Show #4913 - Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Kevin Marshall game 2.

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Bryan Adams, an accounts receivable manager from Novato, California

Mary Keefe, a waitress from Edina, Minnesota

Kevin Marshall, a student from Metairie, Louisiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE KENNEDY CENTER
CLEVELAND ATHLETES
TRUMAN CAPOTE
MADISON AVE.
JACKSON HOLE
"BUSH"-ISMS
(Alex: I hope you noticed the presidential theme for all of our categories.)
    $200 29
In 2005 the Kennedy Center awarded this "wild & crazy guy" the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
    $200 20
In 2003 he went directly from high school to the Cleveland Cavaliers & became the NBA's Rookie of the Year
    $200 1
The collection "Breakfast at Tiffany's" included the touching tale "Memory" of this holiday
    $200 11
Ad man Cliff Freeman came up with this catchphrase delivered by Clara Peller in Wendy's commercials
    $200 16
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from a park in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.) It's hard to believe the picturesque Jackson Square was once used as a dump; in 1932 it was beautified & named for this president for his 200th birthday
    $200 6
The young kids go wild for this song that takes place "so early in the morning"
    $400 25
A 2005 concert at the Kennedy Center paid tribute to the 90th anniversary of the birth of this jazz "Lady"
    $400 21
Almost 40 years after his retirement, he dominates his team's record books
    $400 2
3 days after the Clutter family was murdered in this state, Capote arrived there to research "In Cold Blood"
    $400 12
Advertising copywriter Tom Rogers created this ad mascot seen here
    $400 17
In 1989 this famous East Coast symphony orchestra held its first ever summer residency in Jackson Hole
    $400 7
You might find this adventurous type of person at the controls of a Beech Staggerwing
    $600 26
The Kennedy Center presented a series of one-act plays as "Five by Tenn", a reference to this playwright
    $600 22
Nolan Schaefer of Yellow Grass, Sask. & Glenn Olson of Port McNeil, B.C. play this sport for the Cleveland Barons
    $600 3
Capote called this writer "Maestro of the Semicolon" & co-wrote a movie version of his "The Turn of the Screw"
    $600 13
In ads for this microchip maker, the Blue Man Group made their own kind of music
    $600 18
(Kelly of the Clue Crew walks under arches in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.) Jackson's famous arches are made of antlers of these animals found in the area; don't worry--they shed them first
    $600 8
Curt Schilling called A-Rod's ball-punching move in the 2004 A.L. playoffs this type of play
    $800 27
On Dec. 23, 2003 the inaugural event of the newly renovated Opera House was the Kirov dancing this ballet
    $800 23
"Bullet Bob", this pitcher from Van Meter, Iowa, joined the Indians at age 17 in 1936
    $800 4
A book left unfinished took its title from the line "More tears are shed over" these "than unanswered ones"
    $800 14
Celine Dion sang "I Drove All Night" in TV ads for the Pacifica & Crossfire models from this company
    $800 19
The USA's longest-running one of these events isn't a soccer tie-breaker but a re-creation of frontier justice
    DD: $1,000 9
A 2004 anti-Dubya book by Jim Hightower was titled "Let's Stop" this evasive behavior
    $1000 28
This American pianist who took Moscow (& the world) by storm in 1958 received a Kennedy Center honor in 2001
    $1000 24
Now in the Hall of Fame, this tight end of the '80s was known as the "Wizard of Oz"
    $1000 5
Completes the first sentence of a Capote novel, "When was it that first I heard of the grass..."
    $1000 15
Jason Alexander starred in commercials for this pretzel line with a rhyming name
    $1000 30
(Kelly of the Clue Crew walks in the street of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.) Here in the "Equality State", Jackson was the U.S.A.'s first municipality with an all-female government in this year when U.S. women got the vote
    $1000 10
The galago, a small primate of southern Africa, is also called this because of its human-like cry

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Kevin Mary Bryan
$2,400 $800 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Mary Bryan
$3,800 $1,000 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
THE COLOR PURPLE
CLASSICAL CLASSICS
DRUGS
AMERICAN LIT
CATCHING SOME "Z"s
    $400 16
In 1984 her husband published "Negotiation" & she published "First Lady from Plains"
    $400 11
He's the purple Teletubby with an inverted triangle on his head
    $400 22
Wally, heroine of Catalini's opera set in the Tyrol, dies by throwing herself into one of these snowy mountain disasters
    $400 21
An anticoagulant drug made from the saliva of a species of vampire bat was named for this famous vampire
    $400 1
Jay is the first name of the title character of this F. Scott Fitzgerald novel
    $400 2
In 1924, after a year in California, Will Rogers rejoined this extravagant New York musical revue
    $800 18
This First Lady was famous for her "Just Say No" to drugs campaign
    $800 12
The opening guitar riff of this classic is heard here
    $800 23
Compared to Handel's other oratorios, this most famous one, from 1742, really doesn't have much plot
    $800 7
This Vonnegut novel begins "All this happened, more or less. The war parts anyway, are pretty much true"
    $800 3
It's an African tribe numbering around 9 million who traditionally raise millet & live in kraals
    $1200 17
Her "term" as First Lady lasted from 1974 to 1977
    $1200 13
A character steps out of a movie screen & into the lives of others in this Woody Allen comedy
    $1200 24
In 1881, on receiving a doctorate, this last of the "3 B's" composed the "Academic Festival Overture"
    $1200 8
He wrote "Two Years Before the Mast" from the journal that he kept about a voyage around Cape Horn
    $1200 4
In the Bible, the father of the Apostles James & John
    $1600 19
First Lady Caroline Harrison was also the first president general of this organization, the DAR for short
    $1600 14
This 1984 film set in Minneapolis won an Academy Award for its music
    $1600 25
Mozart's "Eine Kleine Gigue" is not as well known as this similarly-titled piece, Kochel 525
    DD: $3,000 9
Caroline Meeber is the title character of this 1900 novel
    $1600 5
Found in many ancient cultures, it's the religious worship of animals
    $2000 20
The former Sarah Childress remained childless throughout her 25-year marriage to this 11th president
    $2000 15
Inspired by a real-life event, this Deep Purple hit song spent three months in the Top 40 in 1973
    DD: $6,600 26
Despite its name, this "Air" from Bach's Suite No. 3 was not inspired by the sight of a stripper's laundry drying on the line
    $2000 10
Part I of this Willa Cather novel is called "The Wild Land"; Part II is "Neighboring Fields"
    $2000 6
This defendant in a famous U.S. freedom of the press trial was born in Germany in 1697

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Mary Bryan
$13,000 $1,600 $13,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NEWSMAKERS
In April 2005, during his first 2 days on the job, he received more than 56,000 e-mails

Final scores:

Kevin Mary Bryan
$13,201 $1,600 $100
2-day champion: $27,601 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kevin Mary Bryan
$12,800 $4,600 $8,600
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
10 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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