Suggest correction - #3534 - 2000-01-06

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    $500 25
Brecht & Weill's "Die Dreigroschenoper" is known as this in English

Show #3534 - Thursday, January 6, 2000


Mike Monday, a legal staffing specialist originally from Brookfield, Wisconsin

Jimmy Vollman, an actor from Glendale, California

Marc Hirsh, a study abroad program coordinator from Indianapolis, Indiana (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $800)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will name a businessman, you have to identify his famous partner.)
    $100 7
Fittingly, the book of Numbers begins with God telling this man to count the number of Israelites
    $100 1
These 2 countries nicknamed the Bear & the Dragon conducted a "verbal war"
    $100 2
In 1994 at age 18, he became the youngest golfer to win the U.S. Amateur Golf Tournament
    $100 21
Mother Goose rhyming line that follows "Rub-a-dub-dub"
    $100 16
In suds:
Eberhard Anheuser &...
    $100 26
Days out of prison in 1945, he married Maria Eva Duarte; we now know her as Evita
    $200 8
Numbers appears at this number position in the order of the books of the Bible
    $200 12
Strike up the band; this Christian organization turned 100 in June
    $200 3
Except during WWII, this golf tournament has been played at the Augusta National Golf Club every year since 1934
    $200 22
It beats 2 pair, but not a straight
    $200 17
In pharmaceuticals:
William Bristol &...
    $200 27
While trying to colonize what's now this state, Juan Ponce de Leon received a mortal wound from the natives
    $300 9
Of the 12 spies sent, only Caleb & this future leader believed the Israelites could take Canaan
    $300 13
On January 20, 1965 he was inaugurated as U.S. vice president
    $300 4
This stretch of closely mowed grass from the tee to the green may be straight or at an angle called a dogleg
    $300 23
Stalin, FDR & Churchill were known by this collective nickname when they met in Teheran in 1943
    $300 18
In advertising:
Jay Chiat &...
    $300 30
Juan Belmonte is considered the founder of the modern version of this sport, ole!
    $400 10
In chapter 8, this tribe of Israelites is appointed to work in the tabernacle
    DD: $500 14
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on Oct. 25, 1965, maybe it got its prize money in pennies on the 31st
    $400 5
This hazard is simply a depression in the ground; if it contains sand it's called a sand trap
    $400 24
In 1979 this nuclear power plant near Harrisburg experienced a near meltdown
    $400 19
In engines:
Stephen Briggs &...
    $400 29
1998's MVP in the American League was outfielder Juan Gonzalez, then with this team
    $500 11
In chapter 20, Eleazar succeeds this man, his father, as high priest
    $500 15
This company's new Toronado eliminated the hump on the floor with a new drive system
    $500 6
This "Royal & Ancient Golf Club" of Scotland set the standard for a round of golf at 18 holes
    $500 25
Brecht & Weill's "Die Dreigroschenoper" is known as this in English
    $500 20
In fashion:
Domenico Dolce &...
    $500 28
In 1995 he was named ASCAP's Latin Songwriter of the Year & in 1996, sang a duet with Paul Anka

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Marc Jimmy Mike
$1,000 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marc Jimmy Mike
$1,900 $2,600 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the city.)
    $200 26
In 1976 this company produced the Pony, the first Korean car
    $200 1
Advice that's the title of a 1941 W.C. Fields film
    $200 11
Robert Peary was surprised to hear these natives accompanying him complain of cold noses
    $200 16
    $200 6
In the '70s he played America's favorite bigot, Archie Bunker
    $200 21
Quirks of this Eurocar include the ignition lock in the center console
    $400 27
It's enlightening to know the eighth day of the fourth lunar month is celebrated as his birthday
    $400 2
(Hi, I'm Garry Marshall) I sent copy editor Drew Barrymore back to high school for an undercover assignment in this 1999 comedy
    $400 12
Edward Bransfield, a possible discoverer of Antarctica, had to battle these birds to get ashore
    $400 17
    $400 7
Before he was a Yippie leader & one of the "Chicago Seven", he was a pharmaceuticals salesman
    $400 22
It's how you properly address the Queen of England
    DD: $800 28
The name of this martial art resembling karate is Korean for "art of kicking and punching"
    $600 3
This 1977 movie about a schizophrenic girl was adapted from Joanne Greenberg's book of the same name
    $600 13
In 1969, on dogsled, a British team made the first surface crossing of this ocean
    $600 18
In Scandinavia:
    $600 8
A legendary lineman for the Giants & the Rams, he also published a "Needlepoint Book for Men"
    $600 23
Biblical man with a talking ass
    $800 29
Reportedly, the farther south you go, the hotter you'll find this common dish of pickled cabbage
    DD: $800 4
Despite the promise of its title, this 1984 fantasy movie is 94 minutes long; the 1991 sequel is only 90 minutes
    $800 14
This South Pole conqueror died trying to rescue Umberto Nobile, who eventually lived to be 93
    $800 19
On the continent:
    $800 9
He was a comic foil as Mr. Mooney on "The Lucy Show" & Mr. Wilson on "Dennis the Menace"
    $800 24
Architect Eero
    $1000 30
South Korea's second-largest city, it gave its name to a Korean war "perimeter"
    $1000 5
The 2 James Bond films that have "Never" in the title
    $1000 15
This man who sailed with Scott later made a daring trek when his ship Endurance was trapped by ice
    $1000 20
In the Midwest:
    $1000 10
He played the title character in "Sunday in the Park with George" when it debuted on Broadway
    $1000 25
This river "trans"its South Africa & flows into the Orange

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marc Jimmy Mike
$5,700 $5,000 $3,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

First published in 1946, a book written by this man became the bestselling book in the U.S. after the Bible

Final scores:

Marc Jimmy Mike
$1,300 $599 $5,701
2nd place: Trip to Aruba Sonesta Resort at Seaport Village 3rd place: Panasonic Palmcam Digital Camera New champion: $5,701

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Marc Jimmy Mike
$5,600 $5,000 $3,000
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
15 R,
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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