Show #3182 - Tuesday, June 2, 1998


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Pat Watson, a banking vice president from St. Louis, Missouri

Jack Rowley, a software support specialist from Atlanta, Georgia

Adele Odegard, a lieutenant colonel from Fort Belvoir, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
You're "wiser" if you know it's a small pointed structure on a stem that grows into a flower or a leaf
    $100 25
Milky-White was the name of the cow that this kid sold for beans
    $100 15
The poet who penned the line, "I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of the stars"
    $100 1
James Gregory played this post-Civil War president on the classic TV series "The Wild Wild West"
    $100 7
Pharaonic Village, which recreates life in ancient times, is on an island in this river
    $100 12
People were "aurified" by King Midas; he turned them into this
    $200 3
About 4.5 billion years old, it's the closest G2 type star to where you're standing
    $200 26
This company's barn includes Elsie & Elmer
    $200 21
Wordsworth wrote, "My" this "leaps up when I behold a rainbow in the sky"
    $200 18
Then-president John F. Kennedy chose this actor to play him in the 1963 film "PT 109"
    $200 8
Want to ride an elephant in this country? Head for the Gokarna Safari Park east of Katmandu
    $200 13
This insect stores pollen in a "corbicula", a little basket in its body
    $300 4
You add this element to copper & zinc to get bronze
    $300 27
This cable channel has renewed "Cow & Chicken" created by David Feiss, so there will be 52 episodes total
    $300 22
"Forever wilt thou love, and she be fair!" wrote this poet in his "Ode on a Grecian Urn"
    DD: $1,000 19
(I'm Sam Waterston) I starred in a 1988 miniseries based on Gore Vidal's book about this president
    $300 9
Portimao is one of the most visited fishing villages in this country's Algarve region
    $300 14
A "woubit" is a hairy one of these, most often the one that becomes a tiger moth
    $400 5
A neutral atom will become one of these when it gains or loses an electron
    $400 28
The very animated Clarabelle Cow belongs to this studio
    $400 23
American poet who wrote the following:
("The fog comes on little cat feet. It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on.")
    $400 20
Burgess Meredith could have sung "Hello, Dolley!" when he played this man in the film "Magnificent Doll"
    $400 10
The 625-foot-high Calgary Tower in this Canadian province features a revolving restaurant
    $400 16
To "cantillate" is to do this (maybe to an old Gregorian one)
    $500 6
Ir"resistable" German physicist with a law about the flow of an electric current
    $500 29
Ancient people whose goddess Hathor had the head of a cow
    $500 24
Her Poem No. 1333 tells us: "A little madness in the spring is wholesome even for the king"
    $500 30
Charlton Heston played this president in 2 films: "The Buccaneer" & "The President's Lady"
    $500 11
A lot of visitors to this country fly LOT, its national airline, to cities like Poznan & Szezecin
    $500 17
A "mako" is an apprentice one of these women who entertain men in Japan

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

Adele Jack Pat
$1,500 $2,000 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Adele Jack Pat
$2,200 $2,200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In the 19th C. he fled the German military draft & went on to brew beer in Golden, Colorado
    $200 1
Before turning to painting in her 70s, she embroidered pictures on canvas
    $200 12
After 36 seasons in this stadium named for a U.S. senator, the Redskins moved to a new facility in Sept. 1997
    $200 6
Anti-smoking groups beware: this state's flag has a peace pipe on it
    $200 18
A poker hand consisting of the 6, 5, 4, 3, & 2 of clubs
    $200 17
It was the first film that teamed Frankie Avalon with Annette Funicello
    $400 3
Todd McFarlane's career drawing Spiderman for this comics line spawned his own private company
    $400 8
In 1963 this "Christina's World" painter became the first artist to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom
    $400 27
He was the NBA's Coach of the Year twice: once with the Lakers & once with the Knicks
    $400 7
On its flag a sunflower sits above the state seal
    $400 19
This adjective describes Archie Bunker & his opinions
    $400 20
Sherry drinking & flamenco dancing are highlights of the Cadiz Grape Harvest Festival in this country
    $600 4
In 1968 Robert Noyce & Gordon Moore founded this microchip company & soon brought Andrew Grove on board
    $600 9
His portraits of George Washington include Athenaeum, Vaughan & Landsdowne types
    DD: $200 28
(Hi, I'm Jim Lampley) This Oakland A's first baseman in 1996 hit 52 home runs -- most in the A.L. since Roger Maris hit 61 in '61
    $600 13
This object on the Indiana flag symbolizes liberty & enlightenment, like the big one in New York
    $600 21
Gracie Allen was married to hers
    $600 24
Act II of this musical opens with a festive masked ball at the Paris Opera House
    DD: $1,100 5
The company founded by this man in 1876 developed insulin, many antibiotics & Prozac
    $800 10
Known for his watercolors, many of his famous seascapes were set at his home in Prout's Neck, Maine
    $800 29
On Aug. 5, 1997 this U.S. sprinter won his record third straight world 400-meter title in Athens
    $800 14
Its state motto, "Virtue, LIberty and Independence" is on its flag; Ben Franklin would approve
    $800 22
The restored Durango & Silverton Railroad in Colorado uses this type of track
    $800 25
This singer was just 17 when she had a No. 1 hit with the following:
("It's my party and I'll cry if I want to...")
    $1000 15
"Uncle Herb" Kelleher founded this no-frills airline named for a quadrant of the U.S.
    $1000 11
In 1916 Alfred Stieglitz exhibited her paintings at 291, his NYC gallery; 8 years later he married her
    $1000 30
Abe Mitchell is the golfer depicted on top on this cup sought by teams from the U.S. & Europe
    $1000 16
1 of 3 animals on Michigan's flag (Hint: There are no wolverines)
    $1000 23
Nat King Cole hit heard here:
    $1000 26
The Earl of Leicester gave this Tudor queen a party that lasted 17 days

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Adele Jack Pat
$5,400 $8,500 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

When "Fantasia" was released in 1940, he was the only one of its composers still alive to hear his music

Final scores:

Adele Jack Pat
$8,400 $6,199 $100
New champion: $8,400 2nd place: a trip to Atlantis Hotel & Casino, Paradise Island, Bahamas 3rd place: a Motorola StarTac cellular phone

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Adele Jack Pat
$6,400 $10,000 $4,400
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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