Show #3358 - Wednesday, March 24, 1999


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Susanne Sutton, a housewife from Atlanta, Georgia

Brad Nail, a liability analyst from West Palm Beach, Florida

Robin LeMaster, a graduate student from Laguna Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

NO. 32
    $100 11
This lieutenant colonel recruited some of his Rough Riders at William Menger's hotel in San Antonio
    $100 26
The prime time spellcaster wasn't Sabrina, but Samantha in this series
    $100 19
It includes the postcentral gyrus, the precentral gyrus, the parietal lobe & the occipital lobe
    $100 15
The May beetle is also called this, perhaps when it shows up a few weeks late
    $100 6
The Los Angeles Lakers retired his No. 32 jersey
    $100 1
Disgruntled Disney dwarf
    $200 12
In Old West talk, "fit" was the past tense of this
    $200 20
Alphabetically, he's Santa's first reindeer
    $200 16
The katydid is also called the long-horned (meaning long-antennaed) one of these
    $200 7
It begins "Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven"
    $200 2
Thank you, in Tampico
    $300 13
This hat maker traveled west, saw a need & returned in 1865 to make his famous hat in Philadelphia
    $300 21
The Span. abbrev. for one of these is OVNI (objecto volador no identificado)
    $300 17
Its shape allows it to hide among twigs
    $300 8
Before a crowd of almost 70,000, this team won Super Bowl XXXII January 25, 1998
    $300 3
A source of rumors, or of Riesling
    DD: $200 14
He tried to help the town of Dolores, N.M. in 1900 by using static electricity to extract gold out of gravel
    $400 24
Over 14 times the mass of the Earth, this planet is seventh from the sun
    $400 22
This fly that you might find "in distress" resembles a dragonfly but folds its wings back at rest
    $400 9
On May 11, 1858 this "North Star" state became U.S. state No. 32
    $400 4
You throw it down, or run it
    $500 18
Ogden, now this state's sixth-largest city, was named for an Old West fur trapper
    $500 25
A patron of wisdom & good fortune, the Hindu god Ganesha bears the head of this animal
    $500 23
Because of its colors, the butterfly seen here is named after this beast
    $500 10
The 32nd Academy Award for Best Picture went to this 1959 epic
    $500 5
"Cheesy" Dutch city

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

Robin Brad Susanne
$0 $1,500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Brad Susanne
-$400 $1,300 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
On July 4, 1803 Thomas Jefferson supplied this pair with a general letter of credit to use on their trip
    $200 7
We'll never tire of telling you its symbol is GR, not B.F.
    $200 17
Mythic Sumerian hero Utnapishtim built a big boat & survived this catastrophe
    $200 12
1997's "Calling All Stations" was their first album since Phil Collins left the group
    $200 25
Grover Cleveland Alexander was inducted into this sport's Hall of Fame in 1938 & interred in Nebraska in 1950
    $200 1
It refers to the behavior of teenagers, or of immature adults
    $400 21
Speke stopped speaking to Burton after their trip to find the source of this river
    $400 8
The annual report of this company, PRD, is as pretty as an instant picture
    $400 18
Hammurabi was famous for his, but Ur-Nammu enforced one of these centuries earlier
    $400 13
In 1990 Roger Waters of this group gave a performance of "The Wall" at the former site of the Berlin Wall
    $400 26
Many "Our Fathers" must have been said when he died May 15, 1948 & was interred in Boys Town
    $400 2
Fatty, like some "tissue"
    $600 22
A book by Thomas James, who searched for the Northwest Passage, inspired this Coleridge poem
    $600 9
Add "YBOY" to this 3-letter symbol to get the full name of a big media company
    $600 19
Sumerians scratched this writing system into stone & wax in addition to clay tablets
    $600 14
In 1998 this group seen here reunited for a VH1 special & a concert tour
    $600 27
Though he starred in "Oklahoma!" this husband of Sheila is buried in Nebraska
    $600 3
It means "sufficient or good enough" & can imply "but just barely"
    $800 23
Hillary said this man left some offerings to the gods of Chomolungma atop Everest in 1953
    $800 10
In the mall you may fall into this store, GPS
    $800 20
These Sumerian pyramids were topped by temples
    $800 15
In 1995 this founder of Cream & Derek & the Dominos was named an Officer of the British Empire
    $800 28
Long-time Nebraska senator George Norris, who helped create this project, the TVA, is buried in McCook
    $800 4
Unfavorable, like some circumstances, or the last name of Anthony in a 1933 novel
    DD: $500 24
In 1828 Rene Caille reached this remote African city, "an object of curiosity" to Europeans
    $1000 11
You don't need a Visa to visit this bank's stock symbol, CMB
    DD: $1,000 16
(Hi, I'm Graham Nash.) As a member of this group in the 1960s, I co-wrote their hits "Carrie-Anne" & "Stop, Stop, Stop"
    $1000 5
Latin term for a type of argument based on emotion or on another person's character

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Brad Susanne
-$400 $3,800 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Today meaning a self-employed person, this term derives from medieval knights who sold their skills

Final scores:

Robin Brad Susanne
-$400 $1,999 $1
3rd place: Tasco recreational optics New champion: $1,999 2nd place: a trip to Devon, England

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robin Brad Susanne
-$400 $5,300 $3,000
4 R,
3 W
22 R,
9 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $7,900

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