Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (839 results returned)

#8468, aired 2021-09-15ACROSS THE USA $1200: It's the only Great Lake that doesn't cross into Canadian territory (Lake) Michigan
#8464, aired 2021-08-12THE GERSHWIN PRIZE $800: Born in Saginaw, Michigan, this 2009 honoree was recording with Motown Records at age 12 Stevie Wonder
#8464, aired 2021-08-12TIME FOR SECONDS $1000: Marquette, Michigan is on this, the world's second-largest lake by area Superior
#8463, aired 2021-08-11DEEPER CUTS ON THEIR ALBUMS $800: "Stepdad" was part of this Michigan man's "Music to Be Murdered By" Eminem
#8452, aired 2021-07-27ALPHABETICALLY NEXT GEOGRAPHY $200: Great Lakes: Huron, Michigan... Ontario
#8451, aired 2021-07-26U.S. GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS $2000: What's now a federal center in this Michigan city was once the sanitarium run by John Harvey Kellogg Battle Creek
#8447, aired 2021-07-20A BORING CATEGORY $400: The emerald ash borer, a bark-eating type of this insect, has killed 40 million trees just in Michigan a beetle
#8429, aired 2021-06-24OFFICIAL STATE FOSSILS $800: Alaska's fossil is of the mammoth & Michigan's is of this related tusked beast of the Pleistocene the mastodon
#8414, aired 2021-06-03LICENSE TO WHATEVER $800: If you want to get a dog license in Ann Arbor, Michigan, your pooch must be vaccinated for this malady rabies
#8408, aired 2021-05-26IT'S A MIRAGE $1600: The name of this city that's home to Western Michigan University may be from a Potawatomi word for "mirage" Kalamazoo
#8393, aired 2021-05-05DEMONYMS $200: Yoopers are residents of the U.P., the upper peninsula of this state Michigan
#8385, aired 2021-04-23ELECTORAL COLLEGE ALUMNI $400: James Hoffa was a 2008 elector for this state Michigan
#8371, aired 2021-04-05HEMINGWAY $400: (Ken Burns narrates the clue.) Hemingway's father nurtured his love of the outdoors on Walton Lake in this state, 300 miles north, northeast of the family home near Chicago Michigan
#8338, aired 2021-02-17MAMMALS $1000: Take a Michigander at this mammal, but don't get too close a wolverine
#8313, aired 2021-01-13NATIONAL HERITAGE AREAS $600: The first NHA was the Illinois & Michigan Canal, which in 1848 linked the Illinois River with this one that now gets dyed green the Chicago River
#8295, aired 2020-12-04THE GREAT LAKES $1000: These straits connect Lake Michigan & Lake Huron, technically making those 2 one large continuous lake the Straits of Mackinac
#8288, aired 2020-11-25WHERE'S THIS TRAIN HEADED? $800: The Lake Shore Limited runs from Chicago to Boston & New York along the southern shores of these 2 Great Lakes Erie & Michigan
#8283, aired 2020-11-18'90s NEWSMAKERS $1200: This Michigan M.D. defended himself at his fifth trial, in 1999; conviction for second-degree murder ensued Dr. Kevorkian
#8273, aired 2020-11-04U.S. ISLANDS $600: Since 1895 most of this northern Michigan island has been part of a state park Mackinac
#8265, aired 2020-10-23HISTORIC OBJECTS $200: The rocking chair he was sitting in, the night he was assassinated in 1865, somehow ended up at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan Lincoln
#8263, aired 2020-10-21IN THE STATE $400: Billings Logan International Airport Montana
#8260, aired 2020-10-16ELVI $1600: H.S. teammates Desmond Howard & Elvis Grbac fled north from Ohio to play football for this rival university the University of Michigan
#8253, aired 2020-10-07THE STATE WAS IN PLAY $200: The 2016 election was tight! Fewer than 80,000 votes across Penn., Wisc. & this peninsular Midw. state were the margin of victory Michigan
#8240, aired 2020-09-18PLACES OF SUBSTANCE $400: This Michigan industrial city bears the name of a river named for a "fire stone" Flint
#8226, aired 2020-06-01U.S. GOVERNMENT $800: The person in this job, currently Gretchen Whitmer, has an official summer residence overlooking the Straits of Mackinac the governor of Michigan
#8215, aired 2020-05-01STATES BY BORDERS $600: Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin Michigan
#8195, aired 2020-04-03HAVE YOU HEARD? $600: "Hail! to the conqu'ring heroes!" The fight song here fires up this Big Ten school the University of Michigan
#8189, aired 2020-03-26CHICAGO $200: Not chilly gusts off Lake Michigan, but bombastic politicians may be the source of this Chicago nickname The Windy City
#8189, aired 2020-03-26CHICAGO $600: Stroll past the Art Institute of Chicago & the sculpture nicknamed "The Bean" on this avenue Michigan Avenue
#8186, aired 2020-03-23STATE OF THE BRIDGE $1600: Mackinac Bridge Michigan
#8180, aired 2020-03-13STATE THE PROBLEM $1000: Company thugs assault UAW leaders in the 1937 "Battle of the Overpass" Michigan
#8170, aired 2020-02-28HIGHER EDUCATION GEOGRAPHY $2000: Oakland University isn't in California, it's in this state's cities of Auburn Hills & Rochester Hills Michigan
#8157, aired 2020-02-11TIME ZONE CITIES $2,000 (Daily Double): Detroit, Michigan Eastern
#8151, aired 2020-02-03STATE OF THE ESTATE $1,800 (Daily Double): The Pabst Mansion Wisconsin
#8140, aired 2020-01-17BANDS, CLANS & GANGS $200: The Turtle Creek this establishment in northern Michigan is owned by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians a casino
#8140, aired 2020-01-17NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST $2000: The then Agricultural College of the State of Michigan was founded in what's now this city in 1855 East Lansing
#8136, aired 2020-01-13RECOGNIZING THE COUNTRY $800: From north to south, it's long enough to stretch from Michigan to Florida Vietnam
#3, aired 2020-01-08COLLEGE FOOTBALL: AFTER THE GAME $200: In 2004 an NCAA award was established in the name of this center on the 1933 Michigan team & future politician Gerald Ford
#2, aired 2020-01-07ALL IN THE FAMILY: GOVERNMENT EDITION $1600: Last name of John, who held a Michigan House seat from 1955 to 2015, & of his wife Debbie, who succeeded him Dingell
#8130, aired 2020-01-03IT'S A HAND! IT'S MICHIGAN! $800: Over toward the pinkie side is this city where Gerald Ford got married in 1948; the city is named for the swift current of a river Grand Rapids
#8130, aired 2020-01-03IT'S A HAND! IT'S MICHIGAN! $1200: At the bottom center of the palm is this penitentiary city named for the president who signed Michigan into statehood Jackson
#8130, aired 2020-01-03IT'S A HAND! IT'S MICHIGAN! $1600: Right there in the webbing of the Michigan hand is Madonna's city of birth, named for its location on this bay Saginaw Bay
#8130, aired 2020-01-03IT'S A HAND! IT'S MICHIGAN! $2000: Near the tip of the pinkie is this Center for the Arts where parents have sent talented children since 1928 Interlochen
#8125, aired 2019-12-27SURROUNDED! $2000: This city of 75,000: by Wilmette, Skokie, Chicago & Lake Michigan Evanston
#8103, aired 2019-11-27WE SHARE THAT WATER $1200: Green Bay Wisconsin & Michigan
#8078, aired 2019-10-23A POETIC GEOGRAPHY LESSON $1200: Longfellow's line "On the shores of Gitche Gumee" from "The Song of Hiawatha" refers to this Great Lake Lake Superior
#8071, aired 2019-10-14THE TREATY SAYS SO $2000: This is the only Great Lake not mentioned in the Paris Peace Treaty of 1783 with Great Britain Lake Michigan
#8067, aired 2019-10-08MUNICIPAL BEFORE & AFTER $2,000 (Daily Double): "Small" piano that is the Michigan burial place for Gerald Ford Baby Grand Rapids
#8059, aired 2019-09-26STATE OF THE STATE FOREST $200: Mackinac State Forest Michigan
#8039, aired 2019-07-18"OY", THE PLACES YOU'LL GO! $1600: About 50 miles north of Milwaukee, this Wisconsin city on Lake Michigan was established as a fur-trading post Sheboygan
#8033, aired 2019-07-10STATE MOTTOES $400: In the Midwest: "Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice" ("if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you") Michigan
#8032, aired 2019-07-09STATE OF THE COUNTIES $1000: Enjoy the Great Divide, get held for Ransom, then pick up Grand Forks North Dakota
#8011, aired 2019-06-103-WORD CITY NAMES $2000: 2 towns named this stare at each other across the rapids of the St. Marys River between Michigan & Ontario Sault Ste. Marie
#7999, aired 2019-05-23LESSER-KNOWN BROTHERS $2000: Charles, bro of this Wyo.-born abstract painter, was once thought a better artist but ended up teaching etching at Michigan State (Jackson) Pollock
#7992, aired 2019-05-14A PLACE ON THE LAKE $400: It's the most populous city on Lake Michigan Chicago
#7971, aired 2019-04-15THE FIRST WINNER $400: Fielding "Hurry Up" Yost coached Michigan to a 49-0 win over Stanford in the first of these games in 1902 the Rose Bowl
#7955, aired 2019-03-22U.S. ISLANDS $1200: The Grand Hotel on this Michigan island began welcoming vacationers in 1887 Mackinac
#7942, aired 2019-03-05TO THE LIGHTHOUSE $800: With close to 130, including Cheboygan Crib & Isle Royale, this state has the most lighthouses Michigan
#7934, aired 2019-02-21IN PERPETUITY $800: Sault Ste. Marie is on this peninsula in Michigan Upper
#7930, aired 2019-02-15YOU HAD TO BE THERE $600: In Michigan, convicts released under this system cannot leave the state without a travel permit parole
#7926, aired 2019-02-11A STATE OF RELAXATION $800: Fort Mackinac Historic Park Michigan
#7915, aired 2019-01-25LYING IN STATES $200: Aretha Franklin Michigan
#7904, aired 2019-01-10SCHOOL WITHIN A SCHOOL $1200: The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy the University of Michigan
#7899, aired 2019-01-03AMERICAN HISTORY $1000: This Michigan businessman once fired all his accounting staff, leaving others to figure income by weighing invoices (Henry) Ford
#7898, aired 2019-01-02USA $800: We cannot tell a lie--the National this Festival in Traverse City, Michigan includes pie-eating & pit spit contests the Cherry Festival
#7888, aired 2018-12-19LAKES OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE $800: Discovered by the French in 1634, the Straits of Mackinac separate these 2 Great Lakes Michigan and Huron
#7875, aired 2018-11-30CITIES ACROSS AMERICA $200: (Hi, I'm Ben Bailey with Local 4.) In 1837 Detroit became Michigan's first capital; 10 years later, this city took over, as it was much more centrally located within the state Lansing
#7874, aired 2018-11-29ELEMENTAL U.S. PLACES $1600: Metalworking in North America began on the north side of Michigan's U.P. near what's now Copper Harbor on this Great Lake Superior
#7835, aired 2018-10-05POTPOURRI $400: Generous donors pay for college for almost every graduate from public schools in Kalamazoo in this state Michigan
#7822, aired 2018-09-18ONE-SYLLABLE CITIES $400: In 2016 a state of emergency was declared over lead contamination in this Michigan city's water Flint
#7821, aired 2018-09-17MAMMALS $1200: In the 1920s the University of Michigan tried using a live pair of these as its mascots; not a great idea a wolverine
#7801, aired 2018-07-09PLACES $600: Saginaw Bay, an arm of this Great Lake, indents eastern Michigan Lake Huron
#7794, aired 2018-06-281958 $1200: Dedicated in June, this bridge linked Michigan's upper & lower peninsulas Mackinac
#7780, aired 2018-06-08STATE OF THE NEWSPAPER $600: The Rapid City Journal South Dakota
#7771, aired 2018-05-28THE STATE SHE GOVERNED $600: Jennifer Granholm Michigan
#7767, aired 2018-05-22ILLINOIS AT 200 $200: Illinois has 63 miles of coastline along this Great Lake Lake Michigan
#7751, aired 2018-04-30POP CULTURE IN THE NEWS $800: This Michigan singer said, "I'm not running for Senate! Are you...kidding me? Who...couldn't figure that out?" Kid Rock
#7745, aired 2018-04-20U.S. FORESTS $200: Being on Michigan's Upper Peninsula makes Hiawatha National Forest the perfect spot for six of these, one seen here a lighthouse
#7737, aired 2018-04-10STATES' GEOGRAPHIC CENTERS $600: 5 miles north-northwest of Cadillac Michigan
#7712, aired 2018-03-06DIRECT ME TO THE DIRECTIONAL UNIVERSITY $800: See the map? You'll find this school off I-94 in Kalamazoo, over near the left edge of the state Western Michigan
#7712, aired 2018-03-06DIRECT ME TO THE DIRECTIONAL UNIVERSITY $1000: See the map? You'll find this school off Oakwood Street in Ypsilanti, over near the right edge of the state Eastern Michigan
#7683, aired 2018-01-24ONLY GEOGRAPHY $600: The only Great Lake entirely within the United States Lake Michigan
#7680, aired 2018-01-19STATES BY LAKES $1,100 (Daily Double): Lake Cadillac, Lac Vieux Desert Michigan
#7678, aired 2018-01-17PRESIDENTIAL BURIAL PLACES $600: Grand Rapids, Michigan Gerald Ford
#7676, aired 2018-01-15STREET SMARTS $800: Named for a lake, this famed Chicago shopping street is also known as the Magnificent Mile Michigan
#7656, aired 2017-12-18STATE FLAGS $3,000 (Daily Double): On its flag, an elk & a moose stand beside a shield depicting a lake & a peninsula Michigan
#7650, aired 2017-12-08STATELY BODIES OF WATER $1,000 (Daily Double): The bay of Green Bay lies at its northwestern corner Lake Michigan
#7640, aired 2017-11-24THE EUROPEAN MIDWEST $1600: Delftware & wooden shoes are made in the DeKlomp factory in this Michigan town Holland
#7632, aired 2017-11-14COLORFUL AMERICAN CITIES $400: The Menominee & the Winnebago once lived on the site of this football-mad city situated on Lake Michigan Green Bay
#7605, aired 2017-10-06MOST INSTAGRAMMED PLACES BY STATE $400: In this state: Lambeau Field Wisconsin
#7602, aired 2017-10-03IS THAT A THING? $1200: No, it's a place, right before Kalkaska on the alphabetical list of Michigan counties Kalamazoo
#7599, aired 2017-09-28COUNTY SEATS $1,000 (Daily Double): Cornelius Vanderbilt's rustic rocking chair is in the museum named for this other rich guy in Wayne County, Michigan (Henry) Ford
#7596, aired 2017-09-25ONE STATE, UNDER CANADA $800: Of states sharing land and water boundaries with Canada, Alaska leads at 1,538 mi.; this contiguous one is next with 721 Michigan
#7567, aired 2017-07-04CASINO ROYALE $600 (Daily Double): Gary, Indiana's Majestic Star Casino has a royal view of this Great Lake Lake Michigan
#7555, aired 2017-06-16EAST ON THE MAP $600: It's home to Michigan State University East Lansing
#7536, aired 2017-05-2219th CENTURY CONGRESSMEN $1200: James G. Blaine, former co-owner of the Kennebec Journal, repped this state Maine
#7533, aired 2017-05-17THE MAP OF CANADA $200: Ontario's Wasaga Beach is the world's longest freshwater beach, 9 miles along Georgian Bay, an arm of this lake Huron
#7523, aired 2017-05-03WHERE YA FROM? $1200: Yoopers, from Michigan's upper peninsula, call lower peninsula folks these, as they live under a bridge trolls
#7512, aired 2017-04-18STATE THE CITY $1000: Michigan: Served by Gerald R. Ford International Airport Grand Rapids
#7491, aired 2017-03-20FESTIVALS $600 (Daily Double): A highlight of this Michigan city's Dutch Winterfest is the arrival of Sinterklaas on his great white horse Holland
#7484, aired 2017-03-09DIALECTS $800: Ottawa, a dialect of Ojibwe, is mainly spoken in northern Michigan & the southern part of this Canadian province Ontario
#7475, aired 2017-02-24USA! USA! $400: This largest city in Wisconsin is an important port on Lake Michigan Milwaukee
#7474, aired 2017-02-23STRAIT TALK $1200: The Detroit River is actually a strait connecting Lake St. Clair with this Great Lake Lake Erie
#7471, aired 2017-02-20FLOWERS $800: Every May the city of Holland, Michigan has a weeklong festival devoted to these flowers tulips
#7467, aired 2017-02-14GOTTA CRAM $200: The largest crowd for a hockey game came in 2010 when 104,173 fans filled Michigan's "Big House" in this city Ann Arbor
#7466, aired 2017-02-13BODIES OF WATER $3,000 (Daily Double): The "thumb" of Michigan's "mitten" juts north into this Great Lake Lake Huron
#7465, aired 2017-02-10STATE SCHOOL ALUMNI $1200: Arthur Miller, Madonna University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
#7463, aired 2017-02-08ABBREVIATED K $800: A Michigan food company on the New York Stock Exchange Kellogg's
#7458, aired 2017-02-01GOOD FELLERS $800: This legendary logger dug Lake Michigan as a watering hole for his blue ox Babe Paul Bunyan
#7455, aired 2017-01-27BEFORE HE WAS PRESIDENT $600: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Chicago.) Thousands of the USA's aircraft carrier pilots of World War II were trained at Chicago's Navy Pier; one was this future U.S. president who said, "Flying off Lake Michigan was the coldest I ever was in my life" George H.W. Bush
#7438, aired 2017-01-04INTERVIEWS $1200: (I'm Melissa Harris-Perry.) In 2016 I interviewed Karen Weaver, mayor of this Michigan city, who talked about the horrific water crisis her people faced Flint
#7429, aired 2016-12-22SPELL IT WITH STATE ABBREVIATIONS $1600: Marcel Marceau's profession Michigan & Maine (MI & ME)
#7423, aired 2016-12-14REPRESENTIN' $400: In 2014 John Conyers won his 26th term for this state & is the first black rep. to be the senior member of Congress Michigan
#7420, aired 2016-12-09IT BORDERS BOTH $600: Wisconsin & Ohio Michigan
#7418, aired 2016-12-07THE GREAT LOOP $600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports.) Leaving Lake Michigan, loopers take either the northern Sanitary & Ship Canal or the southern Calumet-Sag channel right through this metropolis Chicago
#7409, aired 2016-11-24FIRST LADIES $600: Her first marriage was to furniture salesman William Warren of Grand Rapids, Michigan Betty Ford
#7409, aired 2016-11-24U.S. CITY SEALS $400: Chicago's seal includes a sheaf of wheat representing the Illinois plains & a ship for this body of water Lake Michigan
#7404, aired 2016-11-17THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM $2000: The monument seen here that commemorates Perry's victory rises 352 feet above this lake Lake Erie
#7403, aired 2016-11-16SCI-FI NOVELS $200: In "Steelheart" this Midwestern American city has been transformed into steel; even Lake Michigan has turned to metal Chicago
#7401, aired 2016-11-14LET'S TRAVEL $4,000 (Daily Double): The 4 sets of sea horses around this city's Buckingham Fountain represent the states that border Lake Michigan Chicago
#7391, aired 2016-10-31WHERE AM I? $200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports.) I'm going to get deep dish at Gino's East, just off of Michigan Avenue & Superior Street, opened in 1966 by two cab drivers & a pal who were frustrated by rush hour traffic in this city Chicago
#7377, aired 2016-10-11A BRIDGE TO SOMEWHERE $200: The Mackinac Bridge connects the Upper & Lower Peninsulas in this state Michigan
#7371, aired 2016-10-03WHAT THE CITY NAME MEANS $1000: Ottawa Chief, Michigan Pontiac
#7369, aired 2016-09-29MICHIGAN HISTORY $400: December 10, 1915 marked a milestone with the production of the one millionth car from this company Ford
#7369, aired 2016-09-29MICHIGAN HISTORY $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a graph on the monitor.) In 2016, the Washington Post showed lead in parts-per-billion in Michigan; with the normal level of cause for concern being 5, in Troy, it was 1.1, in Detroit, it was 2.3, & in this city, a staggering 27 Flint
#7369, aired 2016-09-29MICHIGAN HISTORY $1200: In 1925 Gertrude Brown was the first this pie fruit queen & Traverse City's annual festival was born cherry
#7369, aired 2016-09-29MICHIGAN HISTORY $1600: A city up north is named for this French priest who founded Michigan's first permanent Eur. settlement c. 1668 Father Marquette
#7369, aired 2016-09-29MICHIGAN HISTORY $2000: FDR's 1940 phrase "the great" this "of democracy" was later applied to Detroit as it turned out jeeps, tanks & bombers arsenal
#7363, aired 2016-09-21RELATIVE POP CULTURE $800: Michigan congressman Fred Upton is simply Uncle Fred to this Sports Illustrated supermodel Kate Upton
#7354, aired 2016-07-28CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $200: (I'm Ryan Chiaverini.) (And I'm Val Warner of Windy City Live.) Everyone knows Chicago is the Windy City some say it has to do with the way we brag about out town... ...But more likely it has to do with the stiff breezes that come off of this lake Lake Michigan
#7338, aired 2016-07-06BOTONY $1200: In 1888 Liberty H. Bailey established the first horticulture lab in the U.S. at this school in East Lansing Michigan State
#7332, aired 2016-06-2820th CENTURY QUOTES $800: In a 1916 interview this Michigan businessman said that "history is more or less bunk" (Henry) Ford
#7325, aired 2016-06-17A SIZEABLE CATEGORY $200: At 22,000 square miles, it's the largest lake entirely within one country Lake Michigan
