Show #4403 - Wednesday, October 29, 2003

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Saul Rollason, a business owner from Hilo, Hawaii

Judy Olson, a college teacher from Los Angeles, California

John Lindquist, an attorney from Marietta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $33,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTISTS
MUSIC TO MY EARS
AN "F" IN HISTORY
LEFTOVERS
PRINCETON
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $200 1
Upon her husband's death in 1906, she succeeded him as Professor of Physics at the Sorbonne
    $200 3
This song won a 1939 Academy Award
    $200 11
Mary Queen of Scots' first marriage was in 1558 to the Dauphin of this country
    $200 21
This alloy used in musical instruments is also a slang term for high-ranking Army officers
    $200 26
This comic's address on Class Day in 2003 included the line "Which brings me to the subject of Raisin Bran"
    $200 16
Hound-consume-hound
    $400 2
This British naturalist's grandfather Erasmus had earlier developed his own theory of evolution
    $400 7
For many, this song is a tradition
    $400 12
Commemorated in a series of Giotto frescoes, this 13th century Italian saint from Assisi founded an order of Catholic monks
    $400 22
Because of their ability to record and replay speech, these toys were banned in 1999 from military installations
    $400 29
Types of these that became popular starting in the 1940s included the Princeton, Crew & Butch
    $400 17
Steal from Mr. O'Toole as compensation for Mr. Reiser
    DD: $1,000 4
In 1958 this chemist published his book against nuclear testing called "No More War"
    $600 8
This song heard here is a standard at some establishments
    $600 13
In 1803 this American piloted a steam-driven paddlewheel boat on the Seine River at about 3 mph
    $600 23
This author was a draper's apprentice before he got hung up on "The War of the Worlds"
    $600 30
The school song's line "Her sons shall give" became "Our hearts shall give" to reflect this change
    $600 18
Lollipop wallop
    $800 5
Between 1943 & 1945, he took a leave from Cal Tech & Berkeley to direct the Manhattan Project
    $800 9
This contagious toe-tapper was a hit song for composer Harold Arlen in 1930
    $800 14
Home to the Lowell Observatory, this Arizona city was first settled in 1871
    $800 24
By the 17th century the once-glorious Roman Forum had become the Campo Vaccino, a place for these animals
    $800 28
The Tiger, published since 1882, is Princeton's equivalent of this Harvard humor mag, established in 1876
    $800 19
A few folks enjoy the temperature high
    $1000 6
This Russian chemist's Periodic Law of 1869 predicted the existence of elements yet to be discovered
    $1000 10
This song began as part of a minstrel show in 1859
    $1000 15
In 1952 this King of Egypt was forced to abdicate
    $1000 25
From the Greek for "turn-to-sun", it's another name for the Bloodstone
    $1000 27
In his last years this non-consecutively elected President was a trustee at Princeton
    $1000 20
Traverse the indicated spanning structure upon arrival

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

John Judy Saul
$3,200 $800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Judy Saul
$5,200 $3,800 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL MEMORIALS
HOLLYWOOD HODGEPODGE
LITERARY CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
HEY MIKEY!
FRENCH ART
PREFIX PLUS SUFFIX
    $400 21
Chamizal National Memorial in El Paso honors the peaceful 1963 settlement of a border dispute with this country
    $400 11
In "On Golden Pond", Henry Fonda wore a hat that was once this actor's; it was a gift from Katharine Hepburn
    $400 6
Edna St. Vincent (6)
    $400 16
In 1958 this husband of Elizabeth Taylor was killed in a plane crash
    $400 1
Louis Leroy coined this term in 1874, applying it to Monet & Pissarro but not to co-exhibitors Degas & Renoir
    $400 25
Earth plus science equals can you dig it?
    $800 22
A monument to this duo atop a N.C. hill bears the words: "In commemoration of the conquest of the air ..."
    $800 12
1956's "Dance With Me Henry" was this comedy duo's last film together
    $800 7
Dame Agatha's Miss Jane (6)
    $800 17
The last President of the Soviet Union
    $800 2
Francois Rude's masterpiece, a sculpture of 1792 soldiers of The Republic, shares its name with this song
    $800 26
One plus speech equals you're talking to yourself
    $1200 23
The bronze statue of him in his D.C. memorial depicts him wearing a coat given to him by his friend Gen. Kosciuszko
    $1200 13
This 1972 Marlon Brando film was originally rated X
    $1200 8
Adjective for Swift's "Proposal" (6)
    $1200 18
According to one writer, this legendary boatman was "the William Tell of marksmen" & "the Prince of Moose Catchers"
    DD: $2,000 3
Classicist Nicolas Poussin, whose work is seen here, left France to spend his career in this capital
    $1200 27
Eight plus angled equals stop right here
    $1600 24
The 1897 parade & dedication ceremony for this famous tomb attracted more than 1 million people
    $1600 14
Married to Clark Gable at the time of her death, this actress was also a cousin of director Howard Hawks
    $1600 9
Austen's "Park" (9)
    $1600 19
He packed up his Packer gear & flew to Seattle to be Head Coach of the Seahawks
    $1600 4
Maurice de Vlaminck of the Fauvist Movement bragged of never entering this place on the Seine's right bank
    DD: $2,000 29
All plus to eat equals a nightmare customer for an all-you-can-eat buffet
    $2000 28
(Cheryl of the clue Crew presents from Oklahoma City, OK) The National Memorial here in Oklahoma City stands on the spot once occupied by this building, named for an Oklahoma judge
    $2000 15
The "Hollywood Ten" was a group of individuals who refused to answer questions from this committee in 1947
    $2000 10
Latin American style of realism (5)
    $2000 20
Offbeat classics from this stylish director include "Stormy Monday" & "Leaving Las Vegas"
    $2000 5
This neocloassicist's favorite pupil was Antoine-Jean Gros, who also glorified Napoleon in art

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Judy Saul
$12,800 $15,800 $800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE WORLD'S PEOPLE
The 1st recorded use of this word now applying to 1.1 billion people was by St. Ignatius of Antioch around 100 A.D.

Final scores:

John Judy Saul
$9,799 $5,999 $800
3-day champion: $43,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Judy Saul
$13,400 $15,800 $2,800
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,000

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