Show #3086 - Monday, January 19, 1998

Contestants

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Jack Gray, a retail consultant from Venice, California

Margaret Garnett, a law school student from New York City, New York

Drew Reid, a musician and songwriter from Franklin, Tennessee (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

JANUARY 1948
(Alex: You remember that?)
CHAPTER ONE
CANADIAN HODGEPODGE
EASY ON THE EARS
FOOD
_____ OF _____
    $100 6
The Games of the Fifth Winter Olympiad opened Jan. 30, 1948 in this country's city of St. Moritz
    $100 17
"On the human imagination, events produce the effects of time", beginning his novel "The Deerslayer"
    $100 1
In English, Montreal's Hotel Quatre Saisons is known as this
    $100 25
Catchier name of the service once called wired radio; some call it elevator music
    $100 5
Change one letter in the herb yarrow & you'll get this foodstuff found in bones
    $100 13
Bridal aide-de-camp
    $200 7
California celebrated the 100th anniversary of the gold find at this man's sawmill
    $200 18
Marianne is described as "sensible and clever" in chapter one of this Jane Austen novel
    $200 2
This rodent is considered a national symbol of Canada
    $200 28
Brian Eno's relaxing "Ambient Music" includes the album "Music for" these places, like LAX
    $200 9
This zesty sauce named for a Mexican state includes peppers fermented for 3 years
    $200 15
An event, like a tornado or earthquake, that your insurance may not cover
    $300 4
This New York governor said, "If nominated" by the Republican Party, he'd run for president
    $300 19
"Nobody tells fibs in Boston", says Mrs. Luna in chapter one of his 1880s novel "The Bostonians"
    $300 3
If you visit this province in July, you may enjoy the Festival of the Tartans in New Glasgow
    $300 29
"Weary Blues" was the unlikely title of a 1956 hit from this purveyor of upbeat champagne music
    $300 11
Whether red, black or Nassau, a grouper is a type of this
    $300 16
Your closest blood relative
    $400 8
On January 1, 1948 GATT, a general agreement on these 2 "T"s, went into effect
    $400 20
In chapter one of this E.M. Forster novel, Lucy complains that her window doesn't overlook the Arno
    $400 10
Miminegash in this tiny island province is home to the Irish Moss Interpretive Centre
    DD: $1,500 27
Woman heard here in a solo album released posthumously in 1996:
    $400 23
Of cannoli, cannelloni & cannellini, the one that's not tube shaped
    $400 22
The adjustment that a "COLA" in your contract gives you
    $500 14
He was nominated to succeed Eisenhower as Army Chief of Staff
    $500 21
Willa Cather's "O Pioneers!" opens on a January day in the little town of Hanover in this U.S. state
    $500 12
Some of the plays in this Ontario city's famous theatre festival are presented in the Avon Theatre
    $500 30
Annunzio was the first name of this maestro of strings, the first to sell a million stereo records in the U.S.
    $500 26
The French dessert croquembouche consists of these stacked in a pyramid & coated with caramel
    $500 24
Cornucopia

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

Drew Margaret Jack
$1,000 $1,100 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Drew Margaret Jack
$2,600 $5,000 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE NORTH PACIFIC
MEDICAL STUFF
TALK RADIO
THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
(Alex: Today is Martin Luther King Day, so that's why we have the Civil Rights category.)
WINTER
3-SYLLABLE WORDS
    $200 1
In what's commonly called the Bay Area, San Pablo Bay lies just north of this one
    $200 15
Infinity Broadcasting, employer of several "shock jocks", has often been fined by this federal agency
    $200 2
In 1965 Congress barred several states from requiring that voters be able to do this
    $200 7
Banana & butternut are 2 of the most popular "winter" varieties of this food
    $200 16
Nobody knew it then, but the "high" period of this epoch ended with the sack of Rome in 1527
    $400 10
This country's island of Leyte was the site of MacArthur's return in 1944, better Leyte than never
    DD: $1,200 19
[I'm Robin Quivers] On NPR, Tom & Ray Magliozzi, AKA Click & Clack, give advice on this subject
    $400 3
He led efforts to desegregate Jackson, Mississippi & was killed there June 12, 1963
    $400 8
This singing rival of Tom Jones had a big hit with "Winter World of Love" in the winter of 1970
    $400 17
It can mean any occupation, or a calling to a religious career
    $600 11
Sail strait south through the Bering Strait, & you'll hit this state's St. Lawrence Island
    $600 24
Was that light red? This defect is also known as Daltonism, for a chemist who described it
    $600 4
In 1965, after being assaulted in this Alabama city, Martin Luther King led a march from there to Montgomery
    $600 9
Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote, "If winter comes, can" this "be far behind?"
    $600 18
It means to weaken a support; it could mean to take too little out of the ground
    $800 12
It's the divided peninsula that divides the Yellow Sea from the Sea of Japan
    $800 26
Ampicillin & Amoxicillin are semisynthetic forms of this antibiotic
    $800 25
This convicted Watergate burglar began airing his conservative views on talk radio in 1992
    DD: $1,200 5
This league was founded in 1910, largely to help black migrants to New York City
    $800 13
In the winter the city of Bemidji in this state celebrates Brrr Midji Polar Days
    $800 20
It can mean "rebelling against authority" or "gross"
    $1000 21
At over 36,000 feet, it's the deepest spot in the North Pacific, or anywhere else on Earth
    $1000 27
In 1913 Bela Schick developed a skin test for this disease, not for shaving
    $1000 22
She was a sports commentator before pioneering call-in therapy in the 1950s
    $1000 6
As head of the SNCC, Stokely Carmichael rejected this doctrine that put the "N" in the group's name
    $1000 14
Autolycus is a lovable rogue in this Shakespeare play
    $1000 23
The name of this piece of direct mail advertising means "indirect"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Drew Margaret Jack
$5,000 $10,200 $5,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BESTSELLERS
A limited edition of this 1980 Stephen King novel featured an aluminum-coated asbestos-cloth cover

Final scores:

Drew Margaret Jack
$9,995 $9,799 $0
2-day champion: $22,095 2nd place: Trip to Atlanta Hilton & Towers 3rd place: Gateway 2000 Family Desktop PC

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Drew Margaret Jack
$5,000 $7,900 $5,300
18 R,
3 W
21 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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