Suggest correction - #3312 - 1999-01-19

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    $400 3
"The Nutcracker" for example & Brat Pack actor Rob

Show #3312 - Tuesday, January 19, 1999


Prabal Chakrabarti, a graduate student from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Meaghan Parker, an assistant from Fairfax, Virginia

Rich Hendricks, a cleaning company administrator from Amherst, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $13,601)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In 1982 John Hawkins became the first black cheerleader at this school, nicknamed Ole Miss
    $100 23
Early rockers Anthony, Richard & Eva
    $100 3
Some date the end of the war to December 25, 1991 when this country was dissolved
    $100 13
Scots call this bird a hoolet; we hope you give a hoot
    $100 1
Before you start, spend some time here to warm up
    $100 18
Numeric phrase that begins the Gettysburg Address
    $200 7
Calvin Coolidge was the first president born on this patriotic holiday
    $200 24
Chanteuse Celine & teen idol DiMucci
    $200 4
By the end of the Cold War the population of this "sleeping giant" was over 1 billion
    $200 14
A sporran is a large pouch with fur on it that highland men wear in front of this garment
    $200 2
They're the wooden holders that help you whack the ball
    $200 19
"Learn By Doing" is the slogan of this youth organization
    $300 25
On May 27, 1997 this 8,981-foot long San Francisco landmark marked its 60th anniversary
    $300 26
Rocker Glitter & Union Gap leader Puckett
    $300 10
At the 20th party congress in February 1956, Nikita Khrushchev savagely denounced this late leader
    $300 15
In some parts of Scotland, this children's game with "Scotch" in its name is called peever
    $300 5
Don't put too many of these clubs "in the fire"
    $300 20
This set of concertos makes up the first part of Vivaldi's Opus 8
    $400 29
Queen Victoria loved this state's Smithfield hams so much she had them shipped to England
    $400 27
Singer-songwriter Nyro & pop singer Branigan
    DD: $800 11
Gamal Abdel Nasser started a Cold War crisis when he nationalized this on July 26, 1956
    $400 16
If you have this job, you're a flesher -- vegetarians need not apply
    $400 8
Whoops! You don't want to end up here
    $400 21
In the New Testament, they symbolize war, conquest, famine & death
    $500 30
It's nicknamed the "Sagebrush State" -- after all, the sagebrush is its state flower
    $500 28
"Into The Sun" singer Lennon & hip hop impresario "Puff Daddy" Combs
    $500 12
The Red Scare of the 1950s destroyed many careers, including that of this father of the atomic bomb
    $500 17
If a Scotsman tells you he's a Dundonian, you know he's from this city
    $500 9
The 18th hole of this famous European golf course is seen here
    $500 22
Published in 1943, "Four Quartets" is considered by many to be this American-born poet's finest work

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

Rich Meaghan Prabal
$1,000 $500 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Meaghan Prabal
$3,300 $2,200 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
After earning an Oscar nomination for "Schindler's List", he won a 1995 Tony for playing Hamlet
    $200 8
Laverne & Shirley worked in the bottle-cap division of the Shotz Brewery in this city
    $200 1
Among the aims of this group, founded in 1871, are to foster firearms safety & promote good sportsmanship
    $200 13
He governed California for most of the '90s
    $200 21
Manny Sanguillen, John Candelaria & Andy Van Slyke are among the heroes who have performed here
    $200 2
Gene Simmons' band & the cosmetics they might wear
    $400 27
In 1851 he become playwright in residence at the National Theatre in Bergen, Norway
    $400 9
This TV family resided at 704 Hauser Street in Queens; the Jeffersons lived next door
    $400 4
It's the organization whose emblem is seen here
    $400 14
This bestselling author of "Beast" was once a speechwriter for Lyndon Johnson
    $400 22
A statue of "The Reading Blacksmith" is the gift of this industrialist & library founder
    $400 3
"The Nutcracker" for example & Brat Pack actor Rob
    $600 28
A theatrical adaptation of this Edgar Lee Masters poetry anthology premiered on Broadway in 1963
    DD: $800 10
(Hi, I'm Candice Bergen.) As Murphy Brown I anchored the newsmagazine "FYI" based in this city
    DD: $1,000 5
Taking its Hebrew name from Queen Esther, it's America's largest Jewish organization for women
    $600 15
He titled his 1993 autobiography "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?"; he also wrote the song
    $600 23
You can ketchup with pops & classics in the Pittsburgh Symphony's hall, named for this family
    $600 17
Byron's title & Mayberry sheriff Andy
    $800 29
"Swimming To Cambodia" monologist who starred in the aptly-titled one-man show "Gray's Anatomy"
    $800 11
The "Green Acres" farm was located just outside of this town, the setting of "Petticoat Junction"
    $800 6
In 1957 this actor founded Little People of America, an organization for short-statured people
    $800 16
As NFL commissioner from 1960 to 1989, he created the Super Bowl & Monday Night Football
    $800 24
There's a "Georgeous" view from this mount named for the Army officer who surveyed the area in 1753
    $800 18
TV "Wiseguy" Wahl & Nazi war criminal Klaus
    $1000 30
This South African directed the 1982 New York production of his own play "Master Harold... and the Boys"
    $1000 12
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman moved from this northeastern city to Colorado Springs, Colorado
    $1000 7
Known as the G.A.R. for short, it was instrumental in establishing a Memorial Day observance
    $1000 20
Peter Cetera sang lead for Chicago, & this Peter sang lead for Herman's Hermits in the '60s
    $1000 25
A Pittsburgh retail magnate commissioned this Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece outside the city
    $1000 19
Supreme Court justices Hugo & Byron "Whizzer"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Meaghan Prabal
$7,100 $10,600 $4,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Nothing like it!)
This 1957 Buddy Holly hit was inspired by a line of dialogue from the John Wayne film "The Searchers"

Final scores:

Rich Meaghan Prabal
$9,001 $6,999 $4,498
2-day champion: $22,602 2nd place: Trip to Falcon's Lodge Resort, Stillwater Canyon, Utah 3rd place: Daewoo Entertainment Package

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Rich Meaghan Prabal
$7,100 $11,400 $4,100
19 R,
0 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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