Suggest correction - #3680 - 2000-09-08

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    $200 5
They're the 2 people portrayed in maestas & pietas

Show #3680 - Friday, September 8, 2000


Carol Vincent, a stockbroker from Onley, Virginia

Patrick Burns, a medical document courier from Pawtucket, Rhode Island

Michel Phillips, a lawyer from Smyrna, Georgia (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $22,501)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
Not surprisingly it's Nevada's state metal
    $100 26
With over 25 million sold, 1 in every 11 Americans has this 1982 Michael Jackson album
    $100 1
In the land of Oz, the Cowardly Lion was seeking this; some nerve!
    $100 6
The butcher...
the candlestick-maker
    $100 7
Hideo Shima, put in charge of planning the Tokyo-Osaka line in 1958, wanted it done by this 1964 event, & it was
    $100 10
To live this way is to have enough money or food for daily needs
    $200 18
While the peach is Georgia's state fruit, this is Georgia's state crop
    $200 27
This group's "1962-1966" album has sold 13 million copies, its "1967-1970" album, 14 million
    $200 2
It's the city that's home to the NFL's Lions
    $200 20
    $200 8
In the famous August 28, 1830 race between Peter Cooper's Tom Thumb & one of these, Tom lost
    $200 12
It's the film technique seen here
    $300 19
This blue-green stone is the state gem of Arizona & New Mexico
    $300 28
At 10 million, the top-selling "Unplugged" album is this guitarist's
    $300 3
In an Aesop fable, he talks a lion out of eating him & later repays the favor
    $300 21
    $300 9
In 1880 he set up his own U.S. town to build his luxury dining & sleeping cars
    $300 13
Fanciful facial feature fortuously featured for you here
    $400 24
Oh, deer!
This is Alaska's state land mammal
    $400 29
His 1993 "Doggystyle" has been scooped up by 4 million buyers
    $400 4
A crowned lion is depicted on this "cross", the highest award for valor in the British Armed Forces
    $400 22
    DD: $500 11
A whiskey & beer drink, or what Richard Trevithick had to be to make the first locomotive
    $400 14
Some are secret,
some are golden
    $500 25
Florida's official one of these insects is the zebra longwing
    $500 30
She's the only woman in country music to have 2 albums sell over 10 million copies each
    $500 5
This mythic beast had the head & wings of an eagle & the body of a lion
    $500 23
    $500 16
In 1903 this long line opened using the gauge George Whistler chose earlier for Russia's first main route
    $500 15
It's the "mittened" way to say intimately associated

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

Michel Patrick Carol
$700 $800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michel Patrick Carol
$2,400 $700 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
As First Lady, she hosted several state functions in New York & Philadelphia, but not in D.C.
    $200 11
This 1990 film is one of the few kids' pictures about sewer-dwelling reptiles
    $200 23
Churchill, Manitoba, on Hudson Bay, is "The World Capital" for seeing these white predators
    $200 18
Arabic for "handsome", it's the first name of the NBA's MVP in 2000
    $200 5
They're the 2 people portrayed in maestas & pietas
    $200 13
A wheel shaft
    $400 4
This Utah Republican is chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee
    $400 12
The 1937 film about this title "boy" was Sabu's film debut
    $400 26
More than half the province's people live in this city known as "The Peg"
    $400 19
Tom & Dick might know this name comes from a Teutonic word meaning "home ruler"
    $400 6
This dynastic word is applied to Chinese art, especially porcelains, from the mid-14th to the mid-17th centuries
    $400 14
A proposition presumed to be true
    DD: $1,700 3
In 1870 this New York Tribune publisher helped found Union Colony, Colorado, later renamed for him
    $600 24
Frankie Muniz of "Malcolm in the Middle" starred in this weepie about a Southern boy & his pet
    $600 28
The "Golden Boy" statue atop the legislature holds a lit torch & a sheaf of this
    DD: $1,000 20
A golf "Player" & an Indiana city both bear this name from the Welsh for "gentle"
    $600 7
Protective, transparent, resinous liquids that dry to a shiny surface, they sound a bit like Kobe's team
    $600 15
Slang for a rock guitarist or a jazz saxophonist
    $800 2
His NYC art gallery, 291, was the first in the U.S. to exhibit such European artists as Matisse & Picasso
    $800 25
[Jack Lemmon speaking] I won the Best Actor Oscar for playing a nostalgic businessman in this 1973 movie
    $800 29
On Manitoba's coat of arms, a beaver represents this trade, the area's economic mainstay until the 19th century
    $800 21
It's the English form of the Latin name Iacomus & the Hebrew name Jacob
    $800 9
You're on a roll if you know in Japan makemono are horizontal paintings done on these & kakemono are vertical ones
    $800 16
Roman peace
    $1000 1
(Former President Jimmy Carter speaks from the Carter Center in Atlanta.) While I was in the U.S. Navy, I worked closely with this admiral, the "Father of the Atomic Submarine"
    $1000 27
"Il Gattopardo" is the Italian title of this film starring Burt Lancaster as an aging prince
    $1000 30
Canada's equivalent of Pennsylvania, Manitoba is called this for its place in the "arch" of provinces
    $1000 22
Meaning "garden" in Hebrew, this first name derives from a mountain in Israel that's home to Christian monasteries
    $1000 10
Exposure to air chemicals can cause the green stuff known by this term to appear on your bronzes
    $1000 17
The upper part of a torso

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michel Patrick Carol
$8,600 -$600 $2,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

The monument on his grave in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, N.Y. is 12' high; in water depth that's 2 fathoms

Final scores:

Michel Patrick Carol
$11,500 -$600 $800
3-day champion: $34,001 3rd place: Gift Certificate 2nd place: 7-day Ireland Walking Trip from Cross Country International

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Michel Patrick Carol
$8,600 $700 $3,300
23 R,
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,600

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