Show #3428 - Wednesday, June 30, 1999

Armed Forces Week game 3.


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Steve Dranchak, an Air Force action officer originally from Hastings, Pennsylvania, now stationed at Ramstein, Germany

Alex Meza, a Navy anesthesiology resident originally from Guayaquil, Ecuador, now stationed at San Diego, California

Thomas Citrano, a Marine Corps infantry officer originally from Jacksonville, Florida, now stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Since the opening of Walt Disney World, this city has become a booming metropolis
    $100 12
In the 1957 group known as Tom & Jerry, Tom was Art Garfunkel & he was Jerry
    $100 2
A species of this 10-armed animal is the largest invertebrate, reaching a length of over 50 feet
    $100 19
In 1954 Lesney Products issued its first 4 tiny die-cast cars in this line
    $100 3
The people were seeking guns & gunpowder when they stormed this Paris landmark July 14, 1789
    $100 14
    $200 24
Council Bluffs, Iowa lies across the river from this Nebraska city & makes up part of its metropolitan area
    $200 13
Throw your panties at me if you know the name of this Welsh singer born Thomas Woodward
    $200 8
The name of these microscopic plants & animals that float near the ocean's surface is from the Greek for "wandering"
    $200 20
This classic toy company has "block"ed out a new area with its Mindstorms robotic kits
    $200 4
The Tokugawa shogungate ruled this country from 1603 to 1867
    $200 15
"Amphibian" in your throat
    $300 25
Natural wonders like Crater Lake have made this state the "Pacific Wonderland"
    $300 28
In 1993 he sang about "Mary Jane's Last Dance"
    $300 9
This French explorer devised special underwater cameras to document his adventures
    $300 21
Introduced in 1916 on the heels of Erector sets & Tinkertoys, they were the "Wright" building material
    $300 5
This Venetian arrived at the Chinese court in 1275 with his father & uncle
    $300 16
Brice, or her backside
    $400 26
Pray tell, it's the famous Boston landmark seen here
    $400 29
"I Love" this country star who had the hit "I Like Beer"; it fits him to a "T."
    $400 10
You might be "As happy as" this mollusk that has a heart but no brain
    $400 22
Daisy's X2-31 Disintegrator gun of 1934 was for kids playing this 25th century hero
    $400 6
On Feb. 10, 1840 Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha married her
    $400 17
It's shorn from sheep
    $500 27
Go way down upon the Suwannee River & you'll discover that it rises in this swamp
    $500 30
This singer-actor had 2 songs on the "Dead Man Walking" soundtrack CD
    DD: $700 11
Around 1905 it was discovered that the American eel spawns in this "sea" in the north Atlantic
    $500 23
In the 1970s this device that uses light bulbs to cook was redesigned to look like a microwave
    $500 7
1 of the 3 former Soviet satellites that joined NATO in 1999
    $500 18
Product "of the imagination"

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

Thomas Alex Steve
$100 $1,600 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Thomas Alex Steve
$1,300 $3,500 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
Known as the "Mighty Mo", this battleship was used to shell land-based targets in the Gulf War
    $200 16
Chihuahua cheese is a specialty of this country (don't worry -- it's made from cow's milk, not chihuahua's)
    $200 1
Near the beginning of "The Wizard of Oz", Dorothy falls into a pen full of these animals
    $200 11
Jonathan Swift turned this Biblical "land" into a synonym for sleep
    $200 26
In 1999 a California man sparked protests by displaying Ho Chi Minh's picture & this country's flag
    $200 6
If there's a silver eagle on your uniform, you hold this rank
    $400 19
In 1982 an Argentine Exocet missile sank the British destroyer Sheffield in this war
    $400 17
Some French menus feature cervelle, which "clever" folks know is this organ meat
    $400 2
Lampwick, Figaro & Stromboli are all characters in this Disney film
    $400 12
In 1880 Roscoe Conkling declared President Grant would "hew to the line of right, let" these "fall where they may"
    $400 27
In February 1999 Aborigines smeared this country's flag with ashes in Canberra
    $400 7
A clergyman attached to a military unit, even without a bowler hat, mustache & cane
    $600 21
The May 1942 battle of this sea off New Guinea was the first in which opposing warships remained out of sight
    $600 20
The Russian salad known as Salat Stalichnya contains meat, eggs, mayonnaise, sour cream & these tubers
    $600 3
Some say Nancy Sinatra was romantically involved with this singer she co-starred with in "Speedway"
    $600 13
Of his 1998 Pulitzer Prize, poet Charles Wright mused, "It's better than a poke in the eye with" this
    $600 28
In 1997 this organization resumed its stamp series depicting flags of new member countries
    $600 8
Term for a military force that serves on horseback
    $800 22
In autumn 1588 this "invincible" fleet of Philip II hobbled home, having lost 63 ships to battle & weather
    $800 24
Known for its full body, Assam tea originated in this country's state of Assam
    $800 4
"Adventure" was the first film this "Gone with the Wind" star made after his World War II combat service
    $800 14
Originally a way to climb a ship's rigging, it's now commonly heard after "making money"
    $800 29
This provincial capital's 8-year ban on raising the Canadian flag over city hall ended in 1998
    DD: $700 9
In 1841 Matthew Perry attained this rank, a flag officer just below rear admiral
    $1000 23
This Oct. 21, 1805 battle resulted in a British victory but over 1,500 British casualties, including Lord Nelson
    $1000 25
Ninos Envueltos, or "wrapped children", are taste treats in this second-largest South American country
    $1000 5
This classic John Ford western features Cathy Downs as Clementine
    $1000 15
Headgear appears in this expression used of a pilot who shows off by flying low
    DD: $1,000 30
As a crown colony it flew the Union Jack; now it has a new flag with a white flower on a red field
    $1000 10
In the Navy this "man" is an enlisted person trained in combat first aid

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Thomas Alex Steve
$6,400 $6,300 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The theme of Richard Nixon's second inaugural parade, he thought he'd be in office to celebrate it

Final scores:

Thomas Alex Steve
$99 $1,300 $7,001
3rd place: Panasonic 13" Color TV & VCR combo & LCD Palmcorder 2nd place: Intel Create & Share Camera Pack & Micron Millennium Max Computer Winner: $7,001; week's big winner has total doubled

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Thomas Alex Steve
$7,200 $7,300 $4,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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