Show #3211 - Monday, July 13, 1998

Contestants

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Marguerite Hester, a computer trainer from Raleigh, North Carolina

Mike Kelley, a high school physics teacher from Newburgh, Indiana

Roxanne Crocco, a graduate student from Powell, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

DOWN UNDER
POP MUSIC
BERKELEY IN THE '60s
(Alex: Some of us are old enough to remember.)
CLIFFS NOTES
MATTHEWS
MULTIPLE MEANINGS
    $100 6
The ABA, Inc. in Sydney is an Australian association that gives lessons in how to throw these
    $100 3
In February 1995 he reunited with his E Street Band to perform for a "Murder Incorporated" video shoot
    $100 20
In October 1965 Oakland police turned back over 10,000 marchers protesting this war
    $100 14
Napoleon invades Russia; causes problems for Natasha; leaves
    $100 16
One of two "Friends" actors who fit the category
    $100 1
A spinning toy, or the location of this clue in the category
    $200 8
It has webbed feet, no teeth or external ears, brown fur & a rubbery, duckbill-shaped muzzle
    $200 4
Feedback was first used in pop music in this Beatles song heard here:
    $200 26
This actor won the California governorship in 1966 using the unrest at Berkeley as a campaign issue
    $200 15
Poet goes to hell; then purgatory (where he meets an old flame); then heaven!
    $200 17
This Texan was "Dazed and Confused" before starring in "Contact" & "Amistad"
    $200 2
Magically conceal a card in your hand, or a tall tropical tree
    $300 12
Walter Burley Griffin, an architect from Chicago, designed this capital city, site unseen
    $300 5
This group's "Night Fever" stayed at No. 1 longer than any other single of 1978--8 weeks
    $300 27
Mario Savio was an informal leader of the FSM, a group named for this constitutional right
    $300 23
George & Martha throw an after-party for Nick & Honey; play games; start for bed at dawn
    $300 18
His character on "Party of Five" battled cancer
    $300 10
To trample underfoot, a closed court sport or a vegetable
    $400 21
This now popular tourist attraction almost wrecked the Endeavour, Captain Cook's ship
    $400 7
This Tony Orlando & Dawn hit became a theme of hope during the Iranian Hostage Crisis, 1979 to 1981
    $400 28
It completes the protest slogan "I am a UC student: do not fold, bend or" this
    DD: $1,000 24
Bored French housewife commits adultery; commits herself to huge debt; commits suicide
    $400 19
This Matthew has been in the movies "Married to the Mob" & "Short Cuts"
    $400 11
Vulgar, or a dozen dozen
    $500 22
Over 309 of these are operating in the Barossa Valley, the Aussie equivalent of our Napa
    $500 9
After disbanding in 1968 these "brothers" reunited in 1974 & had a No. 3 hit with "Rock And Roll Heaven"
    $500 29
In May 1960, the San Francisco meeting of this House committee was disrupted by protesters from Berkeley
    $500 25
Mysterious rich guy throws lavish parties to impress old flame; gets shot; dies
    $500 13
Somber, serious matter, or where a body's buried

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

Roxanne Mike Marguerite
$1,000 $1,500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roxanne Mike Marguerite
$2,600 $2,900 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN HISTORY
ASTRONOMY
THE MOVIES
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
SAY WHAT?
THE END OF THE LINE
    $200 26
The Organization of African Unity was founded in 1963 at a conference in this Ethiopian capital
    $200 12
Event seen here:
(moon blocking sun)
    $200 1
He was in "Sabrina", "Witness" & "Frantic"
    $200 13
This actress is buried in Monaco at the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, where she was married in 1956
    $200 6
This Asian language uses over 40,000 ideographic characters & is spoken by over 600 million people
    $200 25
"Frankly, my dear..."
    $400 27
This trade in Africans was long practiced by Arabs but increased with the New World's plantations
    $400 11
The acronym SETI stands for the Search for this
    $400 2
The character seen here is based on a role created by this actor in 1932:
(The Mummy)
    $400 21
This editor is buried near her first husband & her former brother-in-law at Arlington National Cemetery
    $400 7
Extinct British Celtic vernacular, or some game hens
    $400 14
"One flew east, one flew west..."
    $600 28
Black "homelands" called Bantustans were part of this South African system of segregation
    $600 10
It was the first planet discovered with a telescope
    $600 3
1967 animated feature that included the line "Old Baloo's gonna learn you to fight like a bear"
    $600 22
Chopin is at Paris' Pere Lachaise, but the kids flock to the grave of this American singer who died in 1971
    $600 20
"Old" Scandinavian language from which Icelandic, Faroese & Swedish developed
    $600 15
"Float like a butterfly..."
    $800 29
In 1873 the heart of this doctor & missionary was buried under a tree in Africa
    DD: $3,000 9
This closest galaxy to our own is named for an Ethiopian princess in Greek myth
    $800 4
Eddie Murphy played "The Nutty Professor" in 1996, 33 years after this man did
    $800 23
Residents of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Concord, Mass. include Emerson & this Walden Pond resident
    $800 18
To sing this country's national anthem, a resident of Tirane would sing it in this official language
    $800 16
"I'll get you my pretty..."
    DD: $800 30
The medieval Ouagadougou Empire was built on the upper reaches of this river
    $1000 8
After Earth, it's the planet whose day is closest to 24 hours long
    $1000 5
This 1962 Cinerama epic had segments directed by George Marshall, Henry Hathaway & John Ford
    $1000 24
Buried in Rome, this poet wrote as his own epitaph, "Here lies one whose name was writ in water"
    $1000 19
A Khoikhoi would pronounce "Jeopardy!" with one of these at the end, as their language requires
    $1000 17
"As Maine goes..."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roxanne Mike Marguerite
$6,000 $11,900 $4,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY TOURISM
This memoir, winner of a 1997 Pulitzer Prize, has made Limerick a hot tourist destination

Final scores:

Roxanne Mike Marguerite
$12,000 $15,300 $2,499
2nd place: Trip to the Hilton at Short Hills Hotel & Spa, New Jersey New champion: $15,300 3rd place: Pair of Jaguar Friendship Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roxanne Mike Marguerite
$6,200 $9,700 $4,200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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