Show #3413 - Wednesday, June 9, 1999

Contestants

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Kama Siegel, a recent law school graduate from Portland, Oregon

Ryan Thiel, a sign language interpreter from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Sherry Rhodes, a full-time mom from Pinckney, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
NAME THE MOVIE
WHAT'S THE MATTER...YELLOW??
TRAVEL & TOURISM
PARTY TIME!
"SEA" YA
    $100 1
In 1833 this area asked to separate from Coahuila to become its own Mexican state
    $100 16
1931:
"It's Alive!
It's Alive!"
    $100 26
Appropriately, you can see the yellow-bellied marmot in this Wyoming-Montana-Idaho national park
    $100 6
This site near Salisbury, England has huge boulders that may have come from southern Wales
    $100 12
Sir John Soane had a 3-day party after buying Seti I's sarcophagus for his home in this British capital
    $100 7
The First Daughter
    $200 2
In 1901 Buffalo Bill founded this town in the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming
    $200 22
1939:
"Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain"
    $200 27
The yellow-winged type of this mammal hopes insects don't see its yellow wings coming
    $200 9
Dow's Lake is probably the best place to view the tulips during this Canadian capital's May tulip festival
    $200 13
Heloise suggests putting fortunes inside these inflatable items instead of in cookies; then let guests pop them
    $200 8
This company's V.O. whisky had a gold & black ribbon signifying the horse racing colors of its founder
    $300 3
Frances Willard, a president of the WCTU, was the first woman honored in this Capitol building hall
    $300 23
1967:
"They call me Mr. Tibbs!"
    DD: $700 30
Call it crazy, but unlike other types of these birds, the yellow-billed one builds its own nest instead of invading
    $300 10
This country's Tikal ruins were once a ceremonial center & the largest city of the Mayan empire
    $300 19
A synonym for slumber party, it's also the title of a 1964 Annette Funicello film
    $300 11
This city's annual Seafair features various water sports & a hydroplane race on Lake Washington
    $400 4
In a March 1775 speech he also said, is "peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?"
    $400 24
1968:
"Get your stinking paws off me, you damned dirty ape!"
    $400 29
Narcissus pseudonarcissus is the scientific name of this garden flower
    $400 17
The Prins Hendrick Museum in this Dutch port city houses exhibits devoted to the history & activity of the port
    $400 20
On a party invitation, the letters RSVP stand for the French phrase "Repondez" this
    $400 14
This fish of the genus Hippocampus has the ability to change its color to conform to its background
    $500 5
The change in the American flag on July 4, 1960 was its first change since July 4 of this year
    $500 25
1967:
"I just want to say one word to you -- just one word...plastics"
    $500 28
East Africa is home to the yellow species of these large monkeys known for their colorful bottoms
    $500 18
This stone pillar from Luxor stands 75 feet high in the Place de la Concorde in Paris
    $500 21
A noisy mock serenade given for newlyweds, its name is an alteration of the French word charivari
    $500 15
In this Bobby Darin tune, "My lover stands on golden sands and watches the ships that go sailing"

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

Sherry Ryan Kama
-$100 $600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sherry Ryan Kama
$800 $2,600 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ISLAND COUNTRIES
PUT 'EM IN ORDER
FRENCH SOLDIERS
TRIVIAL STEW
LEGENDS OF SPORTS
CELEBRITY SECRET LIVES RHYME TIME
    $200 1
On Oct. 22, 1962 President Kennedy revealed that Russia had built missile bases in this country
    $200 16
"Start Me Up",
"Satisfaction",
"Jumpin' Jack Flash"
    $200 19
Gen. Joachim Murat married into this Corsican family & became king of Naples
    $200 7
In this contest using a rope, your team wins by going backwards & loses by going forwards
    $200 2
This former 49ers QB who holds many Super Bowl records almost played college basketball instead of football
    $400 3
The first permanent settler in this country was a Norwegian Viking named Ingolfr Arnarson
    $400 17
Cleopatra,
Cheops,
Tutankhamen
    $400 12
After winning Super Bowl XXI in 1987, Phil Simms pioneered the use of this reply when asked what he would do now
    $400 8
A Brantford, Ontario native, this "Great One" has rewritten the NHL record books in his stellar career
    $600 4
Nicosia & Limassol are the only 2 cities with a population of over 100,000 in this country
    $600 18
Cro-Magnon,
Australopithecus,
Neanderthal
    $600 13
She lived in a canyon, wore size 9 shoes & was gone forever after drowning in a duck pond at 9 in the morning
    $600 9
Sadly, this undefeated boxing legend from Brockton, Massachusetts died in a plane crash in 1969
    $600 22
Cosby's recreational dentistry equipment
    DD: $600 5
We're not pulling the wool over your eyes when we tell you it was the first nation to grant women the right to vote
    $800 20
Bebop,
ragtime,
swing
    $800 25
In October 1415 Charles D'Albret led the French to disaster against Henry V at this site
    $800 14
The "Extraterrestrial Highway" runs for about 100 miles in this state
    $800 10
This 1932 Olympic gold medal winner is often called the greatest female athlete of all time
    $800 23
Nobel winner Linus' bearlike attacks on the living room furniture
    $1000 6
In area, it's the larger of the 2 countries that occupy Hispaniola
    $1000 21
The Seven Years' War,
The Thirty Years' War,
The Hundred Years' War
    $1000 24
The name of this 17th C. officer, a stickler for drill & discipline, became an English word meaning the same
    $1000 15
In the courtroom mala fides, the opposite of bona fides, means to argue a case in this
    $1000 11
One of the first baseball players elected to the Hall of Fame, his lifetime batting average was .366
    $1000 26
Physicist Bohr's stiletto shoes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sherry Ryan Kama
$6,400 $6,800 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION
In a 1983 movie about a kidnapping, Daniel J. Travanti played the man who would later host this series

Final scores:

Sherry Ryan Kama
$5,601 $12,801 $1
2nd place: Trip to Outrigger Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii New champion: $12,801 3rd place: Olympus Centurion S Zoom Lens Camera

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sherry Ryan Kama
$7,000 $6,800 $2,400
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R,
5 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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