#7321, aired 2016-06-13YOU USED TO BE "BIG" $800: In this 1983 film Kevin Kline & his pals from the University of Michigan go Blue as they gather for a funeral The Big Chill
#7317, aired 2016-06-07BAYS & GULFS $400: You'll find Bay City in this state near Saginaw Bay Michigan
#7301, aired 2016-05-16MEET THE PRESS $1000: freep.com is the website of this paper, a Michigan institution since 1835 the Detroit Free Press
#7292, aired 2016-05-03A LIFETIME OF SERVICE $1000: John Dingell left the U.S. House in 2015 after 59 years representing this state Michigan
#7288, aired 2016-04-27VETERINARY MEDICINE $2000: This "Incredible" vet has his own TV series on Nat Geo Wild that follows his practice in Central Michigan's farm country Dr. Jan Pol
#7286, aired 2016-04-25THE DAVY O'BRIEN QUARTERBACK AWARD $1000: 2006: Troy Smith, perfect against arch-rival Michigan Ohio State
#7284, aired 2016-04-21NEW WORLD EXPLORATION $800: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from a waterfront.) In 1673, Frenchmen Louis Joliet & Jacques Marquette traveled from Chicago to Green Bay, mapping this Great Lake's western shore Lake Michigan
#7279, aired 2016-04-14NO-FLY ZONE $1000: Boundary Waters Canoe Area in this northern state's Superior National Forest Minnesota
#7273, aired 2016-04-06THE WAR OF 1812 $400: In August 1812 General William Hull surrendered his army to the British at this Michigan city Detroit
#7269, aired 2016-03-31THE COLLEGE/ATHLETE $400: Jim Harbaugh, Chris Webber & Jim Abbott looked a-maize-ing in blue the University of Michigan
#7252, aired 2016-03-08TRAVELING ALONG ROUTE 66 $200: One end of Route 66 is at Grant Park on the corner of Jackson & Michigan Avenues in this city Chicago
#7241, aired 2016-02-22LABOR $2,600 (Daily Double): Among the other things made by members of this Michigan-based union are boats & jet engines the United Auto Workers
#7231, aired 2016-02-08COLLEGE TOWNS $200: The University of Michigan is this city's largest employer Ann Arbor
#7214, aired 2016-01-14IF YOU BUILD "IT", HE WILL COME $200: A kid's hand covering in the shape of Michigan's lower peninsula a mitt
#7200, aired 2015-12-25LIBRARIES $400: The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library is on this school's campus (University of) Michigan
#7184, aired 2015-12-03STATES' LOWEST POINTS $400: Minnesota: On the western shore of this lake Lake Superior
#7156, aired 2015-10-26LOONEY TUNE CHARACTERS $800: Hello my baby, it's the name of the character seen here Michigan J. Frog
#7144, aired 2015-10-08WHOSE LIFE IS IT? $200: Born Michigan, 1863, assembled quite a resume as an industrialist, died Michigan, 1947 (Henry) Ford
#7144, aired 2015-10-08WHOSE LIFE IS IT? $1000: Born Finland, 1910, designed for G.M., M.I.T. & J.F.K., met the big architect, Michigan, 1961 (Eero) Saarinen
#7136, aired 2015-09-28BOTANISTS $1200: In 1888 Liberty H. Bailey established the 1st horticultural laboratory in the U.S. at this East Lansing school Michigan State
#7133, aired 2015-09-23I'M GOIN' TO JACKSON $200: The City of Jackson, Michigan was where this political party was formally organized on July 6, 1854 the Republican Party
#7131, aired 2015-09-21THAT SOUNDS FAMILIAL $200: Dakar, Senegal has been designated as this type of city to Ann Arbor, Michigan a sister city
#7127, aired 2015-09-15AUTO RACING $800: (I'm NASCAR driver Greg Biffle.) In June 2013, I was driving a Ford, not a Toyota, when I won this state's Quicken Loan 400 Michigan
#7124, aired 2015-07-30MAYORS $2,000 (Daily Double): Mayor Dave Bing had the unhappy task of announcing that this city had declared bankruptcy Detroit, Michigan
#7115, aired 2015-07-17JULY $4,000 (Daily Double): On July 30, 1975 he dined at a restaurant in Bloomfield Township, Michigan then got into a car & disappeared Jimmy Hoffa
#7110, aired 2015-07-10OFFICIAL STATE MOTTOES $2,000 (Daily Double): Michigan's motto mentions this type of land area a peninsula
#7081, aired 2015-06-01THE LAW OF THE LAND $600: In Michigan, thou shalt not hook up with thy neighbor's wife--this act--lest ye get 4 years in prison adultery
#7076, aired 2015-05-25STATE OF THE UNION HEADQUARTERS $400: United Auto Workers Michigan
#7061, aired 2015-05-04THE MIDWEST $400: You'd be hard-pressed to find one in the state, but the critter seen here gave a nickname to this state Michigan
#7043, aired 2015-04-084-LETTER U.S. CITIES $1200: It's no myth--for most of the last 15 years, this city has ranked as the safest in Michigan Troy
#7030, aired 2015-03-20STATE THE SENATOR $1,200 (Daily Double): In 1910: Henry du Pont Delaware
#7025, aired 2015-03-132-TIMING STATES $1000: In Michigan they're still asleep in Ironwood but getting up in this rock-hard seat of Genesee County Flint
#7023, aired 2015-03-11THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE $400: Tahquanemon Falls in this state's upper peninsula is the USA's second-largest waterfall east of the Mississippi Michigan
#7012, aired 2015-02-24DRAWING A CROWD $400: In September 2013 a record crowd of more than 115,000 saw host Michigan beat Notre Dame in this football-crazy city Ann Arbor
#7008, aired 2015-02-18I DIDN'T COME HERE TO MAKE FRIENDS $1,200 (Daily Double): Tensions can arise when a Michigan Wolverine exits the state to go to this capital, home to U-M's traditional archrival Columbus
#7006, aired 2015-02-16NICE "SHOE"S $400: Michigan's "Bigfoot Boogie" race gets its name from these items worn by the competitors snowshoes
#7005, aired 2015-02-1319th CENTURY STATE GOVERNORS $400: What a name! Epaphroditus Ransom quit this Wolverine State's supreme court in 1848 after getting the guv gig Michigan
#6991, aired 2015-01-26GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $1000: This Democrat retired in 2015 as Michigan's longest-serving ever U.S. senator Carl Levin
#6978, aired 2015-01-07LAKES $400: Large rivers that enter this lake include the St. Joseph, Muskegon & Kalamazoo Lake Michigan
#6966, aired 2014-12-22SENATORS $1200: In office since 2001, Debbie Stabenow is the first woman from this state to serve in the Senate Michigan
#6934, aired 2014-11-06WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT $800: This 2-named Michigan city, thought Susan Baldwin, was grrreat! Susan served 4 terms as mayor Battle Creek
#6914, aired 2014-10-09THAT PLACE IS "GRAND"! $400: This city about 25 miles east of Lake Michigan, was founded by a fur trader in 1826 Grand Rapids
#6907, aired 2014-09-30FABRICS $400: Mackinaw, a heavy water-repellent woolen cloth, originated in the early 19th century in this state Michigan
#6903, aired 2014-09-24WHAT GOOGLE COULD BE DOING $1200: Gov. Snyder of this Midwest state where Larry Page was born is trying to reverse a trend of population loss Michigan
#6899, aired 2014-09-18GEMS $800: Isle Royale Greenstone is found chiefly as small pebbles on the beaches of this state Michigan
#6884, aired 2014-07-17OFFICE SEEKER, DISAPPOINTED $200: In 1918 this tycoon entered Michigan's Senate Republican & Democratic primaries, lost both & never ran again (Henry) Ford
#6856, aired 2014-06-09STOP! HEY, WHAT'S THAT SOUND? $600: Buckeyes, cover your ears--here's the fight song of this Big 10 school the University of Michigan
#6853, aired 2014-06-04MICHIGAN ODDS & ENDS $200: Appropriately, this type of public building in Grand Rapids is named after astronaut Roger B. Chaffee a planetarium
#6853, aired 2014-06-04MICHIGAN ODDS & ENDS $400: The Porcupine Mountains, or "Porkies", are in this 16,000-square-mile northern slice of Michigan the Upper Peninsula
#6853, aired 2014-06-04MICHIGAN ODDS & ENDS $600: Crazy! The city of Wayne & Wayne county are both named after this 18th century soldier Anthony Wayne
#6853, aired 2014-06-04MICHIGAN ODDS & ENDS $800: Fair Lane is the name of Henry Ford's mansion in this city next to Detroit Dearborn
#6853, aired 2014-06-04MICHIGAN ODDS & ENDS $1000: This 1860s Detroiter's name is on a ginger ale that's the oldest existing U.S. bottled soft drink (James) Vernor
#6851, aired 2014-06-02HAVE A COUNTY SEAT $400: Washtenaw's county seat is Ann Arbor in this state; go Blue! Michigan
#6845, aired 2014-05-23THE MIDWEST $400: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) The Northwest Ordinance set Illinois' northern border here; when statehood was requested in 1817, an Illinois delegate had Congress move it 60 miles to the north to include a Lake Michigan port that would become this city Chicago
#6845, aired 2014-05-23THE MIDWEST $1600: Its state song is heard here Wisconsin
#6804, aired 2014-03-27COLLEGE FOOTBALL COACHES $600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows two football helmets on the monitor.) When Fritz Crisler redesigned the black helmets for this Big 10 team so the players could see each other better, the team nearly doubled its yardage from the previous season the University of Michigan
#6801, aired 2014-03-24CITY SEALS $400: Chicago's seal displays this lake Michigan
#6799, aired 2014-03-20SAY MY NAME $200: In 1930 this Michigan businessman wrote a book, "Edison as I Know Him" (Henry) Ford
#6794, aired 2014-03-13FORD $600: Gerald Ford grew up in this Michigan city, the largest after Detroit Grand Rapids
#6791, aired 2014-03-10DIALECTS $800: Yooper is an English dialect spoken primarily in this state's Upper Peninsula Michigan
#6779, aired 2014-02-20PIER REVIEWS $800: "Enjoy all the fun & beauty of a day on Lake Michigan" at this military-named pier in the Windy City Navy Pier
#6778, aired 2014-02-19SORORITY SISTERS $1200: Margaret Brewer, this service's first woman general, was "always faithful" to the Michigan ZTA Alpha Gammas the Marines
#6766, aired 2014-02-03BORN IN THE USA $600: St. Joseph, Michigan, 1992: This 2-time Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition cover model Kate Upton
#6756, aired 2014-01-20SAME NAME AS A STATE CAPITAL $800: Far from Mississippi, it's the site of Michigan's first state prison Jackson
#6750, aired 2014-01-101914--WHAT A YEAR $1600: As the year began, this Michigan company doubled its average worker's salary to a $5-a-day minimum wage Ford
#6739, aired 2013-12-26CELEBRATED JUMPING FROGS $400: Michigan J. Frog literally jumped from Chuck Jones' sketchpad for the opening night of this network in 1995 the WB
#6733, aired 2013-12-18"M" STATE $600: Its motto is Latin for "if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you" Michigan
#6722, aired 2013-12-03STATE SHAPES $800: Starting this project in 1817 forced the redrawing of the borders of Ill., Ind., Ohio, Michigan & Wisconsin the Erie Canal
#6699, aired 2013-10-31STATE YOUR BUSINESS $200: General Motors Michigan
#6691, aired 2013-10-21INTO THIN AIR $600: In June 2013 the FBI dug up a Michigan field in search of this labor leader missing since 1975; no dice Jimmy Hoffa
#6686, aired 2013-10-14STATE THE STATE UNIVERSITY $400: In 1855 this East Lansing school opened as the first agricultural college in the United States Michigan State
#6678, aired 2013-10-02FIRE! $200: On Oct. 10, 1871, after 2 days, unbuilt lots, rainfall & Lake Michigan quelled a huge fire in this city Chicago
#6677, aired 2013-10-01"ROSE"S $200: At the first one in 1902, Michigan beat Stanford 49-zip the Rose Bowl
#6633, aired 2013-06-19WHERE ARE YOU FROM? $800: This term for someone from the "Wolverine State" ends with the name of a male bird a Michigander
#6626, aired 2013-06-10STATE OF THE ONION $200: "Unable to rebound after the failure of its upper-peninsula franchise", it "has been forced to close its borders" Michigan
#6613, aired 2013-05-22ANNUAL EVENTS $1,000 (Daily Double): The Cereal Festival, with "The World's Longest Breakfast Table", is an annual event in this Michigan city Battle Creek
#6609, aired 2013-05-16YES "WAY" $800: Michigan congressman Dave Camp chairs this House committee Ways and Means
#6596, aired 2013-04-29STATE FACTS $600: It's the only state that is divided into 2 peninsulas, upper & lower Michigan
#6593, aired 2013-04-24RADIO, RADIO $800: Gilda Radner was the weather girl on WCBN, the campus broadcasting network of this Michigan college town Ann Arbor
#6591, aired 2013-04-22SHARED COLLEGE SPORTS NICKNAMES $600: Western Michigan & Boise State the Broncos
#6583, aired 2013-04-10RIVER UNDER THE BRIDGE $2000: Beneath the Ambassador Bridge that links Michigan & Windsor, Ontario the Detroit River
#6579, aired 2013-04-04STATES' MOST POPULOUS COUNTIES $1600: Wayne County Michigan
#6574, aired 2013-03-28STATES THAT BORDER CANADA $400: This state's Erie county has a 42-mile border with Canada; don't try to drive across it Pennsylvania (New York also accepted)
#6571, aired 2013-03-25OHIO HISTORY $400: In an 1835 "war" Ohio got Toledo & this state got its upper peninsula Michigan
#6568, aired 2013-03-20PRESIDENTIAL DEBATERS $800: 66.9 million tuned in to these 3 men at Michigan State University on Oct. 19, 1992 Bush the First, Clinton & Perot
#6558, aired 2013-03-06KNOW YOUR AREA CODES $800: 313 will call up this Great Lakes state's eastern edge; 616, its western Michigan
#6549, aired 2013-02-21THE YEAR THAT WAS $200: Grand Rapids, Michigan became the first city in the U.S. to have this added to its water supply fluoride
#6541, aired 2013-02-11COLLEGE RECOMMENDATIONS $200: Don't walk on the brass "M" on the diag before your first test at this Ann Arbor school; legend says you'll flunk it if you do Michigan
#6533, aired 2013-01-30ANNUAL EVENTS $400: Once a year pedestrians get to hoof it across the Mackinac Bridge that connects this state's 2 peninsulas Michigan
#6514, aired 2013-01-03STATE OF THE ART MUSEUM $400: The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts Michigan
#6512, aired 2013-01-01NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS $200: I'll adopt a rescue dog instead of last year's error, taking in this University of Michigan mascot a wolverine
#6505, aired 2012-12-21SKYSCRAPER CITY $600: The John Hancock Center at 875 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago
#6500, aired 2012-12-14CHEMISTS $2000: In 1897 this Midland, Michigan chemist founded what became one of the world's largest chemical firms (Herbert Henry) Dow
#6482, aired 2012-11-20STATES BY LAKE $1200: Lake Charlevoix, Lake Cadillac Michigan
#6454, aired 2012-10-11PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES $800: Ann Arbor, Michigan Gerald Ford
#6453, aired 2012-10-10STOPS $400: In 1920 the first 4-way 3-color one of these was placed at Woodward & Michigan Avenues in Detroit stop light (a traffic light accepted)
#6443, aired 2012-09-26IN THE POLITICAL ARENA $800: Last name of Michigan congressman Fred, whose niece Kate was the 2012 S.I. Swimsuit Issue cover girl Upton
#6443, aired 2012-09-26RANDOM HOUSE $1200: Fair Lane, the 56-room Dearborn, Michigan home built for this man, cost around $2 million, & that's in 1915 bucks! Henry Ford
#6440, aired 2012-09-21STATE BY COUNTIES $2000: Manitowoc, Buffalo, Fond du Lac Wisconsin
#6436, aired 2012-09-17GREAT & OTHER LAKES $200: The Chicago River flows out of this Great Lake Lake Michigan
#6422, aired 2012-07-17ARTHUR $800: A theatre at the University of Michigan is named for this alumnus & Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Arthur Miller
#6408, aired 2012-06-27THE RIVER OF HISTORY $800: The name of this Michigan waterway that meets up with the Kalamazoo River refers to a fight that involved 4 guys Battle Creek
#6402, aired 2012-06-19THE NAME ON THE AIRPORT $400: The airport serving Grand Rapids, Michigan is named for this 38th president Gerald Ford
#6401, aired 2012-06-18AMERICAN ISLANDS $1000: This Michigan island where no passenger cars are allowed was once a focal point of John Jacob Astor's fur trade Mackinac Island
#6384, aired 2012-05-24NEWSPAPER TOWNS $400: Detroit, Michigan The Free Press
#6370, aired 2012-05-04KNOW YOUR STATE BORDERS! $200: On this state! Specifically, on this state's northeastern border, it's Michigan's Upper Peninsula! Wisconsin
#6364, aired 2012-04-26THE GREAT LAKES $200: A small part of Indiana touches the southern end of this lake Lake Michigan
#6361, aired 2012-04-23WATERFALLS $1200: Ocqueoc, with drops as great as 5 feet, is one of the major waterfalls in the lower peninsula of this state Michigan
#6359, aired 2012-04-19THE 50 STATES $1000: The Grand, at whose rapids a city sprang up, is this state's longest river Michigan
#6344, aired 2012-03-29LOOKING TO THE FUTURE $1600: Robert Ettinger, a founder of this optimistic scientific movement, died in 2011 & of course is frozen in Michigan cryonics
#6340, aired 2012-03-23NATIONAL PARKS $1000: Accessible only by boat or seaplane, Isle Royale National Park is located in this Great Lake Superior
#6327, aired 2012-03-06IN A BIG COUNTY $2000: Wayne County has more people than any other in this state but lost 12% of them from 2000 to 2010 Michigan
#6324, aired 2012-03-01CANALS $1000: The Soo Canals at the twin cities of Sault Ste Marie in Michigan & Ontario allow ships to pass between these two Great Lakes Superior & Huron
#6320, aired 2012-02-24U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: Saginaw Bay on the east coast of Michigan's Lower Peninsula is an inlet of this Great Lake Lake Huron
#6313, aired 2012-02-15SKYSCRAPER CITY $400: Water Tower Place at 835 North Michigan Avenue Chicago
#6289, aired 2012-01-12U.S.A. $800: This Michigan city is the former HQ of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church & is home to some famous cereals Battle Creek
#6281, aired 2012-01-02STATES' HIGHEST POINTS $800: Mount Arvon on the Upper Peninsula Michigan
#6272, aired 2011-12-20TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL $800: A Michigan realtor claimed that this New Testament man (& his head) appeared to him 30 times between 1927 & 1933 John the Baptist
#6266, aired 2011-12-12NOT ACTUALLY A STATE CAPITAL $800: Home of the Cascade Falls, this city in Michigan (not Mississippi) is also called "The Rose City" Jackson
#6265, aired 2011-12-09HIP HOP HOOPSTERS $600: This former University of Michigan & Sacramento Kings star raps as "C. Webb" Chris Webber
#6256, aired 2011-11-28MICHIGAN $200: This state capital on the Grand River at its junction with the Red Cedar River was once called "Biddle Town" Lansing
#6256, aired 2011-11-28MICHIGAN $400: Population-wise, in 1950 this was the fourth-largest city in the U.S.; by 2000, it was eighth Detroit
#6256, aired 2011-11-28MICHIGAN $600: Michigan touches all the Great Lakes except this one Ontario
#6256, aired 2011-11-28MICHIGAN $1000: Seen here is a shot from an annual festival in this city Holland, Michigan
#6256, aired 2011-11-28MICHIGAN $1,200 (Daily Double): The wives of the co-founders of the city now home to the University of Michigan both had this first name Ann (Arbor)
#6242, aired 2011-11-08TAKE A DRIVE ON I-65 $1000: Won't you get hip to this timely jive / & just south of this Great Lake arrive / At the north end of I-65 Lake Michigan
#6225, aired 2011-10-14HOME FROM THE HOUSE $800: With 102 years of combined service, John Conyers & John Dignell of this Midwest state are the House's 2 senior members Michigan
#6210, aired 2011-09-23THERE SHOULD BE PLAYOFFS! $400: Hail to the victors... kind of!; this Big 10 team was 12-0 in 1997 but could not play 13-0 Nebraska; there should be playoffs University of Michigan
#6209, aired 2011-09-22STRAIT AHEAD $1000: Hydrologically, Lake Huron & Lake Michigan are one lake since they are connected by this strip of water the Strait of Mackinac
#6205, aired 2011-07-29STATE GEMS $4,000 (Daily Double): This form of silica, also the name of a Michigan city, is Ohio's gemstone flint
#6200, aired 2011-07-22LETTER PERFECT $400: It precedes 94 in a way to get from Michigan to Montana I
#6186, aired 2011-07-04THE ONE & ONLY $400: It's the only one of the Great Lakes to lie entirely within the United States Lake Michigan
#6184, aired 2011-06-30ON WISCONSIN $1200: Wisconsin borders these 2 Great Lakes Superior and Michigan
#6178, aired 2011-06-22COURSE CORRECTION $400: Dropped Bankruptcy for Bloodfeuds, at this Ann Arbor Univ.'s law school 'cause Bloodfeuds sounded awesome! the University of Michigan
#6144, aired 2011-05-05POLITICIANS MAKE ME CUSS $200: "For" Michigan Republican congressman Hoekstra's "sake!" Pete's
#6141, aired 2011-05-02STATE NAME ORIGINS $200: This state's name is from Chippewa words meaning "great water", after the lake of the same name Michigan
#6099, aired 2011-03-03WHAT'S IN YOUR WALLET? $800: My rewards card from this bookstore chain that has its headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan Borders
