Show #3714 - Thursday, October 26, 2000

Contestants

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David Franklin, a filmmaker and professor from Brooklyn, New York

Sharon O'Quinn, a retail manager from Ogunquit, Maine

Ken Boulton, a high school teacher from Imperial Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

FRENCH WHINES
(Alex: Awww!)
1820s AMERICA
HIT ALBUMS
PICTUIRE THE PONTIFFS
CAPITAL CITY UNIVERSITIES
(Alex: You have to identify the city.)
2-LETTER WORDS
    $100 30
I will just scream if one more tourist asks me how to get to zis Paris cathedral on the Ile de la Cite
    $100 12
The first illustrations of his "Birds of America" were printed in 1827
    $100 14
"I Would Die 4 U" & "When Doves Cry" are songs on this 1984 soundtrack
    $100 11
In June 1999 he made a return visit to his homeland
    $100 6
Georgetown University
    $100 1
Before the grand jury, Bill Clinton said, "It depends on... your definition of" this word
    $200 29
Sacre bleu! My aspirateur, one of these "inhaling" household appliances, is on ze fritz again!
    $200 13
"Be it ever so humble", John Howard Payne wrote this song with a 3-word title for the 1823 opera "Clari"
    $200 15
(Hi, I'm Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray.) My band's album title "14:59" is a reference to this man's quote about 15 minutes of fame
    $200 23
This pope who called for a Vatican council was beatified in 2000
    $200 7
University of Westminster
    $200 2
In the "Little House" books, it's what Laura Ingalls calls her father
    DD: $500 22
It is an artistic tragedy that zis American director & star of ze "Bellboy" has not made any recent films
    $300 16
This art of sculpting with whale bone was popular in the 1820s
    $300 17
This girl group is waterskiing on the cover of 1982's "Vacation"
    $300 24
He was a cardinal for 5 years and a pope for considerably less time
    $300 8
Jawaharlal Nehru University
    $300 3
In tennis it's "In" when the server has game point, "Out" when the receiver does
    $400 27
Een ze American restaurant, I cannot believe it's not beurre, which translates as zis
    $400 20
On 12/12/1822 the U.S. recognized the independence of this nation ruled by emperor Agustin de Iturbide
    $400 18
This Trent Reznor band's album "The Downward Spiral" debuted at No. 2 on the charts in 1994
    $400 25
This pope's actions, or lack thereof during World War II, have been the subject of controversy
    $400 9
Keio University
    $400 4
This Yiddishism means "So?" or "Well?"
    $500 28
Modern politicians? Poo! Bring back zis general who became premier in 1958 & president in 1959
    $500 21
This famous keelboatman was probably killed near the mouth of the Yellowstone River in 1823
    $500 19
"Learning to Crawl" was a hit album for this Chrissie Hynde group
    $500 26
Before this man, seen here, became pope, he served as the Archbishop of Milan
    $500 10
Kim Il Sung University
    $500 5
20th century style of art represented here

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

Ken Sharon David
$1,500 -$200 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Sharon David
$1,500 $500 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

TECHNOLOGY
AT THE "Y"
PLAYING PRESIDENT
(Alex: You have to name the president portrayed by these famous personalities.)
JOHN BOY
WALTON
MOUNTAIN
    $200 6
The Oxford Illustrated Encyclopedia says this tool has largely replaced the axe in forestry
    $200 1
A "cowardly" variety of sapsucker
    $200 27
1939:
Henry Fonda
    $200 14
Designed by John Roebling, when it opened in 1883, it was the world's longest suspension bridge & not for sale
    $200 30
Izaak Walton's most famous work, it's subtitled "The Contemplative Man's Recreation"
    $200 19
An 1852 survey by the government of India said it was the tallest mountain in the world
    $400 10
The "tracks" on a printed circuit board are made of this metal
    $400 2
It can be a restrictive burden or a wooden frame for harnessing draft animals
    $400 26
2000:
Jeff Daniels
    $400 15
In 1608 he became president of Jamestown
    $400 29
Walton lived the majority of his life in this century
    $400 20
In 1760 Horace Benedict de Saussure of Geneva offered a prize to the first to scale this Alpine peak
    DD: $2,000 11
Without this Wallace Carothers invention, WWII G.I.s would have had only chocolates to offer women
    $600 3
From the Sanskrit for "joining", it's a Hindu discipline aimed at training the mind & body
    $600 7
1995:
Nick Nolte
    $600 16
He went from working in a coal mine, working up, up, up to become UMW president from 1920 to 1960
    $600 28
Izaak knew this "No Man is an Island" author when he was vicar of St. Dunstan's
    $600 21
The Virunga Range is renowned as the habitat of these vegetarian primates
    $800 12
This lifesaving device had its first live test in 1946 from a Gloster Meteor aircraft
    $800 4
Paul Williams wrote the music for this "worldly" Helen Reddy Top 10 hit
    $800 8
1974:
William Devane
    DD: $1,500 17
In 1638 this non-ordained minister left half his fortune & his library to a college in New Towne, Mass.
    $800 25
Young Izaak apprenticed as one of these metal & hardware salesmen in London
    $800 22
Israel, Lebanon, Syria & the U.N. all have presences around Mount Hermon, the highest peak on these heights
    $1000 13
If you're using a GPS device to get around, you should know GPS stands for this
    $1000 5
As in Anno Domini 2000, it's what Anno Domini means in English
    $1000 9
1997:
Anthony Hopkins
    $1000 18
In 1842 he mapped most of the Oregon Trail; 8 years later he was a California senator
    $1000 24
Walton wrote a life of this "The Altar" poet after whom former Pres. Bush could have been named
    $1000 23
It's the famous pass in the Safed Koh Range of northeastern Afghanistan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Sharon David
$3,100 $4,300 $9,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

'90s NONFICTION
Around 3 years on the bestseller list, this book is subtitled "An Old Man, A Young Man and Life's Greatest Lesson"

Final scores:

Ken Sharon David
$6,200 $6,201 $9,399
3rd place: Kaypro 2100 Personal Desktop Computer Package 2nd place: Trip to Almond Resorts, Barbados New champion: $9,399

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ken Sharon David
$3,600 $4,300 $6,900
19 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,800

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