Show #3379 - Thursday, April 22, 1999


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Tony Mangaser, a purchasing assistant from Williamsville, New York

Louise Cornish, a freelance writer from Toronto, Ontario

Edgar Smith, Jr., a math instructor from Houston, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
1903's Treaty of Petropolis "erased" a South American dispute over an area rich in this plant resource
    $100 16
"Prince Ali" & "A Whole New World"
    $100 21
The "stress" type is a hairline break caused by overuse
    $100 4
"Musical" name of the tall, slender glass that's preferred for serving champagne
    $100 26
Located in Faxa Bay, it was made the capital of Iceland in 1918
    $100 9
It theoretically happened about 10 to 20 billion years ago
    $200 2
In 1931 the invading Japanese made this Chinese area a puppet state called Manchukuo
    $200 17
"Spoonful of Sugar" & "Chim-Chim-Cheree"
    $200 22
In tendinitis & bursitis, -itis denotes this
    $200 5
This sybaritic Brit is known for the phrase "Champagne Wishes and Caviar Dreams"
    $200 27
Iceland's nearest neighbor is this island, about 190 miles to the northwest
    $200 12
A man with more than one current mother-in-law
    $300 3
The limited Irish autonomy proposed by Isaac Butt around 1870 was called this type of "rule"
    $300 18
"Heigh Ho" & "Someday My Prince Will Come"
    $300 23
A tear to the ACL, or anterior cruciate one of these in the knee, has brought many athletes to their knees
    $300 6
The name of this type of champagne made from Chardonnay grapes is French for "White of whites"
    $300 28
Iceland was the site of arms control talks between these 2 world leaders in October 1986
    $300 13
George Orwell's oppressive "sibling"
    $400 10
Brugge in Flemish, this Belgian city's trade declined with the silting of the Zwyn River in the 1400s
    $400 19
"Baby Mine" & "Pink Elephants on Parade"
    $400 24
They're the muscles that flex the knee; pigs probably don't injure theirs as often as humans do
    $400 7
Oh, you savage! This term refers to dry champagne that's less than 1.5% sugar
    $400 29
96% of the population is affiliated with the Church of Iceland, which is the evangelical type of this religion
    $400 14
This hearty species shares its name with a river & a mountain range
    DD: $500 11
In 897 Pope Stephen VI had his predecessor Formosus exhumed, put on trial & thrown into this river
    $500 20
"I Wanna Be Like You" & "The Bare Necessities"
    $500 25
To pro athletes, a "scope" may be short for this type of device to view the interior of a joint cavity
    $500 8
This legendary discoverer of champagne may have been one of the first to use a mushroom-shaped cork
    $500 30
Like Sweden, Iceland uses currency called this
    $500 15
A 1930 Wallace Beery movie or slang for a penintentiary, bub

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

Edgar Louise Tony
$800 $600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Edgar Louise Tony
$4,000 $700 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not history.)
    $200 1
Ursula & her sister Gudrun are the title "women" of this D.H. Lawrence novel
    $200 25
When a pie has 2 of these, the top one may be "woven" in a lattice design
    $200 10
A fashion boutique on west Broadway bears the name of this 19th century "Beau"
    $200 17
Alicia Christian Foster
    $200 3
Consumed with guilt over her affair with Boris, the heroine of "Katya Kabanova" drowns herself in this Russian river
    $200 12
"Home of the Whopper" that fathered Cordelia, Regan & Goneril
    $400 2
In "The Scarlet Letter", the result of her "a"dultery is her beautiful daughter Pearl
    $400 26
Don't throw away this part of a watermelon; many cooks pickle it
    $400 11
Zalman Shoval is the current ambassador to the U.S. from this country
    $400 18
Talia Coppola
    $400 4
Ferenc Erkel's 1844 work "Hunyady Laszlo" is one of this country's most famous operas
    $400 13
Winnie the Pooh pal moonlighting as Howard Stern's assistant
    $600 5
In William Styron's book, her "Choice" is which of her children to send to death
    $600 27
Popular in Asia, this cooking utensil that usually has 2 handles is perfect for stir-frying
    $600 22
It's the Cairo suburb where you'll find the landmark seen here
(Great Pyramid)
    $600 19
Reginald Dwight
    $600 6
Minnie runs a saloon in a California mining camp in this Italian composer's opera "The Girl of the Golden West"
    $600 14
Investment firm that makes money "The Old-Fashioned Way" taken over by a Flintstone neighbor
    $800 7
The classic novel "Ulysses" ends with a 50-page monologue by this second-rate Dublin singer
    $800 28
Mix dried, pounded meat with fat & berries to make this traditional food of Native Americans
    $800 23
Ceremonial masks like the one here are used by the people of this region known as Xizang in Chinese
    $800 20
George Alan O'Dowd
    $800 8
"Die Harmonie der Welt" explores the life of this astronomer & his musical theories of planetary motion
    $800 15
Jerusalem temple site where you can buy a copy of a leading financial newspaper
    DD: $1,500 30
In 1878 Henry James' "flowery" prose told of this Schenectady girl traveling in Europe
    $1000 29
Larousse suggests cooking brill, a "flat" type of this, in champagne sauce
    $1000 24
Seoul, Korea straddles this river which shares its name with the main ethnic group of China
    DD: $900 21
Joan de Havilland
    $1000 9
The heroine of this Czech composer's 1881 opera "Libuse" is the queen of Bohemia
    $1000 16
Greek king Menelaus' wife kidnapped by a Dallas Cowboys quarterback

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Edgar Louise Tony
$6,900 $4,000 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Samples from a Swiss bog show the highest levels of this element in the past 14,000 years were from 1975 to 1982

Final scores:

Edgar Louise Tony
$11,608 $0 $4,699
2-day champion: $21,608 3rd place: Pair of Festina Watches 2nd place: Trip to Texcoco Plantation, Louisiana

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Edgar Louise Tony
$7,800 $3,500 $5,800
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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