#6096, aired 2011-02-28ATHLETES $200: University of Michigan QB Denard Robinson, who runs a 10.4 100 meters, is known for never tying these his shoes
#6095, aired 2011-02-25U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: In 1847 the Michigan legislature chose this city to succeed Detroit as state capital Lansing
#6092, aired 2011-02-22COMBINED STATE ABBREV. $800: Has a white face: Michigan + Maine mime
#6066, aired 2011-01-17A WOMAN'S PLACE IS IN THE HOUSE $2000: Former Rep. Debbie Stabenow took a stab & is now a U.S. senator from this state Michigan
#6063, aired 2011-01-12STATE SANDWICH $1200: It's the cheesy filling between Illinois & Michigan's Upper Peninsula Wisconsin
#6041, aired 2010-12-131901-1910 $600: On Jan. 1, 1902 the first postseason college football game was played in this city; Michigan beat Stanford, 49-0 Pasadena
#6036, aired 2010-12-06WELL, I NEVER! $800: It may be the Univ. of Michigan's mascot, but I never had this animal as a pet; it attacks reindeer, caribou & almost anything the wolverine
#6022, aired 2010-11-16PENINSULAS $400: This state's Door Peninsula juts out between Green Bay & Lake Michigan Wisconsin
#6010, aired 2010-10-29CAR & DRIVER $200: In this 1983 film Tom Cruise's dad's Porsche ends up in Lake Michigan Risky Business
#5996, aired 2010-10-11NBA HALL OF FAMERS $800: As a rookie in the 1980 NBA finals, this Michigan State alum played all 5 positions & scored 42 points in the final game Magic Johnson
#5995, aired 2010-10-08MICHIGAN MANIA $200: This baby food company began operations in Fremont, Michigan in 1928 Gerber
#5995, aired 2010-10-08MICHIGAN MANIA $400: This U.S. political party held its first statewide meeting in Jackson, Michigan in July 1854 the Republican party
#5995, aired 2010-10-08MICHIGAN MANIA $600: In 1935 Michigan workers formed this organization, the UAW United Auto Workers
#5995, aired 2010-10-08MICHIGAN MANIA $800: The Michigan region was ceded by France to Great Britain by the 1763 Treaty of Paris ending this war the Seven Years' War / the French and Indian War
#5995, aired 2010-10-08MICHIGAN MANIA $1000: In 1894 C.W. Post created his warm cereal drink Postum in this Michigan city Battle Creek
#5990, aired 2010-10-01GLENN CLOSE $2000: (Glenn Close delivers the clue.) Kevin Kline played my husband Harold in this film about some University of Michigan alums, & Mary Kay Place...I think you owe me one The Big Chill
#5963, aired 2010-07-14ANNUAL EVENTS $800: An annual Michigan event is the Labor Day walk over this bridge between the Upper & Lower Peninsulas the Mackinac Bridge
#5954, aired 2010-07-01STATE YOUR BUSINESS $1,000 (Daily Double): Kellogg's: You read the side of the box a million times, now it pays off Michigan
#5950, aired 2010-06-25NAME THAT SPORTS CONFERENCE $200: Michigan, Ohio State the Big Ten
#5946, aired 2010-06-21DRIVING SAFETY $200: (Alex reports from Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI.) There's an actual car inside this advanced driving simulator which Ford uses to test new safety technologies; the unit is called "VIRTTEX", which stands for this kind of test track virtual
#5946, aired 2010-06-21DRIVING SAFETY $400: (Alex reports from Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI.) Some of the safety features being tested are seats & steering wheels that vibrate when a lane is crossed; it's called haptic technology because it refers to this sense touch
#5946, aired 2010-06-21DRIVING SAFETY $600: (Alex reports from Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI.) Undergoing testing right now is an innovative collision warning feature that will alert drivers to an unexpected hazard; it's based on this kind of technology, a term coined in 1940 radar
#5946, aired 2010-06-21DRIVING SAFETY $800: (Alex reports from Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI.) Unlike stationary simulators, the VIRTTEX allows the driver inside the vehicle to actually feel the motion; if he hits the brakes or turns the steering wheel, he will feel pitch, roll & this third axial motion yaw
#5946, aired 2010-06-21DRIVING SAFETY $1,600 (Daily Double): (Alex reports from Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI.) To make the driving as realistic as possible, the simulator includes such features as 3-D sound--with noises of the road, the engine & the tires as well as that apparent change in pitch you just heard, named for this Austrian physicist Doppler
#5913, aired 2010-05-05STATE THE STATE $200: State that's home to the Alfred P. Sloan Museum, featuring the Buick Automotive Gallery Michigan
#5891, aired 2010-04-05AROUND THE WORLD $1000: It's the Great Lake seen here on a lovely night Lake Michigan
#5868, aired 2010-03-03U.S. STATES' LARGEST ISLANDS $1000: Isle Royale Michigan
#5848, aired 2010-02-03PRESIDENTIAL ALMA MATERS $1200: University of Michigan (class of 1935) Ford
#5819, aired 2009-12-24LETTER-WORD $600: One of the first versions of this, in Michigan in 1956, had the kids hitting off a metal pipe T-ball
#5810, aired 2009-12-11MICHIGAN MUSICIAN MISHMASH $400: She was born as a Bay City roller on Aug. 16, 1958, but left her home town & her last name far behind Madonna
#5810, aired 2009-12-11MICHIGAN MUSICIAN MISHMASH $800: In 1971 Detroit native Glenn Frey formed this band in L.A. with Don Henley; pretty good career move, Glenn The Eagles
#5810, aired 2009-12-11MICHIGAN MUSICIAN MISHMASH $1200: This superstar was born in Saginaw in 1950 & by 1961, signed with Motown's Berry Gordy; isn't he lovely? Stevie Wonder
#5810, aired 2009-12-11MICHIGAN MUSICIAN MISHMASH $1600: Anthony Kiedis was born in Grand Rapids, but got a Flea infestation in L.A. in 1983 & formed this band The Red Hot Chili Peppers
#5810, aired 2009-12-11MICHIGAN MUSICIAN MISHMASH $2000: Dearborn-born in 1945, this singer/songwriter sure liked "Old Time Rock & Roll" in 1979 Bob Seger
#5799, aired 2009-11-26IT'S THE 26th $400: The 26th state to join the Union, it bears the name of the lake it borders Michigan
#5764, aired 2009-10-08WHAT'S THE POINT? $400: Point Pelee, the southernmost point in Canada, is a peninsula in Ontario that juts into this Great Lake Lake Erie
#5758, aired 2009-09-30MADAM SENATOR $1200: Debbie Stabenow was named the "Great Lakes Legislator of the Year" for this state Michigan
#5747, aired 2009-09-15MOOSE ON THE LOOSE $1000: A study ongoing since 1958 examines the relation between moose & this predator on Michigan's Isle Royale the wolf
#5738, aired 2009-07-15THE GREAT STATE OF... $200: It touches four of the Great Lakes Michigan
#5736, aired 2009-07-13THE STATE IT'S IN $600: Hearst Castle, the Monterey Peninsula California
#5725, aired 2009-06-26STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI $200: Clarence Darrow, Tom Brady, Gerald Ford the University of Michigan
#5721, aired 2009-06-22ANN(E)-TASTIC! $800: This college town is the seat of Michigan's Washtenaw County Ann Arbor
#5717, aired 2009-06-16ONE OF THESE THINGS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHERS $400: The one that is a state east of the Mississippi river Michigan
#5714, aired 2009-06-11A SERIES OF FIELDS $200: In 2010 the stadium for this university's Wolverines will hold more than 108,000; Go Blue! the University of Michigan
#5711, aired 2009-06-08BODIES OF WATER $400: Saginaw Bay, on the eastern coast of Michigan, is an inlet of this Great Lake Lake Huron
#5709, aired 2009-06-04EASY STREET $800: In Chicago, "the Magnificent Mile" refers to a stretch of this famed avenue Michigan Avenue
#5694, aired 2009-05-14ALMA MATERS $400: William J. Mayo (of clinic founding fame) was a Wolverine, getting his medical degree from this school the University of Michigan
#5690, aired 2009-05-08A STATE OF COLLEGE-NESS $800: Wayne State, Kalamazoo College, Madonna University (it's Franciscan Catholic, not Material Girl) Michigan
#5688, aired 2009-05-06BODIES OF WATER $1600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew points to a map on the monitor.) The Straits of Mackinac separate the Upper & Lower Peninsulas & connect these two Great Lakes Huron & Michigan
#5684, aired 2009-04-30POLITICAL NICKNAMES $1000: Michigander who in 2009 became the longest-serving U.S. representative in history: "Tailpipe Johnny" (John) Dingell
#5677, aired 2009-04-21WONDERS OF THE MIDWEST $800: In northern Michigan you can see a plate of this type of pie 14 feet across--but with only 1 slice cherry
#5656, aired 2009-03-23BORN TO RUN $800: At a Big 10 meet in Michigan in 1935, this grandson of a slave broke 3 world records & tied a fourth, all in an hour (Jesse) Owens
#5637, aired 2009-02-24"C" DUTY $800: You auto know this small Michigan city that rests on the lake of the same name Cadillac
#5621, aired 2009-02-02SKY HIGH $600: Water Tower Place at 835 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago
#5613, aired 2009-01-21I RAN FOR PREZ IN 2008 $800: Born in Michigan, he spent millions of his own money on his bid, but only made it to Feb. 7 Mitt Romney
#5610, aired 2009-01-16COLLEGE SPORTS TEAM NICKNAMES $800: San Jose State & Michigan State the Spartans
#5599, aired 2009-01-01AMERICAN GRADUATORS $600: Look out! This Big 10 school unleashes about 6,000 new Wolverines on the Upper Midwest each spring Michigan
#5596, aired 2008-12-29WHERE AM I? $400: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Michigan.) I'm not at Gerald R. Ford's presidential library in Ann Arbor, but at his museum in this city, Michigan's second largest Grand Rapids
#5585, aired 2008-12-12NEWS OF THE WEIRD $1000: 2 men were busted in Traverse City in this state; they'd told a gas station worker 2 hours earlier that they'd soon rob him Michigan
#5581, aired 2008-12-08RED STATES $200: Like Grosse Pointe, Redford is a suburb of the largest city in this state Michigan
#5574, aired 2008-11-27HAIL, CAESAR $400: The world's largest carry-out pizza chain, it was founded in 1959 in Garden City, Michigan Little Caesars
#5563, aired 2008-11-12WHEN YOU GO TO COLLEGE $200: Perhaps you'll write for your college paper, like this school's Daily Trojan USC (University of Southern California)
#5562, aired 2008-11-11STATE THE LANDMARK $800: Greenfield Village, Kellogg Bird Sanctuary Michigan
#5549, aired 2008-10-23ECONOMICS $1600: For July 2008 this figure was 3.0 for South Dakota but 8.5 for Michigan unemployment rate
#5545, aired 2008-10-17INDIANA $200: This port city on Lake Michigan was founded by U.S. Steel & can produce 7 million tons of steel a year Gary
#5544, aired 2008-10-16AN AVERAGE CATEGORY $1000: Marquette, Michigan averages 2.35 inches of precipitation in this month known proverbially for showers April
#5528, aired 2008-09-24VERY PUNNY $1200: The I.M. Force knows 7-year-old Chris Elliott amused his family calling a Michigan Ave. traffic jam "Michigan" this Impossible
#5519, aired 2008-09-11ANNUAL EVENTS $3,000 (Daily Double): Each June 60,000 visitors are served bowls of cereal in this Michigan city's Cereal City Festival Battle Creek
#5510, aired 2008-07-18STATES' HIGHEST POINTS $400: Mount Arvon on the Upper Peninsula Michigan
#5500, aired 2008-07-04"SAG" $200: Michigan bay that's part of Lake Huron Saginaw Bay
#5493, aired 2008-06-25GEMS $800: Isle Royale greenstone, this state's official gem, is found on Isle Royale in Lake Superior Michigan
#5489, aired 2008-06-19OF A MAN NAMED BRADY $200: In 2007 this Patriots QB from Michigan threw a single-season record 50 TD passes Tom Brady
#5460, aired 2008-05-09COLLEGE STADIUMS & ARENAS $800: The largest football stadiums using turf are those of the Wolverines & Buckeyes from these 2 schools Michigan & Ohio State
#5449, aired 2008-04-24BODIES OF WATER $800: It's the only Great Lake entirely within the U.S. Lake Michigan
#5437, aired 2008-04-08THE GERALD R. FORD MUSEUM $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew gives the clue.) I'm holding Gerald Ford's football helmet; he was a 2-way player at linebacker & center, & this team's MVP of 1934 Michigan
#5414, aired 2008-03-06ON THE U.S. MAP $800: Tuscola County is in Michigan; Tuscaloosa County is in this state Alabama
#5411, aired 2008-03-03COLLEGE FOOTBALL COACHING LEGENDS $400: Bo Schembechler (1969-1989) Michigan
#5402, aired 2008-02-19WINTER SPORTS & GAMES $200: In 2006 Michigan Tech staged one of these fun winter battles with 3,762 participants a snowball fight
#5395, aired 2008-02-08BRIDGES $400: On June 25, 1998 the Mackinac Bridge in this state celebrated its 100-millionth crossing Michigan
#5377, aired 2008-01-15STATE FLAGS $1600: The elk & moose on this peninsular state's flag seem unperturbed by the man with the gun standing between them Michigan
#5354, aired 2007-12-13IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STATE $800: The life force known as "chi" is inside this state Michigan
#5337, aired 2007-11-20BUSY AS A BEAVER $2000: Natural enemies of the beaver include bobcats, coyotes & this "glutton" associated with Michigan a wolverine
#5327, aired 2007-11-06THE NEW YORK TIMES COLUMNISTS $800: "Our Towns" columnist Peter Applebome has come far since his career began at this state's Ypsilanti Press Michigan
#5307, aired 2007-10-09ANNUAL EVENTS $1,400 (Daily Double): Dancers clomp around in wooden shoes at the Holland, Michigan festival honoring this flower the tulip
#5298, aired 2007-09-26U.S. BODIES OF WATER $2000: This river, which connects Lake St. Clair & Lake Erie, provides part of the border between Michigan & Ontario the Detroit River
#5267, aired 2007-07-03U.S. GEOGRAPHIC DISTINCTIONS $400: Bordering 4 out of the 5, this U.S. state borders more of the Great Lakes than any other Michigan
#5254, aired 2007-06-14BUSINESS $800: Future Michigan governor George Romney headed this merger-created car company from 1954 to 1962 American Motors
#5252, aired 2007-06-12UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FOOTBALL $400: On Dec. 13, 1997 Michigan CB Charles Woodson became the first primarily defensive player to win this award the Heisman Trophy
#5252, aired 2007-06-12UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FOOTBALL $800: He played center for Michigan's national championship teams of 1932 & '33; he dabbled in politics, too Gerald Ford
#5252, aired 2007-06-12UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FOOTBALL $1200: This Bo knew football, too; he went 194-48-5 as U-M's coach from 1969 to 1989 Schembechler
#5252, aired 2007-06-12UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FOOTBALL $1600: Last name of QB Brian who led Michigan to the '97 natl. championship; dad Bob QBed for the 17-0 Dolphins of 1972 Griese
#5252, aired 2007-06-12UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FOOTBALL $2000: A sixth-round draft pick in 2000, this Michigan man found a bit of success as a QB for the Patriots (Tom) Brady
#5223, aired 2007-05-02BEFORE HE WAS PRESIDENT... $5,000 (Daily Double): He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Michigan 13 straight times (Gerald) Ford
#5210, aired 2007-04-13AMERICAN WORLD CAPITALS $400: As the birthplace of this company, Fremont, Michigan calls itself the "baby food capital of the world" Gerber
#5197, aired 2007-03-27THE LATE PRESIDENT FORD $800: The Michigan city where he set up his law practice, before his political career Grand Rapids
#5185, aired 2007-03-09STADIUMS & ARENAS $1000: The Super Bowl with the highest TV rating was No. XVI in 1982, held in this Michigan stadium the Silverdome
#5183, aired 2007-03-07STATES FREAK $1600: The 3 states on Michigan's southern borders Indiana, Ohio, & Wisconsin
#5175, aired 2007-02-23U.S. CITIES $400: With a name from the Chippewa for "on the summit", Ishpeming is a top ski center on the upper peninsula of this state Michigan
#5173, aired 2007-02-21WOLVERINE $1200: The website for this state's legislature says no bear "can match the vicious disposition... of the wolverine" Michigan
#5165, aired 2007-02-09STATES OF THE UNION $400: This state's first paper was the Du Buque Visitor, which began publishing in 1836 Iowa
#5156, aired 2007-01-29ROSES $400: It was first played January 1, 1902 with Michigan beating Stanford 49-0 the Rose Bowl
#5155, aired 2007-01-2619th CENTURY NAMES $200: On Aug. 16, 1812 British general Sir Isaac Brock captured this Michigan city Detroit
#5151, aired 2007-01-22STATELY ARENAS $400: Crisler Arena, Kellogg Arena Michigan
#5150, aired 2007-01-19AMERICAN ISLANDS $800: Isle Royale in this Great Lake is the source of a green stone called chlorastrolite, Michigan's state gem Lake Superior
#5148, aired 2007-01-17LANDMARKS $600: An over 300-foot Doric column on this Great Lake is both a peace memorial & a Perry's victory memorial Lake Erie
#5141, aired 2007-01-08AIRPORTS $600: Kalamazoo, Michigan shares its airport with this "Cereal City" Battle Creek
#5135, aired 2006-12-29UNITING THE STATES & CITIES $2000: "The Wolverine State" combines with its college town known for its Wolverines & forms the mighty... Michigann Arbor
#5129, aired 2006-12-21COLLEGE SPORTS TEAM LOGOS $1000: It was originally a state agricultural college Michigan State
#5124, aired 2006-12-14MOVERS & QUAKERS $800: In the 1850s, minister Elizabeth Comstock helped make Rollin, Michigan an active stop on this route the Underground Railroad
#5124, aired 2006-12-14OCEANOGRAPHY $400: The Milwaukee Deep isn't in Lake Michigan; it's the lowest point in this ocean, near Puerto Rico the Atlantic Ocean
#5119, aired 2006-12-07THE WEASEL FAMILY $600: Ironically, this creature had been unseen in Michigan for 200 years until one was photographed in 2004 wolverine
#5117, aired 2006-12-05SHIPWRECKS $400: Built in 1892 but with a hull still made of this, the 300-foot Frank O'Connor sank in Lake Michigan in 1919 wood
#5114, aired 2006-11-30MUSEUMS $400: His museum in Dearborn, Michigan was once known as "Henry's Attic" Henry Ford
#5109, aired 2006-11-23CHEMICAL STATES $2000: A spice for chili: copper plus Michigan plus nitrogen cumin (Cu+MI+N)
#5101, aired 2006-11-13HOW I MET YOUR MOTOR $400: Appropriately, this Michigan city is known as "Motor City" Detroit
#5090, aired 2006-10-27ROCK OF AGES $800: The name of this hard stone, a form of silica resembling chalcedony, can also be found on maps of Michigan flint
#5090, aired 2006-10-27U.S.A. $400: You might want to wear your mackinaw to cross the Mackinac bridge in this state Michigan
#5084, aired 2006-10-19AMERICAN COUNTIES $400: Ogemaw, Saginaw & Washtenaw are all counties in this state Michigan
#5055, aired 2006-07-28U.S. LAKES & RIVERS $600: Until 1900 when engineers reversed the flow, this river flowed into Lake Michigan the Chicago River
#5052, aired 2006-07-25DO YOU HAVE A RESERVATION? $1200: Huron Potawatomi & Sault Ste. Marie Michigan
#5049, aired 2006-07-20MARVEL $800: Hey bub, this X-Man had adamantium claws, rad muttonchops & probably preferred U. of Michigan teams Wolverine
#5048, aired 2006-07-19YOU HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR $200: A killer stalks a Michigan resort in the thriller "Dead of" this season winter
#5039, aired 2006-07-06STATE OF THE UNION $800: Gerald & Betty Ford, on Oct. 15, 1948 Michigan
#5032, aired 2006-06-27LIFE OF THE PARTY $200: This party was named at a Michigan convention, 1854; still going strong the GOP (or Republican Party)
#5027, aired 2006-06-20AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY $1,500 (Daily Double): These largest cities of Michigan & Iowa were both given French names Detroit & Des Moines
#5016, aired 2006-06-05CITY OF THE DAY: MILWAUKEE $400: Milwaukee is located at the confluence of the Milwaukee & Menominee Rivers where they flow into this lake Lake Michigan
#4991, aired 2006-05-01ON, WISCONSIN! $600: The Door Peninsula, Wisconsin's "thumb", juts into this lake Lake Michigan
#4979, aired 2006-04-13YOU DO KNOW JACK $1000: Some call this controversial Michigan physician "Dr. Death" Jack Kevorkian
#4966, aired 2006-03-27THE HEISMAN TROPHY $200: Here's to those who wear the gold & blue; this school is tied for the most Heisman winners with 7 Notre Dame
#4960, aired 2006-03-17CANALS $2,000 (Daily Double): Located at Sault Ste. Marie, the St. Marys Falls Canal connects these 2 Great Lakes Lake Superior & Lake Huron
#4957, aired 2006-03-14COLLEGE SPORTS RIVALRIES $600: In 2000 these 2 Big 10 schools were named ESPN.com's all-time top rivalry Michigan & Ohio State
#4952, aired 2006-03-07MUSEUMS $400: There's a 1941 Crosley at this state's National Automobile Museum, built on Bill Harrah's collection Nevada
