Show #3029 - Thursday, October 30, 1997

Contestants

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Matt Mann, an operations manager from Carpinteria, California

Lyn Jessup, a retired executive secretary from Granada Hills, California

Liza Marshall, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

HALLS OF FAME
FAMOUS HALLS
WHATCHA DOIN'?
COOKING ON TV
HISTORIC DOCUMENTS
DOUBLE LETTER PERFECT
    $100 10
In 1997 their career was "Stayin' Alive" with a new CD & induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
    $100 4
Founding brothers Joyce, Rollie & William Hall put their stamp on this greeting card company
    $100 9
Hitting a chip shot onto the green
    $100 25
After she cooked an omelette on a book review show, WGBH created "The French Chef" for her
    $100 1
The 1996 GOP platform proposed amending this to protect crime victims & the unborn
    $100 20
A street sign with this letter pair denotes a crossing that has the ties that bind
    $200 11
A "Magic Earring Ken" doll is among the items displayed in a Palo Alto, Calif. Hall of Fame devoted to her
    $200 5
Time was on Jerry Hall's side in 1990 as she married this singer after a long romance
    $200 15
Splitting a pair & taking a hit on each
    $200 26
"How To Boil Water" & "Grillin' & Chillin'" are cooking shows featured on this cable channel
    $200 2
In 1939 Albert Einstein wrote to Franklin Roosevelt urging development of this weapon
    $200 21
This suffix denotes a person who is a recipient of something
    $300 12
This comic duo's "Who's on First?" routine is enshrined on a gold record in the Baseball Hall of Fame
    $300 6
In 1987 she testified to altering & shredding documents for her boss Oliver North
    $300 16
Setting the timing after gapping the points & plugs
    $300 27
Based on an actual New York restaurateur, this Seinfeld character refused to serve Elaine
    $300 3
An 1886 convention on copyrights & an 1864 convention on the rules of war were signed in this country
    $300 22
A little ball, 0.18 inches in diameter, fired from an air rifle or a special gun
    $400 13
This prodigy who won the U.S. Open at age 14 in 1957 was a charter member of the U.S. Chess Hall of Fame
    $400 7
As head of the National Theatre, Peter Hall oversaw its 1976 move out of this "old" home
    $400 17
Blending 1 teaspoon sugar, the juice of 1/2 a small lime & 2 ounces of rum & straining it into a glass
    $400 14
In 1222 the Golden Bull of Hungary gave rights to nobles, like this English charter 7 years before
    $400 23
Ask a Spaniard how to pronounce this double letter pair & he may say "y"
    $500 18
The Dog Mushers Hall of Fame in Knik, Alaska is in a building used as the 1967 HQ for this sled dog race
    $500 8
The 1995 movie "Kids" was written by the grandson of Huntz Hall, one of these tough movie kids
    $500 19
In the 1850 Punctuation of Olmutz, this German-speaking country halted Prussia's aims to unite Germany
    $500 24
For the ivory tickler it means "very softly"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Liza Lyn Matt
$100 $1,200 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liza Lyn Matt
$700 $1,800 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRIT LIT
(Alex: British literature, obviously!)
DANCE
SHEEPISH COUNTRIES
THE OSCARS
POLITICAL POSTS
MORE REDUNDANCY & REPETITION
    $200 1
In this novel, Mr. Rochester "has a fine bass voice, and an excellent taste for music"
    $200 5
After watching this movie dancer, Baryshnikov said, "We all should have been in another business"
    $200 14
Producing about 30% of the world's wool, this country has 7.7 jumbucks per person
    $200 6
Though he's acted on screen, as in "Tommy", his first nomination & win was for a song in "The Lion King"
    $200 15
This future president was U.S. envoy to China in 1974 & 1975
    $200 18
The book of Leviticus says of an evildoer, "The people of the land shall stone him with" these
    $400 2
Dorlcote Mill in her book "The Mill on the Floss" resembles Arbury Mill, where she played as a child
    $400 9
A movement & a call in square dancing, it comes from French for "back to back"
    $400 7
Song from "Pinocchio" that won a real, not wooden, Oscar
    $400 17
Many places now appoint one of these instead of a coroner
    $400 22
This word, the "A" in the acronym scuba, makes "scuba gear" somewhat repetitive
    $600 3
He wrote his semi-autobiographical novel "Sons and Lovers" in part as a tribute to his mother
    $600 12
The name of this high-stepping dance developed on plantations means something certain or easy
    DD: $1,000 8
Film seen here, its director was nominated, but it didn't make it into the Best Picture category:
    $600 19
St. Louis has a board of these, literally meaning "older" people
    $600 23
007 film song in which Paul & Linda McCartney wrote of "this ever-changing world in which we live in"
    $800 4
The young man who wishes, "If the picture could change, and I could be always what I am now!"
    $800 13
Critic Arlene Croce refused to do this before attacking Bill T. Jones' piece "Still/Here" as "victim art"
    $800 26
This country's 266,000 people should keep its 500,000 sheep away from Mount Hekla, an active volcano
    $800 10
In 1951 "Harvey"'s Jimmy Stewart lost by a nose to best actor Jose Ferrer in this title role
    $800 20
President Grant appointed Chester A. Arthur collector of customs for this port
    $800 25
Using "from" before this word that means "from where" has been called redundant
    DD: $1,000 16
In an Evelyn Waugh novel, one of Lord Marchman's children is known as Bridey, which is short for this
    $1000 27
This second-largest member of the C.I.S. has almost twice as many sheep & goats as people
    $1000 11
Paul Newman's only win for Best Actor was for the second time he played this character
    $1000 21
Archibald Cox was appointed as one of these in 1973
    $1000 24
You don't need to put "the" before this Greek phrase for "the masses" because hoi means "the"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liza Lyn Matt
$5,900 $5,200 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE WESTERN U.S.
This city's official seal depicts a phoenix & a motto in Spanish: "Gold in Peace -- Iron in War"

Final scores:

Liza Lyn Matt
$199 $2 $1,401
2nd place: Trip to La Casa del Zorro, Borrego Springs, California 3rd place: Motorola StarTac Cellular Phone New champion: $1,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Liza Lyn Matt
$5,900 $4,800 $5,800
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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