Show #3310 - Friday, January 15, 1999

Contestants

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Jennifer Hawthorne, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Kip Thompson, a fourth-year medical student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Kristine Bachand, a permit coordinator from Portland, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA
TV NOSTALGIA
IT'S JASON'S BAR MITZVAH
PANDA-MONIUM
FIRST NAMES
WORDS WITHIN WORDS
(Alex: To help you, the correct response will be a word that is found within one of the words in the clue.)
    $100 2
He graduated from West Point in 1915 as a second lieutenant; in 1945 he was chief of staff of the U.S. Army
    $100 1
The Hugh O'Brian series about this legendary lawman climaxed with the gunfight at the O.K. Corral
    $100 17
Like most of his peers, Jason has his bar mitzvah on this day of the week
    $100 12
This name means "a strong ruler", like the Lion-Hearted
    $100 7
State of a rubber raft before it's inflated
    $200 3
He brought the Treaty of Versailles back to the U.S. where the Senate rejected it
    $200 22
On this classic game show, a toy duck dropped down when a guest said the secret word
    $200 18
Jason was jealous when twin sister Jennifer had this equivalent ceremony at age 12
    $200 27
Because they can't digest cellulose, pandas may eat 90 pounds a day of the shoots of this plant
    $200 13
This Biblical name might mean "rest", perhaps after a flood
    $200 8
Durer used his imagination to paint these 3 men
    DD: $500 4
(Hi, I'm Mitzi Kapture of Baywatch.) I grew up in Yorba Linda, California, like this president
    $300 23
"The Lawyers" episodes of "The Bold Ones" starred this Big Daddy of "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof" fame
    $300 19
This synagogue employee, also called a hazan, taught Jason how to chant his Torah portion
    $300 24
It's the usual color of a giant panda's ears
    $300 14
Beautiful, like Ronstadt's voice
    $300 9
The president has to know who's on his
    $400 5
This "Big Bill" bellied up to the White House buffet 80 years before Clinton
    $400 20
Jason's guests may dance to this type of Jewish folk music, from Hebrew for "musical instruments"
    $400 25
It's the usual term for a panda's young, rarely seen in captivity
    $400 15
Headgear for Herr Kohl
    $400 10
In Roget's, this 4-letter word is in the same category as designation
    $500 6
The last president who never flew in an airplane, he took office in 1923
    $500 21
Jason settled for his parents' temple but wanted to celebrate at this site on the Temple Mount
    $500 26
The red panda belongs to the family named for these animals for which it resembles
    $500 16
It's Natalie in Russian
    $500 11
In Roget's, this 4-letter insect isn't in the same category as designation

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

Kristine Kip Jennifer
-$200 $300 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristine Kip Jennifer
-$300 $700 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL MONUMENTS
NAMES BY THE NUMBER
FROM BOOK TO SCREEN
THE "EX" FILES
SECTS
VIOLINS
    $200 6
California's Muir Woods National Monument is known for its stand of this tree, Sequoia sempervirens
    $200 11
Dopey, Sleepy, Doc, Bashful, Happy, Sneezy & Grumpy
    $200 17
Based on a novel by Anna Quindlen, "One True Thing" stars this actress as a cancer-stricken mother
    $200 1
I've told you a billion times, it's overstatement for effect
    $200 16
Members of this Christian sect founded by Charles Taze Russell often go door to door to preach the faith
    $200 30
From the name of the Roman goddess Vitula, it's what y'all might call a violin down in Nashville
    $400 7
Ocmulgee National Monument at Macon in this state preserves some prehistoric & historic Indian villages
    $400 12
Moe Howard, Larry Fine & Curly Howard
    $400 18
This 1998 Robin Williams tearjerker is based on a 1978 novel by Richard Matheson
    $400 2
After Arthur's last battle, this weapon is returned to the Lady of the Lake
    $400 21
The musical "Hair" features a mantric chant of this Hindu sect founded in the U.S. in 1966
    $400 28
The first of these highly prized violins was created in Italy in 1666
    $600 8
During the Civil War, this Baltimore fort was used as a federal prison
    $600 13
The Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Quirinal, Viminal & Palatine
    DD: $2,000 19
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
"(Hi, I'm Jane Leeves) I provided the voice of a ladybug in the movie "James And The Giant Peach", based on a book by this author
    $600 3
It's not physical activity for evil spirits, to do this is to ritually expel them
    $600 22
From the Hebrew for "pious", this joyous Jewish mystical sect was founded in eastern Europe in the 18th century
    $600 25
This style of violin playing refers to plucking the strings with your fingers
    $800 9
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is the largest of the 13 national monuments in this SW state
    $800 14
Wang Hong-Wen, Zhang Chunqiao, Yao Wen-Yuan & Jiang Qing
    $800 20
In a 1998 adaptation of "Les Miserables", Geoffrey Rush's Javert pursues this man, played by Liam Neeson
    $800 4
Jean-Paul Sartre gave this term general usage by using it to describe his own philosophy
    DD: $2,000 23
This sect takes its name from Haile Selassie's "prince"ly name
    $800 27
This Paris-born violinist helped popularize the European style of "Le Jazz Hot"
    $1000 10
The gypsum sand in this New Mexico national monument comes from the mountains flanking the valley
    $1000 15
British TV comedians Corbett & Barker
    $1000 29
1998's "Simon Birch" was a loose adaptation of this author's "A Prayer For Owen Meany"
    $1000 5
Crunch! It's the scientific term for the hard outer shell of an insect or crustacean
    $1000 24
The remains of a large community believed to be of this sect are at Qumran on the shore of the Dead Sea
    $1000 26
Born in Genoa in 1782, this virtuoso played so well listeners thought he was in league with the devil

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristine Kip Jennifer
$4,500 $4,300 $7,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS ARTISTS
In 1909 he exhibited a group of his paintings entitled "Nympheas: Series de paysages d'eau"

Final scores:

Kristine Kip Jennifer
$1,199 $6,600 $9,001
3rd place: Flight over Southern California on the Goodyear Airship Eagle 2nd place: Collette Tours Trip to Hawaii New champion: $9,001

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kristine Kip Jennifer
$3,100 $4,300 $7,100
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,500

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