Show #3199 - Thursday, June 25, 1998


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Kathleen Hale, a lawyer and homemaker from Chagrin Falls, Ohio

John Bunnell, an attorney from Newport, Tennessee

Dan Kennedy, a systems analyst from Alberta, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The political ring led by this man stole as much as $200 million from NYC before it was ousted in 1871
    $100 5
The Spaniards called it pina de Indes from its resemblance to a pine cone
    $100 7
It was built in 1889 & in the movies it's visible from every window in every building in Paris
    $100 15
Edmond Rostand work that includes the line "Enorme, mon nez!" -- "My nose is huge!"
    $100 26
She practiced tax law after giving up chemistry & in 1979 became prime minister of Great Britain
    $100 21
This type of street might have a sign that reads "No Outlet"
    $200 2
John Adams appointed this John chief justice
    $200 6
In England & Scandinavia this is the traditional bird for the Christmas feast, not the turkey
    $200 11
On film, unlike in nature, these 2 atmospheric events are seen & heard simultaneously
    $200 17
The Latin proverb "Ubi amor, ibi oculus" is translated as "Where love is, there" this "wanders"
    $200 27
20th century "fox" seen here:
(David Copperfield's fiance)
    $200 22
It's a type of lock that has no spring
    $300 3
President who signed the Alaskan Pipeline Act during the energy crisis
    $300 8
Its history shows the French taking an Austrian crescent roll & making it with puff pastry, not bread dough
    $300 12
It always sounds just as a teacher finishes making an important point
    $300 18
Ben Franklin advised, "Keep your mouth wet" & these "dry"
    $300 28
In 1997 Pope John Paul II called this late nun "The unforgettable mother of the poor"
    $300 23
One who gets into a concert for free, a fan of the Grateful Dead, or both
    $400 4
The Glass-Steagall Banking Act of 1933 created this agency that guarantees bank accounts
    $400 9
In 1938 Herman Warden Lay started selling these under his own brand name
    $400 13
Luckily, these weapons have color-coded internal wires that allow easy disarming
    $400 19
Jonathan Swift wrote, "I am as old as my tongue, and a little older than" these
    $400 29
In 1996 she married fellow speed skater David Cruikshank
    $400 24
Comedy style associated with Buster Keaton
    $500 16
This state's constitution of 1849 let married women retain control of their own property
    DD: $500 10
NYC restaurateur famous for his namesake: grilled corned beef, Swiss & sauerkraut on rye
    $500 14
In Hollywood films, most phone numbers begin with these 3 digits
    $500 20
Shelley penned, "Worse than a bloody hand is a hard" one of these
    $500 30
In 1982 this former First Lady founded the National Wildflower Research Center in Austin, Texas
    $500 25
It's the term for mail the Postal Service can't deliver

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

Dan John Kathleen
$3,000 $500 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan John Kathleen
$4,900 $1,000 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
10 kids, 9 seats, 1 piano & you're ready to play this
    $200 2
Recent fad inspired by the land divers of Pentecost Island, who use it as a rite of passage for young boys
    $200 14
Macduff calls him a "coward" & a "hell-hound" & then cuts his head off -- mercifully, offstage
    $200 21
Oklahoma's is the scissor-tailed flycatcher
    $200 19
There's no need to keep mum about it, mum is short for this flower
    $200 8
Ex-E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg leads the house band for this current "Late Show" host
    $400 4
To stand up to the results of your actions, or to stand like an orchestra conductor
    $400 13
Vailima, this author's mansion in western Samoa, has now been "Kidnapped" by the country's head of state
    $400 15
This Magna Carta king tells his son, "I am a scribbled form, drawn with a pen upon a parchment"
    $400 26
In 1909 John Mitchell reportedly organized the first American troop of these boys, in Pawhuska
    $400 20
The opium variety of this flower yields a powerful narcotic, & non-narcotic seeds used in baking
    $400 9
This heavy metal band bears the last name of drummer Alex as well as his brother Eddie
    $600 5
A 1787 Mozart serenade, or a 1973 Sondheim show
    $600 30
You can order carved wooden models of the HMS Bounty from this island's web site
    $600 16
This title prince of Tyre taunts King Antiochus: "Great king, few love to hear the sins they love to act"
    $600 29
At the turn of the century, the area was divided into 2 territories: Oklahoma & this
    $600 23
Blue Moon & Dainty Bess are hybrid tea varieties of this flower
    $600 10
"Rumours" have it this band that sang "Go Your Own Way" was named for its drummer
    $800 6
These first 3 words of a famous quote are useful when you need "to soothe a savage breast"
    $800 28
The Cook Islands use the currency of this island nation as well as its own, including a $2 triangular coin
    DD: $3,100 17
His fool calls him a fool, saying, "All thy other titles thou hast given away; that thou wast born with"
    $800 22
Oklahoma once competed annually with Georgia to see who could make the biggest pie out of these nuts
    $800 24
The story on these flowers, seen here, is that they open for only a few hours each day:
    $800 11
This jazz legend who died in 1987 waged epic drum battles with Gene Krupa
    $1000 7
According to Pythagoras, it was harmonious, made by the planets & inaudible on Earth
    $1000 27
The south Pacific's last remaining kingdom, its name means "South" in many Polynesian languages
    $1000 18
Fed up with this fairy king, Titania vows, "I have forsworn his bed and company"
    DD: $1,000 1
Like Florida's capital, this 2nd-largest Oklahoma city got its name from the Creek for "old town"
    $1000 25
Butterflies are especially fond of these flowers whose name sounds like you just can't wait for them to grow
    $1000 12
Since the breakup of his band, heard here, this drummer has become a noted film composer:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan John Kathleen
$9,300 $6,700 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This author born in 1904 grew up near Mulberry Street in Springfield, Massachusetts

Final scores:

Dan John Kathleen
$3,999 $13,400 $2,300
2nd place: Trip to Sheraton Princess Kalulani Hotel, Hawaii New champion: $13,400 3rd place: Sony Power Cinema Package

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dan John Kathleen
$9,300 $4,400 $7,300
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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Game tape date: 1998-03-09
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