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    $400 3
If you're handling a prop in a play, you should know that "prop" is short for this
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Show #4364 - Thursday, July 17, 2003

Contestants

A.V. Greene, a project manager from Durham, North Carolina

George Dudley, a G.I.S. technician from Memphis, Tennessee

Jim Cairl, a stay-at-home dad from New York, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $23,400)

Jeopardy! Round

-OLOGIES
THE AMERICAN LEAGUE
CONTEMPORARIES
OOPS!
I LEARNED IT IN DRAMA CLASS
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY
    $200 13
A high school requirement for many, it's the scientific study of life
    $200 26
For 1957, Hank Aaron was the MVP of the National League & this Yankee was MVP for the American
    $200 21
While Archimedes was thinking up inventions, this Carthaginian was thinking of how to get elephants over the Alps
    $200 1
In Oensingen, Switz. a repairman stranded on one of these (with no one saluting) had to be rescued by helicopter
    $200 2
A garment worn by cooks shares its name with this part of the stage that extends in front of the curtain line
    $200 6
Before the Euro, 100 groschen in Austria made one of these, abbreviated S or SCH
    $400 14
William James wished that "by treating" this discipline "like a natural science" it would help it to become one
    $400 27
This American League team made its first World Series appearance in 2002 (& won)
    $400 22
In 1699 Capt. Kidd was out pirating for loot & this scientist was made master of the Mint in England
    $400 9
In August 1998 a TV station in this largest Canadian city bought Howard Stern's show, then refused to air it
    $400 3
If you're handling a prop in a play, you should know that "prop" is short for this
    $400 8
In 1994 a portrait of this author whose father went to debtor's prison was put on the British 10-pound note
    $600 15
In 1585 Pope Sixtus V condemned the practice of this; wonder if anyone saw that coming?
    $600 28
The logo of this west coast team is seen here
    $600 23
In 1828 Webster published his American dictionary & this man was president of Gran Colombia
    $600 10
It's reported that a closed caption ID'd this Gulf War leader, commenting on Kosovo, as Gen. Schwarzenegger
    $600 4
You'll often find musicians in this area of the theatre directly in front of & below the stage
    $600 18
Norfolk Island & the Republic of Kiribati use this country's dollar
    $800 16
It's the field of study for an expert on diamonds, rubies & emeralds
    $800 29
This charter member of the American League won the World Series 5 times between 1903 & 1918
    $800 24
Anne Boleyn was a youth in 1513 when this Spaniard was searching for the Fountain of Youth
    $800 11
Nickname for having your long distance service changed without asking; Cicero, Illinois' city hall experienced it
    $800 5
It's the term for a word or action that prompts an actor to remember when to speak or make an entrance
    $800 19
This tiny country, whose capital is Vaduz, uses the Swiss franc as capital
    DD: $1,000 17
The study of poisons & drugs, coroners often wait its report to determine the cause of death
    $1000 30
On Sept. 27, 1999 this team played the last of its 6,783 games at "The Corner" of Michigan & Trumbull
    $1000 25
Types of tulip are named for Darwin & his contemporary, this Austrian genetics pioneer
    $1000 12
Quizzed by a fan club on his "Spenser" TV series, this author of the books got 5 answers wrong
    $1000 7
This oily make-up is so synonymous with the theatre that it's found in the name of an Anthony Newley musical
    $1000 20
Unit of currency used by the greatest number of Arab countries

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

Jim George A.V.
$3,800 $2,600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim George A.V.
$7,000 $2,200 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

NOVELISTS
BROADWAY LYRICS
NICKNAMES GIVEN BY PRESIDENT BUSH
"W"HERE'S THAT?
PULLING UP STAKES
BIBLICAL RHYME TIME
    $400 11
In his 1969 novel he penned the famous line "I'll make him an offer he can't refuse"
    $400 6
It's where "the wind comes sweepin' down the plain, and the wavin' wheat can sure smell sweet"
    $400 21
Naturally, this cabinet member is "Rummy"
    $400 1
You'll find a replica of the world's largest cheese (it weighed 34,500 pounds) in Neillsville in this state
    $400 14
This body part has to be staked to kill a vampire
    $400 18
Boaz' wife's detectives
    $800 12
In 1925 she won a really big prize, the Pulitzer Prize, for her novel "So Big"
    $800 7
It's the title tune heard here
    $800 22
His congressional office led to his nickname "Speak"
    $800 2
In its own language, it's known as Cymru
    $800 15
A ringer on the stake in this game scores 3 points; 50 points wins the game
    $800 19
The person who would put fresh sheets on Baby Jesus' bed
    $1200 13
Prior to his first big literary success with "Five Weeks in a Balloon", he wrote librettos & plays
    DD: $1,200 8
A song from "Chicago" begins, "Come on, babe, why don't we paint the town and" these 3 words
    DD: $1,200 25
Appropriate 2-digit nickname bestowed on the president's dad
    $1200 3
Once known as Montezuma, this Minnesota city was renamed to honor an Indian princess (not actress Ryder)
    $1200 16
16th century poet Giordano Bruno was judged a heretic & killed this way
    $1200 20
An encirclement of the river that runs from Galilee to the Dead Sea
    $1600 23
This Californian's last work was 1976's "The Acts of King Arthur and his Noble Knights"
    $1600 9
George M. Cohan: "But should auld acquaintance be forgot, keep your eye on" this
    $1600 26
Senator Olympia Snowe of this state got to have "The Big O" as a nickname
    $1600 4
It's "crystal" clear that this Irish city is 40 miles west of Wexford
    $1600 17
In the 1990s this beer company bought stakes in Mexico & sold the Cardinals
    $1600 29
Calamine & Jergens from the "land" where the Hebrews began the Exodus
    $2000 24
This author, a native of Salem, Mass., wrote about witchcraft in the Salem area in 1835's "Young Goodman Brown"
    $2000 10
A song in "The Sound of Music" tells you to do this, "search high and low, follow every byway, every path you know"
    $2000 28
This advisor seen here became "The Boy Genius"
    $2000 5
Little Red Riding Hood might be afraid to visit this Virginia park devoted to the performing arts
    $2000 27
This church organized into wards, stakes & regions was established in 1830 by Joseph Smith

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim George A.V.
$7,400 $11,400 $1,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE
(Alex: You think the category is broad enough for Final Jeopardy?)
He said, "I...really never considered myself a TV star. I always thought I was a neighbor who just came in for a visit"

Final scores:

Jim George A.V.
$11,900 $14,801 $1
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,801 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jim George A.V.
$8,600 $11,400 $1,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
6 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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