Show #2918 - Wednesday, April 16, 1997


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Jeff Park, a social studies teacher from Denver, Colorado

Carol Feingold, a medical librarian from Amesbury, Massachusetts

Sue Keller, a ragtime piano player from Staten Island, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
He went to Damascus to arrest Christians but became one instead
    $100 1
This Chubby Checker hit charted twice, both times reaching No. 1
    $100 7
In 1996 Graceland Gifts in this city sold a limited edition Elvis Cabbage Patch Kid in a gold lame suit
    $100 6
2 old Quakers, Captain Peleg & Captain Bildad, are part-owners of the Pequod in this 1851 novel
    $100 26
In Altdorf, Switzerland a statue marks the spot where he shot an apple off his son's head
    $100 13
It may be indelible or invisible
    $200 22
At Cornelius' house in Caesarea, this leader of the apostles preached to the first Gentile converts
    $200 2
"Beefy" singer whose first No. 1 hit was "I'd Do Anything For Love" from his 1993 CD "Bat Out Of Hell II"
    $200 8
Rumors on Royal Street in this city specializes in hand-crafted Mardi Gras masks
    $200 9
In this novel, d'Artagnan, a native of Gascony, is described as "Don Quixote at 18"
    $200 27
In 1952 Nina Ricci introduced "Fille D'Eve", one of these that came in an apple-shaped bottle
    $200 14
Mesopotamia today
    $300 23
The apostles believed Judas' act of betrayal was predicted by this king's psalms
    $300 3
This group's 1995 album "Pulse" includes a live performance of all the songs from "Dark Side of the Moon"
    $300 18
Browsing for baubles? Tiffany, Cartier & Van Cleef & Arpels all have shops on this chic Beverly Hills street
    $300 10
In "Good Wives", the second part of this novel, Aunt March dies & leaves her home, Plumfield, to Jo
    $300 28
Voltaire first spread the story about this scientist & the falling apple
    $300 15
Dante's Hell
    $400 24
Philip preached in this area known for the "good" neighbor in Jesus' parable
    $400 4
Her 1991 hit "Coming Out of the Dark" was about her tour bus accident of the preceding year
    $400 19
J. Crew picked this city's South Street Seaport as the site for its first retail store, opened in 1989
    DD: $700 11
William Makepeace Thackeray wrote that "Some of the love passages" of this Charlotte Bronte work "made me cry"
    $400 29
In a Grimm fairy tale a bit of poisoned apple lodged in her throat
    $400 16
Claude Monet or Rich Little
    $500 25
On Pentecost the apostles received this ability, as witnessed by Jews from "every nation"
    $500 5
R&B quartet consisting of "Squirt", "Bass", "Slim" & "Alex Vanderpool"
    $500 20
The Mall of America in this state gets more tourists than the Grand Canyon & Disney World combined
    $500 12
In a Thomas Hardy novel, grain merchant Michael Henchard serves in this title political office
    $500 30
In the third quarter of 1995, Apple passed this company as the No. 2 maker of PCs in the U.S.
    $500 17
Give the third degree

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

Sue Carol Jeff
$1,900 $1,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sue Carol Jeff
$4,100 $1,800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
The name of this French site was a corruption of Bastide, meaning "fortification"
    $200 6
In 1835 the N.Y. Sun reported there were bat-winged creatures living on this heavenly body; it was a hoax
    $200 26
It's a circular hollow often formed by volcanic action or by a meteor strike
    $200 1
This "Caroline In The City" star made her screen debut in 3-D, in "Jaws 3-D"
    $200 21
The university of this state has 9 campuses, including those in Davis, Irvine & Berkeley
    $200 9
Tennessee broke onto the Broadway scene in 1945 with this play with a "breakable" title
    $400 17
One of the buildings at this British site is named for Robert Devereux, held there before his 1601 execution
    $400 7
Originally this novel was published as a serial from 1851-52 in an anti-slavery paper
    $400 27
It's a valley formed between 2 parallel faults; there's a "Great" one in the Eastern Hemisphere
    $400 2
This older brother of Charlie Sheen was just 20 when he made his feature film debut in "Tex" in 1982
    $400 22
In 1892 this New Haven, Connecticut university first admitted women to its graduate school
    $400 11
A Time magazine piece on Kathleen Turner in this play was titled "Once More, With Feline"
    $600 18
"Shark Island" Prison is part of Dry Tortugas National Park in the extreme southwest of this state
    $600 8
When farmers of the 1800s learned this color absorbed sunlight well, it became quite popular for barns
    DD: $900 28
Name of the type of formation seen here:
[video clue - in Alex's hand]
    $600 3
Ned Beatty made a memorable debut in this 1972 film about a nightmarish canoe trip
    $600 23
City in which you'd find Marmara University & the University of the Bosporus
    $600 12
One of Tennessee's last plays, "Clothes for A Summer Hotel", was about this Jazz Age author & his wife
    $800 19
According to British accounts 123 perished in 1756 in this dungeon in India; later studies say just 43
    $800 10
"The Education of Mr. Pipp" is a book of satirical drawings of high society by this artist known for his "girl"
    $800 29
A moraine is the rocky material left behind by one of these
    $800 4
Amy Irving & Betty Buckley debuted in this 1976 Brian De Palma film about horror at a high school prom
    DD: $800 24
Manitoba's Catherine Booth Bible College is affiliated with this charitable organization
    $800 13
Williams' "The Notebook of Trigorin", based on this "soaring" Chekhov play, opened in 1996 in Cincinnati
    $1000 20
This rocky islet is the smallest of French Guiana's 3 Iles du Salut
    $1000 16
In 1861 this ex-president from Virginia was chairman of a peace convention that tried to avert civil war
    $1000 30
When discussing sedimentary rock, this term means formed of layers or beds
    $1000 5
Kathy Baker's career blasted off when she played the wife of Alan Shepard in this 1983 film bio
    $1000 25
This Washington, D.C. school was once the Columbia Inst. for the Instruction of the Deaf & Dumb & the Blind
    $1000 14
Williams worked with Jule Styne on a musical version of this play whose title mentions skin art

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sue Carol Jeff
$10,800 $7,000 $6,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the site of a presidential swearing-in & the headquarters of Southwest Airlines

Final scores:

Sue Carol Jeff
$13,000 $12,001 $5,199
3-day champion: $28,400 2nd place: a trip to the Ala Moana Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii 3rd place: Magnavox 25" stereo color monitor receiver TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sue Carol Jeff
$10,500 $6,700 $6,000
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,200

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Game tape date: 1996-12-18
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