Show #3315 - Friday, January 22, 1999


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Amy Rosenfeld, an environmental policy specialist from Washington, D.C.

Earl Smith, a state fraud manager from Detroit, Michigan

Mark Whittinghill, a computer technician and musician from Fayetteville, Arkansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
In the Pledge of Allegiance, it's the 4-word phrase that precedes "Indivisible"
    $100 1
Born in Lille, he's the famous general & statesman seen here
    $100 16
This great dramatist's works include "Tamburlaine the Great" & "The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus"
    $100 20
Dazzling works by Bernardo Strozzi of Genoa include one of this woman's "Annunciation"
    $100 25
Born September 18, 1905, this glamorous Swede's real last name was Gustafsson
    $100 4
TV ads for this beer feature a lizard trying to help frogs "croak"
    $200 12
This fiery temperance activist believed her name had been divinely preordained
    $200 2
When English king Edward III claimed the French throne in 1337, this war began; it lasted until 1453!
    $200 17
"The Fellowship of the Ring" is volume 1 of this Tolkien trilogy
    $200 21
Sculpted by Michelangelo around 1515, he's the Hebrew leader seen here
    $200 26
She's the only Swedish actress to win 3 Oscars
    $200 5
Headquartered in Golden, Colorado, this brewing company was begun by a young Prussian immigrant in 1873
    $300 13
Senator Joseph McCarthy was the first guest on this CBS show when it premiered November 7, 1954
    $300 3
It was the Roman designation for the region virtually identical with modern France
    $300 18
This author of "The Man With Two Left Feet" & "My Man Jeeves" was a prisoner of the Germans during WWII
    $300 22
One of the greatest painters of the Venetian school, this 16th century artist was born Tiziano Vecellio
    $300 27
This multi-talented lovely from Valsjobyn received an Oscar nomination for her role in "Tommy"
    $300 6
Country singer Johnny Russell pined for his "Rednecks, white socks and" this beer from Pabst
    $400 14
This state of feeling estranged from one's world sounds like a FOX TV drama about refugees from another galaxy
    $400 9
The first French ruler with this name was Charlemagne's successor & was crowned in 813
    $400 19
A character in "The Rivals", this woman utters hilarities like "He is the very pineapple of politeness"
    $400 23
Lesser known works by this Italian master include "The Virgin Of The Rocks" & "The Adoration Of The Magi"
    $400 28
Birgitta Andersson used this first name when acting in classics like "Wild Strawberries"
    $400 7
You'll find the world's largest brewing company in this Missouri city
    $500 15
Status seekers know it's what MFN stands for in world trade
    $500 10
Armand du Plessis, chosen to be first minister of France in 1624, is better known as this
    $500 30
This pre-Raphaelite poet & painter dug up some of his poems years after their burial with his wife
    DD: $900 24
This painter & sculptor who painted the little girl seen here was influenced by cubism & African sculpture
    $500 29
This daughter of Swedish actor Stig Olin starred in "Havana" & "Enemies, A Love Story"
    $500 8
This brand is "The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous"

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

Mark Earl Amy
$1,400 $900 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Earl Amy
$1,600 $1,100 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the team.)
    $200 7
"So Boaz took" this woman "and she was his wife"; she was also the great-grandmother of David
    $200 18
This arrow-shooting constellation is a centaur of attention in the night sky
    $200 1
Yogi Berra
    $200 12
A.A. Fair is a fairly well-known pen name of this Perry Mason author
    $200 2
Cotton is an important crop along the Nile River Valley in Sudan & this country
    $200 13
Pertaining to a sailor, or to his belly button
    $400 8
In chapter 2 of the book named for her, she became queen of Persia
    $400 19
From 1976 to 1979, this automaker launched "Arrows"
    $400 25
Johnny Bench
    $400 23
Hunting for this Oz creator's "Boy Fortune Hunters" books? Look for the pen name Floyd Akers
    $400 3
This country was named for the Camaroes, or shrimp, the Portuguese found in the Wouri River
    $400 14
Take note, it can mean to jot down, or a religious ceremony
    $600 9
The name of this wicked idol worshipper is often applied to a shameful seductress
    $600 20
Shakespearean character who speaks about "The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune"
    $600 28
Roy Campanella
    $600 24
Comic strip creator whose original name was Alfred Gerald Caplin
    $600 4
Toukbal is the highest point in this range, the traditional territory of the Berbers
    $600 15
To survey opinions, or what an artist paints on
    $800 10
Not to belabor the fact, but this wife of Jacob died after giving birth to Benjamin
    $800 21
To help stop his company's Arrow shirts from shrinking, Sanford Cluett invented this process
    $800 29
Mike Schmidt
    $800 26
This "Vanity Fair" author liked to assume the name George Savage Fitz-Boodle, listing him as the editor of "Barry Lyndon"
    $800 5
Much of the southern African country of Botswana is covered by this desert
    $800 16
Sacred & hallowed, or totally & completely
    DD: $1,200 11
Her story is told twice in Judges, in prose & in song
    $1000 22
He wrote "I shot an arrow into the air, it fell to Earth, I knew not where"
    $1000 30
Brooks Robinson
    $1000 27
Since he remembered things past, Echo was an apropos nom de plume for this Frenchman
    DD: $2,000 6
Lake Edward in the Congo & Uganda was discovered by this Anglo-American journalist & explorer
    $1000 17
It can mean to have a strong offensive smell, or to cause something, like havoc

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Earl Amy
$10,600 -$1,100 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In the news lately.)
He made 2 Gemini flights, 2 Apollo flights & 2 shuttle flights, including the first in 1981

Final scores:

Mark Earl Amy
$5,599 -$1,100 $0
2-day champion: $23,398 3rd place: Panasonic LCD Palmcorder 2nd place: Trip to Mexico City & Ixtapa

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Earl Amy
$9,600 -$1,100 $7,200
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
7 R,
5 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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Game tape date: 1998-11-17
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