Show #3122 - Tuesday, March 10, 1998


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Janice Bosley, a senior programmer analyst from Baltimore, Maryland

Steve Hettinger, a waiter from Evansville, Indiana

Eric Prosser, an attorney from Oceanside, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
With the help of Anne Sullivan, her teacher, & John Macy, she published "The Story of My Life" in 1902
    $100 1
Clem has tried to grow this hominy grain, but his never gets close to the height of an elephant's eye
    $100 21
This metal is alloyed with 1% manganese to make it rigid enough for soda cans
    $100 16
In Oct. 1995 her "Jagged Little Pill" became the first album by a Canadian female to reach No. 1 in the U.S.
    $100 8
You might use this expression when an empty-headed person forgets what you just told him
    $100 22
It's the word for a burn of any degree caused by hot water
    $200 4
Without a doubt, her "Without A Doubt" sheds new light on the O.J. Simpson trial
    $200 2
Since he had no grain to store, Clem tried to sell this cylindrical structure to the Army for missiles
    $200 27
"Peanuts" of this plastic are found in boxes of variously-shaped products, & then in your hair, shoes, etc.
    $200 17
This former member of Cream wrote his 1992 hit, "Tears In Heaven", for his son Conor
    $200 9
If you're committed you're "In for a penny" & this
    $200 23
If you never run out of hot water, you might lower the setting of this household device to save energy
    $300 5
His Standard Oil Co. came under attack in the 1894 book "Wealth Against Commonwealth"
    $300 13
Like Lisa Douglas on "Green Acres", Clem gets allergic smelling this
    $300 28
To commence the flow of one brand of ketchup, strike the bottle where this number appears, as seen here:
    $300 18
This group is known as Zee "Little Ol' Band From Texas"
    $300 10
This phrase implies a person who's upset is like a sweaty horse, not that he's about to shave
    $300 24
The water variety of this Jewish roll is simmered before it's popped in the oven
    $400 6
"The Carpenter's Apprentice" tells of this former president & his work with Habitat For Humanity
    $400 14
Clem wishes he could afford one of these huge harvesting machines that cuts, threshes & cleans grain
    $400 29
In 1992 Madonna proved this sells, even wrapped in mylar, with her bestseller of the same name
    $400 19
This performer's 1985 "Part-Time Lover" became the first single to go to No. 1 on 5 Billboard charts
    $400 11
This phrase may have originally referred to political boss Ed or movie star Errol
    $400 25
From old Norse for "gush", these erupting springs are found in Iceland, New Zealand & Yellowstone
    $500 7
Famous for his "Filmgoer's Companion", he also wrote an autobiography, "Seats in All Parts"
    $500 15
Back in high school, Clem slept through the meetings of the FFA, which then stood for this
    $500 30
Term for a type of "bomb" or a spray can that contains gas under pressure
    DD: $1,500 20
Babyface won a 1994 Grammy for writing a hit by this R&B group heard here:
    $500 12
This Latin phrase tells of wine's ability to unleash the truth
    $500 26
Last name of twin brothers Francis & Freelan who manufactured steam-driven cars

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

Eric Steve Janice
$1,700 $800 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Steve Janice
$5,000 $1,900 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The Klamath River rises in this state then empties into the Pacific Ocean in California
    $200 11
This limited-run dramatic format came into vogue in the '70s with "Rich Man, Poor Man" & "Roots"
    $200 16
This general & his wife were supposed to go with the Lincolns that night but begged off
    $200 21
Indians of the southwest U.S. once used the curved spines of the barrel kind of this plant as fishhooks
    $200 22
A merchant's return on sales is also referred to as this margin
    $200 1
Technically neither part of its name is correct; it's a woodwind developed on the continent
    $400 7
Both Dakotas have areas of eroded terrain called this; South Dakota's has a national park named for it
    $400 12
In 1988 George Bush engaged this CBS anchorman in an on-air shouting match
    $400 17
Booth planned to shoot Lincoln in the third act of the comedy, hoping a big one of these would cover the shot
    $400 24
The head of this flower, seen here, may produce over 1,000 seeds
    DD: $5,000 23
Because many of these have happened to GE stock, 1 share bought in 1892 would be 1,536 today
    $400 2
It's what a golfer may use to try to correct a drive that's heading for the water
    $600 8
The 288-year-old town of Easton, Maryland sits on the eastern shore of this bay
    $600 13
The British invaded this show in 1964 as the Beatles appeared Feb. 9 & the Rolling Stones Oct. 25
    $600 18
The first of these in the house that night to reach Lincoln was Charles Leale
    $600 25
The Indians used this tree's "paper"-thin bark for wigwam covers
    $600 26
IPO means this, referring to the first time common shares of a stock can be purchased
    $600 3
In this language the Lord's Prayer begins, "Faeder ure thu the eart on heofonum"
    $800 9
The last time both major party conventions were held in the same place was 1972 in this southern "beach" city
    $800 14
On July 13, 1985, 1.5 billion people watched this rock concert for African famine relief
    $800 19
One of these pocket pistols was used to assassinate Lincoln
    $800 27
Developed from the McIntosh & delicious, the empire is a variety of apple developed in this state
    $800 29
You may exercise your right to work out this scheduling system to let employees set work hours
    DD: $1,500 4
Many show horses wear saddles & bridles of this fine material or they "Wear Nothing At All"
    $1000 10
The "files" on this large Illinois city include its historic leadership in screw production
    $1000 15
In 1951 viewers found this Tennessee senator's organized crime hearings quite arresting
    $1000 20
After Lincoln's assassination, he was jailed over a month until cleared & was forced to sell his theater
    $1000 28
During Elizabethan times this flower, known as the clove pink, was used to spice wine
    $1000 30
Michael Dell made his fortune by eliminating the middleman & selling these directly to customers
    $1000 5
Byron wrote of this season "Ending in July, to recommence in August"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Steve Janice
$11,800 $11,700 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

They're the 3 words found at the top of Mel Blanc's gravestone

Final scores:

Eric Steve Janice
$23,500 $23,000 $6,000
2-day champion: $34,500 2nd place: Trip to St. James Club, Antigua 3rd place: Sony Power Cinema Package

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eric Steve Janice
$10,800 $7,100 $4,100
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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