Show #3278 - Wednesday, December 2, 1998

Andrew Maly game 3.


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Rebecca Reis, a box office clerk from Palo Alto, California

Alan Bone, a high school English teacher from Omaha, Nebraska

Andrew Maly, an environmental engineer from Bel Air, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to identify authors known by their initials)
    $100 16
Herbert George...
    $100 11
To accessorize granny dresses chicks wore these necklaces of little balls for peace & goodwill
    $100 22
An old French word for "thicket" gave us this word for something tossed by a bride
    $100 6
The Mouton girls of Louisiana were the first of these successfully separated, in 1953
    $100 1
In 1959 the Russian probe Luna 1 came within about 4,000 miles of this body & Luna 2 hit it
    $100 17
In July 1994 St. Vincent & the Grenadines issued a set of these honoring The Next Generation's last episode
    $200 18
Pelham Grenville...
    $200 12
In a famous '60s slogan it came between "turn on" & "drop out"
    $200 27
From a Provencal word for "witch", it's a sports team's good-luck symbol
    $200 7
On January 8, 1963 art viewers in the U.S. got their first smile from this woman
    $200 2
The U.S. launched its first satellite in 1958, while the second in this Soviet program was orbiting
    $200 23
Chase Masterson, Leeta on "DS9", is staying in the genre co-hosting an entertainment show on this cable network
    $300 19
Alan Alexander...
    $300 13
Bought a black light for my posters, man, & one of these ooze lights for my mantle
    $300 28
This word for a swinging cot is derived from Spanish & from the Taino language of the West Indies
    $300 8
In 1895 C.B. Macdonald won the first official U.S. Amateur Championship of this sport
    $300 3
In the early '70s Pioneer 10 & 11 slipped through this "belt" to reach Jupiter
    $300 24
These include the Galileo & the Magellan, & the Enterprise has a bay for them
    $400 20
Clive Staples...
    $400 14
In '67 we did a psychedelic paint job on our "bus" from this German company & headed off to Frisco
    $400 29
From middle English & Latin for "toward" & "to climb", one does it to a staircase or the throne
    $400 9
He was the 1st to succeed to the presidency due to a death, & the 1st incumbent pres. photographed, in 1844
    $400 4
Gordon Cooper was the last astronaut launched in this first U.S. manned space program
    DD: $800 25
(Hi, I'm Jeri Ryan.) "Star Trek" occasionally adds new characters to the original casts; among them were Dr. Pulaski, me & this Walter Koenig Russian
    $500 21
Howard Phillips...
    $500 15
The fact that Leslie Hornby modeled under this name "sticks" in our minds
    $500 30
From old English for a male servant or a boy, it's a synonym for a jack in a deck of cards
    $500 10
Henry Wells, in his Duryea, was probably at fault in the USA's first of these, in 1896
    $500 5
The 1960s rocket that shared its name with this planet only went as far as Earth's moon
    $500 26
1 of the 3 alien races Mark Lenard portrayed in the "Star Trek" TV shows & films

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

Andrew Alan Rebecca
$500 $1,600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Alan Rebecca
$2,000 $2,900 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Alright!)
    $200 9
    $200 1
His 66 home runs in 1998 helped the Cubs to the playoffs for only the 3rd time in 53 years
    $200 6
As a teenager this dictator tried to get into the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, but failed twice
    $200 14
Candy bar galaxy
    $200 24
Mills for this product process the raw cane into molasses
    $200 19
An empire began when Tom & Louis Borders opened this type of store in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1971
    $400 10
    $400 2
A little birdie told us an eagle is a score this many under par on a hole
    $400 7
He was elected governor of the state of Oaxaca in 1847 & president of Mexico 14 years later
    $400 15
Sousa's month
    $400 25
Type of mill that turns logs into two-by-fours
    $400 20
This "Cats" creator wrote a set of cello variations for his brother Julian to play
    $600 11
    DD: $1,600 3
(Hi, I'm Austin Peck & I play boxer-turned-executive Austin Reed on "Days Of Our Lives") One of the largest crowds in indoor boxing history gathered on Sept. 15, 1978 when Leon Spinks fought this man
    $600 8
This Dane was a law student in 1560 when a solar eclipse sparked his interest in astronomy
    $600 16
Colonel's condiment in the game of Clue
    $600 26
A plain old "miller" usually means one whose mill grinds grain into this
    DD: $1,000 21
The Mills Brothers were a singing group; these brothers were the first to vacuum-pack coffee in tins
    $800 12
    $800 4
This Italian skier is nicknamed La Bomba, "The Bomb"
    $800 23
This trailblazer was in his 60s when he moved to the Femme Osage district of what is now Missouri in the late 1790s
    $800 17
Patriotic Pennsylvania Pitcher
    $800 27
"Warm & cozy" type of mill seen here (maybe in Pittsburgh)
    $800 22
In 1982 Christian leader Amin Gemayel became pres. of this Mideast country in place of his slain brother
    $1000 13
    $1000 5
This Milwaukee NBA team moved to St. Louis in 1955 & then to Atlanta in 1968
    $1000 18
To murmur indistinctly, or a mongrel's mama
    $1000 28
These mills that process the fiber that makes burlap were once the main industry of Dundee, Scotland
    $1000 29
Last name of directors Peter & Bobby, the men behind "Dumb & Dumber" & "There's Something About Mary"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Alan Rebecca
$10,600 $1,300 $1,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Spurned in love, he joined the Light Dragoons in 1793 under the alias Silas Tomkyn Comberbache

Final scores:

Andrew Alan Rebecca
$10,600 $2,595 $1,199
3-day champion: $21,700 2nd place: Daewoo Color TV, VCR & Speakers & Broyhill Entertainment Armoire 3rd place: Trip for 2 on Amtrak's Coast Starlight Train between Los Angeles & Seattle

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Alan Rebecca
$9,200 $1,300 $2,900
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
7 R,
2 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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Game tape date: 1998-10-07
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