Show #3201 - Monday, June 29, 1998


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Joshua Brown, a copywriter from New York City, New York

Susan Davis, a graduate student from Portland, Oregon

Karim Khan, a digital librarian from Falls Church, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,205)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
The "Book of the Duchesse" is an elegy for the Duchess of Lancaster by this author of "The Canterbury Tales"
    $100 1
First Lady for most of the 1950s, she was a big fan of "As The World Turns"
    $100 17
He's foiled Dr. No's plan to deflect American rockets & SPECTRE's plan to start WWIII
    $100 12
    $100 22
In electricity, having a "short" is short for this kind of problem
    $100 11
"Numeric" term for the split seen here:
(in bowling)
    $200 7
"Virginibus Puerisque" is a whimsical collection of essays by this author of "Kidnapped"
    $200 2
A little bird told us some folks call her "Bird" for short
    $200 18
Helen Hunt & Bill Paxton are almost-divorced storm chasers Jo & Bill in this 1996 film
    $200 13
Barnes & Noble,
    $200 23
Take note: a secretary takes notes using this system that uses symbols for words & phrases
    $200 24
It's the video effect seen here:
    $300 8
This Bronte sister died 1 year after the publication of her second novel, "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall"
    $300 3
In 1972 this First Lady reportedly said, "Being the First Lady is the hardest unpaid job in the world"
    $300 19
John Travolta played paint salesman & disco king Tony Manero in this 1977 film
    $300 14
    $300 28
She reprised her "Cheers" role as Diane Chambers on "Frasier"
    $300 25
If you're doing this you're making superfine distinctions, so don't wig out
    $400 9
Of all Kipling's novels, this one, his last, has the shortest title
    $400 4
Originally named Elizabeth Ann, she said, "I always wanted to be called Elizabeth, but it didn't happen"
    $400 20
Jimmy Stewart character speaking in the clip seen here:
    DD: $500 15
    $400 29
It won't be long, because this kind of cook prepares food quickly, like at a diner
    $400 26
If you have a pair of 6s in this game, split them if the dealer has a 2 through 6 up
    $500 10
This author of "The Forsyte Saga" published his first novel, "Jocelyn", under the pen name John Sinjohn
    $500 5
Mary Todd Lincoln was born in this state, as was her husband
    $500 21
"A Song to Remember" portrayed this frail consumptive as a crusader for Polish independence
    $500 16
Toys "R" Us,
    $500 30
Someone with a quick temper is said to have one of these less than lengthy ignition devices
    $500 27
From Greek for "split", it's a split or breach in the unity of the church & it may be "Great"

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

Karim Susan Joshua
$1,600 $200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karim Susan Joshua
$3,800 $1,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
In 1879 the town of Leadville in this state had 350 bartenders, about 1 for every 15 residents
    $200 1
He authored "Notes on the State of Virginia"
    $200 21
This state led the U.S. in the production of iron & steel for more than a century
    $200 6
He didn't get nominated for Best Actor for "Gigi" but did get an honorary Oscar for that year
    $200 29
If it's Martedi in Milan, you're speaking this language
    $200 7
Polish universities are named for poet Adam Mickiewicz & for this 16th century astronomer
    $400 13
These last names of Springfield, Mass. gunmakers Horace & Daniel were very familiar to people in the Old West
    $400 2
"A Time to Heal"
    $400 22
An individual between the ages of 60 & 70...not one who studies human reproduction
    $400 17
Chuck Jones received one for his over 50 years of work in this field
    $400 30
If it's Kayobi in Kyoto, you're speaking this language
    $400 8
Gdynia's neighbor, this city of about 500,000 is one of Europe's shipbuilding centers
    $600 14
In 1901 a Pinkerton agent trailed this outlaw pair & Etta Place all the way to South America
    $600 3
"Strenuous Life"
    DD: $1,200 23
It's the only 12-letter word in the preamble to the U.S. Constitution
    $600 18
This 1973 honoree joined the Oscar club even though it would have him as a member
    $600 26
If it's Triti in Thessaloniki, you're speaking this language
    $600 9
The Democratic Union party evolved from this labor union to win national elections in 1991
    $800 15
A common sight in the Old West, it's the common name for the Russian thistle (if you get our drift)
    $800 4
"Looking Forward: An Autobiography"
    $800 24
12-letter word for a person who makes the type of item seen here:
    $800 19
They should have made this director's 1992 honorary Oscar "8 1/2" inches tall
    $800 27
If it's Youm Al-Tsoulatsa in Yemen, you're speaking this language
    $800 10
Karol Wojtyla, made archbishop of Krakow in 1964, is better known by this name he took in 1978
    $1000 16
Mark Twain & Julia Bulette both worked the streets of this Nevada town; Mark was a journalist
    DD: $800 5
"The Anti-Trust Act and the Supreme Court"
    $1000 25
Meadowlark Lemon was one for 24 years; Phileas Fogg for only 80 days
    $1000 20
Our gang on the board of governors voted this little rascal of a producer a 1983 honorary award
    $1000 28
If it's Hari Selasa on Sumatra, you're speaking this official language
    $1000 11
This "black" woman is a nationally famous icon in a monastery in Czestochowa

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karim Susan Joshua
$7,600 $3,800 $2,800
(lock-tie game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: They're over with, thank heaven!)
The tax on this was the subject of a 1794 "Rebellion" & an 1875 "Ring" scandal

Final scores:

Karim Susan Joshua
$7,600 $7,550 $3,601
2-day champion: $18,805 2nd place: Trip to Mexico City & Ixtapa 3rd place: Warner Bros. Publications

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Karim Susan Joshua
$7,600 $5,000 $2,900
25 R,
3 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $15,500

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