Show #3593 - Wednesday, March 29, 2000


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Cris Christopher, an executive assistant from Marietta, Georgia

Jeff Wohl, a marketing manager from Smyrna, Georgia

Jennifer Yuan, a web designer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In 1692 the Spanish regained control of this future New Mexico capital from the Pueblo Indians
    $100 15
Proverbially, you might find a host of these dancing on the head of a pin
    $100 5
These "3 Knavish Businessmen Discovered Together in Tub"
    $100 26
It's the longest river west of the Rocky Mountains
    $100 10
It rolls through Pasadena January 1st (or the 2nd, if the 1st falls on a Sunday)
    $100 21
Shiny, like an 8x10
    $200 2
In 1639 the Court of Massachusetts ordered that "The bee built at Cambridg" be called this
    $200 16
The full name for a group that a sheriff enlists to aid himself is this comitatus, "of the county"
    $200 6
"Peter Piper in Pickle When Peck of" these "Disappears"
    $200 27
This river shares the spelling of its name with the state in which the 42nd U.S. president was born
    $200 11
Now in Florida, it's the popular parade seen here:
(at Disney World)
    $200 22
Intestines, or intestinal fortitude
    $300 3
The political slogan "As" this state "goes, so goes the nation" dates back to the 1880s
    $300 17
French for "a bunch", it's now a bunch of flowers
    $300 7
"Mrs. Flinders Whips Daughter Polly for Sitting Among" these
    $300 28
An authority set up in 1933 has extensively dammed this river that begins just east of Knoxville
    $300 12
Held the fourth Thursday in November in New York City, this parade is a gas
    $300 23
It precedes pappy, piano or passion
    $400 4
In 1857 antislavery forces were set back when the Supreme Court decided the case of this man vs. Sandford
    $400 18
Spelled one way, it's a group of soldiers; another, a group of minstrels
    $400 8
"Boy John Green Arrested for Trying to Drown" one of these
    $400 13
The Chicago River is dyed green around the time this parade winds its way through the city
    $400 24
A chin beard for a Capricorn
    $500 20
On July 31, 1972 this Missouri senator withdrew as McGovern's running mate because of earlier psychiatric care
    $500 19
A "suit" is a complete set of these on a boat
    $500 9
These animals "Getting Fat; Sure Sign of Holiday Season"
    $500 14
It's the day in 1973 the parade watchers seen here were out & about:
(Leonid Brezhnev, among others)
    $500 25
Dressy dress, or cap's partner

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jennifer Jeff Cris
$700 -$100 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Jeff Cris
$1,900 $500 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the actor who played the role.)
    $200 1
Vaughan Williams' "Romance" is for orchestra & this instrument you blow & suck air through
    $200 9
On Dec. 8, 1980 Paul Goresh took the last photograph of this rock star as he signed his LP "Double Fantasy"
    $200 10
In mating season the males of this tusked seal make bell-like sounds in the water to attract females
    $200 2
Outside the U.S., the temperature scale most commonly used is the one named for this Swede
    $200 15
"Man on the Moon"
    $200 19
This word can be joined with stand, tree, plant or pine; by itself, it's very handy in London during June
    $400 4
This German composer's "Flying Dutchman" took off after he expanded it from 1 act to 3
    $400 11
Photographer seen here:
(famous for Civil War photos)
    $400 14
This long-haired ruminant is named for the strong odor it emits
    $400 3
This measure of pressure is named for French scientist Blaise
    $400 16
"Marathon Man"
    $400 20
This palindrome is another word for a principle or belief
    $600 5
The term "ballad" comes from the late Latin "ballare", to do this
    $600 12
Known for his landscapes of the American west, he founded the Dept. of Photography at NYC's Museum of Modern Art
    $600 8
The flow of an electric current is measured in a unit named for this French physicist
    $600 17
"The Elephant Man"
    $600 21
These implied or indirect literary references are often made to Biblical or classical figures
    DD: $2,000 6
Siberian-born Israel Baline was known around Tin Pan Alley by this name
    $800 13
This Frenchman who developed a photo process using metal plates also created the diorama in 1822
    DD: $1,200 26
Used to measure work, not diamonds, is this, symbolized J & named for a British physicist
    $800 18
"The Third Man"
    $800 22
Meaning loud-voiced, this adjective derives from the name of a Greek herald mentioned in "The Iliad"
    $1000 7
"Spleen" is part of a 6-song set from this "La Mer" composer
    $1000 25
Truman Capote wrote the text for this Harper's Bazaar fashion photographer's 1959 collection "Observations"
    $1000 27
dB is the symbol for a measurement named for this Scottish-born inventor
    $1000 24
"The Man Who Fell to Earth"
    $1000 23
From an Indo-European word meaning abundance, it's a single book containing several works

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Jeff Cris
$7,900 -$300 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The title of this novella that won the 1953 Pulitzer Prize consists of 6 words, each of which is 3 letters long

Final scores:

Jennifer Jeff Cris
$1,500 -$300 $1,399
2-day champion: $13,601 3rd place: $1,000 Shopping Spree courtesy of Sony Card 2nd place: Trip to Outrigger Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jennifer Jeff Cris
$7,500 -$300 $7,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
7 R,
6 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,600

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Game tape date: 2000-01-12
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