Show #7322 - Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Hunter Appler game 5.

Contestants

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Zane Dowty, a pharmacist from Denver, Colorado

Dana Thurmond Bruno, a humanities professor from Orlando, Florida

Hunter Appler, an attorney originally from Mount Airy, North Carolina (whose 4-day cash winnings total $93,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY REPEATS
THE ENTERTAINER
PATENTS
BIBLICAL ART
WHERE'S THAT STATE SCHOOL?
"EFF" FOR EFFORT
    $200 14
5 years to the day after Lindbergh's historic transatlantic flight, she became the first woman to complete the feat
    $200 6
The person hosting & directing your attention at a circus performance
    $200 26
In 1868 Christopher Sholes received a patent on this machine; he later created its QWERTY layout
    $200 9
One of his Sistine Chapel ceiling frescos shows the great flood
    $200 28
This University of California city declared itself nuke-free in 1986
    $200 1
Bubbling, like soda
    $400 15
In 1631 at least 3,000 people were killed & many villages destroyed by an eruption of this volcano that buried Pompeii
    $400 7
A pyrotechnician is someone involved in the art of making these
    $400 25
In 1845 Scottish engineer Robert Thomson patented pneumatic these, which lasted for 1,200 miles on English roads
    $400 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows two paintings on the monitor.) In da Vinci's "The Last Supper", this apostle seated here is facing Jesus; in Rubens' version, he faces away from Jesus, perhaps in shame
    $400 17
The main campus of the University of Oklahoma is in this city, also a first name
    $400 2
6-letter term for a different kind of burning man
    $600 21
Like Abraham Lincoln, this president was also born in a log cabin & died from wounds inflicted by an assassin, in 1881
    $600 8
To entertain their customers, Japanese geishas may dance, recite poetry or use a shamisen to do this
    $600 19
Joseph Glidden used his wife's hairpins to devise this type of fencing that he patented in 1874
    $600 11
Now at the Louvre, Veronese's painting of a wedding banquet in this town originally hung in a dining hall
    $600 18
They're Russian around & having a capital time at the University of Idaho in this city
    $600 3
Expunging, or withdrawing oneself shyly; it's often found after "self-"
    $800 22
Tragically, 17 years after Challenger, this Space Shuttle broke apart during reentry
    $800 16
6-letter word for a British street performer who solicits donations from passersby
    $800 20
Isaac Singer & Elias Howe both patented these, but an 1854 court found Singer had infringed on Howe's patent
    $800 12
As in the painting seen here, this apostle is often depicted in art holding a key
    $800 29
Read up on your Faulkner on the main campus of the University of Mississippi in this city
    $800 4
The audacity! The shameless boldness! You have the this to respond like that?!
    DD: $500 23
Like Anne Boleyn, this fifth wife of Henry VIII was also accused of adultery & beheaded
    $1000 27
In "Being John Malkovich", John Cusack tells Catherine Keener he does this job in entertainment; she's unimpressed
    $1000 24
An 18th century British patent introduced a loom with a flying one of these devices
    $1000 13
Dating from 1625, Rembrandt's earliest known painting was "The Stoning of" this martyr
    $1000 30
Home base of the University of Georgia, it's also produced some famous bands
    $1000 5
This kind of small apartment has a combined living room & bedroom area, a bathroom & kitchenette

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

Hunter Dana Zane
$3,200 $3,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hunter Dana Zane
$7,300 $5,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

FASHION
HEROES
MODERN LOVE
REBEL, REBEL
LET'S GDANSK
DAVID BOWIE
    $400 18
Are you a little vintage & a little hippie? You're boho chic, "boho" from this longer word
    $400 2
It's a hero regarded with blind admiration, though Leviticus warns against a "turn" to them
    $400 6
A 1998 singles event at a California coffee bar with 10-minute tete-a-tetes began the practice known as this
    $400 10
Mark Twain, who in 1861 briefly joined a pro-secessionist unit of this state's guard
    $400 13
Labor unrest at the Gdansk shipyards in 1980 led to the creation of this union
    $400 14
David Bowie ch-ch-changed his name from Davy Jones to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of this group
    $800 19
Bearing the name of a type of aircraft, it was made famous as part of the uniform of WWII U.S. Army Air Corps pilots
    DD: $2,000 3
From the Latin for "battlefield" comes this word for a fighter or dog who has beaten all challengers
    $800 7
If distance separates ye, use this Mac-to-Mac "video-calling experience" that starts with a body part
    $800 11
Wassily Kandinsky, one of the first to work in this non-realist style that's on page 1 of dictionaries of art
    $800 27
Under the provisions of this 1919 treaty, Gdansk became a free city administered by Poland
    $800 12
David Bowie & his wife, this Somali-born model, made a beautiful couple
    DD: $1,000 24
David Bowie was a style icon of this look, from the Greek for "male & female in one"
    $1200 4
Founded in Manchester in 1821, this newspaper with a heroic name is one of England's most influential
    $1200 8
AKA "slow fade", this "spectral" 21st century dating term involves ending a relationship by simply disappearing
    $1200 20
Against slavery & the Mexican War: this "Civil Disobedience" author
    $1200 28
During WWII the Gdansk shipyards built several dozen of these, beginning with No. 401, later sunk by a British depth charge
    $1200 15
In memory of the late, great Bowie, she performed a medley of his hits at the Grammys in 2016
    $1600 25
It's the literary name of the type of collar seen here
    $1600 5
Also the name of an old video game, it precedes "of the faith" in British monarchs' titles
    $1600 1
If you want a marriage ceremony without a specific religious theme, try one this 17-letter way
    $1600 21
Against 18th century good taste: this marquis who wrote "Justine"
    $1600 29
In 1308 these German knights seized control of Danzig, aka Gdansk, & held the city until 1466
    $1600 16
Bowie had a song & an album named for this alter ego who "played guitar"
    $2000 26
Appropriately, a scuba dress is often made from this synthetic rubber created at DuPont & used for wetsuits
    $2000 9
The name for any one of Charlemagne's 12 knightly heroes
    $2000 23
A "Say I Do" bridal expo was a place in this "ordinal" game where virtual couples could go before virtually tying the knot
    $2000 22
Against tonal music: this Austrian composer in his 1909 Piano Pieces, Opus 11
    $2000 30
Born in Gdansk in 1927, this German author of "The Tin Drum" set many of his novels in the city
    $2000 17
David Bowie's first U.S. No. 1 album, it was released on his birthday in 2016, just 2 days before his death

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hunter Dana Zane
$20,100 $18,000 $1,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CONTEMPORARIES
In an 1864 letter, he congratulated Abraham Lincoln on reelection on behalf of "the workingmen of Europe"

Final scores:

Hunter Dana Zane
$36,001 $28,000 $2,200
5-day champion: $129,002 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hunter Dana Zane
$20,600 $17,800 $1,200
26 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
4 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $39,600

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