Show #3070 - Friday, December 26, 1997


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Hugh Palmer, a voiceover artist from Los Angeles, California

Judy Hutchison, a commercial banking relationship manager originally from Portland, Oregon

Joyce Gray, a Spanish teacher originally from Anchorage, Alaska (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will show you the logo, you have to identify the team, not the city.)
    $100 27
Of Antony's suicide, she says, "So it should be that none but Antony should conquer Antony"
    $100 11
The ruby & Webb are pink-pulped varieties of this breakfast food
    $100 6
He was preparing for the U.N. conference in San Francisco when he died in Warm Springs, Ga. on April 12
    $100 1
[sports logo]
    $100 21
On average, the icy layer on top of this snow-covered continent is 7,000 feet thick
    $100 16
Lift up, or tear down & demolish
    $200 12
If you're greatly pleased, you're said to be this
    $200 7
Since "It's the Real Thing", this 4-letter name was registered as a trademark in 1945
    $200 2
[sports logo]
    $200 22
The railroads in Honduras were built mainly to transport this fruit that has a lot of ap"peel"
    $200 17
Instructed, or tightly drawn
    $300 26
Baptista Minola is "An affable and courteous gentleman" but this woman, his elder daughter, is a shrew
    $300 13
The pink material used to build the state capitol in Austin, Texas has to be "taken for" this stone
    DD: $500 8
3-word phrase repeated in the title of this favorite holiday song from 1945:

    $300 3
[sports logo]
    $300 23
It's no sham: Aer Lingus is this country's national airline
    $300 18
A flash of light, or a knack for doing something
    $400 28
Of Shallow, Sniveling or Slimy, the one who's a country justice in "Henry IV, Part 2"
    $400 14
It's the common name of conjunctivitis
    $400 9
In May he announced that he wouldn't seek a fourth term as mayor of New York City
    $400 4
[sports logo]
    $400 24
This island known for giant statues is also called Te-Pito-O-Te-Henua, "The Navel of the World"
    $400 19
A sharp-bladed tool, or puts 2 + 2 together
    $500 15
John Waters is the director of "Pink Flamingos" & Roger Waters is the bassist of this rock group
    $500 10
In a surprise coup, he overthrew Argentina's new government & set up his own cabinet
    $500 5
[sports logo]
    $500 25
The Ivory Coast is next to this African country once known as the Gold Coast
    $500 20
Unfriendly & threatening, or a friendly shelter for traveling students & hikers

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

Joyce Judy Hugh
$2,100 $1,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joyce Judy Hugh
$3,600 $1,000 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Marble Arch was once its entrance, but it was later moved
    $200 1
Her son Ferdinand Jr. lost his 1995 bid for a seat in the Philippine senate
    $200 11
Yul Brynner will be remembered for his role in this 1956 musical,
"Et cetera,
et cetera,
et cetera"
    $200 16
In the '40s Harvard's Howard Aiken developed the Mark I computer with this company's help
    $200 21
Title of Newhart's third sitcom
    $400 7
This fortress was built by William the Conqueror; Henry VIII was the last king to use it as a chief residence
    $400 26
Zandonai's opera "Il Grillo del Focolare" is adapted from this author's "The Cricket on the Hearth"
    $400 2
French film star Simone Signoret married 2 men named Yves: director Yves Allegret & this actor
    $400 12
Yul played Solomon in "Solomon And Sheba" & Rameses in this Biblical epic
    $400 17
Century in which most of David Hilbert's 23 unsolved problems were solved
    $400 22
Tell all
    $600 8
The oldest royal residence still in use
    $600 27
Vassily disguises himself as a woman but is seen shaving in this "Firebird" composer's opera "Mavra"
    $600 3
Iceland's first female president, Vigdis Finnbogadottir, was born in this capital city in 1930
    DD: $1,000 13
Steve McQueen & Charles Bronson, among others, joined Yul in this 1960 western based on a Japanese film
    $600 18
This Persian poet's work on algebra included systematic solutions to cubic equations
    $600 23
A tell-all book might have this kind of short publicity notice on its cover
    DD: $1,000 9
Foreign ambassadors are accredited to this palace's court
    $800 28
This Hungarian composer wrote only one opera, the dramatic 1-act "Duke Bluebeard's Castle"
    $800 4
It was no Dutch treat when this Dutch-born dancer was shot by a firing squad in Vincennes in 1917
    $800 14
This author of "The Lost World" wrote & directed "Westworld", in which Yul played a gunslinging robot
    $800 19
Norbert Wiener wrote 1948's "Cybernetics" while teaching at this U.S. institute in Cambridge
    $800 24
A cutting remark, or a part of a feather
    $1000 10
Elizabeth I could be "observed" spending much of her "time" at the palace in this South Bank borough
    $1000 29
"Das Geheimnis des Entwendeten Briefes" is a German opera adapted from this Poe story about a stolen epistle
    $1000 5
This cosmonaut, the first woman to travel in space, was named a hero of the Soviet Union
    $1000 15
In "The Buccaneer", Yul portrayed this buccaneer during the Battle of New Orleans
    $1000 20
This Greek's "Elements" deal with the theories of earlier scholars like Eudoxus of Cnidus
    $1000 25
"Overall", it's on top

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joyce Judy Hugh
$8,200 $1,800 $8,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Controversial even when serialized in the "National Era", it sold over 300,000 copies in book form in 1852

Final scores:

Joyce Judy Hugh
$199 $0 $4,100
2nd place: Magnavox 25-inch Stereo Color Monitor Receiver TV & Crawford of Jamestown Solid Maple Entertainment Unit 3rd place: Monorail Desktop PC New champion: $4,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joyce Judy Hugh
$9,000 $1,800 $7,700
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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