Show #3133 - Wednesday, March 25, 1998


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David Cruthers, an arts council director from Groton Long Point, Connecticut

Maryanne Ackershoek, an associate editor and online writer from Wayne, New Jersey

Bill Johnson, a cattle breeder from Fort Mill, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,510)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
You can cross this city's Francis Scott Key Bridge by the dawn's early light
    $100 6
Between TV stints as Andy Griffith's son & Tom Bosley's son, he played Henry Fonda's son on "The Smith Family"
    $100 1
KO is this company that wants to K.O. PEP (Pepsico)
    $100 21
Joan Embery's version of Animal House
    $100 16
This organization was krippled in 1925 when D.C. Stephenson, a Grand Dragon, was convicted of murder
    $100 30
Propane-fueled burners provide this to lift balloons; politicians make their own
    $200 12
In 1937 the Loyalists in Spain made this city their capital
    $200 7
In 1979 this Canadian made his U.S. TV debut on "Letters from Frank" & added the initial "J." to his name
    $200 2
We hope you're not "stuck on" this company, JNJ, but they do
    $200 22
Below par, off one's feed, under the weather, in short -- this
    $200 17
Britain's longest trial ended in 1997 with 2 pamphleteers found guilty of libeling this fast-food company
    $200 26
In 1984 Joe Kittinger in Rosie O' Grady's matched this Lindbergh feat in the Spirit of St. Louis
    $300 13
Aurelia Aquensis in ancient times, you may want to take a "double" dip in this German city's baths
    $300 8
From 1981 to 1985 Orson Welles provided the voice of the elusive Robin Masters on this series
    $300 3
HD isn't Hugh Downs, but this do-it-yourself store
    $300 23
Splash guard for a baby
    $300 18
Clarence Darrow & Jimmy Hoffa faced trial for tampering with these to affect earlier trials
    $300 27
In 1783 Jacques Charles took flight No. 1 of a balloon filled with this gas, atomic No. 1
    $400 14
Its first name was F‑E‑L‑S‑I‑N‑A, not O‑S‑C‑A‑R
    DD: $500 9
Ann Guilbert, who played Millie on "The Dick Van Dyke Show", now plays a grandma on this sitcom:
    $400 4
The business section of The Toledo Blade may report on this company, G
    $400 24
Short job for a musician
    $400 19
Nickname of Black Panther Elmer Pratt, released in 1997 because evidence was suppressed at his 1972 trial
    $400 28
In one type of race the hare takes off first & is "dogged" by competing balloons called these
    $500 15
The center of the Czech Republic's wool industry, it looks like it needs to buy a vowel
    $500 10
Originally Lisa Kudrow was set to play Roz on this sitcom but the role was recast with Peri Gilpin
    $500 5
As one of the top stocks, this company, KMB, likes to diaper the bottom line
    $500 25
A cackleberry
    $500 20
Caryl Chessman based appeals on the fact that this person died before transcribing his notes
    $500 29
The basket a balloon carries & its contents are called this, like a rocket's cargo

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

Bill Maryanne David
$800 $1,200 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Maryanne David
$2,900 $2,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1492 he chartered the Santa Maria from Juan de la Cosa, who became its sailing master
    $200 11
What Bogart actually said in this film was "If she can stand it, I can. Play it!"
    $200 6
J.N. Reynolds' "Mocha Dick", about a white whale, was published 12 years before this man's "Moby Dick"
    $200 21
Claude Bessy, director of this European capital's Opera Ballet School, won a 1997 award
    $200 16
In 1898 this "radiant" physicist invented a method of extracting radioactive material from ore
    $200 22
"Flammable" has come into common use because this longer word could be misinterpreted
    $400 2
Until abolished in 404 A.D., gladiatorial games had been held at this Rome site for over 300 years
    $400 12
Carroll O' Connor played Julie Andrews' father in this film based on a James Michener novel
    $400 7
World leader who was the subject of David Halberstam's 1971 book "Ho"
    $400 27
1957 & 1977 award winners Jerome Robbins & Peter Martins took over this Balanchine troupe in 1983
    $400 17
In 1942 this star of "Ecstasy" & "Algiers" received a patent for a radio-controlled torpedo
    $400 23
This feminine suffix is more widely accepted after host or heir than after poet
    $600 3
On April 10, 1974 she resigned as Israel's prime minister but served as a caretaker until June
    $600 13
Gary Busey, Karen Black & Keith Carradine wrote songs for this film; Keith's "I'm Easy" won an Oscar
    $600 8
Thomas Pynchon followed "V" with this novel about the V-2 rocket
    DD: $3,000 28
1978 winner seen here in a 1985 film:
    DD: $2,000 18
Type of shoe seen here, invented by Anna Kalso, it made its U.S. debut on April 22, 1970:
    $600 24
Churchill called the rule against ending a sentence with this something "Up with which I will not put"
    $800 4
In the 1770s this British sea captain circled Antarctica but ice packs kept him from sighting land
    $800 14
Elvis Presley had "Fun In" this Mexican resort city with Ursula Andress -- who wouldn't?
    $800 9
If you read her new book "Sex & The Single Girl" at 21 you're 57 now (& no longer a girl)
    $800 29
This tall co-star/co-director/co-choreographer of "My One And Only" was one of only 5 winners in 1984
    $800 19
In the 1950s Grace Hopper created this "Common Business-Oriented Language" for computers
    $800 25
It's the preferred past participle of hang when it means "put to death by hanging"
    $1000 5
This 16-year-old "Black Prince" led his men to victory at the battle of Crecy in August 1346
    $1000 15
Luckily, the 1947 Alan Ladd film named for this city wasn't a "black hole" in his career
    $1000 10
Olive Chancellor was into woman's lib in his 1886 novel "The Bostonians"
    $1000 20
Stephanie Kwolek of this Delaware chemical firm created Kevlar, a lightweight material used in bulletproof vests
    $1000 26
Using this adverb to mean "it is desirable that" has been much debated by writers on language

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Maryanne David
$7,500 $11,600 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Graders, gaugers, spikers & bolters built these

Final scores:

Bill Maryanne David
$14,999 $16,600 $15,800
3rd place: Burett Abyss Swiss Watch New champion: $16,600 2nd place: Trip to Beaches Resort, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Maryanne David
$7,400 $10,200 $5,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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