Show #3460 - Friday, September 24, 1999

Contestants

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David Stuart, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

Mike Long, a school librarian originally from Simsbury, Connecticut

Dylan McKenna, an actor from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL AUTHORS
MUSIC OF THE '60s
(Alex: 1960s, obviously!)
COMMIE TALK
CITY SEALS
HAT HAPPY
ROUND NUMBER, PLEASE
(Alex: Each response will end with a zero)
    $100 26
"African Game Trails"
    $100 1
In 1969 "Something" became the only No. 1 hit he composed for The Beatles
    $100 6
Marxism combined with a strong party structure is called "Marxism" this "ism"
    $100 11
This northwestern city's seal bears the image of Chief Sealth, for whom the city is named
    $100 16
Title of the gagster who doffed the top seen here in the Middle Ages:
    $100 21
It's the Major League record for home runs in a season
    $200 27
"Where's the Rest of Me?"
    $200 2
In 1969 B.J. Thomas had the biggest hit of his career with this song from "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"
    $200 7
This group manages the daily work of a Communist Party & might also win the Triple Crown
    $200 12
The seal of this Texas city features a plow & a locomotive, but no Saturn V rocket
    $200 17
A 1,200-year-old city lends its name to this hat seen here:
    $200 22
On March 29, 1999 the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above this benchmark for the first time
    $300 28
"My Boyhood in Iowa"
    $300 3
In this 1965 hit, Roger Miller tells us that "Two hours of pushing broom buys a eight by twelve four-bit room"
    $300 8
Chinese Communists could have used "Greyhound" in place of this term for counter-revolutionaries
    $300 13
Its seal features the Latin phrase for "Let Brotherly Love Continue"
    $300 18
Hatmaker whose name is found on a Florida university & the brand of hat seen here:
    $300 23
A U-turn, or a complete reversal of opinion
    DD: $500 29
"As We Remember Joe"
    $400 4
In 1968 his "Hurdy Gurdy Man" came singing songs of love
    $400 9
One who accepts Communist doctrine but doesn't join the party is this type of "journeyer"
    $400 14
This state capital's seal features a ship; we're sure it's the Santa Maria
    $400 19
The jipijapa plant is the main ingredient of this national hat seen here
    $400 24
In 1899 the Jamais Contente, "Never Satisfied", became the first auto to "go like" this
    $500 30
"Crusade in Europe"
    $500 5
In the 1960s she reached the Top 20 3 times with duets: twice with Lee Hazelwood & once with her father
    $500 10
This organization whose name was an abbreviation of "Communist International" existed from 1919 to 1943
    $500 15
The seal of Memphis shows a steamboat & this fiber plant
    $500 20
"Bakery" nickname for the wearers of the hat seen here:
    $500 25
Number of psalms in the Biblical book of Psalms

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

Dylan Mike David
$1,900 $600 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dylan Mike David
$2,400 $2,200 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

UNITED "STATE"S
CHINESE LEADERS
RUSSIAN RECIPES
AMERICAN LITERATURE
EARLY BRITISH CINEMA
CANADIAN TOURISM
    $200 1
It's a private compartment on a ship or train
    $200 24
Party chairman from 1949-1976
    $200 18
Russia claims it invented this unaged liquor once made from potatoes
    $200 9
Some of his stories of the Yukon were published in the 1910 collection "Lost Face"
    $200 16
Hitchcock's "Blackmail" of 1929 was Britain's first feature film of this type
    $200 6
The thunderous waters of this world famous tourist attraction border Canada's Victoria Park
    $400 2
Created in 1789, it replaced Foreign Affairs in the U.S. cabinet
    $400 25
President in China, 1948-1949; President in exile on Taiwan, 1949-1975
    $400 19
To serve it in traditional style, always garnish this Russian beet soup with a dollop of sour cream
    $400 8
A rum smuggler is the central character in his 1937 novel "To Have and Have Not"
    $400 17
Of 1885, 1895 or 1905, the year Birt Acres launched the British film industry with his "Kinetic Lantern"
    $400 7
The Nova Scotia museum named for this man features early experimental models of his telephones
    $600 3
On January 19, 1999 this speech was given to the combined houses of Congress
    $600 26
The last emperor, 1908-1912
    $600 20
As "holubtsi", this slaw ingredient is stuffed, seasoned, baked & served as an entree
    $600 10
"Horseman, Pass By", the first novel by this Texan, was made into the movie "Hud" in 1963
    $600 22
1914's version of this colorful story was the first big screen treatment of a Sherlock Holmes mystery
    $600 13
Each year this British Columbia city hosts the Symphony of Fire, a 4-day fireworks extravaganza
    $800 4
When something is at the highest level of current development, it's described with this 4-word phrase
    $800 27
President, 1993-today
    $800 21
To prepare this gourd, curcurbita pepo, Russian style, stuff it with rice, apples & sour cherries, then bake it
    $800 11
This 1936 novel by Faulkner tells the story of Thomas Sutpen & bears the name of an Old Testament figure
    $800 28
In 1933 Brit cinema enjoyed a boost with Alexander Korda's film "The Private Life of" this king
    DD: $1,000 14
If you're a Shakespeare fan, don't miss Canada's most famous dramatic festival, held each year in this city
    $1000 5
A Nittany Lion could tell you this city is home to Penn State's main campus
    $1000 30
Vice Premier & most powerful member of Chinese Communist Party from 1980-1989
    DD: $1,500 23
The popular codfish soup named for this Russian mystic reputedly gave him his health, vigor & virility
    $1000 12
Her essays in "Against Interpretation" & "On Photography" call for an emotive response to creative works
    $1000 29
Britain's most popular silent film star, this woman shares her last name with a 1917 "Declaration"
    $1000 15
Each February the Northern Trapper's Festival held north of Winnipeg in this province celebrates early Canadian pioneers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dylan Mike David
$6,800 $5,400 $3,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

OLYMPICS 2000
(Alex: People are starting to talk about it a lot.)
Name of the new Olympic event that will cover a total of 51.5 kilometers

Final scores:

Dylan Mike David
$11,000 $10,800 $7,400
3-day champion: $25,900 2nd place: Trip to Carmel Valley Ranch Resort, Carmel, California 3rd place: DirecTV Satellite System

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dylan Mike David
$7,800 $5,400 $3,100
18 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
10 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,300

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