Show #3440 - Friday, July 16, 1999

Contestants

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Ellen Lamb, a regulatory association spokeswoman from Washington, D.C.

Mike Choyke, an attorney from Pearland, Texas

Vic Chandhok, a mediator from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

CONTINENTS BY VOLCANO
(Alex: We'll give you the volcano, you name the continent.)
IT HAPPENED IN '99
(Alex: But not necessarily 1999 - keep that in mind!)
PEOPLE
BUGS
NO. 1 COUNTRY HITS
"TIE" ME UP
    $100 13
Mount Cameroon
    $100 11
On July 15, 1099 this city fell to the Crusaders
    $100 2
This Guns N' Roses lead vocalist was born William Bailey
    $100 17
Lyme disease is transmitted to humans via the deer species of this bug
    $100 26
In the title of a 1990 single of the year, Garth Brooks had "friends" here
    $100 1
In other words, attached via the ribbons on a protective kitchen garment
    $200 14
Erebus
    $200 15
In 1799 he overthrew the Directory & became first consul
    $200 3
In "Blue Hawaii", this "Murder, She Wrote" star, then 35, played the mother of 26-year-old Elvis Presley
    $200 18
Each species of this bioluminescent bug has its own characteristic flashing pattern
    $200 27
In 1996 this Canadian-born woman sang, "If you're not in it for love, I'm out of here"
    $200 4
The Keaton family lived in Columbus, Ohio on this popular '80s sitcom
    DD: $500 12
Cotopaxi
    $300 16
This famous theatre was built in London's Bankside in 1599
    $300 7
In the 1960s he founded a bricklaying business, pumping bricks, to finance his bodybuilding career
    $300 19
The brightly colored harlequin bug, also known by this "smelly" name, is a cabbage pest
    $300 28
This 1992 George Strait film spawned 2 No. 1 hits: "I Cross My Heart" & "Heartland"
    $300 5
In slang to become intoxicated is to do this
    $400 23
Santorini
    $400 22
1499's Peace of Basel helped lead to the independence of the cantons that became this modern nation
    $400 8
In 1998 this former "Entertainment Tonight" host apppeared on boxes of Kellogg's Oat Bran Flakes
    $400 20
Species of this insect include rhinoceros, Hercules & Goliath
    $400 29
Brooks & Dunn song about about a honky-tonk "Where all the cowboy folk go to" do this dance
    $400 6
It's an additional period of play designed to establish a winner among contestants with the same score
    $500 25
Redoubt
    $500 24
Construction of the world-famous Palazzo Vecchio began in 1299 in this Italian city
    $500 9
This director of the Vietnam War film "Platoon" was awarded a Bronze Star during his tour of duty in the war
    $500 21
The 2 types of insects that make up the order Lepidoptera
    $500 30
Her 1991 release "She's in Love with the Boy" was the first debut single by a country female to reach No. 1
    $500 10
Sometimes this colorful accessory is required

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Vic Mike Ellen
$200 $200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Vic Mike Ellen
$2,500 $400 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

ROOF OF THE WORLD
ADVERTISING
WHAT'S YOUR MEDICAL BAG?
(Alex: We're talking about traditional medical specialties for this category.)
SPORTS HISTORY
AUTHORS' AFFAIRS
BEFORE & AFTER
    $200 18
This shaggy ox is used by Tibetans as a beast of burden, its hair for tents
    $200 14
These ads are so called because they're divided into types like personals, estate sales & rooms for rent
    $200 2
The administration of general & local drugs to produce insensibility
    $200 1
At the first modern Olympics, this race was 40,000 meters, slightly shorter than the distance now standard
    $200 5
The film "In Love and War" draws on the diary of Agnes Von Kurowsky, who got to know this author in WWI
    $200 19
Spielberg's 1998 WWII movie about Tatum's dad
    $400 20
Tibet's highest point, it lies on the border with Nepal
    $400 11
In the '60s adwoman Mary Wells persuaded Braniff to paint these in cheerful colors
    $400 3
The functions & diseases of the blood
    $400 4
Abbreviated NASL, it peaked in the 1970s with stars like Franz Beckenbauer & Pele
    $400 9
He based Lara in "Dr. Zhivago" on his mistress Olga Ivinskaya
    $400 24
Viking explorer known for his cross-eyed seagull comedy routines
    $600 21
The 1,000-room, 13-floor Potala Palace overlooking this Tibetan capital is now a museum
    $600 15
Ed Herlihy told you how to cook with Velveeta during 40 years as "The Voice of" this company
    $600 26
The diagnosis, treatment & prevention of tumors
    $600 6
Henry Armstrong is the only boxer to hold titles in 3 classes at once -- featherweight, welterweight & this
    DD: $800 10
Best known for her romance with Sartre, she also had a fling with Chicago novelist Nelson Algren
    $600 25
"Waste Land" poet who gave up writing to become an "Untouchable" cop
    $800 22
The Tibetan alphabet is based on the alphabet of this ancient language of India
    $800 16
Peggy Charren founded "Action for" this kind of "Television" to help reduce overbearing advertising in it
    $800 29
The correction or prevention of skeletal deformities, sometimes by surgery
    $800 7
This golfer came back from a near-fatal car accident to win the 1950 U.S. Open
    $800 12
His lover, stage designer Aline Bernstein, helped him publish "Look Homeward, Angel"
    $800 27
Fossil guy named for a German valley stars in a Quixote musical
    DD: $1,500 23
Tibet is the source of this river that empties into the South China Sea near Ho Chi Minh City
    $1000 17
The agency of Doyle, Dane & this man created classic campaigns for Avis & for Levy's rye bread
    $1000 30
The study of the kidney & its diseases
    $1000 8
(Hi, I'm Keith Olbermann.) Baseball free agency was set in motion with a lawsuit filed by this Cardinal center fielder
    $1000 13
W.B. Yeats' love Maud Gonne was a founder of this Irish party whose name means "We Ourselves"
    $1000 28
Little-known collaborative effort by Chaucer & Michener

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Vic Mike Ellen
$6,900 $1,200 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
The 2 U.S. presidents who died at the youngest ages, 82 years apart

Final scores:

Vic Mike Ellen
$11,601 $2,400 $7,000
2-day champion: $25,101 3rd place: Vivitar Sport Travel Kit 2nd place: Train Trip through Western Canada

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Vic Mike Ellen
$8,200 $1,200 $7,300
23 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R,
3 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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