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    $1000 20
Release a Russian blue or reveal a secret

Show #4554 - Thursday, May 27, 2004

Anne Boyd game 3.


Andy Yermack, a financial services compliance officer from East Rockaway, New York

M'Liss Moore, a portfolio manager from Waipahu, Hawaii

Anne Boyd, a freelance writer from Los Angeles, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $38,800)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the restaurant.)
    $200 6
In 1949 he presented his "Fair Deal" as part of his State of the Union address
    $200 1
Whopper Jr.
    $200 11
Sadly, Army nurse Clara Maass died in 1901 after she volunteered to be bitten by a mosquito carrying this
    $200 16
It's said that you can lead this animal to water, but you cannot make it drink
    $200 26
Leo is a sign for leaders, like this actor, director & Sundance Institute founder born Aug. 18
    $200 21
Think your vote doesn't count? An 1882 congressional race was won 10,505 votes to this
    $400 7
The U.S. blockade of this country was made public October 22, 1962
    $400 2
Sourdough Jack
    $400 12
It was the profession of Jan Josephszoon van Goyen, teacher & father-in-law of Jan Steen
    $400 17
If you're doing very well, you're living high off this creature
    $400 27
The day he was born, Feb. 18, 1964, his mom could have watched the "Gunsmoke" marshal of the same name on TV
    $400 22
A 1965 act says, "No voting qualification... shall be imposed" so as to deny anyone a vote based on this
    $600 8
When these people struck in Boston, Coolidge said, "There is no right to strike against the public safety by anyone"
    $600 3
Classic Triple with Cheese
    $600 13
In 1930 former Standard Oil president Henry Folger founded one of these in Washington, D.C.
    $600 18
Simian container that's a standard for hilarity
    $600 28
March 18 babies include Grover Cleveland & Rudolf Diesel, who rose to this, & Irene Cara, who sang about it
    $600 23
North Dakota is the only state that doesn't require voters to do this; rural folks know who's qualified
    $800 9
In 1851 students at VMI couldn't stonewall this professor of natural & experimental philosophy
    $800 4
Ultimate Deep Dish Pizza & Cinna Stix
    $800 14
Only one British prime minister, Spencer Perceval in 1812, left office due to this; 4 U.S. presidents did
    $800 19
Something very, very rare is "as scarce as" these chicken parts
    $800 29
This Chicago Bears tight end & coaching legend may want to up his dose of Levitra every Oct. 18 birthday
    $800 24
The 19th century ballot pre-printed by political parties was called this, as in "voting the straight" one
    $1000 10
Marcus Garvey, born on this island nation in 1887, was deported back there by the U.S. in 1927
    $1000 5
The Big N' Tasty
    DD: $1,000 15
In 1969 university professors Ragnar Frisch & Jan Tinbergen shared the first Nobel Prize for this
    $1000 20
Release a Russian blue or reveal a secret
    $1000 30
This female Motown vocalist was born in Alabama one July 18, maybe during a "heat wave"
    $1000 25
The machine seen here from this arboreal-named Florida County was part of the election mess of 2000

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

Anne M'Liss Andy
$1,600 -$1,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anne M'Liss Andy
$8,600 -$2,200 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want the teams' names.)
    $400 21
Egypt's most populous city, it lies near the head of the Nile delta
    $400 26
Arrowhead Pond
    $400 1
Have a shave & a haircut before seeing this Rossini opera that debuted in 1816
    $400 12
A short haircut for women, or what you do "for apples" on Halloween
    $400 7
In song these "go together like a horse and carriage"
    $400 2
Ante means before, as in ante partum, the period before childbirth; this word means after
    $800 22
Venezuela's second-largest city, it lies on the shore of a lake with which it shares its name
    $800 27
Madison Square Garden
    $800 17
If you moon over Monteverdi & swoon over Scarlatti, we assume that you "go for" this musical style
    $800 13
If you need to change a tire, you'd better have one of these in your trunk
    $800 8
In 1971 the New York Times quoted this future Secretary of State as saying, "Power is the great aphrodisiac"
    $800 3
Exempli gratia, abbreviated e.g. in English, means this
    $1200 23
Now home to over a million, Munich or Munchen began as a settlement of these people, hence the city's name
    $1200 28
Mellon Arena
    $1200 18
Hey, suckers, Marianne Tatum played Jenny Lind in this Tony-winning musical
    DD: $1,000 14
This cooking spray first made its way into kitchens over 45 years ago
    $1200 9
It completes Henry Lee's eulogy to Washington, "To the memory of the man, first in war, first in peace, and..."
    $1200 4
The verb "to be" has est as third person singular & this as first person singular
    $1600 24
Mount Wellington is not in New Zealand but lies just miles west of this Tasmanian port
    $1600 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew sits in a gondola in Venice, Italy.) Venetian gondoliers are famous for singing this kind of boat song
    $1600 15
A female donkey, or an early spinning machine
    $1600 10
"Things without all remedy should be without regard: what's done is done" is from this Shakespeare play
    $1600 5
Accusative (for direct objects of verbs) & dative (for indirect) are 2 of Latin's several of these
    DD: $2,000 25
A castle keep in this French city is known as the Tour Jeanne d'Arc
    $2000 20
This great 20th century Hungarian composer wrote the music for the ballet "The Wooden Prince"
    $2000 16
Here's the drill, or should I say, here's this
    $2000 11
In this ode Keats commands, "Away! Away! For I will fly to thee"
    $2000 6
Latin for "mountain", it follows Olympus & Pavonis in the names of Martian volcanoes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anne M'Liss Andy
$20,600 $2,200 $7,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

In Longfellow's "Tales of a Wayside Inn", "The Landlord's Tale" concerns this man & begins with the word "Listen"

Final scores:

Anne M'Liss Andy
$22,600 $4,300 $9,800
3-day champion: $61,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Anne M'Liss Andy
$20,600 $2,200 $9,000
29 R,
3 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,800

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