Show #3916 - Monday, September 17, 2001

Mark Dawson game 2.

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Contestants

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Leigh Cordner, a performer from Toronto, Ontario

Juliet Chase, a high school English teacher from Somerville, Massachusetts

Mark Dawson, a business manager from Chamblee, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

MATH SYMBOLS
LEFTOVERS
"B" MOVIES
INVENTORS
FOR OLD CRIMES' SAKE
SPEAKING CAJUN
    $100 1
÷
    $100 22
This term for baby frogs means "round head", so their enemies must be Cavaliers
    $100 21
A marriage-minded monster awaits this title creation in a 1935 horror classic starring Elsa Lanchester
    $100 13
In 1964 he introduced his first musical synthesizer; it was used on Walter Carlos' "Switched On Bach" LP
    $100 3
Returning from the Third Crusade, this English "lion" king was kidnapped & held until a huge ransom was paid in 1194
    $100 5
"Hi, cher" isn't necessarily a pop star greeting; "cher" means this endearing term
    $200 2
    $200 25
If you were a Hun in 450 A.D. this man was your king
    $200 23
A dimwitted shut-in becomes the toast of Washington, D.C. society in this comedy starring Peter Sellers
    $200 15
In 1854, he demonstrated his elevator safety device by ascending in an elevator & having the rope cut
    $200 4
Assassin James Earl Ray was arrested in this capital city June 8, 1968 by Scotland Yard detectives
    $200 9
You'll find a "cocodril" on the bayou but it isn't a crocodile; it's this relative
    $300 6
    $300 26
To sing "the home of the brave" in the home of the National League Braves, you have to be in this stadium
    $300 24
As Josef Mengele, Gregory Peck sets out to breed a new race of Hitlers in this thriller
    $300 16
In 1922, he marketed quick-frozen fish, his first packaged frozen food product
    $300 14
This publishing heiress was kidnapped on February 4, 1974
    $300 10
Who was that masked animal? It was a chaoui, or this creature with 5 or 6 dark rings on its tail
    $400 7
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    $400 27
In the Marvel Comics universe it's Tony Stark's alter ego
    $400 29
Bogie stars as Phillip Marlowe in this 1946 film noir classic based on Raymond Chandler's first novel
    $400 18
There was little demand for his revolver until the Mexican-American War when the U.S. government ordered 1,000
    $400 17
Bank robber Clyde Barrow died along with this woman in a 1930s police ambush
    $400 11
Kawasaki knows "laissez les bons temps rouler!" means this
    $500 8
    $500 28
His libretto for the opera "The Devil and Daniel Webster" was based on his own short story
    $500 30
Stanley Kubrick's directorial style in this 1975 movie mimicked the detached manner of 18th century English painters
    $500 19
In 1769, he obtained his first patent, a separate condensing chamber & other improvements to the steam engine
    DD: $700 20
The man who shot Alexander Hamilton in a duel was vice president under this man
    $500 12
"May a pregnant yak chew on your ears for eternity" is a bad example of what Cajuns call gris gris or this

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

Mark Juliet Leigh
$2,200 $1,100 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Juliet Leigh
$4,500 $1,900 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

THEATRE IN THE NEW YORK TIMES
(Alex: The New York Times is celebrating its 150th birthday this week.)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
PRESIDENTS BY PARTY
SPORTS AKA
GLOBETROTTING
SINGLE DIGITS
    $200 3
The Times thinks it's fitting that the musical revue "newyorkers" features this statue singing a torch song
    $200 22
When this product was first released in 1944, it carried a picture of an Indian chief & the slogan "Don't be a paleface"
    $200 1
Federalist Party
1789-1797
    $200 17
He was known as "The Louisville Lip" & "Cassius the Brashest"
    $200 9
This man brought the Roman alphabet & Latin literature to Ireland in the 400s A.D.
    $200 10
Number of persons a love seat is designed for
    $400 4
According to the Times, this show is "Ireland's answer to the Rockettes"
    $400 26
This firm began in 1897 as Nippon Gakki Company, an organ manufacturer; electronic organs came along in 1959
    $400 2
Democratic
1913-1921
    $400 18
Nickname toted by baseball legend Leroy Paige who once advised, "Don't look back, something might be gaining on you"
    $400 11
This sixth-largest country in the world was first sighted by Europeans in the 17th century
    $400 15
We don't know how many faces death has, but a die has this many
    $600 5
Reba McEntire said that this musical show she joined in 2001 felt like her life story because she's so similar to Annie Oakley
    $600 27
This animal feed company began using its familiar red & white checkerboard trademark around 1900
    $600 8
Whig
1841-1841
    $600 19
This "Round Mound of Rebound", also dubbed "Boy Gorge", was a first round pick of the '76ers in 1984
    $600 12
About 35% of Bhutan's people are ethnically related to this small neighbor famous for its sherpas
    DD: $1,000 16
Number of legs on an orb weaver
    $800 6
Ben Brantley said the Jetsons-style Egyptian outfits in this opera-inspired show "should top every drag queen's must-have list"
    $800 28
Now a clothing retailer, it began in 1963 as a Chicago-based mail-order supplier of sailboat equipment
    $800 23
Republican
1901-1909
    $800 20
Nickname of 5'10" Harold Henry Reese of the Brooklyn Dodgers
    DD: $2,000 13
Until the 1980s the city of Harare in this country was known as Salisbury
    $800 25
Number of "Summits" in a climbing feat first completed in 1985
    $1000 7
Maxmillan Schell talked to the Times about his new role in the 2001 stage version of this film that won him an Oscar
    $1000 30
Named for its 2 owners, it introduced the first commercial drink mixer in 1911
    $1000 24
Democratic-Republican
1817-1825
    $1000 21
His Hockey Hall of Fame dad was "The Golden Jet" so naturally, this Dallas Star is known as "The Golden Brett"
    $1000 14
You'll find this 5,130-square-mile lake in Northwest Venezuela
    $1000 29
Used for self-understanding, the enneagram is a diagram showing this many personality types

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Juliet Leigh
$11,900 $6,100 $300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS PHRASES
This expression comes from a 1956 novel about Frank Skeffington's final run for mayor

Final scores:

Mark Juliet Leigh
$11,599 $1,100 $600
2-day champion: $25,198 2nd place: a trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica 3rd place: a CompUSA gift certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Juliet Leigh
$11,500 $4,900 $1,000
29 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
12 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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