Show #3472 - Tuesday, October 12, 1999

Contestants

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Mike Garrido, an electronic commerce consultant originally from Boston, Massachusetts

Robin Jacobsen, a teacher of global studies from Farmingdale, New York

Becky Bowles, a veterinary receptionist originally from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

A LITTLE DICKENS
1999 COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS
SHAKE YOUR DJIBOUTI
FILE UNDER "C"
BUTTERFLY POTPOURRI
BEATLES LYRICS
(Alex: You have to give the song title)
    $100 1
Near the end of this novel, the protagonist sends a turkey to the Cratchits
    $100 15
Texas A&M grads got this former U.S. president telling them to "Dream Big"
    $100 6
Except for a small European population, almost all Djiboutians are followers of this religion
    $100 10
Last name of the founder of Detroit, or a car found in Detroit
    $100 5
A properly stocked first aid kit should have some of the butterfly type of these
    $100 4
"He got o-no sideboard, he one spinal cracker"
    $200 2
The trade this title character soon learns is pickpocketing
    $200 16
Hey, hey, hey! He told Colgate grads that whining won't get you your way anymore
    $200 7
Djibouti's economy is largely dependent on the railroad that links it with this Ethiopian capital
    $200 11
The Egyptians were the first civilization to switch from a lunar-based one to a solar-based one
    $200 20
Illegal logging in Mexico is endangering the lives of these "royal" butterflies that summer in Canada
    $200 13
"It always leads me here, leads me to your door"
    $300 3
All Miss Havisham's clocks are permanently stopped in this 1860 work
    $300 17
At the U. of Richmond this retired general stormed on about how character is what counts in leadership
    $300 8
This Djiboutian currency, which trades at about 170 to the U.S. dollar, is divided into 100 centimes
    $300 12
(Hi, I'm Caroline Rhea.) From the Latin for "warm", it may be a feminine symbol linked with the womb of the mother goddess, or a big iron pot
    $300 27
This "Ever After" star has a butterfly tattoo just below her navel
    $300 14
"Closer, let me whisper in your ear, say the words I love to hear"
    $400 18
The title character of this work spends his early childhood with his mother & their servant Clara Peggotty
    DD: $400 25
He told Vassar grads, "May the force be with you; hey, he could have said, "This is CNN"
    $400 9
In ancient times, Djibouti exported these 2 gum resins used in perfume that the Magi brought to the infant Jesus
    $400 23
This name in an Italian chicken dish refers to hunters, as the dish was in their style
    $400 22
"Close your eyes and I'll kiss you, tomorrow I'll miss you"
    $500 19
It's no mystery why this work was Dickens' last; he didn't live to finish it
    $500 26
This "China Girl" singer joked at a music school, "How does a tuba player answer the telephone? Hello, Domino's"
    $500 24
The war helmet of these Native Americans was a bison scalp complete with horns
    $500 21
"Love, love, love,
love, love, love,
love, love, love"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Becky Robin Mike
$800 $500 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Becky Robin Mike
$700 $1,300 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
5 MOVIES
McPEOPLE
NATO
INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE
FRUIT IN LATIN
    $200 11
Lawrence first visited the Middle East in 1909 to research a college paper on the castles of these soldiers
    $200 5
This 1980 comedy starred Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin & Dolly Parton as office workers
    $200 16
This member of the 1984 U.S. Olympic baseball team hit a record number of homers in 1998
    $200 21
In 1966 this president pulled France's troops out of NATO's military command
    $200 28
The most famous structure designed by George Dance the Younger was this city's Newgate Prison
    $200 6
I cannot tell a lie, this fruit is cerasus
    $400 12
Lawrence campaigned for Arab independence at the post-WWI peace conference of this city
    $400 4
The title of this 1970 Jack Nicholson film refers to musical compositions, not toast
    $400 17
He's shown here during his heyday in the national scene
    $400 25
In 1979 NATO agreed to place these in Europe, though the Dutch balked until 1985
    $400 7
This fruit is palmula in Latin; the palm in its name should give you a clue
    $600 13
Lawrence owned 7 of these machines built by George Brough; he died after crashing one
    $600 3
George Roy Hill directed the 1972 film adaptation of this Kurt Vonnegut war novel
    $600 18
She won an Emmy in 1987 for her role in "The Golden Girls"
    $600 27
Its initials tell you NATO is an "organization" formed by this "N.A.T.", signed April 4, 1949
    $600 8
The olea, it's famous for its oleum, "oil"
    DD: $300 14
After 1923 Lawrence used this surname as an alias; it was also the surname of his friend the noted playwright
    $800 2
The title of a 1982 Cher film asks Jimmy Dean to "come back to" this place
    $800 19
As the Civil War began, he was the model of a modern major general -- of the Ohio Volunteers
    $800 26
To oppose NATO, in 1955 Communist nations formed the pact named for this city
    $800 23
Popular in the 1300s, Rayonnant, which features radiating lines of tracery, is a French form of this style
    $800 9
A malum is one of these & it may be of your oculus
    $1000 15
After losing the manuscript of this wartime memoir, Lawrence rewrote it from memory
    $1000 1
Danny Kaye starred in this 1959 biography of Red Nichols named for his backing group
    $1000 20
This Canadian philanthropist used his fur trade proceeds to endow a university in Montreal
    DD: $1,000 24
Later Secretary of State, he was in charge of NATO forces from 1974 to 1979
    $1000 22
This "flashy" Spanish architect died in 1926, without finishing his masterpiece, seen here
    $1000 10
Originating around Iran, it's a malum granatum

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Becky Robin Mike
$3,000 $3,300 $0

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MODERN SCIENCE
On January 12, 1998 19 European nations endorsed the first international ban of this practice on humans

Final scores:

Becky Robin Mike
$5,000 $6,300 $0
2nd place: Trip to Doubletree Guest Suites, Orlando, Florida New champion: $6,300 3rd place: Kathy Ireland Exercise Products

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Becky Robin Mike
$3,500 $3,700 $1,000
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $8,200

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