#4939, aired 2006-02-16THE LARGEST U.S. STATE $1000: Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi Michigan
#4926, aired 2006-01-30SURRENDER! $400: American general William Hull was court-martialed for surrendering this Michigan city during the War of 1812 Detroit
#4920, aired 2006-01-20U.S. COUNTIES $1200: You'll find Cheboygan County east of Wisconsin in this neighboring state Michigan
#4911, aired 2006-01-09TAKING THE FIFTH $200: Before he was president, Gerald Ford was a congressman from this state's Fifth District Michigan
#4909, aired 2006-01-05NATIONAL PARKS $200: This state's Isle Royale is on an island in Lake Superior Michigan
#4908, aired 2006-01-04EARLY AMERICA $1200: In 1673 these 2 French explorers left the Lake Michigan area & traveled as far south as the Arkansas River Marquette & Joliet
#4898, aired 2005-12-21ACTOR-PLAYWRIGHTS $200: Jeff Daniels wrote "Escanaba in da Moonlight", a "super Yooper comedy" set on this state's Upper Peninsula Michigan
#4886, aired 2005-12-05LIBRARIES $1000: For aural thrills go to the Vincent Voice Library at Michigan State & hear a recording of this 23rd U.S. president Benjamin Harrison
#4882, aired 2005-11-29LOOSE CHANGE $400: Introduced in January 2004, the U.S. quarter honoring this state depicts all 5 Great Lakes Michigan
#4881, aired 2005-11-28TAKE A MICHIGANDER AT THIS $400: Last name of the "flaky" guy born on April 7, 1860 in Battle Creek Kellogg
#4881, aired 2005-11-28TAKE A MICHIGANDER AT THIS $800: He was born Feb. 4, 1902 in Detroit; 25 years later, he'd become a world-famous hero for 2 days of work Lindbergh
#4881, aired 2005-11-28TAKE A MICHIGANDER AT THIS $1600: Born in Grand Rapids in 1935, he perished with fellow astronauts Grissom & White in 1967 (Roger) Chaffee
#4881, aired 2005-11-28TAKE A MICHIGANDER AT THIS $2000: Before "Stella Got Her Groove Back", this Port Huron-born author overcame battles wtih drugs & alcohol Terry McMillan
#4881, aired 2005-11-28TAKE A MICHIGANDER AT THIS $3,000 (Daily Double): We don't know if this novelist was "So Big" at her Aug. 15, 1887 birth, but we do know it was in a zoo: Kalamazoo Edna Ferber
#4875, aired 2005-11-18LESSER-KNOWN EXPLORERS $1200: Jean Nicolet expected to see Asians & wore Chinese robes after crossing this lake into Wisconsin Lake Michigan
#4867, aired 2005-11-08CELEBRITY ALUMNI $800: This co-star of the film "Charlie's Angels" studied Asian languages & culture at the Univeristy of Michigan Lucy Liu
#4862, aired 2005-11-01A "WIN" WIN SITUATION $1000: Chicago suburb on the shores of Lake Michigan Winnetka
#4852, aired 2005-10-18ANNUAL EVENTS $200: Michigan claims the nation's oldest one, starting in 1849; don't miss the pig races or the midway a state fair
#4850, aired 2005-10-14GEOGRAPHY $200: The Great Lakes are Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie & this one whose name implies greatness Lake Superior
#4832, aired 2005-09-20HISTORIC "D" TOUR $1,000 (Daily Double): Not only was Henry Ford born in this Michigan city, he also started his first auto company there Dearborn
#4806, aired 2005-06-27TANGENTIAL ETRUSCAN POTPOURRI $1000: Etruscans would have loved this playwright who went from the U. of Michigan to the U. of Marilyn (Monroe) Arthur Miller
#4804, aired 2005-06-23BODIES OF WATER $800: (Sarah of the Clue crew reports from a lakefront in Chicago, IL.) Lake Michigan is larger than you think. Scientists say it's actually part of this Great Lake that it joins via the Straits of Mackinaw Lake Huron
#4797, aired 2005-06-14THE 50 STATES $1,000 (Daily Double): Of states with Lake Michigan shoreline, it has the least, 41 miles Indiana
#4793, aired 2005-06-08HELL ON EARTH $400: The Road to Hell travels northwest from Ypsilanti in this state Michigan
#4780, aired 2005-05-20DRAW IT UP $800: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew demonstrates from a blackboard.) When you draw Michigan as a mitten, this bay separates the thumb from the rest of the hand Saginaw Bay
#4777, aired 2005-05-17AIRPORT NAMES $1200: The Flint, Michigan airport is named for Arthur Bishop, who was on this company's board for 29 years General Motors
#4775, aired 2005-05-13UNIVERSITIES BY ALUMNI $800: Mike Wallace, Gerald Ford, Jessye Norman Michigan
#4774, aired 2005-05-12GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $1000: He's Massachusetts' governor; his father served as the governor of Michigan in the '60s Mitt Romney
#4769, aired 2005-05-05BEFORE HE WAS PRESIDENT... $1200: He practiced law in Grand Rapids, Michigan Gerald Ford
#4766, aired 2005-05-02"N"VELOPED $3,200 (Daily Double): A webcam on this university's School of Communications is pointed at Lake Michigan Northwestern
#4757, aired 2005-04-19CHICAGO $800: Shoppers adore "The Magnificent Mile", the north part of this avenue Michigan
#4744, aired 2005-03-31U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1,000 (Daily Double): Wisconsin is bordered by these 2 of the 5 Great Lakes Michigan & Superior
#4735, aired 2005-03-18REMEMBERING ARTHUR MILLER $400: In the '30s Miller attended this school at Ann Arbor, which he said was "regarded as a radical enclave" the University of Michigan
#4733, aired 2005-03-16THE LARGEST IN AREA $800: Lake Ontario, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron Lake Huron
#4732, aired 2005-03-15THE "C"ROSSWORD PUZZLE $600: Michigan city, or DeVille maker (8) Cadillac
#4732, aired 2005-03-15THE NEWSPAPER $400: When it hit the streets in 1831, Michigan Intelligencer was part of its name The Detroit Free Press
#4722, aired 2005-03-01GO JUMP IN A GREAT LAKE! $600: Named for the region's Indians, this second-largest Great Lake was the first one seen by Europeans Huron
#4722, aired 2005-03-01GO JUMP IN A GREAT LAKE! $800: Rivers draining into this lake include the Muskegon, Kalamazoo & St. Joseph in the East Michigan
#4707, aired 2005-02-08COLLEGE TOWNS $1200: University of Michigan Ann Arbor
#4696, aired 2005-01-24U.S. LAKES & RIVERS $800: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands on a lakeshore.) I'm standing near the shore of this body of water that was once known as "Lac Des Illinois" Lake Michigan
#4693, aired 2005-01-19U.S. CITIES $600: Had this Michigan city kept its earlier name, there might have been a song "I've Got A Gal In Bronson" Kalamazoo
#4688, aired 2005-01-12U.S. CITY-SCAPE $400: This Michigan city was incorporated in 1815; there must have been a recall, as it was reincorporated in 1824 Detroit
#4686, aired 2005-01-10PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES $600: The Ford Library is on the campus of this Ford alma mater the University of Michigan
#4677, aired 2004-12-28COLLEGE BOWL $200: When completed in 1923, this Ann Arbor school's Yost Field House was the first field house on a college campus the University of Michigan
#4677, aired 2004-12-28SPECS & THE CITY $400: Of the 10 most populous U.S. cities, this Michigan city has the highest percentage of African-Americans Detroit
#4672, aired 2004-12-21SUPERHERO SECRET IDENTITY LAST NAMES $1200: A state university in Detroit, Michigan Wayne
#4655, aired 2004-11-26THE "K" TEAM $800: On Oct. 6, 1951, this magnate died in Battle Creek, Michigan Kellogg
#4646, aired 2004-11-15FRATERNITY SUIT $800: Last name of the Michigan State A.T.O. who, in '99, followed in Dad's footsteps & became president of the Teamsters (James P.) Hoffa
#4645, aired 2004-11-12PITS BURG $1000: In 1852 cherries were planted on Old Mission Peninsula in this Midwest state; it now grows 75% of the tart type Michigan
#4643, aired 2004-11-10REPORTING FROM THE WHITE HOUSE $200: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the White House.) One year ago he represented Michigan's 5th District. Today, August 9th 1974, he enters the Oval Office as President Gerald Ford
#4638, aired 2004-11-04GUNSMOKE $800: This U.S. state's official seal shows a man holding a gun & standing on a peninsula Michigan
#4625, aired 2004-10-15LICENSE PLATE SLOGANS $1000: Idaho has been the "Vacation" this, Oregon the "Pacific" this, & Michigan the "Water-Winter" this "Wonderland"
#4624, aired 2004-10-14LAKE CITY $400: Cleveland, Ohio Lake Erie
#4616, aired 2004-10-04THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL RACE $1200: Most of the over 50,000 signatures he submitted to try to get on the Michigan ballot were collected by the GOP (Ralph) Nader
#4605, aired 2004-09-17I'M A LUMBERJACK $800: I bow before the mighty white one of these, a symbol of lumbering, as Michigan's state tree pine
#4599, aired 2004-09-09PRO FOOTBALL $600: After 41 seasons in the same city, this NFL team moved to Pontiac, Michigan in 1975 Detroit Lions
#4597, aired 2004-09-07THE EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT $1000: (Sofia of the Clue Crew holds a red hat at the Experience Music Project in Seattle, WA.) Experience Music Project has a hat from the collection of this man from Romeo, Michigan Kid Rock
#4593, aired 2004-07-21STATE NICKNAME FUN $4,000 (Daily Double): In 2004 a biologist caused great excitement when he photographed an actual wild one of these in Michigan a wolverine
#4590, aired 2004-07-16POPULATIONS $600: From 1970 to 1990 the population center shifted west from southern Illinois to near Steelville in this state Missouri
#4584, aired 2004-07-08THE 50 STATES $1200: It's the only state that touches 3 of the Great Lakes Michigan
#4575, aired 2004-06-25COLLEGE TEAM NICKNAMES $1200: Things might be austere for this team from Michigan State University the Spartans
#4569, aired 2004-06-17HOW ABOUT HOWARD $2000: The last wide receiver to win the Heisman Trophy was this University of Michigan player who won in 1991 Desmond Howard
#4565, aired 2004-06-11COLLEGE BASKETBALL $1000: (I'm Jalen Rose of the NBA.) I was part of this school's "Fab Five" that played in 2 NCAA finals in the '90s the University of Michigan
#4550, aired 2004-05-21THE OLD COLLEGE TRY $400: Basketball superstar Magic Johnson played his college ball at this university in East Lansing Michigan State
#4550, aired 2004-05-21THE OLD COLLEGE TRY $2000: New Haven has Albertus Magnus; Grand Rapids, Michigan has a school named for this other 13th c. theologian St. Thomas Aquinas
#4549, aired 2004-05-20ANNUAL EVENTS $800: A cow-calling contest was among the events in 1928 at this state's first Upper Peninsula State Fair in Escanaba Michigan
#4530, aired 2004-04-23SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY $800: In 1913 at a plant in Highland Park, Michigan, a car from his company became the first produced on an assembly line Henry Ford
#4523, aired 2004-04-14COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: Madonna could have gone to Madonna Univ. in Livonia but instead attended this bigger school in Ann Arbor University of Michigan
#4522, aired 2004-04-13HISTORIC PEOPLE $1200: In 1668 this Jesuit (without Joliet) founded Sault Ste. Marie, the first permanent white settlement in Michigan Jacques Marquette
#4516, aired 2004-04-05THUMB ENCHANTED EVENING $800: The "thumb" on the geographic mitten that is Michigan juts into this Great Lake Lake Huron
#4498, aired 2004-03-10COLLEGE FOOTBALL $800: Tom Harmon, Desmond Howard & Charles Woodson won the Heisman Trophy at this Big Ten school Michigan
#4498, aired 2004-03-10STATE THE STATE $2,000 (Daily Double): This state was named for a European king in 1682 by Robert Cavalier, Sieur de La Salle Louisiana
#4495, aired 2004-03-05I LIKE "U" $1600: This pharmaceutical company was founded in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1886 Upjohn
#4490, aired 2004-02-27U.S. BODIES OF WATER $200: Green Bay in Wisconsin is the largest arm of this Great Lake Lake Michigan
#4486, aired 2004-02-23POSTAL ABBREVIATION SPELLING $600: Michigan, Maine mime
#4484, aired 2004-02-19STATE FLAGS $2000: The motto on this state's flag is translated as "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you" Michigan
#4482, aired 2004-02-17ASHTON KUTCHER $400: On the seventh of February in 1978, Ashton was born in Cedar Rapids in this state Iowa
#4480, aired 2004-02-13STATE CAPITALS $800: Its original name was Michigan Lansing
#4462, aired 2004-01-20LAKES & RIVERS $800: It's the largest body of fresh water entirely within the U.S. Lake Michigan
#4457, aired 2004-01-13STATE STUFF $200: One of this state's license plates depicts an automobile & says it's the "World's Motor Capital" Michigan
#4456, aired 2004-01-12PRESIDENTS' WIVES $800: She & the future president spent part of their 1948 honeymoon at a Michigan-Northwestern football game Betty Ford
#4432, aired 2003-12-09MR. ROGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD $600: This king of low-budget moviemaking came to California from Michigan in his teens Roger Corman
#4431, aired 2003-12-08EAST ON THE MAP $800: This city with a 2-word name grew around Michigan State University East Lansing
#4429, aired 2003-12-04A HOOSIERS WHO'S WHO $800: He was first seen in Brazil, Indiana in 1913; he was last seen outside a Michigan restaurant in 1975 Jimmy Hoffa
#4425, aired 2003-11-28WHERE YA FROM? $2,000 (Daily Double): A Sooite comes from this locale in Michigan or Ontario Sault Ste. Marie
#4423, aired 2003-11-26ODD WORDS $1600: Yoopers are people from this part of Michigan the Upper Peninsula
#4422, aired 2003-11-25STATES BY COUNTY $1600: Antrim, Huron, Mackinac Michigan
#4413, aired 2003-11-12SHARED TEAM NICKNAMES $800: Michigan State & Case Western Reserve University the Spartans
#4409, aired 2003-11-062003 NEWS $800: In a long-awaited decision on this univ.'s Affirmative Action policies, the Supreme Court said...some are OK, some aren't the University of Michigan
#4402, aired 2003-10-28SHADES OF GRAY $1200: GM is associated with this Michigan city that some find a striking shade of gray Flint
#4398, aired 2003-10-22BODIES OF WATER $400: The St. Mary's River connects Lake Superior to this second-largest Great Lake Lake Huron
#4394, aired 2003-10-16MR. BUSINESSMAN $200: In 1945 he became president of a Dearborn, Michigan car company started by his grandfather Henry Ford II
#4376, aired 2003-09-22WHERE'D YOU GO ON VACATION $2000: ...to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where we visited this former President's library & museum Gerald Ford
#4372, aired 2003-09-16TRAINING DAY $1600: The Great Lakes Recruit Training Center on this lake is the U.S. Navy's only recruit training center Lake Michigan
#4364, aired 2003-07-17THE AMERICAN LEAGUE $1000: On Sept. 27, 1999 this team played the last of its 6,783 games at "The Corner" of Michigan & Trumbull Detroit Tigers
#4345, aired 2003-06-20NATIONAL PARKS $800: Michigan's Isle Royale National Park is situated in this Great Lake Lake Superior
#4331, aired 2003-06-02ROCHESTER $600: 9 miles east of Pontiac, the city of Rochester in this state is home to Oakland University Michigan
#4328, aired 2003-05-28CUTE, FURRY & DEADLY $1000: On "SNL", "immigrant" John Belushi learned to say, "I would like to feed your fingertips to" this Michigan "glutton" wolverine
#4326, aired 2003-05-26WHAT'S IN A NAME? $1600: 50 years after this Shawnee helped the British subdue Michigan, a man partly named for him helped subdue Georgia Tecumseh
#4303, aired 2003-04-23PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY ADDRESSES $400: 1000 Beal Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan Gerald Ford
#4302, aired 2003-04-22LAKES & RIVERS $3,000 (Daily Double): The Straits of Mackinac connect these 2 Great Lakes Lake Michigan & Lake Huron
#4294, aired 2003-04-10USED STUFF $200: In the 1970s this Great Lakes state cut down on litter with the nation's first 10-cent bottle refund law Michigan
#4262, aired 2003-02-251831 $4,000 (Daily Double): First settled in 1831, it's not true that this Michigan city was acquired from local Indians for 25 cents & a box top Battle Creek (the home of Kellogg's)
#4216, aired 2002-12-23UNIVERSITY STATE $1000: Madonna University & Wayne State University Michigan
#4203, aired 2002-12-04COUNTIES $800: The seal of this most populous Illinois county features Lake Michigan Cook
#4196, aired 2002-11-25HURRY "UP"! $1000: Geographically, Michiganders know it's the U.P. Upper Peninsula
#4190, aired 2002-11-15STATE FACTS $1000: Bordering on 4 of the 5 Great Lakes, it has the largest shoreline of any inland state Michigan
#4186, aired 2002-11-11FESTIVALS $5,000 (Daily Double): In January in Michigan people set up shanties on Houghton Lake for a festival devoted to this sport ice fishing
#4176, aired 2002-10-28AMERICAN CITIES $600: This city on Lake Michigan is "The Beer Capital of America" Milwaukee
#4174, aired 2002-10-24ODDS & ENDS $800: In 1957 his Fair Lane estate was presented to the University of Michigan at Dearborn Henry Ford
#4158, aired 2002-10-02STATE THE COLLEGE $200: Olivet, Albion, Kalamazoo Michigan
#4155, aired 2002-09-27HERE'S TO WATER $800: This city's water treatment plant, the world's largest, lies on a 61-acre peninsula that extends into Lake Michigan Chicago
#4152, aired 2002-09-24THE U.S. $400: With water covering about 40% of this state's 96,000 square miles of total area, it must have some great lakes Michigan
#4142, aired 2002-09-10NICKNAMES $2000: Nicknamed "Night Train", in 1952 he became the first & only player in NFL history to intercept 14 passes in one season Dick Lane
#4141, aired 2002-09-09U.S. UNIVERSITIES $400: Western Michigan is in Kalamazoo; Northern Michigan is in Marquette; this university is in Ypsilanti Eastern Michigan University
#4139, aired 2002-09-05SUBURBIA $600: Whitefish Bay, on Lake Michigan, is a suburb of this Wisconsin city Milwaukee
#4104, aired 2002-06-06ON THE "M"AP $400: This Northern Michigan island sits on the strait of the same name Mackinac
#4084, aired 2002-05-09U.S. BODIES OF WATER $200: Chicago & Waukegan are Illinois' busiest ports on this lake Lake Michigan
#4081, aired 2002-05-06MOVIES BY CHARACTER $400: Michigan detective Axel Foley, California detective Billy Rosewood Beverly Hills Cop
#4064, aired 2002-04-11BREAKFAST $1000: Before W.K. Kellogg, C.W. Post was making breakfast cereals in this city Battle Creek, Michigan
#4061, aired 2002-04-08PRO BASKETBALL $800: In 1941 this current Michigan team, the NBA's oldest, began playing in Fort Wayne, Indiana the Pistons
#4060, aired 2002-04-05THE DARWIN AWARDS $400: A man in this "Wolverine State" was shot trying to get a photo of his dog holding a rifle Michigan
#4054, aired 2002-03-28TRAVEL THE U.S.A. $1200: With 45 million gallons, this city's Shedd Aquarium on Lake Michigan is the world's largest indoor aquarium Chicago
#4042, aired 2002-03-12THE BROWN BOMBER $400: An arena bearing Joe Louis' name in this Michigan city was the site of the 1980 Republican Convention Detroit
#4041, aired 2002-03-11FUN WITH FLOWERS $2,500 (Daily Double): Each year, Holland, Michigan holds a festival honoring this flower the tulip
#4031, aired 2002-02-25AMERICAN HISTORY $200: In 1805 this territory was created from the Indiana one, with all or parts of the lower & upper peninsulas Michigan
#4028, aired 2002-02-20GEMS $800: Isle Royale greenstone, this state's official gem, is found on Isle Royale in Lake Superior Michigan
#4025, aired 2002-02-1517th CENTURY AMERICA $1200: In 1668 Marquette founded Sault Ste. Marie, the first permanent European settlement in this future state Michigan
#4022, aired 2002-02-12LAKES & RIVERS $400: Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula extends far into this, the deepest of the Great Lakes Lake Superior
#4010, aired 2002-01-25KEY STONES $800: A Michigan city of 130,000 that you can use to start a fire Flint
#4005, aired 2002-01-18U.S. STATES $1000: Though its name is from Algonquin for "tribe" of superior men", this state is on Lake Michigan Illinois
#4003, aired 2002-01-16JACKS OR BETTER $600: On April 13, 1999 a Michigan judge gave this doctor 10 to 25 years Jack Kevorkian
#4003, aired 2002-01-16STRAIT $200: A suspension bridge built in 1957 over the Straits of Mackinac bridged this state's upper & lower peninsulas Michigan
#4000, aired 2002-01-11THE PRESIDENCY $800: While at the University of Michigan, this future President became a college football MVP Gerald Ford
#3989, aired 2001-12-27BODIES OF WATER $400: Sharing its name with a state, it's the only one of the Great Lakes entirely within the U.S. Lake Michigan
#3988, aired 2001-12-26FILL IN THE BLANK STATE NICKNAMES $400: Michigan: _____ Lakes State Great
#3986, aired 2001-12-24DUDE, WHERE'S MY CAR? $1600: Dude, I said I wanted to go to the Golden Arches, not the arch in this city, seen here St. Louis
