Show #4736 - Monday, March 21, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 29.


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Shane Whitlock, a resident physician from Little Rock, Arkansas

John Ryan, a corporate controller from Richmond, California

Lynne Wexler, a librarian from Evanston, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each response is a word that can be abbreviated "BB".)
    $200 2
In 1998 Congress designated this Little Rock high school a National Historic Site
    $200 1
Riding without a saddle
    $200 9
In WWII, Germany built more than 1,100 of these subs; more than half were sunk at sea
    $200 17
If you're using the ol' bean, you're using this
    $200 25
Roy Blunt of Missouri is the majority one in the House of Representatives
    $200 14
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew shuffles uphill on skis in Park City, UT.) As well as a suit pattern, it's a technique of climbing a hill by pointing your skis outward
    $400 3
A portion of this avenue between the Capitol & the White House was designated a National Historic Site in 1965
    $400 7
The legal instrument to spring you after an arrest
    $400 12
"As we live a life of ease, every one of us has all we need" aboard this colorful 1966 vessel
    $400 21
Puritan women in this city baked beans on Saturday & served them for Sunday dinner, thus the nickname "Beantown"
    $400 26
Playing Lieutenant Howard Hunter, James B. Sikking led this team on "Hill Street Blues"
    $400 18
In this type of skiing that includes moguls, shorter poles are used for maneuverability
    $600 4
The only college listed as a National Historic Site, it was founded by Booker T. Washington
    $600 8
A menorah is the symbol of this international organization founded in 1843
    $600 13
Decommissioned in 1980, this first nuclear-powered sub is on display in Connecticut
    $600 22
This term is sometimes applied to a tall, lanky person
    $600 27
A cord used on laundry day in sunny weather
    $600 19
It's the sound of the skis bouncing rapidly off hard snow--keep your knees & ankles flexed to make it shut up
    $800 5
This poet & biographer's site isn't in Illinois but in Flat Rock, N.C.; he moved there & raised goats
    $800 10
In Internet domain names, this country of the West Indies
    $800 15
A supposed sea creature, actually a sub, sinks Professor Pierre Aronnax' boat in this classic 19th century tale
    $800 23
This bean curd product is sometimes substituted for sour cream in dips
    $800 28
On a standard computer keyboard it shares a key with the question mark
    $800 20
An amphitheater in Vail, Colorado is named for this U.S. president, a skiing aficionado
    $1000 6
The Golden Spike National Historic Site commemorates the completion of this in 1869
    $1000 11
Friction reducers noted on technical drawings
    DD: $2,000 16
On Feb. 17, 1864 it became the first sub to sink an enemy ship, the Union's Housatonic
    $1000 24
In November 1969 Pete Conrad & this man became the third & fourth humans to set foot on the Moon
    $1000 29
It precedes "Monaco" in this name of a brand owned by Ralph Lauren
    $1000 30
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew skids to a stop on skis in Park City, UT.) Introduced in 1868, this turn that ski jumpers use to stop is named for what Norway's capital was then called

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

Lynne John Shane
$1,600 $4,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne John Shane
$4,600 $3,600 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: As used by the FAA and NATO...)
    $400 1
He was ordained a priest in 1507 & in 1508 became an instructor of philosophy at the University of Wittenberg
    $400 14
"Belle" & "Be Our Guest" were nominated, too, but it was this film's title song that won the Oscar
    $400 7
Surname of Romeo's father
    $400 13
We're not sure, but this word for "Q" might try to secede from Canada
    $400 5
One final electoral college tally was Alf Landon, 8, this Democrat, 523
    $400 24
National Polish-American sports hall of famers include Ted Kluszewski, Pete Stemkowski & this former Eagles QB
    $800 2
January 28 is the feast day of this 13th c. man who proved the existence of God, among other feats
    $800 15
This song about precipitation won Burt Bacharach & Hal David a 1969 Oscar
    $800 9
"Midsummer" fairy with an insect name
    $800 19
It shouldn't take you a month to come up with this word for "N"
    $800 6
Strom Thurmond got 39 Electoral College votes in 1948, the year this Republican didn't defeat Truman
    $800 25
Part of Korczak Ziolkowski's family is seen here with a model of his huge statue of this Indian leader
    $1200 3
This Scottish reformation leader helped revise the Church of England's prayer book in 1552
    $1200 21
"Lose Yourself" won this rapper an Oscar in 2003, but he took its title to heart & didn't show up to accept
    $1200 10
Prospero is the deposed Duke of it
    $1200 20
Hello?... Hello?... Is there this word for "E" in here?... Hello?... Hello?...
    $1200 16
Don't think George McClellan needed a recount when this man gave him an electoral smackdown, 212-21
    $1200 26
This Pole in exile met an American in Paris & soon found himself fighting for American freedom
    $1600 4
Shortly after writing "Institutes of the Christian Religion", he settled in Geneva & made it a center of Protestantism
    $1600 29
This 1968 winner was from "The Thomas Crown Affair", not "Man of La Mancha"
    DD: $3,000 11
The last proper name spoken by Macbeth
    $1600 22
Give me this word for "W" & don't be stingy, baby
    $1600 17
This 19th century president ran 3 times & got a total of 664 electoral votes
    $1600 27
This "Being There" novelist escaped the Holocaust but committed suicide in New York in 1991
    DD: $2,000 8
During King Philip's War, this minister acted as captain of the Providence Militia & fought the Indians
    $2000 30
It isn't hard to name this song from "Nashville" that won Keith Carradine an Oscar
    $2000 12
Feminine form of address for character Quickly
    $2000 23
They're the 2 dances on the list
    $2000 18
This 19th century man lost the popular vote by about 250,000 but took the presidency by 1 electoral vote
    $2000 28
He's the early 20th century prime minister seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne John Shane
$9,800 $7,600 $18,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2004 Brenda Christian became the first woman mayor of this island with a population of about 47

Final scores:

Lynne John Shane
$19,600 $0 $20,400
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 Winner: $20,400 + an advance to UToC Round 2

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lynne John Shane
$9,800 $9,600 $19,000
14 R,
2 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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Game tape date: 2005-02-23
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