Show #3114 - Thursday, February 26, 1998

Chris Ward game 3.


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Tami Whitney, a college professor from Omaha, Nebraska

Dave Stone, a researcher from New Haven, Connecticut

Chris Ward, a foreign service officer from Lima, Peru (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In 1865, the 13th Amendment abolished "involuntary" this but permits it as a punishment for crimes
    $100 8
After you scoop these out of a jack-o'lantern, you can wash them & roast them on an oiled cookie sheet
    $100 1
It was once believed evil spirits hovered at this part of the house, so the bride is carried over it
    $100 16
She might have said, "Ivana be alone" when she split from The Donald in 1990
    $100 21
A male goat is a buck or billy; a female goat is called this
    $100 23
A steak doesn't get much more cooked than this
    $200 7
The 10th Amendment says powers not given to the federal gov't belong to the people or to these
    $200 9
Sweet pastries known as hamantaschen, or Haman's hats, are served for Purim, a holiday of this religion
    $200 2
A cap named for this Capulet adorns many a blushing bride
    $200 17
In May 1997 The Donald boasted he was divorcing her before the prenup could give her more of his millions
    $200 22
Goat Island separates the 2 waterfalls that make up this much larger one
    $200 24
They can raise your spirits by expressing their hopes for your success
    $300 12
As per Article I, the first group elected to this body was divided into those who would serve 2, 4, & 6 year terms
    $300 10
Mayiritsa soup & red-dyed eggs are served in Greece for this holiday
    $300 3
This queen wore English lace on her 1840 bridal gown to give the British lace-making industry a boost
    $300 18
We wonder if she still has "Terms of Endearment" for her ex-husband Timothy Hutton
    $300 28
It's the goat sign of the zodiac
    $300 25
It's said of a person with good manners & of a dog with a good pedigree
    $400 13
None of these "shall be granted by the" U.S. & no U.S. official shall accept one from another country
    $400 11
It's a Southern tradition to eat black-eyed peas for good luck on this day of the year
    DD: $300 4
There wasn't a traditional song for this pair to dance to at the reception until the following was written:

"You filled my life /
With so much joy /
As I watched you grow /
From that little boy"
    $400 19
She was married to Troy Donahue for just a few months, but her TV marriage to Bob Newhart ran for 6 years
    $400 29
Sheepskin or goatskin can be used to make this writing material
    $400 26
Another phrase meaning "let sleeping dogs lie"
    $500 14
Article 4 makes mandatory this process of returning a suspect to the state where a crime occurred
    $500 15
The name of this sweet, nutty Christmas loaf is German for post or support, not for "pilfered"
    $500 5
Instead of throwing rice, some guests release these insects--painted ladies, for example
    $500 20
This British entertainer might have asked, "What kind of fool am I?" when he & Joan Collins split up in 1970
    $500 30
In Greek myth this fire-breather killed by Bellerophon had a she-goat's body
    $500 27
It can be a person for whom ideas flow like water from a fountain

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Chris Dave Tami
$100 $1,300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Dave Tami
$2,800 $2,300 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: ...lad.)
    $200 10
We wonder if this man, who supplied bolts & spikes for the ship, ever took a midnight ride on her
    $200 12
Rathaus Schoneberg in this capital is the place where JFK made a famous speech on June 26, 1963
    $200 21
The competition on this instrument is usually between soloists, but sometimes bands compete
    $200 30
Dumas' 1831 play about this emperor helped make a big legend out of a short man
    $200 1
The Errol Flynn western named for this city climaxes with a gunfight at the Alamo
    $200 6
A plant that's bacciferous might bear cran- or huckle- ones
    $400 13
In her 1997 cruise, the ship made 4 knots using just 6 of these, 3 of them basketball court size
    $400 17
This Moroccan city for which a hat is named is noted for its tin-glazed earthenware
    $400 22
Dance competitions include the reel & this one with "Highland" in its name
    $400 29
Alexandre is known as Dumas this to distinguish him from his son (Dumas fils)
    $400 2
One of Errol Flynn's first films was "Murder at" this Monaco town
    $400 7
If you're oviferous, you bear these; hopefully not all in one basket
    $600 14
The name of this navy yard, Old Ironsides' permanent home, belongs to a historic area of Boston
    $600 18
Many Newar people, who are known for their artistic skills, live in this country's Katmandu Valley
    $600 23
A round stone ball is commonly used in this sport, also an event in the Olympics
    $600 26
Of course, the play "Les Freres Corse" translates to these "Brothers"
    $600 3
Ronald Reagan played George Armstrong Custer in the Errol Flynn film named for this New Mexico Trail
    $600 8
Anatomically speaking, something lactiferous or galactophorous bears this
    $800 15
Like fellow Mass. heavyweight Rocky Marciano, the Constitution won over 30 fights & lost this many
    $800 19
There's a branch of the University of Cairo in this capital of Sudan
    $800 24
The annual games in Antigonish, a town in this Canadian province, are similar to those in Braemar, Scotland
    $800 27
Dumas' 1836 play "Kean" was about Edmund Kean, a noted member of this profession
    $800 4
The Errol Flynn western named for this Kansas town inspired the plot of Mel Brooks' "Blazing Saddles"
    $800 9
A laniferous animal bears this & we're not pulling it over your eyes
    DD: $1,000 16
He wrote the poem that saved the ship from the scrap heap in the 1830s
    $1000 20
Early inhabitants of this eel-shaped Caribbean island called it Malliouhana
    $1000 25
Item being tossed in the event seen here:
    DD: $600 28
In 1860-61 Dumas himself aided this man in his invasion of Sicily
    $1000 5
Don Ameche & Betty Grable starred in "Moon Over" this city; Errol Flynn wasn't in it
    $1000 11
Don't cry for me argentiferous, it just means that something bears for this metal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Dave Tami
$7,400 $5,900 $5,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He launched his lecturing career in 1866 with a talk later titled "Our Fellow Savages of the Sandwich Islands"

Final scores:

Chris Dave Tami
$11,801 $10,900 $0
3-day champion: $41,102 2nd place: Sears Gift Certificates 3rd place: Sears Gift Certificates

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Dave Tami
$8,300 $6,900 $5,300
18 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
17 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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