Show #3136 - Monday, March 30, 1998


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Kim Lynn, a program manager from Warner Robins, Georgia

Ken Costa, a newspaper editor from San Mateo, California

Bradley Goodwill, an actor from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
The fall guy in the Teapot Dome scandal, Albert Fall, was born November 26, 1861 in this season
    $100 12
A fungal infection common in this state's San Joaquin valley is now called Valley fever
    $100 21
Unusually, the Palomino type of this, from which sherry is made, is also tasty to eat
    $100 3
On December 7, he said his primary task was to "establish a continuity in government"
    $100 1
This pirate punishment is more fiction than reality
    $100 23
In 1997 scientists extracted this genetic material from a Neanderthal's arm bone
    $200 17
According to "You've Got A Friend", it's when you can call your "friend" James Taylor
    $200 13
This poet called a valley outside Balaklava "The Valley of Death"
    $200 22
Term for wine, like sherry or port, that has spirits added to boost its potency
    $200 7
On December 4, the American Cancer Society released a study linking this with early death
    $200 2
The U.S. Army Signal Corps developed this portable 2-way radio set in 1933. Over.
    $200 27
In 1978 Mary Leakey noticed these, left by hominids 3 million years ago in volcanic ash
    $300 18
According to the old song, it's when "she's your tootsey wootsey"
    $300 14
Come & sit by my side if you know this valley straddles the border of Texas & Oklahoma
    $300 24
Flor, a white film type of this fermenting agent, gives some sherries a distinctive tang
    DD: $500 8
In Dec. 1963, The 4 Seasons split with their record label, signed with a new one & had a hit with this song:

"Think! Think! Oh the places you'll see /
Now think what the future would be /
With a poor boy like me..."
    $300 4
This Bangles hit was aided by a "King Tut" video, & was later certified gold
    $300 28
Found in China's Cho-K'ou-Tien caves in the 1920s, the fossils of this "man" disappeared in WWII
    $400 19
The University of Cambridge's Michaelmas term takes place in this season
    $400 15
This "Great" valley runs from the Valley of the Jordan to Southern Africa
    $400 25
Don't sit on your response; identify this sherry barrel holding over 100 gallons
    $400 9
Kenya gained its independence from Britain on December 12, & this man became its first prime minister
    $400 5
If you've been fired, you've received these
    $500 20
In this 1973 film Joanne Woodward obsesses on her childhood
    $500 16
In 1997 thousands left this river valley in Germany & Poland to avoid extensive floods
    $500 26
The cream sherry of this Bristol, England firm is perhaps the world's best-known brand
    $500 10
On December 4, this coach at Northwestern signed a 4-year contract to coach football at Notre Dame
    $500 6
In the 1960s this tropical fish which comes out of the water at night was introduced into Florida

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

Bradley Ken Kim
-$400 $1,100 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bradley Ken Kim
$200 $700 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The urbane Brazilian author Machado de Assis set most of his works among the wealthy of this city
    $200 7
Working men wear blue ones, businessmen wear white ones & clergymen wear reversed ones
    $200 12
Shades of Davy Crockett, David killed him one of these when he was a lad; it was attacking his sheep
    $200 2
A depiction of Long Island appears on the logo of this NHL team
    $200 16
Julia Roberts' ex-husband, he's toured & recorded with his "Large Band"
    $200 26
Totem poles were once raised as a part of the potlatch feast of tribes living on the coast of this ocean
    $400 3
This chronicler of boys rising from poverty never wrote the major novel he planned
    $400 21
By sneaking around in rubber soles, some detectives acquired this sobriquet
    $400 13
According to 1 Kings 10, Solomon imported apes & these eye-tailed birds
    $400 8
A starting lineup consists of 2 defensemen, 3 forwards & this player, the only one allowed to hold the puck
    $400 17
In 1924 he teamed up with Nathan Leopold to commit a highly imperfect crime
    $400 27
Totem poles are traditionally carved in the fragrant wood of this tree also popular for chests
    $600 4
H.C. Andersen & this existentialist philosopher were contemporaries in 19th century Copenhagen
    $600 22
This term for a shapely young woman was Lana Turner's nickname in her pinup days
    $600 14
The Pharaoh gave Abraham's wife some asses & some of these desert draft animals
    $600 9
Most shots in hockey are wrist shots, or these in which a full backswing is used to gain more force
    $600 18
In "The Maltese Falcon", he calls Sydney Greenstreet "You bloated idiot! You stupid fathead!"
    $600 28
This feature on a thunderbird's face is often carved separately & attached to the pole
    $800 5
The 1867 stage melodrama "Under the Gaslight" featured a dramatic rescue from an oncoming one of these
    $800 23
The office attire of business-minded entertainment executives gives them this name
    $800 15
According to Deuteronomy, you can't do this to a bat, even if it's been batter-dipped
    $800 10
In 1924 this Boston team became the first from the U.S. to join the NHL
    $800 19
This Medici to whom Machiavelli addressed "The Prince" was less magnificent than his same-named grandfather
    DD: $1,200 29
Also known for its tree carving ability, it's the rodent depicted here:
    $1000 6
Felicia Dorothea Hemans' best-remembered poem tells of the brave boy who "stood on" this
    $1000 24
A college athlete sitting out a year of games, preserving his or her eligibility
    $1000 20
The eighth plague on Egypt not only came down like a plague of these, it was a plague of these
    $1000 11
The game of cricket gave us this term for 3 or more goals scored by a player in a game
    DD: $2,000 25
This politician married Teddy Roosevelt's daughter Alice, who outlived him by 49 years
    $1000 30
The figures on a pole often represent these societal units within tribes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bradley Ken Kim
$6,400 $4,900 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This type of establishment gets its name from the Latin for "to restore"

Final scores:

Bradley Ken Kim
$12,800 $1,100 $3,999
2-day champion: $27,800 3rd place: assorted CDs from Warner Brothers 2nd place: a week-long trip to Jamaica at Beaches on Air Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bradley Ken Kim
$6,900 $4,900 $7,000
22 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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