Show #3710 - Friday, October 20, 2000

Contestants

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Ron Moss, a middle school teacher from San Diego, California

Marjorie Goldman, an actor and homemaker from Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania

Chris Dawson, a legislative consultant from Sacramento, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

LET US PREY
(Alex: Notice the spelling.)
SCREEN NAMES
EUROPEAN HISTORY
NUMBER, PLEASE
LITERARY LOCALES
(Alex: You have to name the country which is the main setting.)
BITS & PIECES
    $100 7
The only 2 creatures that prey on adults of this tallest African animal are lions & man
    $100 1
Frank Cooper got this new first name from his Indiana hometown
    $100 13
When Italy was declared united in 1861, it was still missing Venice & this current capital
    $100 22
States in the United States in 1945
    $100 3
"Bhowani Junction",
"The Raj Quartet",
"Kim"
    $100 17
In addition to the cradle & handset, older ones of these included finger holes & a finger stop
    $200 8
This arachnid is characterized by an erectile tail tipped with a venomous stinger with which it dispatches prey
    $200 2
Those who just dropped a letter include the former George Ranft & Dorothy Maloney, who became her
    $200 14
In the ECSC, formed in western Europe in 1952, the "CS" stood for coal & this product
    $200 23
Total number of quarts in 11 1/2 gallons
    $200 9
"Sister Carrie",
"McTeague",
"Native Son"
    $200 18
A pair of these may be a frame with a front & 2 temple pieces, nosepads & of course, lenses
    $300 25
The fastest bird of prey, this speedy falcon variety is also known as a duck hawk
    DD: $500 4
A movie hunk got this professional name from an Iberian landmark & a New York river
    $300 15
Nickname of Lithuania's brutal 19th C. governor-general Muravyov, or a child's game with a stick figure
    $300 24
Squares in the opening of "The Brady Bunch" filled by kids
    $300 10
"The Marble Faun",
"A Farewell to Arms",
"A Bell for Adano"
    $300 19
Its bits include a horn, seat, skirt, cinches, hobble strap & fenders
    $400 29
These insects of the order orthoptera "pray" while they prey on their prey
    $400 5
If she hadn't changed her name, a song from "Grease" would be "Look At Me, I'm Alexandra Zuck"
    $400 16
In 1995 troops of this international organization replaced U.N. forces as peacekeepers in Bosnia
    $400 26
Keys on a standard piano
    $400 11
"A Moveable Feast",
"Exile's Return",
"Swann's Way"
    $400 20
This appliance consists of a water reservoir, filter basket, warming unit & carafe
    $500 30
Also called a glutton, this feisty mammal seen here will chase & eat any prey it can capture
    $500 6
This '50s star seen here was born James Stewart, but in Hollywood that name was taken
    $500 28
In the 1697 Treaty of Rijswijk, the French recognized this Dutch-born man as king of England
    $500 27
The third smallest prime number
    $500 12
"Timeless Land",
"The Tree of Man",
"Walkabout"
    $500 21
This musical accessory includes a weighted pendulum & a graduated scale

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

Chris Marjorie Ron
$1,800 $800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Marjorie Ron
$3,000 $2,000 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

LET US PRAY
(Alex: Notice the spelling this time; we want you to identify the Biblical book.)
CLASSIC RECORD LABELS
THE SPHINX
HEY, MIKEY!
THE LARGEST IN AREA
ALMOST-RHYME TIME
    $200 26
"Let my people go"
    $200 8
After winning on "Star Search" Sam Harris signed with this "Supreme" label
    $200 6
An androsphinx has a human head, a criosphinx has a ram's & both usually have the body of this animal
    $200 13
Twice governor of Massachusetts, in 1988 he became a presidential candidate
    $200 17
China,
Russia,
Canada
    $200 1
The song "It Ain't Necessarily So" says this Biblical man "Made his home in / that fish's abdomen"
    $400 27
"Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil"
    $400 9
In the '60s this company whose logo is seen here had Dylan, Joplin & Santana in its lineup
    $400 7
The addition of these avian features is the main innovation of sphinxes found in Asia
    $400 14
His flims include "Zulu" & "Hannah and Her Sisters", for which he won his first Oscar
    $400 18
Wales,
Scotland,
Northern Ireland
    $400 2
Fleetwood Mac song, "Just when I thought it was over...you got me runnin', runnin', runnin' for" this
    $600 28
"Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego fell down bound into the midst of the burning fiery furnace"
    $600 10
In the late '60s he sold his Sun Records & set up a label for Holiday Inn
    $600 23
The most famous Egyptian sphinx is known as the Great Sphinx of this place, near the Pyramids
    $600 22
This world-traveler was an original member of Monty Python's Flying Circus
    $600 19
Jordan,
Lebanon,
Israel
    $600 3
In a Pete Seeger song, this title line precedes "Gone to young girls, every one"
    $800 29
"Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God"
    DD: $1,200 11
The 1962 hit "The Lonely Bull" was on this label formed by the man who performed it
    $800 24
The Great Sphinx is probably a likeness of King Khafre, son of this pyramid builder
    $800 16
He & his brother Leon both won Olympic boxing gold in 1976
    $800 20
Sudan,
Algeria,
Libya
    DD: $1,200 4
She wrote the almost-rhyming verse heard here
["Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul..."]
    $1000 12
This early R&B, rock & jazz label had an "ocean" of talent, including Ray Charles, who signed in 1952
    $1000 25
In mythology, the riddle of the Sphinx stumped everybody except this future king of Thebes
    $1000 15
This Sri Lanka-born Canadian won Britain's Booker Prize for his novel "The English Patient"
    $1000 21
El Salvador,
Nicaragua,
Costa Rica
    $1000 5
Poet Wilfred Owen almost-rhymed "teeth" with this; his own happened in World War I

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Marjorie Ron
$5,000 $9,000 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
It was founded in 1851 to serve the territory that included Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois & part of Minnesota

Final scores:

Chris Marjorie Ron
$0 $10,100 $1
3rd place: Wingspan Bank.com Debit Card loaded with Cash New champion: $10,100 2nd place: Trip to Mexico City & Cabo San Lucas

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Marjorie Ron
$4,800 $8,600 $6,100
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,500

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