Show #6865 - Friday, June 20, 2014

Contestants

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Stacy Gardner, a school secretary from Long Beach, California

Alison Meermans, a fundraising project manager from Lakewood, Ohio

Brian Keele, an architectural project manager from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

STARTS & ENDS WITH W
LANDMARKS
A WORLD OF CRAFTS, NO WAR
ON THE WHEATIES BOX
BREAKFAST
OF CHAMPIONS
    $200 6
To roll about in liquid for refreshment
    $200 1
The tomb of Shah Jahan's wife Mumtaz is part of this complex in Agra, India
    $200 16
Kirigami is cutting & folding paper into objects or designs' this is doing it without cutting, pasting or decorating
    $200 17
1934: the first athlete to grace a Wheaties box, this "Iron Horse" of the Yankees
    $200 11
This frozen waffle brand was named for one of its ingredients
    $200 23
A champion of Irish rights in the 1880s, Daniel O'Connell was known by this nickname also earned by Simon Bolivar
    $400 7
The black type of this shade tree can reach 60 feet high
    $400 2
Chimney Rock in Nebraska was a major landmark along this overland trail
    $400 18
A simple method of printing & duplicating uses these cutouts; paint is sprayed through the removed areas
    $400 21
1977: this decathlete & celebrity dad
    $400 12
Mostly considered a breakfast beverage in Italy, this 10-letter coffee drink has less milk than a latte
    $400 24
In 2013 this women's rights champion & magazine founder received the Presidential Medal of Freedom
    $600 8
Get a load on this conveyance you lift from the rear
    $600 3
Architect John Graham produced the final saucer design of this Seattle landmark
    $600 19
Useful in electronics crafts, this process joins circuit components using a low melting point alloy
    $600 25
1935: this all-around athlete, the first sportswoman on the box
    $600 13
In 2014 these Kellogg's toaster pastries hit the big 5-0
    $600 28
This folk singer who died in 2014 was also a champion of the environment, especially on the Hudson River
    $800 9
It can follow "golf" or "football" to describe a lady left alone by her mate for an activity
    $800 4
Commissioned by Frederick William II, this gate was based on a model of the Propylaea in Athens
    $800 20
From the French for "to cut out", it's the craft of decorating a surface with paper shapes
    $800 26
1984: This golden U.S. gymnast
    $800 14
The name of this Mexican breakfast dish means it's cooked in a ranch style
    $800 29
Leymah Gbowee won a Nobel Prize for championing peace in this nation & helping pressure President Charles Taylor into exile
    $1000 10
To sift through material & toss out the junk
    $1000 5
A series of white sail-shaped shells serve as the roof of this venue
    $1000 22
This craft of stitching fabric with a hook instead of a needle developed in the 19th century
    $1000 27
1959: this swimmer & star of movies like "Million Dollar Mermaid"
    DD: $1,200 15
Patrick Towle honored Abraham Lincoln's humble beginnings with the name of this syrup
    $1000 30
For helping poor people improve their own areas, Saul Alinsky was known as the "Father of" this type of organizing

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

Brian Alison Stacy
$3,600 $600 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Alison Stacy
$6,000 $5,000 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

STICK IT
LITERARY SHIPPING
DETROIT ROCK CITY
WHAT AN ARTIST DIES IN ME!
COLORFUL WORDS & PHRASES
THE ONLY PRESIDENT WHO...
    $400 26
A ribbon of horsehair is stretched between the 2 ends of this stick used to play a violin
    $400 2
The neurotic Captain Queeg faces a mutiny aboard this ship
    $400 3
An abbreviation of this nickname for Detroit gave the hard-rocking MC5 their name
    $400 17
Truly the ultimate Renaissance man, he died in France on May 2, 1519 after a few artworks, inventions & stuff
    $400 1
In an image found in the Book of Proverbs, a persuasive talker is said to have this colorful organ
    $400 12
founded a university
    $800 27
This former NFL facility in San Francisco is nicknamed "The Stick"
    $800 22
The Nautilus is this mad captain's submarine
    $800 4
This husband & wife 2-piece band from Detroit first hit it big in 2002 with "Fell In Love With A Girl"
    $800 18
This artist died near Paris on July 29, 1890, but you could say a part of him would always be in Arles
    $800 8
Kipling wrote, "He wrapped himself in quotations--as a beggar would enfold himself in" this color "of emperors"
    $800 13
served on active duty in the Army during World War I & World War II
    $1200 28
Ambulatory 12-letter name of the insect seen here
    $1200 23
Wishing to defect in a Tom Clancy thriller, Capt. Ramius leads this "colorful" craft into troubled waters
    $1200 5
Seen in the '80s, he sang of Hollywood Nights & Katmandu, but was born in a Detroit suburb
    $1200 19
This noted chapel painter died in Rome on February 18, 1564
    $1200 9
This No. 1 country hit by Gretchen Wilson begins, "Well, I ain't never been the Barbie doll type"
    $1200 14
was never elected to nationwide office
    $1600 29
When your stick is big & magical enough to be carried by someone like Gandalf, it's called one of these rods
    DD: $1,000 24
In a C.S. Forester novel, Charlie Allnutt pilots this title craft on the Ulanga River
    $1600 6
Doug Fieger was born in Detroit in 1952, years before hitting it big with this band & "My Sharona"
    $1600 20
This painter's journey ended on May 8, 1903 in the South Pacific
    $1600 10
In "She Stoops To Conquer", Oliver Goldsmith wrote of this color "Of Perfection"
    DD: $2,000 15
is interred in Washington, D.C. (at Washington National Cathedral)
    $2000 30
The head of the stick used in this sport is triangular & netted to allow the ball to be caught, carried or thrown
    $2000 25
In "Treasure Island", Long John Silver & his crew attempt a mutiny on this island-named ship
    $2000 7
The Detroit Wheels backed him on "Devil With A Blue Dress On" & "Good Golly Miss Molly"
    $2000 21
On Feb. 23, 1792 it was a "wrap" for this English portrait painter whose subjects included "William Robertson"
    $2000 11
This eatery in Central Park was home to the park's sheep & their shepherd until the 1930s
    $2000 16
had 2 Vice Presidents (Clinton & Gerry) die in office

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Alison Stacy
$15,200 $11,400 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

DOGS & GEOGRAPHY
In 2001 the names of these 2 breeds came together in the new official name of a Canadian province

Final scores:

Brian Alison Stacy
$7,400 $18,400 $8,600
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Alison Stacy
$15,000 $13,400 $9,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,000

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