Suggest correction - #4682 - 2005-01-04

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    $2000 12
A group of 3 men collectively responsible for the administration of ancient Rome

Show #4682 - Tuesday, January 4, 2005

Kerry Breitenbach game 3.


Inez Friedman-Boyce, an attorney from Newton, Massachusetts

Chris Mullins, a computer programmer from Louisville, Kentucky

Kerry Breitenbach, a marketing analyst from South Euclid, Ohio (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $28,300)

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Denebola, a star in the tail of this constellation, is Arabic for "the lion's tail"
    $200 26
Drive through the village of Mercury in the Rhone-Alpes region of this country
    $200 11
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It's a view on a case written by a minority of the Supreme Court justices
    $200 16
Walter Winchell & George M. Cohan have each been called the "King of" this thoroughfare
    $200 1
Specific term for a supplement to your last will & testament
    $400 7
Arcturus is known as the "bear watcher" because it follows this constellation around the north celestial pole
    $400 27
There is life in Mars, 30 miles from the confluence of the Monongahela & Allegheny Rivers in this state
    $400 12
    $400 22
All the people representatives represent; many House members websites have a section of services for them
    $400 17
Though born in November 1854, he was known as the "March King"
    $400 2
A word to designate the 3 low countries, or their economic pact
    $600 8
Add an "A" to the beginning of this star (double the "P") & you get singing without instrumental accompaniment
    $600 28
If you're driving through Jupiter, catch a show at the maltz Jupiter theatre in this state
    $600 13
    DD: $1,000 23
It was created in 1979 but traces its beginnings to 1803, when Congress allocated aid to fire-stricken Portsmouth, N.H.
    $600 18
In the 1980s he was known as the "Junk Bond King"
    $600 3
A 7-letter term for an improvised encampment
    $800 9
Although now fainter than Pollux, this star is designated the alpha star in Gemini
    $800 29
The seas of Neptune are long gone, replaced by the prairies near its captital, Regina, in this Canadian province
    $800 14
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It's congressional action that spends our money for an authorized purpose; there's a committee for it
    $800 19
She--yes, she--was known as "King of the Court"
    $800 4
Apollo's sister, she was Diana's Greek counterpart
    $1000 10
This star whose name sounds like a Michael Keaton character became the first whose surface was directly imaged
    $1000 30
Though not large enough to be an official planet, Pluto resides on this largest Philippine Island
    $1000 15
    $1000 25
(Hi. I'm John McCain.) The bipartisan campaign reform act is named for me & this Wisconsin Senator
    $1000 20
California lawyer Melvin Belli was famous as the "King of" these
    $1000 5
Orangutans live on this, the largest island that's entirely part of Indonesia

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

Kerry Chris Inez
$2,800 $1,400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Chris Inez
$4,400 $6,200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 9
Her April 14th, 1964 diary entry revealed she asked King Hussein of Jordan for his autograph at a state dinner
    $400 4
"Come on, hit me. Harder! Harder!"
    $400 13
Shooting an albatross causes bad luck for a ship's crew
    $400 21
If the kids can stomach it, watch Tasmanian devils being fed in Tasmanian Deveil Park at Taranna in this country
    $400 18
It was the first U.S. state to secede, leading to the Civil War
    $400 1
It straightens the arm at the elbow
    $800 10
First name shared by a Roosevelt & a Wilson
    $800 5
"Someday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streets"
    $800 14
A 12-year-old nymphet torments a grown man
    $800 25
Take the kids to Drumnadrochit to see the exhibition devoted to this beast, then go outside & search for it yourself
    $800 19
It held referendums in 1980 & 1995 to decide whether to secede from Canada
    $800 2
Swimming, cycling, & running all in one event
    $1200 23
She was 32 when she started acting as Jefferson's hostess
    $1200 6
"I was gonna whack you, but I was... real conflicted about it"
    $1200 15
A psychologist tries to figure out why a young man has blinded 6 horses
    $1200 26
Kids love creepy stuff, so take them to see the bog mummies at the Silkeborg Museum in this country
    $1200 20
In 1965 this island city-state peacefully seceded from Malaysia
    $1200 3
The period that lasted from about 245 million to 208 million years ago
    $1600 24
Pink, a favorite color of hers, became popular nationwide when she lived in the White House
    $1600 7
"Better to be king for a night than a schmuck for a lifetime"
    $1600 16
"Admirable" butler becomes the leader of a shipwrecked group
    $1600 27
The kids will be amazed that Tchantches, a puppet who's the symbol of Liege in this country, has his own museum
    DD: $2,500 22
This country in the Western Hemisphere didn't exist until 1903 when it seceded from its larger neighbor
    $1600 11
From the Latin for "platform for magistrates", it's a court of justice
    DD: $5,600 30
Known under this name as First Lady, she was born Elizabeth Wallace
    $2000 8
"Counselor! Come out, come out, wherever you are!!"
    $2000 17
Swift advocates the eating of poor children as a way to combat poverty
    $2000 28
A train ride & a hall of mirrors tempt the tykes at Jardin d'Acclimation in this Parisian park nicknamed Le Bois
    $2000 29
This nation has fought several wars over territory with Ethiopia since seceding from it in 1993
    $2000 12
A group of 3 men collectively responsible for the administration of ancient Rome

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Chris Inez
$26,800 $13,100 $7,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1913 this alloy was invented by Harry Brearley of Sheffield, England, a city known for its cutlery since before 1400

Final scores:

Kerry Chris Inez
$27,300 $14,500 $8,200
3-day champion: $55,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kerry Chris Inez
$22,800 $12,200 $7,200
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $42,200

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