Show #3067 - Tuesday, December 23, 1997


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Jeff Kinstler, a trial lawyer from Reisterstown, Maryland

Elizabeth Haines, a data conversion operator from Richmond, Michigan

Larry Thompson, an actor from Smyrna, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
In 1949 this aviator who flew the Atlantic solo in 1927 received the Wright Brothers Trophy from the N.A.A.
    $100 21
We hope his medical thriller "Chromosome 6", following "Coma" & "Contagion", won't spoil the broth
    $100 30
The green & the mute types of this amphibian are the ones the French prize for their legs
    $100 1
Originally, this carol was known by its Latin name, "Adeste Fideles"
    $100 6
2 stars in the bowl of the Big Dipper, called The Pointers, point to this star
    $100 10
A 10-dollar bill
    $200 17
In 1907 the War Department authorized a campaign medal for this war -- 42 years after it ended
    $200 22
This Chicago Bulls coach explains his use of Zen Buddhism in "Sacred Hoops"
    $200 27
Charlemagne was so fond of these "proud" birds that he served them at a banquet
    $200 2
Location where "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" last night
    $200 7
Some scientists say thousands of these, known as "dirty snowballs", strike our atmosphere every day
    $200 12
In commercials the Crash Test Dummies urge us to do this -- don't be a dummy!
    $300 18
This school's Hasty Pudding Club has been presenting its Woman of the Year Award since 1951
    $300 23
"The Senator's Daughter" is a crime novel by Victoria, daughter of this finally-convicted "Teflon Don"
    $300 28
If this U.S. marsupial is really dead & not just "playing", you can roast it like pork
    DD: $500 3
Singer performing the holiday classic heard here:

"Rockin' around the Christmas tree at the Christmas party hop..."
    $300 8
Unlike the spiral type, like ours, the elliptical type of this system has little gas & rather dim stars
    $300 13
It's slang for a bronco-busting cowboy
    $400 19
In 1957 this Danish physicist received the first Atoms for Peace Award
    $400 24
In 1996's "Born to Rebel", Frank Sulloway puts this type of "rivalry" at the center of history
    $400 29
Eating seaweed helps certain swifts form these structures found in a famous Chinese soup
    $400 4
Judy Garland debuted "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" in this 1944 film set at the 1904 World's Fair
    $400 9
Most of these minor planets revolve around the sun in a "belt" between the orbits of Mars & Jupiter
    $400 14
This member of Fleetwood Mac had his own solo Top 10 hit in 1981 with "Trouble"
    $500 20
Traditionally, Nobel Prize winners are presented their awards on the tenth of this month
    $500 25
In "Leaving a Doll's House", Claire Bloom has some "complaint"s about her life with this novelist
    $500 26
The eggs of this shelled reptile are sometimes hard-boiled & the flippers may be braised in wine sauce
    $500 5
In "Deck The Halls", we "troll" this, "Fa la la la la la la la la"
    $500 11
Titan is the largest moon of this planet; Calypso & Telesto are among the smallest
    $500 15
It's plain to "see", it's also known as a horse chestnut

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

Larry Elizabeth Jeff
$2,500 $800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Elizabeth Jeff
$3,900 $2,100 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
This Dublin brewery's 19th C. hop store has been converted into a museum detailing its history....Cheers!
    $200 16
The grotto of Jesus' birth is now inside a church called this, after Jesus' birth
    $200 6
"The Love Bug" was this type of car
    $200 19
2 basic drug categories are depressants & these, which include caffeine
    $200 30
From the Ojibwa word "ototeman", it's the animal or plant a family group associates with its ancestry
    $200 1
It comes from the Latin for "to sell"
    $400 12
Hang ten & head on over to a real lighthouse in Santa Cruz, Calif., home to a museum devoted to this sport
    $400 17
If there's no room in the inns, you may have to sleep in this central square, named for baby Jesus' first crib
    DD: $1,000 7
A top-grossing animated film of 1961, a live-action remake was released in 1996
    $400 20
The art & science of preparing & dispensing drugs, or a store where it's practiced
    $400 29
Accoridng to the Hopi, this wild canine related to the wolf was around before there were people
    $400 2
For potatoes it means "to grow", for couch potatoes it means "to stay inactive"
    DD: $2,500 13
At his Pittsburgh museum, you can buy reproductions of his works, including "Happy Bug Day" & "Soup Can"
    $600 18
Bethlehem tourism was hurt by this Palestinian uprising that began in 1987
    $600 9
In 1968 this title pair was played by Leonard Whiting & Olivia Hussey
    $600 23
This annual pharmaceutical guide for doctors is abbreviated PDR
    $600 26
By simply displaying this item, also called a calumet, one could call a truce between some tribes
    $600 3
To conquer
    $800 14
This team's hall of fame museum has Stan Musial trophies & film of the team dating back to 1926
    $800 21
In Arabic the city's name means "House of Meat"; in Hebrew, "House of" this staple
    $800 8
One book abbreviated this 1969 film "B&C&T&A"
    $800 24
Among pharmacology's sub-fields, this -ology deals with the effects & treatment of poisons
    $800 27
This title of an Algonquian medicine man now refers to popular tribal gatherings
    $800 4
Both vibrate & this word are synonyms of oscillate
    $1000 15
1 of the 2 museums mentioned in the lyrics of Cole Porter's "You're The Top"
    $1000 22
Israelis often refer to the West Bank, which includes Bethlehem, as this "and Samaria"
    $1000 10
He played Henry II to Richard Burton's Becket
    $1000 25
Claude Bernard pioneered the field with his 19th C. study of this poison used by Amazon natives
    $1000 28
These giant mythical birds were frequently at war with water monsters
    $1000 5
Petty annoyances can do this to the most patient of people

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Elizabeth Jeff
$6,800 $6,500 $2,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In terms of number of passengers, it's the busiest foreign carrier operating at LAX

Final scores:

Larry Elizabeth Jeff
$100 $0 $0
2-day champion: $6,900 2nd place: Trip to Eden Roc Resort & Spa, Miami Beach, Florida 3rd place: Pair of Wiitnauer International Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Larry Elizabeth Jeff
$9,300 $7,000 $3,700
26 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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