Show #3305 - Friday, January 8, 1999


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Kraig Norris, a greeting card manufacturer from Portland, Oregon

Wendy Salisbury, a travel agent from Seaford, Delaware

David Becker, an attorney from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: D-A-M.)
    $100 6
In 1987 she published the book "Betty: A Glad Awakening"
    $100 1
Film in which Kevin Costner hears a mysterious voice while standing in his Iowa cornfield
    $100 12
Board the Spirit of Adventure in Glacier Bay, Alaska to watch the humpback species of this mammal
    $100 11
"Roll" this out for all your important visitors
    $100 18
After more than 27 years in jail, I was released by the South African government on Feb. 11, 1990
    $100 22
This dam holds back the water in Lake Nasser
    $200 7
In 1875, after 3 months in a mental institution, she was released in the custody of her sister in Springfield, Ill.
    $200 2
In this movie, 12-year-old 30-year old Tom Hanks tries to eat baby corn row by row
    $200 23
In the summer, tour boats carry Civil War buffs from Charleston City Marina to this island fort every day
    $200 13
John Wayne commanded a regiment of this title force in a 1968 film
    $200 25
I based my "Gulag Archipelago" in part on my own prison experience
    $200 21
South Fork Dam on the Little Conemaugh River failed completely, causing this 1889 disaster
    $300 8
Quincy was her mother's maiden name & the middle name of her son
    $300 3
Reviewers went crazy with "corn" puns reviewing this Eastwood-Streep movie set in Iowa
    DD: $1,000 24
(Hi there, I'm Bob Eubanks.) A boat called The Maid of The Mist gives newlyweds a close-up view of this New York attraction
    $300 14
Hit songs in this style of music include "Wicked Path Of Sin" & "The Ballad Of Jed Clampett"
    $300 26
During my time in a Genoese prison in 1298, I dictated a detailed account of my Asian travels
    $300 17
In 1996's "Beavis and Butt-Head Do America", the title heroes manage to open the floodgates of this dam
    $400 9
She married the future president at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Bexar County, Texas on November 17, 1934
    $400 4
In "The Road To Wellville", Anthony Hopkins plays this developer of corn flakes
    $400 29
This New York harbor transport docks at the southernmost point of Manhattan
    $400 15
To make this colorful drink, pour in Bass Ale followed by Guinness Stout on top
    $400 27
Some thought I was Louis XIV's brother, some his son; either way I was locked up for 40 years
    $400 19
The Oahe Dam near this capital of South Dakota is one of the world's ten largest earth-fill dams
    $500 10
This first lady was born in 1917 on the eve of St. Patrick's Day, hence her nickname
    $500 5
In this revolutionary 1952 drama, Marlon Brando says his people need corn for their tortillas
    $500 30
You can take a boat ride down the River Walk section of this southern Texas city
    $500 16
You'll find this arm of the Pacific between the Chinese mainland & the Korean peninsula
    $500 28
Jawohl, I was Spandau Prison's lone inmate from 1966 to 1987
    $500 20
This dam on the Columbia River is one of the largest concrete structures in the world

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

David Wendy Kraig
$1,500 $400 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Wendy Kraig
$2,800 $2,000 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
A portion of this heroic Emanuel Leutze masterpiece is seen here
    $200 2
Jack Bruce played with Eric Clapton in The Bluesbreakers before joining him in this trio
    $200 12
Professor George Edward Challenger,
Professor Moriarty,
Mrs. Hudson
    $200 4
It was Charlie Sheen's original last name; his older brother still uses it
    $200 23
These are parties given for soon-to-be brides & soon-to-be moms
    $200 10
This epidemic claimed 25 million Europeans in the 14th century
    $400 5
Painted as a protest in '37, this work is often considered one of Picasso's most powerful works
    $400 3
Robbie Shakespeare, who has worked with Peter Tosh & Black Uhuru, is this style's bass master
    $400 13
Arthur Gordon Pym,
Madeline & Roderick Usher
    $400 6
Born Stefania Federkiewicz, she used the name Taffy Paul before she became a TV "Hart"throb
    $400 24
From the French for "first", the stars come out for one of these opening-night galas
    $400 11
This national park boasts the hottest U.S. temperature ever recorded - 134 degrees Fahrenheit!
    $600 16
This Rembrandt work depicts the militia company of Frans Banning Cocq
    $600 28
Don't worry, play this type of bass guitar, defined as one without ridges on the fingerboard
    $600 14
Frederic Henry,
Jake Barnes,
Francis Macomber
    $600 7
This "Die Hard" co-star's real name is Bonnie Culkin; Macaulay is her nephew
    $600 25
The A-crowd knows that types of these include quilting & spelling
    $600 19
In sports, it's an overtime period added to a tied game with the winner being the first to score
    $800 17
"Dreamy" title of this Rousseau work
    $800 29
Bernard Edwards of this group played the bass solo on their hit "Le Freak"
    DD: $1,000 15
Coalhouse Walker, Jr.,
Daniel Lewin,
Billy Bathgate
    $800 8
This comic actor-director's "Mother" could tell you his real name is Albert Einstein
    $800 26
German for "gossip", one of these little gatherings may be held over coffee
    $800 20
An author's last Italian holiday is the subject of this Thomas Mann novella
    $1000 18
The name of this 1931 surreal painting also known as "Soft Watches" should be easy to remember
    $1000 30
This late jazz bassist who also backed Joni Mitchell was a true "Jaco" all trades
    $1000 22
Von Humboldt Fleisher,
Augie March,
Moses Herzog
    $1000 9
It's Jason Patric's real last name; his father was a movie "Exorcist"
    DD: $1,500 27
The word "work" & the name of this sexually open party are akin to the same Greek word, "ergon"
    $1000 21
As Hannibal Lecter could tell you, the Acherontia atropos is this scary moth

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Wendy Kraig
$6,900 $6,400 $6,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Feeling the need for ballets about American life, this dancer choreographed his first ballet in 1944

Final scores:

David Wendy Kraig
$13,401 $101 $5,500
2-day champion: $27,601 3rd place: Samsung Maxima Zoom 145 Compact Camera 2nd place: Zenith 32-inch TV & Broyhill Home Theater Cabinet

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Wendy Kraig
$5,700 $6,400 $7,700
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
15 R,
0 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1998-11-10
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