Show #4136 - Monday, September 2, 2002

First game of Season 19.

Contestants

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Connie Campbell, a costume designer and historian originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming

Rev. Ricky Hoyt, a minister from Burbank, California

David Bitkower, a judicial law clerk from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE WAR YEARS
(Alex: We want you to identify the war.)
MUSEUMS
LITERARY LINGO
"S"PORTS
HOMEMAKING
-O-O-O- YES!
(Alex: Each correct response in that category will have 3 "O"s in it.)
    $200 1
1861-1865
    $200 2
Elvis-a-Rama, just off the strip in this city is said to have $5 million worth of Elvis memorabilia on display
    $200 11
From the Greek for "to sing", Keats wrote several including one "On Melancholy"
    $200 21
In declaring the winner in tennis, it traditionally comes between "game" & "match"
    $200 25
Camphor is used to make plastics, but it's also a common repellent for these clothes-munchers
    $200 16
At this game's start, each player gets $1,500
    $400 3
1914-1918
    $400 7
Bertramka Villa in Prague, a museum devoted to this "Don Giovanni" composer, has his harpsichord in display
    $400 12
The term "stream of" this first appeared in William James' 1890 textbook "The Principles of Psychology"
    $400 22
(Sofia of the Clue Crew delivers the clue... and a perfect shot!) Five-letter term that describes the perfection of the shot seen here... (I won't tell you what number take this is)
    $400 26
If you're washing greasy dishes, use cold water as you run this device
    $400 17
This son of Bathsheba was noted for a meeting with the Queen of Sheba
    $600 4
In North America,
1754-1763
    DD: $1,000 8
The museum devoted to this pop artist is in Pittsburgh, where he went to college
    $600 13
In the Petrarchian type of these, an octave is followed by a stanza of 6 lines
    $600 23
In football only the defense can score one of these
    $600 27
When I sweep these "hare-y" items out from under the bed, they're not nearly as cute as Chuck Jones' Bugs
    $600 18
In October 1973 this show debuted with Tom Snyder as its host
    $800 5
264-241 B.C.
    $800 9
The Beachside branch of this Ca. museum endowed by an oil tycoon is modeled on the Villa Dei Papiri of ancient Rome
    $800 14
This adjective describes a genre of Spanish prose that depicts the adventures of roguish heroes
    $800 24
Bobby Hull & Al MacInnis are among NHL players famous for this powerful type of shot
    $800 28
Properly speaking, a piece of carpet that isn't wall-to-wall is called this, also a slang term for a toupee
    $800 19
The city of Perm in Russia used to be caled this, also the name of an infamous cocktail
    $1000 6
1701-1714,
over a throne
    $1000 10
Behind St. Augustine's church in Waikiki, there's a small museum devoted to this Belgian priest's life
    $1000 15
A poem or ballad, like Walter Scott's "Of the Last Minstrel"
    $1000 30
This term used in downhill skiing also means water skiing on a single ski
    $1000 29
Use this pad of metal shavings to clean up your kids' scuffs & your great-aunt's cigarette burns
    $1000 20
This decorative style originated in France in the early 18th century

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

David Ricky Connie
$1,800 $3,200 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Ricky Connie
$2,600 $6,600 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOOKSTORES
EYE ON ASIA
SONGS FROM MUSICALS
(Alex: You have to identify the musical.)
WORLD ART
"Y" ME?
WE GOTTA BLAME SOMEBODY
    $400 1
Blackwell's, in this British university city since 1870, has a 10,000-square-foot room of books
    $400 11
On Dec. 13, 1937 Japan took over the city of Nanking in this Asian country after heavy fighting
    $400 2
"I Could Have Danced All Night"
    $400 12
Delacroix' tour of this continent in the 1830s resulted in painting like "Fanatics of Tangier"
    $400 18
It's the river that runs through Wuhan & Hubei
    $400 23
In a famous novel, he takes the blame when Becky Thatcher tears the schoolmaster's book
    $800 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands among the stacks.) I'm at City Lights, an important publisher as well as a groovy bookstore in this city
    $800 15
Asian action star Zhou Run Fa is better known by this name in the West
    $800 3
"I Feel Pretty"
    $800 13
M's that apply to 20th C. painter David Siqueiros include Marxist, muralist & this nationality
    $800 19
A 1995 Newsweek article advised this Russian to "check into the Betski Ford Clinic"
    $800 24
The population decline & extinction of the Tasmanian wolf is largely blamed on this wild canine
    $1200 8
Kramerbooks, in this city's Dupont Circle, was one of the USA's first of the now common
bookstore/cafes
    $1200 28
This important Asian political & business "association" is abbreviated ASEAN
    $1200 4
"I Whistle A Happy Tune"
    $1200 14
"Spring Ice" is a work by Tom Thomson, a landscapist in this country's Algonquin Park
    $1200 20
This keyboardist's album "Live At the Acropolis" hit No. 5 on the charts
    $1200 25
In a 1963 hit song, Edie Gorme wanted to "Blame It On" this Latin American Dance
    $1600 9
Books of Wonder, an independent store, was the model for Meg Ryan's shop in this 1998 movie
    $1600 29
Keep "tabs" on this south Asian percussion instrument heard here
    $1600 5
"I Enjoy Being A Girl"
    $1600 16
In 1911 Kandinsky & Franz Marc formed Germany's Blaue Reiter group, named for their love of blue & of these animals
    DD: $6,000 21
The title of an Al Jolson song, it was also Al's prophetic 5-word ad lib in 1927's "The Jazz Singer"
    $1600 26
Some blamed this President's death on an Indian curse put on him because of the Battle of Tippecanoe
    $2000 10
This Paris bookstore run by Sylvia Beach was the first publisher of Joyce's "Ulysses"
    $2000 30
Built in Asia in the 1930s as a military supply route, this "Road" stretches from Kunming to Lashio
    $2000 6
"I Hope I Get It"
    $2000 17
This Swiss sculptor known for lonely, elongated figures designed a set for "Waiting For Godot"
    $2000 22
This Irish poet's epitaph reads, "Cast a cold eye on life, on death, horseman, pass by"
    DD: $2,000 27
Later PM, as First Lord of the Admiralty he took the blame for the disasterous Gallipoli invasion

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Ricky Connie
$10,600 $15,000 $9,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

STATUES
On May 8, 2002 the city of Minneapolis placed a statue of this fictional character at the corner of 7th St. & Nicollet Mall

Final scores:

David Ricky Connie
$1,599 $5,000 $19,599
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $19,599

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Ricky Connie
$16,600 $14,600 $9,800
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $41,000

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