Show #3138 - Wednesday, April 1, 1998

Pat Healy game 2.


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Denise Berger, an office manager from Los Angeles, California

Steve Northey, a metal artist and fabricator from Seattle, Washington

Pat Healy, an index editor from Concord, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
On April 10, 1912, this ship left Southampton, England on its maiden, & last, voyage
    $100 1
Brian Burns got 5 years for robbing one of these stands run by 2 little girls in New Jersey
    $100 7
It was no "Calamity" when Doris Day played this Wild West woman in a 1953 film
    $100 4
This boy's name is given to any male housecat
    $100 26
Pele scored 12 career goals in helping Brazil win this trophy 3 times: 1958, 1962 & 1970
    $100 21
When this eye-gouging comedy team started in Vaudeville in 1923, they were just a duo
    $200 13
This song, heard here, was one of 6 No. 1 hits for its performer:

"Every star's a wishing star that shines for you..."
    $200 2
Duane Babcock left the meter running in this vehicle while he robbed a bank; the driver later turned him in
    $200 8
This TV "Maverick" drove into a swimming pool as Doris' husband in "The Thrill of It All"
    $200 16
Hey hen, it's kookie to ask this cock of the walk to lend you its comb
    $200 27
To accommodate the rosters of all winning NHL teams, it now measures 35 1/4" high & 54" around the base
    $200 22
Proverbially, they're what men hate asking for, even if they end, "You can't miss it"
    $300 14
He was 70 when his "American Dictionary of the English Language" was first published on April 14, 1828
    $300 3
A 1997 TV ad for the Cadillac Catera shows it illegally crossing a double yellow line to do this
    $300 9
Doris' biggest co-star wasn't Cary Grant or Rock Hudson but this title elephant
    $300 17
A male duck, or the commander of the Golden Hind
    $300 28
This cup was first presented by England's Royal Yacht Squadron on August 22, 1851
    $300 23
It's the main hormone producing male characteristics like facial hair & love of sports cars
    $400 15
The April 12, 1955 news of the Salk polio vaccine coincided with the 10th anniversary of this man's death
    $400 5
A 13-year-old in Georgia was suspended for 10 days for giving his French teacher a bottle of this as a gift
    DD: $900 10
Doris earned an Oscar nomination for her chatty role in this 1959 film, seen here:

"Who is that woman?"
"Some little eavesdropper on my party line--she's always listening in. It's how she brightens up her drab, empty life."
"If I could get a call through once in a while, my life wouldn't be so drab!"
    $400 18
Doe, a rabbit, a female rabbit, & this, a male
    $400 24
"The Single Guy" is a column in this magazine that, contrary to its name, is actually a monthly
    $500 20
On April 27, 1956 he retired as boxing's only undefeated heavyweight champ
    $500 6
3 men from Yemen sued NASA in July 1997 claiming this probe was trespassing on their planet: Mars
    $500 11
Hey there! This father of singer Bonnie was Doris' leading man in "The Pajama Game"
    $500 19
When male badgers & pigs get together, the females think they're a bunch of these
    $500 25
In 1990 Colorado football coach Bill McCartney founded this movement of Christian men

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

Pat Steve Denise
$2,400 -$400 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Steve Denise
$4,900 -$400 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Louis' nickname; he used the symbol as his emblem
    $200 18
Jolly Walkers, formerly Big Foot Shoes, has been making shoes for these performers for over 25 years
    $200 13
The BBC has been broadcasting this bell's chimes since 1923
    $200 8
In a biblical opera, this shorn strongman really brings down the house; his audience was just crushed
    $200 26
As the angel in 1996's "Michael", this actor takes credit for writing Psalm 85
    $200 2
Seize control of an aircraft, or greet actor Lemmon
    $400 4
Charles de Batz, Sieur d'Artagnan, a soldier in Louis' service, is well known because of this 1844 novel
    $400 19
Once touted as "the world's most comfortable shoes", their logo is seen here:
    $400 14
First discussed in 1802, this British-French project was finally opened to the public in 1994
    $400 9
A crap game on Catfish Row turns deadly when Crown kills Robbins with a cotton-hook in this opera
    $400 27
In 1997 this "Touched by an Angel" co-star published an autobiography "Angels Along the Way"
    $400 3
It's the state flower of Hawaii, & the national flower of Malaysia
    $600 23
Its was Louis' money pit; once he started building this Royal Residence in the 1660s it was hard to stop
    $600 20
Stride Rite must "feel good" since acquiring this sneakers brand in 1979
    DD: $1,400 15
Reference work conceived in 1857; the As were published in the 1880s & they got the Zs out in 1921
    DD: $1,300 10
In a Melville-inspired opera, this young sailor is hanged from the yardarm of the H.M.S. Indomitable
    $600 28
On the Smothers Brothers' sitcom, this one played the bungling angel
    $600 5
It was Ulysses Grant's original first name
    $800 24
At this age Louis said, "Today I am a man", & dumped his mother as regent
    $800 21
Created in Germany, these sandals are famous for "contoured footbeds" of cork & latex
    $800 16
Animal most associated with the legendary Lord Mayor of London, Dick Whittington
    $800 11
In "Elegy for Young Lovers", 2 lovers expire while searching for edelweiss in this country's Eastern Alps
    $800 29
He was 39 in 1978 when he appeared as Teen Angel in the film "Grease"
    $800 6
Opened in 1925, this Florida park is famous for its horse races & flamingos
    $1000 25
Wanting the Huguenots to convert, Louis revoked the Edict of this in 1685
    $1000 22
This leading maker of golf, walking & running shoes is named for its founder, Charles Eaton
    $1000 17
Some 1300 seats in this memorial to Victoria's husband were sold on 999-year leases to raise building funds
    $1000 12
In a Richard Strauss opera, this daughter of Agamemnon is so "complex" that she dances herself to death
    $1000 7
It's one of the ancient Latin names for Ireland

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Steve Denise
$11,200 $200 $2,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I know, some of you were expecting Pat Sajak on our program again today, but we did that last year, so--it's been done!)
April 1 is the anniversary of the Battle of Five Forks, the last decisive battle of this war

Final scores:

Pat Steve Denise
$12,400 $300 $2,400
2-day champion: $25,401 3rd place: a Hollofil II tent 2nd place: an "April in Paris" Collette Tours trip to France

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Steve Denise
$11,400 $200 $2,400
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
3 W
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,000

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