Show #3363 - Wednesday, March 31, 1999

Contestants

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Mike Lenahan, a cargo handler from Arlington Heights, Illinois

Amy McEntee, an attorney from Durham, North Carolina

Ajuan Mance, an English professor from Eugene, Oregon (whose 3-day cash winnings total $15,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
RADIO STARS
TOP O' THE STATE
(Alex: You have to identify the state.)
COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG
GANGSTERS
YOU NEED TO BE PUNISHED
    $100 10
In 1985 he said that freedom was "The universal right of all God's children"
    $100 11
This conservative icon describes himself as having "talent on loan from God"
    $100 23
Pu'u Wekiu on Mauna Kea
    $100 20
It's a dickory dock, whether or not a mouse runs up it
    $100 2
He's quoted as saying, "They've hung everything on me but the Chicago Fire"
    $100 1
Get your comeuppance & you get your "just" these, not ice cream & cake
    $200 16
His grandfather Kindred was the first of his family to settle in Georgia
    $200 12
He took over from Red Barber & has been the voice of the Dodgers for almost 50 years
    $200 24
Mount McKinley
    $200 21
Ask a Cockney barber for a dig in the grave & he should give you one of these
    $200 3
Arnold "The Brain" Rothstein was accused of masterminding the big fix of this in 1919; it wasn't proved
    $200 5
In "Hanky Panky" Madonna sings "I don't want you to thank me, you can just" do this
    $300 17
In 1965 he became the first sitting president to meet a pope in the U.S. when he met Paul VI
    $300 13
Kyle Cantrell, operations manager at Nashville's WSM-AM, is the Saturday night announcer for this show
    $300 25
Mount Whitney
    $300 22
It's what a Mother Hubbard is; hers was bare by the way
    $300 4
His brother Buck was part of his gang, as was his moll Bonnie
    $300 6
A caustic verbal attack when done with a tongue or a more painful one done with a whip
    DD: $200 18
On July 9, 1850 this president died in office; Millard Fillmore was sworn in the following day
    $400 14
Heard here, he's been the voice of the U.S. heartland for decades
("Now you know the rest of the story")
    $400 26
Mount Hood
    $400 28
We bet Camus knew this kind of person is a Glasgow Ranger
    $400 7
His fateful July 22, 1934 night at Chicago's Biograph Theater might be featured on "Biography"
    $400 9
A verb meaning to give permission, or a penalty, economic or otherwise
    $500 19
Teddy Roosevelt quipped that this successor "meant well but meant well feebly"
    $500 15
This shock jock rival of Howard Stern is heard "in the Morning" on about 100 stations
    $500 27
Mount Elbert
    $500 29
Cockneys use the name of this Dickens title character as rhyming slang for a judge
    $500 8
Bribes from Big Bill Dwyer turned members of this armed service into rum-runners
    $500 30
Literally, it means drawing a person under a ship from side to side or from bow to stern

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

Ajuan Amy Mike
$800 $0 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ajuan Amy Mike
$2,300 $1,300 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PROUST
OLYMPIC MASCOTS
PEOPLE
RUSSIAN "T" ROOM
MUSICAL MUSICALS
FIRST & LAST
    $200 1
At the age of 9 Proust had his first wheezing attack of this disease that plagued him the rest of his life
    $200 2
The 1976 Winter Games' mascot was Olympiamandl, one of these frosty guys
    $200 24
The leader of rock & roll's Family Stone
    $200 5
His writing career began with the short novel "Detstvo" in 1852; the much longer pieces came later
    $200 17
This song from "The Music Man" is Harold Hill's paean to the glory of a marching band
    $200 10
A 1961 home run king,
5 letters:
M---s
    $400 20
One of Marcel's chums at the Lycee Condorcet was Jacques, son of this "Carmen" composer
    DD: $1,200 3
The 1988 Winter Games in Calgary & the 1980 Summer Games in Moscow had species of these as mascots
    $400 25
The collective big screen name of brothers Arthur, Herbert, Julius & Leonard
    $400 6
The taiga is the forest land of Russia & this is its nearly treeless northern belt
    $400 18
I hear "Do I Hear A Waltz?" had lyrics by Stephen Sondheim & music by this Hammerstein collaborator
    $400 11
A "Snow White" dwarf,
7 letters:
B-----l
    $600 21
One of the first critiques in English of Proust's work was by this "Godot" playwright in 1931
    $600 4
Olly the Kookaburra, Syd the Platypus & Millie the Echidna will represent the games held in this year
    $600 26
This man was in the news in 1978
(Guyana)
    $600 7
In 1919 he & Lenin founded the Third International to bring together comrades from around the world
    $600 19
It featured the songs "Sunrise, Sunset" & "Matchmaker, Matchmaker"
    $600 12
A constellation,
9 letters:
A-------a
    $800 22
In the 1890s Proust helped organize petitions on behalf of this Jewish army captain
    $800 15
One of the symbols used at the 1968 games in this city was a red jaguar
    $800 29
This 11-year-old girl won an Oscar for a 1993 film
    $800 8
A group of 3 in power, or a vehicle drawn by 3 horses abreast
    $800 27
Bessie Smith's music is heard in the sultry revue of this style "in the Night"
    $800 13
A world capital,
10 letters:
M--------o
    $1000 23
In "Remembrance of Things Past", Proust immortalized this shell-shaped cake that prompted a flood of memories
    $1000 16
The computer-generated "Whatizit" that symbolized the '96 games in Atlanta was called this for short
    $1000 30
This former head of the Urban League & of Bill Clinton's transition team testified on tape Feb. 2, 1999
    $1000 9
In 1992 this news agency added ITAR to its name, for the Information-Telegraph Agency of Russia
    DD: $500 28
The title of this '50s show refers to the phone calls taken by Sue Summers' answering service
    $1000 14
An 1881 assassin,
7 letters:
G-----u

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ajuan Amy Mike
$6,200 $2,500 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

IN THE NEWS
In use from January 1, 1999, it's represented by the symbol seen here

Final scores:

Ajuan Amy Mike
$7,399 $2,500 $12,401
2nd place: Panasonic 32" TV & Broyhill Entertainment Center 3rd place: Pair of Croton Watches New champion: $12,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ajuan Amy Mike
$6,900 $2,500 $5,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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