Show #3718 - Wednesday, November 1, 2000

Brad Rutter game 3.


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Eric Moore, a chemist and writer from Brookline, Massachusetts

Ann Marchand, an internet news producer from Washington, D.C.

Brad Rutter, a college student from Lancaster, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
7 years after crossing the Alps, he reached the gates of Rome with his troops in 211 B.C., but didn't get in
    $100 7
UCLA Men's Basketball, 1949-1975
    $100 2
Major Major is commander of an Air Force squadron in this WWII novel
    $100 23
Once a "Designing Woman" on TV, she now designs her own line of clothing for "Real Size Women"
    $100 1
Need to use the bathroom?--just "skip to my" this
    $100 21
Teri, still on the run with Emily's baby, crossed the border into this country which elected Vicente Fox in 2000
    $200 17
In 1533 Pizarro killed Atahualpa, the leader of these people
    $200 8
Indiana Pacers, 1997-2000
    $200 12
Bestsellers of 1998 included her novels "Mirror Image" & "The Long Road Home"
    $200 24
This famous ex-intern has finally found her bag: she designs bags like the one seen here:
    $200 3
When it's wet out, don't forget to take your brolly, one of these
    $200 22
Billionaire Trent Bishop hit town after seeing Misou on the cover of this mag known for a quiz, edited by Kate White
    $300 18
Ivan the Great made the great decision to gain independence from this group known as the Golden Horde
    $300 9
Green Bay Packers, 1959-1967
    $300 13
Chief Bromden, a mental patient, narrates this 1962 novel
    $300 28
"I am out of prison and back in business", says this woman who sells her "Heidi Wear" on-line
    $300 4
It's what the British call an apartment, or what you don't want to get on a freeway
    $300 25
Dr. Drake proved Emily didn't kill Carson Pike, after performing this, Greek for "See for yourself"
    $400 19
In 1632 this lord founded the colony of Maryland
    $400 10
University of Nebraska Football, 1973-1997
    $400 14
The slogan "Four Legs Good, Two Legs Bad" appears in this 1945 novel
    $400 29
This ever-popular supermodel seen here introduced her new line of sportswear on QVC in 1998
    $400 5
When a Briton is on vacation, everyday is one of these, literally
    $400 26
Drake, walking through a field to Emily's, jumps to avoid a sidewinder, one of these, falls & cuts his head
    $500 20
He succeeded Henry II as king of England in 1189 & was himself succeeded by John in 1199
    $500 11
Chicago Bears, 1920-1967 (with a few breaks)
    DD: $800 15
This 1906 novel is set in Packingtown, the nickname for Chicago's Union Stockyards
    $500 30
This "Million Dollar Mermaid" of the movies is still in the swim, with her own line of designer swimwear
    $500 6
To calm her baby, a mummy might pop in a dummy, or what we call this
    $500 27
Trent happens on the hurt Drake & offers to donate his blood, this type, the universal recipient, the same as Drake's!

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Brad Ann Eric
$1,300 $800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Ann Eric
$3,300 $1,800 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
On the eve of the premiere of "Carmen", he was named a chevalier of the Legion of Honor
    $200 6
He played Van Gogh in the 1956 film "Lust for Life"
    $200 1
The Post-Dispatch, est. 1878
    $200 26
The 3 orders of ancient Greek column were doric, ionic, & this ornate one named for a city
    $200 16
In 1946 Churchill warned that this "drapery" had descended over Europe
    $200 21
Angelenos know it's a period of heavy traffic & traffic jams
    $400 12
It was musicographer Ludwing Von Kochel who assigned the "K" numbers to this man's musical works
    $400 7
In 1993's "Backbeat", Stephen Dorff played this bassist who left The Beatles to be a painter
    $400 2
The Free Press, est. 1831
    $400 27
This "ice cold" part of an entablature fits in between the cornice & architrave
    $400 17
Churchill turned down a dukedom but did accept a knighthood from this monarch in 1953
    $400 22
This industrial unit is equal to the work one person can do in 60 minutes
    DD: $1,000 13
In April, 1759, this German-born composer was buried in Westminster Abbey
    DD: $1,000 8
In a 1989 film, Daniel Day-Lewis played Christy Brown, who could only paint with this title appendage
    $600 4
The Mercury News, est. 1851
    $600 28
The cathedral of Ulm, Germany, has one of the most famous examples of this tapering structure at the top of a tower
    $600 18
The first meeting between Churchill & these other 2 leaders was in Teheran, Iran in 1943
    $600 23
Term for the scheduled time for the start of a large-scale combat operation
    $800 14
Upon his death, this Hungarian pianist's manuscripts passed to the Princess Carolyne Sayn-Wittgenstein
    $800 9
In a 1996 film, Natascha McElhone's Francoise Gilot tries to survive Anthony Hopkins as this artist
    $800 3
The World-Herald, est. 1885
    $800 29
Il Duomo of this city's cathedrals was based on the principles of Roman vaults
    $800 19
First name of Winston's American mother
    $800 24
In 1965 it was Wilson Pickett's first solo top 40 hit
    $1000 15
In 1933 this "Sabre Dance" composer married fellow Russian composer Nina Makarova
    $1000 10
Gene Kelly is an expatriate singing & dancing painter in this Oscar winner
    $1000 5
The Morning News, est. 1885
    $1000 30
From the Latin for "gate", it's often an entryway consisting of a roof supported by columns
    $1000 20
After graduating from this royal military college, Churchill was commissioned a second lieutenant
    $1000 25
Fredric March & Humphrey Bogart starred in this tense 1955 film about escaped convicts which terrorize a family

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Ann Eric
$9,900 $3,000 $5,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This brand name comes from machines devised by Benjamin Holt to crawl over soft farmland

Final scores:

Brad Ann Eric
$10,601 $1,300 $699
3-day champion: $34,802 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brad Ann Eric
$9,500 $3,000 $4,600
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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Game tape date: 2000-09-27
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