Show #4434 - Thursday, December 11, 2003

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Molly Strothmann, a graduate student from Norman, Oklahoma

Art Seaman, a minister from Kittanning, Pennsylvania

Patrick Fernan, a government manager from Madison, Wisconsin (whose 3-day cash winnings total $56,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

TRANSPORTATION
'80s SONGS
RAPPIN' WITH THE RAPTORS
THE HIGHEST-SCORING SCRABBLE WORD
AMERICAN HISTORY
"T"EASE ME
    $200 1
In 2003 this country opened the world's longest steel-arched bridge, over the Huangpu River
    $200 10
The song's composer, he says "Every Breath You Take" is "a fairly nasty song" about surveillance & jealousy, not love
    $200 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Raptor Center in Sitka, Alaska)
Someone counted, and a typical bald eagle has around 7,000 of these
    $200 18
Zoom, quiz or heaven
    $200 15
In the 1830s Isaac Dripps added the cowcatcher to this
    $200 25
From the Latin for "protection", it's the fee charged by a college or university for your instruction
    $400 2
It takes about 8 hours to sail through this manmade waterway that links the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans
    $400 9
He wrote his own hits "Shock the Monkey" & "Big Time"
    $400 17
These owls of the genus Otus make a distinctive noise that gives them their name
    $400 20
Mix, fix or nix
    DD: $4,400 14
Rather than pay a tax to support a war with this country, Henry David Thoreau went to jail
    $400 28
This sensuous dance in 2/4 time originated in Argentina
    $600 3
It was Thor Heyerdahl's mode of transportation for getting from Peru to Polynesia in 1947
    $600 8
A 1984 song by this group is heard here

War war is stupid
and people are stupid
And love means nothing
in some strange quarters
    $600 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Raptor Center in Sitka, Alaska)
This precious bird is one of the two indigenous species of eagle in the United States
    $600 21
Jaguar, waves or kilts
    $600 13
In June 1804 he wrote Alexander Hamilton for an explanation on some alleged slurs made on his character
    $600 30
Beginning in 1952, it was network television's first early-morning program
    $800 4
Toyota owners beware -- this is the most stolen car in America
    $800 6
This 1984 song by Corey Hart said, "You got it made with the guy in shades"
    $800 23
Raptor subgroups include eagles, falcons & this one that shares its name with a vertical takeoff jet aircraft
    $800 22
Butter, milk or cheese
    $800 11
The U.S., though not a member, still sent delegates to this organization's disarmament conference in 1932
    $800 29
As in sailing, to get upwind while windsurfing you'll have to perform this zigzag back & forth action
    $1000 5
Operating in & around San Francisco & Oakland, BART stands for this
    $1000 7
"Pour Some Sugar on Me" was a 1988 No. 2 hit for this hard rockin' quintet
    $1000 24
(Jimmy at the Raptor Center in Sitka, Alaska)
Also called duck hawks, these falcons can achieve speeds over 200 miles per hour when diving after their prey
    $1000 26
Poof, quest or wax
    $1000 12
John Scopes was fined $100 for his teachings in 1925; Susan B. Anthony was fined $100 for doing this in 1872
    $1000 27
A small freshwater duck, or the blue-green color it bears

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

Patrick Art Molly
$0 $800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Art Molly
$2,400 $2,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
GO SEE A MOVIE ABOUT A HORSE
READING PEOPLE'S MAIL
THE HAROLD TRIBUNE
SURVIVORS
I-I-I-I
(Alex: Each response will have the letter "I" 4 times.)
    $400 19
On July 26, 1956 Egypt's Nasser seized this waterway from its British & French owners
    $400 2
Tobey Maguire is jockey Red Pollard in this 2003 flick about a down-&-out racehorse
    $400 1
He signed some letters to his daughter "Hackenbush", his character in "A Day at the Races"
    $400 30
"The Birthday Party" playwright
    $400 11
Primo Levi's experiences inspired his book "Survival in" this Nazi camp in Poland
    $400 16
It's the inflammation of the gums
    $800 24
The Java Trench, at a depth of 25,344 feet, is this ocean's deepest point
    $800 3
The title equine of this 2002 animated film is a Kiger mustang, the leader of the Cimarron herd
    $800 7
In 1832 he wrote his sister from S. Amer., "The number of undescribed animals I have taken is very great"
    $800 29
Big screen funnyman seen here
    $800 13
Some of the 337 survivors of this vessel were later buried at Pearl Harbor with their 1,177 slain shipmates
    $800 20
On Dec. 10, 1817 it entered the Union as the 20th state
    DD: $1,200 17
Guanabara Bay, on which this South American city lies, was originally called the River of January
    $1200 4
Robert Redford played the title character, a Montana rancher who is a mystical horse healer, in this 1998 film
    $1200 10
West from Home" is a collection of her letters while visiting her daughter Rose Wilder Lane in San Francisco
    $1200 28
Chicago's first African-American mayor
    $1200 15
(Hey, I'm Jeff Probst.) This woman, the subject of a musical, not only survived the Titanic but commanded a lifeboat
    $1200 21
In this early '90s video game by Sid Meier, you built "an empire to stand the test of time"
    $1600 18
Although not one of Australia's longest rivers, it became famous in an 1890s poem about a "man from" it
    $1600 5
Passionate about horses, Elizabeth Taylor wins one in a town lottery in this 1944 classic
    $1600 9
"The Republic of Letters" collects the letters of these 2 consecutive Virginia-born Presidents
    $1600 27
In 1957 he followed Sir Anthony Eden as Prime Minister of Great Britain
    $1600 12
The statements of Louise Weasel Bear & other survivors of the 1890 massacre at this site were published in 1940
    $1600 22
It's the process of converting data into a form that can be used by computers
    $2000 25
South Africa's longest river, it was named in honor of a Dutch prince in the late 1700s
    $2000 6
The 1994 film of this Anna Sewell tale was narrated by the title horse
    DD: $1,000 8
His "Selected Letters" include missives from Damascus, Cairo, Aqaba, Jidda & Oxford
    $2000 26
This Secretary of the Interior served all the way through FDR's Presidency
    $2000 14
Auguste Ciparis survived this volcano's 1902 eruption on Martinique & later toured with the circus
    $2000 23
Voters who "take" this can propose their own Constitutional amendment

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Art Molly
$7,800 $4,400 $19,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SCULPTURE
In 1504 a statue of this man over 13 feet tall was unveiled in Piazza Della Signoria

Final scores:

Patrick Art Molly
$6,799 $6,000 $20,000
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patrick Art Molly
$13,200 $5,600 $19,000
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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