Show #3601 - Monday, April 10, 2000

Mike Blumenfeld game 2.

Contestants

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Keith Myers, an energy analyst from Dunwoody, Georgia

Robin Osborn, a part-time video editor from Snellgrove, Georgia

Mike Blumenfeld, a network administrator from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

HERSTORY
ACTOR-RIFIC
"R" TOWN
ON THE MONEY
LITERATURE
A PROVERBIAL MESS
(Alex: You have to put the words of well-known proverbs in their proper order, because we haven't done that!)
    $100 16
During the Crimean War, this British nurse toured the soldiers' hospital at night with her lantern
    $100 11
1938's "Under Western Stars" helped launched the career of this big-screen singing sensation:
    $100 1
This Southern capital covers 63 square miles on both sides of the James River
    $100 21
Seen on the notes of many countries, including Canada, she's been called "The most prominent woman in circulation"
    $100 6
William Faulkner's novel "Mosquitoes" satirizes the literary life in this Louisiana city
    $200 17
She was the first of the Ptolemaic line to speak Egyptian
    $200 12
In Roman numerals, this actress' first name would equal 54:
    $200 2
"Believe It or Not", Mississippi, Tennessee & West Virginia all have a town named this
    $200 22
Befitting his importance, this 13th century conqueror appears on Mongolia's larger currency
    $200 7
Ford Madox Ford's 4-novel series "Parade's End" is set during & after this war in which Ford himself was shell-shocked
    $300 18
In 1431 a court at Rouen charged her with 70 counts, including immodesty by wearing men's clothing
    $300 13
He's the 1960s Disney child actor seen here in 1979 in a different role:
    $300 3
"Take A Ride" through this town, named for the ancestral home of William Penn's family
    $300 23
Catholic leader Daniel O'Connell appears on notes of this Irish monetary unit also called a punt
    $300 8
"For men may come and men may go, but I go on forever", this "Lord" of poetry babbled in "The Brook"
    $400 19
In 1975 an Allahabad court found this Indian prime minister guilty of 2 counts of corruption
    $400 14
A star of 1932's "Scarface", this tough George once ran a Havana casino
    $400 4
This Georgia city was founded in 1834 on a site that had 7 hills
    $400 24
This Post-Impressionist known for his studies of Mont Sainte-Victoire is honored on French currency
    DD: $500 9
This 1871 sequel is subtitled "Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys"
    $400 27
At try don't you if again first try succeed
    $500 20
At age 23 she was featured in Argentine radio soap operas; 4 years later she was first lady
    $500 15
(Hi, I'm Michael Boatman of Spin City.) Early in my career I played Sam Beckett on this series about nurses that was set during the Vietnam War
    $500 5
We wonder if Robert Goddard saw any UFOs while working on his rockets in this town
    $500 25
Poet Banjo Paterson & the first lines of his "The Man From Snowy River" grace this country's 10-dollar note
    $500 10
The title of this Willa Cather novel refers to a certain Ms. Shimerda
    $500 26
A is words picture a poem without

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Mike Robin Keith
$1,000 $100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Robin Keith
$1,800 -$100 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
TRAINS
BAVARIOUS
THE LYRICS OF COLE PORTER
MAMMALS
MULTIPLE MEANINGS
    $200 24
It can be fatty matter on the wall of an artery, or a buildup of matter on a tooth
    $200 14
This 1987 Danny DeVito film pays homage to a classic 1951 Hitchcock film
    $200 19
A top car maker, the B in its initials stands for Bayerische, or "Bavarian"
    $200 1
"I get no kick from" this, "mere alcohol doesn't thrill me at all"
    $200 2
Give a squeal if you know that these mammals are used with dogs to hunt down truffles
    $200 7
A foot soldier,
a Frankenstein's monster sound,
a bony fish
    $400 25
The 4 dimensions in the Einsteinian space-time continuum are time, length, width & this
    $400 15
The Granite Railway was built in Massachusetts in 1826 to haul the granite needed to build this monument
    $400 20
The tallest mountain in Germany is part of this range
    $400 12
"If you're ever in a jam, here I am, if you're ever in a mess", send this distress signal
    $400 3
In 1936 Su-lin from China became the first one of these exhibited in the U.S.
    $400 8
A denture,
a segment of the Earth's crust,
a food holder
    $600 26
NaOCl, sodium hypochlorite, is this common laundry product
    $600 16
In 1987 this "World's Favorite Hobo", known for songs of riding the rails, opened his own theater in Branson
    $600 21
This man, who has covered millions of bottoms in jeans, was reportedly born in Buttenheim, Bavaria
    $600 13
1 of 2 paintings referred to in the lyrics of "You're the Top"
    DD: $1,300 4
Found in Madagascar, it's the endangered primate seen here:
    $600 9
A parade exhibit,
an ice cream & pop drink,
a cork on a fishing line
    $800 27
Put this in your "notebook": Andromeda (M 31), like the Milky Way, is a galaxy of this shape
    $800 17
Around 1890 Eli Janney's automatic type of this replaced the dangerous link-&-pin type
    $800 22
Every 10 years the residents of Oberammergau in Bavaria put on this drama first performed in 1634
    $800 29
In a song from "High Society", it's what "I give to you and you give to me"
    $800 5
The ichneumon, one of these cobra killers, was worshipped by the ancient Egyptians
    $800 10
An invoice,
a visor on a cap,
a beak
    $1000 28
Abbreviated lm, it's a measurement of light
    $1000 18
By 2005 Germany hopes to have this type of bullet train in operation on a Berlin to Hamburg route
    $1000 23
This famous "Spanish" dancer & mistress of Louis I of Bavaria was born Marie Gilbert in Limerick, Ireland
    DD: $100 30
"Good authors too, who once knew better words now only use" these, "writing prose, anything goes"
    $1000 6
This largest seal is named for the trunk-like extension of the male's snout
    $1000 11
The bow of a ship,
to stop or dam up,
the main trunk of a plant

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Robin Keith
$8,400 $1,300 $2,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

'90s NOTABLES
(Alex: And that should be ideal for these young contestants!)
In 1999 a stretch of I-70 that runs past Busch Stadium was renamed in his honor

Final scores:

Mike Robin Keith
$10,000 $2,599 $2,912
2-day champion: $20,000 3rd place: Sony Music "100 Years" CD Set 2nd place: Trip to Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Hotel, Florida

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mike Robin Keith
$7,800 $1,300 $2,800
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $11,900

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