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    $800 4
The hot case in the headlines of 1921 concerned this pair of anarchists accused of robbery & murder
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Show #3755 - Friday, December 22, 2000

Contestants

Rahsaan Footman, a mechanical engineering student from West Covina, California

Richard Kolostian, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

Robin Jones, a technical editor and writer from Urbana, Illinois (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $15,401)

Jeopardy! Round

THE 50 STATES
CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG
BOOKS ABOUT PRESIDENTS
(Alex: You have to identify the subject of each book.)
SPELL IT: -ABLE OR -IBLE?
(Alex: And in this category, you have to spell it; it'll either end in -able or -ible.)
PLANE TALK
HAPPY HANUKKAH!
(Alex: A celebration of the festival that began last evening.)
    $100 1
On its 1996 auto centennial license plate, this state claimed to be the "World's Motor Capital"
    $100 22
"Woodstock", the group's first hit together, was written by this onetime gal pal of Graham Nash
    $100 13
"Dutch"
    $100 6
Adjective for an expense that can be subtracted from earnings in regards to income taxes
    $100 7
The plane he used for his 1960 presidential campaign was named Caroline
    $100 12
Hanukkah celebrates the miracle of a small vial of oil that lit up the temple for this many days
    $200 2
The crawfish is its state crustacean & the alligator its state reptile
    $200 23
Stills & Young came from Buffalo Springfield, Nash from The Hollies & Crosby flew off from this group
    $200 16
"The Man From Plains"
    $200 21
Easily carried, such as a typewriter or radio
    $200 8
This magazine publisher once had an all-black DC-9 named Big Bunny
    $200 14
During Hanukkah it's customary to serve doughnuts & these potato pancakes
    $300 3
Gila, Pima & Yuma are all counties in this state
    $300 24
In 1997 Crosby, Stills & Nash performed at this university to commemorate the 27th anniv. of the shootings there
    $300 17
"The Prairie Years" & "The War Years"
    $300 27
Impossible to remove or erase, such as a style of ink
    $300 9
His Convair 880 jet, the Lisa Marie, had the letters TCB & a lightning bolt on the tail
    $300 15
Young & old like to gather their coins & take a "spin" at this
    $400 4
The name of this one of the mountain states is from the Spanish for "mountainous"
    $400 25
David Crosby made big news when it was revealed that he fathered this rocker & Julie Cypher's 2 children
    $400 18
"Breach of Faith"
    $400 28
A peace officer having minor judicial functions, usually in a small town
    $400 10
This country singer once had a private jet named Marianne, not Lucille or The Gambler
    $400 20
Hanukkah is also called "The Feast of" this family of patriots who were led by Judah
    $500 5
Of the states bordering an ocean, this New England state has the shortest coastline, 13 miles
    $500 30
(Hello everybody, I'm Graham Nash) With an eye on the new millennium, our 2000 tour was dubbed this
    $500 19
"The Quiet President"
    $500 29
In football it's a substitute offensive play called by the quarterback as an adjustment to a defense
    DD: $400 11
At 7:52 A.M., May 20, 1927 this single-engine monoplane took off from Roosevelt Field heading east
    $500 26
The first Hanukkah was sort of a belated celebration of this harvest festival that uses little huts

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Robin Richard Rahsaan
$900 $400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Richard Rahsaan
$2,700 $1,600 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
HAMBURGERS
(Alex: Hey, we love it!)
TOP "ING"s
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letters "I-N-G".)
MUSTARD
CATS UP
MANETS
    $200 1
In 1876 Boss Tweed fled to Spain & in 1877 this famous Sioux leader fled to Canada
    $200 16
For work on behalf of the antiwar movement, Hamburg-born Carl von Ossietzky won this prize in 1936
    $200 6
A consumer product lists its active ones
    $200 11
There's a mustard museum in Mt. Horeb in this dairy state
    $200 17
This 2-word name for the cougar or puma implies that it lives at high altitude
    $200 26
Monet's influence is apparent in Manet's painting of this river, seen here
    $400 2
The Carpetbaggers were northerners who moved south after the Civil War to take part in this process
    $400 22
Hamburger Hans Rey's first book about a famous kids' character, it begins, "This is George. He lived in Africa"
    $400 7
A bar of gold or silver bullion
    $400 12
It's the question asked by a man in a Rolls Royce in a TV commercial for mustard
    $400 18
This grinning creature that looks down at Alice in Wonderland is convinced it's mad
    $400 27
The liveliness of this place is reflected in the mirror behind the bar in the masterpiece seen here
    $600 3
Production was halted on the B-1 bomber in 1977 & the development of this building-saving bomb was announced
    $600 23
Hamburg-born Adolf Neuendorff conducted the first American performance of this man's "Lohengrin" in 1871
    $600 8
First name of "Seventh Seal" helmsman Bergman
    $600 13
Bottles of "America's Favorite Mustard" feature a red flag with the name of this brand on it
    DD: $1,800 19
This Tennessee Williams portrait of Southern degeneracy opened in New York on March 24, 1955
    $600 28
In "Execution of the Emperor", he's the former Mexican leader facing a firing squad, seen here
    $800 4
The hot case in the headlines of 1921 concerned this pair of anarchists accused of robbery & murder
    $800 24
"Opus 49, No. 4" is the official name of this Hamburger's "Lullaby"
    $800 9
Last name of Shirley Jones' second husband
    $800 14
Creole mustard is usually flavored with this pungent root that's used as a condiment
    $800 20
Close friends of this garbage-can-dwelling Hanna-Barbera feline get to call him T.C.
    $800 29
Manet's brother Eugene is sitting next to the naked gal in this masterpiece seen here
    DD: $1,200 5
Post held by General George C. Marshall when he announced his "plan" June 5, 1947
    $1000 25
Born in Hamburg, he strapped on his helmet & served as West German chancellor 1974-82, before another Helmut, Kohl
    $1000 10
Pro basketball's Lakers once played their home games at The Forum in this southern California city
    $1000 15
A type of mustard was named for this city that's the capital of the Cote D'Or department
    $1000 21
Disney created the fearsome design on this WWII fighter group's plane seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Richard Rahsaan
$8,100 $5,600 $4,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
This co-founder of United Artists returned to the U.S. in 1972 to pick up a special Oscar

Final scores:

Robin Richard Rahsaan
$4,999 $11,199 $400
2nd place: Trip to the Aladdin Resort & Casino, Las Vegas New champion: $11,199 3rd place: His & Hers Electric Ecruisers Bikes

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Robin Richard Rahsaan
$8,100 $5,400 $3,300
19 R,
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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