Show #3393 - Wednesday, May 12, 1999

1999 College Championship semifinal game 3.
From the Rosemont Theatre in Rosemont, Illinois.


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Cameron Blakemore, a junior at Oklahoma State University from Shawnee, Oklahoma

Katie King, a junior at the University of Kentucky from Charleston, West Virginia

Veronica Lee, a junior at the University of Oregon from Eugene, Oregon

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
In 1997 a Houston airport was renamed in honor of this recent president
    $100 30
In dessert:
Burton Baskin &...
    $100 28
This Chicago native worked as a DJ in Vietnam & a weatherman in Nashville before hosting "Wheel of Fortune"
    $100 7
"Where The Streets Have No Name",
"With Or Without You"
    $100 27
On your phone & in conversation, these numbers mean information
    $100 1
It can be a gamble to hang the well-known image of dogs playing this card game
    $200 10
Nearly 91 when he died the same day as Thomas Jefferson, he was the longest-lived president
    $200 29
In tools:
Duncan Black &...
    $200 18
In the film "Animal House", this Chicago native played wild & crazy "Bluto" Blutarsky
    $200 6
    $200 26
To Grandpa it meant he'd stirred up & fed a fire; to his grandson it means happy or excited
    $200 2
The Mitchell, South Dakota "palace" seen here is built of & named for this cereal grain
    DD: $800 21
It was the last name of the 17th & 36th presidents
    $300 11
In a brokerage:
William Paine &...
    $300 12
Tarzan was the most famous creation of this Chicago-born writer
    $300 5
"Building A Mystery"
    $300 15
This brand name means to eat voraciously, or to vacuum
    $300 3
The work of "Artists Barely in Control of the Brush" is seen at Boston's MOBA, museum of this art
    $400 22
For helping to end the Russo-Japanese War, he was awarded the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize
    $400 19
In paint:
Henry Sherwin &...
    $400 16
On the big screen, this Chicagoan has played Rick Deckard, Jack Ryan & Han Solo
    $400 4
"Doo Wop (That Thing)"
    $400 13
A sports team member who sees many women at once fits 2 definitions of this word
    $400 24
Julian Schnabel won acclaim & abuse with his 1979 paintings that featured this tableware, broken in pieces
    $500 23
In the campaign slogan "Tippecanoe and Tyler Too", he's Tippecanoe
    $500 20
In paper products:
John Kimberly &...
    $500 17
You're keeping up with the Joneses if you name this producer of "Thriller" who was born in Chicago in 1933
    $500 8
"How's It Going to Be",
"Semi-Charmed Life"
    $500 14
"What An Appealing Young Lady" can be translated to this title of a 1999 movie
    $500 25
Tattooed showman The Enigma had tiny versions of these embedded in his skull, perhaps for a Satanic look

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

Veronica Katie Cameron
$700 $1,400 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Veronica Katie Cameron
$1,300 $4,700 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will be the first name that corresponds to one of the 12 tribes of Israel.)
    $200 11
About two-thirds of this U.K. country's area is in its highlands & islands
    $200 2
This best-known Greek cheese, from the milk of sheep & goats, has been made for thousands of years
    $200 1
Sancocho, a stew made with 5 to 7 meats, is a specialty of this country, Haiti's next-door neighbor
    $200 6
Football great Dierdorf
    $200 30
Henry I's famous father was this conqueror who reigned from 1066 to 1087
    $200 17
Settlers began living in this section of New Orleans in the early 18th century
    $400 12
When Sudan takes you to a place by this river, you can sit by the Blue or White one
    $400 3
98% of Greece's population belongs to this church
    $400 18
Don't worry if you see this word on a Barbados menu: it refers to a fish, not the star of "Flipper"
    $400 7
"Law & Order" actor Bratt
    $400 5
Pope Leo X named Henry VIII "Defender of the Faith" for his written attack on this German Protestant leader
    $400 16
In a French restaurant, they're called pommes frites
    $600 21
Pier 21, considered "Canada's Ellis Island", is in this Nova Scotia city
    $600 19
Greek cafe music features a lute called a bouzouki & this woodwind, the klarino
    $600 29
If you order "mountain chicken" in Dominica, you won't get chicken but one of these amphibians
    $600 9
Jeans maker Strauss
    $600 26
King Henry III extensively rebuilt this abbey where he had been formally crowned in 1220
    $600 13
In France this musical instrument is called "cor d' harmonie"
    $800 22
Tea & coconuts are top products of this country, the "Pearl of the Indian Ocean"
    $800 4
Crowds flock to Dodona, Philippi & Thassos to see festivals of this art performed in ancient venues
    $800 24
Adventurous eaters in Grenada may dine on this burrowing mammal (it's best to remove the armor first)
    $800 8
Novelist Heller
    $800 27
Victory at Agincourt in 1415 earned this king a visit from the Holy Roman Emperor
    $800 14
It was waged in North America from 1754 to 1763
    DD: $1,500 23
In 1991 the Yanomami tribe in this country was awarded a reserve 3 times the size of Belgium
    $1000 20
Patricia Storace titled her 1996 book on travels in Greece "Dinner with" this goddess of the underworld
    $1000 25
Puerto Ricans love to drink the juice of this fruit they call parcha -- maybe it makes them feel "amorous"
    $1000 10
Explorer Pike
    DD: $1,500 28
These 2 warring royal houses were united in 1486 when Henry VII married Elizabeth, the daughter of Edward IV
    $1000 15
They're formed by folding back & fastening a wide band at the end of a sleeve

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Veronica Katie Cameron
$1,500 $9,200 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This book begins, "All states and dominions which hold or have held mankind are either republics or monarchies"

Final scores:

Veronica Katie Cameron
$1 $11,201 $100
3rd place: $5,000 Finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Veronica Katie Cameron
$1,500 $10,200 $7,100
8 R,
2 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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