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    $200 8
Use this porcine anguagelay to confuse your iendsfray
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Show #3360 - Friday, March 26, 1999

Contestants

Beth Slattery, a college admissions officer originally from Brockton, Massachusetts

Dane Bevan, a facilities manager from Portland, Oregon

Ajuan Mance, an English professor from Eugene, Oregon (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $5,801)

Jeopardy! Round

AFTER THE WHITE HOUSE
JEFF GOLDBLUM FILMS
EPITAPHS
"DAY" OR "NIGHT"
PIGS
FEET
(Alex: I don't know what that means!)
    $100 9
Returning to the Senate in 1875, he served with senators who had voted "Guilty" at his impeachment trial
    $100 2
Jeff was the voice of caution in this 1993 dinosaur blockbuster
    $100 26
"Author of the Declaration of American Independence..."
    $100 1
If you're habitually up & active late into the night you're one of these "bird"s
    $100 7
In the classic folktale, this trio faces off against a huffing, puffing wolf
    $100 16
This common name for the foot's calcaneus bone is also a command to control a dog
    $200 10
In 1841 he represented the Amistad mutineers before the Supreme Court
    $200 3
Jeff was an L.A. party guest who said that he'd forgotten his mantra in this 1977 Woody Allen classic
    $200 27
"Quoth the raven nevermore"
    $200 15
A trademark for luminous paints & colors like that of my "Rocket Red" underwear
    $200 8
Use this porcine anguagelay to confuse your iendsfray
    $200 17
Fallen arches in adults can lead to this condition known medically as pes planus
    $300 11
He continued to support the political career of protege James "Young Hickory" Polk
    $300 4
Jeff tests himself in a matter transporter machine with not-so-good results in this 1986 horror film
    $300 28
"Truth and history. 21 men. The boy bandit king -- he died as he had lived"
    $300 18
One of mine is being chased by a tyrannosaurus rex, one of yours may be "on Elm Street"
    $300 12
This country is the number one producer & consumer of fresh pork, hopefully not all sweet & sour
    $300 21
Someone held in high regard who shows disappointing weakness is said to have these kind of feet
    $400 23
Although he "crashed" in the election of 1932, he later led 2 commissions to reorganize the executive branch
    $400 5
Jeff was an executive at a shipping network & Eddie Murphy was a televangelist in this 1998 comedy
    DD: $1,000 29
"61/61. Against all odds"
    $400 19
The goddess Eos knows it's another word for dawn
    $400 13
In the "Te" of this character, he asks, "Supposing a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?"
    $400 22
The bones of these foot parts are called phalanges
    $500 24
In 1984 Jimmy Carter worked his first building project for this international organization
    $500 6
Alien Jeff Goldblum finds love with Valley Girl Geena Davis in this wacky 1989 musical
    $500 30
"Man of 1000 Voices"
    $500 20
On his 20th attempt, Dale Earnhardt won this grueling auto race February 15, 1998
    $500 14
The phrase about "living" this way is from a Southern expression for the better off getting the better pork
    $500 25
From the Latin for "on foot", it's a person who travels that way

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

Ajuan Dane Beth
$800 $1,500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ajuan Dane Beth
$2,500 $2,700 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

TOWNS & CITIES
POP MUSIC
GRAB BAG
ENDS IN "UM"
CEDERS
(Alex: A brief word about "Ceders"; it's spelled differently there: this whole category has to do with people who have ceded something; given up something.)
SINAI
    $200 6
This South Dakota capital was first known as Mahto, Sioux for "bear"
    $200 1
Mark Knopfler & Neil Dorfsman produced this group's "Money for Nothing"
    $200 11
This dentist drilled Tom McLowery at the O.K. Corral on October 26, 1881
    $200 16
The Louvre or Prado, for example
    $200 26
After the First Punic War this island was ceded to Rome in an offer it couldn't refuse
    $200 21
Before his "of Arabia" days, he built a raft in defiance of an Ottoman order & visited the Sinai's Pharaoh's Island
    $400 7
Every October 23 this California city's swallows leave its mission for the winter, but return on March 19
    $400 2
Some Hindus were taken aback at her 1998 MTV Video Awards performance of "Ray of Light"
    $400 12
It's the first color mentioned in the song "America the Beautiful"
    $400 17
Term for the minimum number of people required at a meeting to conduct business legally
    $400 27
Under the Treaty of Utrecht France ceded Acadia in what is now this country to England
    $400 22
Chapter 19 of this Biblical book says the Hebrews left Egypt & "The same day came they into the wilderness of Sinai"
    $600 8
Founded in 1565, this Florida city served as one of Spain's North American military headquarters
    DD: $1,000 3
(Hi, I'm Rebecca Herbst from "General Hospital") On "G.H." Miguel Morez was played by Ricky Martin, an ex-member of this Puerto Rican singing group
    $600 13
This word for fun little facts comes from the Latin for "The place where 3 roads meet"
    $600 18
It's where you keep your guppies, gourami & mollies
    $600 28
This national park created in 1890 didn't have its spectacular valley until California ceded it in 1906
    $600 23
Still in the Sinai are these "inhabitants of the desert" who wandered in over the last 1,400 years
    DD: $1,000 9
Located 60 miles west of Albany, it's the burial site of the author of the "Leatherstocking Tales"
    $800 4
"Ukulele Lady" is a track on her "Bathhouse Betty" album
    $800 14
It's elementary, if 98 is California & 100 is Enrico Fermi, then 99 is this man
    $800 19
This lightest metal is often used in the treatment of manic depression
    $800 29
The Munich Pact ceded the western part of Czechoslovakia, known as this, to Germany
    $800 24
This metal from the mines of El Maghara helped usher in the Bronze Age in the area
    $1000 10
Once a large Mormon settlement, this Illinois town is now home to a Labor Day weekend grape festival
    $1000 5
This "We're an American Band" band was named after a railroad line
    $1000 15
This futuristic novel written in the 1940s was originally to be titled "The Last Man in Europe"
    $1000 20
It's the point or support on which a lever pivots
    $1000 30
Spain ceded this largest of the Marianas to the U.S. in 1898 & sold the rest to Germany in 1899
    $1000 25
Israel, which occupied the peninsula from 1967 to 1982, withdrew because of these accords

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ajuan Dane Beth
$2,700 $6,500 $5,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
As minister to Mexico, he was authorized by President Pierce to buy border land for the railroads

Final scores:

Ajuan Dane Beth
$2,700 $1,799 $1,900
2-day champion: $8,501 3rd place: Oz Airlines Balloon Flight over Southern California 2nd place: Techmedia Computer System & CardScan Plus Scanner

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ajuan Dane Beth
$3,700 $7,100 $5,600
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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