Show #3231 - Monday, September 28, 1998


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Dan Mathews, a social studies teacher from New Preston, Connecticut

Jenny Winslow, an image consultant from Richardson, Texas

Barry Berlin, an investment manager from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A category dedicated especially to me!)
    $100 7
This 1-act musical that debuted in 1965 has Cervantes playing Don Quixote
    $100 1
To make a "creamy screwdriver", add egg yolk & sugar to vodka & this juice
    $100 4
This highly undesirable event can occur when a nuclear reactor's core overheats
    $100 21
Schoolgirl fashion is the rage, especially the baggy white "knee" style of these
    $100 26
This popular hunk is a singer, an actor, a director & a producer
    $100 16
Samuel Goldwyn supposedly said anyone who goes to one of these doctors should have his head examined
    DD: $500 8
(Hi, I'm Melissa Joan Hart.) I made my Broadway debut when I was 15 in this author's "The Crucible"
    $200 2
A brave bull is made from Kahlua & this Mexican liquor -- & that's no bull
    $200 5
If you're hunting by scent, it's where you want to be, relative to your prey
    $200 22
Many Japanese throw Shinto weddings but have funerals in this religion that includes reincarnation
    $200 27
This modeling hunk became famous by appearing on the covers of romance novels, and it's not me!
    $200 17
It's the name of the Pope just preceding the man in office now
    $300 9
This Tony-winning Jonathan Larson play opened in London in 1998 with 4 members of the original cast
    $300 3
Okolehao is an 80-proof liquor made from the mash of the ti plant in this U.S. state
    $300 6
The New England Primer popularized the bedtime prayer beginning with this line
    $300 23
The Pacific's Kuroshio, one of these, keeps temperatures moderate on Japan's southern coasts
    $300 28
Even without sound, this actor drove the women wild
    $300 18
Joan Embery reports that all birds have these, "A characteristic shared by no other type of animal"
    $400 14
Author Frederick Forsyth has teamed with Andrew Lloyd Webber to write a sequel to this masked musical
    $400 12
This type of whisky made in the U.K. may be blended or single-malt
    $400 10
It describes the "trampled" masses
    $400 24
By 1959, after just 11 years in business, it was the world's leading motorcycle manufacturer
    $400 29
This hunk of the 1950s began his acting career at the Pasadena Playhouse
    $400 19
Ballplayer Alex Johnson said this when asked, "2 homers last year. 7 this year -- what's the difference?"
    $500 15
All the action in this hit Broadway musical takes place between April 10 & 15, 1912
    $500 13
O Dem Golden Slipper cocktails contain the yellow type of this herbal liqueur created by monks
    $500 11
In 1902 Battling Nelson inflicted 42 of these on Christy Williams, who finally stayed on the canvas
    $500 25
The annual Hinamatsuri, a festival of these toys, honors young girls & wishes them happiness
    $500 30
He's the hunky & "Restless" star seen here
    $500 20
Willie Sutton's oft-quoted answer when asked why he robbed banks

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

Barry Jenny Dan
$2,200 $200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barry Jenny Dan
$4,100 $2,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
It took about 20 minutes for this British liner to sink after it was torpedoed by a German U-boat on May 7, 1915
    $200 2
The Shwayder brothers named their strong baggage product after this Biblical character
    $200 21
This antibiotic discovered by Fleming in 1928 was isolated & purified by Ernst Chain & Howard Florey
    $200 11
Gaylord Perry was a master of this illegal pitch, using many different lubricants
    $200 16
People flock to see this actress named for her father Bill & grandfather Cy
    $200 26
A tenderfoot who runs around naked at a western vacation ranch
    $400 6
Winston Churchill was imprisoned in Pretoria during this war but made a daring escape in 1899
    $400 3
Liquid Organic Cleaner was the 1st product sold by this firm that developed from the American Way Association
    $400 22
A flash of inspiration, or what an electroencephalogram records
    $400 12
In basketball it's a shot that doesn't touch the backboard, net or rim
    $400 17
This actress who was Pam Ewing on TV is someone you wouldn't mind staying after school with
    $400 27
A Budweiser for Bambi
    $600 7
In 982 he sailed from Iceland to Greenland with his household & livestock
    DD: $1,000 4
It's how much Paul Greene & William Becker first charged for a night's stay in their motel
    $600 23
The disease psittacosis can be transmitted to humans from these birds, psittacus in Latin
    $600 13
A "prescription" for exercise is to toss this large, weighty, solid object from person to person
    $600 18
In 1992 Dianne Feinstein & this woman fought their way to the U.S. Senate from California
    $600 28
Crustacean talk
    $800 8
In 1814 & 1815 Napoleon ruled this island as a principality
    $800 5
Fluent in 8 languages, he opened his own school in 1878 in Providence, Rhode Island
    DD: $1,500 24
The arteries supplying the heart muscle are called this because their shape resembles a crown
    $800 14
It's also called "Table Soccer" & "That game in bars where you spin the rods"
    $800 19
He served up "Erewhon" & "The Way of All Flesh"
    $800 29
A timepiece that features a rooster instead of a cuckoo
    $1000 9
The U.N. General Assembly held its first meeting on January 10, 1946 in this European capital
    $1000 10
Legend has it this company's co-founder Joseph Shorin was the model for its Bazooka Joe character
    $1000 25
Mycoses, like the lung disease aspergillosis, are caused by these parasitic organisms
    $1000 15
Willie Mays was famous for playing this in the streets even as a Major League Baseball player
    $1000 20
She danced at the Manhattan Club before she fired up audiences at the Folies-Bergere in France
    $1000 30
Subtract "shoo" from the name of a dessert & you're left with this unappetizing dish

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barry Jenny Dan
$6,300 $4,100 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1912 he began creating abstract sculptures of Maiastra, a bird in Romanian legends

Final scores:

Barry Jenny Dan
$1,800 $0 $100
3-day champion: $12,600 3rd place: Sony Wireless Phone with Sprint PCS Service 2nd place: Windjammer Caribbean Cruise

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barry Jenny Dan
$6,300 $5,200 $5,100
17 R,
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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Game tape date: 1998-07-22
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