Show #3350 - Friday, March 12, 1999

Contestants

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Dana Watrud, a language teacher from Eugene, Oregon

Erin Weller, a history teacher from Evanston, Illinois

Steve Latourette, a 3-D animator from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

GREAT BRITS
A REAL PRINCE
FAMOUS ALMA MATERS
IF THEY MARRIED...
(Alex: For example, if country singer Parton married artist Salvador, she'd be Dolly Dali.)
EDs
TAILS
    $100 12
In addition to writing operettas with Sir William Gilbert, he also composed the hymn "Onward, Christian Soldiers"
    $100 5
Identical-looking boys trade places & a wacky mix-up ensues in this 1881 Twain novel
    $100 4
Steve Young
(B.S. '83,
J.D. '94)
    $100 1
"Sisters" actress Kurtz sashays down the aisle with "Dirty Dancing" Patrick & becomes...
    $100 21
Once he could be heard every weeknight announcing "Heeeeeeere's Johnny!"
    $100 26
It's the only Zodiac sign represented by an animal with a stinging tail
    $200 13
On the first day of its publication in 1859, all 1,250 copies of his "On the Origin of Species" sold out
    $200 6
In the "Continued" story of this fairy tale character, the Princess tells him, "Stop sticking your tongue out like that"
    $200 14
James Meredith &
Trent Lott
    $200 2
If the queen of daytime talk married the "Seven Spiritual Laws" author, she'd have this rhyming name
    $200 22
This former New York City mayor had a cameo role in the movie "The First Wives Club"
    $200 27
The Earth probably passed through its tail during its 1910 visit
    $300 18
The Westminster Reference Library in London occupies the site where this scientist lived from 1710 to 1725
    $300 7
Barbra Streisand directed Nick Nolte in the film adaptation of this novel
    $300 15
Woody Allen
(did not graduate)
    $300 3
Thurman's "Dangerous Liaisons" with "L'Etranger" Albert turn to wedded bliss & she is...
    $300 23
He's won several Emmys for his "60 Minutes" reports, including one for his profile of Lena Horne
    $300 28
The train feathers of this bird's tail bear large blue & green eyespots called ocelli
    $400 19
At his death in 1902, he left most of his fortune to establish a scholarship program to study at Oxford
    $400 8
The song "Two Princes" was on this band's "Pocket Full of Kryptonite" album
    DD: $800 16
Chester W. Nimitz
(Class of '05)
    $400 10
Former TV "Angel" Smith ties the knot with House Judiciary Chair Henry & takes on this monstrous name
    $400 24
He's credited with directing some of the worst movies of all time, including "Plan 9 From Outer Space"
    $400 29
She "Tried what she could, as a shepherdess should, to tack" each tail back to its lamb
    $500 20
In 1876 this prime minister was created Earl of Beaconsfield by Queen Victoria
    $500 9
He won a Tony for producing "The Pajama Game" & one for directing "Cabaret"
    $500 17
Stephen Hawking
(Ph.D., 1966)
    $500 11
If "Sister Act" star Goldberg wed British actor Peter, known for '60s horror films, she'd be...
    $500 25
His "87th Precinct" novels include "Kiss", "Widows" & "Lullaby"

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

Steve Erin Dana
$500 $1,300 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Erin Dana
$2,600 $2,200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHER'S DICTIONARY
BANDS BY THE NUMBER
ANTONYMS
LANGUAGES
HEADS
TALES
(Alex: This time, a different kind of tale.)
    $200 2
From the Latin for "to gnaw", it's the natural process by which material is worn away from the Earth's surface
    $200 16
"Joy to the World" was a No. 1 hit for this band in 1971
    $200 11
In Dickens' antonymic opening to "A Tale of Two Cities", "It was the spring of hope, it was" this season "of despair"
    $200 1
In 1960 its Bombay state was divided into 2 states, Gujarat & Maharashtra, to reflect their languages
    $200 21
This president was wounded during army action in Algeria in the 1950s
    $400 3
Tectonics studies these rigid pieces of the Earth's crust that cover large areas
    $400 17
In 1995 Mary Ramsey replaced her as the lead singer of 10,000 Maniacs
    $400 12
In 1998 Pres. Clinton said America was ending 3 decades of deficits as he welcomed this antonym
    $400 7
The troubadours of the 1100s & 1200s wrote their poetry in Provencal, a dialect of this language
    $400 22
This prime minister earned his law degree from Laval University in Quebec City
    $600 4
A coral reef roughly parallel to a shore & separated from it by a lagoon; it may be a "Great" one
    $600 18
Albums by this band include "Boy" & "Achtung Baby"
    $600 13
3-letter word whose antonyms include "ordinary" & "even"
    $600 8
In Belgium dialects of this language include Oost-Vlaams & West-Vlaams
    $600 23
This president took power after the 1981 assassination of his predecessor
    $800 5
Also called pergelisol, it's the perennially frozen subsoil of Arctic & subarctic regions
    $800 19
It's really just Trent Reznor as singer, guitarist & keyboardist for this band
    $800 14
Antonyms in the next line of the song heard here

"Karma karma karma karma karma chameleon, you..."
    $800 9
It's the official language of Dominica in the West Indies
    $800 24
This president joined the Baath political party at an early age
    $800 27
It's Charles Frazier's bestseller about a wounded Confederate soldier struggling home
    $1000 6
It's not the building where I keep my Perrier, it's the elevated tract of ground between 2 drainage areas
    $1000 20
The band Seven Mary Three got its name from motorcycle cop Jon Baker's call number on this '70s TV series
    DD: $1,000 15
Until 1974 the theory of quarks posited 3 types: strange & these 2 directions
    $1000 10
Belorussian is also known by this "colorful" name
    $1000 25
This president visited the United States October 26 to November 3, 1997
    DD: $1,000 26
This Roman emperor who succeeded Caligula narrates 2 novels by Robert Graves

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Erin Dana
$2,800 $6,400 $800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE QUOTES
First uttered in 1962, this 3-word self-introduction tops Guinness' list of the most famous movie quotes ever

Final scores:

Steve Erin Dana
$1,601 $5,800 $1
2nd place: Trip to Israel with air travel provided by El Al New champion: $5,800 3rd place: Vivitar Sport Travel Kit

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Erin Dana
$2,400 $7,400 $800
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $10,600

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