Show #4409 - Thursday, November 6, 2003

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Contestants

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Michele Liguori, an applications engineer and technical trainer from Maynard, Massachusetts

Julie Harris, a news librarian from Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Chuck Ladd, a project manager from Raleigh, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

FLIGHTLESS BIRDS
TRACK & FIELD
WHO WAS THE PREZ WHEN...
BAR HOPPING
15 MINUTES OF FAME
WORD "UP"
    $200 4
Nearly half of the height of this largest living bird is neck
    $200 26
From 1964 to 1999, the women's record in this event was lowered from about 3-1/2 hours to under 2-1/2 hours
    $200 21
...the Berlin airlift resupplied a Soviet-blocked West Berlin
    $200 3
This mill byproduct lies around on the floor of The Red Dog Saloon in Juneau, Alaska
    $200 2
Stella Liebeck won damages from McDonald's after she was injured by this product
    $200 1
In a beauty pageant, it's the person who comes in second
    $400 5
One species of this flightless bird lives at the Equator on the Galapagos Islands; other species live in Antarctica
    $400 27
In 1990 Randy Barnes set this record at 75 feet, 10-1/4 inches; as of 2003 the record stands
    $400 22
...the Beatles appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    $400 17
New York City's best-known of these illicit '20s establishments was Jack & Charlie's 21 on 52nd Street
    $400 9
Of Mouse, Moose, Meese or Grunwald, the Maryland Police Chief prominent in the 2002 sniper hunt
    $400 13
Descriptive name for how the food seen here was prepared
    $600 6
The New Zealand government has passed laws to protect this national symbol & prevent its export
    $600 28
This country's runner Haile Gebrselassie was the Track & Field News Athlete of the Year in 1995 & 1998
    $600 23
...Three Mile Island's nuclear reactor No. 2 went kerflooey
    $600 18
This type of "mill", slang for a bar, is also the name of a popular bar in Albuquerque
    $600 10
Soon after doing this July 28, 2000, optical networks company Corvis, with no revenues, was more valuable than GM
    $600 14
Neil Sedaka said this "is hard to do"
    $800 7
Now extinct, this native of Mauritius is a character in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"
    $800 29
In July 1999 Tomas Dvorak set a world record in this event with a total of 8,994 points
    $800 24
...Neil & Buzz strolled across the Sea of Tranquility
    $800 19
What's billed as the USA's first of these places to quaff Medocs & Tokays is on Sansome Street in San Francisco
    $800 11
He co-hosted the first season of "American Idol" with Ryan Seacrest
    $800 15
In 2001 Rick Baker & Gail Ryan won Oscars in this category for "How the Grinch Stole Christmas"
    $1000 8
Australia's national bird, it has been hunted to scarcity because it's destructive to crops
    $1000 30
This Ukrainian pole vaulter was No. 1 for 11 straight years -- a record for any track & field event
    $1000 25
...the War of 1812 was fought in the U.S.
    $1000 20
Freedom fighters & regular drunks have gathered at the venerable Brazen Head, on the Liffey in this city
    DD: $600 12
Muhammad Saeed Al-Sahaf, Saddam's Minister of this, gained fame with quotes like "We have them surrounded"
    $1000 16
A delay, or an armed robbery

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Chuck Julie Michele
$1,600 $1,000 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Julie Michele
$5,800 $1,600 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

WHERE AM I?
CELEBRITY WINEMAKERS
2003 NEWS
SPECIAL DAYS
POE-POURRI
WEBSTER'S 1806 DICTIONARY
    $400 2
(Video of Sarah.) I'm in this "Biggest Little City in the World," celebrating its centennial in 2003
    $400 11
This director is "The Godfather" of celebrity winemakers
    $400 21
This name was abolished & replaced by "Serbia & Montenegro", its 2 remaining republics
    $400 16
In 2002 Easter fell on the fifth Sunday in March, so the fourth Sunday in March was this
    $400 1
Poe called this title maiden "My darling -- my life and my bride"
    $400 22
It's "a quadruped remarkable for its smell"
    $800 3
(Video of Jimmy swinging a baseball bat.) I'm in this city, swinging one of its signature products
    $800 12
You can buy coonskin bottle toppers at the winery owned by this man, TV's Davy Crockett
    $800 23
In a long-awaited decision on this univ.'s Affirmative Action policies, the Supreme Court said...some are OK, some aren't
    $800 17
In the U.S., Mother's Day is the second Sunday in May & Father's Day is this
    DD: $3,200 7
One of the title objects in this Poe story had a "terrifically wide sweep (some thirty feet or more)"
    $1200 4
(Video of Cheryl & Jimmy at Grambling State University.) We're in this southern state, home of the world famed Tiger Marching Band
    $1200 13
Find out about this golfer's wines at www.shark.com
    DD: $1,000 24
The design selected for the World Trade Center site included a tower of this symbolic height
    $1200 18
The 19th season of "Jeopardy!" premiered on this day, but we didn't have to work
    $1200 8
The raven perched on a bust of this Greek goddess "just above my chamber door"
    $1600 5
(Video of Sarah.) I'm in this L.A. area that gave its name to the towers behind me
    $1600 14
This Italian-American racing legend has a Napa Valley winery & a wine club called The Winner's Circle
    $1600 25
Happily, this abducted Utah teen was found & reunited with her family
    $1600 19
The U.S. Supreme Court's term begins on it
    $1600 9
The title of this 1843 story refers to a scarab beetle with a death's head marking
    $2000 6
(Video of Sofia in a boat.) I'm just off this New England city, looking at its Head Light, one of the USA's oldest operating lighthouses
    $2000 15
This French actor who starred in "Cyrano de Bergerac" produces a wine called Cuvee Cyrano
    $2000 26
Last winter he drifted into the job of Treasury Secretary
    $2000 20
For most of the U.S., in 1971 Memorial Day moved from this set day to the last Monday in May
    $2000 10
This detective appears in "The Mystery of Marie Roget" & "The Murders in the Rue Morgue"
    $2000 27
A tiringroom is used by actors to do this in

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Julie Michele
$10,000 $8,800 $15,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE HISTORY
It's the simple 6-letter name of the journal that published the 1953 paper revealing the structure of DNA

Final scores:

Chuck Julie Michele
$20,000 $17,600 $20,001
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chuck Julie Michele
$11,000 $6,400 $15,400
17 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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