Show #3081 - Monday, January 12, 1998

Contestants

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Chris Marker, an airline pilot from New Fairfield, Connecticut

Paula Hyden, a bookseller originally from San Angelo, Texas

Bonnie Gluhanich, a homemaker from Muskegon, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY AMERICA
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
1981 MOVIES
TRAVEL & TOURISM
SLEEP
"SH"
    $100 26
Date on which the U.S. celebrated its bicentennial
    $100 1
Projects of the giant Bechtel group include the BART system & the Bay Bridge in this city where it's based
    $100 24
In an early sequence of this film, Harrison Ford is chased by an enormous rolling boulder
    $100 6
The James Joyce Cultural Centre in this Irish capital includes a library & a reading room
    $100 12
Normally this activity is harmless, but make sure the person doesn't fall down the stairs
    $100 16
On Wall Street, it's one unit of stock
    $200 27
Hearings to determine whether this president should be impeached began May 9, 1974
    $200 2
As an alternative to Starbucks, Lipton opened an establishment of this type in southern California in 1996
    $200 3
This film, Henry Fonda's last, was based on a play that initially had only 126 performances on Broadway
    $200 7
Palisades Interstate Park lies in both New York & this state
    $200 15
Observation & brain-wave studies suggest cats have these, perhaps about imaginary enemies
    $200 17
It's another term for stenography
    $300 28
This hillbilly comic strip by Al Capp made its debut in newspapers in August 1934
    $300 11
In 1997 she bought her own lifestyles magazine & TV show from Time, Inc.
    $300 4
Vangelis won an Oscar for best score for this film about sprinters Eric Liddell & Harold Abrahams
    $300 8
You can visit this outlaw's boyhood home in Kearney, Mo. & the home where he was killed in St. Joseph
    $300 21
In 1989 N.Y. State shortened the sleep-depriving shifts of these doctors in training
    $300 18
Resembling a large scarf, this garment, when folded in a triangle, may be worn in place of a sweater
    $400 29
This service academy moved to its permanent site near Colorado Springs in 1958
    $400 13
Known as D&B, this corporation markets Moody's bond ratings & Nielsen's TV ratings
    $400 5
This film developed a cult following with theater patrons carrying wire hangers to the screenings
    DD: $800 9
Frommer's walking tour of this capital suggests visits to Ibsen's apartment & Munch's tomb
    $400 22
Sleep apnea, in which this stops briefly during the night, can cause daytime sleepiness
    $400 19
Slate is commonly formed by the metamorphism of this rock
    $500 30
In March 1951 Morton Sobell was found guilty of espionage, along with this couple
    $500 14
Under this name from 1899 to 1970, what's now Chiquita Brands dominated the Central American banana trade
    $500 25
In this Warren Beatty film about John Reed, Alexander Kerensky was played by one of his descendants
    $500 10
In this city you can purchase a ticket allowing visits to 7 museums, including the Palazzo Vecchio
    $500 23
From Latin for "about a day", it's the term for one's rhythm of sleeping & waking
    $500 20
Tecumseh was chief of this Indian tribe

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

Bonnie Paula Chris
$700 $300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bonnie Paula Chris
$1,000 $300 $4,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

FORMER CAPITALS
POTENT POTABLES
FAMOUS NAMES
COUNTRY SINGERS
CRITTERS
FIRST NOVELS
    $200 21
This largest Michigan city was state capital for 10 years, before it was replaced by Lansing
    $200 15
In Cuba there are 2 main types of this spirit: Carta Blanca (white label) or Carta Oro (gold label)
    $200 6
A knife cut to his cheek gave this Chicago gangster the nickname "Scarface"
    $200 22
This daughter of Johnny Cash had a desk job at Columbia Records before she became one of the label's stars
    $200 16
The larvae & wingless females of these beetle species are called glowworms
    $200 1
"Marooned!" would have been an appropriate title for this first novel by Daniel Defoe
    $400 25
Washington-on-the-Brazos, where this state declared its independence from Mexico, was capital 1842-45
    $400 14
They're the 2 main ingredients in the original martini
    $400 7
This "Cosmos" host, who also played a role in Mariner & Viking space expeditions, passed away in 1996
    $400 23
In 1979 this little sister of Loretta Lynn became the first country singer to tour China
    $400 17
The females of this largest living bird take turns sitting on eggs all day & the males take over at night
    $400 2
This "Ragtime" author's first novel, 1960's "Welcome to Hard Times", was a western
    $600 26
In 1786 South Carolina voted to move its capital from this seaport city to Columbia
    $600 13
A popular cocktail made with tequila, orange juice & grenadine, or a hit song by the Eagles
    $600 8
His "Castle" at San Simeon included a zoo, an airstrip & a private theater
    $600 24
This famous "Junior" called one of his early backup bands The Cheatin' Hearts
    $600 18
These American salamanders got their name from the mistaken belief that they can bark like dogs
    $600 3
His first novel, "Almayer's Folly", is autobiographical, like "Lord Jim"
    DD: $1,000 27
This Arizona city was the territorial capital from 1867 to 1877
    $800 11
Unlike most American whiskies, Scotch whisky is made from this grain
    $800 9
She reviewed books & worked as a play reader before writing her own plays like "The Children's Hour"
    $800 29
Bobbie Gentry wrote & recorded "Fancy" in 1970; decades later, this redhead made it a hit again
    $800 19
In Central America the basilisk is sometimes called the Jesus Christ lizard because it can do this
    $800 4
His first novel was "The Man Within"; "The Third Man" came later
    $1000 28
This city, host of the 1982 World's Fair, was Tennessee's capital from 1796 to 1812 & from 1817 to 1819
    $1000 12
It makes a Blue Hawaii blue
    DD: $2,000 10
He designed magazine covers, theatrical costumes & lithographs, like the one seen here:
    $1000 30
Dwight Yoakam played a despicable dirtbag named Doyle in this Billy Bob Thornton film
    $1000 20
Tamarins belong to this family of small New World monkeys
    $1000 5
His first novel, 1984's "Neuromancer", made him a leader of the cyberpunk movement

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bonnie Paula Chris
$5,400 $2,100 $7,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TV & MOVIE SETTINGS
The movie "Diner" & TV's "Homicide" are set in this hometown of director-producer Barry Levinson

Final scores:

Bonnie Paula Chris
$6,400 $4,200 $10,901
2nd place: Trip to Portugal 3rd place: Sony Power Cinema Package New champion: $10,901

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bonnie Paula Chris
$5,400 $2,100 $11,500
14 R,
1 W
7 R,
1 W
32 R,
6 W
(including 3 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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