Show #3898 - Wednesday, July 11, 2001

Contestants

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Downey Meyer, a middle school science teacher from Lyme, New Hampshire

Melissa Abrahams, an interlibrary loan assistant from Sylmar, California

Michael Hall, a graduate student originally from Irwin, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

AFRICANA
BIBLICAL CRIME BLOTTER
ARCHITECTS
SELLERS
THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED
(Alex: You have to name the musician)
"LAP" DANCE
    $100 11
The southern part of Africa is often called "Sub-" this 3 1/2-million-square-mile area
    $100 1
This woman is wanted in connection with stolen hair & the kidnapping of her boyfriend by Philistines
    $100 10
In 1805 Charles Bulfinch enlarged this city's Faneuil Hall
    $100 25
Founded in 1957, Dialamerica, Inc. is the USA's largest private company in this type of marketing
    $100 6
August 16, 1977 in Memphis, Tennessee
    $100 20
It's the continuation of the suit coat's collar
    $200 12
The country's name is properly pronounced "Luh-Soo-Too", but is spelled this way
    $200 2
Wanted in the case of fruit missing from the forbidden tree, this animal is considered long & dangerous
    $200 16
Canberra designer Walter Burley Griffin served as this American architect's assistant from 1901 to 1906
    $200 26
Harry Bogen is the dressmaker hero of the musical "I Can Get It for You" this way
    $200 7
December 8, 1980 in New York City
    $200 21
A region of northern Scandinavia or Russia
    $300 13
In 2000 Durban in this country hosted the 13th International AIDS Conference & the first held on the continent
    $300 3
This Egyptian crime boss is wanted in connection with ordering the death of all male Jewish children
    $300 17
Richard Hunt, the first American to attend the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, designed this statue's stone-&-concrete pedestal
    $300 27
[Hi, I'm Jeff Bezos, founder & CEO of Amazon.com] It's estimated that 60% of net shoppers flag an average of 7 sites with one of these, also used in products we sell
    $300 8
September 18, 1970 in London
    $300 22
The type of filmmaking seen here
    $400 14
A lion subspecies shares its name with these nomadic people of Tanzania & Kenya
    $400 4
Wife of Ahab, this Baal worshiper & harlot was last seen in Jezreel
    DD: $1,000 18
Cass Gilbert designed this merchant's NYC skyscraper for 270,000,000 nickels or 135,000,000 dimes
    $400 28
In 1978 Campbell Soup bought this pickle producer famous for its stork symbol
    $400 9
July 3, 1971 in Paris
    $400 23
Perry Farrell of Jane's Addiction & Porno for Pyros founded this mega-concert event
    $500 15
Meaning "guided one", it was the title of the 1880s Sudanese leader whose forces defeated General Gordon
    $500 5
Wanted for treason against King David, he's known to have killed his half-brother for raping Tamar
    $500 19
Albert Speer, who designed a stadium for this city, was convicted of war crimes in trials there
    $500 29
Strangely, this "colorful" German company sells its classic travel alarm clocks only in black & white
    $500 30
August 9, 1995 in Forest Knolls, California
    $500 24
Take your gemstones to this specialist to have them cut & polished

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

Michael Melissa Downey
$1,400 $400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Melissa Downey
$2,400 $1,500 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE KOREAN WAR
TUBE TEST
HOLD THE MAYO CLINIC
TRAIN STATIONS
MEDIEVAL MUSIC
BEFORE & AFTER
    $200 6
The first division of this U.S. fighting force spearheaded the landing at Inchon
    $200 11
David Janssen had a 4-year "run" in this series; Tim Daly hopes for at least that in the remake
    $200 26
The Mayo Clinic was started in Rochester in this state
    $200 21
In the movie "The Clock", Judy Garland finds love in this "stately" NYC station
    $200 16
In 950 this instrument in Winchester Cathedral needed 70 men to work the bellows
    $200 1
Singer of "My Cherie Amour" whose secret identity is Diana Prince
    $400 7
His reaction to the North's invasion was "Dean, we've got to stop the blanks of blanks no matter what"
    $400 12
This spin-off spun off a show of its own, "Checking In", with Marla Gibbs continuing as Florence Johnston
    $400 30
In 1914 Mayo isolated the pure hormone thyroxin, made by this gland
    $400 22
St. Petersburg's Finland Station is famous as the site of this leader's return to Russia in 1917
    $400 17
The Minnesingers were this present-day country's counterpart of France's troubadours
    $400 2
Morticia gets a big wet one from Richard Dawson on this ooky game show
    $600 8
In 1950 Gen. Walton Walker, the main U.S. field commander, was killed riding in this type of vehicle
    $600 13
He provides the voice for Thurgood Stubbs on "The P.J.s"
    $600 29
In 1950 Mayo doctors Edward Kendall & Philip Hench won the Nobel Prize for their work with this steroid
    $600 23
This capital city's main train station is known as Bahnhof Zoo, & not just at rush hour
    $600 18
Guido D'Arezzo established the series of lines now called this as the basis of musical notation
    $600 3
Star of "The Exorcist" who disappears from the Maryland woods in a scary 1999 film
    $800 9
In bitter battles of 1951, Pork Chop was a hill & Heartbreak was one of these
    $800 14
"Happy Days" was spun off from a segment on this "Love"ly comedy anthology show of the '70s
    $800 28
The Mayo-Gibbon bypass machine assumes the functions of these 2 different organs
    DD: $800 24
Sherlock Holmes often left London from this station that shares its name with a battle
    DD: $2,000 19
From 590 to 604 this type of music would have gotten a Papal Choice Award
    $800 4
Louisa May Alcott & relationship guru John Gray collaborated on this book sequel
    $1000 10
The sound of a Commie submachine gun as it "belched" out bullets gave it this nickname
    $1000 15
We have to cop to the fact he created "Police Story"; "The Blue Knight" was based on one of his books
    $1000 27
In 1973 Mayo introduced to North America this scanner that uses a computer & X-rays
    $1000 25
A real depot inspired the symbol of this Wisconsin insurance company, seen here
    $1000 20
A 13th century hit tells us this "is icumen in"
    $1000 5
Dystopian Anthony Burgess novel that's a New Zealand fish

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Melissa Downey
$10,400 $1,900 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CONTEMPORARY BRITISH AUTHORS
In May 1973 Sports Illustrated ran one of his short stories under the title "A Day of Wine and Roses"

Final scores:

Michael Melissa Downey
$5,900 $250 $1
2-day champion: $18,500 2nd place: Trip to Doubletree Guest Suites (Maingate), Orlando 3rd place: Pair of bicycles from ebikes.com

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Melissa Downey
$9,200 $1,900 $6,800
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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