Suggest correction - #4032 - 2002-02-26

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    DD: $1,200 9
It was the westernmost state mentioned by name in the Proclamation

Show #4032 - Tuesday, February 26, 2002


Patty Crowell, a mammography technologist originally from Kalispell, Montana

Richard Finch, an attorney from Dearborn Heights, Michigan

Anthony Trifilio, a construction worker from Brooklyn, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $16,000)

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
The decree became law with the passage of this actually quite lucky amendment to the Constitution
    $200 11
In the mid-1980s the Giants started the tradition of dumping this beverage on a winning coach
    $200 26
When you file one of these with the U.S. Postal Service, you may get a welcome kit at your new home
    $200 1
Some say a comment by an overworked Ringo gave this Beatles song its title
    $200 21
This clear soft drink has been called "The Uncola"
    $200 16
"Valley of the Horses" is Jean Auel's sequel to the novel "The Clan of" this
    $400 7
It was signed by Abe Lincoln & this Secretary of State
    $400 12
Letter formations include the "T" & this one with the running backs in a line behind the quarterback
    $400 27
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew moves two heavy boxes with a little help.) It's the item I'm using in my move, also old-time slang for the type of woman I'd like to say "hello" to next door
    $400 3
It's a lightweight, protective helmet used by construction workers
    $400 22
Proverbially, a sow's ear isn't the source to construct a purse made of this soft fabric
    $400 17
Like the title of a 1962 hit by Dion, they call an Old English poem about a homeless & kinless warrior this
    $600 8
The preliminary Proclamation was issued Sept, 22, 1862: the real one followed 100 days later, on this date
    $600 13
If your team, trailing 14-6, scores a touchdown with 10 seconds left, go for one of these to tie the game
    $600 28
In marking boxes, don't hesitate to use this word, from the Latin for "to break"
    $600 4
She took a whack at figure skating, winning the U.S. nationals in 1994
    $600 23
Alliterative 2-word term for the proverbially soft object seen here
    $600 18
"My First Days in the White House", by this Louisiana political legend, was published in 1935, after his death
    DD: $1,200 9
It was the westernmost state mentioned by name in the Proclamation
    $800 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew draws an arrow to complete a diagram on the blackboard.) Vince Lombardi's Packers lived by this play
    $800 29
A California landlord must return this 21 days after you move out, less the cost of that fire you set
    $800 5
On June 14, 1971 the first in this chain of restaurants opened in London
    $800 24
In 2001 Senators McCain & Feingold proposed a bill to ban this type of financing of political campaigns
    $800 19
He wrote "Torch Song Trilogy" & got torched by aliens in "Independence Day"
    $1000 10
An 1862 proclamation freeing D.C.'s slaves offered to help them move to Haiti or this African country
    $1000 15
Coaches go gray from these plays that the players "hear" at the line of scrimmage rather than in the huddle
    $1000 6
"Mr. Gradgrind's Facts" was a possible title before Dickens "fell on" this as the name of his 1854 novel
    $1000 25
Abbreviated pp, this term tells a musician to play "very softly"
    $1000 20
This comic play, written by British dramatist Tom Taylor in 1858, sadly gained lasting fame in April 1865

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Anthony Richard Patty
$1,800 $2,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anthony Richard Patty
$4,600 $5,400 $3,000
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