Show #3130 - Friday, March 20, 1998


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Carol Tierney, a program manager originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Boze Hadleigh, a writer from Beverly Hills, California

Jeff Chrzanowski, a computer engineer originally from Marlton, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Tomorrow is Saturday, so we'll deal with...)
    $100 2
Space Mountain & Star Tours are among its attractions
    $100 1
This title dog's real first name is Scoobert
    $100 10
George Lucas is planning a 3-part prequel to this 1977 film
    $100 20
Pre-"Peanuts", he sold some of his cartoons to the Saturday Evening Post
    $100 14
Members observe Saturday Sabbath because of Genesis 2:3, which says God did this on the seventh day
    $200 3
In 1960 the Shirelles asked this musical question
    $200 4
Mush Mouth & Dumb Donald were some of the Cosby kids on the show whose title featured this one
    $200 11
He played Cameron Poe, an almost-paroled convict thwarting an escape attempt in "Con Air"
    $200 21
In the March 17, 1956 issue, Gary Cooper said, "In Westerns you were permitted to kiss" this "but never your girl"
    $200 15
Like Jews, many Adventists follow Leviticus 11:7 in abstaining from this meat
    $300 16
In the novel "Gone with the Wind", it follows "I'll think of some way to get him back"
    $300 5
"The Immature Radioactive Samurai Slugs" on "Tiny Toons" were a parody of this cartoon group
    $300 12
In the same film, Mike Myers played Dr. Evil & this international man of mystery, baby
    $300 23
Born in NYC in 1894, he painted 317 covers for the Post over 47 years
    $300 22
The church funds worldwide good works by this contribution of 10% of members' incomes
    $400 7
Annie told us you could "bet your bottom dollar that" this would happen
    $400 6
In 1985 an animated version of this Soleil Moon Frye sitcom character made the scene
    DD: $500 13
In serials from the '30s & '40s, Charles Middleton played this evil emperor seen here:

"The expedition must be destroyed, with two exceptions: Zarkov and Flash Gordon. As a prisoner, Zarkov will be of great use to me in my conquest of the universe."
    $400 24
The Post's history goes back to The Pennsylvania Gazette founded by this man
    $400 27
Beer lovers head for the beer halls of this Bavarian city, the birthplace of Oktoberfest
    $400 17
Heard here, he left rock 'n' roll in 1957 to be ordained a Seventh-Day Adventist minister:

"Womp-bomp-a-loom-op-a-womp-bomp-bomp! Tutti frutti, all rooty! Tutti frutti, all rooty!"
    $500 8
This advice on procrastination is credited to a 1749 letter written by Lord Chesterfield to his son
    $500 9
This ape was the white elephant that pet store owner Mr. Peebles couldn't get rid of
    $500 19
This sailor hero's adventures include "The Golden Voyage" & "The Eye of the Tiger"
    $500 25
The 6 Earl Derr Biggers novels about this Chinese-American detective were first serialized in the Post
    $500 26
Guacara Taina in this capital of the Dominican Republic may be the world's only disco-in-a-cave
    $500 18
This group named for a king of Israel split from the church in 1934, a "branch" of it became notorious in 1993

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Jeff Boze Carol
$1,000 $1,900 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Boze Carol
$3,100 $3,100 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The area of physics divided into statics & dynamics or the guys replacing your head gasket
    $200 7
Opened in 1869, part of it follows the route of a canal dug 12 centuries earlier
    $200 6
    $200 22
This Kansan made her last known take-off from New Guinea; if you find out where she is, let us know
    $200 9
This name for a railroad terminal at Park & 42nd is a synonym for frenzied activity
    $400 2
Term for one end of a bar magnet, or for one of the discoverers of radium
    $400 13
One of the 3 large empires of 19th century Eastern Europe was this "Sick Man"
    $400 28
In this 1981 Burt Reynolds film, the first race car to reach California won
    $400 16
    $400 8
The Republicans had been around less than 30 years when they were dubbed this
    $600 3
By definition, liquids & gases do this under stress, solids don't
    $600 20
In 1880 this Lincoln county sheriff captured Billy the Kid
    DD: $3,000 27
Family that's California bound in the clip seen here:

"Think it'll hold?"
    $600 15
    $600 19
He's the most famous man we know from Russell, Kansas
    $600 11
Term for an extended visit to Europe, once an essential part of a British gent's upbringing
    $800 4
In the 19th C. Rudolf Clausius coined this word for measuring increasing disorder in a system
    DD: $1,900 14
On sale May 1, 1840, the first postage stamp with adhesive on the back had this person on the front
    $800 26
In this 1995 film, Whoopi, Mary-Louise & Drew head to San Diego
    $800 17
    $800 23
This Wild West town might still be wild if native son Dennis Hopper still lived there
    $800 10
A 1085-mile waterway in China & a 2.5 mile waterway in Venice are both called this
    $1000 5
Silicon is a semiconducting material; this is the term for nonconductors like plastics
    $1000 21
1853 purchase that brought the contiguous U.S. about up to its present area
    $1000 25
In "Calendar Girl" Jason Priestley heads to L.A. to meet this movie star
    $1000 18
    $1000 24
This author of the "Guys & Dolls" stories really was from Manhattan--Manhattan, Kansas, that is
    $1000 12
At 15 in 1991, Judit Polgar became the youngest person & one of the few women to attain this rank

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Boze Carol
$8,700 $8,400 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 19th c., selling stock you didn't yet own, hoping it would fall, was called selling this animal's skin

Final scores:

Jeff Boze Carol
$599 $16,400 $600
3rd place: Ellesse Swiss-crafted sports watch New champion: $16,400 2nd place: Intel Create & Share Camera Pack software, Intel 300 MHz P2 PC, and Bush telescoping desk

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Coryat scores:

Jeff Boze Carol
$8,700 $7,900 $4,100
20 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,700

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