Show #3285 - Friday, December 11, 1998


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Lucia Flevares, a graduate student from Champaign, Illinois

Bruce Monroe, a medical researcher from Springfield, Illinois

Linda Bird, a law student from Ann Arbor, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Its status as a major port led to its English meaning, "to kidnap sailors"
    $100 3
It's the bar "where everybody knows your name"
    $100 21
Names of these lunar plains include Imbrium, Crisium & Tranquillitatis
    $100 1
A 381-day-long bus boycott began in this city December 1, 1955
    $100 7
A popular dessert, it's a frozen mixture of milk products with at least 10% milk fat
    $100 16
Put this letter on "ice" & you get what Mickey & Minnie are
    $200 27
The city of Dali is famous not for surrealist art, but for these Buddhist temple structures
    $200 12
Edith & Archie "could use a man like" this president "again"
    $200 22
Eugene Cernan & Harrison Schmitt were the last to set foot on the Moon, on this mission
    $200 2
He expressed his doctrine December 2, 1823; the rest is history
    $200 8
Water freezes into ice at 32 degrees Fahrenheit & this many degrees Celsius
    $200 17
Put this letter on "ice" & you get gaming material that may be loaded
    $300 28
Kunming, the terminus of this WWII road, is still serviced by it
    $300 13
For the Professor, Mary Ann & the rest, the "tour" was only supposed to be this long
    $300 23
The moon speed record, 11.2 MPH, was achieved by this vehicle during the Apollo 16 mission
    $300 4
A DAR chapter in Massachusetts has one of the chests from this December 16, 1773 event
    $300 9
Though made from snow, these traditional Eskimo shelters are kept warm with heaters
    $300 18
Put this letter on "ice" & you get the kind of "guys" who "finish last"
    $400 29
Anshan, sort of the Chinese Pittsburgh, is best known for its production of this
    $400 14
He "always wanted to have a neighbor just like you"
    $400 24
Of 30, 60 or 90 pounds, it's the lunar weight of an astronaut who weighs 180 pounds on Earth
    $400 5
Point on the Earth reached for the first time by man December 14, 1911
    $400 10
Temperatures can reach minus 90 degrees in this large eastern area of Russia that makes up 75% of the country
    $400 19
Put this letter on "ice" & you get the type of crime Crockett & Tubbs fought
    $500 30
The city of Tsingtao is best known for this product it bottles & exports
    $500 15
"When it looks like you will take a lickin'... just callllll for" him
    DD: $500 25
(Hi, I'm Janet Kavandi, on the Space Shuttle Discovery.) Of the 7 original Mercury astronauts, he's the only one to walk on the Moon
    $500 6
This "Vyrozumeni" playwright was elected interim president of his country in December 1989
    $500 11
Because of the cold, not much grows above this arbored "line" near the tops of mountains
    $500 20
Put this letter on "ice" & you get a grain grown in paddies

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Linda Bruce Lucia
$2,600 $1,200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Bruce Lucia
$2,900 $2,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Agatha Christie's mysteries solved by this detective were often chronicled by his sidekick Arthur Hastings
    $200 17
This ubiquitous liquor often accompanies Russian meals; the limmonaya type is lemon-flavored
    $200 26
This future president was the first U.S. ambassador to England in 1785
    $200 1
He's the first man since Walter Brennan to win 3 acting Oscars; yep, that's "As Good As It Gets"
    $200 16
In the summer of 1883 Chester vacationed out west, visiting this first national park, established in 1872
    $200 11
Don't lie! This "will out"
    $400 7
At the end of "Crime And Punishment", he is serving an 8-year term for murdering an old woman
    $400 18
On Christmas Eve, some Italian families enjoy capitone, a dish of these snakelike fish, fried
    $400 27
Once ambassador to India, he's now a U.S. Senator from New York
    $400 2
Ben Affleck said winning was "Really, really scary" when he & Matt Damon won for writing this film
    $400 21
Old Chet got quite a lift after he had the first one of these installed in the White House
    $400 12
If it looks out of place it "sticks out like a sore" one of these
    $600 8
Producer Irving Thalberg was the model for Monroe Stahr, the title character of this Fitzgerald novel
    $600 19
Soup-time is the time for pho, practically the national dish of this southeast Asian country
    $600 28
To a group of Western ambassadors in 1956, he said "History is on our side; we will bury you"
    $600 3
He won back-to-back Oscars as Best Actor of 1993 & 1994
    $600 22
As a lawyer, Chester got better treatment for blacks in this city's streetcar system
    $600 13
"A bad" one of these "always turns up", probably to be saved, or earned
    DD: $900 9
This title character is missing in the unintentionally last chapter of a Dickens mystery
    $800 20
Blimey! It's the fruit seen here
    $800 29
Eisenhower appointed this editor to Italy as the first female ambassador to a major country
    DD: $1,000 4
This 1969 film was the first X-rated movie to win the Oscar for Best Picture
    $800 23
Some claimed Chester was born here, & therefore ineligible to be president
    $800 14
You might be just "banging your head against the wall" when you "flog a dead" one of these
    $1000 10
Tom & Maggie Tulliver's epitaph, "In their death they were not divided", ends this George Eliot book
    $1000 25
This 3-letter aperitif made of white wine & creme de cassis is named for a mayor of Dijon
    $1000 30
In 1997 Philip Lader replaced Admiral William Crowe as U.S. ambassador to this European country
    $1000 5
1935 cinematography winner Hal Mohr is still the only person to win by votes of this type
    $1000 24
He was nicknamed "The Gentleman" this
    $1000 15
It's an old sailor's adage on taking whatever refuge you can find

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Bruce Lucia
$9,300 $6,600 $1,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This author was a contributing editor of Asia magazine from 1941 to 1946

Final scores:

Linda Bruce Lucia
$13,300 $6,600 $1,500
2-day champion: $25,200 2nd place: Trip to Das Cervosa Resort, Austria 3rd place: Daewoo TV, VCR & Speakers Package

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Linda Bruce Lucia
$9,100 $7,100 $2,400
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,600

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Game tape date: 1998-10-13
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