Show #3569 - Thursday, February 24, 2000

Jeremy Bate game 5.


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Chip Matejowsky, an exercise physiologist from Atlanta, Georgia

Paula Morrison, a technical service manager from Woodstock, Georgia

Jeremy Bate, a writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $45,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You're all too young to remember!)
    $100 12
In 1951 this Oklahoman replaced Joe DiMaggio as the Yankees' starting center fielder
    $100 22
South Korea's Se Ri Pak, a star in this sport, is sometimes called "Tigress Woods"
    $100 19
This Indiana town shares its name with a popular theater snack reportedly given to the Pilgrims by the Indians
    $100 1
Our sun is classified as the yellow type of these "small" stars
    $100 6
This rock pioneer's first & only No. 1 hit was 1957's "That'll Be The Day"
    $100 8
It precedes cop, court & jam
    $200 13
Nickname given to Eisenhower's theory that if one Asian country falls to Communism, others will follow
    $200 23
French high-wire artist Philippe Petit is known for his 1974 walk between the towers of this NYC landmark
    $200 27
This Ohio town shares its name with Hosea's Old Testament wife & the first name of a TV military hayseed
    $200 2
Like those of the genus Malus, most wild apples are of this tart "crustacean" type
    $200 7
The Beatles had 20 No. 1 singles; this man had 18
    $200 10
Knights & pinball games do it
    $300 17
He's credited with coining the term "beat" to describe a generation
    $300 24
B.K.S. Iyengar of India is often called the world's foremost teacher of this body-twisting practice
    $300 28
This Oregon town could be the theoretical home of a doll, 1983's most popular Christmas toy
    $300 3
Of 6,000, 66,000 or 666,000 MPH, the closest to the speed of the Earth around the sun
    $300 9
Her rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the 1991 Super Bowl took the song into the Top 40 for the first time
    $300 15
An acrobat, or his drinking glass
    $400 20
Headline-making object seen here:
    $400 25
Albums like "Romanza" & "Aria" have made this blind Italian tenor a superstar
    $400 29
It's the only town in Illinois bearing the name of a mid-'70s dance craze
    $400 4
2 of the 4 stages of development for most insects
    $400 11
On the U.S. Billboard Top 40 chart, this UB40 hit climbed to No. 34 in 1984 & to No. 1 in 1988
    $400 16
A Roman official, or a Chicago newspaper
    $500 21
He spent the entire decade as chancellor of West Germany
    DD: $500 26
In 1997 he was knighted for writing plays; in 1999 he was Oscared for "Shakespeare In Love"
    $500 30
George Michael didn't found this Louisiana town, but it does bear the name of his old pop duo
    $500 5
The adult human brain is made up of more than 10 billion of these nerve cells
    $500 14
Bee smart & name this 1968 No. 1 hit for Bobby Goldsboro
    $500 18
Kettle repairman, or Ms. Bell

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

Jeremy Paula Chip
$1,500 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Paula Chip
$4,300 $1,100 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Feeling lucky?)
(Alex: You have to identify the abbreviations we'll give you)
    $200 18
Friedrich Von Schiller, of "Ode To Joy" fame, is famous for an 1804 tale about this archer
    $200 11
Founded in 1909, NAACP
    $200 22
Performing a personal service to the person in this post may get you an Order of Pius decoration
    $200 16
As the first line of "Hamlet", it's not preceded by "Knock, knock"
    $200 1
Arthur was this cool "Happy Days" character's first name
    $200 6
From the French for "low", it's the hound seen here
    $400 27
A trip to India inspired his 1922 novel "Siddhartha"
    $400 12
Tom Hayden's SDS
    DD: $2,000 24
Knock wood, you may be lucky enough to receive this country's Order of the Cedar
    $400 17
Rodney King popularized this catchphrase with his May 1, 1992 statement in the wake of the L.A. riots
    $400 2
On "Beverly Hills, 90210", Luke Perry plays this brooding cool guy
    $400 7
This old breed of working dog is also known as a bobtail
    DD: $1,000 28
The German dictionary this pair of brothers began in 1854 was finished by others in 1954
    $600 13
"Congressional" sponsors of the Freedom Riders, CORE
    $600 25
The Order of Leopold was established in 1832 in this European country
    $600 19
It's the query in the nursery rhyme with the line "I met a man with seven wives"
    $600 3
What a drag! This cool crooner of "Mack The Knife" checked out early in 1973
    $600 8
This terrier breed seen here was once known as the Wharfedale
    $800 14
Abbie Hoffman's YIP (from yippie)
    $800 26
While the George Cross is inscribed "For Gallantry", this British cross is inscribed "For Valor"
    $800 20
Musical question whose answer is "Just like me, they long to be close to you"
    $800 4
Snoopy's "temperate" sunglassed persona
    $800 9
The Pembroke variety of this canine is popular with royalty
    $1000 15
Inspired by the Greensboro sit-ins of 1960, SNCC
    $1000 23
Alvin York & Eddie Rickenbacker were recipients of this French medal for military & bravery, first awarded in 1915
    $1000 21
Ardelle & Arlene were sisters in home perm ads that asked this
    $1000 5
Starsky often got the latest news on the street from this groovin' Antonio Fargas character
    $1000 10
The old name of a southern African country lends its name to this hunting breed

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Paula Chip
$7,700 $2,100 $2,700
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The only person named Oscar to win an Oscar, he won twice

Final scores:

Jeremy Paula Chip
$9,900 $100 $400
5-day champion: $55,000 3rd place: a Siemens Gigaset 2420 cordless phone 2nd place: a Zenith 36" stereo TV & DirecTV satellite system

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeremy Paula Chip
$10,700 $2,100 $2,700
31 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
1 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,500

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Game tape date: 1999-11-30
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