#3940, aired 2001-10-19LAST BUT NOT LEAST $300: The last of these swingin' clubs closed its doors in July of 1988 in Lansing, Michigan Playboy Clubs
#3936, aired 2001-10-15UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ALUMNI $100: Though Michigan had a single-sex dorm known as "The Virgin Vault", this "Material Girl" lived in East Quad Madonna
#3936, aired 2001-10-15UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ALUMNI $200: Before intoning "This is CNN", it was U of M for this man who overcame a childhood stutter James Earl Jones
#3936, aired 2001-10-15UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ALUMNI $300: The "salesman" he created wouldn't die until 11 years after this author's senior year in 1938 Arthur Miller
#3936, aired 2001-10-15UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ALUMNI $400: It'd take more than "60 Minutes" to honor this anchor/alum, also a character in "The Insider" Mike Wallace
#3936, aired 2001-10-15UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ALUMNI $500: Lawrence Kasdan wrote this Kevin Kline/Glenn Close ensemble film partially based on his years at Michigan The Big Chill
#3925, aired 2001-09-28U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: Its nickname is "the Great Lakes State" Michigan
#3921, aired 2001-09-24U.S. POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $1000: MI Michigan
#3920, aired 2001-09-21AMERICA-PODGE $1000: Born in Mexico in 1907 to expatriate American Mormons, George Romney served as gov. of this U.S. state in the 1960s Michigan
#3907, aired 2001-09-04SMACK DAB IN THE MIDDLE $500: In Wexford County, 5 miles north-northwest of Cadillac Michigan
#3904, aired 2001-07-19BORDERLINE STATES $500: Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota Wisconsin
#3902, aired 2001-07-17"HAY", THERE $600: In the early 1960s he co-founded Students for a Democratic Society while attending the University of Michigan Tom Hayden
#3895, aired 2001-07-06NEW U.S. SENATORS $3,500 (Daily Double): Debbie Stabenow beat Dick Chrysler in a 1996 Congress race & in 2000, became this state's first female senator Michigan
#3873, aired 2001-06-06BASKETBALL $400: In 1979 Indiana State's Larry Bird was Player of the Year, but this Michigan State star was the NBA's No. 1 draft pick Earvin "Magic" Johnson
#3869, aired 2001-05-31HOME STATES $600: Thomas Dewey, Henry Ford, Madonna Michigan
#3858, aired 2001-05-16PRESIDENTIAL ALMA MATERS $400: MIchigan, 1935; Yale Law School, 1941 Gerald Ford
#3842, aired 2001-04-24GEOGRAPHIC NAMES $1,500 (Daily Double): This Michigan city is named for the stream on which an 1820s skirmish occurred between 2 surveyors & 2 Indians Battle Creek
#3838, aired 2001-04-18STATE OF CONFUSION $800: This state got its Upper Peninsula from Wisconsin in 1837, making up for its loss of Toledo to Ohio Michigan
#3834, aired 2001-04-12AIN'T THAT AMERICA $100: The Mackinac Bridge joins the upper & lower peninsulas of this U.S. state Michigan
#3832, aired 2001-04-10NOTORIOUS $1000: This 1930's radio personality, seen here, was pastor of the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, Michigan Father Charles Coughlin
#3831, aired 2001-04-09STATE BORDERS $300: Michigan & Pennsylvania Ohio
#3831, aired 2001-04-09WHAT'S AT THE $2 CINEMA? $100: Film in which William Hurt, Glenn Close & friends reminisce about the U. of Michigan in the '60s The Big Chill
#3796, aired 2001-02-19THAT'S JUST "GREAT" $100: Michigan, Erie & 3 others The Great Lakes
#3785, aired 2001-02-02U.S. GEOGRAPHY $100: The Chicago River flows out of this great lake; the Kalamazoo River flows in Lake Michigan
#3780, aired 2001-01-26U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: Streams in the eastern part of this state flow into Lake Michigan & Green Bay Wisconsin
#3777, aired 2001-01-23CURRENT GOVERNORS $1000: John Engler Michigan
#3769, aired 2001-01-11"R-U" SERIOUS? $400: Variations of this game include Michigan, 500 & gin Rummy
#3761, aired 2001-01-011802 $200: Incorporated as a town in 1802; made capital of the Michigan Territory in 1805; burned down the same year Detroit
#3756, aired 2000-12-25PARTIES OF 5 $200: Since 1935, every 5-Flavor roll of this candy has been made in Holland -- Holland, Michigan Life Savers
#3755, aired 2000-12-22THE 50 STATES $100: On its 1996 auto centennial license plate, this state claimed to be the "World's Motor Capital" Michigan
#3743, aired 2000-12-06WOW! THE MIDWEST $400: Of the 5 Great Lakes, the total number we have to share with Canada 4
#3740, aired 2000-12-01TAKE A MICHIGANDER $100: This Detroit native has held on to his solid Midwestern values in California: Tom Selleck
#3740, aired 2000-12-01TAKE A MICHIGANDER $200: His father Henry should have known he was no flop as a businessman or car designer: Edsel Ford
#3740, aired 2000-12-01TAKE A MICHIGANDER $300: He starred in the World Series for the Dodgers as well as the Tigers: Kirk Gibson
#3740, aired 2000-12-01TAKE A MICHIGANDER $400: Though he politicked from New York, he was born in Owosso, Michigan: Thomas E. Dewey
#3740, aired 2000-12-01TAKE A MICHIGANDER $500: His speech education major at Wayne State has taken him a "Long Distance": Casey Kasem
#3734, aired 2000-11-23MAGAZINES $400: Attention, cheaters: A Michigan magazine for new parents is cleverly titled these "notes" Crib Notes
#3717, aired 2000-10-31PENINSULAS $200: This U.S. state's lower peninsula is sometimes called the Mitten because its shape resembles a mittened hand Michigan
#3702, aired 2000-10-10THE INC.-UISITION $100: This Michigan company formerly had a 30-minute pizza delivery guarantee Domino's Pizza
#3690, aired 2000-09-22MIDWESTERN CITIES $200: Bay City in this state is named for its location near Saginaw Bay Michigan
#3652, aired 2000-06-20COMMUNITY COLLEGES $400: Don't want to end up parking cars? Try Henry Ford Community College in this Michigan city Dearborn
#3645, aired 2000-06-09MIDDLE AMERICA $500: A canal across Wisconsin's Door Peninsula connects Lake Michigan with this bay Green Bay
#3639, aired 2000-06-01GOVERNORS $600: In this state's 1998 election, John Engler pulled the plug on the gubernatorial hopes of Jack Kevorkian's lawyer Michigan
#3632, aired 2000-05-23LICENSE PLATE MOTTOS $1000: "Great Lakes Splendor" Michigan
#3626, aired 2000-05-15STATE MOTTOES $400: "If You Seek A Pleasant Peninsula, Look About You" Michigan
#3614, aired 2000-04-27CORPORATE AMERICA $1000: This Auburn Hills, Michigan-based company is the nation's third-largest auto maker Daimler Chrysler
#3609, aired 2000-04-20THE ARCHER $800: This rock star says his hero is Michigan bow hunter Claude Pollington Ted Nugent
#3606, aired 2000-04-17STATE OF THE UNION $200: More breakfast cereal is produced in this state's city of Battle Creek than any other place on Earth Michigan
#3570, aired 2000-02-25HOTELS $300: The Drake Hotel in this Midwestern city offers lovely views of Lake Michigan Chicago
#3564, aired 2000-02-17ANCIENT GREEK SALAD $600 (Daily Double): (Hi, I'm Steve Smith, proud to have been a Michigan State Spartan) It's the name of a league the ancient Spartans founded, & of a war they fought against Athens Peloponnesian
#3560, aired 2000-02-11U.S. STATE NAMES $400: It's named for a Great Lake Michigan
#3558, aired 2000-02-09STATE CAPITALS $200: In the 1840s it succeeded Detroit as Michigan's capital Lansing
#3554, aired 2000-02-03LA ISLA BONITA $200: Michigan's Isle Royale in this Great Lake has over 30 lakes of its own Lake Superior
#3548, aired 2000-01-26PRESIDENTIAL HUNKS $400: Seen here, he didn't just look good in a uniform, he was also an MVP & an All-Star: (playing football at Michigan) Gerald Ford
#3548, aired 2000-01-26QUASI-RELATED PAIRS $400: British breakfast of same-named cities in Maine, California & Michigan & an Alan Alda series Bangors & M*A*S*H
#3539, aired 2000-01-13COLLEGE FOOTBALL COACHES $500: (Hi, I'm Derrick Alexander of the Kansas City Chiefs; I played college football at Michigan) In 1969, his first of 21 seasons at Michigan, he was named Coach of the Year by his fellow coaches Bo Schembechler
#3536, aired 2000-01-10FRUIT LOOPS $500: The area around Traverse City in this state is famous for its cherries Michigan
#3530, aired 1999-12-31SONS $400: This famous son gave his name to a Dearborn, Michigan high school & a car flop of the 1950s Edsel Ford
#3523, aired 1999-12-22THE GREAT LAKES $400: Manitoulin Island in this second-largest Great Lake is the world's largest freshwater island Lake Huron
#3487, aired 1999-11-02COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $200: Wayne State College is in Wayne, Nebraska; Wayne State University is in this largest Michigan city Detroit
#3476, aired 1999-10-18HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS $500: Michigan's Upper & Lower Peninsulas are connected by this suspension bridge that's 1.58 miles between anchorages Mackinac Bridge
#3476, aired 1999-10-18UNIVERSITY TOWNS $400: The University of Michigan Ann Arbor
#3475, aired 1999-10-15PLACE NAME PEOPLE $100: Michigan's capital city bears the name of this man who was chief justice & chancellor of New York John Lansing
#3474, aired 1999-10-14BANNED! $800: Because of its portrayal of the Jewish character Shylock, this play was banned in Michigan in 1980 The Merchant of Venice
#3449, aired 1999-09-09U.S. POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $1000: MI Michigan
#3448, aired 1999-09-08LAKES & RIVERS $200: This largest of the Great Lakes is also the highest above sea level at 600 feet Lake Superior
#3444, aired 1999-07-22COLLEGIATE SPORTS NICKNAMES $500: Michigan State Spartans
#3422, aired 1999-06-22FAMOUS LASTS $400: On May 26, 1927 the last Ford of this model rolled off the Highland Park, Michigan assembly line Model T
#3418, aired 1999-06-16WHICH CAME FIRST? $200: Texas statehood, North Dakota statehood, Michigan statehood Michigan statehood
#3410, aired 1999-06-04THEY MEANT BUSINESS $400: President Harry Cunningham opened this "K" company's first K Mart in Michigan in 1962 Kresge
#3408, aired 1999-06-02U.S. BODIES OF WATER $100: The Chicago River originally flowed into this Great Lake; now it flows out of it Lake Michigan
#3367, aired 1999-04-06DEMOCRATS $200: In 1998 John Conyers was reelected with 87% of the vote in this state's 14th congressional district Michigan
#3332, aired 1999-02-16THEY ALSO RAN $100: This industrialist from Michigan ran for the Senate in 1918, & lost Henry Ford
#3319, aired 1999-01-28YESTERDAY $200: In 1915 this Michigan industrialist chartered a "peace ship" & sailed off to stop WWI Henry Ford
#3318, aired 1999-01-27STATE BIRDS $200: It comes bob bob bobbin' along as the state bird of Michigan, Wisconsin & Connecticut Robin
#3308, aired 1999-01-13U.S. CITIES $200: This Michigan city's civic center has 6 complexes, including the Joe Louis Arena & the Ford Auditorium Detroit
#3298, aired 1998-12-301930s AVIATION $100: In the 1930s he moved the Wright Bros.' home & bicycle workshop to Dearborn, Michigan Henry Ford
#3298, aired 1998-12-30BOWL GAMES $200: Hawaii has played in this Hawaiian bowl only once; it lost to Michigan State 33-13 in 1989 Aloha Bowl
#3278, aired 1998-12-02BROTHERS $200: An empire began when Tom & Louis Borders opened this type of store in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1971 Bookstore
#3269, aired 1998-11-19HISTORIC AMERICANS $100: Born on a farm in Dearborn, Michigan in 1863, he repaired steam engines before building cars Henry Ford
#3267, aired 1998-11-17U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: It's the largest body of fresh water lying entirely within the USA Lake Michigan
#3257, aired 1998-11-03COACH $200: Michigan football legend Glenn E. Schembechler is better known by this nickname "Bo"
#3235, aired 1998-10-02CHILDREN OF THE CORN $100: This black nationalist leader, born in Omaha, moved to Michigan when he was still "Little" Malcolm X
#3220, aired 1998-09-11TOUGH U.S. CITIES $400: This Michigan city, a center of Dutch culture, holds an annual tulip festival Holland
#3197, aired 1998-06-23U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: This Great Lake's deepest point, 1330 feet, lies about 50 miles north of Michigan's Upper Peninsula Lake Superior
#3193, aired 1998-06-17"MAC" WORDS $800: The public is only allowed to use buggies, bikes & saddle horses on this Michigan resort island Mackinac Island
#3193, aired 1998-06-17FIRST LADIES $300: Her first marriage was to William Warren of Grand Rapids, Michigan Betty Ford
#3187, aired 1998-06-09ODDS & ENDS $400: A Michigander might know that glutton is another name for this member of the weasel family Wolverine
#3182, aired 1998-06-02STATE FLAGS $1000: 1 of 3 animals on Michigan's flag (Hint: There are no wolverines) Eagle, elk or moose
#3179, aired 1998-05-28HALLS OF FAME $800: You'll find the Automotive Hall of Fame near the Henry Ford Museum in this Michigan city Dearborn
#3176, aired 1998-05-25SPENCERS FOR HIRE $500: Born in Lansing, Spencer Abraham represents this state in the U.S. Senate Michigan
#3169, aired 1998-05-14SPORTS ANNOUNCERS $600: Bob Griese was in the broadcast booth as son Brian led this team to victory in the 1998 Rose Bowl Michigan
#3165, aired 1998-05-08COLLEGE TOWNS $200: It's home to Concordia College as well as the University of Michigan Ann Arbor
#3163, aired 1998-05-06PETE THE CAPITOL PAGE $300: Pete admires John Dingell, a former page who now represents this Wolverine State in the House Michigan
#3158, aired 1998-04-29HENRY FORD $200: Henry's father William Ford emigrated to this U.S. state from Ireland in 1847 Michigan
#3151, aired 1998-04-20JOHN CUSACK MOVIES $1000: Cusack starred with Minnie Driver in this 1997 movie about a Michigan high school reunion Grosse Pointe Blank
#3126, aired 1998-03-16ELMORE LEONARD $400: Elmore sets many of his stories in Miami or this Michigan metropolis, his home Detroit
#3120, aired 1998-03-06AMERICAN HODGEPODGE $300: Fort Michilimackinac in this state is a reconstruction of an 18th century fort Michigan
#3111, aired 1998-02-23NATIONAL FORESTS $400: Michigan's national forests are located along Lake Michigan & these 2 other Great Lakes Huron & Superior
#3089, aired 1998-01-22WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE $200: Huron a roll if you know the Straits of Mackinac connect Lake Huron with this Great Lake Lake Michigan
#3081, aired 1998-01-12FORMER CAPITALS $200: This largest Michigan city was state capital for 10 years, before it was replaced by Lansing Detroit
#3078, aired 1998-01-07TRAVEL U.S.A. $800: You can visit the Netherlands Museum without ever leaving the USA; it's located in this Michigan city Holland
#3069, aired 1997-12-25COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $300: This school's East Lansing campus has the USA's largest college food service operation Michigan State
#3048, aired 1997-11-26SURROUNDED BY WATER $100: Michigan's Isle Royale is the largest island surrounded by this largest Great Lake Lake Superior
#3045, aired 1997-11-21POLITICALLY INCORRECT $400: A 1989 protest by a Michigan housewife against this Fox sitcom only boosted its popularity Married... With Children
#3026, aired 1997-10-27U.S. BODIES OF WATER $800: It's where David Farragut damned the torpedos & sped ahead to win a victory in 1864 Mobile Bay
#3025, aired 1997-10-24MEGA MERGERS $800: First Chicago NBD was formed by a merger of banks in Chicago & this Michigan city Detroit
#3022, aired 1997-10-21HAND SIGNALS $300: People from this state map it on one hand with Mackinaw City at the top of the middle finger Michigan
#3004, aired 1997-09-25FAMOUS EAGLE SCOUTS $1,000 (Daily Double): In 1927 this future politician became an Eagle Scout of Grand Rapids Boy Scout Troop 15: Gerald Ford
#2999, aired 1997-09-18AMERICAN HODGEPODGE $1,300 (Daily Double): (VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE): Ironically, this animal found in a state nickname is no longer found there in the wild Wolverine ("The Wolverine State" - Michigan)
#2995, aired 1997-09-1230 YEARS AGO: SEPTEMBER 1967 $1000: Michigan governor George Romney charged that during a trip to this country he was brainwashed by officials Vietnam
#2973, aired 1997-07-02CONTESTS $200: The University of Michigan & MIT have won the Sunrayce, a competition for this kind of vehicle a solar-powered vehicle
#2973, aired 1997-07-02LEGAL PEOPLE $600: Geoffrey Fieger, whose brother sang "My Sharona", is the lawyer for this controversial Michigan doctor Jack Kevorkian
#2972, aired 1997-07-01LAKES $300: Ohio's North Bass, Middle Bass & South Bass Islands lie in this most southern Great Lake Lake Erie
#2965, aired 1997-06-20EDUCATION $600: In 1837 this school moved from Detroit to Ann Arbor University of Michigan
#2952, aired 1997-06-03U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: This state's Upper Peninsula has 2 land regions: the Superior Upland & the Central Lowland Michigan
#2944, aired 1997-05-22TRANSPORTATION $1000: This trade union includes chauffeurs, warehousemen & helpers Teamsters
#2940, aired 1997-05-16POLITICS $200: In 1918 this automaker was nominated for a U.S. Senate seat from Michigan but narrowly lost the election Henry Ford
#2939, aired 1997-05-15ROAD TRIP $300: The Mackinac Bridge that crosses the Straits of Mackinac in this state is a part of Interstate 75 Michigan
#2937, aired 1997-05-13FIRST LADIES $800: Her first date with the future president was for drinks at a Grand Rapids, Michigan bar in 1947 Betty Ford
#2936, aired 1997-05-12AMERICANA $400: It's the third largest of the Great Lakes; it's the third smallest, too Lake Michigan
#2929, aired 1997-05-01U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: Name shared by Chicago's Great Lake & one of Chicago's major avenues Michigan
#2924, aired 1997-04-24STATE CAPITALS $100: The metropolitan area of this Michigan capital occupies parts of 3 counties Lansing
#2914, aired 1997-04-10AMERICAN MUSIC FESTIVALS $300: This state has a Banjo-rama in Davison & a fiddlers jamboree in Grand Rapids Michigan
#2910, aired 1997-04-04COMPANY TOWNS $100: The original name of the Kellogg Company included the name of this city, its location Battle Creek, Michigan
#2887, aired 1997-03-04TRANSPORTATION $500: In 1922 Russian-born American Morris Markin began making these cabs in Kalamazoo, Michigan Checker cabs
#2880, aired 1997-02-21INVENTORS $500: In 1953 he was commissioned to design a rotunda dome in Dearborn, Michigan Buckminster Fuller
#2876, aired 1997-02-17U.S. STATES $200: About one-third of this state's industrial workers are employed in the auto industry Michigan
#2871, aired 1997-02-10U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: Laughing Whitefish is a well-known waterfall in this state's Upper Peninsula Michigan
#2862, aired 1997-01-28ISLANDS $400: The name of this Michigan resort island is Chippewa for "great spirits" or "great turtle" Mackinac Island
#2858, aired 1997-01-22ORGANIZATIONS $600: Until 1950 this philanthropic org. founded by father & son automakers benefited mainly Michigan-based groups The Ford Foundation
#2852, aired 1997-01-14MAY 6 EVENTS $600: This leader of the Silver Bullet Band was born on May 6, 1945 in Michigan Bob Seger
#2838, aired 1996-12-25THE 50 STATES $1000: "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you" is the motto of this state Michigan
#2835, aired 1996-12-20ANNUAL EVENTS $500 (Daily Double): Milwaukee's yearly Lakefront Festival of the Arts takes place at the War Memorial Center on this lake Lake Michigan
#2820, aired 1996-11-29ISLANDS $600: Wisconsin's Apostle Islands lie in this Great Lake Superior
#2809, aired 1996-11-14BODIES OF WATER $600: The Chicago Sanitary & Ship Canal connects this Great Lake with the Mississippi River Lake Michigan
#2764, aired 1996-09-12AMERICAN HISTORY $1,000 (Daily Double): An 1842 treaty finalized this state's acquisition of Isle Royale & the Keweenaw Peninsula Michigan
#2761, aired 1996-09-09ROCKS & MINERALS $500: The copper ore chalcopyrite occurs in large deposits in Chile & the Freiberg area of this country Germany
#2756, aired 1996-09-02U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: The geographic center of this state lies in Wexford County, 5 miles north-northwest of Cadillac Michigan
#2755, aired 1996-07-19NEWSPAPERS $300: In 1925 this Chicago paper completed its famous 36-story Gothic Tower on North Michigan Avenue the Tribune
#2743, aired 1996-07-03U.S. CITIES $200: It's the only Michigan city whose population exceeds 1 million Detroit
