24
Denzel's Civil War saga
(5)
    $800 19
He followed Jackson into the Presidency in 1836 & 12 years later ran as a third party candidate
    $800 29
In a classic series of commercials, this company "puts you in the driver's seat"
    $800 13
Etruscans don't know he famously said, "I don't give 'em hell; I just tell the truth and they think it's hell"
    $800 6
It's a regular & reliable source of income, just as dependable as a certain source of milk
    $1000 26
The woman on its seal represents equal rights, since it was the first state to grant women the right to vote
    DD: $800 27
Steve & Ali made one, before Kim & Alec
(7)
    $1000 20
In 1924 this Wisconsin senator ran on the Progressive Party ticket & on the Socialist Party ticket
    $1000 30
This fast-food chain's 1985 "Herb" campaign has been called one of the most elaborate advertising flops of all time
    $1000 14
Etruscans would have loved this playwright who went from the U. of Michigan to the U. of Marilyn (Monroe)
    $1000 7
The name of this mischievous black bird may be used for a chatterbox or a hoarder

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

Morgan Sarah Andy
$1,200 -$400 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Morgan Sarah Andy
$6,000 $2,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

CLASSICAL COMPOSERS
STARS' PRODUCTION COMPANIES
CORN
AUTHOR'S MAIDEN NAMES
START SPREADING THE "NEW"s
I'M LEAFING TODAY
    $400 19
As published, his "Eroica" symphony was dedicated to his patron Prince Lobkowitz
    $400 16
You can read a lot into the fact she named her production company Harpo
    $400 9
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands in a ripe cornfield in Wisconsin.) Because it feels like the fabric of the same name, the tuft at the end of an ear of corn is called this
    $400 1
Elizabeth Browning
    $400 4
A group interview held for reporters by a political figure or famous person
    $400 20
Trying to identify this vine always leaves us scratching our heads
    $800 25
He wrote "William Tell" at age 37, but no other operas during the remaining 39 years of his life
    $800 17
It's Irish dreamtime for this Steele, Remington Steele
    $800 10
As a thickener, this powder leaves sauces clear rather than opaque, like flour
    $800 2
Laura Wilder
    $800 5
Smaller than a newspaper, it's a printed report giving news or information of interest to a special group
    $800 21
The leaf seen here is used as a symbol of this professional sports team, eh?
    $1200 26
In his 20s this "New World" symphony composer played viola in the Czech nat'l theater under Smetana
    $1200 18
This "Legally Blonde" star must be pretty intense; she called her prodction company Type A Films
    $1200 11
(Jimmy is still lost in the Wisconsin cornfield.) Henry Ford suggested running cars on this fuel made from corn; in recent years it's become a big part of our fuel supply
    $1200 3
Mary Dodge
    $1200 6
The "March of Time" was a famous series of these short films about recent historic events
    $1200 22
We'll have to garnish your income if you misidentify the leaves of this plant
    DD: $2,800 27
His family was Jewish but his father became a Protestant & added Bartholdy to the last name
    $1600 12
In 1961, in ancient Mexican trash, R.S. MacNeish discovered tiny, cigarette-filter-sized ones of these
    $1600 14
Adela St. Johns
    DD: $1,600 7
The sheep-to-human ratio in this nation is about 10 to 1
    $1600 23
The sight of these leaves was good news to Noah
    $2000 28
Around 1813 he set Goethe's "Gretchen am Spinnrade" to music
    $2000 13
A main constituent of corn husks & stalks is this tough cell wall material that's made into fibers like rayon
    $2000 15
Mary Rinehart
    $2000 8
(R2-D2 beeps & whistles the clue.) When the original "Star Wars" became "Star Wars: Episode IV", this 3-word subtitle was added to its name
    $2000 24
In general, you might see one of these leaves on an Army Major or a Lieutenant Colonel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Morgan Sarah Andy
$14,400 $10,000 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MILITARY MEN
Last name of the first father & son to be awarded medals of honor, for service in the Civil War & WWII respectively

Final scores:

Morgan Sarah Andy
$8,722 $8,801 $200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $8,801 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Morgan Sarah Andy
$14,400 $10,200 $7,200
24 R,
3 W
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,800

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