Show #3308 - Wednesday, January 13, 1999


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Stacy Lammers, a communications specialist from Lansing, Michigan

Pete Heinricher, an environmental compliance specialist from Urbana, Illinois

Laura Rhodes, a teacher from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not hats off!)
    $100 29
Thousands receive care every year at this institution for homeless, neglected & abused children founded in 1917
    $100 1
Children's book title character who wears the hat seen here
    $100 11
This song begins, "In the town where I was born, lived a man who sailed the sea"
    $100 12
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi
    $100 18
Stay the course & don't change these "in midstream"
    $200 2
With the purchase of this region in 1803, the area now known as Nebraska became part of the United States
    $200 3
From the Spanish for "shade", it's the hat seen here, senor
    $200 10
That's Paul McCartney whispering in the background on this singer's "Mellow Yellow"
    $200 14
President Jacques Chirac
    $200 13
Though it sounds like a reference to oil, it's the branch of geology that studies rock composition
    $200 19
To do this is to keep your mouth tightly shut like a bivalve
    $300 23
In 1982 Nebraskans passed "Initiative 300", banning out-of-state corporations from buying these
    $300 4
As Tarzan could tell you, this hat's name refers to the plant fiber it's made from
    $300 7
This Tony Orlando & Dawn song asks, "It's been three long years, do you still want me?"
    $300 15
Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder
    $300 24
While limonite adds a yellowish tinge to marble, hematite adds this color
    $300 20
Now meaning very relaxed, to be as "loose as" this animal originally meant you were promiscuous
    DD: $600 27
From 1855 to 1867, this city was the territorial capital
    $400 5
This hat's name comes from a Rabbie Burns poem
    $400 8
From 1970's "Ladies of the Canyon" album, it's Joni Mitchell's song of ecological concerns
    $400 16
Prime Minister John Howard
    $400 25
This variety of quartz is a beautiful birthstone
    $400 21
If someone is weeping these reptilian drops, he's pretending to grieve
    $500 28
On May 6, 1877 this great Sioux Indian chief surrendered to the U.S. Army at Fort Robinson
    $500 6
The name of this hat is elementary, my dear contestant
    $500 9
The title of a 1960 No. 1 song, it's what "she wore for the first time today... so in a blanket she wanted to stay"
    $500 17
President Arpad Goncz
    $500 26
Some metamorphic rocks with light & dark-colored bands have this pleasant-sounding gname
    $500 22
When I do something well, it leaves me feeling "as proud as" this fowl

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

Laura Pete Stacy
$2,500 $200 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Pete Stacy
$3,700 $2,300 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A category that will thrill everyone--[*]--first time for us!)
    DD: $2,500 14
Johnny's performance in this role featured the death scene heard here:

"O happy dagger this is thy sheath; there rest and let me die..."
    $200 11
The English eat a mince pie named for this December holiday
    $200 8
This Michigan city's civic center has 6 complexes, including the Joe Louis Arena & the Ford Auditorium
    $200 25
In the largest meat recall in U.S. history, 25 million pounds of this were recalled in August
    $200 1
"Key Largo" was the last film he made with his fourth wife, Lauren Bacall
    $200 19
Megrim is a similar alternate word for this pain
    $400 15
Johnny should be famous for his incomparable performance in this role heard here:

"To be or not to be, that is the question..."
    $400 12
These rock cornish animals are so small you'll probably need a whole one for each person
    $400 4
The name of this Minnesota city comes from an Indian word for "water" & the Greek word for "city"
    $400 26
At least 62 wagons reenacted this religious group's 1847 trek from Illinois to Nebraska to Utah
    $400 2
Hans Conried provided the voices of Mr. Darling & Captain Hook for this 1953 film
    $400 20
To decaudate is to do this, like an old farmer's wife did to a trio of blind mice
    $600 16
No one slept through Johnny's performance in this role:

"All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand..."
    $600 13
The blood of this animal is one of the main ingredients in blood pudding
    $600 5
Areas of this Texas city include Hollywood Park, Castle Hills & Alamo Heights
    $600 3
Doris Day's most "negative" film titles may be "Do Not Disturb" & "Please Don't Eat" these
    $600 21
This term for a disturbance may be a combination of "ruction" & "rumpus"
    $800 17
Johnny was mad about playing this title character:

"How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child..."
    $800 9
It's home to the University of Kentucky & to horseracing's Toyota Blue Grass Stakes
    $800 24
Alexis Herman was sworn into this Clinton Cabinet post in May
    $800 6
Leonard Maltin called the title character of this German silent film the ugliest vampire in movie history
    $800 22
Lentigines are these & they may be spotted on a youngster
    $1000 18
Johnny was downright spritely in this role:

"If we shadows have offended, think but this and all is mended, that you have slumbered here while these visions did appear..."
    $1000 10
The name of this city at the hub of California's San Joaquin Valley is Spanish for "Ash Tree"
    DD: $1,500 7
This 1984 film, David Lean's last, depicts the culture clash between east & west on a subcontinent
    $1000 23
Decorticate a dogwood & you remove this from it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Pete Stacy
$4,700 $4,800 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the body part where you'll find the Mount of Apollo, the Mount of the Moon & the Girdle of Venus

Final scores:

Laura Pete Stacy
$6,200 $9,401 $11,101
3rd place: JBL Harmony Stereo System 2nd place: Trip to Hotel Melia Victoria, Majorca, Spain New champion: $11,101

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Laura Pete Stacy
$4,700 $7,100 $5,900
17 R,
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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Game tape date: 1998-11-11
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