Show #3772 - Tuesday, January 16, 2001

Contestants

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Vaughan Williams, a lieutenant in the United States Navy from Arlington, Virginia

Dawn Frank, a special education teacher from Washington, D.C.

C.W. Van Baale, a rentals coordinator from Chicago, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PLACE NAMES
CRIMINAL'S DICTIONARY
(Alex: We want you to name the work in...)
LITERARY TITLE CHARACTERS
NHL TEAMS
(Alex: The National Hockey League.)
PAPER
ENDS IN "OLA"
    $100 8
A type of treeless plain, or the oldest city in Georgia
    $100 26
It's not a novel builder, it's a person accepting bets
    $100 1
1851:
A white whale
    $100 3
This city is represented by Le Club de Hockey Canadien
    $100 21
This quantity of paper was once 480 sheets but is now usually 500
    $100 16
It's what you ride along the canals of Venice
    $200 9
The man seen here shares his name with this Maryland suburb
("...and you're not")
    $200 27
A person confessing info to police is known as one of these yellow songbirds
    $200 2
1880:
Siblings Dmitry, Ivan, Alyosha & Smerdyakov
    $200 4
The name of Canada's capital's NHL team, it was once the name of the U.S. capital's AL team
    $200 22
Paper gets its name from this reed that the ancient Egyptians used to make their writing materials
    $200 17
It often includes rolled oats, wheat germ, honey, fruit & nuts
    DD: $300 10
Appropriately, this Pennsylvania city that was founded in 1741 was named at Christmastime
    $300 28
It's the 2-word slang term for the photograph taken of a suspect in custody
    $300 13
1925:
Self-made millionaire James Gatz
    $300 5
Citizens of "Hockeytown" support this team by wearing the logo seen here
    $300 23
In 1859 William Goodale patented the first machine to manufacture these, which some people can't punch their way out of
    $300 18
This early phonograph began cranking out music in 1906
    $400 11
Mark Twain's brother Orion owned this Missouri city's Journal, for which Twain set type & wrote
    $400 29
This term for a gangster's girlfriend sounds like where she might spend all his money
    $400 14
1759:
Dr. Pangloss' naive student
    $400 6
On June 14, 1994 they beat Vancouver at the Gahden for their first Stanley Cup since 1940
    $400 24
This translucent identifier in paper is made by pressing a wire pattern into the paper while it's still wet
    $400 19
Italy's Lombardy region is famous for producing this soft (& smelly) blue cheese
    $500 12
This town, site of the Scopes Trial, plays host to the annual East Tennessee Strawberry Festival
    $500 30
From Latin for "elsewhere", it's the claim to have been somewhere else when a crime was committed
    $500 15
1895:
Jude Fawley
    $500 7
The team that wears the logo seen here plays home games in this former Olympic venue
(Calgary Flames)
    $500 25
Paper was first made by the Chinese using the bark of this tree whose leaves are fed to silkworms
    $500 20
Haiti occupies a third of this island; the Dominican Republic covers the rest

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

C.W. Dawn Vaughan
-$400 $1,200 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

C.W. Dawn Vaughan
$300 $2,300 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIG 10-LETTER WORDS
20 QUESTIONS
30 DAYS HATH SEPTEMBER
FOODS OF THE '40s
(Alex: There's a trend building here!)
50 CENTS
60 MINUTES
    $200 14
A person with a body mass index of 27 is considered to be this
    $200 4
In 1937 he became the first man sworn in as U.S. president on a January 20
    $200 26
With no party having a majority in September 1984 this country's Knesset voted for a coalition government
    $200 1
Smile & say this, the first product Sara Lee put into supermarket refrigerators
    $200 8
The crack on the back of the coins produced from 1948 to 1963 wasn't a design flaw, it was part of this object
    $200 21
He won Emmys in 1971, 1972 & 1973 for his correspondent chores on "60 Minutes"
    $400 15
Big, perhaps like the object seen here
(in Washington, D.C.)
    $400 5
The 20th consonant in the English alphabet, some Canadians say it's always a vowel
    $400 27
September 30 premieres include this composer's "Magic Flute" in 1791
    $400 2
New round foods of 1941 included M&Ms & this General Mills cereal
    $400 9
From 1794 to 1947 the half dollar featured this creature on the reverse
    $400 22
This spin-off debuted in the middle of the 1998-99 season
    $600 16
This big adjective comes from Rabelais' giant king
    $600 6
The one Solomon built had a breadth of 20 cubits & a porch the same length
    $600 29
A highlight of Marie Antoinette's day on September 19, 1783 was watching a sheep, duck & rooster do this
    $600 3
In 1946 the first frozen foods out of Mrs. Paul's kitchen were these, deviled
    $600 10
Face it, he's on the front of the 2000 coin
    $600 23
Made a regular correspondent in 1984, she's currently a co-host of "Good Morning America"
    $800 17
Big, like an encyclopedia that fills many books
    $800 7
80 to the French is quatre-vingts; 4 twenties; to Abe Lincoln it was four this
    $800 19
In 1948 Aaron Lapin's company introduced this aerosol dessert topping brand
    DD: $800 11
1 of the 2 years on the front of the 50-cent coin that displayed Independence Hall on the reverse
    DD: $1,000 24
This 1999 film was based on a 1994 "60 Minutes" story
    $1000 18
From the Latin for "stunned", it's a colossal amount or just plain great
    $1000 13
Teams of 20 of these used to haul borax out of Death Valley; those were the days
    $1000 28
Pieter W. Botha was elected as this country's first executive state president September 5, 1984
    $1000 20
Jeno Paulucci started selling his canned chicken chow mein under this label in 1945
    $1000 12
In 1999 the mints in these 2 cities produced a total of 19,582,000 50-cent pieces for general circulation
    $1000 25
In the late '70s the debates were between the conservative James J. Kilpatrick & this liberal woman

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

C.W. Dawn Vaughan
-$1,300 $3,100 $8,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS BIGGIES
In the 1890s he established steamer lines on the Great Lakes to control the transport of iron to Pittsburgh

Final scores:

C.W. Dawn Vaughan
-$1,300 $4,100 $6,500
3rd place: a Novica.com shopping spree 2nd place: a trip to Forest Inn Suites, Lake Tahoe New champion: $6,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

C.W. Dawn Vaughan
-$1,300 $3,400 $8,300
6 R,
7 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $10,400

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