Show #3069 - Thursday, December 25, 1997

Contestants

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Nancy Hungerford-Levine, a college student from Milwaukie, Oregon

Fritz Torp, a high school English teacher from Santa Cruz, California

Joyce Gray, a Spanish teacher originally from Anchorage, Alaska (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS & THEIR WORKS
WEDDINGS
"G" MOVIES
STATE CAPITALS
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
ODD WORDS
    $100 3
"Two Hussars" is a short story by this author of the very long novel "War and Peace"
    $100 21
At a formal wedding, this jacket worn by the groom may be a rental, an Oscar de la Rental
    $100 1
This 1993 Bill Murray hit is the perfect video to watch over & over again on February 2
    $100 8
It's Louisiana's second largest city & its capital
    $100 26
This school's athletic teams are called the Hoosiers
    $100 12
Hear, hear, tinnitus refers to this medical condition
    $200 4
He prefaced chapters IX & X of his novel "The Pathfinder" with quotes from "As You Like It"
    $200 22
Emily Post says after walking the bride down the aisle, he sits in the third pew if he's divorced
    $200 2
Maurice Chevalier sang "Thank Heaven For Little Girls" in this film; I remember it well...
    $200 9
South Dakota's Cultural Heritage Center in this city displays a lead plate left by French explorers in 1743
    $200 27
Badger alumni know Michael Jackson acquired rights to this school's fight song from Paul McCartney
    $200 13
From the Latin word gravis, meaning "heavy", gravid describes a woman in this condition
    $300 5
Much of this "Vanity Fair" author's novel "Henry Esmond" takes place during the reign of Queen Anne
    $300 23
It's become popular to place single-use ones on each table to let guests help capture the event
    $300 16
Hey, dude, this 1959 Sandra Dee film led to the TV series that made Sally Field a star
    $300 10
In 1840 Jason Lee established a mission on the site of this future Oregon capital
    $300 28
This school's East Lansing campus has the USA's largest college food service operation
    $300 14
Subject of a Crystal Gayle or Romantics song, somniloquism is this
    $400 6
She fed us "Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant" in 1982 & gave us "Breathing Lessons" in 1988
    $400 24
It's often held on the eve of the wedding & followed by a dinner for out-of-town guests
    $400 19
Musical in which Marilyn Monroe, as Lorelei Lee, asked, "Is this the way to Europe, France?"
    DD: $1,900 11
Washington Crossing State Park lies northwest of this capital on the Delaware River
    $400 29
After the Civil War, Georgetown University chose these school colors to signify the union of the North & South
    $400 17
Byssus is the name of the fine cloth used to keep these under wraps in ancient Egypt
    $500 7
This Florentine author of "Il Principe" also wrote a history of Florence
    $500 25
It's the canopy used at Jewish wedding ceremonies
    $500 20
Jane Alexander had an unbilled role as Matthew Broderick's mother in this Civil War epic
    $500 15
At almost 7,000 feet above sea level in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, it's the highest U.S. capital
    $500 30
In accordance with the founder's will, this Houston university was tuition-free from 1912 to 1965
    $500 18
Someone who's described as nasute has a large one of these features

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

Joyce Fritz Nancy
$200 $700 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joyce Fritz Nancy
$3,000 $1,500 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

MY TRUE LOVE GAVE TO ME
LORDS A-LEAPING
LADIES DANCING
MAIDS A-MILKING
FIVE GOLDEN "RING"s
THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY
    $200 1
This chocolatier offers its trademark ballotins of goodies for that special "lady"
    $200 16
Made a lord in 1970, he played Lord Hamlet on film & Lord Marchmain in "Brideshead Revisited"
    $200 11
She danced the can-can at the 1964 World's Fair before she giggled her way to fame on "Laugh-In"
    $200 25
Our maids separate this product from milk with centrifugal force & save some for their coffee
    $200 20
It's no match for Wisk laundry detergent
    $200 6
Come on, get this answer; their theme was "Come On, Get" this
    $400 2
In the 19th century these scented pouches made by Eugene Rimmel had great cachet as valentines
    $400 17
In 1935 John Buchan became Lord Tweedsmuir & his novel "The Thirty-Nine Steps" was filmed by this director
    $400 12
She used to dance with the Cincinnati Ballet, as her husband Matthew Broderick could tell you
    $400 26
Like most Americans, our maids rely on milk to be their leading source of this bone-building material
    DD: $1,500 21
Symbol of success & achievement associated with the object seen here:

[a carousel]
    $400 7
The sign "Careful. Nervous Mother Driving" was on this type of vehicle
    $600 3
From its delightful smell, a small bouquet is sometimes called this
    $600 18
As British Secretary of State for India, he annexed Burma; as British PM, his son lost it to Japan
    $600 13
Now on "Friends", she's the young lady who danced with Bruce Springsteen in his "Dancing In The Dark" video
    $600 27
Maids often put milk through this process which breaks up milk fat & spreads it evenly through the milk
    $600 22
At first baby can only gum this rubber toy but he'll be biting it soon enough
    $600 8
The only Partridge child whose real first name & character name were one & the same
    $800 4
Elaborately carved, these pieces of tableware are traditional love tokens in Wales
    $800 19
Lord Beaverbrook gained fame, wealth & political power through his ownership of several of these
    $800 14
This singer, dancer & ex-Laker Girl won an Emmy for choreographing "The Tracey Ullman Show"
    $800 28
Following FDA standards, our maids fortify their milk with these 2 vitamins
    $800 23
In the old days, if you found this item at the dinner table you'd assume what it held had already been used
    $800 9
On Nov. 21, 1970 this song, which was featured on their first album, hit No. 1 on the Billboard Top 40
    $1000 5
For a 55th anniversary gift, it's traditional to keep love green with this gem
    DD: $2,000 30
The last words of this earl who wrote instructive letters were "Give Dayrolles a chair", not a sofa
    $1000 15
Former Rockette Vera-Ellen was Danny Kaye's dancing co-star in this ever-popular holiday film
    $1000 29
It's what our maids call the unpasteurized milk they sell to health-food stores
    $1000 24
It's the popular name of the chain of volcanoes circling the Pacific Ocean
    $1000 10
For the animated series "Partridge Family: 2200 A.D.", she did the voice of Laurie

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joyce Fritz Nancy
$5,100 $3,300 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

JOURNALISM
In an 1897 editorial that stated, "Thank God! He lives, and he lives forever" this question was answered

Final scores:

Joyce Fritz Nancy
$9,100 $6,500 $5,600
2-day champion: $26,301 2nd place: Trip to Woodstock Inn & Resort, Vermont 3rd place: Panasonic Large LCD Palmcorder

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joyce Fritz Nancy
$6,600 $5,200 $7,400
25 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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