Show #3691 - Monday, September 25, 2000

Andrew Garen game 4.


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Jeff Scherer, a senior art director from Brooklyn, New York

Shawn Freeman, a call center manager from Birmingham, Alabama

Andrew Garen, a project manager from Mamaroneck, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
    $100 11
He & Keith Richards enjoyed the satisfaction of writing "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
    $100 15
In 1939 this city was home to the Golden Gate International Exposition
    $100 27
On its first day of operation, April 17, 1973, this company founded by Fred Smith flew 186 packages
    $100 18
In 1971 the Lyndon Johnson Library at this school became the first presidential library on a college campus
    $100 1
In a 1909 essay Mark Twain asserted this man could not have written the plays attributed to him
    $100 3
"The Road To" this quartet is the holy grail of college basketball
    $200 12
On the 1978 album "Some Girls" the Stones really worked things with "Beast of" this
    $200 17
Charles Floyd, known by this nickname, was killed in a shootout with FBI agents in 1934
    $200 28
The Hughes AH-64 Apache is an attack one of these
    $200 19
The only university in this state is in the city named for Jacques La Ramee
    $200 2
In articles & a book Twain questioned this Mary Baker Eddy church's tenet of divine healing
    $200 7
In the opening credits sequence of the original "Star Trek" series, space is this
    $300 13
The Stones hired this motorcycle gang as guards at their 1969 Altamont concert for $500 in beer
    $300 23
In 1930 this company introduced frozen peas; only problem was, few stores had freezers
    DD: $800 29
Name in common to the 3-engine Lockheed L-1011 & a Hollywood movie company
    $300 20
The university of this city is split into 13 branches; 3 were formed from the Sorbonne
    $300 4
In a 1904 essay Twain's subject was this French saint about whom he had written a book
    $300 8
In the classic song "My Way", Frank Sinatra faced this drapery
    $400 14
In 1963 the band added this letter to its name, giving it the one it has now
    $400 24
Daniel Guggenheim helped fund this man's 1930 move to New Mexico to continue his rocket research
    $400 30
In April 1955 West Germany revived this name for its national airline
    $400 21
This school's "Gator Growl", which takes place the night before Homecoming, is said to be the largest pep rally
    $400 5
The Sacramento Union published Twain's running account of his visit to these islands
    $400 9
Movie directors often seek this contract provision to ensure their version of a film
    $500 16
On "Paint It, Black" Brian Jones played this instrument, like George on "Norwegian Wood"
    $500 25
In 1931 this social worker picked up a Nobel Peace Prize to put in her house
    $500 26
In May 1987 a plane built by this Wichita, Kansas company landed in Red Square
    $500 22
Father Theodore Hesburgh served as president of this university a record 35 years, retiring in 1987
    $500 6
In "Innocents Abroad" Twain derides this city's mistreatment of Galileo & its love of the Medicis
    $500 10
Derek Humphry wrote this book about "The practicalities of self-deliverance & assisted suicide for the dying"

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

Andrew Shawn Jeff
$500 $500 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Shawn Jeff
$700 $2,300 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not The Rolling Stones.)
'80s TV
    $200 13
The 1799 discovery of this object ultimately unlocked the secrets of Egyptian hieroglyphics
    $200 20
To George Jefferson she was "Weesie", but his wife's actual first name was this
    $200 18
A hall in Pharaoh's Memphis palace is the backdrop for the opening scene of Act 1 of this Verdi opera
    $200 1
Among his other jobs, Quetzalcoatl was the god of wind that made this cereal grain grow
    $200 11
California's highest mountain followed by Texas' biggest city gives you this singer's name
    $200 6
2 consecutive lines that rhyme
    $400 14
The Stone of Destiny sat on by Scottish kings was taken to this city by Kenneth Macalpin in 843
    $400 21
The Carrington Mansion on "Dynasty" was in this city, where most of the action took place
    $400 19
The Trevi is the third of Respighi's 4 "Fountains of" this city
    $400 2
One of Vishnu's 10 avatars is this founder of a whole religion
    $400 12
This "Friendly" Oakland Raiders tight end of the 1970s was known as "The Ghost"
    $400 7
"There was an old lady of Prague" begins a popular one of these lighthearted poems of 5 lines
    $600 15
One myth says this landmark was set up by Merlin as the Sepulcher of Pendragon
    $600 28
He was Hooperman for 2 seasons, but he's still best remembered as Jack Tripper
    DD: $1,500 25
Gilbert & Sullivan's "Yeomen of the Guard" is set in this English landmark
    $600 3
As god of this for the Inuits, Igaluk controlled the seasons & the tides
    $600 22
American author seen here
["Call of the Wild"]
    $600 8
Term for a long narrative poem celebrating the exploits of real or mythic heroes
    $800 16
The Black Stone set in this holy landmark in Mecca is actually a meteorite
    DD: $2,000 29
On "In the Heat of the Night" Howard Rollins played this detective
    $800 26
It's the Spanish city where the following classical classic takes place
["Toreador Song"]
    $800 4
The Egyptian goddess Sekhmet had the head of one; the body went to the Sphinx
    $800 23
This actor, Duncan opposite TV's "Zoe", must be of Russian descent -- or Idahoan
    $800 9
A reflective poem with a solemn or sorrowful theme, perhaps "Written in A Country Churchyard"
    $1000 17
Alchemists were always on the lookout for this substance that could turn base metals into gold
    $1000 27
After visiting there in 1829, Mendelssohn wrote his "overture" of these Scottish islands
    $1000 5
Aphrodite & Persephone both fell in love with this good-looking son of the Assyrian king Theias
    $1000 24
This "Virgin Suicides" director was the infant in the baptism scene in the original "Godfather"
    $1000 10
Also meaning "to hold back", it's a phrase or line that recurs at certain points in a poem

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Shawn Jeff
$6,200 $4,900 $2,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: It's growing!)
An August 1999 government report told of the strain on schools from the "echo" of this

Final scores:

Andrew Shawn Jeff
$9,801 $6,400 $2,399
4-day champion: $41,101 2nd place: Trip to Cancun, Mexico courtesy of Yahoo! Travel 3rd place: Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andrew Shawn Jeff
$8,500 $4,900 $4,500
18 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
0 W
18 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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Game tape date: 2000-08-23
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