Show #3198 - Wednesday, June 24, 1998


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Dan Kennedy, a systems analyst from Alberta, New York

Tricia Schroyer, a housewife and freelance seamstress from Pensacola, Florida

P.D. Wadler, a psychotherapist from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
It's popularly referred to as "Chicken of the Sea"
    $100 12
In Muay Thai, the Thai form of this western sport, kicking is allowed
    $100 24
In various versions of this film, Gene Kelly, Don Ameche & Chris O'Donnell have been d'Artagnan
    $100 13
A French scientist suggested using wood as a paper source after watching these insects make it
    $100 6
It's not stolen money, my Lord, this instrument heard here is an old relative of the guitar:
    $100 2
Mr. Gifford, or his hot dog
    $200 8
It's the traditional meat for a gyro sandwich
    DD: $500 22
The largest land mammal in Thailand, the shape of the country looks like its head, in profile
    $200 25
What a rip-off! Joanne Woodward won only one Oscar for this 1957 film
    $200 14
Lily pads must have made une impression on him, as this man painted over 200 versions of them
    $200 16
The chevalier must have brought this instrument; its name is Old French for "small drum":
    $200 3
It's also called the crazy bone, which sounds "humerus" to us
    $300 9
In 1998 Barq's, a brand of this beverage, celebrates its 100th birthday
    $300 23
At a Thai restaurant you may wimp out & say, "Mai phet, farang", meaning "Not" this, "I'm a foreigner"
    $300 26
Rene Russo is Mel Gibson's love interest in this 1992 sequel
    $300 15
Everything was shipshape, but no one was home when this ghost ship was boarded in 1872
    $300 17
Apprentice, wake thy knight, these instruments being struck announce the day:
    $300 1
Any Quaker, whether or not he's your buddy
    $400 10
Of Turkish origin, the confection called halvah is made from these seeds & honey
    $400 29
The tuk-tuk, a motorized transport, costs less than a taxi, maybe because it only has this many wheels
    $400 27
This 1954 film set in Rome featured a Jule Styne-Sammy Cahn title song
    $400 20
Some members of these Melanesian "cults" await consumer goods that will be sent by supernatural forces
    $400 18
I'll announce your arrival at the joust, my liege, with a coiled one of the instruments heard here:
    $400 4
To struggle helplessly, like a certain flatfish
    $500 11
This popular coffee liqueur is produced in the Mexican town of Ramos Arizpe
    $500 30
First name of the famous Western governess of King Rama IV's son
    $500 28
Sissy Spacek, Shelley Duvall & Janice Rule were this 1977 Robert Altman title trio
    $500 21
This lieutenant colonel led the British forces in the battle that began the French & Indian War
    $500 19
Drink some mead, young squire, & sing along with this rhyme time instrument heard here:
    $500 5
Some guitarists "worry" about these ridges on their fingerboards

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

P.D. Tricia Dan
$100 $1,500 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

P.D. Tricia Dan
$1,300 $2,800 $4,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
These wingless bloodsuckers often infest sleeping quarters; don't let 'em bite!
    $200 4
This "Little House on the Prairie" chick once served as poultry editor for the St. Louis Star
    $200 8
This synonym for "fundamental" is the name of a common beginner's programming language
    $200 9
In 1918 this automaker bought the Dearborn Independent, calling it the "chronicler of neglected truth"
    $200 23
On Feb. 29, 1932 this Manassa Mauler KOed 2 men in less than 3 minutes in an exhibition match
    $200 20
The original draft for this read, "We hold these truths to be sacred and undeniable"
    $400 29
The woolly bear caterpillar grows up to be the Isabella tiger species of this insect
    $400 3
In her 1995 memoir "Angels Don't Die", she paid tribute to her father, Ronald Reagan
    $400 10
Digital computers use this number system in which the decimal number 12 becomes 1100
    $400 12
Ralph Capone was an important figure in organized crime, like this brother whom he survived
    $400 25
Named 1971's best amateur athlete in the U.S. on Feb. 29, 1972, he went on to win 7 Olympic gold medals
    $400 21
In a 1774 letter this king wrote, "The die is now cast, the colonies must either submit or triumph"
    DD: $1,000 5
This African mammal is named for the distinctive features seen here in close-up:
    $600 1
Like her "Looking for Mr. Goodbar", her 1997 novel "Perfidia" was inspired by a real murder case
    $600 11
From Greek for "to hide", it's putting a message in secret code
    $600 15
In her lifetime, this dollar coin suffragette's autograph was traded much like baseball cards today
    $600 27
On Feb. 29, 1972 he signed a new contract with Atlanta making him the highest paid player in baseball
    $600 19
In 1783 Benjamin Franklin wrote to Josiah Quincy, "There never was a good war or a bad" one of these
    $800 6
The "straw-necked" type of this wading bird isn't as well-known as the "sacred" or the "scarlet"
    $800 2
The name of this late "Petals on the Wind" author is now a registered trademark
    $800 13
This term for diplomatic procedure also refers to an agreed format for data to be communicated
    $800 16
Losing sight in the eye meant she couldn't perform surgery, but she became the USA's first woman doctor
    $800 26
Dick Button won the world figure skating title Feb. 29, 1952, 8 days after his Olympic gold in this Norway city
    DD: $2,000 24
In "The American Crisis", he wrote, "A bad cause will ever be supported by bad means and bad men"
    $1000 7
Sadly, the black-footed type of this small member of the weasel family is endangered
    $1000 18
In a 1916 story this "Little Lord Fauntleroy" author revealed "The Way to the House of Santa Claus"
    $1000 14
This powerful operating system from Bell Labs replaced an earlier system called Multics
    $1000 17
A famous Broadway theater & the alley it's on bear the name of these producer brothers
    $1000 28
On Feb. 29, 1980 this 51-year-old ex-Red Wing scored his 800th NHL goal
    $1000 22
Defending British soldiers for the Boston Massacre, he said, "Facts are stubborn things"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

P.D. Tricia Dan
$6,300 $7,200 $11,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It began in the early 1980s as Club des Talons Hauts, a stilt-walking troupe

Final scores:

P.D. Tricia Dan
$9,400 $12,200 $14,900
3rd place: Trip on Amtrak's Coast Starlight between Los Angeles & Seattle 2nd place: Trip to Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas New champion: $14,900

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

P.D. Tricia Dan
$5,900 $7,200 $10,400
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
1 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,500

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Game tape date: 1998-03-09
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