Show #3414 - Thursday, June 10, 1999


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Warren Barber Kertland, a registered nurse from Vancouver, Washington

Jack Winters, a technical writer from Monrovia, California

Ryan Thiel, a sign language interpreter from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You're all too young to remember!)
    $100 1
Time magazine named this taupe-colored, blue-eyed animated baby elephant its "Mammal of the Year"
    $100 11
This letter marks the 24th spot in our alphabet
    $100 4
His trademarks were jeweled costumes & elaborately designed pianos topped by candelabra
    $100 16
The inner part of this is the basilar membrane; the outer part has the lobe
    $100 21
Drummer Andy White played on this group's U.S. release of "Love Me Do"; Ringo was heard on the British version
    $200 2
In July he was made lieutenant general & named commander in chief of all U.S. forces in the Far East
    $200 12
You can still see the wheel ruts in this pioneer trail that ran from Independence to the Willamette Valley
    $200 5
In 1989 this sitcom star was reunited with the daughter she'd given up for adoption at 18
    $200 17
From the Greek for breastbone, it's, well... the breastbone
    $200 22
He followed "The Twist" with "Let's Twist Again" & "Slow Twistin'"
    $200 29
Bradbury's stage dramas
    $300 3
In a 1941 hit song "You leave the Pennsylvania Station 'bout a quarter to four" aboard this title train
    $300 13
Of a fish, a fencing move, or a firth in Scotland, what a muskellunge is
    $300 6
In 1998 supermodel Rebecca Romijn married this former star of TV's "Full House"
    $300 18
This organ secretes glucagon as well as insulin
    $300 23
Jimmy Dean described him as 6-foot-6, "kinda broad at the shoulder and narrow at the hip"
    $300 26
Harte's wagers
    $400 9
In 1941 George Halas coached this team to a 37-9 victory over the New York Giants in the NFL title game
    $400 14
The chief northern tributary of this river is the Ubangi
    $400 7
This "Fast Car" singer honed her style on the Boston circuit while a student at Tufts University
    $400 19
The ligament holding this "cover" in place is an extension of the tendon of the thigh muscle
    $400 24
Instrument played by Stevie Wonder on his 1963 hit "Fingertips (Part 2)"
    $400 27
Mary Higgins' Biblical boats
    DD: $800 10
In May 1941 he & his comrades organized the League for the Independence of Vietnam
    $500 15
With an "I" it's a sweet herb; with an "E" it's a Swiss city
    $500 8
With Dad in tow, this young royal took in a 1997 Spice Girls concert in South Africa
    $500 20
Cindy Crawford's mole, or anybody's is a collection of cells with a high concentration of this pigment
    $500 25
In December 1963 this hit by the Singing Nun rapidly climbed the charts & remained No. 1 for the entire month
    $500 28
Stephen's violas & cellos

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Ryan Jack Warren
$1,600 -$100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Jack Warren
$4,300 $400 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

1999 U.S. STAMPS
    $200 19
A series on these of the '30s & '40s features the Daylight & the 20th Century Limited
    $200 14
Like Prometheus, Tohil brought this to mankind, but demanded human sacrifice in return
    $200 1
This film set in the Bronx featured Angie & Clara as well as the Ernest Borgnine title character
    $200 6
Different campuses of the university of this state are home to Anteaters, Banana Slugs & Golden Bears
    $200 9
To lose control of the pigskin
    $400 22
Lorenz Hart is featured alone but this man shares a stamp with Oscar Hammerstein II
    $400 15
Ah Puch gave a hoot for the dying, sending this bird to announce their impending deaths
    $400 2
1959 title character seen here:
Gee, If I had one of those boards, I could be a surfer too...
    $400 7
This word precedes the Irish of Notre Dame & the Illini of the University of Illinois
    $400 10
Proverbially, to dally in the face of a crisis is to do this "while Rome burns"
    $600 26
    $600 23
The fifth Legends of Hollywood stamp put him on the top of the envelope, Ma!
    $600 16
Tepeu & Gucumatz created the first humans from a paste made of this staple grain
    $600 3
Frank Sinatra fought a dope addiction in "The Man with" this
    $600 8
This canine represents over 30 colleges including Yale & the University of Georgia
    $600 11
If you're gonna set on the porch for a spell, you'll want to do this to shape pieces of wood
    $800 24
He's the subject of the latest Black Heritage stamp; it's worth 33 cents, not 10
    $800 17
Kinich Ahau had a day job as sun god, but at night he roamed the underworld as this jungle cat
    $800 4
In it, Marlene Dietrich says Orson Welles "was some kind of a man. What does it matter what you say about people?"
    DD: $1,000 20
The men's teams at Northland College in Wisconsin are the Lumberjacks & the women's teams are these
    $800 12
Some birds are named for the ability to do this, sing with trills & quavers
    $1000 27
    DD: $1,000 25
Author honored on the stamp seen here
(wrote "Atlas Shrugged")
    $1000 18
We don't know how old Itzamna could have pronounced his name, as he had none of these
    $1000 5
Gregory Peck fought corporate America in "The Man in" this title outfit
    $1000 21
Ohio State honors each of its All-Americans by planting one of these mascot trees in a grove
    $1000 13
From Old English for "dart", it means to move back & forth between 2 places -- perhaps Earth & space

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Jack Warren
$7,100 $4,800 $3,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1903 Morris Michtom of New York began marketing these with presidential permission

Final scores:

Ryan Jack Warren
$9,601 $1,800 $1,300
2-day champion: $22,402 2nd place: Trip to Wyndham Rose Hall Resort, Montego Bay, Jamaica 3rd place: Pair of Festina Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ryan Jack Warren
$7,700 $4,800 $3,300
27 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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