Show #3319 - Thursday, January 28, 1999


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Patti Compton, a homemaker from Cottonwood, Arizona

Karl Wallig, a property specialist from Salem, Oregon

Lisa McAdam, a managing editor from Springfield, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Hey, there's a theme here)
(Alex: But notice the spelling on this)
    $100 7
An April 1971 visit by a team of players of this game was part of a thaw in U.S.-China relations
    $100 12
Graceful skating champ Michelle Kwan was born in & trains in this state known more for surf than ice
    $100 13
The paperbacks in this writer's "Goosebumps" series have numbers as well as titles
    $100 18
First used in the U.S. in 1968, it's the 3-digit number to dial when you need help in an emergency
    $100 2
It's the "groovy" image seen here
    $100 1
These beneficial beetles are also known as ladybirds
    $200 8
In 1915 this Michigan industrialist chartered a "peace ship" & sailed off to stop WWI
    $200 16
Get "Up Close and Personal" with this "Catwoman" who was Miss Orange County in 1978
    $200 14
This writer's "Foundation" was published in a one-volume paperback with a novel by Poul Anderson
    $200 20
A plunger is also known as this workman's helper
    $200 3
Daylight saving time on the West Coast changes to this "time" on the last Sunday in October
    $200 27
A smart glowworm grows up to be one of these "flies"
    $300 9
This British naval hero lost an eye during the capture of Corsica in 1794
    $300 17
This actress whose middle name is Michelle slays me as TV's vampish Buffy
    $300 15
This "Daddy" & "Zoya" writer's first 6 romance novels were originally published in paperback
    $300 21
These "Notes" used as helpful guides to famous books are "your key to the classics"
    $300 4
This California desert city was originally known as "Agua Caliente" (Hot Water)
    $300 28
A slang term for food, it's also the larva of a beetle
    $400 10
Zulu Prince Shaka conquered much of southern Africa when he adapted this throwing weapon for stabbing
    $400 19
Wins at the Sara Lee Classic & the Oldsmobile Classic make Michelle McGann a seasoned pro in this sport
    $400 25
Stephen King started this 1996 paperback serial with Volume 1: "The Two Dead Girls"
    $400 23
In large quantities it's an explosive; in pill form it helps heart patients
    $400 5
This much-sought hermetic artifact could allegedly improve your health & turn metals into gold
    DD: $500 29
Because of its unusual body, the beetle seen here shares part of its name with this mammal
    $500 11
He first led his red-shirted Italian legion in the 1840s, fighting for Uruguay against Argentina
    $500 22
The lovely & talented Michelle Forbes played Ensign Ro on this "Trek" incarnation
    $500 26
This thriller writer was set when she earned $1 million for the paperback rights to "A Stranger is Watching"
    $500 24
From the Greek for "of the soul", one of these practitioners claims to help you forecast the future
    $500 6
Holy geography! These territories were ruled by the Popes from 756 to 1870
    $500 30
This colorful beetle family was held sacred by the ancient Egyptians

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

Lisa Karl Patti
$1,200 $600 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Karl Patti
$2,900 $1,800 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Lutzelburg is an old name for the capital of this grand duchy
    $200 12
The 2 major varieties of this sour fruit are Eureka & Lisbon
    $200 19
A French doctor pioneered & gave his name to this childbirth method that emphasizes breathing techniques
    $200 6
On March 31, 1968, he announced on national TV that he would not seek re-election
    $200 13
Nearly all of WJM's six o' clock news staff was fired (but not Ted Baxter) on this sitcom's final episode
    $200 11
A semester-long class on equines
    DD: $1,000 2
After entering Holland, this river divides into 3 branches: the Waal, the Lek & the Ijssel
    $400 23
This Chinese celebration, which begins in late January or early February, ends with the Lantern Festival
    $400 20
Steven Wright jokes that because he was born this way he leaves a house through the window
    $400 7
He coached Miami to an NCAA national title & the Cowboys to 2 Super Bowl titles
    $400 17
On this series' last show, Felix moved out to remarry Gloria
    $400 14
Total cost for a taxi ride
    $600 3
Although British Columbia is Canada's only province on the Pacific, this territory is farther west
    $600 24
From the French for "set of four", it's a set of bells hung in a tower
    $600 21
If a baby's feet or buttocks present first & its head last, it is in this type of abnormal presentation
    $600 8
The first black heavyweight boxing champ, this Texan reigned from 1908 to 1915
    $600 22
Her sitcom ended in 1998 with a mockumentary celebrating her long career since vaudeville
    $600 15
A place to store sodium chloride
    $800 4
This French island in the Mediterranean was once ruled by the Bank of San Giorgio in Genoa
    $800 27
This historic Austrian currency is abbreviated as "Sch", "AS" or simply "S"
    $800 30
The sac that contains this fluid has ruptured when a woman's "water breaks"
    $800 9
At one time, Tippi Hedren was his mother-in-law
    DD: $2,000 25
(Hi, I'm Julie Pinson.) This long-running soap ended in 1989 with Helen Gallagher leading the cast in singing "Danny Boy"
    $800 16
A serious play about one of the 3 Hindu gods
    $1000 5
Finland's northernmost point lies at its border with this country
    $1000 28
A fine soft goatskin leather tanned with sumac, or the country for which it's named
    $1000 29
It's the surgical procedure in which an incision is made in the perineum to enlarge the birth opening
    $1000 10
In his first novel in 1893, Stephen Crane tells the tale of this "Girl of the Streets"
    $1000 26
This series ended its run in 1991 with a reunion & visit to the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C.
    $1000 18
A weak & pale trumpeter bird

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Karl Patti
$6,500 $6,600 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

One reason he is not buried in Westminster Abbey is his epitaph, which concludes, "Curst be he that moves my bones"

Final scores:

Lisa Karl Patti
$3,500 $6,600 $2,399
2nd place: Trip to Outrigger Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii New champion: $6,600 3rd place: Daewoo Entertainment Package (TV, VCR & Speakers)

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lisa Karl Patti
$5,200 $6,600 $7,400
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 1998-11-18
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