Show #3658 - Wednesday, June 28, 2000

Contestants

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Brady Bellis, a former stockbroker from Encinitas, California

Mary Cox, a homemaker from Olathe, Kansas

Marci Schwartz, an office manager from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

CLASSICAL MUSIC
20th CENTURY SPORTS
THEY NAMED IT FOR ME
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE HYPHEN
(Alex: What a category!)
KIDDY LIT
HINTS FROM HELOISE
    $100 12
His son Carl Philipp Emanuel served as court harpsichordist to Prussia's King Frederick II for over 20 years
    $100 11
He said, "I wasn't invited to shake hands with Hitler, but I wasn't invited to...shake hands with the president, either"
    $100 7
They named a poll after this man born in Iowa in 1901
    $100 17
To betray:
double-
    $100 1
These brothers have delved into "The Secret of the Old Mill" & "The Tower Treasure"
    $100 30
Heloise likes to sprinkle taco seasoning or dry salad dressing over this cinema snack
    $200 13
In this fairy tale by Prokofiev, the title boy is represented by strings, his grandfather by a bassoon
    $200 10
(Hi, I'm Freddie Jones of the San Diego Chargers) When the Chargers joined the AFL in 1960, they were based in this city to rival the Rams
    $200 18
They named a fort near Dallas for this hero of the Mexican War
    $200 20
To throw overboard:
deep-
    $200 3
His "Wind in the Willows" relates the adventures of Toad, Rat, Mole & Badger
    $200 29
Need a Christmas ornament hook? Unbend the middle bend of one of these desktop items & use it as a substitute
    $300 14
The 1815 death of his brother Caspar led to a long struggle for custody of Caspar's son Karl
    $300 9
When Suzanne Lenglen played this sport in 1919 without her corset, she loosened things up for women
    $300 19
They named a knot for this Duke who was briefly king of England
    $300 21
Short-circuit the ignition:
hot-
    $300 4
A mother & daughter find their personalities have switched one strange day in this classic book by Mary Rodgers
    $300 28
On April 1, Heloise sometimes adds cooked ground beef to these treats that share their name with little Girl Scouts
    DD: $1,000 15
This 1928 work heard here was written on a commission from Ida Rubenstein
    $400 8
His 1968 long jump record of 8.90 meters stood for over 20 years
    $400 24
They named a smear after a Greek-American doctor & shortened the name to this
    $400 22
A 4-dimensional continuum:
space-
    $400 5
The spunky Ramona Quimby first appeared in "Henry Huggins", the first book by this woman
    $400 27
The clear type of this is Heloise's "all-time favorite repair" for runs in her stockings
    $500 16
While visiting Iowa in 1893, this Czech composed his "String Quartet No. 12 in F Major", or the "American Quartet"
    $500 2
He managed the Cincinnati Reds to 2 World Series titles in the 1970s & Detroit to 1 in the 1980s
    $500 25
They named the (horse) breed seen here after the man who owns the progenitor:
    $500 23
Rustic or homespun:
cracker-
    $500 6
This photographer dressed his Weimaraners in fairy tale garb for a new version of "Cinderella"
    $500 26
Heloise suggests squeezing lemons with this device found in the name of a Tchaikovsky ballet

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

Marci Mary Brady
$1,000 $700 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marci Mary Brady
$2,900 $1,900 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

1850s AMERICA
ED TV
SMALLER THAN ALBUQUERQUE
(Alex: We are talking about area.)
ELEMENT NAMES
FAMILIAR PHRASES
(Alex: And finally, since we had "Hints From Heloise", we'll have...)
HINTS FROM ABELARD
    $200 4
Gold was found in Colorado, silver in the Comstock & this new resource in a Titusville, Pennsylvania well
    $200 3
Western star Allan "Rocky" Lane was the voice behind this TV horse, of course
    $200 1
This principality is surrounded by the French department of Alpes-Maritimes
    $200 13
Aktis, Greek for "ray", gave us actinium; radius, Latin for "ray", gave us this
    $200 25
To be impatient is to do this "at the bit"
    $400 20
As the USA's rail capital, its population went from about 30,000 to about 110,000 in the decade
    $400 9
In 1969 he did double duty as the host of "Concentration" & sidekick on "The Tonight Show"
    $400 2
This tiny Alpine principality is represented diplomatically by Switzerland
    $400 14
In 1828 a Norse god thundered onto the periodic table in the name of this element, No. 90
    $400 8
To put your foot in your mouth means "Oops!"; to put this "in it" means to shut up
    $600 21
Pioneers heading west sang, "O don't you remember Sweet Betsy from" this place
    $600 10
This one-time pro football player scored as officer Joe Coffey on "Hill Street Blues"
    $600 5
According to tradition this republic east of Florence, Italy was founded in 301 A.D. by a stonecutter named Marinus
    $600 15
This metal's name comes from the Latin calx, meaning "lime", not bone
    $600 18
You can "cast stones" or "throw straws against" this, but it ain't worth the effort
    DD: $1,600 22
This poet wrote to Emerson of his intent to confront people with "an American rude tongue"
    $800 11
Played by Martin Short, he's the nerdy character seen here:
    $800 6
Kwajalein, Bikini & Enewetak are atolls in this north Pacific island nation
    DD: $900 16
The names of neodymium & this element are both traced back to the Greek neo, "new"
    $800 19
"You always have to take" this "with the sweet"
    $800 27
Metaphorically, "care must be taken also lest through the absence of" these "the flock be imperiled"
    $1000 23
To the "Dred" of abolitionists, this man from a slaveholding family was chief justice of the U.S.
    $1000 12
On "Homicide: The Movie", he reprised his "St. Elsewhere" role of Dr. Victor Ehrlich
    $1000 7
In 1530 Holy Roman emperor Charles V gave this island nation to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem
    $1000 17
Found by Carl Gustav Mosander, terbium is named for Ytterby, a village in this country
    $1000 24
This phrase for protecting yourself against anything that may cause you a loss comes from baseball
    $1000 26
Abelard cites this sister of Moses to show women's importance in religion

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marci Mary Brady
$8,000 $2,900 $5,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE PULITZER PRIZES
The first man to win the Pulitzer Prize for his film criticism, he's lobbied for a Pulitzer Prize for the movies

Final scores:

Marci Mary Brady
$8,000 $73 $10,100
2nd place: Trip to Devon, England 3rd place: Lobster Gram Gift Certificate New champion: $10,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Marci Mary Brady
$9,500 $2,900 $4,500
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
5 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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