Show #3328 - Wednesday, February 10, 1999

1999 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.


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Juliet Wiley, a stay-at-home mom from Plano, Texas

David Bagley, an attorney from San Diego, California

Pat Healy, an index editor from Vallejo, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
The Indonesian flag has 2 colors: red on top for courage & this below for purity
    $100 21
The University of Alabama
    $100 11
In 1762 he moved to New Haven & became a druggist; traitor came later
    $100 2
The "Schu" was on the other foot when Schumann discovered this man's "Great" symphony in manuscript
    $100 1
In this play, Cicero's speech leads Casca to state the obvious: "It was Greek to me"
    $100 26
The vulture that Quechua-speakers gave this name was probably of the Andean species, not the California
    $200 17
Government buildings are found around Medan Merdeka, or Freedom Square, in this capital
    $200 22
The U.S. Naval Academy
    $200 12
While the Miss U.S.A. pageant moves around, the Miss America pageant is always held here
    $200 7
Wilhelm Friedemann & Johann Christian, 2 of his composer sons, were born 25 years apart
    $200 3
When he asks the Merchant of Venice for "a pound of flesh", he means it, literally
    $200 27
Today, the Quechua word for "flat plain" is used as the name of this vast Argentine plain
    $300 18
Indonesia is a member of OPEC as one of the chief producers of this in the Far East
    $300 23
The University of Tennessee
    $300 13
It's the cabinet post that advises the government on legal matters
    $300 8
He won a Pulitzer Prize for "Appalachian Spring" & an Oscar for the score of "The Heiress"
    $300 4
He hoped King Duncan's death would be the first "Be-all and end-all"
    $300 28
Still popular with convenience store boys, these strips of dried beef have a Quechua name
    $400 19
Good news -- you're elected to a 5-year term in the main assembly; bad news -- it only has to meet this often
    $400 24
Penn State
    $400 14
In 1966 he was elected governor of Maryland
    $400 9
First & last name of the composer of the following ("Thus Spake Zarathustra")
    $400 5
The phrase "fair play" is introduced & the Magna Carta is left out of the play named for this king
    $400 29
The word for this kind of South American cowboy is derived from Quechua
    $500 20
The first president of the country; like many Indonesians he only used one name
    $500 25
The University of Arizona
    $500 15
He was Secretary of State in Sam Houston's cabinet
    $500 10
The last name of this "Pagliacci" composer translates to "lionhorse"
    DD: $500 6
After mistakenly killing this man, Hamlet describes himself as "cruel only to be kind"
    $500 30
Neighboring Aymara-speakers named the alpaca, but this related but larger beast of burden has a Quechua name

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

Pat David Juliet
$400 $2,000 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat David Juliet
$1,000 $4,100 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That was a great one!)
(Alex: The book)
    $200 21
In 1054 the Chinese observed one of these "super" astronomic cataclysms that ends a star's life
    $200 12
This star of "Slumber Party '57" & "Terms Of Endearment" was one of the voices used to create E.T.'s voice
    $200 26
In the novel, this cape is referred to as "The Italy, so to speak, of Massachusetts"
    $200 11
Shortly before "The Lord is my shepherd", this same book asks, "My God, why hast thou forsaken me?"
    $200 6
As ham radio fan Roger Mahoney holds this rank in Los Angeles, it must mean no ham on Fridays
    $200 1
Brick cheese was invented in 1877 in this state, America's Dairyland
    $400 22
At Clermont on Nov. 27, 1095 the first of these holy missions was proclaimed
    $400 13
"The Blackboard Jungle" was the debut film of this actor, Jennifer Jason Leigh's father
    $400 27
Last name of the hero of "The Bostonians", or a Mel Gibson film about kidnapping
    $400 14
This outdated word for a type of food poisoning is from Greek for "corpse"
    $400 7
If you'd like to talk to royalty, try calling JY1, this king of Jordan
    $400 2
"Like" this cheese is a synonym for holey
    $600 23
Pope Gregory VII did this to German emperor Henry IV, but relented when Henry begged for 3 days
    DD: $3,000 18
John Huston's "The Misfits" was the last complete film for these 2 screen superstars
    $600 28
Some say Miss Birdseye is a satire of this "Scarlet Letter" author's sister-in-law
    $600 15
The pterodactyl had pteeth but, as its name indicates, this later pterosaur didn't
    $600 8
In addition to the car radio waves, he's heard on the ham bands
    $600 3
Societe is considered by some as the world's leading brand of this blue cheese
    $800 24
Son-of-a-gun, we'll have big fun on this work that depicts the Norman invasion of England
    $800 19
This Frenchman spoke the only word heard in Mel Brooks' "Silent Movie"
    $800 29
Basil thinks Doctor Prance would look like this novel's Esmeralda, "If she... only had a goat"
    DD: $1,000 16
She's the woman in the Francois Gerard painting seen here
    $800 9
The address for this ham radio operator's call sign, EA0JC, is Royal Palace, Madrid, Spain
    $800 4
This cheese is also called "rat cheese"
    $1000 25
By 1018 Emperor Basil the Bulgar-Slayer had put the Balkan Peninsula under this empire's control
    $1000 20
Playing Zira, she was the only performer to appear in each of the first 3 "Planet Of The Apes" movies
    $1000 30
Henry James thought his novel resembled the work of this French author of "La Comedie Humaine"
    $1000 17
This hallucinogen is found in the type of mushrooms used in Aztec religious rituals
    $1000 10
Houston, we have a ham, this first American woman to walk in space
    $1000 5
This protein that's about 3% of milk's weight is the chief ingredient in cheese

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat David Juliet
$9,800 $7,900 $3,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

In Mexico, this beloved American musical is sometimes known as "La Novicia Rebelde"

Final scores:

Pat David Juliet
$15,801 $12,400 $6,000
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pat David Juliet
$7,400 $7,900 $4,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,300

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Game tape date: 1999-01-05
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