Show #6637 - Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Andrew Moore game 7.

Contestants

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John Simpson, an advertising creative director from Providence, Rhode Island

Padraic Scanlan, a Ph.D. student in history originally from Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Andrew Moore, a test prep instructor from Buford, Georgia (whose 6-day cash winnings total $137,803)

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Jeopardy! Round

KICKING AROUND FOR A WHILE
WORLD'S FAIRS
EXTREME GEOGRAPHY
MYSTERY MEAT
(Alex: We want you to name the meat traditionally used in each dish we tell you about.)
ENDS IN DOUBLE L
WASHINGTON MATH
    $200 14
Jan Stenerud, who retired at 43, was one of the first to kick field goals in the "style" of this other sport
    $200 26
The 1889 Paris fair featured a re-creation of this prison to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its storming
    $200 30
The westernmost point in continental Europe is Cape Roca in this country on a peninsula
    $200 29
Coq au Vin
    $200 28
When you write the name of our show as Jepperdy, you do this
    $200 27
The number of U.S. senators divided by the number of U.S. states
    $400 13
Adam Vinatieri, who turned 40 in 2012, has 1 Super Bowl ring with the Colts & 3 with this other AFC team
    $400 25
"Tiger Child", the first film made in this giant-screen format, premiered at Osaka's World's Fair in 1970
    $400 23
Rose Atoll in this "American" Pacific possession is the southernmost point in all U.S.-controlled territory
    $400 21
Tournedos
    $400 15
This, please
    $400 24
The number of amendments in the Bill of Rights times the number of Supreme Court justices
    $600 6
Jeff Feagles lasted until 44 at this job due to his skill in downing balls (554 of them) inside the 20
    $600 17
The 1904 St. Louis fair, celebrating this acquisition, featured the desk on which the transfer was signed
    $600 22
Canada's southernmost point of land is Middle Island in this Great Lake, eh?
    $600 2
Wiener Schnitzel
    $600 16
A pistachio casing; "in a" this can mean "in very brief form"
    $600 18
U.S. representatives for Delaware
times U.S. representatives for Alaska
    $800 4
Lou "The Toe" Groza split the uprights until he was past 40 for this storied Ohio franchise
    $800 12
In 1851 Cyrus McCormick amazed the Brits in London with this invention, cutting an astounding 15 acres a day
    $800 8
It's the easternmost U.S. state capital
    $800 11
Scrapple
    $800 1
Kindness, or a charity thrift store organization
    DD: $3,000 19
Obama's number as president
divided by the number of heads carved on Mount Rushmore
    $1000 5
Morten Andersen kicked until age 48, becoming the NFL's all-time leading scorer & earning this nickname, a dog breed
    $1000 3
The US Pavilion at Montreal's Expo '67 was designed by this architect and futurist, who created a 200' geodesic dome
    $1000 7
If you ignore its claim of clear up to the North Pole, this country's northern tip is at over 81 degrees N, on Rudolf Island
    $1000 10
Hasenpfeffer
    $1000 9
Things have come to a this 10-letter word, a cessation of movement
    $1000 20
States outside the contiguous U.S.
minus people on the dais behind the president at the State of the Union

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

Andrew Padraic John
$6,600 $1,400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Padraic John
$10,800 $3,400 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

DIARIES & JOURNALS
GOT A LITTLE CATEGORY HERE
AMERICAN HISTORY
CAPE TOWN LADIES
SING THAT SONG
"DOO-" "-DAH"
(Alex: Some of the correct responses will begin with "doo-", others will end in "-dah", but you'll never have "doo-" "-dah" together.)
    $400 30
On June 10, 1805 the journal of this pair's trek recorded that "our Indian woman is very sick"
    $400 29
Part of your hand, or a reduced-size graphic image to let you look at multiple images at once
    $400 23
Nixon's press secretary Ron Ziegler called the break-in at this complex a "third-rate burglary"
    $400 28
Cape Town's V&A waterfront is named for HRH Prince Alfred & this mother of his
    $400 1
"I Will Wait" is by this singer & sons (though they aren't really his sons)
    $400 26
Funky versions of the Google logo are called these
    $800 27
His Oct. 31, 1662 diary entry: "As happy a man as any in the world, for the whole world seems to smile upon me"
    $800 20
Native to Cuba & barely over 2 inches in length, the "bee" variety of this is the world's smallest bird
    $800 22
By the 1763 Treaty of Paris, which ended the French & Indian War, Britain got the land east of this river
    $800 25
This Oscar-winning actress from South Africa has made commercials for the Cape Town rape crisis center
    $800 3
In 1970 "I'll Be There" was the fourth consecutive No. 1 hit for these siblings
    $800 24
A style of small-group vocal harmonizing popular in the 1950s
    DD: $8,000 18
In January 1770 this explorer wrote, "Natives brought... the heads of the men they had lately kill'd"
    $1200 14
Scientists measure very small objects with this 6-letter unit equal to one millionth of a meter
    DD: $8,000 21
In 1977, on the 50th anniversary of their execution, a proclamation was issued saying this pair had been treated unjustly
    $1200 19
U. of Cape Town Chancellor Graca Machel is Mrs. Nelson Mandela & was first lady of this nation just up Africa's E. coast
    $1200 15
Bono sang, "The real battle just begun / to claim the victory Jesus won / on" this U2 song title
    $1200 17
The book read at a Passover meal
    $1600 10
In a January 1928 diary entry, she wrote about her future husband, "the flight gave him to the world"
    $1600 9
The first state to secede from the Union, it was also the smallest of the Confederate states in area
    $1600 7
In his second inaugural, Pres. Obama name-checked this New York village, home to an 1848 women's rights convention
    $1600 2
Cape Town-born Sybil Jason, who died in 2011, was a child star rival of this "Little Curly Top" 20th Century Fox star
    $1600 6
This movie song begins, "Every night in my dreams I see you, I feel you"
    $1600 13
Gollum attacks Sam & Frodo as they climb Mount this
    $2000 12
This historian's journals covering 1952-2000 have plenty of material on the Camelot era
    $2000 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows us a molecule on the screen.) In 1989 an electron microscope helped scientists see this molecule directly for the first time.
    $2000 4
Feeling he had been called by God to lead his people out of bondage, he led an 1831 slave rebellion
    $2000 5
Yvonne Bryceland, founder of South Africa's 1st non-racial theater, was a great interpreter of this "Master Harold" scribe
    $2000 11
"I remember when we broke up the first time", begins this Taylor Swift song with a 7-word title
    $2000 16
Among Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie's titles was "Lion of" this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Padraic John
$26,400 $21,400 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PLANTS
Economically speaking, this plant family with about 10,000 species is by far the most important

Final scores:

Andrew Padraic John
$9,999 $11,400 $1
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $11,400 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Padraic John
$17,400 $14,600 $5,200
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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