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    $400 24
In 1999 Gallup found 18% polled believed the sun revolved around the Earth, opposite to this man's 1543 theory
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Show #3652 - Tuesday, June 20, 2000

Contestants

Glen Stevens, an assistant principal from Cottage Grove, Minnesota

Mimi Collins, an assistant professor from Marlborough, Massachusetts

Gregg Fanselau, a paralegal originally from Denver, Colorado (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $29,200)

Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
COMMUNITY COLLEGES
IN THE PAST MILLENNIUM
SOURCES OF CALCIUM
(Alex: Picks your body up!)
PRO BASKETBALL
PRESIDENTIAL RHYME TIME
    $100 1
The Foxe Channel connects the Arctic Ocean with this huge Canadian bay
    $100 13
The Kapi'olani Community College is part of the university of this state
    $100 21
Adam Smith published "The Wealth of Nations" in this year, the same one in which we declared independence
    $100 26
This antacid claims it's "The No. 1 Doctor Recommended Calcium Supplement"
    $100 11
1 of 2 players named MVP 3 times while with the L.A. Lakers
    $100 3
Gerald's sabers
    $200 2
The main falls of this African waterfall lie between Livingstone & Cataract Islands
    $200 15
You either graduate from this community college in Colorado Springs, or you bust
    $200 22
In 1066 this group conquered England
    $200 27
The calcium you get from eating sardines is coming from these parts
    $200 12
Known as Dr. J, he's the only man to have led the short-lived ABA in scoring more than once; he did it 3 times
    $200 7
Ulysses' trousers
    $300 4
Latvia's capital shares its name with this nearby gulf
    $300 16
Manatee Community College is in Bradenton in this state
    $300 23
The first surviving one of these was made, (or taken) in 1826 by Joseph Nicephore Niepce
    $300 28
1/2 cup of this Japanese soy bean curd contains 258mg of calcium & not much taste
    $300 14
On April 16, 1996 this team defeated the Milwaukee Bucks to become the first in NBA history to win 70 games in a season
    $300 8
Nixon's selections
    $400 5
Carlsberg Ridge, Madagascar Basin & Java Trench are underwater geographic features of this ocean
    $400 17
Don't want to end up parking cars? Try Henry Ford Community College in this Michigan city
    $400 24
In 1999 Gallup found 18% polled believed the sun revolved around the Earth, opposite to this man's 1543 theory
    $400 29
A medium one of these has about 70mg of calcium:
(seedy tropical fruit)
    DD: $600 19
It's the only NBA team whose name comes from equipment actually used in the game today
    $400 9
The guys who transport Herbert's furniture
    $500 6
Sebastian Cabot gave South America's Rio de la Plata its name thinking there were deposits of this nearby
    $500 18
Cape Cod Community College is in Massachusetts; Cape Fear Community College is in this state
    $500 25
In 1119 this knightly order was created to protect the road to Jerusalem
    $500 30
Sometimes if you feel like a nut, have these pointy nuts that have more calcium than any other nut
    $500 20
(Hi, I'm Rebecca Lobo of the WNBA) The logo of this city's WNBA team, the Rockers, features a guitar twisted into the shape of an "R"
    $500 10
Taylor's rum cocktails

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

Gregg Mimi Glen
$2,900 $700 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gregg Mimi Glen
$5,800 $1,000 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

FEMALE POETS
KEY WORDS
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARIE ANTOINETTE
MOVIE DEBUTS
HEAVY MACHINERY
BEFORE & AFTER
    $200 2
Only 7 of her 1,775 poems were published during her lifetime
    $200 21
In 1960 this magazine opened its first Key Club in Chicago
    $200 16
The American she called "L'Ambassadeur Electrique"
    $200 1
She made her film debut in "The Way West" in 1967, the year she flew across TV screens as "The Flying Nun"
    $200 10
The soil & landfill types of this machine are larger than the type that squishes trash into bundles
    $200 3
King Arthur's furniture listed at the beginning of a book
    $400 14
She's won 2 Grammys for albums of her poetry, "On the Pulse of Morning" & "Phenomenal Woman"
    $400 22
This company added a remote keyless entry system to its 1996 Miata M edition
    $400 17
Her husband
    $400 5
James Earl Jones' film career was launched with this 1964 classic seen here:
    $400 11
It means to dig soil from the bottom of a body of water; or the machine that does it
    $400 4
Country music "Ropin' The Wind" singer's line of classic suits
    $600 15
Her husband Ted Hughes edited her posthumously published "Collected Poems"
    $600 23
On a music score, it's the set of sharp &/or flat signs that follow the clef
    $600 18
The capital city where she was born
    $600 6
Lynn Redgrave debuted in this bawdy Albert Finney romp that won the 1963 Best Picture Oscar
    $600 28
By definition it's a machine that gives a surface an even degree of slope
    $600 8
E.T.'s yearning spoken desire to dial up Tim Allen's TV show
    $800 26
This British poet spent the last 15 years of her life, 1847-1861, at Casa Guidi, her villa in Florence, Italy
    $800 24
If you read our credits you know this post on our crew is filled by Luke Lima
    $800 19
Her great-niece who married Napoleon
    $800 7
No bones about it: this "Star Trek" actor made his film debut in the 1947 thriller "Fear in the Night"
    $800 29
The machine seen here, or a nasty wrestling move:
    $800 12
"Portrait of a Lady" author who prefers his martinis shaken, not stirred
    DD: $1,000 27
This leader of the Imagist school was the sister of the famous astronomer who predicted the existence of Pluto
    DD: $4,000 25
This Ken Follett novel was about a WWII code based on a Daphne du Maurier novel
    $1000 20
Her empress mother
    $1000 9
The folks in Fargo know she married Joel Coen, who directed her first film, "Blood Simple"
    $1000 30
"Dorsal" term for a tractor having an attached bucket used for excavating
    $1000 13
Old West outlaw who wrote a biography of Dr. Johnson

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gregg Mimi Glen
$4,800 $3,800 $5,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PAPER CURRENCY
(Alex: You're playing for it!)
With one of each of the Treasury's currently produced denominations, you'd have this much money

Final scores:

Gregg Mimi Glen
$0 $100 $2,300
3rd place: $1,000 Shopping Spree courtesy of the Sony Card 2nd place: Zenith 36" Stereo TV & Tivo System & Service New champion: $2,300

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Gregg Mimi Glen
$9,800 $3,800 $5,100
29 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
0 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,700

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