#2740, aired 1996-06-28NOCTURNAL CREATURES $400: The male of this animal that gave Michigan its state nickname shares its territory with 2 or 3 females wolverine
#2737, aired 1996-06-25FESTIVALS & CELEBRATIONS $400: This state has a rose festival in Jackson & a lilac festival on Mackinac Island Michigan
#2733, aired 1996-06-19MICHIGAN CITIES $200: A top tune in 1942 was "I've Got a Gal in" this Michigan city Kalamazoo
#2733, aired 1996-06-19MICHIGAN CITIES $400: When it was chosen as state capital in 1847, only a sawmill & a log house were there Lansing
#2733, aired 1996-06-19MICHIGAN CITIES $600 (Daily Double): Michigan's busiest port Detroit
#2733, aired 1996-06-19MICHIGAN CITIES $600: The home of this Silverdome, or a car to drive there Pontiac
#2733, aired 1996-06-19MICHIGAN CITIES $1000: When GM workers struck in this city in 1936 & 1937, the "sparks" created got the UAW recognized Flint
#2728, aired 1996-06-12U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800 (Daily Double): Saginaw Bay on the coast of Michigan is an inlet of this second-largest Great Lake Lake Huron
#2716, aired 1996-05-27FAMOUS HOMES $100: Fair Lane in Dearborn, Michigan Henry Ford
#2705, aired 1996-05-10HISTORIC HOMES $400: The Michigan farmhouse where this automaker was born can be seen in Greenfield Village Henry Ford
#2703, aired 1996-05-08BODIES OF WATER $600: Bordered by Ontario, New York, Penn., Ohio & Michigan, it's the shallowest of the Great Lakes Erie
#2697, aired 1996-04-30U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: Kankakee, Pulaski & Peoria are all counties in this state Illinois
#2681, aired 1996-04-08SAINTS $2,000 (Daily Double): Rose Philippine Duchesne worked as a missionary among the Potawatomi Indians in what's now this state Kansas
#2678, aired 1996-04-03U.S.A. $400: Great Lake with the greatest area within the U.S. Lake Michigan
#2672, aired 1996-03-26CHICAGO $200: Lake Shore Drive is on this lake's shore Lake Michigan
#2643, aired 1996-02-14COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: This Ann Arbor school has a number of ships used for research in the Great Lakes University of Michigan
#2627, aired 1996-01-23WISCONSIN $1,200 (Daily Double): These 2 Great Lakes lap the shores of Wisconsin Michigan & Superior
#2623, aired 1996-01-17U.S. CITIES $100: The cities of Highland Park & Hamtramck are surrounded by this Michigan city Detroit
#2607, aired 1995-12-26FIRST LADIES $1,500 (Daily Double): After the wedding, she & her husband drove to Ann Arbor for the Northwestern-Michigan game Mrs. Ford (Betty Ford)
#2607, aired 1995-12-26GAMBLING $200: Some of the most popular versions of this card game are Five Hundred, Gin & Michigan rummy
#2601, aired 1995-12-18BODIES OF WATER $600: They're the straits that separate Upper & Lower Michigan Mackinac
#2600, aired 1995-12-1520th CENTURY AMERICA $300: In 1994 this Pontiac, Michigan stadium became the first indoor facility to hold a World Cup soccer match the Silverdome
#2581, aired 1995-11-20EXPLORERS $800: Jean Nicolet was the first European to see these straits that connect Lake Huron & Lake Michigan Straits of Mackinac
#2573, aired 1995-11-08TAKE FIVE $300: "HOMES" is a word used to remember these, the five Great Lakes Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie & Superior
#2572, aired 1995-11-07THE 1920s $400: In 1921 this chewing gum company "stuck" its 30-story HQ on Michigan Avenue in Chicago Wrigley
#2566, aired 1995-10-30PEOPLE IN HISTORY $300: This automobile manufacturer was born in Michigan July 30, 1863, a few weeks after the Battle of Gettysburg (Henry) Ford
#2563, aired 1995-10-25LAKES & RIVERS $3,000 (Daily Double): This southernmost of the Great Lakes was called Lac du Chat by French explorers Lake Erie
#2559, aired 1995-10-19U.S.A. $100: A courthouse where this pres. practiced law was moved from Illinois to Michigan's Greenfield Village Lincoln
#2558, aired 1995-10-18GRAVESITES $200: It's true; Sojourner Truth is buried in this Michigan cereal city Battle Creek
#2551, aired 1995-10-09WARNER BROS. CARTOONS $500: This animal is the symbol of the new Warner Bros. network Michigan J. Frog
#2550, aired 1995-10-06STATE CAPITALS $1,500 (Daily Double): In 1897 Ransom E. Olds began the automobile industry in this capital city Lansing, Michigan
#2545, aired 1995-09-29U.S. PRESIDENTS $400: While playing football for the University of Michigan, he was named the Wolverines' most valuable player Gerald Ford
#2541, aired 1995-09-25AMERICAN LAKES $400: in 1900 the Chicago River's course was reversed to flow from this lake to the Des Plaines River Lake Michigan
#2538, aired 1995-09-20U.S. STATES $600: The Mackinac Bridge connects this state's 2 peninsulas Michigan
#2530, aired 1995-09-08BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $200: In 1928 this Michigan-based company released its first line of strained baby foods Gerber
#2527, aired 1995-09-05U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: Historic Fort Wayne is located on West Jefferson Avenue in this Michigan city Detroit
#2519, aired 1995-07-13GREEN GEOGRAPHY $400: This arm of Lake Michigan is at the mouth of the Fox River Green Bay
#2518, aired 1995-07-12CROSSWORD CLUES "K" $400: Michigan gal's town (9) Kalamazoo
#2517, aired 1995-07-11AMERICAN HISTORY $1000: The 1835 Toledo War was a border skirmish between Ohio & this present state Michigan
#2501, aired 1995-06-19THE 17th CENTURY $600: In 1668 Jacques Marquette founded a mission at Sault Sainte Marie, now in this state Michigan
#2474, aired 1995-05-11LIBRARIES $600: The Hackley Public Library in Muskegon in this state has a notable collection on lumbering Michigan
#2453, aired 1995-04-12SEE THE U.S.A. $100: The region called Michiana covers an area in Indiana & this state Michigan
#2431, aired 1995-03-13AMERICANA $200: You can observe the big-sea-water of Lake Superior in a Michigan forest named for this Indian hero Hiawatha
#2411, aired 1995-02-13ODDS & ENDS $500: It's the only one of the Great Lakes that doesn't border Canada Lake Michigan
#2409, aired 1995-02-09COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: The nation's first university hospital was founded in 1869 at this Ann Arbor school the University of Michigan
#2406, aired 1995-02-06MUSEUMS $400: His presidential museum is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan Gerald Ford
#2374, aired 1994-12-22AMERICAN HISTORY $200: On Jan. 1, 1902 Michigan defeated Stanford in this, the first post-season football game Rose Bowl
#2371, aired 1994-12-19TRAVEL & TOURISM $200: A 180-acre bird sanctuary named for this cereal pioneer is adjacent to Gull Lake near Battle Creek, Michigan Kellogg
#2347, aired 1994-11-15U.S. CITIES $100: This Illinois city's lakefront on Lake Michigan is over 25 miles long Chicago
#2340, aired 1994-11-04STATE CAPITALS $300: In October an apple butter festival is held at the Carl G. Fenner Arboretum in this Michigan capital Lansing
#2334, aired 1994-10-27COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $200: This university in East Lansing was the first state school to offer agriculture courses for credit Michigan State
#2241, aired 1994-05-0919th CENTURY AMERICA $400: Last name of the Michigan doctor who created Corn Flakes Kellogg
#2237, aired 1994-05-03PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA $200: He was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon at the University of Michigan Gerald Ford
#2189, aired 1994-02-24AMERICANA $400: Kellogg's cereals made this Michigan city the "Breakfast Food City" Battle Creek
#2188, aired 1994-02-23THE 50 STATES $200: This Midwestern state's highest point, Mount Curwood, rises 1,980 feet on its upper peninsula Michigan
#2186, aired 1994-02-21TRAVEL & TOURISM $400: Jackson Park, along Lake Michigan on this city's South Side, is popular for family outings Chicago
#2184, aired 1994-02-17COMMON BONDS $300: Gin, Michigan rummy, hearts card games
#2157, aired 1994-01-11PRESIDENTIAL ALMA MATERS $400: The University of Michigan Gerald Ford
#2155, aired 1994-01-07COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: In 1925 a sportswriter began using this nickname for Michigan State's teams & it stuck Spartans
#2128, aired 1993-12-01BLACK AMERICA $200: In 1979 this Michigan State basketball player was chosen first in the NBA draft by the Los Angeles Lakers Earvin "Magic" Johnson
#2127, aired 1993-11-30CHICAGO $300: Greater Chicago includes Lake & Porter Counties in Indiana & Kenosha County in this state Wisconsin
#2126, aired 1993-11-29U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1000: It's the only Great Lake not bordering the state of Michigan Lake Ontario
#2102, aired 1993-10-26PARKS $600: Windmill Island, a municipal park in this Michigan city, has tulip gardens & a miniature Dutch village Holland
#2102, aired 1993-10-26TELEVISION $200: A Michigan businessman paid $22,000 for one of Thing's boxes from this TV series; give him a hand The Addams Family
#2082, aired 1993-09-28GAMBLING $200: Michigan, baseball & spit-in-the-ocean are popular forms of this card game poker
#2052, aired 1993-07-06FORESTS $400: Ottawa National Forest isn't in Canada but on this state's upper peninsula Michigan
#2050, aired 1993-07-02THE ROARING '20s $300: The American Chronicle says that in 1924 half a million people wrote this Michigander asking for money Henry Ford
#2049, aired 1993-07-01GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $1000: This Michigan governor became Richard Nixon's first Secretary of H.U.D. in 1969 (George) Romney
#2024, aired 1993-05-27U.S. CITIES $800: A Michigan city is named for this Ottawa chief who fought the British in the French & Indian War Pontiac
#2008, aired 1993-05-05COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: The Clements Library in this Ann Arbor school is known for its Revolutionary War collection (University of) Michigan
#2006, aired 1993-05-03STATE CAPITALS $400: The Michigan School for the Blind is located in this capital city Lansing
#1954, aired 1993-02-18BODIES OF WATER $800: It's the largest body of fresh water entirely within the U.S. Lake Michigan
#1949, aired 1993-02-11ANNUAL EVENTS $200: In early summer Windsor, Ontario & this Michigan city hold an International Freedom Festival Detroit
#1904, aired 1992-12-10EDUCATION $400: In 1874 this state's supreme court ruled that the city of Kalamazoo could pay for public high schools Michigan
#1893, aired 1992-11-25PARKS $400: This 1200-acre Chicago park on the shore of Lake Michigan is noted for its zoo Lincoln Park
#1850, aired 1992-09-25NEWSPAPERS $600: It first appeared in 1831 as the "Democratic Free Press & Michigan Intelligencer" the Detroit Free Press
#1834, aired 1992-07-16TRAVEL & TOURISM $800: The only imported operating Dutch windmill in the U.S. is located in this Michigan city Holland
#1830, aired 1992-07-10NATIONAL PARKS $800: The longest continuing study of the eastern timber wolf is at this state's Isle Royale National Park Michigan
#1828, aired 1992-07-08STATE CAPITALS $1,500 (Daily Double): At the turn of the century Ransom E. Olds was making automobiles in this city Lansing (Michigan)
#1784, aired 1992-05-07BRIDGES $800: This Michigan bridge spans a strait that connects Lakes Michigan & Huron Mackinac
#1783, aired 1992-05-06FORESTS $400: Ottawa & Hiawatha National Forests occupy much of this state's Upper Peninsula Michigan
#1768, aired 1992-04-15U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: Washington Island sits in this Great Lake near the entrance to Green Bay Lake Michigan
#1765, aired 1992-04-10PLANTS & TREES $800 (Daily Double): Much of the lumber that shows this tree's "bird's-eye" pattern comes from N. Michigan maple
#1748, aired 1992-03-18THE GREAT LAKES $400: The Great Lakes Naval Training Center is located just south of Waukegan, Ill., on this lake Lake Michigan
#1660, aired 1991-11-15COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: Founded in Detroit, the University of Michigan moved to this city in 1837 Ann Arbor
#1659, aired 1991-11-14ANNUAL EVENTS $300: This state has an annual Upper Peninsula state fair in Escanaba in August Michigan
#1636, aired 1991-10-14U.S. STATES $400: The geographic center of this state is in Wexford County, five miles north of Cadillac Michigan
#1630, aired 1991-10-04U.S. CITIES $200: The husbands of Ann Allen & Ann Rumsey named this Michigan city for their wives Ann Arbor
#1628, aired 1991-10-02WISCONSIN $500: The two Great Lakes that border Wisconsin Michigan & Superior
#1625, aired 1991-09-27THE 50 STATES $800: Orchards in the Traverse City area help make it the leading cherry-growing state Michigan
#1625, aired 1991-09-27WATER $100: The world's largest water treatment plant serves this city on Lake Michigan Chicago
#1624, aired 1991-09-261926 $100: He helped pioneer the 40-hour work week by introducing it at his Michigan auto factories Henry Ford
#1593, aired 1991-07-03ZOOLOGY $800: This fierce, furry member of the weasel family gave Michigan its state nickname wolverine
#1560, aired 1991-05-17LAKES & RIVERS $800: The Straits of Mackinac connect Lake Huron to this Great Lake Lake Michigan
#1553, aired 1991-05-08U.S. STATES $1000: It borders 4 of the 5 Great Lakes Michigan
#1498, aired 1991-02-20COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1,500 (Daily Double): You'll find both campuses of Northwestern University on this Great Lake Lake Michigan
#1496, aired 1991-02-18THE 1970s $1000: In 1974 Harvard & U. of Michigan scientists said these molecules in aerosols were destroying the ozone layer CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons)
#1495, aired 1991-02-15STATE CAPITALS $400: It was originally called Michigan but was renamed for a village in New York Lansing
#1466, aired 1991-01-071972 $300: He won the Michigan & Maryland Democratic primaries 1 day after he was shot George Wallace
#1423, aired 1990-11-07U.S. CITIES $1000: Michigan City is not in Michigan but in this state to the south Indiana
#13, aired 1990-09-08HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS $800: This bridge links Michigan's Upper & Lower Peninsulas Mackinac Bridge
#1372, aired 1990-07-17AMERICAN HISTORY $200: Victims of the 1881 forest fires in Michigan were the first Americans to benefit from this organization the Red Cross
#1356, aired 1990-06-25OFFICIAL STATE THINGS $300: This northern state's motto is "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you" Michigan
#1332, aired 1990-05-22"NORTH" $100: This university's 2 campuses in Chicago & Evanston, Illinois both front on Lake Michigan Northwestern
#1320, aired 1990-05-04COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $100: JFK outlined his idea for the Peace Corps during a 1960 campaign speech on this school's Ann Arbor campus University of Michigan
#1308, aired 1990-04-18THE MIDWEST $200: Sojourner Truth died in her house on College Street in this "cereal" city Battle Creek, Michigan
#1305, aired 1990-04-13U.S.A. $1,500 (Daily Double): An easy way to remember their names is the mnemonic "H-O-M-E-S" the Great Lakes
#1287, aired 1990-03-20FIRST LADIES $400: She met her future husband the year before he ran for Congress from Michigan's fifth district Betty Ford
#1263, aired 1990-02-14STATE CAPITALS $800: State whose capital was named after the village of Lansing, N.Y. Michigan
#1252, aired 1990-01-30STATE FLOWERS $200: The state flower of both Michigan & Arkansas; its blossom time is celebrated in song Apple Blossom
#1251, aired 1990-01-29ONTARIO $300: The Ambassador Bridge, world's largest int'l suspension bridge, links Windsor, Ontario & this city Detroit, Michigan
#1208, aired 1989-11-29AMERICAN INDIANS $500: The Sauk leader Keokuk is buried in the city named for him in this state Iowa
#1201, aired 1989-11-20AMERICAN INDIANS $100: One of the villages of the Miami was this "skunk place" on Lake Michigan Chicago
#1201, aired 1989-11-20PLANTS $200: Every May Holland, Michigan holds a festival in honor of this flower tulip
#1191, aired 1989-11-06POLITICAL LEADERS $600: Michigan gov. who ended his 1968 bid for the presidency after he said he was "brainwashed" on Vietnam George Romney
#1186, aired 1989-10-30BIRDS $1,500 (Daily Double): If these eggs hatch, this state bird of Connecticut, Michigan & Wisconsin will emerge: robin
#1186, aired 1989-10-30BRIDGES $400: The Mackinac Bridge links the 2 land masses of this state Michigan
#1182, aired 1989-10-24ILLINOIS $400: The Illinois Waterway connects Lake Michigan at Chicago to this river in Grafton, Illinois the Mississippi
#1161, aired 1989-09-25LAKES $100: The lake along Chicago's Lakeshore Lake Michigan
#1115, aired 1989-06-09COUNTIES $200: Mackinac, Saginaw & Kalamazoo counties are in this state Michigan
#1097, aired 1989-05-16STARTS WITH "R" $400: This bird is so popular it's the state bird of Connecticut, Michigan & Wisconsin the robin
#1095, aired 1989-05-12LIBRARIES $200: Dedicated in 1981, this presidential library is located at the University Michigan the Gerald Ford Library
#1092, aired 1989-05-09COLLEGE NICKNAMES $200: Wolverines Michigan
#1061, aired 1989-03-27THE 50 STATES $200: Some say this state's lower peninsula is shaped like a mitten Michigan
#1034, aired 1989-02-16BODIES OF WATER $600: Toronto, Canada is on the shores of this Great Lake Lake Ontario
#1029, aired 1989-02-09WORDS WITHIN WORDS $400: It's a Greek letter--in Ypsilanti, Michigan psi (in Ypsilanti)
#1010, aired 1989-01-13WORLD TRAVEL $400: The world's longest porch, 880', is part of the Grand Hotel on this Michigan Island Mackinac
#1006, aired 1989-01-09AMERICAN HEROES & LEGENDS $100: Legend says that he dug Lake Michigan as a water hole for Babe, his Blue Ox Paul Bunyan
#1003, aired 1989-01-04CANADA $1,000 (Daily Double): The province of Ontario borders all the Great Lakes except this one Lake Michigan
#995, aired 1988-12-23U.S.A. $600 (Daily Double): The French named this oldest permanent settlement in Michigan in honor of the Virgin Mary Sault Ste. Marie
#969, aired 1988-11-17IN THE NEWS $100: Business is no longer "hopping" in these clubs, now that the last one in the U.S., in Lansing, Michigan, has closed Playboy Clubs
#967, aired 1988-11-15X, Y, Z $800: This Michigan city was settled in 1825 and named for a nineteenth-century Greek patriot Ypsilanti
#959, aired 1988-11-03U.S. CITIES $400: Will Keith Kellogg was born in this city in 1860 Battle Creek, Michigan
#941, aired 1988-10-10SPORTS $100: In 1902, 1st year this bowl game was played, the final score was Michigan 49 Stanford 0 Rose Bowl
#861, aired 1988-05-09"G.R." $400: It's home to the John Ball Park & Zoo, Aquinas College, & the Gerald R. Ford Museum Grand Rapids, Michigan
#855, aired 1988-04-29PENINSULAS $800: It's the only state that's virtually all peninsula--2 in fact Michigan
#836, aired 1988-04-04AMERICANA $800: He built reproductions of the homes of Walt Whitman & Patrick Henry in Dearborn, Michigan Henry Ford
#833, aired 1988-03-30WAR OF 1812 $400: In 1813, Brig. Gen. Wm. H. Harrison recovered control of this Michigan city Hull lost in 1812 Detroit
#831, aired 1988-03-28AMERICAN RIVERS $600: This urban river used to flow into Lake Michigan but now flows out of it the Chicago River
#801, aired 1988-02-15BASKETBALL $300: He led Indiana State U. to 1979 NCAA finals, losing to Michigan State, led by Magic Johnson Larry Bird
#793, aired 1988-02-03GEOGRAPHY $500: Wisconsin touches these 2 Great Lakes Superior & Michigan
#788, aired 1988-01-27MICHIGAN $100: In 1847, during a controversy over location, the state capital was moved from Detroit to this city Lansing
#788, aired 1988-01-27MICHIGAN $200: A primary symbol of the Catholic Church, the world's biggest one is at Indian River, Michigan crucifix
#788, aired 1988-01-27MICHIGAN $300: In 1848, the State Normal School at Ypsilanti was 1st school west of Alleghenies to train these teachers
#788, aired 1988-01-27MICHIGAN $400: You can see a huge statue of him in Ironwood, Mich, not by the shores of Gitche Gumee Hiawatha
#788, aired 1988-01-27MICHIGAN $500: In northern Michigan, the Soo Lock Canals allow ships to pass between these 2 Great Lakes Superior & Huron
#612, aired 1987-04-14FIRSTS $200: The 1966 Michigan State-Notre Dame game was first TV event ever sent from mainland to Hawaii via this satellite
#596, aired 1987-03-23SEE THE USA $800: U.S. Nat'l Ski Hall of Fame is in Ishpeming, in this upper Midwest state w/peak elevation of only 1980' Michigan
