Show #5393 - Wednesday, February 6, 2008


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Joanne Aswell, an educational consultant from Lebanon Township, New Jersey

Srinivas Ayyagari, a law student originally from Memphis, Tennessee

Babatope Ogunmola, a sample specialist originally from Buffalo, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to give us the song's title.)
    $200 4
This assoc. spread CPR by starting a program in 1960 to sell doctors on closed rather than open chest massage
    $200 2
"Left a good job in the city..."
    $200 9
He starred as Governor of California from 1967 to 1975
    $200 22
After being thoroughly cleaned by Kanga, this A.A. Milne character was referred to as "Henry Pootel"
    $200 1
In a Stravinsky ballet, this title creature gives Prince Ivan a magic feather
    $200 17
The woman who runs a small group in a Cub Scout troop
    $400 5
In 1964 doctors at Ole Miss gave a man a heart transplant from a close relative--this closely related species
    $400 3
Pink Floyd (Part 2):
"We don't need no education..."
(5 words)
    $400 10
In 1999 he wrestled his way into the Minnesota governor's office
    $400 23
This British woman wrote "The Tale of Pigling Bland", a tale of the Christmas pig
    DD: $1,000 27
In 1799 Canada's Isle St. John was renamed this in honor of the Duke of Kent
    $400 18
They won back-to-back Super Bowls in 1998 & 1999
    $600 6
American trypanosomiasis is also called Chagas' disease; the African version is known as this "sickness"
    $600 14
Nancy Sinatra:
"You keep sayin' you've got something for me..."
    $600 11
Governor of Vermont for most of the '90s, in 2005 he became Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
    $600 24
In a Dick King-Smith novel, Ace is the great-grandson of this "sheep-pig"
    $600 28
In a Victor Hugo novel, this tragic character is paraded through the streets of Paris as "The Prince of Fools"
    $600 19
False teeth that might take a bite out of your wallet
    $800 7
In Guillain-Barre syndrome patients, these lose their myelin sheaths, so impulses slow down or stop
    $800 15
The Beatles:
"Jojo was a man who thought he was a loner..."
    $800 12
This statesman who lived to the age of 100 was governor of South Carolina from 1947 to 1951
    $800 25
Seen here as a U.S. Postal Service stamp honoring this character created by E.B. White in 1952
    $800 29
Royal family name of the prince in Mark Twain's "The Prince and the Pauper"
    $800 20
Sometimes expressed in grams per cubic centimeter, it's mass divided by volume
    $1000 8
Doctors use a central line to puts lots of fluid into a large vein, such as the one in the head & neck
    $1000 16
"We're caught in a trap..."
    $1000 13
In 2001 Ruth Ann Minner became the first female governor of this small Eastern state
    $1000 26
Dirty Dan, in this "Giving Tree" author's "The Dirtiest Man in the World", lives "in a pen with 5 hogs and a hen"
    $1000 30
This member of the infamous Borgia family was the model for & was idealized in Machiavelli's "The Prince"
    $1000 21
In English, the name of this 20,320-foot North American peak means "The Great One"

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

Babatope Srinivas Joanne
$2,600 $3,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Babatope Srinivas Joanne
$4,200 $3,400 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
This "aromatic" German city was the target of the first Allied "Thousand Bomber Raid"
    $400 16
In "Son of the Sheik", he played the title role as well as the character's father
    $400 1
While commanding an expedition in this territory, William Dall learned that Russia had sold it to the U.S.
    $400 10
"The Father of the Declaration of Independence"
    $400 21
A reporter in "Citizen Kane" says Rosebud is just a piece in this, "a missing piece"
    $400 2
It's worn in the buttonhole of a lapel, so the name of this floral accessory is French for "buttonhole"
    $800 27
Marshal Rydz-Smigly was the commander in chief of this country's army when it was invaded in 1939
    $800 17
In 1920, at the age of 27, this actress known as "America's Sweetheart" played a girl of 12 in "Pollyanna"
    $800 6
Since a storm blew him around it, Dias named it the Cape of Storms; King John II later renamed it this
    $800 11
"The Father of Epic Poetry"
    $800 22
An employee's not showing up for work is more formally called this -ism
    $800 3
If you're wearing the fabric known as "peau de" this, you know that its name is French for "skin of silk"
    $1200 28
"Metallic" name for the westernmost British landing zone on D-Day
    $1200 18
Gary Cooper had a small role as a cadet in this first Best Picture winner about 2 flyers in love with the same girl
    $1200 7
Arctic explorer Bob Bartlett was ticked off when this man said he was taking Henson, & not him, to the North Pole
    $1200 12
"The Father of the Gunpowder Plot"
    $1200 23
Rhyming term for one who buys a ticket for an event & doesn't attend
    $1200 4
I insist that my onion soup be served to me this way, French for "in crust"
    DD: $1,500 29
Sgt. Yakov Pavlov & a dozen Russian soldiers held out for more than 50 days in the center of this city in 1942 & never lost it
    DD: $1,000 19
In 1927's "It", she played Betty Lou Spence, a department store salesgirl with designs on her boss
    $1600 8
This Jesuit missionary explored the Mississippi with Louis Joliet
    $1600 13
"The Father of Methodism"
    $1600 24
Chronological lists of England's kings are missing 1649-1660, between 2 kings of this name
    $1600 5
(Kelly of the Clue Crew inspects a jewel.) Once a French term for an imperfect gem, it's now the name of the magnifying glass jewelers use to find flaws in gems
    $2000 30
At Remagen on March 7, 1945, American forces made their first bridgehead across this river
    $2000 20
This German film directed by F.W. Murnau was an adaptation of the 1897 novel "Dracula"
    $2000 9
In 1501 Portugal sent Vespucci to what's now this country; he'd sailed there earlier on Alsonso de Ojeda's voyage
    $2000 14
"The Father of Condensed Milk"
    $2000 25
To warn of the space between the train & the platform, London subway riders are told to "mind" this
    $2000 15
From the French for "caper", it's a curved furniture leg that often tapers to a paw

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Babatope Srinivas Joanne
$10,200 $13,700 $15,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1898 he wrote, "As for the persons I have accused... they are... embodiments of social malfeasance"

Final scores:

Babatope Srinivas Joanne
$10,200 $27,400 $20,200
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $27,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Babatope Srinivas Joanne
$10,200 $13,800 $15,200
19 R,
5 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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Game tape date: 2007-10-30
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