Show #3564 - Thursday, February 17, 2000

2000-A College Championship final game 1.

Contestants

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Greg Hodgin, a senior at Emory University from Columbia, South Carolina

Adam Center, a senior at Georgetown University from Atlanta, Georgia

Janet Wong, a senior at Drew University from Eatontown, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN IN HISTORY
HITS OF THE '90s
ON THE MAP
JANE
(Alex: The magazine.)
20th CENTURY MEDICINE
SILLY SIMILES
    $100 16
This future first lady joined her husband at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777-78 & tended the wounded
    $100 11
This 1996 dance hit was actually an English remix by the Bayside Boys using the Spanish chorus by Los Del Rio
    $100 6
The tiny independent nation of Vatican City is completely surrounded by this city
    $100 1
To see if sororities are evil, Jane sent a reporter through this process of auditioning for several of them
    $100 17
On Dec. 3, 1967, Dr. Christiaan Barnard performed the first successful human transplantation of this organ
    $100 22
Being as blind as this animal isn't so bad; it isn't really blind
    $200 18
She published "The Red Cross in Peace and War" in 1899
    $200 12
TLC "don't want no" these; one of these "is a guy that can't get no love from me"
    $200 7
Not counting Antarctica, it's the continent that reaches the farthest south
    $200 2
Each month Jane sends 2 strangers on one of these
    $200 27
In 1961 U.S. physicians began using his oral polio vaccine
    $200 23
With exercise, you can become as fit as this musical instrument
    $300 19
Queen Marguerite of Navarre wrote the "Heptameron", a collection of tales widely compared to this Boccaccio work
    $300 13
In Spetember 1995 this artist's "You Are Not Alone" became the first single in history to enter the Hot 100 chart at No. 1
    $300 8
1 of the 5 largest countries in the world is highlighted here:
("north of the border")
    $300 3
In May 1999 top new colors for these included Naive Rose & Iridescent Lilac -- no blacks or greens
    $300 28
In 1940 Landsteiner, Levine & Weiner discovered this blood factor in rhesus monkeys
    $300 24
You could wind up in this condition, the same as a dodo or a doornail
    $400 20
The Girl Scouts established a world friendship fund in memory of this Girl Scouts founder
    $400 14
Toni Braxton asked her lover to do this to "my heart, say you'll love me again"
    $400 9
The only country that borders the Dominican Republic
    $400 4
In the first issue, this "Gods and Monsters" & "Encino Man" actor was "Our Token Sex Symbol"
    DD: $600 29
In 1966 Chinese scientists synthesized this hormone normally made in the islets of Langerhans
    $400 25
You might be busy as a bee, a beaver or a one-armed one of these
    $500 21
A visit to Toynbee Hall, a settlement house in England, inspired Jane Addams to found this "house"
    $500 15
The refrain of his hit "Lullaby" is "Everything's gonna be all right, rock-a-bye..."
    $500 10
One of the 2 countries sandwiched between Thailand & Vietnam
    $500 5
A dress made of Good & Plenty wrappers was one of the D.I.Y. fashion tips, D.I.Y. standing for this
    $500 30
"Eight Weeks to Optimum Health" is a bestseller by this alternative medicine man seen here:
    $500 26
Rich Mullins sings that faith without works is as useless as one of these on a submarine

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

Janet Adam Greg
$1,000 $1,400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Janet Adam Greg
$900 $2,700 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICA
CLASSIC TEEN CINEMA
NEW AGE STUFF
ANCIENT GREEK SALAD
COME ON, LIT HAPPY
CROSSWORD CLUES "G"
    $200 8
He established his electric light company in 1878, a year before he perfected his bulb
    $200 13
In this James Dean film, Buzz dies when his leather jacket catches on his car door handle
    $200 24
Defined by their orderly structure, these, like the one seen here, are reputed to hold special powers:
    $200 1
In the 400s B.C. Democritus said matter consisted of tiny indivisible bits called these
    $200 21
This gripping Dickens novel explores the tragedy of the French Revolution firsthand
    $200 3
Home for honeysuckle
(6)
    $400 9
A strike for better pay by the workers of the B&O in July 1877 soon spread to other companies in this industry
    $400 14
Title of a 1963 Frankie & Annette movie; the sequel added "Muscle" before it
    $400 25
"Circles" of people making a racket on these instruments are said to relieve stress & improve health
    $400 2
This god came up from the underworld to woo Minthe, who wound up in edible form as mint
    DD: $3,000 22
A planeload of children is evacuated from Britain because of a nuclear war in this Golding novel
    $400 4
Hotcake hot plate
(7)
    $600 10
In 1853 she published a "Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin", evidence to back up her earlier work
    $600 15
Dude! His performance as Jeff Spicoli was, like, a highlight of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"
    $600 26
A popular incense comes from this word, we hope not after it's been worn on someone's feet
    DD: $600 18
(Hi, I'm Steve Smith, proud to have been a Michigan State Spartan) It's the name of a league the ancient Spartans founded, & of a war they fought against Athens
    $600 23
The title character of this 1900 Conrad novel is a man haunted by guilt over an act of cowardice
    $600 5
In war they battled the blues
(5)
    $800 11
Look up "orator" in the dictionary & you'll see a picture of this man, secretary of state to 3 presidents
    $800 16
(Hi, I'm Wallace Langham) I played a weenie in this John Hughes film in which 2 kids create Kelly LeBrock
    $800 27
In the '60s your parents might have imitated the Beatles & visited one of these Hindu religious retreats
    $800 19
The first Greek use of this synonym for "dictator" described King Gyges of Lydia
    $800 29
T.S. Eliot wrote, "We are" these men, "we are the stuffed men"
    $800 6
Bigger than a giggle
(6)
    $1000 12
This writ was suspended in 1861 & restored December 1, 1865
    $1000 17
Honoring a rock idol of 1959, it's the school John Travolta attends in "Grease"
    $1000 28
This 13th century Sufi mystic has become the bestselling poet in the U.S.
    $1000 20
"Anabasis" chronicles the Greeks' 1500-mile retreat after fighting for Prince Cyrus of this empire
    $1000 30
A job as an astrology columnist helped pay the bills for this author of "The Dunwich Horror"
    $1000 7
It weighs you down
(7)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Janet Adam Greg
$4,900 $9,900 $2,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
This world leader who left office as president in 1994 titled his autobiography "The Last Trek: A New Beginning"

Final scores:

Janet Adam Greg
$3,800 $7,800 $0

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Janet Adam Greg
$5,500 $7,300 $2,100
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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