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Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
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Show #6194 - Thursday, July 14, 2011

Contestants

Janet Vigen Levy, a communications professional from St. Louis, Missouri

Kathleen Lee, a pharmaceutical scientist from Palo Alto, California

Paul Barbour, an aspiring producer from Baldwinsville, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $29,800)

Jeopardy! Round

JOHN MARSHALL
MONOGRAM MADNESS
REPTILES
STADIUMS BY COUNTRY
NFL COACH OF THE YEAR
"SO" WHAT!
    $200 23
Marshall entered Virginia politics & in 1787 was a delegate to the convention to ratify this
    $200 12
A U.S. president:
USG
    $200 19
The American alligator can be found from Texas to as far east & north as this "Tar Heel State"
    $200 5
Kim Il-Sung Stadium
    $200 1
In 1959 he took the honor as leader of the Green Bay Packers
    $200 4
It's an organized group or association, like the Red Hat or Humane
    $400 24
In 1807 Marshall presided over the treason trial of this man
    $400 13
A presidential assassin:
JWB
    $400 17
Being terrestrial, the cape speckled padloper isn't called a turtle, but this
    $400 18
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
    $400 2
Da 1985 NFC choice was this coach of da Bears
    $400 8
Get some sun in one of these glass-enclosed rooms or porches
    $600 25
Marshall was a cousin, friend & finally adversary of this president who raged at his pro-Federalist rulings
    $600 14
A composer & a baroque'n man:
JSB
    $600 20
In 1992 babies of this largest lizard hatched for the first time outside of Indonesia at Washington, D.C.'s National Zoo
    $600 26
Estadio Azteca
    $600 3
He was honored as coach of the Dolphins in 1971, even though he lost some games that year
    $600 9
Paul Hindemith composed many of these, including ones for solo harp, English horn & bassoon
    DD: $2,000 27
As minister to this nation, Marshall became an American hero for refusing the demands made in the XYZ Affair
    $800 15
She's a suspenseful contemporary novelist:
MHC
    $800 21
Although called a "toad", this North American animal is actually a lizard that feeds mainly on ants
    $800 29
Malmo Stadion
    $800 6
In 1990 he rode with the Dallas Cowboys to NFC honors
    $800 10
This capital near the center of the Balkans region was named for a church
    $1000 28
Marshall's first major case, Marbury v. him, established the court's right to review federal laws
    $1000 16
A fashion designer, nee halfin:
DVF
    $1000 22
This snake can range in size from the 23-inch ant-hill species to the reticulated, which may reach 33 feet
    $1000 30
Estadio Presidente Peron
    $1000 7
This hoodied genius was named in 2007 for the Patriots
    $1000 11
It's the 2-word chemical name for table salt; pass it around!

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

Paul Kathleen Janet
$4,400 $2,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Kathleen Janet
$9,200 $3,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

LET'S BE ECONOMICAL
THE NEW YORK TIMES THEATER
FILL IN THE BOOK TITLE
VERY NON-BREAKING NEWS
ANNUAL EVENTS
HYBRIDS
    $400 23
This "explosive" term refers to a period of rapid economic growth
    $400 6
The New York Times headlined a review of this show "Pulling Heartstrings, Racy Puppets Return"
    $400 11
Stieg Larsson:
"The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's ___"
    $400 17
In 1429 at about age 17, she left home to fulfill her mission; she said god sent her to drive the English from France
    $400 1
A 3-year-old chestnut colt named Aristides won the first of these, now an annual event, at Churchill Downs
    $400 12
Society of Friends member who believes he's a subatomic particle
    $800 24
Before becoming Fed chairman in 2006, he served 6 months as chair of the President's Council of Economic Advisors
    $800 7
The Times said of a 2011 production of his "Cymbeline", "the comedy, poignancy & unlikely magic... surface gently"
    $800 19
Alexander McCall Smith:
"The No. 1 ___ Detective Agency"
    $800 18
This Greek "Father of Medicine" could not heal himself, dying around 377 B.C.; he was buried at Larissa in Thessaly
    $800 2
2010 saw the 40th anniversary of this pro-environment observance
    $800 13
Poor Richard's tome that's a slang term for a drug enforcement agent
    $1200 25
Among the duties of the Bureau of Labor Statistics is to release monthly data on the CPI, which stands for this
    $1200 8
The Artsbeat blog talked of how this "360" CNN anchor landed the gig as the "book voice" in "How to Succeed in Business..."
    DD: $3,000 20
John Grisham:
"Theodore Boone: Kid ___"
    $1200 26
In 1584 this Golden Hind sailor represented the town of Bossiney in the House of Commons
    $1200 3
An old belief says that if the sun shines on Candlemas Day, now observed on this date, 6 weeks of winter will ensue
    $1200 14
German WWII air force that goes great with syrup & butter for breakfast
    $1600 29
From the French for "undertake", it's an individual who undertakes a business venture with much risk
    $1600 9
The Times said Brian Bedford as Lady Bracknell is "the highlight" of the "effervescent" 2011 revival of this Wilde comedy
    $1600 21
Mireille Guiliano:
"French Women Don't Get ___"
    $1600 27
In 1209 the pope excommunicated this king known for the Magna Carta; 4 years later, all was forgiven
    $1600 4
Marian McQuade created a holiday for these people to champion the cause of the lonely elderly in nursing homes
    $1600 15
Third-largest Japanese city that's a pioneering Kraft decaf brand
    $2000 30
In 1944 this British baron traveled to Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, where the IMF was created
    $2000 10
Bucking tradition, critics, including the Times', reviewed this oft-delayed show ahead of its scheduled 2011 opening
    $2000 22
Barbara Kingsolver:
"Pigs in ___"
    $2000 28
In February 1940 the Soviets became a Mannerheim line steamroller & invaded this northern country
    DD: $2,000 5
The items seen here are used in celebration of this
    $2000 16
Greek king who led a war against Troy as a noble gas

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Kathleen Janet
$14,800 $18,800 $9,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES
Opened in 1971, his presidential library is the farthest south

Final scores:

Paul Kathleen Janet
$28,800 $29,601 $18,799
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $29,601 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Paul Kathleen Janet
$13,600 $18,800 $7,600
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
20 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $40,000

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