#584, aired 1987-03-05FOREIGN U.S. CITIES $300: Michigan city in which Greeks might not be welcome if they're bearing a wooden horse Troy
#481, aired 1986-10-1312-LETTER WORDS $300: Residents of Michigan are called this Michiganders
#309, aired 1985-11-14STATE MOTTOS $800 (Daily Double): “If you seek a pleasant peninsula look around you”, which is apt since this state consists of 2 Michigan
#279, aired 1985-10-03NEIGHBORHOODS $400: Of a North, East, South & West Side, the 1 Chicago doesn't have East
#262, aired 1985-09-10U.S. STATES $1,000 (Daily Double): State in which this song takes place: "And I dreamed about them cottonfields 'n' home / I dreamed about my mother / Dear old sister and papa and brother / Dreamed about that sweetheart who's been waitin' for so long / I wanna go home..." Michigan
#160, aired 1985-04-19STATE CAPITALS $600: State capital that was originally called "Michigan" Lansing
#141, aired 1985-03-25ROCKS & MINERALS $200: A sparking rock or a Michigan city Flint
#65, aired 1984-12-07U.S. STATES $200: The Wolverine State, in 1847 became 1st to abolish capital punishment Michigan
#16, aired 1984-10-01BODIES OF WATER $400: Only one of the 5 Great Lakes entirely in U.S. Lake Michigan
#12, aired 1984-09-25U.S. STATES $600: The only state to touch 4 of the Great Lakes Michigan
#3, aired 1984-09-12COLLEGES $800: In 1934, Gerald Ford was voted MVP of this school's football team (University of) Michigan

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (28 results returned)

#8383, aired 2021-04-21AMERICAN BUSINESS: In 2004, after a century as a household name, its last model rolled off the assembly line in Lansing, Michigan Oldsmobile
#8247, aired 2020-09-29THE GREAT LAKES: An 1855 poem gives us this Native American name for the 1 Great Lake not known to us today by a Native American word or a tribe's name Gitche Gumee
#7945, aired 2019-03-0820th CENTURY NEWSMAKERS: In 1982 a probate judge in his home state of Michigan declared him legally dead Jimmy Hoffa
#7279, aired 2016-04-14NORTH AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY: Far from New England, it's the state that has the shortest land border with Canada, only 45 miles Idaho
#7013, aired 2015-02-25LANGUAGES: They're the 2 states with the highest percentage of people who speak French at home Louisiana & Maine
#6556, aired 2013-03-04COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES: One of its mascots is a restored 1930 sport coupe that's been in use at the school since 1961 Georgia Tech
#6253, aired 2011-11-23AMERICAN WOMEN: Geraldine Doyle, who in 1942 took a job at a Michigan metal factory, helped inspire the look & job of this iconic character Rosie the Riveter
#6182, aired 2011-06-28FAMOUS NAMES: The last time the University of Michigan retired a football number was in 1994, in honor of this center who graduated in 1935 Gerald Ford
#5371, aired 2008-01-07MIDWEST TOPOGRAPHY: This state has the largest sand dunes complex in the U.S., just north of a river named for its flatness Nebraska
#5194, aired 2007-03-22U.S. BODIES OF WATER: These 2 Great Lakes each border 4 U.S. states Lake Michigan & Lake Erie
#5166, aired 2007-02-12STATE NAMES: The name of this state is derived from an Indian word meaning "great lake" Michigan
#4802, aired 2005-06-21U.S. COLLEGE TOWNS: This 2-word city is named for the founders' wives (they had the same name) & the natural groves found there Ann Arbor, Michigan
#4556, aired 2004-05-31THE MIDWEST: To journey through 3 adjacent states that start with the same letter, you have to go through these 3 Iowa, Illinois & Indiana
#4537, aired 2004-05-04GEOGRAPHIC TERMS: Florida is one of these, Michigan is made up of several & Alaska is the biggest one in the Americas peninsula
#4012, aired 2002-01-29FAMOUS AMERICANS: The international airport in Grand Rapids, Michigan is named for this man who moved to the city from Nebraska as a child Gerald Ford
#3732, aired 2000-11-21COLLEGE SPORTS HISTORY: To prevent rivals from reading its hand signals, this university is said to have originated the huddle around 1892 Gallaudet University
#3710, aired 2000-10-20COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES: It was founded in 1851 to serve the territory that included Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois & part of Minnesota Northwestern
#3368, aired 1999-04-07THE GREAT LAKES: Now called Lake Michigan, the 17th century French called it the "Lake of" this Indian tribe Illini
#2813, aired 1996-11-20THE MIDWEST: Of the 4 states that border Lake Michigan, the one whose name is not derived from a Native American word Indiana
#2643, aired 1996-02-14LAKES: After Lake Michigan, it's the largest natural lake entirely within the U.S. Great Salt Lake
#2633, aired 1996-01-31U.S.A.: The new $92 million Rock and Roll Hall of Fame stands on the shores of this lake Lake Erie
#2373, aired 1994-12-21U.S. ISLANDS: Mount Ada on this island is named for the wife of chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Catalina Island
#1317, aired 1990-05-01U.S. STATES: The only U.S. state that borders 4 Great Lakes Michigan (borders Huron, Michigan, Erie & Superior)
#1304, aired 1990-04-12U.S. GEOGRAPHY: Alaska has the longest seacoast & this state is second Florida
#941, aired 1988-10-10THE CIVIL WAR: 1 of 2 states admitted to the Union during the Civil War (1 of) West Virginia or Nevada
#717, aired 1987-10-20THE 50 STATES: Though it touches no ocean, this state has 1 of the 10 longest shorelines in the U.S. Michigan
#482, aired 1986-10-14BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: In 1985, this Michigan-based company was the nation's largest single exporter General Motors
#127, aired 1985-03-05BODIES OF WATER: Only Great Lake not forming part of Michigan's borders Lake Ontario

Players (319 results returned)

Al Lindke, a pastor from Montrose, Michigan Season 21 player (2004-10-08). KJL game 53.
Emily Riippa, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Grand Rapids, Michigan "She is a fast reader, and her mother says she was...
Dennis Grace, an engineer from West Bloomfield, Michigan Season 21 1-time champion: $25,000 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: PanicInDetroit
Maura Gatowski, a technology manager from Beverly Hills, Michigan Season 21 1-time champion: $6,200 + $2,000.
Ruvani Fonseka, a junior from Grosse Pointe, Michigan 2005 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $5,000. 15 at the time of...
Sharon Paterson, a marketing executive from Saline, Michigan Season 14 player (1998-03-03).
Bruce Ikawa, a college professor from Hillsdale, Michigan "He says his 5 wins in 1990 increases his credibility with...
Pamela Friedl, a waitress originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 15 player (1999-04-29).
Craig Barker, an Advanced Placement history teacher from Livonia, Michigan "In 1997 he won the College Championship. Today he's an Advanced...
Chuck Forrest, a student from Grand Blanc, Michigan 2014 Battle of the Decades semifinalist: $25,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Victoria Esser, a homemaker and writer from Lansing, Michigan Season 13 player (1997-01-10).
Craig Barker, a College Tournament winner from Livonia, Michigan 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1998 Tournament...
Richard Willing, a newspaper reporter from Detroit, Michigan Season 1 1-time champion: $12,950 + a "telephone center."
Fran Pipp, a psychologist from Dexter, Michigan Season 6 player (1989-11-03). Brother(?) Joe was a 3-time champion back...
Brandy Shattuck, a medical student originally from Newaygo, Michigan Season 21 1-time champion: $6,801 + $1,000.
Steve Clark, a training manager from Rochester Hills, Michigan Season 21 player (2005-06-24).
Maya Kobersy, an attorney originally from Sterling Heights, Michigan Season 21 player (2005-07-22).
Dan Amboy, a 12-year-old from Lapeer, Michigan "He hopes to get into the best college that he can....
Steven Kurtz, a columnist originally from Michigan Season 6 2-time champion: $20,500.
Rob Lasker, a humanities student from Detroit, Michigan Season 6 1-time champion: $11,000.
Melissa Ingells, a radio host from Okemos, Michigan Season 22 player (2005-09-26).
Dan McBride, a lawyer and financial analyst originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 12 player (1996-03-21).
Gay Mollette, a procurement manager originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 13 3-time champion: $24,001.
Andy Jackson, a substitute teacher & carpenter from Watervliet, Michigan Season 13 player (1996-12-16). Won $64,000 on Who Wants To Be...
Nico Martinez, a junior at Stanford University from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 2006 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2005 College Champion: $100,000 +...
Anna Allie, a junior at the University of Michigan at Dearborn from Dearborn, Michigan 2005 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000.
Chris Sroka, a college student from Dearborn Heights, Michigan Season 13 player (1996-12-24). Chris's academic web site.
Leo Gillis, a recording engineer from Detroit, Michigan Season 13 player (1996-12-26).
Chuck Forrest, a law student from Grand Blanc, Michigan 2014 Battle of the Decades semifinalist: $25,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Alan Kwaselow, a physician from West Bloomfield, Michigan Season 13 player (1997-01-09).
Beth Doner, a homemaker from Dearborn, Michigan Season 22 player (2005-11-28). Jeopardy Message Board user name: bethanne
Amy Loerch Strumolo, a freelance editor and writer from Beverly Hills, Michigan Season 13 player (1997-01-28).
LeeAundra Temescu, a communications coach originally from Troy, Michigan Season 22 1-time champion: $20,001 + $2,000. Web site at thecontrarypublicspeaker.com.
Brandon Frantz, a junior from Woodhaven, Michigan 1997-A Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Jim Fahner, a pediatric oncologist from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 13 3-time champion: $30,801.
Amit Ray, a graduate student instructor from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 13 player (1997-02-26).
Jamie Hodari, a law student originally from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Season 22 player (2006-01-02). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Jhodari
Erik Larsen, a graduate student from Ann Arbor, Michigan "A graduate student from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Erik Larsen whose winnings...
Chad Mosher, a seventh-grader from Flint, Michigan 2003 Holiday Kids Week player (2003-01-10). Chad's personal website features a...
Randy Juip, a law student from Detroit, Michigan Season 15 player (1998-11-25).
Mike Vethacke, a financial analyst from Grosse Pointe, Michigan Season 19 1-time champion: $29,000 + $1,000.
Julie Spencer, a social worker from Harbor Springs, Michigan Season 15 player (1998-11-27).
Sarah Mulloy, a dealer service representative from Ferndale, Michigan Season 20 player (2004-07-23). KJL game 38.
Linda Bird, a law student from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 15 2-time champion: $25,200.
Kristan Strietzel-Duga, a teacher from Muskegon, Michigan Season 15 player (1998-12-16).
Devon Thomas, a librarian from Chelsea, Michigan Season 15 player (1998-12-24).
Nico Martinez, a college junior from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 2006 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2005 College Champion: $100,000 +...
Stacy Lammers, a communications specialist from Lansing, Michigan Season 15 1-time champion: $11,101.
Earl Smith, a state fraud manager from Detroit, Michigan Season 15 player (1999-01-22).
Timothy Mahoney, a development officer originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 18 1-time champion: $15,000.
David Burgess, a publications coordinator from Kalamazoo, Michigan Season 18 player (2002-05-21).
Allyson Lieberman, a 12-year-old from Whitmore Lake, Michigan "Since she was little, she has truly loved to act. Broadway,...
Amy Vandenberg, a high school English teacher from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 14 player (1997-10-09).
Michael Cabana, a pediatrician from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 18 1-time champion: $13,800.
Elizabeth Haines, a data conversion operator from Richmond, Michigan Season 14 player (1997-12-23).
Suzette Mariotti, a milliner from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 23 player (2006-09-28).
Terry Currin, a systems analyst and pharmacist from White Lake, Michigan 2000 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 15 5-time champion: $40,598 + a Chevrolet Tahoe.
John Bowen, an archivist from Dearborn, Michigan Season 23 1-time champion: $11,500 + $1,000.
Mike Andrews, a writer originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 16 3-time champion: $29,501.
Julie Kovach, a cardiologist from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 23 player (2006-11-07). Julie's daughter Allyson Lieberman previously appeared on...
Andy Kravis, a freshman from Farmington Hills, Michigan 2002 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $5,000. Andy was 13 at the...
Rebecca Bizonet, an archivist from Macon Township, Michigan Season 23 player (2006-12-08). According to the official Jeopardy! web site,...
Richard Finch, an attorney from Dearborn Heights, Michigan Season 19 player (2003-07-14). Season 18 player (2002-02-26). Richard was returned...
Erik Best, a law student from East Lansing, Michigan Season 18 1-time champion: $31,700 + $2,000.
Steven Bevier, a senior from Michigan State University 1997 College Championship 2nd runner-up: $7,500. Won $1,000 on Who Wants...
Craig Barker, a freshman from the University of Michigan 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1998 Tournament...
Ken Beckrich, a consultant from Lawton, Michigan Season 17 1-time champion: $11,400. Ken also appeared on the original...
Mike Zwick, an attorney from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 17 player (2001-06-12).
Jim Eddy, a woodworker from Mount Pleasant, Michigan Season 23 player (2007-01-17).
Janet Williams, a teacher from Sturgis, Michigan Season 5 player (1989-05-23).
Matthew Miller, a junior from the University of Michigan 1990 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
Hilary Waddles, a personal assistant from Hamtramck, Michigan Season 16 player (1999-09-27).
Sheryl Page, a sales representative from Lansing, Michigan Season 23 player (2007-03-14).
Betsy Bangs, a retired art teacher from Fraser, Michigan Season 23 player (2007-03-27). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: MagicMarker
Pete Troyan, a senior from the University of Michigan 2007 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 22 at the time of the...
Cindy Ladensack, a manager of marketing intelligence from Harper Woods, Michigan Season 23 player (2007-05-22).
Kevin Forsyth, a computer systems analyst originally from East Lansing, Michigan Season 14 player (1997-12-10).
Bonnie Gluhanich, a homemaker from Muskegon, Michigan Season 14 2-time champion: $17,100. Won a trip to Almond Resorts...
Deana Weibel-Swanson, an assistant professor from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 23 player (2007-06-22). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Amadour1
Chuck Forrest, a foreign service officer originally from Grand Blanc, Michigan 2014 Battle of the Decades semifinalist: $25,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Monica Lenhard, a teacher from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 23 1-time champion: $21,000 + $2,000. Won $32,000 on Who...
Ben Noe, a sophomore from Flushing, Michigan 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games quarterfinalist: $5,000. 16 at the time...
Anne Finger, a college teacher from Detroit, Michigan Season 14 player (1998-04-13).
Pam Wells, a legal secretary from Detroit, Michigan Season 2 X-time champion: $X.
Wes Borucki, a doctoral candidate originally from Bloomfield Township, Michigan Season 16 player (2000-01-17).
Jose Siri, a graduate student from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 16 player (2000-01-31).
Martha Raphelson, a homemaker from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Season 15 2-time champion: $22,000.
Michael LaMasse, a sophomore at Eastern Michigan from Canton, Michigan 2000-A College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $5,000. 19 at the time of...
Kurt Medland, a sophomore at Albion College from Lapeer, Michigan 2000-A College Championship semifinalist: $5,000. 20 at the time of the College Championship.
Ryan Gravilla, a technical supervisor from Detroit, Michigan Season 16 player (1999-11-25).
Jenn Cannon, a physician from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 24 2-time champion: $30,399 + $2,000 + the Jeopardy! DVD...
Dave Roberts, a Marine law student originally from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 24 player (2007-12-19).
Wendell Watkins, a mailman from Detroit, Michigan Season 24 player (2007-12-25).
Christa Franklin Ishino, a homemaker and freelance editor from Northville, Michigan Season 24 2-time champion: $34,798 + $1,000.
Melissa Prusi, a marketing writer originally from Negaunee, Michigan Season 24 3-time champion: $80,796 + $1,000.
Dan Inloes, a high school English and math teacher from Huntington Woods, Michigan Season 15 1-time champion: $9,200.
Janet O'Keefe, a librarian from Flint, Michigan Season 24 player (2008-03-18).
Julie Ann Cohen, a sophomore at the University of Michigan from Marietta, Georgia 1999 College Championship quarterfinalist: $2,500.
Melissa Koester, a library media specialist from Wixom, Michigan Season 15 1-time champion: $8,001.
Sherry Rhodes, a full-time mom from Pinckney, Michigan Season 15 1-time champion: $10,000.
Tammy King, a systems engineer from Lapeer, Michigan Season 15 player (1999-06-17).
Terry Currin, a systems analyst from White Lake, Michigan 2000 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 15 5-time champion: $40,598 + a Chevrolet Tahoe.
Rosalind Jaffe, a bank manager from Onekama, Michigan Season 24 player (2008-04-21).
Suchita Shah, a senior from the University of Wisconsin-Madison 2008 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 20 and from Holmen, WI...
Danny Devries, a junior from the University of Michigan 2008 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from West Bloomfield, MI...
Tara Franey, a senior from Michigan State University 2008 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: tarafraney
Brian Polk, a senior from Huntington Woods, Michigan 1999-B Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Emily Deveau, a junior from St. Johns, Michigan 1999-B Teen Tournament 1st runner-up: $15,000. 16 at the time of...
John Owens, an ER physician from South Haven, Michigan Season 24 player (2008-05-26).
Allen Goodman, an economics professor from Huntington Woods, Michigan Season 24 player (2008-06-13). Web site at www.econ.wayne.edu/agoodman. Allen detailed his...
Kara Gavin, a science writer from Plymouth, Michigan Season 24 player (2008-06-19).
Jean Whitcomb, a teller supervisor from Kalamazoo, Michigan Season 24 1-time champion: $21,201 + $1,000.
Matt Ottinger, a telecommunications coordinator from Okemos, Michigan Season 20 player (2004-06-21). KJL game 14. Last name pronounced like...
Cathy Weber, a veterinarian from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 20 player (2004-06-23). KJL game 16.
Ryan McClarren, a graduate student from Lake Orion, Michigan Season 20 player (2004-06-30). KJL game 21.
Lucinda Sabino, a housewife and writer from Rochester, Michigan Season 20 player (2004-07-05). KJL game 24.
Kit Carlson, an Episcopal priest from East Lansing, Michigan Season 25 player (2008-09-29).
Carol Curtis, a human resources manager from Troy, Michigan Season 19 player (2003-06-30).
Ryan Thrasher, a musician from East Lansing, Michigan Season 25 player (2008-10-20).
Rob Latimer, a graduate student from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 19 player (2003-07-07).
Richard Finch, an attorney from Dearborn Heights, Michigan Season 19 player (2003-07-14). Season 18 player (2002-02-26). Richard was returned...
Becka Feighner, a clinic receptionist from Canton, Michigan Season 25 player (2008-10-28).
Sally Hadden, a college history professor from Kalamazoo, Michigan Season 19 1-time champion: $13,000 + $1,000.
