Show #3620 - Friday, May 5, 2000

Contestants

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Ann Hannon, a marketing research vice president from Princeton Junction, New Jersey

Kevin Larkin, a pharmaceutical territory manager from Jupiter, Florida

Jeff Horn, an office manager from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

THANK GOD IT'S FRIDAY
(Alex: How appropriate!)
AMERICAN HODGEPODGE
CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
MAGAZINES
KAREEM
OF WHEAT
(Alex: Our writers have been let out of the home again!)
    $100 6
The day is named after Freya, the Norse version of Aphrodite as goddess of this
    $100 1
The Indian paintbrush has this official designation in Wyoming (no, it's not the state paintbrush)
    $100 15
Chocolate dessert, or hair-styling foam
(6)
    $100 16
"Goings on About Town" & "The Talk of the Town" are regular features of this magazine
    $100 7
Before legally adopting the name Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, he was known by this name
    $100 26
Based on qualities like color & texture, this U.S. government department divides wheat into 7 market classes
    $200 21
In Islamic belief, this man born on Friday was not only the first man but the first prophet
    $200 2
A statue of this great Chinese philosopher adorns the plaza named for him in New York City's Chinatown
    $200 22
Pestle's partner
(6)
    $200 17
"Not Just Politics as Usual" is the motto of this magazine founded by JFK Jr.
    $200 8
In 1989 Kareem finished his 20-year pro basketball career playing with this team
    $200 27
The name of these facilities where wheat is stored, cleaned & graded is from the Latin for "lifted up"
    $300 12
A Northern Ireland peace accord was reached on April 10, 1998, this holy day
    $300 3
Yee-haw! The Durango Cowgirl Classic is an all-female rodeo in this state
    $300 23
The "Mama" of all nursery rhymers
(6,5)
    $300 18
This sports star seen here recently launched his own magazine "In The Red Zone"
    $300 9
Kareem majored in history while leading this college's team to 3 straight national championships
    $300 30
Of common, geiger, durum or einkorn, the one that's not a species of wheat
    $400 13
On Friday, Aug. 15, 1969, faced with a crowd of 400,000, promoters of this event decided not to charge admission
    $400 4
(Hey, I'm Shemar Moore from "The Young and the Restless".) I was born in this northern California city that elected Jerry Brown as its mayor in 1998
    $400 24
White mica, or a person from Moscow
(9)
    DD: $1,400 19
In 1945 John Johnson launched this monthly which he considered the black equivalent of Life magazine
    $400 10
In 1996 Kareem's strong interest in history inspired him to co-write "Black Profiles in" this
    $400 29
The primary wheat-growing area in South America is this fertile Argentine plain
    $500 14
This Brazilian bacchanal gets started on the Friday before Ash Wednesday
    $500 5
The Turquoise Trail winds along the east side of the Sandia Mountains in this state
    $500 25
Adjective for Flash Gordon's Ming
(9)
    $500 20
In 1999 this magazine founded by Andy Warhol celebrated its 30th anniversary
    $500 11
In 1969 this Midwest team chose Kareem as the NBA's No. 1 draft choice
    $500 28
In the mid-1900s scientists led this worldwide "revolution" to boost wheat production in the third world

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

Jeff Kevin Ann
$2,200 $1,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Kevin Ann
$5,300 $1,700 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
OLD MOVIES
MYTH INFORMATION
IN & AROUND LONDON
THE ART OF MOZART
THE ALLITERACY RATE
    $200 4
He's the Virginian who wrote the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom (he's better-known for a declaration)
    $200 1
Clarence Brown directed this Swedish star in 7 films, including "Anna Christie" & "Anna Karenina"
    $200 7
The Olympians came to rule after these earlier gods were banished to Tartarus
    $200 22
Mozart played his Piano Concerto in D at the coronation of Leopold II as this emperor
    $200 14
This baseball organization founded in 1939 includes a tee ball program for kids aged 5-7
    $400 10
In 1915 he laid the cornerstone of Arlington National Cemetery's Memorial Amphitheater
    $400 2
Paul Muni triumphs with his rabies vaccine in a 1936 biopic of this Frenchman
    $400 8
When Zeus played follow the Leda, he did it in the form of this bird & seduced her
    $400 24
Mozart planned to write one of these for his marriage, but only finished the "Kyrie" & "Gloria" portions
    $400 15
The bloom seen here, or the emblem of the House of Lancaster
    DD: $1,500 11
The largest species of American elk is named for him
    $600 3
This un-zany Marx brother plays Groucho's secretary in "Duck Soup" & "Animal Crackers"
    $600 9
One of these, like those from the garden of the Hesperides, was awarded by Paris in his famous judgment
    $600 25
Thackeray, Wesley & this founder of Rhode Island were schooled at Charterhouse, which is about 20 miles from London
    $600 21
Mozart opera heard here
    $600 16
The title character of a 1955 novel by Herman Wouk has this alliterative name
    $800 12
H.L. Mencken said this president's use of language reminded him "of stale bean soup" & dubbed it "Gamalielese"
    $800 5
1940 comedy about journalism seen here
    $800 19
In Greek myth these lustful forest gods who were part goat attended Dionysus
    $800 26
Shopping in London? You may head to stores named Marks & Spencer or Fortnum & this
    $800 23
Geographic names for these include "Paris", No. 31; "Linz", No. 36; & "Prague", No. 38
    $800 17
This phrase on a product means the inventor has asked the government to grant property rights
    $1000 13
This president declared that "Any invasion of Formosa would have to run over the 7th Fleet"
    $1000 6
"Corny" 1945 film with Bette Davis as a devoted Welsh schoolteacher
    $1000 20
After learning that she married her own son Oedipus, this queen hanged herself
    $1000 18
The first man to head this, under Truman, was the brilliant but doomed James Forrestal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Kevin Ann
$9,900 $1,400 $1,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSIC SITCOMS
This '70s character was given his last name because he talked ignorant nonsense

Final scores:

Jeff Kevin Ann
$2,900 $799 $100
2-day champion: $6,101 2nd place: Trip to St. James's Club, Antigua 3rd place: Sony Card $1,000 Shopping Spree

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeff Kevin Ann
$8,900 $500 $1,000
31 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
7 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $10,400

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