Show #3503 - Wednesday, November 24, 1999

Contestants

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Tracy Burrell, a computer help desk manager from Mystic, Connecticut

Karen Golojuch, a sign language interpreter from Arlington, Virginia

Dave Adler, an astronomer from Columbia, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS ART
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
SUPERSTITIONS
GAME SHOW HOSTS
'MEMBER NOVEMBER?
STARTS WITH "KN"
    $100 1
To call for his paintings, like the one seen here, "just put your lips together and blow"
    $100 6
On June 17 Suffolk County in this state celebrates Bunker Hill Day
    $100 21
Bite your tongue while eating & it means you've done this, though not necessarily "under oath"
    $100 11
1976-1985:
"Family Feud"
    $100 26
The first college football game took place between Rutgers & this other N.J. university on November 6, 1869
    $100 16
A genuflection may include this body part touching the floor
    $200 2
This man's art, seen here, depicted popular cabaret entertainers:
    $200 7
Originally, Veterans Day was known as Armistice Day, to commemorate the end of this
    $200 22
It's said if these itch, you're about to get a kiss, so pucker up!
    $200 12
1966-1975:
"Truth or Consequences"
    $200 27
Abe Lincoln delivered it November 19, 1863
    $200 17
If you don't know the face card between the 10 & the queen, you don't know this
    $300 3
He painted the pretty flowers seen here:
    $300 8
Christians observe this holy day to celebrate Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem
    $300 23
Buy a car on this unlucky day & it'll spend most of its time with the mechanic
    $300 13
1966-1981:
"Hollywood Squares"
    $300 28
Later a prime minister, she was born November 19, 1917 in Allahabad
    $300 18
I love to go a-wandering (Valderee, Valdera) with one of these on my back
    $400 4
She often painted everyday moments like the one seen here:
    $400 9
A foundation in Nebraska City, Nebraska oversees & coordinates the activities of this tree-planting holiday
    $400 24
One reason horseshoes are considered lucky is that they're made of this magical metal
    $400 14
1966-1980:
"The Newlywed Game"
    $400 29
This man abdicated the German throne on November 9, 1918
    $400 19
In this city, you can visit the home of John Sevier, the first governor of Tennessee
    $500 5
Season represented in the masterpiece seen here:
    DD: $600 10
Panama celebrates its independence from this country on November 3
    $500 25
We wonder if Mary Surratt ever had a stiff neck; it's supposed to be an omen that this will happen
    $500 15
1961-1967:
"Password"
    $500 30
On November 7, 1917 this "majority" political faction toppled the provisional Russian government
    $500 20
First name of the man famous for telling his team to "Win this one for the Gipper"

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

Dave Karen Tracy
$700 $2,600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Karen Tracy
$1,200 $3,400 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS ARTS
THE ALPS
HEY, HEY WE'RE THE MAORIS!
20th CENTURY NOVELS
TV DETECTIVES
"IN" WORDS
    $200 6
Paul Simon has said that he regrets letting this man sing lead on "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
    $200 11
Chamonix in the French Alps is the historic capital of this Alpine sport imported from Norway
    $200 21
Examples of these in Maori culture include Ruaumoko, who handles earthquakes, & Hinenuitepo, who handles death
    $200 16
Some highbrow critics "Kurt"ly dismiss his sci-fi novel "The Sirens of Titan" as a lesser work
    $200 1
Were it not for 4 meddling kids & this title dog, many a cartoon crime would be unsolved
    $200 22
Originally, it consisted of the attorney general & the secretaries of State, War & Treasury
    $400 7
Famed for playing a sewer worker on TV, he originated the role of Felix Unger on Broadway
    $400 12
The Brenner Pass is a pathway from Austria to this country on the south
    $400 27
Of 4, 14 or 40, the percent of New Zealand's population that is Maori
    $400 17
Though it's fiction, this first Henry Miller novel tells of the adventures of Henry Miller in Paris
    $400 2
Mystery author Jessica Fletcher solved crimes in Cabot Cove, Maine on this show
    $400 23
In names of birds, it follows gold, bull & purple
    $600 8
His book "Kids Say the Darndest Things!" topped the nonfiction bestsellers list for 2 years
    $600 13
This industry first brought income to the Alps in the 19th century & is now the main source of income there
    $600 28
The Maoris are the southernmost members of this larger Pacific ethnic group with "many islands" for homes
    $600 18
Hemingway set "A Farewell to Arms" in WWI & "For Whom the Bell Tolls" in this war
    $600 3
These 2 actors were "Moonlighting" as the Blue Moon Detective Agency's Maddie Hayes & David Addison
    $600 24
Last name of "The Phantom Menace" character seen here:
    $800 9
(Hi, I'm Art Alexakis of the rock band Everclear) This American jazz drummer formed the Jazz Messengers & was a pioneer in the bebop movement
    $800 14
These features left over from the Ice Age include Maggiore, Constance & Como
    DD: $500 29
Trying to land on New Zealand's South Island in 1642, this "devil" of an explorer was attacked by Maoris
    $800 19
"The Magician of Lublin", by this Yiddish language Nobel Prize winner, is set in his native Poland
    $800 4
The prognosis is good that he will solve the case as Dr. Mark Sloan on "Diagnosis Murder"
    $800 25
A soft white candy usually containing nuts, or a word for a deity
    $1000 10
He wrote & illustrated the graphic novel "Maus: A Survivor's Tale"
    $1000 15
While wandering Alpine passes, you may meet up with this mountain goat:
    $1000 30
This Maori diva performed at the wedding of Charles & Diana in 1981
    $1000 20
Ex-reporter Allen Drury wrote this 1959 novel about a Senate confirmation battle
    $1000 5
Based on Ralph McInerny's character, this TV detective was the pastor of St. Michael's Parish
    DD: $1,000 26
In area, it's the Mediterranean's second-largest island

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Karen Tracy
$3,000 $5,800 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PUBLICATIONS
Its first issue was intended to be read on sabbath day, August 5, 1821

Final scores:

Dave Karen Tracy
$199 $5,800 $1,599
3rd place: Meade ETX Telescope New champion: $5,800 2nd place: Sony Home Entertainment System featuring WebTV

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dave Karen Tracy
$3,000 $5,700 $7,100
16 R,
7 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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