Sean Kottke, a professor from Lansing, Michigan Season 25 player (2008-12-11).
Justin Waters, a resident physician from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 25 1-time champion: $7,199 + $2,000. Justin Waters Royal Oak,...
Deb DeGeorge, a librarian from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 25 player (2008-12-25).
Marlon Shows, a technology consultant from Detroit, Michigan Season 19 player (2002-12-20).
Rachel Kain, a structured data analyst from Farmington Hills, Michigan Season 25 player (2009-01-23). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: chichel
Jennifer Stolarski, a library science graduate student from St. Clair Shores, Michigan Season 19 player (2002-12-24).
Joel Knight, a freshman from Farmington, Michigan 2003 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. 14 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Shuyu Wang, a junior from Okemos, Michigan 2003 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $5,000. 16 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Rachel Anderson, an assistant professor of English from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 25 player (2009-03-02).
Pat Mobley, a sophomore at the University of Michigan from Davenport, Iowa 2002 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
Mark Kehres, a freshman at the Ohio State University from Livonia, Michigan 2002 College Championship first runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $49,200.
Mark Lock, an attorney and privacy consultant from Detroit, Michigan Season 25 player (2009-03-26).
Melanie Baker-Streevy, a United Methodist pastor from Parma, Michigan Season 25 1-time champion: $26,900 + $1,000. Melanie Baker-Streevy - A...
Peter Latouf, a state fair coordinator from Utica, Michigan Season 25 player (2009-04-24). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: WallsofJericho
Courtney Trezise, a senior from Michigan State University 2009 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 21 and from Okemos, Michigan at...
Ariella Goldstein, a junior from Muhlenberg College 2009 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 20 and from Cortlandt Manor,...
Daphna Atias, a high school English teacher originally from Kentwood, Michigan Season 25 player (2009-07-09). Last name pronounced like "ah-TEE-us".
David Burgoyne, a real estate appraiser from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 20 player (2003-10-21). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: DavidBurgoyne
Bobbie Lewis, a communications director from Oak Park, Michigan Season 20 player (2004-04-02).
Dave Castanien, a graphic artist originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 26 player (2009-10-20).
Hema Karunakaram, a senior from Saline, Michigan 2009 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $10,000. Name pronounced like "HAY-ma kah-ROO-nuh-KAH-ram". Jeopardy!...
Janna Hutz, a graduate student in human genetics originally from West Bloomfield, Michigan Season 26 player (2010-01-13).
Matt Perez, a knowledge base coordinator from Wayne, Michigan Season 26 player (2010-01-28).
Nick Yozamp, a junior from Washington University in St. Louis 2010 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-A College Championship winner:...
Surya Sabhapathy, a senior from the University of Michigan 2010-A College Championship 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $26,600. Hometown: Northville,...
Prashant Raghavendran, a sophomore from the University of Texas, Dallas 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: Austin, Texas. Prashant Raghavendran Blog...
Suzan Hyssen, a stay-at-home mom from Livonia, Michigan Season 20 player (2004-03-29).
Diane Wing, a product management director from East Lansing, Michigan Season 20 player (2003-09-10).
Kerry Smith, a baking and pastry art student from Midland, Michigan Season 26 player (2010-03-26).
Emily Cloyd, a climate scientist originally from Troy, Michigan Season 26 player (2010-03-30). As detailed in a 2012-06-29 article in...
Stacy Braverman, a public interest lawyer from Washington, D.C. Season 26 1-time champion: $14,984 + $2,000. As detailed in a...
Amy Wilson, a creative writing and women's studies student originally from Portland, Oregon Season 26 1-time champion: $19,999 + $2,000. Not to be confused...
Phil Bucska, a high school history teacher originally from Woodhaven, Michigan Season 26 2-time champion: $32,401 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like "BUSH-ka".
Arv Reddy, a marketing entrepreneur from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Season 26 player (2010-05-26).
Mike Wilson, a business student from Grand Blanc, Michigan Season 27 player (2010-10-21).
Sarah Whitaker, a dean's assistant originally from Jackson, Michigan Season 27 player (2010-10-27).
Ellen Eichner, a junior from the Ohio State University from Northbrook, Illinois 2010-B College Championship semifinalist: $10,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Megan Cornell, a stay-at-home mom from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 27 player (2010-11-23).
Kara French, a Ph.D. student in history originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 27 player (2011-01-27).
Annette Meyer, an immunologist from Kalamazoo, Michigan Season 5 player (1989-01-03).
Erin Hart, a junior from Benton Harbor, Michigan 2011 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $10,000. 16 at the time of the...
Harley Savage, a computer programmer from Hamtramck, Michigan Season 27 player (2011-03-09).
Zack Azzam, a bank branch manager from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Season 27 player (2011-03-17). Last name pronounced like "A-zam".
Ashley Shannon, an English professor from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 28 player (2011-10-11).
Patrick Morrison, a student of Slavic Studies from Northville, Michigan Season 28 3-time champion: $80,701 + $2,000. JBoard user name: PatMorrison
Connie Shi, a junior at the University of Michigan from Okemos, Michigan 2012 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 19 at the time of the College Championship.
Lindsay Reese, a postdoctoral researcher originally from Escanaba, Michigan Season 28 player (2012-04-11).
Michelle LaLonde, a law librarian from Novi, Michigan Season 28 1-time champion: $18,500 + $2,000.
Mike Lally, a food safety inspector from Ada, Michigan Season 28 player (2012-05-22).
Rosanne Lightstone, an automotive quality engineer from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 28 player (2012-06-08).
Chris Sullivan, a land protection specialist from Traverse City, Michigan Season 28 player (2012-07-06).
Hallie Fox, a 12-year-old from Ypsilanti, Michigan "It's elementary. She wants to be a teacher when she's older....
Stephanie Jass, a history professor from Milan, Michigan 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2013 Tournament of champions...
Brenton Montie, a sixth grade social studies teacher from South Lyon, Michigan "He teaches at a school ranked in the top 5% in...
Jan Rishoi, an analytic software sales executive from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 29 player (2012-12-11). Name pronounced like "JAN ree-SHOY".
Stephanie Jass, a history professor from Milan, Michigan 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2013 Tournament of champions...
Sara Garnett, a graduate student of zoology originally from Okemos, Michigan Season 29 3-time champion: $75,403 + $2,000. JBoard user name: ComingUpMilhouse
Lindsey Chismark, a business analyst from Madison Heights, Michigan Season 29 player (2013-03-11).
Diane O'Keefe, a hospital librarian from Southgate, Michigan Season 9 2-time champion: $15,600.
Greg Pieschala, a student originally from Michigan City, Indiana Season 2 player (1985-11-26).
Joe Pipp, an engineering graduate from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 2 3-time champion: $20,100.
Gloria Sarver, a computer systems administrator from St. Clair Shores, Michigan Season 5 player (1988-10-14).
Jason Idalski, a web producer from Ypsilanti, Michigan Season 30 2-time champion: $35,998 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Rose Adams, an information management coordinator from Flint, Michigan Season 30 player (2013-10-22).
Anne Baxter, a kindergarten French teacher from Ypsilanti, Michigan "She teaches at a foreign-immersion school where the students choose a...
Maura DeGrande, a client relations director from Shelby Township, Michigan Season 30 player (2013-12-02).
Betsy Foss, an English-as-a-second-language instructor from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 30 player (2013-12-16).
Varun Shekhar, a graduate student in engineering and law from Northville, Michigan Season 30 2-time champion: $18,600 + $2,000. JBoard user name: vs1
Armen Terjimanian, a web content producer originally from Troy, Michigan Season 30 player (2013-12-30).
Carolyn Gawlik, a workforce development manager from Dearborn, Michigan Season 30 player (2014-01-07).
Sarah McNitt, a study-abroad advisor originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan 2014 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 30 5-time champion: $89,398...
Chuck Forrest, an attorney for the UN IFAD from Marino, Italy "In 1986, he was a law student living in Grand Blanc,...
Diana Peloquin, a graduate student of law and social work from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 30 1-time champion: $15,700 + $2,000. Article about Diana's defeat of Arthur Chu.
Ken DeBusk, a computer instructor from Coldwater, Michigan Season 7 1-time champion: $17,800.
Stephanie Jass, a history professor from Milan, Michigan "She is a history professor who won seven games last year...
Sandie Baker, a translation coordinator from Eastpointe, Michigan 2014 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 30 6-time champion:...
Paul Thompson, a creative director from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 5 player (1988-10-28). Not to be confused with Season 12...
Donna Innes, a criminal defense attorney from Kalamazoo, Michigan Season 30 player (2014-04-22).
Lee Pritchard, a writer originally from East Lansing, Michigan Season 3 1-time champion: $7,000.
Jen Fiero, a librarian from Jackson, Michigan Season 30 2-time champion: $36,000 + $2,000.
Katie Wroblewski, a graduate student in history from Ypsilanti, Michigan Season 30 1-time champion: $9,201 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "roo-BLEF-skee".
Ben Eggenberger, a technology manager from Alma, Michigan Season 20 player (2003-12-04).
Sara Goodman, a graduate student originally from Huntington Woods, Michigan Season 31 player (2014-10-01). Daughter of Season 24 player Allen Goodman....
Elizabeth Webster, an ESL teacher from East Lansing, Michigan Season 31 player (2014-10-21).
Cyle Anderson, a school service assistant from Detroit, Michigan Season 31 player (2014-11-07).
Sarah McNitt, a study-abroad advisor originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan 2014 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 30 5-time champion: $89,398...
Sandie Baker, a data and translation coordinator from Eastpointe, Michigan 2014 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 30 6-time champion: $140,200 + $2,000.
Michelle Chick, an administrative assistant from Livonia, Michigan Season 31 player (2014-11-27).
MaryBeth Chmielewski, a purchasing clerk from Westland, Michigan Season 31 player (2014-12-09). Last name pronounced like "shim-uh-LESS-kee".
Jason Zbanek, a fourth grade teacher from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Season 31 player (2014-12-25).
John Schultz, a computer programmer from Ann Arbor, Michigan 2015 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 31 5-time champion:...
Cathy Farrell, a high school science teacher from Wyandotte, Michigan 2015 Teachers Tournament 1st runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $50,000. Cathy taught...
Gemma Kaneko, a baseball writer originally from Rochester Hills, Michigan Season 31 player (2015-02-23). Name pronounced like "JEM-uh kan-EH-ko".
Brad King, an automotive engineer from Hartland, Michigan Season 31 player (2015-03-12).
Nate Burgan, a research manager from Oak Park, Michigan Season 31 player (2015-03-23).
Dane Walker, a courier from Flint, Michigan Season 31 player (2015-04-16).
Ellen Burgett, a technical writer from Brighton, Michigan Season 31 player (2015-04-23).
Rebecca Golden, a writer from Hamtramck, Michigan Season 31 player (2015-05-06). Rebecca wrote about her contestant experience for...
Ginger Zee, a chief meteorologist from ABC News and Good Morning America "She is the chief meteorologist for ABC News and brightens our...
Marcia Johnson, from Michigan Season 5 player (1988-09-26). Occupation and hometown unknown because the recording...
Alex Irvine, a writer originally from Ypsilanti, Michigan Seaon 31 1-time champion: $26,000 + $2,000.
Erik Siwak, a writer originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 31 player (2014-07-03).
Lee Vinson, a legal secretary originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 5 player (1988-12-15).
Ellen Palmer, a non-profit executive director from Lansing, Michigan Season 6 player (1989-10-31).
Ann Antell, a teacher from Ypsilanti, Michigan Season 2 3-time champion $18,110.
Lindsay Townes, a Ph.D. candidate in epidemiology from Detroit, Michigan Season 32 player (2015-10-02).
Sally Hatfield, an English as a second language instructor originally from Lakeview, Michigan Season 32 player (2015-10-13).
Greg Seroka, a chef originally from Detroit, Michigan 2015 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 31 7-time champion: $180,401 + $1,000.
John Schultz, a computer programmer from Ann Arbor, Michigan 2015 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 31 5-time champion:...
Theresa Tejada, a project coordinator from Allen Park, Michigan Season 32 player (2015-12-22). Last name pronounced like "TAY-hah-dah".
Carl Holmgren, an investment advisor from Kalamazoo, Michigan Season 32 player (2016-01-01).
Kevin Conway, a computer marketing representative originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 1 player (1984-10-08).
Pamela Stewart, an art historian and college professor from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 32 player (2016-04-13).
Bill Knuth, a high school special education teacher from East Lansing, Michigan 2016 Teachers Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $10,000 + a $2,500 education grant...
Cindy Skalsky, originally from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 3 player (1987-06-26).
Terry Vlasich, a contacting specialist originally from Ironwood, Michigan Season 5 player (1988-12-12).
Amy Pistone, a graduate student instructor from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 33 player (2016-10-03).
Randi Rae Arnold, a freelance writer from Kalamazoo, Michigan Season 33 player (2016-10-06).
Sara Quashnie, a library science graduate student from Livonia, Michigan Season 33 player (2016-12-15).
Amanda Berofsky, a quality assurance analyst from Waterford, Michigan Season 33 2-time champion: $15,998 + $1,000.
Doug Baker, a sustainability specialist from Tecumseh, Michigan Season 33 player (2017-01-31). Husband of Season 29 7-time champion Stephanie Jass.
Girts Lorencis, a computer analyst from Kalamazoo, Michigan Season 12 player (1996-04-30).
Judy Riley, a patent lawyer from Rochester, Michigan Season 12 2-time champion: $30,402.
Elizabeth Rhein, a marketing executive originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 6 player (1989-12-15).
Laura Sparrow, a high school English teacher from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 13 player (1996-10-30).
Dave Priestly, a business executive from Birmingham, Michigan Season 13 1-time champion: $11,799.
Christiane Evaskis-Garrett, a content developer from Jackson, Michigan Season 33 player (2017-03-20).
Rachel Snyder, a writer from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 33 player (2017-04-28).
Susannah Nichols, a high school English teacher from Ferndale, Michigan 2017 Teachers Tournament semifinalist: $10,000. At the time of the Teachers...
Nathan Flynn, an English teacher from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 33 1-time champion: $18,001 + $2,000.
Arthur Mitchell, an advertising writer from Grosse Pointe, Michigan Season 7 player (1991-01-30).
Kathleen Kosman, an attorney from Dearborn, Michigan Season 34 1-time champion: $20,400 + $2,000.
Nan Bauer, a writer from Brooklyn, Michigan Season 34 3-time champion: $36,601 + $2,000.
Vince Scott, a physician originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 3 player (1987-04-14).
Brennan Summers, a food truck owner from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 34 player (2017-12-14).
Amanda Griggs, a librarian from Iron Mountain, Michigan Season 34 player (2018-01-17).
Emily Milan, a nanny from Birmingham, Michigan Season 34 3-time champion: $45,001 + $1,000.
Elizabeth Johnson, a communications and marketing manager from Lansing, Michigan Season 34 player (2018-04-02).
Mary Alice Korth, a 6th-12th grade choir teacher from Dowagiac, Michigan 2018 Teachers Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a $2,500 grant. At the...
Andrew Lai, a medical student from East Lansing, Michigan Season 34 player (2018-05-22).
Tom Nicoll, a police officer originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 7 player (1991-06-24).
Elizabeth Goss, a housewife from Pleasant Ridge, Michigan Season 35 1-time champion: $4,799 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "GOWSS".
Nick Wawrykow, a graduate student from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 35 player (2018-12-07).
Noah Link, an organic farmer from Detroit, Michigan Season 35 player (2018-12-14).
Alex Cervenak, a historical interpreter from Hamtramck, Michigan Season 35 player (2018-12-17).
Danielle Phillip, an attorney from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 35 player (2019-01-02).
Evan Beals, a salesman from Grand Rapids, Michigan Season 35 player (2019-01-15).
Amanda Holm, a project manager from Livonia, Michigan Season 35 1-time champion: $13,200 + $2,000.
Kenji Shimizu, a biomedical engineer from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 35 player (2019-03-28).
Sarah von Oeyen, a librarian from Troy, Michigan Season 35 player (2019-03-28).
Kevin Bohannon, a cell biologist from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 35 player (2019-04-15). JBoard user name: KevinBohannon
Rebecca McNitt, an archivist from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 35 player (2019-04-22). Sister of Season 30 5-time champion Sarah McNitt.
Sara Feeney, a stay-at-home mom from Livonia, Michigan Season 35 player (2019-05-28).
Brian Kalt, a freshman at Southfield Lathrup High School from Southfield, Michigan 1987 Teen Tournament semfinalist: $5,000.
E.J. Sieracki, a senior from Canton, Michigan 1994 Teen Tournament semfinalist: $5,000. E.J. is short for Edmund Joseph.
Shriya Yarlagadda, a sophomore from Grand Blanc, Michigan 2019 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $10,000.
Keri Ellis, a senior from Michigan Technological University 1994 College Championship 2nd runner-up: $7,600. Keri's brother David Ellis appeared...
Geoff Hatchard, a senior from Reese, Michigan 1996 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000. Geoff won a $15,000 college scholarship...
Jan Van Faasen, a high school library secretary from Holland, Michigan 1995-A Senior Tournament semifinalist: $5,000. Jan appeared on Jeopardy! in 1965.
Jennifer Quail, a wine tasting consultant from Dowagiac, Michigan 2021 Tournament of Champions 1st runner-up: $100,000. Season 36 8-time champion: $228,800 + $2,000.
Tom Bodenberg, a university professor originally from Muskegon, Michigan Season 7 1-time champion: $11,601.
Lisa Murray, a grant writer from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 36 player (2019-12-13).
Dave Algase, an information professional and writer from Saline, Michigan Season 36 1-time champion: $8,218 + $2,000.
Robin Miner-Swartz, an editor and consultant from Lansing, Michigan Season 36 2-time champion: $27,400 + $2,000.
Kathryn Flucht, an accounting student from Canton, Michigan Season 36 player (2020-02-04).
Caitlin Drinkard, a musician from Hamtramck, Michigan Season 36 player (2020-02-18).
Aaron Goetsch, a law student from Macomb, Michigan Season 36 2-time champion: $41,801 + $1,000.
Zahkia Mendoza, a marketing analyst from Canton, Michigan Season 36 player (2020-03-05).
Rachel Burns, a software analyst from East Lansing, Michigan Season 36 player (2020-03-25).
Gautham Nagesh, a journalist originally from Jackson, Michigan Season 37 player (2021-01-15).
Jim Ciolek, an account aide from Lansing, Michigan Season 8 player (1991-10-14).
Ben Scripps, a television director from Cadillac, Michigan Season 36 2-time champion: $38,158 + $2,000.
Shannon Shelton, a senior from Detroit, Michigan 1995 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Matt Pearson, a senior from Utica, Michigan 1989 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Paula Ashbaugh, a junior from Michigan State University 1989 College Championship quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Ben Henri, a 7th through 12th grade vocal music teacher from St. Clair Shores, Michigan 2021 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2020 Teachers Tournament winner: $100,000....
Benoy Chacko, a sophomore from the University of Michigan 1994 College Championship quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Dave Ellis, a senior from Michigan State University 1992 College Championship quarterfinalist: $1,000. Not to be confused with Season...
Joe Schuller, a financial specialist from East Lansing, Michigan Season 7 player (1991-04-04).
Andy Wood, a writer originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan 2021 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 37 4-time champion: $91,999 + $2,000.
Rhonda Craft, a training specialist originally from Muskegon, Michigan Season 37 player (2020-11-20).
Kate Freeman, a financial analyst originally from Lake Orion, Michigan Season 37 1-time champion: $5,599 + $1,000.
Jeffrey Williams, a television editor originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 37 player (2020-12-14).
Barbara Dubb, a teacher from Detroit, Michigan Season 2 player (1985-10-08).
Natalie Walsh, a naturopathic doctor originally from Okemos, Michigan Season 37 player (2021-02-17).
Laura Portwood-Stacer, an author and editor originally from Livonia, Michigan Season 37 2-time champion: $42,601 + $1,000.
Doug Small, a restaurant manager from Ypsilanti, Michigan Season 37 player (2021-03-25).
KT Lowe, a librarian from St. Clair Shores, Michigan Season 37 player (2021-04-01).
Dana Schumacher-Schmidt, an English professor from Tecumseh, Michigan Season 37 1-time champion: $20,600 + $2,000.
Kalee Hernandez, a musician, food vendor, and optician from Iron River, Michigan Season 37 player (2021-05-06).
Jennifer Quail, a wine tasting consultant from Dowagiac, Michigan 2021 Tournament of Champions 1st runner-up: $100,000. Season 36 8-time champion: $228,800 + $2,000.
Ben Henri, a choral music director from Grosse Pointe, Michigan 2021 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2020 Teachers Tournament winner: $100,000....
Andy Wood, a writer originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan 2021 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 37 4-time champion: $91,999 + $2,000.
Caitlin Hackett, a radiologist from Ann Arbor, Michigan Season 37 player (2021-06-14).
Kathleen McHugh, a retired legal assistant originally from Detroit, Michigan Season 37 player (2021-07-26).
David Garcia, an IT communications strategy team lead from Troy, Michigan Season 38 player (2021-10-06). David appeared on Who Wants to Be...
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