Show #3904 - Thursday, July 19, 2001

Contestants

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Roland Lange, a sales director from Brooklyn, New York

Lisa Carotenuto, a high school social studies teacher from Tucson, Arizona

Josh Meyer, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

BLACK IN HISTORY
MARTHA MY DEAR
BORDERLINE STATES
(Alex: We want you to name the state bordered by the states we name.)
"SWEET" SONGS
GRANDKIDS
4-LETTER WORDS
(Alex: And no connection there!)
    $100 6
They're what usually passed the Black Death from rats to humans
    $100 21
Her "Everyday" line is sold at K-Mart
    $100 16
Idaho,
Oregon
    $100 11
This Neil Diamond hit is subtitled "Good Times Never Seemed So Good"
    $100 26
During WWII this actress' grandmother, Violet Bonham Carter, was on the BBC's board of governors
    $100 1
In 1888 John Dunlop put his new pneumatic type of this on a bicycle
    $200 7
It was from the color of this that Edward of Woodstock got the nickname "The Black Prince"
    $200 22
Her father, Col. John Dandridge, was a wealthy landowner
    $200 17
Massachusetts,
New Hampshire,
New York
    $200 12
The Harlem Globetrotters use this song as a theme
    $200 27
Last name of R.J.'s grandson Patrick, who ditched the family business to lead the Foundation for a Smokefree America
    $200 2
A perpetual one was tended to by the Vestal Virgins
    $300 8
This star of "Susannah of the Mounties" was later U.S. Ambassador to Ghana
    $300 23
Backed by the Vandellas, she had hits with "Heat Wave" & "Dancing in the Street"
    $300 18
Idaho,
North Dakota,
South Dakota,
Wyoming
    $300 13
Well, I hope Neil Young will remember that Lynyrd Skynyrd replied to "Southern Man" with this song
    $300 28
World-famous grandfather of the woman seen here
    $300 3
Middle name of cowboy star Orvon Autry
    $400 9
In the War of 1812 this Sauk chief who later got his own war fought with the British against the double-dealing U.S.
    $400 24
"The Dirty Duck" & "The Case Has Altered" are mysteries by this woman
    $400 19
Arkansas,
Mississippi,
Texas
    $400 14
Sade sang, "You give me, keep giving me" this, the title of a 1985 hit
    DD: $1,000 29
Louisa Drew, known for playing Mrs. Malaprop, was the grandmother of 3 famous actors with this last name
    $400 4
Deep-bodied with flat sides & a small head, a bream is a type of this
    $500 10
The Black Dragon Society aided in Japan's seizure of this Chinese region in 1931
    $500 25
This woman depicted here by Al Hirschfeld "could have danced all night"
    $500 20
Illinois,
Iowa,
Michigan,
Minnesota
    $500 15
It's the title of a 1963 Patsy Cline song & of a 1985 film biography of Patsy Cline starring Jessica Lange
    $500 30
Last name of Erasmus, author of "Zoonomia" & "The Botanic Garden", & his grandson Charles
    $500 5
Besides the rook, the 2 other chess pieces that fit the category

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

Josh Lisa Roland
$600 $100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Lisa Roland
$1,200 $1,300 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

INVENTORS & INVENTIONS
OPEN YOUR HYMNALS
PRESIDENTIAL FACTS
20th CENTURY POETS
MOVIES OF THE "YEAR"
GETTING POSSESSIVE
    $200 16
During a return voyage to the U.S. in 1832, he came up with the idea of sending messages over wires
    $200 26
One of the original Spoonerisms was William Spooner calling this hymn "Kinquering Congs Their Titles Take"
    $200 21
Elected in 1988, he was known as the "Resume Candidate"
    $200 11
In 2000 the Librarian of Congress announced that 95-year-old Stanley Kunitz would take up this post
    $200 1
6 words: Raquel Welch in a fur bikini
    $200 6
Domesticated term for a student especially in favor with an instructor
    $400 17
Visitors to the 1889 World's Fair in Paris could see Karl Benz' display of one of the first of these
    $400 27
Hymn heard here about a good buddy
    DD: $1,600 22
Alexander Graham Bell was called in several times to use his metal detector to find the bullet in this president's body
    $400 12
Trees figured in many of his poems, like "Birches", "Dust of Snow" & "Good-Bye and Keep Cold"
    $400 2
For writer Mark Linn-Baker, the title of this 1982 comedy refers to 1954, when he chaperoned movie star Peter O'Toole
    $400 7
The style of shades looking at you here; it shares its name with a type of gem
    $600 18
Daniel Webster helped secure this man's rights to vulcanized rubber but the attorney fees cost more than his earnings
    $600 23
Later president, in 1920 he lost as a U.S. vice presidential candidate
    $600 13
You can hear Johnny Gilbert lower case his voice to read this man's work:
["The voice of your eyes is deeper than all roses; nobody, not even the rain, has such small hands"]
    $600 3
Linda Hunt played the male role of Billy Kwan in this Peter Weir film
    DD: $1,000 8
We wonder if the Medicis & the Rothschilds worked these, meaning a short day
    $800 19
Nikola Tesla won a 1916 award for meritorious achievement in electrical science named for this former employer
    $800 24
In 1919 this trustbuster's last words were "Please put out the light"
    $800 14
"For The Union Dead" is a 1964 book by this poet whose ancestors came over on the Mayflower
    $800 4
Tracy & Hepburn play columnists who fall in love in this movie, their first pairing
    $800 9
In baseball, when a batter reaches base but another runner is forced out, it's scored as this
    $1000 20
In 1856 he received a patent for a condensed milk process; the Civil War helped make his company a success
    $1000 25
Albert Fall, Herbert Hoover & Henry Wallace were all members of his cabinet
    $1000 15
In 1995 this Seamus from Ireland detected the Nobel Prize for Literature coming his way
    $1000 5
Claude Jarman, Jr. received a special Oscar for his performance in this movie about a boy & his deer
    $1000 10
Odilo of Cluny is responsible for spreading this November 2 observance throughout Catholicism

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Lisa Roland
$4,000 $2,500 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
The Prague tombstone of this German-language writer who died in 1924 is inscribed in Hebrew

Final scores:

Josh Lisa Roland
$8,000 $2 $8,000
New co-champion: $8,000 2nd place: a trip to Bal Harbour Resort, Miami New co-champion: $8,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Josh Lisa Roland
$6,200 $2,500 $4,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
2 W
15 R,
7 W

Combined Coryat: $12,700

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