Show #3575 - Friday, March 3, 2000


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Traci Hawkins, an insurance broker from Rancho San Diego, California

Bruce Brazinsky, a podiatrist from San Diego, California

Susan Caylor, an account manager from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
At Dyrrhachium in 48 B.C., Pompey handed this Roman one of his few defeats
    $100 5
    $100 2
Introduced in the 1930s, he's been known as Dippy Dawg, Dippy the Goof &, most famously, this
    $100 1
Object around the house that may be prepared with "hospital corners"
    $100 21
It's a group of boy scouts led by a scoutmaster & made up of one or more patrols
    $100 14
Examples include Risk, backgammon & chess
    $200 11
In 1798 Admiral Brueys & the French lost big in the battle of this river near Alexandria
    $200 6
"First Lady from Plains"
    $200 3
We don't know why a mouse would have a dog, but he's Mickey's faithful pet
    $200 13
For this, patterns with a random match are easier to hang
    $200 27
A trumpet or coronet may be used to earn this Boy Scout badge
    $200 15
This type of piano is about 5 feet long
    $300 22
In the 1821 Battle of Carabobo, Spanish general Miguel de la Torre was no match for this South American
    $300 7
"The Kingdom of Swing"
    $300 4
The Internet Movie Database says someone actually counted all the black spots in this 1961 film & found 6,469,952
    $300 18
When using this kitchen device introduced in the late '40s, remember the standing time is as important as the cooking time
    $300 28
Ferdinand Magellan might have joined this program for young adults aged 14 to 20
    $300 16
Literally, a lover of books
    $400 23
In 1815 Sir Edward Pakenham's forces attacked this city & were repulsed by Andrew Jackson's
    $400 8
"Lady Sings the Blues"
    $400 12
Nana is the Darling children's nursemaid as well as their dog in this 1953 feature
    $400 19
Mary Ellen says when cleaning a chandelier, it's not unlucky to open one of these & use it to catch drips
    DD: $600 29
This man is the honorary president of the Boy Scouts of America
    $400 17
This contagious disease caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis can be spread by fleas from infected rats
    $500 24
El Alamein loser seen here
    $500 9
"My Left Foot"
    $500 25
A genteel cocker spaniel finds romance with a mutt from the wrong side of the tracks in this 1955 classic
    $500 20
They're polarized for your safety with one prong wider than the other so they can be inserted one way only
    $500 30
The Boy Scouts of America publishes the magazines Scouting & this one
    $500 26
This region of Nigeria declared its independence in May 1967, civil war & starvation followed

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

Susan Bruce Traci
$1,700 $400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Bruce Traci
$3,800 $700 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That sounds exciting!)
(Alex: Sorry, folks, I just can't get excited about "Cloth & Fabrics!")
    $200 1
This 8th Ave. building's facade is engraved "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night..."
    $200 9
Even before its 1993 premiere, this Dennis Franz series attracted controversy for graphic scenes
    $200 11
Born in 1935, left Brooklyn with the Dodgers, left a record of 382 strikeouts in a season
    $200 3
It's a sheer, fluffy silk fabric for blouses, or a fluffy type of pie
    $200 15
England's "Good Queen Bess"
    $200 17
To be pilgarlic is to be this; but don't worry, it's nothing that a toupee can't fix
    $400 2
Cheers! This tavern has been a favorite spot in Central Park for 6 decades
    $400 10
Bea Arthur starred in this sitcom about 4 women over 50 living together in Miami
    $400 22
Born in Santa Ana in 1958, went from check-out girl to David E. Kelley girl, made some films
    $400 4
Open mesh fabric used in stockings & on trawlers
    $400 16
France's "The Austrian Wench"
    $400 18
Doggone it! They're the threads that cross the warp in a woven fabric
    $600 6
Recently renovated, it's the most famous room in the building seen here [New York Public Library]
    $600 12
This title pair of laboratory mice continually & unsuccessfully try to take over the world
    $600 23
Arrived on the dot April 27, 1791, Yale grad, painted, coded, dashed off April 2, 1872
    $600 5
This soft, slightly napped cotton fabric is popular in snuggly PJs & gray suits of the '50s
    $600 26
"The Little Mother of all the Russians"
    DD: $2,000 19
This part of the hand is sometimes called the medius
    DD: $700 7
This club's brief, glamorous life began in 1977 at 254 West 54th Street
    $800 13
On this popular variety show you might have seen characters like Bolivar Shagnasty & Clem Kadiddlehopper
    $800 24
A poet, don't ya know it, born in Florence in 1265, met Beatrice at 9, found life "divine"
    $800 20
Now made of hemp or jute, when worn with ashes it's tops in mourning attire
    $800 27
From the first 6 letters at the upper left, it's the arrangement of a standard computer keyboard
    $1000 8
Manhattan's oldest church, this chapel shares its name with a famous London cathedral
    $1000 14
Newspaperman Britt Reid was the secret identity of this '60s TV crimefighter
    $1000 25
Born 1903, untouchable in Chicago, cleaned up Cleveland, died 1957
    $1000 21
To get actual Harris tweed from where it's made, go to this group of islands west of the Scottish mainland
    $1000 28
Don't fear this 17-letter word, it simply means the fear of the number 13

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Bruce Traci
$8,200 $1,600 $3,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He coined the term "Usonian" for his U.S. designs that were meant to bring beauty & humanity to ordinary people

Final scores:

Susan Bruce Traci
$8,799 $1 $2,000
3-day champion: $33,001 3rd place: EPSON Photo PC 750Z Camera 2nd place: Trip to Salish Lodge & Spa, Seattle, Washington

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susan Bruce Traci
$10,200 $2,300 $3,600
23 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 1999-12-01
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