Show #3191 - Monday, June 15, 1998


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Lew Taylor, a musician and entertainer from Lynchburg, Virginia

Ben Douglas, a lawyer from San Francisco, California

Natalie Segal, a teacher and legal proofreader from Weathersfield, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Make a trek to Utrecht & you'll find yourself in this country
    $100 1
Widely hunted for their hides, the American, Cuban & Nile species of this reptile are now in danger
    $100 16
The Houses of Lancaster & York used different colored types of these flowers as their symbols
    $100 26
She debuted in a bit part as Woody Allen's date in "Annie Hall" 2 years before "Alien" made her a star
    $100 7
On "Saturday Night Live", William Shatner told attendees at this type of convention, "Get a life!"
    $100 12
It "makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise"
    $200 3
On the first Monday in June, this Kiwi country celebrates the Queen's birthday, the queen being Elizabeth
    $200 21
Because it dips its food in water, it has the scientific name Lotor, which means "washer"
    $200 17
He was thick-skulled, heavy-browed, about 5 feet tall & lived in Germany about 80,000 years ago
    $200 27
This half-sister of country singer Wynonna first hit the big screen in the 1992 comedy "Kuffs"
    $200 8
New England Federalists convened in Hartford in 1814 to denounce this war
    $200 13
In "The Wizard of Oz", Dorothy clicks her heels & repeats this before she's whisked back to Kansas
    $300 4
There are thousands of temples & shrines in this country's Katmandu Valley
    $300 22
Males of this duck-billed mammal have poison spurs on each hind foot that can kill small animals
    $300 18
The number of different hexagrams in the I Ching, or the number of squares on a checkerboard
    $300 28
At 13 this actress with a weekday in her name starred in the 1956 classic "Rock, Rock, Rock!"
    $300 9
In the film "Chasing Amy", boy meets girl at a convention for artists & fans of these
    $300 14
It "seldom knocks twice", so make the most of it
    $400 5
Homeland of Edvards Munch & Grieg
    $400 23
The barn species of this bird is sometimes called monkey-faced due to its simian features
    $400 19
When his friend became Pope in 1623, he thought he'd be allowed to discuss his heliocentric theory
    $400 29
The Al Pacino legal drama "...And Justice for All" marked the screen debut of this actor, later TV's "Coach"
    DD: $800 10
(Hi, I'm Paula Poundstone) I heard stories of Bob Dole in a towel at the 1996 Republican Convention in this California city
    $400 15
"Better the foot slip than" this body part
    $500 6
It became fully independent of South Africa March 21, 1990
    $500 24
The "great" species of this slender predatory fish seen here has been called the "Tiger of the Sea"
    $500 20
Native Americans grew these together with corn & at harvest time combined them into "M'sickquatash"
    $500 30
This son of Colleen Dewhurst & George C. Scott debuted in the 1988 film "Five Corners"
    $500 11
The Annapolis Convention of 1786 did nothing but suggest holding this convention in Philadelphia
    $500 25
"Manus manum lavat" is the Latin equivalent of this proverb

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Natalie Ben Lew
$100 $2,400 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Natalie Ben Lew
$600 $2,400 $5,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

HEY, "U"!
    $200 7
British commander Sir Edward Pakenham was killed in this battle fought 2 weeks after the War of 1812
    $200 6
Sheep Meadow & the Turtle Pond can be found in this 843-acre public playground
    $200 1
The ball used in this sport is about 11 inches long & about 7 inches wide at the center
    $200 14
"Every Who down in Who-ville liked Christmas a lot..."
    $200 21
It precedes label, suit & Jack
    $200 30
It's also called Chester cheese, & some people think it's the cat's meow
    $400 8
To reach eastern markets in the 1800s, Texas drovers brought their cattle to Kansas via this trail
    $400 12
One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the city; this is the second tallest
    $400 2
On Sept. 23, 1926 this heavyweight boxing champ lost his title to Gene Tunney in a decision
    $400 15
"True!-Nervous-very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad?"
    $400 22
It may be a mischievous scamp, or a "sea" creature
    $400 29
Parmesan is named for Parma, & this other grated cheese is named for Italy's capital
    $600 9
On November 14, 1889, the New York World called her trip, "The Longest Journey Known to Mankind"
    $600 13
A mast to moor dirigibles was added to this skyscraper, but only one ever moored successfully
    $600 3
Named for a U.S. doubles champ, this cup is presented to the winner of a 16-team men's tennis tourney
    DD: $1,400 16
"It was a pleasure to burn."
    $600 23
In legend, this mythical beast could purify poisoned water with its single horn
    $600 26
The "baby" type of this Dutch cheese, that's similar to Edam, is usually encased in red wax
    $800 10
On Mar. 27, 1964 this largest Alaska city was hit by an 8.4 earthquake
    $800 19
He was inaugurated for his second time as mayor of New York City January 1, 1998
    DD: $3,000 4
(Hi, I'm Greg Gumbel) During his 26-year career Sparky Anderson managed the Cincinnati Reds to 4 NL titles & this team to 1 AL championship
    $800 17
"All happy families are alike but an unhappy family is unhappy after its own fashion."
    $800 24
An entrepreneur who's launching a new enterprise, or a funeral director
    $800 27
This most famous Greek cheese is sometimes described as "pickled" because it's cured in brine
    $1000 11
In 1787 Arthur St. Clair became the first governor of this vast territory north of the Ohio River
    $1000 20
"Give My Regards to" this Broadway legend whose statue in Times Square is seen here:
    $1000 5
In 1973 Ron Turcotte rode this horse to the first Triple Crown victory in 25 years
    $1000 18
"My mother died. Today, or maybe it was yesterday."
    $1000 25
This citrus fruit from Jamaica is named for its lack of physical beauty
    $1000 28
Samsoe is a Swiss-style cow's milk cheese named for an island in this Scandinavian country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Natalie Ben Lew
$4,800 $10,800 $11,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Macbeth says to this character, "Thy bones are marrowless, thy blood is cold"

Final scores:

Natalie Ben Lew
$9,500 $4,800 $999
New champion: $9,500 2nd place: a trip to Stonefield Estate, Saint Lucia 3rd place: DuPont/Coleman camping gear

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Natalie Ben Lew
$4,000 $8,200 $11,300
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
29 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,500

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Game tape date: 1998-03-04
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