Show #3484 - Thursday, October 28, 1999


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Jon Muir, a lawyer originally from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Patti Sturr, a collection agent from Tempe, Arizona

Janet Leach, a production control specialist from Greenland, New Hampshire (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the title, you have to name the war in...)
    $100 2
The last execution for this offense in Salem, Massachusetts took place September 22, 1692
    $100 6
John Gavin was signed to play him in "Diamonds Are Forever", but then Sean Connery was lured back
    $100 26
Male mosquitos usually feed on nectar; it's the female mosquitos who usually feed on this substance
    $100 17
This pair were killed in an ambush set up by ex-Texas Ranger Frank Hamer May 23, 1934
    $100 11
"Cold Mountain"
    $100 1
Whitewater & touring are the most common types of this vessel
    $200 3
This large entertainment complex opened near Kissimmee October 1, 1971
    $200 7
Films in this series include "Dream Warriors", "The Dream Master" & "Freddy's Revenge"
    $200 28
The red-gilled nudibranch is a snail that, unlike the periwinkle or limpet, lacks one of these
    $200 18
A 1934 headline read, he "used wooden gun to escape"
    $200 12
"Baa Baa Black Sheep"
    $200 22
In 1979 this rock group topped the charts with "My Sharona"
    $300 4
In 1951 this man commuted the sentence of his would-be assassin Oscar Collazo to life in prison
    $300 8
In a series of 14 films in the 1930s & 1940s Nigel Bruce was Watson to his Sherlock Holmes
    $300 29
This green fruit's juice, which has a high level of citric acid, was used by the British navy to prevent scurvy
    $300 19
Arthur Bremer stalked Richard Nixon before stalking & shooting this Alabama governor
    $300 13
"The Enormous Room",
"All Quiet on the Western Front"
    $300 23
This Scottish word for church dates back over 800 years
    $400 5
In 1848 a shipping canal completed through an old Indian portage linked Chicago with this mighty river system
    $400 9
William Boyd was 40 when he began playing this hero in a series of 66 low-budget westerns
    $400 30
These airborne grains from trees, grass or weeds may produce hay fever attacks
    $400 20
New England criminal seen here in 1973 with some of the jewelry, including chokers, he made in prison:
    DD: $500 14
"The Bridges at Toko-Ri",
"Retreat, Hell!"
    $400 24
In England, it's a telephone booth; in the U.S., a small multi-sided structure such as a newsstand
    $500 16
Williamsburg & this last Revolutionary War battle site are part of Virginia's "Historic Triangle"
    $500 10
Occupation of Andy Hardy's long-suffering father
    $500 27
This legless lizard is named for its fragility
    $500 21
Arrested over 30 times, she paid her fines with profits from selling souvenir hatchets with her name on them
    $500 15
"A Bright Shining Lie",
"Flight of the Intruder"
    $500 25
This coin is 1/100th of a ruble

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

Janet Patti Jon
$300 $1,200 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Janet Patti Jon
$1,200 $2,800 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Her middle intial B. stood for Brownell
    $200 6
Proverbially, "It Takes Two" to perform this Latin dance
    $200 22
This '60s style was named for the flared shape of the jeans' lower portion
    $200 18
Since marrying Broadway actress Rachel Miner, he's no longer "Home Alone"
    $200 8
To change dollars into pesos, or Christians into Jews
    $200 1
A 1972 Bowie album chronicled "The Rise and Fall of" this glam-rock persona "and the Spiders from Mars"
    $400 14
When she married Henry Stanton in 1840, she insisted on omitting the word "obey" from the marriage vows
    $400 7
An old debate asks how many of these beings could dance on the head of a pin
    $400 23
Jeans were originally called "waist-high" these, as distinguished from "bib" ones
    $400 19
Nelson Mandela's 1998 wedding was officiated by a team of clerics led by this Anglican archbishop
    $400 9
From Latin for "change", this type of change in DNA causes sickle cell anemia
    $400 2
The film "2001" inspired this song heard here:
    $600 15
It's the number of the U.S. Constitutional amendment that gave women the right to vote
    $600 28
A gandy dancer works on this all the livelong day
    $600 24
Levi's first famous line, it was probably the item number Levi Strauss assigned in his wholesale catalog
    DD: $400 20
560 guests (& 200 million TV viewers) watched Sophie Rhys-Jones marry this charming prince
    $600 10
The movement of starlight toward the long end of the spectrum is called the "Red" this
    $600 3
In 1985 he & David Bowie recorded a duet of "Dancing in the Street" to benefit Live Aid
    $800 16
A utilitarian philosopher who worked with suffrage societies, he wrote 1869's "The Subjection of Women"
    $800 29
Game show that featured the dance seen here:
("Gene, Gene the Dancing Machine")
    $800 25
In the disco era many said, "Uh-oh, Sergio" as they squeezed into this brand of designer jeans
    $800 21
Bryant Gumbel served as Best Man in 1998 when this "Today" co-host married model Annette Roque
    $800 11
"Directional" change the Supreme Court makes when it takes the opposite view from a lower court
    $800 4
This ex-Beatle co-wrote & sang back-up on "Fame", Bowie's first song to hit No. 1 in the U.S.
    $1000 17
The first woman to run for president, she was a proponent of free love as well as suffrage
    DD: $1,400 26
Introduced in 1947, this brand was designed by Philadelphia tailor "Rodeo Ben" Lichtenstein
    $1000 27
Daughter Laura Dern was Maid of Honor when she wed a businessman on Valentine's Day, 1999
    $1000 12
This 6-syllable word refers specifically to the changing of bread & wine into the body & blood of Christ
    $1000 5
In 1980 David Bowie made his Broadway debut playing John Merrick in this drama

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Janet Patti Jon
$5,800 $5,200 $5,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: One of them's in Canada!)
This capital's name is from the Greek for "Three Towns"

Final scores:

Janet Patti Jon
$10,800 $2,700 $300
2-day champion: $25,800 2nd place: Trip to Delta Chelsea Inn, Toronto, Canada 3rd place: Polaroid Photomax Digital Camera Creative Kit

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Janet Patti Jon
$5,800 $5,400 $6,600
16 R,
0 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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Game tape date: 1999-08-04
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