Show #3169 - Thursday, May 14, 1998

1998 College Championship final game 1.
From Zellerbach Auditorium at the University of California-Berkeley.


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Andrew Hutchings, a senior at Harvey Mudd College from Tucson, Arizona

Shane Underwood, a junior at the University of Alabama from Summerdale, Alabama

Alex Weathers, a sophomore at MIT from Greenville, South Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In 1964 he became the first black American to be named Time's "Man of the Year"
    $100 26
Charles Schulz' work has been issued in Japan as "Wakkateruno Charlie Brown" & "Soratobu" this dog
    $100 21
Daphne Moon is the woman Niles Crane moons over on this sitcom
    $100 11
While everything is really big in Texas, this state still beats it in total area
    $100 16
In 1723, 120 years before Christmas cards, decorated writing paper was sold for lovers to use on this holiday
    $100 1
This summer I might try to hike this scenic trail that runs about 2,100 miles from Maine to Georgia
    $200 7
Pop star-turned-sitcom ("Moesha") star seen here
    $200 27
English readers & Disney viewers know Hugo's "Notre-Dame de Paris" by this title
    $200 22
She's the middle of the 3 "Simpsons" kids
    $200 12
The largest predatory fish, this shark averages 1100-1700 pounds & has some set of jaws
    $200 17
You could also call it Woodchuck Day
    $200 2
Before my job interview, I'd better polish up & type up this document, from the French for "summarize"
    $300 8
He served 24 years on the Supreme Court before retiring in 1991
    $300 28
The scriptures of this religion were translated from gold plates by Joseph Smith
    $300 23
Calista Flockhart's quirky attorney character who's been known to dance with a baby
    $300 13
An integral part of a carillon, they may be over 10 feet wide & weigh 20 short tons
    $300 18
In 1953 the folks in Emporia, Kansas renamed Armistice Day this; a year later Congress made it official
    $300 3
I'm working on Dad's old Saab so I can drive it, & I just learned it's a car from this country
    $400 9
Seen here, he's now in his 17th year with a hit TV series ("60 Minutes")
    $400 29
This romantic poet who died at 25 wrote a sonnet praising George Chapman's Homer translation
    $400 24
Rachel Blanchard as Cher is the way cool trendsetter at Bronson Alcott High on this comedy
    $400 14
Spain's "El Gordo" is the richest prize offered by one of these in the world; in 1997 it reached $261 million
    $400 19
A bill signed in 1968 made it a federal public holiday on the second Monday in October
    $400 4
With classes in this field next term, on the break I'm reading books by Meisner & Stanislavsky
    DD: $1,000 10
This author traced his "Roots" back several generations to an African called "Kinte"
    $500 30
Andre Brink, one of this country's finest novelists, has translated Lewis Carroll into Afrikaans
    $500 25
Jim Bakker's ex-wife Tammy Faye showed up on "The Drew Carey Show" as this character's mother
    $500 15
With a net capacity of 1,380 MW, the single largest one of these is the Ignalina station in Lithuania
    $500 20
Matthew Maguire, a machinist, & Peter J. McGuire, a union founder, are credited with creating this holiday
    $500 5
Let's go! I'm heading to this popular spring break city in Florida that's home to "Bike Week"

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

Alex Shane Andrew
$700 $2,900 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Shane Andrew
$2,400 $3,800 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex Trebek: You identify the work for us.)
(Alex Trebek: We have a lot of those in Georgia!)
    $200 6
Mr. Fezziwig,
Bob Cratchit
    $200 18
What's up Doc? The bestselling postage stamp of 1997 featured this cartoon character
    $200 1
Considered your largest organ, it's waterproof, somewhat stretchy & covers you from head to toe
    $200 10
A major reason for his invasion of Persia in 334 B.C. was to cover the debt left by his father, Philip II
    $200 15
In 1998, after 27 years in the "Monday Night Football" booth, he gave up his seat to Boomer Esiason
    $200 17
This subspecies of the peach has been called a peach without fuzz
    $400 7
Master Charles Bates,
Mr. Bumble,
Bill Sikes
    $400 23
The stamp seen here, part of the "Celebrate the Century" series, honors the creation of this (4 down, for example) in 1913
    $400 2
Remember, it's in this largest part of the brain that learning & remembering take place
    $400 11
At least a dozen of this Babylonian king's 282 laws dealt with wages & fee rates
    $400 16
This Cubs broadcaster, who took millions of fans out to the ballgame, died in 1998
    $400 27
Duo heard here:
("Shake Your Groove Thing")
    $600 8
Monsieur the Marquis,
Charles Darnay,
Lucie Manette
    $600 24
The first U.S. stamp bore portraits of George Washington & this first postmaster general
    $600 3
Put your hand on your hip & you can feel your ilium, part of this bony structure from the Greek for "bowl"
    $600 12
This Cretan civilization dominated the Aegean world until about 1450 B.C.
    $600 19
Bob Griese was in the broadcast booth as son Brian led this team to victory in the 1998 Rose Bowl
    $600 28
It's the dessert created & named for an opera singer
    $800 9
Mr. Creakle,
Mr. Micawber
    $800 25
This painter was pictured on a 1940 stamp; his mother would have approved
    $800 4
No joke, it's the part of the body that contains vitreous humor & aqueous humor
    $800 13
Henry II, who succeeded Stephen as king of England in 1154, was the first monarch from this "house"
    $800 20
L.A. Laker announcer Chick Hearn coined this 2-word term for a shot taken from above the rim
    $800 29
Paul Terry was the title character in this 1996 movie about a boy and a piece of fruit
    DD: $1,400 22
Dick Swiveller,
Kit Nubbles,
Little Nell Trent
    $1000 26
Jackie Robinson & this "King of Ragtime" have been featured on "Black Heritage" issues
    $1000 5
Well-utilized by Elvis Presley, the levator labii superioris alaeque nasi is the muscle that curls this
    DD: $1,200 14
The statue of him, a wonder of the ancient world, marked the site of the original Olympic games
    $1000 21
Now broadcast partners, Mary Carillo & John McEnroe won this event together at the 1977 French Open
    $1000 30
In this poem, T.S. Eliot asked, "Do I dare to eat a peach?"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Shane Andrew
$7,400 $9,600 $4,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

A 17th C. sermon on the book of Judges led to this group's name being applied to uneducated townspeople

Final scores:

Alex Shane Andrew
$13,400 $2,500 $8,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alex Shane Andrew
$7,400 $8,900 $5,400
18 R,
2 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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