Show #3683 - Wednesday, September 13, 2000

Michelle Clum game 1.

Contestants

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Lee Ritchey, a writer and producer from Dallas, Texas

Michelle Clum, an executive assistant originally from Wichita, Kansas

Lisa Manley, a homemaker from Frisco, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

LOOK UP
IN DISGUISE
IT'S A BYRD
IT'S A PLAIN
IT'S SUPERMAN
"!"
    $100 1
Hyakutake, one of these, has a 360-million-mile-long tail
    $100 9
In the Perrault version, she's eaten by the wolf who's disguised as her grandmother
    $100 22
Upon his death on March 11, 1957, Richard Byrd was buried in this cemetery with full military honors
    $100 2
Thessaly, a plain in this country, is bordered by Mount Ossa & Mount Pelion along the Aegean coast
    $100 7
Destroyed by a radioactive chain reaction, it was Superman's home planet
    $100 15
Screamer banner denoting a special or additional edition of a newspaper
    $200 25
From the Spanish for "pot", it's the party accessory seen here
    $200 10
In 1924 Alexandra David-Neel disguised herself as a beggar to sneak into this capital of Tibet
    $200 23
Byrd's polar career began with a 1924 expedition based at Etah on this large Danish possession
    $200 3
Iraq's northern plain lies north of Samarra, between these 2 rivers
    $200 8
As Clark Kent, Superman originally worked for this newspaper
    $200 16
I have found it! The 1-word quotation found under Archimedes in "Bartlett's"
    $300 28
First seen by telescope in 1609, it's been bayed at much longer
    $300 11
Some reports say this PLO head sometimes disguised himself as a woman in order to flee his enemies
    $300 24
Unusual middle name of Richard E. Byrd, it's also the first name of the author of "Brideshead Revisited"
    DD: $500 4
This country's fertile Gangetic Plain is one of the most densely populated areas in the world
    $300 12
Nicknamed "The Big Apricot", it's the city where Superman lives as an adult
    $300 17
"It don't mean a thing if it ain't got" this dance revue on Broadway in April 2000
    $400 29
"Nationality" of the bird seen here
    $400 20
According to the myth, his beggar disguise was so good, it even fooled his wife Penelope
    $400 26
In 1955 & 1956, Byrd oversaw the establishment of his fifth Antarctic base to bear this name
    $400 5
Bounded by Gran Chaco & Patagonia, this plain extends from the Atlantic Ocean to the Andean foothills
    $400 13
Superman lived out his superboyhood in the city of Smallville in this U.S. state
    $400 18
Network for which the two reporters, seen here, work for
[Jules Asner & Steve Kmetko]
    $500 30
It sounds as if you could find these sloping roof beams going down the Snake River
    $500 21
When Nathan Hale was captured in September 1776, he was disguised as one of these
    $500 27
Known as a fiscal conservative, this brother of Richard Byrd served as a U.S. Senator from Virginia, 1933-1965
    $500 6
During the French & Indian War, the British secured this city during the battle at the Plains of Abraham
    $500 14
Located in the polar region, this is the "fortress" hideaway where Superman relaxes
    $500 19
Pop duo featuring Andrew Ridgeley & the man born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou

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

Lisa Michelle Lee
$900 $100 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Michelle Lee
$2,500 $2,300 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

FRANZ KAFKA
THE MUSICAL FABRIC STORE
1978
AFRICAN ANIMALS
STATUARY HALL
(Alex: You have to identify the state each statue represents)
ABBREVIATIONS
    $200 7
A Kafka letter asked his friend Max Brod to do this to Kafka's manuscripts after his death; Brod didn't
    $200 2
Of The Orlons, The Nylons or The Polyesters, the group that gave us "The Wah Watusi"
    $200 9
To help save our atmosphere, Sweden banned the use of most of these in January 1978
    $200 1
Africa is home to both the "greater" & "lesser" types of these long-legged, curvy-necked pink wading birds
    $200 23
Huey P. Long
    $200 16
Philo T. Farnsworth's 1927 patent for an "image dissector" developed into this beloved appliance of today
    $400 8
Felice Bauer twice & Julie Wohryzek once, but he never went through with it
    $400 3
It was the first big hit for Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs
    $400 10
It took Bill Rodgers 2 hours, 10 minutes, 13 seconds to win this April 17, 1978
    $400 14
Like General Rommel, the fennec, seen here, is a desert type of this
    $400 27
Father Junipero Serra
    $400 17
It can be a motor home, a fifth wheel trailer or a pop-up camper
    $600 15
Future TB patient Franz once worked in his family's factory for this nonflammable material
    $600 4
This "nocturnal" Moody Blues song was a Top 10 hit in 1972
    $600 11
In June 1978 the first moon to be discovered around this planet was found by James W. Christy
    $600 30
The jerboa, part of this order of mammals, is roughly 6 inches long with an 8-inch tail
    $600 25
Ethan Allen
    $600 20
The 3 major credit reporting agencies in the U.S. are Trans Union, Equifax & Experian, formerly called this
    DD: $1,500 18
This novel begins, "Someone must have been telling lies about Joseph K."
    $800 5
"Leather and" this, a duet with Don Henley, helped make Stevie Nicks' "Bella Donna" album a smash hit
    $800 12
This son of a former president joined the Los Angeles Rough Riders rodeo team
    $800 29
9-letter term for the type of camel seen here
    DD: $2,500 26
Robert La Follette
    $800 21
Postal abbreviation of the state whose largest city is Manchester
    $1000 19
"Metamorphosis" character who "Found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect"
    $1000 6
This group's first album featured Andy Warhol's famous cover illustration of a banana
    $1000 13
The World Book Yearbook article on the "dismal" state of this for 1978 was written by Sylvia Porter
    $1000 28
The cape fur type of this breeds at colonies on the coast of South Africa
    $1000 24
William Jennings Bryan
    $1000 22
It's the chemical symbol for the metal Strontium

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Michelle Lee
$6,900 $8,800 $3,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS PEOPLE
On January 27, 1999 he returned home aboard a TWA 767 designated Shepherd I

Final scores:

Lisa Michelle Lee
$100 $3,799 $0
2nd place: Trip to El Cid Resort, Mazatlan, Mexico New champion: $3,799 3rd place: Pair of Locman Diamond Aluminum Watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lisa Michelle Lee
$6,900 $8,100 $5,800
18 R,
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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