Show #3178 - Wednesday, May 27, 1998

Lara Robillard game 2.

Contestants

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Pamela Rohrich, a veterinarian from El Cerrito, California

Ed Lee, a medical student from New York City, New York

Lara Robillard, a director of health policy from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

BALLET IN THE '90s
"ACE" IN THE HOLE
WOMEN IN SPORTS
OVER THE RIVER
THROUGH THE WOODS
TO GRANDMOTHER'S HOUSE WE GO
    $100 1
Of Jerome Robbins' ballet based on this musical, New York Magazine quipped, "When you're a Jete..."
    $100 7
Indiana's NBA team
    $100 3
400-meter star Cathy Freeman is the first of these indigenous Australians to win a world track gold medal
    $100 23
Before its completion in 1917, the Quebec railway bridge over this river collapsed twice
    $100 19
"Don't sit under" this hardwood "tree with anyone else but me"
    $100 16
Just because Grandma collects these shakers doesn't mean there's too much sodium in her diet
    $200 11
Matthew Bourne set his innovative new production of "Cinderella" in this city during the Blitz
    $200 8
A rhytidectomy; it's a nip & tuck done on the mug
    $200 4
She had won 7 of 9 Grand Slam singles events when she was stabbed & wounded in 1993
    $200 25
Clevelander Hart Crane's great poem "The Bridge" praises this one across NYC's East River
    $200 21
It precedes alder & Hazel & you may ask if it's a good one or a bad one
    $200 17
Grandma collects this man's albums & has read his memoir "The Kingdom Of Swing" 25 times
    $300 12
We hope the Artist Formerly Known As this saw "Billboards", a rock ballet danced to his music
    $300 9
Keyboard button that may have the following symbol: (arrow pointing toward left)
    $300 5
Paula Newby-Fraser could be called Ironwoman for winning this Ironman event 7 times from 1986 to 1994
    $300 26
This type of movable bridge that protected castles is also used to permit river traffic
    $300 22
By the year 2000 a species of this tree that's resistant to that dreaded Dutch disease should be available
    $300 18
On Grandma's wall there's a picture of this president from his Navy days on a PT boat
    $400 13
The 18 vampire brides in the Houston Ballet's show about this count could be called the corpse de ballet
    $400 10
One goes between the dinner plate & the dinner table
    $400 6
In 1997 this gymnast who vaulted hurt at the '96 Olympics went to Israel for the Maccabiah Games
    DD: $500 29
River crossed by the Allenby, or King Hussein, Bridge
    $400 24
This hardwood may not be cheap, but it is an anagram of cheap
    $400 20
Grandma still has the diaries she wrote at this Poughkeepsie school before it went co-ed
    $500 14
In just 2 months in 1993 the NYCB presented 73 works by this late Russian-American choreographer
    $500 2
Whales, dolphins & porpoises
    $500 15
In 1993 Marge Schott, owner of this team, was suspended for making racist remarks
    $500 30
Puente de Piedras is a centuries-old bridge in this country where "The Bridge Of San Luis Rey" is set
    $500 27
It's the hardwood used to make clarinets & some piano keys
    $500 28
Grandma loves the puppy pictures on the plates she collects from this "exchange"

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

Lara Ed Pamela
$800 $2,300 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lara Ed Pamela
$1,000 $3,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
NOT-SO-MAD SCIENTISTS
1997 BUSINESS NEWS
CHARLES V
MOVIE LOVE THEMES
BEFORE & AFTER
    $200 1
Get too close to this beloved of Quasimodo & he might just ring your bell
    $200 13
The "E" in his equation, E=mc(squared), stands for energy, not his name
    $200 7
In Jan. some said this computer chip maker would become the world's most profitable company by 1999
    $200 12
In 1541 Charles led a doomed naval campaign to take Algiers from this Turkish empire
    $200 6
Whitney Houston:
"I Will Always Love You"
    $200 15
1961 invasion of Cuba wrapped in a tasty pastry
    $400 2
He & his dog Wolf were hunting squirrels in the Catskills when he fell asleep
    $400 14
This monk conceived the laws of heredity while minding his peas & Qs as a teacher in Brunn, Austria
    $400 21
In July this retailer said it was closing 400 stores; it had nickeled-&-dimed itself to death
    $400 19
In 1522 he wrote Charles that the Aztecs "said that by no means would they give themselves up"
    $400 8
"A Whole New World"
    $400 26
The lead singer of Hole appearing on Chuck Woolery's old show
    $600 3
In "Vanity Fair" Sir Pitt Crawley proposes to her but she's already secretly married to his son Rawdon
    $600 16
In 1920 this Dane became director of The Institute For Theoretic Physics in Copenhagen
    $600 24
New on the magazine stand in 1997 was this women's fitness magazine that might be abbreviated O2
    $600 23
In 1530 Charles became the last of these emperors to be crowned by a Pope
    $600 9
Carly Simon:
"Nobody Does It Better"
    $600 27
Long disputed Israeli-Palestinian land area that's a mini-shopping complex
    $800 4
Last name of Soames & Irene, the 2 principal characters in John Galsworthy's 3 novel "Saga"
    $800 17
His discoveries, published in the 1704 work "Opticks", explained why objects appear to be colored
    $800 29
The FTC blocked Staples' purchase of this company in March -- antitrust & all that
    DD: $1,500 22
In 1522 Charles introduced this Spanish institution to the Netherlands to persecute Protestants
    $800 10
"You Must Love Me"
    $800 28
King Kong plunges from Edward Gibbon's massive history
    $1000 5
Roxane married Christian de Neuvillette not knowing his love letters were written by this poet & soldier
    $1000 18
This Dane's 1572 supernova sighting helped disprove the idea that no changes occur past the moon's orbit
    DD: $4,500 25
This automaker, whose logo is seen here, turned 50 in 1997 but has only made about 70,000 cars: (black stallion)
    $1000 20
Charles convened the Diet of Worms where this man refused to recant his beliefs
    $1000 11
Barbra Streisand & Bryan Adams:
"I Finally Found Someone"
    $1000 30
Jimmy Carter's "Achy Breaky" Secretary of State

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lara Ed Pamela
$9,900 $10,500 $1,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COMPOSERS
One of his most famous works had its premiere on a barge in 1717

Final scores:

Lara Ed Pamela
$14,400 $1,199 $1,700
2-day champion: $29,000 3rd place: Pair of Festina Megaquartz Watches 2nd place: Trip to Marriott's Rancho Las Palmas Resort, Rancho Mirage, California

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lara Ed Pamela
$9,700 $7,000 $1,600
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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