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    $400 16
In "As You Like It", Shakespeare paid tribute to this "Dr. Faustus" dramatist, calling him the "Dead Shepherd"
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Show #3432 - Tuesday, July 6, 1999

Contestants

Clay Brown, a research scientist from Woodland Hills, California

Chris Sullivan, a high school Spanish teacher from Westhaven, Connecticut

Corey Leahy, a business student from Houston, Texas (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $11,500)

Jeopardy! Round

AMERICANA
SIZE MATTERS
THREE OF A KIND
THE GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO
LICKETY
SPLIT
    $100 6
Idaho's official one is titled "Here We Have Idaho"
    $100 26
As a rule, the length of this item should be 3 times the thickness of the board being fastened with it
    $100 1
Athos,
Porthos,
Aramis
    $100 21
All-American boy Jack Armstrong never tired of this "Breakfast of Champions"
    $100 11
It's the brand that takes a licking & keeps on ticking
    $100 16
Peter Gabriel & Phil Collins split from this group
    $200 7
Nicknamed the "Bay Horse", it's the capital of the "Bay State"
    $200 27
A 1.5-liter champagne bottle, or sometimes a .357 round of ammunition
    $200 2
The butcher, the baker & the candlestick-maker
    $200 22
He's the answer to the question posed in the following:
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?
    $200 12
To "lick" these is to relish in anticipation
    $200 17
The 1998 Nobel Peace Prize money was split between John Hume & David Trimble for their work in this part of the U.K.
    $300 8
This Maryland city celebrated the 200th anniversary of its incorporation in 1997
    $300 28
Olive oil with oleic acid content under 1% is graded "Extra" this
    $300 3
Alvin, Simon & Theodore
    $300 23
"Lux Radio Theatre" was brought to you by Lever Brothers, makers of the Lux brand of this product
    $300 13
On the cover of their 1983 album "Lick It Up" this group appeared without their makeup
    $300 18
In 1955 a joint unity committee was formed to bring these 2 labor groups, split since the '30s, together
    $400 9
The Actors Theatre of this Kentucky city is housed in a national historic landmark
    $400 29
American ones are 53 to 57 inches long & hang to the top of the belt buckle; the longer British ones hang lower
    $400 4
Adam,
Hoss,
Little Joe
    $400 24
"Sorry Wrong Number", a popular episode of "Suspense", starred this "Bewitched" actress
    $400 14
This Tennessee city began with the unmusical name of French Lick
    $400 19
Her relationship with Yanni lasted 9 years, 1 year longer than her run on "Dynasty"
    $500 10
In southern Florida, the "queen" type of this large sea snail is often found in chowder
    $500 30
To keep the ratios, for a 1:12 scale dollhouse buy a smaller dollhouse in this scale to put inside it
    $500 5
Kentucky Derby,
Preakness Stakes,
Belmont Stakes
    $500 25
Robert Ripley hosted the 1930s radio adaptation of this newspaper feature
    $500 15
"Lick into shape" may come from an old belief that these animals licked their formless newborn cubs into shape
    DD: $600 20
On January 1, 1993 this country split into 2 separate states

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

Corey Chris Clay
$1,800 $100 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Corey Chris Clay
$2,800 $700 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE MEXICAN WAR
MEG RYAN MOVIES
THE WRITE STUFF
LET'S GROW SOMETHING!
MONDO GEO
PRESIDENTIAL RHYME TIME
    $200 11
Mexico refused to accept the USA's annexation of this & broke off diplomatic relations in March 1845
    $200 6
In this 1989 film Meg played Sally Albright
    $200 15
The first non-European to win the Nobel Prize for Lit. was this nation's Rabindranath Tagore in 1913
    $200 21
In Holland in the 1630s, a single bulb of this plant was sold for the equivalent of over $30,000
    $200 24
Called the "Garden State", it leads the U.S. in hazardous waste sites
    $200 1
Lincoln's infants (or his female fans)
    $400 12
This exiled Mexican general headed back home from Cuba in August 1846 to aid in the fight
    $400 7
Meg supplied the speaking voice for this animated Russian title heroine; someone else did the singing
    $400 16
In "As You Like It", Shakespeare paid tribute to this "Dr. Faustus" dramatist, calling him the "Dead Shepherd"
    $400 22
Examples include nitrogen, compost & manure varieties
    $400 25
The Champs-Elysees runs from the Place de la Concorde to this Paris landmark
    $400 2
Eisenhower's two-wheelers
    DD: $1,500 13
This group's official hymn was reportedly written after the U.S. took Mexico City in 1847
    $600 8
A pilot's wife in 1986's "Top Gun", Meg joined the military in this 1996 film
    $600 18
Max Prince is the main character in this American playwright's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor"
    $600 23
The Declaration of Independence was drafted on paper made from this plant grown by Washington; it's now restricted
    $600 26
Conquered by Alexander the Great in 333 B.C., this Syrian capital is one of the oldest cities in the world
    $600 3
Kennedy's khakis
    $800 14
On April 26, 1846 this general & future president sent the message "Hostilities may now be considered as commenced"
    $800 9
1 of the 2 Meg films with "kiss" in the title
    $800 19
Pyewacket was the musical & mysterious cat in this supernatural play by John Van Druten
    $800 30
It's the technique of growing plants in a nutrient solution without soil
    DD: $1,500 27
This U.S. state leads the nation in coffee production
    $800 4
They hold up Jimmy's socks
    $1000 17
This ex-president died after voting in the House not to give medals to officers who served in a war he had opposed
    $1000 10
Meg lettered in 2 films, 1988's "D.O.A" & this 1994 film featuring Walter Matthau as Albert Einstein
    $1000 20
In 1819 this English poet wrote, "St. Agnes' Eve -- ah, bitter chill it was!"
    $1000 29
Some of the first citrus trees in California were planted by this Spanish "Apostle of California"
    $1000 28
The 2 countries that border the Czech Republic to the north are Germany & this other large country
    $1000 5
William Howard's log vessels

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Corey Chris Clay
$6,600 $5,300 $4,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

VITAMINS & MINERALS
(Alex: Let's take 'em!)
The name of this vitamin is from the Latin for "leaf" because leafy green vegetables are a good source

Final scores:

Corey Chris Clay
$10,601 $6,300 $100
2-day champion: $22,101 2nd place: Trip to Guatemala City Marriott 3rd place: Ducane Par-T-Grill

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Corey Chris Clay
$9,600 $5,300 $4,000
24 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
4 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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