Show #6210 - Friday, September 23, 2011

Justin Sausville game 7.


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Jessica Burr, a book editor from Bloomfield, New Jersey

Amit Kurlekar, an attorney from Oakland, California

Justin Sausville, a urologist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 6-day cash winnings total $134,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
"At this last pres. inauguration of the 20th century, let us lift our eyes toward the challenges that await us"
    $200 16
For 1966, this squad from near South Bend was but one of 3 undefeated teams; there should be playoffs
    $200 1
This wine-growing region in eastern France shares its name with a deep reddish-purplish color
    $200 21
You'll see lots of stars on the St. Louis Walk of Fame, including that of this "King of Ragtime"
    $200 26
Alphabetically, it's the first animal in the American Heritage Dictionary
    $200 11
The top county cop
    $400 7
"I know that the acquisition of Louisiana had been disapproved by some"
    $400 17
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
    $400 2
Words used for the smell of wine include aroma, bouquet & this body part
    $400 22
At Westminster College, there's a memorial & library honoring this man who gave his "iron curtain" speech on campus in 1946
    $400 27
There are this many feet in 2 statute miles
    $400 12
Fashionably bared area seen here
    $600 8
What his March 4, 1841 speech should have included: "Sorry, I'm cutting this short. The weather's awful & I should go inside"
    $600 18
In January 1979 there were 5 teams with 1 loss, including this Bear Bryant-led one, a co-champ (!) wth USC; playoffs, please
    $600 3
Sauternes & ice wine are 2 of the wines named for this dinner course
    $600 23
With more than 40 theaters & 100 live shows, this city calls itself the "live music show capital of the world"
    $600 28
This worldwide secret society founded its first British Grand Lodge in 1717
    $600 13
A minor argument; I'm sorry, honey
    $800 9
"Let the word go forth from this time and place... that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans"
    $800 19
After the 1996 slate, 5 teams had but one loss, including the 14-1 Cougars from this Utah school; how about playoffs?
    $800 4
This 4-letter word indicates that a champagne is dry; "extra" this means it's extremely or totally dry
    $800 24
A June 26, 2010 re-ride to celebrate the 150th anniv. of the Pony Express ended with a procession through this city
    $800 29
This planet is 318 times as massive as Earth
    $800 14
A small, light boat for one person
    DD: $1,000 10
"I have approved a research program (for) a security shield that would destroy... missiles before they reach their target"
    $1000 20
Cincy & this Horned Frog school were both unbeaten in the 2009 regular season but didn't play for the title; why no playoffs?
    $1000 5
This Italian word for "foaming" is used of sparkling wines; the Asti one is quite famous
    $1000 25
A natl. monument near Diamond, Missouri preserves the birthplace of this "plant doctor" born a slave around 1864
    $1000 30
In area, it's the second-largest country in South America
    $1000 15
The first "T" in GATT, they're taxes one nation puts on goods imported from another

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

Justin Amit Jessica
$1,200 $1,400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Amit Jessica
$1,200 $6,200 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
We wonder if James Hardy held his breath as he performed the first transplant of one of these on a human in 1963
    $400 21
Oh, for the days street gangs fought it out... in dance; we met a girl named Maria; J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets!
    $400 6
Mr. Antolini was an English teacher of this "Catcher in the Rye" narrator
    $400 16
What some call the first car was an 1886 motorized one of these, now mainly ridden by little kids
    $400 27
Who needs a brush? According to a student of Titian's, the master would do his final retouching using these
    $400 11
    $800 2
News of his rabies vaccine spread throughout the world after it proved successful in 1885
    $800 22
Great show at the Colosseum; all roads lead to Crowe; at my signal, unleash a hell of a movie
    $800 7
On her deathbed, this angelic little girl asks her dad to free Uncle Tom
    $800 17
The wheel lock mechanism later used in lighters was invented around 1500 to ignite the powder in these
    $800 26
Get hold of "Marine Painting in Oil" by E. John Robinson to learn how to paint this 8-letter type of work
    $800 12
    DD: $2,000 3
Her scoring system that assesses the health of newborn babies was introduced in 1952
    $1200 28
Cruise into Vegas; Babbitt is rich; a big plug for Qantas' air safety, definitely, definitely
    $1200 8
In "To Kill a Mockingbird", this recluse saves Jem & Scout from Bob Ewell
    $1200 18
Improved care in WWII meant more soldiers badly hurt but not dead; that prompted George Klein to motorize this
    $1200 25
Avoid cracking by applying pigment with more oil over pigment with less oil--& more of this thinner made from pines
    $1200 13
    $1600 4
In 1987 the drug known by these 3 letters became the first approved for treating AIDS
    $1600 29
A Renner runs through it; time to Iraq & roll; that movie is the bomb!
    DD: $3,600 9
Kilgore Trout, the fictional author of several cleverly ironic sci-fi novels, is a character in many of his books
    $1600 19
Homer uses the image "as when" this artisan "makes trial of his wheel... to see if it will run smooth"
    $1600 24
This technique of applying thin layers gives richer color than if you'd just mixed the paint; you can do it with ham, too
    $1600 14
    $2000 5
In 2006 this vaccine that protects against HPV, a cause for cervical cancer, was approved for females 9 to 26
    $2000 30
A Ludacris carjacking; L.A. stories; Matt Dillon is an officer, not a marshal
    $2000 10
In "The Sun Also Rises", Jake Barnes struggles with his feelings for this fickle British lady
    $2000 20
Around 1700 this, a ship's steering system, was improved by adding a wheel
    $2000 23
Rembrandt used the other end of a brush to depict curls, a technique called scraffito, from the Italian for this action
    $2000 15

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Amit Jessica
$8,400 $11,800 $13,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 1880s he developed Crystal A Caramels; a product under his own name came out in 1900

Final scores:

Justin Amit Jessica
$3,799 $16,801 $2,399
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $16,801 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Justin Amit Jessica
$12,000 $11,800 $12,200
16 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $36,000

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Game tape date: 2011-08-02
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