Show #3457 - Tuesday, September 21, 1999


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Ken Sandler, an environmental protection specialist from Arlington, Virginia

Mary Ellen O'Hagan, a school food service manager from Pearl River, New York

Deanna Walton, a tax consultant from Arlington, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Basic units of currency in other lands)
    $100 2
This ebony bird was "Perched upon a bust of Pallas just above my chamber door"
    $100 9
Iggy's policemen
    $100 19
In 1998 biologists in Hawaii said they had cloned over 50 of these lab animals
    $100 1
With no birrs to spend, it'll be adios ababa for you in this country
    $100 24
This frontiersman "Went off to Congress and served a' patched up the crack in the Liberty Bell"
    $100 3
In "Peanuts" Linus has spent many a Halloween waiting for this being
    $200 5
In 1890, 4 years after her death, the first volume of this "Amherst Nun's" poetry was published
    $200 10
Rawls' loafers
    $200 20
APHS, a chemical compound that won't irritate the stomach, was created as an alternative to this
    $200 12
To buy 16 ounces of cookies in Cairo, you'll need the Egyptian this
    $200 25
The Roman numerals MDCCLIII on the bell's waist denote that it was cast in this year
    $200 4
A small part of its 4,000-mile link is seen here
    $300 16
"Priscilla" was the original title of Longfellow's poem about "The Courtship of" this Puritan captain
    $300 11
Idol's flowers
    $300 21
Ken Karsmizki discovered a campsite near Great Falls, Mt., dating back to 1805, that may have been this pair's
    $300 15
The Vatican cuts its checks in its own version of this currency
    $300 26
It's thought that the Liberty Bell rang out to announce the arrival of this Frenchman in September 1824
    $300 6
Prince William, to King George VI
    $400 17
Robert Frost wrote that "Good fences make" these
    $400 13
Sheryl's pedal digits
    $400 22
Divers found the lost island of Antirhodos, where Cleopatra once lived, sunken off this city
    $400 29
In Montevideo you may go Uruguay & I'll go mine, but we'll both spend these
    $400 27
The striking of the bell was broadcast to the nation on this day when the Allies landed at Normandy
    $400 7
Philip Roth titled a 1973 book this, the goal of U.S. fiction writers for decades
    $500 18
He wrote "Old Ironsides" while a law student
    $500 14
Morrison's skinny-dippings
    $500 23
Microbes found 2,800' below the sea floor off New Guinea extended this region of the Earth that can support life
    DD: $1,300 30
You'll need money named for this explorer to buy a shipload of canal supplies in Panama
    $500 28
The bell consists of about 70% this metal, 25% tin & smaller amounts of zinc, lead & silver
    $500 8
An important crossing or barrier, in particular the Rocky Mountains

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

Deanna Mary Ellen Ken
$1,600 $500 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Deanna Mary Ellen Ken
$1,800 $1,300 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In 1927 Harry Lender began baking these in New Haven, Connecticut
    $200 21
"The Wrong Man",
"North by Northwest"
    $200 11
1 of the 3 French cities to host the Winter Olympics
    $200 12
This Scottish-American taught the British & the Russians a thing or two about naval fighting
    $200 1
Dynamic duo who fight for champagne wishes & caviar dreams
    $400 7
2 years after winning 3 Olympic medals in 1924, she made her famous Channel swim
    $400 22
"2001: A Space Odyssey",
"Eyes Wide Shut"
    $400 13
This city's Grand Prix d'Endurance has been run at the Sarthe road racing circuit since 1923
    $400 17
In the '80s he led a public education campaign to combat the AIDS epidemic
    $400 2
Government retirement benefits that Charles Schulz' Linus can hold on to
    DD: $800 8
William Thompson, known as "Big Bill", was mayor of this big city
    $600 23
"Arsenic and Old Lace",
"Meet John Doe",
"It's A Wonderful Life"
    DD: $700 14
It's closer to England than any other city on the European mainland -- 21 miles
    $600 18
This man was half of the duo that went down in a plane August 15, 1935 near Point Barrow, Alaska
    $600 3
Leno's show on which Cuba Gooding, Jr. makes his famous demand
    $800 9
Maybe it was the campaign song Al Jolson wrote that got him elected U.S. president in 1920
    $800 24
"Tender Mercies",
"Breaker Morant",
"Driving Miss Daisy"
    $800 15
This city on the Garonne River is famous for its wines & is France's leading shipper of wines
    $800 19
He's the actor seen here lending a "hand" to an unwary scientist
    $800 4
"Ringmaster" talk show host & sporting dog
    $1000 10
Popular athletes included Red Grange, the Galloping Ghost, & this man, the Flying Finn
    $1000 25
"The Terminator",
"True Lies"
    $1000 16
In 1431 Joan of Arc was burned at the stake at the Place du Vieux-Marche in this city on the Seine
    $1000 20
Some consider this revolutionary seen here to be the father of modern China
    $1000 5
Boxing champ who stung the "40 Thieves" like a bee

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Deanna Mary Ellen Ken
$4,800 $2,100 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This type of tree that includes the pecan is common in the eastern U.S., is noted for toughness & can live to 300

Final scores:

Deanna Mary Ellen Ken
$1,599 $100 $3,200
2nd place: Trip to Caesar's, Lake Tahoe, Nevada 3rd place: Ducane 2004SS Gas Grill New champion: $3,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Deanna Mary Ellen Ken
$6,100 $1,900 $4,700
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,700

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Game tape date: 1999-07-14
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