Show #3896 - Monday, July 9, 2001


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Peyton Paxson, a college professor from Westford, Massachusetts

Emily Voytek, a computer programmer from New York City, New York

Pat Phillips, an administrative assistant from Brea, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,602)

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Jeopardy! Round

____ OF ____
    $100 9
In 2000 she addressed the Dem. Nat'l Conv., 40 years after her father won the nomination for president
    $100 1
The dapper White Rabbit in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" frequently consulted this
    $100 4
There are 5 of these scheduled for 2001: 2 solar & 3 lunar
    $100 14
No matter what you're canning, you need this space with no matter in it to seal the jar
    $100 20
When this young co-star became difficult to work with on the set, his real-life father would spank him
    $100 19
Insurers may not compensate you for damages from these, like hurricanes or floods
    $200 10
His daughter Patti has written several books including "Bondage" & "The Way I See It"
    $200 2
In 1939 Simon & Schuster launched this imprint, the first line of inexpensive mass-market paperbacks
    $200 5
On Sept. 29, 2004 Toutatis, one of these, will be close enough to the Earth to be seen with binoculars
    $200 15
Keep canned fruit from darkening by adding ascorbic acid, better known nutritionally as this
    $200 21
Later to win 5 Emmys, this friend of Andy Griffith's was out of work & asked to play the part of his deputy
    $200 25
At your bank a CD isn't a compact disc, it's this
    $300 11
(Hi, I'm Marvin Hamlisch, here at the Hollywood Bowl.)
No mystery here, while her father was president, this soprano sang in concert at the Bowl
    $300 3
Snooker is an English form of this game using a cue ball & 21 additional balls, instead of 15
    $300 6
The large Zenith telescope being built near Vancouver will use a pan of this liquid metal as a reflector
    $300 16
Both these foods, the 2 main ingredients in succotash, should be packed loosely, as they expand
    $300 22
Goooooolly! This show spun off from "The Andy Griffith Show" in 1964
    $300 26
It was the "Holy Grail" for Ponce De Leon
    $400 12
Sadly, his youngest son, Quentin, was killed in WWI & his oldest son, Ted Jr., died during WWII
    $400 7
Using data from the Chandra X-ray telescope, 3 teens in North Carolina discovered one of these spinning neutron stars
    $400 17
Quinces, rich in this thickening substance, can be added when jellying berries low in it
    $400 23
Frances Bavier played this matronly role on the show for 8 years
    DD: $1,000 27
In parliamentary procedure, it's a question raised to see if things are proceeding properly
    $500 13
Abraham Lincoln's son Robert Todd was president of this sleeping car company from 1897 to 1911
    $500 8
(Hi, I'm Kevin Sorbo of Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda.) Using an earthbound telescope, he determined the Andromeda galaxy is 900,000 light years from Earth
    $500 18
Add lemon juice to canned tomatoes to keep the level of this high enough to prevent botulism
    $500 24
Of "Andy's Theme", "My Mayberry Home" or "The Fishin' Hole", the one that's the title of the theme song
    $500 28
A severe test, it's also a soldier's first time in battle

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Pat Emily Peyton
$200 $500 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Emily Peyton
$3,400 $1,000 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letter "A" & end with "ONE")
    $200 16
The first person to pass through this immigrant processing facility was Ireland's Annie Moore in 1892
    $200 10
"____ and the KIng"
    $200 6
This political magazine founded by JFK Jr. published its last issue in 2001
    $200 1
Holidays on this island country include the birthdays of Chiang Kai-shek & Sun Yat-sen
    $200 26
One critic said this musical was "about as Latin as steak & kidney pie"
    $200 21
The hold of this man, nicknamed "Scarface", over the Chicago underworld lasted less than 10 years
    $400 17
On June 30, 1859 Charles Blondin became the first person to cross this on a tightrope
    $400 12
"____ and the Bobby-Soxer"
    $400 7
Its beloved sock puppet couldn't keep this dot-com from closing in 2000
    $400 2
The remains of the ancient city of Troy were found near the southern end of the Hellespont in this country
    $400 27
One "memory" of this show is that it's based on a book of verse by T.S. Eliot
    $400 22
This daughter of Oedipus accompanied him into exile, but came back to Thebes after his death
    $600 18
She was the first reigning monarch to live in Buckingham Palace
    $600 13
"____ and Joon"
    $600 8
On Aug. 31, 2000 this old-time "inn" on the Las Vegas Strip closed its doors after 50 years
    $600 3
In 1789 the mutiny on the Bounty occurred in the waters of this South Pacific kingdom
    $600 28
Andrew collaborated with Tim Rice on "Joseph and the Amazing..." & this other Biblically themed show
    $600 23
An example of a symbiotic relationship is the hermit crab & the sea one of these
    $800 19
Appointed in 1916, he was the first Supreme Court justice of Jewish descent
    $800 14
"____ and the Cruisers"
    $800 9
This long-defunct auto company, one of whose models is seen here, was available on eBay in 2000
    DD: $1,500 4
Habib Bourguiba led this nation's fight for independence from France & served as its president from 1957 to 1987
    DD: $2,000 29
(Hi, I'm Jane Krakowski of Ally McBeal.) In 1987 I rollerskated on Broadway in this Andrew Lloyd Webber musical
    $800 24
Adjective describing one who tends to trip over things, gets his hand caught in doors, drops fragile vases....
    $1000 20
In 1921 she became the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize, winning for "The Age of Innocence"
    $1000 15
"____ and Miss Jones"
    $1000 11
In 2000 First Union Corp. said it would cash out this home equity lending "store"
    $1000 5
Its 2 largest daily newspapers are The Daily News (in English) & The Uhuru (in Swahili)
    $1000 25
Produced by the Hock process, it's the solvent in rubber cement & some cleaning fluids

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Emily Peyton
$5,700 $1,800 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The accompanying text to this book was published separately as "Ornithological Biography" in the 1830s

Final scores:

Pat Emily Peyton
$3,700 $900 $3,610
3-day champion: $15,302 3rd place: Borders gift card 2nd place: a trip to Allegro Resort, Playacar, Mexico

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Emily Peyton
$6,400 $1,800 $4,900
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
2 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,100

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Game tape date: 2001-03-21
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