Show #4776 - Monday, May 16, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 3, game 6.


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Michael Daunt, an accountant from Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Dan Melia, a college professor from Berkeley, California

Jerome Vered, a writer from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This resort island off the coast of South Carolina was named for a British sea captain, not a hotelier
    $200 4
"When you're" at this restaurant, "you're family"
    $200 11
Fourth & retaining are types of this
    $200 13
To create SpongeBob's latest adventure
    $200 21
Tournament, as well as this 5-letter word, can be used to describe mounted combat between medieval knights
    $200 26
In 1996 this Asian-American teen won her first national championship in figure skating
    $400 2
Not surprisingly there's a Napoleon & a Bonaparte Museum on this island where Napoleon was born
    $400 5
(Sarah of the Clue Crew wanders through an ancient olive pressery on Naxos, Greece.) Cold-pressed olive oil is naturally low in this, & is classified by its ascending level of it
    $400 12
A baseball slugger or anyone going for broke is "swinging for" these
    $400 14
A single San Quentin dweller in solitary
    $400 22
Geoffroi de Purelli wrote the first knights' tournament guidelines in this Norman Invasion year
    $400 27
Now an actor, in 1976 he was the European Professional Karate Assoc. middleweight champion
    $600 3
This country's larger islands include Mindoro & Leyte
    $600 6
Olive oil is high in this type of fat whose name tells you it has only one type of a certain bond per molecule
    $600 16
Sherry Lansing of Paramount & Brenda Barnes of Pepsi crashed (metaphorically) through this brittle barrier
    $600 15
This Nestle product was introduced in 1961
    $600 23
Sir Lionel is killed during a tournament in this musical but is later miraculously revived
    $600 28
In 1892 this gentleman knocked out John L. Sullivan to become the new heavyweight champion
    DD: $1,600 9
More than 150 islands make up this country, the last remaining kingdom in Polynesia
    $800 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew sits down to an al fresco meal in Greece.) I've ordered this type of black olive so prized that the Spartans annexed Messenia to get the supply
    $800 17
Soft to the touch, it's the proverbial barrier to entering the hottest clubs
    $800 19
Almost exact, but not quite
    $800 24
From Old French for "to mix", this no-holds-barred medieval group combat contest was basically mob against mob
    $800 29
The author of about 40 books, he was world bridge champion in 1950
    $1000 10
Let's drink a toast to this Caribbean island; it's the largest in the Netherlands Antilles
    $1000 8
This thick spread made from capers & black olives hails from Provence
    $1000 18
From the Latin "palus" come the words "pale", a stake or picket, & this word for a barrier made up of pales
    $1000 20
It's MSG, whiz
    $1000 25
Celebrated until the 17th c., the last knights' tournaments to survive involved "running at" these to spear them
    $1000 30
Formula One champion Ayrton Senna from this South American country began driving at age 4

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

Jerome Dan Michael
$4,400 $2,200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerome Dan Michael
$6,200 $6,000 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
In the 16th century, Dr. Ambroise Paré began treating wounds with egg yolk balm instead of with boiling this
    $400 1
"Bob & Rhoda & Teddy & Mary"
    $400 9
In 1868 Red Cloud agreed to accept for this tribe a reservation in the Dakota Territory nearly as big as Pennsylvania
    $400 26
Vittorio Orlando represented this country at the meeting of the "Big Four" leaders in Paris in 1919
    $400 16
Mary Ann Evans wrote under this pseudonym, partly to honor her lover
    $400 21
This blonde "Casino" actress serves as the rock associated with the coronation of Scottish kings
    $800 7
The greatest surgeon of his time, Dr. Paré began his career as the apprentice to this type of professional
    $800 2
"Lamont Goes African"
    $800 10
In 1820 Edwin James climbed a Colorado peak that was then named for him; today we call it this
    $800 27
It's the stadium where the Capital One Bowl is held each January in Orlando, Florida
    $800 17
Last name of Sidonie-Gabrielle, also her pen name
    $800 22
Hit duet for Sonny & Cher that was a pro golfer who married a pro wrestler in 1938
    $1200 8
Paré rejected such methods of this ancient physician as dropping the patient off a roof
    $1200 3
"Reuben Kincaid Lives"
    $1200 11
In August of 1807 this steamboat made its first run, traveling from NYC to Albany
    $1200 28
Orlando is the title hero/heroine of this author's 1928 time-traveling, gender-bending novel
    $1200 18
This Russian-American novelist published his early Russian works as V. Sirin
    $1200 23
Viking leader of a colorful Stendhal classic
    $1600 14
Paré created trusses for patients troubled by this, doing away with an older treatment, castration
    $1600 4
"Rerun Gets Married"
    $1600 12
When completed in 1855, the Point Loma Lighthouse in this Southern California city was the USA's tallest at 462 feet
    $1600 29
Famed Westminster Abbey organist Orlando Gibbons performed at the funeral of this Stuart King in 1625
    $1600 19
Playwright Jean-Baptiste Poquelin wrote under this nom de plume
    $1600 24
Pioneering palimony suit brought by the singer of "I Heard It Through The Grapevine"
    $2000 15
To prevent this, i.e. heavy bleeding, Paré tied blood vessels instead of cauterizing them with hot irons
    $2000 5
"The Secret Life of Buddy and Sally"
    DD: $2,500 13
In 1875 this Republican was elected governor of Ohio; 17 months later, he took the oath of office as president
    $2000 30
This word follows "Orlando" in the title of a 16th century epic poem by Ludovico Ariosto
    DD: $3,500 20
H.H. Munro published his stories under this potent potable name
    $2000 25
General nicknamed "Old Fuss and Feathers" who replaced Ari Fleischer as White House Press Secretary

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerome Dan Michael
$26,200 $9,200 $9,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the 10 most populous U.S. cities, the one that shares its name with a city mentioned in Revelation

Final scores:

Jerome Dan Michael
$32,200 $18,400 $18,400
Winner: $32,200 + an advance to UToC Round 4 2nd place: $15,000 3rd place: $15,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jerome Dan Michael
$23,400 $9,200 $9,200
20 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
19 R,
2 W
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $41,800

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Game tape date: 2005-04-13
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