Show #3027 - Tuesday, October 28, 1997

Contestants

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Shelley Smith, a video and film editor from New York City, New York

Phil O'Donoghue, an insurance administrator from Baltimore, Maryland

David Morgenstern, a lawyer from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE COD
MOVIE STARS
STYLE
IT ALL BEGINS WITH "YOU"
BATS
BALLS
    $100 22
This organ's oil is a good source of vitamins A & D
    $100 1
Robert Duvall felt Sally Kellerman's "hot lips" when he played Major Frank Burns in this 1970 film
    $100 12
For women's health, Cosmopolitan Magazine recommends wearing 4" ones for only an hour
    $100 6
Familiar proverb about elderly canines & their learning ability
    $100 15
As you might guess, it's the only continent a bat doesn't call home
    $100 27
Number of balls you need to get a base on balls
    $200 23
Of up to 8,000, 80,000 or 8,000,000, the number of eggs one cod may spawn at one time
    $200 2
In 1996 this "Lawrence of Arabia" star released the 2nd volume of his memoir "Loitering with Intent"
    $200 13
This rhyming term refers to a short shirt that may show off a toned tummy
    $200 7
Roald Dahl wrote the script for this 1967 James Bond film that took 007 to Japan
    $200 17
As it's nocturnal, a bat has only these cells in its eyes, no cones
    $200 24
In tournament play, this sport's 2 1/2-inch diameter ball must be white or yellow
    $300 28
Most of the cod caught is of the species named for this body of water
    $300 3
This "Tasmanian Devil" played Robin Hood but was perhaps most perfectly cast as Don Juan
    $300 14
A horizontal blade on the back of a car, or a back-of-the-pack competitor who affects the outcome
    $300 8
Walter Cronkite was the chief correspondent for this '50s TV series that recreated historical events
    $300 21
Like ants, most bats live in large groups called these
    $300 11
This type of store is indicated by the sign of the 3 balls
    $400 4
He gave Lauren Bacall a gold bracelet with her name engraved on one side & "The Whistler" on the other
    DD: $600 19
The classic men's hat seen here, it was the trademark of saxophone great Lester Young
    $400 9
Van Halen & The Kinks' first Top 40 hit, or a good reply if you don't know it
    $400 25
Chiroptera, the order to which bats belong, means "with" these "on their hands"
    $400 16
Keene, New Hampshire is known for manufacturing miniature & precision ones
    $500 5
Before starring on film as Ike Turner & Othello, he played Cowboy Curtis on TV's "Pee Wee's Playhouse"
    $500 20
Though its name is associated with cheap flash, this glazed cotton fabric is still a popular choice for sofas
    $500 10
This Thomas Wolfe title proved sadly prophetic; it was published posthumously
    $500 26
The horseshoe bat doesn't emit its echolocation squeaks through its mouth; they come out of this
    $500 18
This racquet court sport was named after the sound the rubber ball made when it hit a wall

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

David Phil Shelley
$1,300 $600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Phil Shelley
$1,400 $200 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

NONFICTION
NORTHERN WATERS
PEOPLE IN HISTORY
'60s TV
"BUT" OF COURSE
L.A.: TROUBLES IN PARADISE
(Alex: But we call it home!)
    $200 25
In a 1995 autobiography, this star of "Frasier" told of his life "So Far"
    $200 26
Col. Thomas S. Lubbock, who had a city named for him, was a signer of this state's Declaration of Independence
    $200 2
This cartoon series made its prime time yabba dabba debut September 30, 1960
    $200 7
In a Gershwin tune, this phrase qualifies "They're writing songs of love" & "A lucky star's above"
    $200 12
In 1993 these hot, dry winds made Malibu firefighters feel like defenders at the Alamo
    $400 19
When this man reached Mexico in 1519, Montezuma mistook him for the god Quetzalcoatl
    $400 3
He was Clint Howard's 650-pound constant companion
    $400 8
Saying based on a quote by John Bradford on seeing criminals led to their execution
    $400 18
2 union leaders were convicted in the 1910 bombing of this major daily newspaper
    $600 1
In the 1980s Robin Norwood had a bestseller with "Women Who" do this "Too Much"
    DD: $1,000 15
This traitor founded Norway's equivalent of the Nazi party in 1933
    DD: $500 4
"(Hi, I'm Chuck Woolery) On this Allen Ludden game show, a contestant scored 10 points if she guessed right on her first clue"
    $600 9
This current pop duo took its name from a store that would sell almost any item
    $600 20
The flashpoint of the 1992 riots was the intersection of Florence & this street
    $800 13
Don't laugh, but this expert on chimpanzees wrote a 1971 book about hyenas called "Innocent Killers"
    $800 24
A mountain range called the Lomonosov Ridge lies at the bottom of this ocean
    $800 16
In April 1945 this dictator, his mistress Clara Petacci & more than 10 of his henchmen were executed
    $800 5
Fred Astaire frequently appeared on this series as Robert Wagner's father Alistair Mundy
    $800 10
Romeo quiets himself with this interjection when Juliet appears at her window
    $800 22
The magnificent Ambassador Hotel, where he was fatally shot on June 5, 1968, closed its doors in 1989
    $1000 14
Betty J. Eadie recently embraced readers with "The Awakening Heart", a sequel to this inspiring book
    $1000 23
A series of canals links the Volga River to this sea via the Gulf of Finland
    $1000 17
Boer generals Louis Botha & Jan Smuts were the first 2 prime ministers of this country
    $1000 6
Among the cast of this scandalous serial were Lee Grant, Gena Rowlands & of course, Mia Farrow
    $1000 11
It completes Bette Davis' line to a suitor in "Cabin in the Cotton", "I'd love to kiss you...."
    $1000 21
In 1943 mobs attacked & beat Mexican-Americans sporting this elaborate suit style

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Phil Shelley
$1,800 $5,800 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY POLITICIANS
He was the first incumbent vice president to be elected president since 1836

Final scores:

David Phil Shelley
$3,600 $300 $11,199
2nd place: Sony VAIO Desktop PC & O' Sullivan Computer Workcenter 3rd place: Pair of Daniel Mink Bolero Watches New champion: $11,199

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Phil Shelley
$1,800 $5,400 $6,300
10 R,
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,500

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