Show #3777 - Tuesday, January 23, 2001


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Brad Schinstock, a research specialist from Denver, Colorado

Rachael Cianfrani, a criminal justice student from Cypress, California

Mike Emerman, a campaign administrator from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
"Death in the Afternoon" is a treatise on this, which Hemingway considered a tragic spectacle, not a sport
    $100 1
When Bruce Springsteen opened this L.A. arena, he said he thought he was playing an office supplies store
    $100 18
This federal police agency is abbreviated the DEA
    $100 3
Last name that goes with 1985's "Martina"
    $100 5
From here, it's a long way to this Irish town about 24 miles southeast of Limerick
    $100 7
"She sells seashells by the seashore" is a classic one of these
    $200 15
Hemingway served as an ambulance driver during WWI, like Frederic Henry, the hero of this novel
    $200 2
Saint-Saens & Faure were organists at Paris' La Madeleine, the church of this Biblical woman
    $200 19
Encarta reports that with over 96,000 this state has more full-time law enforcement employees than any other
    $200 8
He relives his relief pitching in "The Goose is Loose"
    $200 6
(Hi, I'm Kym Hampton of the WNBA.) The jump ball at the beginning of a basketball game or period of play is known as this
    $200 24
When you remain silent, others might suggest this animal's "got your tongue"
    $300 28
The title of this Hemingway novel set during the Spanish Civil War comes from one of John Donne's "Devotions"
    $300 4
Chicago's area for this genre moved from the south side to north side clubs like Kingston Mines
    $300 20
Robert Stack & Kevin Costner have both played this crusading T-Man
    $300 9
This coach's book is all "Tark"
    $300 14
It's the first name of the woman who played the title kleptomaniac in "Marnie"
    $300 25
This tallest land critter can have a tongue up to 18 inches long
    $400 29
"In Our Time", a collection of short stories, features this character who is similar to Hemingway
    DD: $500 11
This crowd-pleasing group has performed on the Charles River Esplanade since July 4, 1929
    $400 21
This international group founded in 1923 helps police in one country communicate with those of another
    $400 10
Seen here, he demanded, "Just Give Me the Damn Ball"
    $400 16
Superstar Tiny Tim's only Top 40 song
    $400 26
Vanna could tell you the tongue of a bell is also known as this
    $500 30
This 1926 novel begins, "Robert Cohn was once middleweight boxing champion of Princeton"
    $500 23
In 1925 this famed piano company opened a concert hall on 57th Street in New York City
    $500 22
Guidelines for sheriffs & village constables were established in this important document in 1215
    $500 13
This Raider declared, "They Call Me Assassin"
    $500 17
Powerful former politician seen here
(once Speaker of the House)
    $500 27
Sweet, salty, bitter & sour are the 4 types of flavor sensed by these tongue receptors

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

Mike Rachael Brad
$700 $700 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Rachael Brad
$1,500 $3,000 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Oh boy!)
(Alex: You have to identify the state.)
    $200 23
This prince's efforts led to the development of the Caravel, a sailing ship
    $200 8
When this series debuted in 1978 drivers on it included John Burns, Bobby Wheeler & Alex Rieger
    $200 20
Nebulae named for birds include this one in Ursa Major, sadly not found near the Pussycat Nebula
    $200 6
1 of the 2 official languages of Greenland
    $200 13
George Pataki
    $200 1
Candy seen here
(a favorite in theatres)
    $400 24
In 1917 3 children tending sheep had a vision of the Virgin Mary in this town, now a place of pilgrimage
    $400 9
Jose Feliciano sang the theme to this sitcom
    $400 21
It's one of the largest dark clouds in the Milky Way -- put that in yours & smoke it
    $400 7
2 of the 3 U.S. presidents in the 20th century named William
    $400 14
Christine Todd Whitman
    $400 2
Her dad George works for Spacely Sprockets
    $600 25
This river flows into the ocean at Lisbon
    $600 10
This character's father, Frank DeFazio, owned the Pizza Bowl & Cowboy Bill's
    $600 28
You'll find the Sagittarian Nebula named for this Greek letter in the last place you look
    $600 18
This W.C. Handy blues began as a Tennessee campaign song titled "Mr. Crump"
    $600 15
Frank Keating
    $600 3
Joel 3 says the valley of Jehoshaphat was a place of this
    DD: $1,000 26
In 1499 King Manuel gave him the title Admiral of the Indian Sea
    $800 11
He starred as ballplayer Jim Barton in "Ball Four", the short-lived 1976 sitcom he created
    DD: $400 29
This supernova remnant bears the name of a crustacean
    $800 19
Of the numbers 0 through 9, the one that would be listed first alphabetically
    $800 16
Tommy Thompson
    $800 4
In the '50s this Georgia-born artist was heavily into American flags & targets
    $1000 27
Seen here, this dictator called his government the Estado Novo ("New State")
    $1000 12
First name shared by Raj & Rerun's buddy & Ann Romano's superintendent, Schneider
    $1000 30
This nebula with a Wagnerian name is a planetary nebula, meaning it used to be a red giant star
    $1000 22
After Paris, this capital city of the Congo has the most French speakers of any city in the world
    $1000 17
John Engler
    $1000 5
The fact the Spanish cut off this British shipmaster's ear started a war in 1739

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Rachael Brad
$5,300 $3,400 $2,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

After his death in 1994 at age 81, Time magazine put him on its cover for a record 55th time

Final scores:

Mike Rachael Brad
$6,801 $1,400 $2
2-day champion: $14,402 2nd place: Trip to Miami courtesy of Yahoo! Travel 3rd place: Wall Street Creations Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mike Rachael Brad
$5,300 $3,400 $4,200
17 R,
3 W
11 R,
2 W
11 R,
6 W
(including 3 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $12,900

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Game tape date: 2000-11-08
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