Suggest correction - #3052 - 1997-12-02

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    $500 17
While at Princeton, this future U.S. Senator set the record for points in a Final Four game with 58

Show #3052 - Tuesday, December 2, 1997


Kathy Giddens, an instructional coordinator from Warner Robins, Georgia

Tom Castelazo, a middle school teacher originally from Fresno, California

Heather O'Neill, a program assistant from Tarboro, North Carolina (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $12,800)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice "Reel".)
    $100 3
In 1997 this Blues Brother was collared to play Mike Weber, a free-wheeling minister on "Soul Man"
    $100 9
"Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties" was the moral of his "The Fox and the Goat"
    $100 18
The press corps called this Scottie "The Informer"; when they saw him they knew FDR was near
    $100 13
In 1968 the St. Louis Hawks flew the coop & landed in this city
    $100 1
Unlike other major Polish cities like Warsaw, this former capital escaped WWII devastation
    $100 23
It's said to be "The way to a man's heart"
    $200 5
This 1944 Bing Crosby film won more than "Two-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra" Oscars, it won 7
    $200 10
Heloise says if you're wearing these & are going to make a splash in the water, at least squint
    $200 19
Edgar was the beagle named after this man, who gave him to LBJ
    $200 14
It was Kerr-tains for this team when the Bulls' Steve Kerr made the title-winning shot in the 1997 NBA Finals
    $200 2
The Bulgarians are famous for this dairy product, which they claimed to have invented
    $200 24
A digital phrase meaning to hitchhike
    $300 6
In this 1964 film Richard Burton was an alcoholic, philandering ex-clergyman in Mexico
    $300 30
"Never be the only one, except, possibly, in your own home", wrote this author of "The Color Purple"
    $300 20
His golden retriever Liberty gave birth to 9 pups in the White House, giving him even more to trip over
    $300 15
In May 1997 this former Celtics star returned to his home state to become coach of the Indiana Pacers
    $300 4
Nicu Ceausescu, a playboy who was groomed to lead this country, was jailed in 1990 & died in 1996
    $300 25
When you're charged a great deal of money for something, you "pay through" this
    $400 7
1973 film that gave Jason Miller a real workout as the priest Father Karras
    $400 29
Advice of John Soule later picked up by Horace Greeley
    $400 21
He gave the Kennedys Pushinka, a pup of Strelka, the first Soviet dog in space
    $400 16
John Wooden, the legendary "Wizard of Westwood", coached this school to 10 NCAA titles
    $400 11
Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia & Ljubljana is the capital of this former Yugoslav republic
    $400 26
It means too close to tell, especially in horse racing
    $500 8
In 1947 David Niven was in "The Bishop's Wife"; in 1996 Denzel Washington starred in this remake
    $500 28
Satchel Paige & this actor's 2,000-Year-Old Man say to avoid fried foods for longevity
    DD: $800 22
This bestselling author died in May 1997 at age 12
    $500 17
While at Princeton, this future U.S. Senator set the record for points in a Final Four game with 58
    $500 12
You can "spot" Croatia's tourist cities Split & Dubrovnik in this coastal region for which a dog breed is named
    $500 27
Derived from the Bible, it immediately follows "An eye for an eye"

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

Heather Tom Kathy
$1,200 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Heather Tom Kathy
$3,400 $2,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Some believe that Lubavitch Rabbi Schneerson, who died in 1994, was Mashiah, meaning this
    $200 9
In 1513 Martin Waldseemuller updated his 1507 map, taking this name off the new continent
    $200 8
Some spiders have a special organ called a cribellum that enables them to do this; how artistic
    $200 1
His period of work between "Eroica" & Symphony No. 8 is known as his heroic decade
    $200 7
In May 1997 this cereal company introduced new Cocoa Frosted Flakes
    $200 15
Some think this long-snouted mammal's scientific name, Orycteropus afer, is haard to pronounce
    $400 14
This soul singer of "Let's Stay Together" began his ministry after surviving an attack with boiling grits
    $400 10
Montezuma told him stay on the coast; he didn't listen; then, don't come into Tenochtitlan; he didn't listen
    $400 22
Wasps are noted for this "slim" feature, which helps the abdomen move freely & makes stinging easier
    $400 3
A Freemason, this Austrian sprinkled references to Masonry in his "Masonic Cantata" & "The Magic Flute"
    $400 16
In 1989 Ruth M. Owades launched Calyx & Corolla, a mail order company that sells these
    $400 19
It's what Lauren Bacall heard when she took her bow after the musical of the same name
    $600 24
In 1995 he was chosen to head a commission investigating apartheid-era crimes
    $600 11
Columbus carried a letter from Ferdinand to the Grand Khan not knowing this dynasty was now in power
    $600 23
Found in Africa, the caffre, or Felis libyca, may have been the first wild one of these animals domesticated
    $600 4
When his "Madama Butterfly" opened at La Scala in 1904, it was greeted with hisses
    $600 17
This leading textbook publisher was formed in 1864 as a partnership, Hurd & Houghton
    $600 20
"The Left Handed Dictionary" defines this as "A man you can shut up by closing a book"
    $800 12
He stowed away with his dog Leoncico & went on to view the Pacific
    $800 5
For the 1910 season, Sergei Diaghilev commissioned him to score a ballet based on "The Firebird"
    DD: $1,500 18
In 1997 this parent company of CBS acquired The Nashville Network
    $800 21
A type of marbles or agricultural college students who might have played with them
    $1000 13
In 1541 he crossed the Mississippi & came within 400 miles of running into Coronado
    $1000 6
This Venetian's first works date from the early 18th C. during his years as violin master of a girls' orphanage

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Heather Tom Kathy
$2,800 $6,300 $4,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

Part one of this English allegory ends, "So I awoke, and behold it was a dream"

Final scores:

Heather Tom Kathy
$100 $2,801 $100
3rd place: Pair of Franchi-Menotti Sports Watches New champion: $2,801 2nd place: Panasonic 31" Superflat System TV & Bush Home Theatre

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Heather Tom Kathy
$2,800 $7,800 $4,100
15 R,
4 W
20 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,700

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