Show #3183 - Wednesday, June 3, 1998

Contestants

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John Chapman, a golf course manager from Columbia, Missouri

Pam Tyler, a professor of history from Raleigh, North Carolina

Adele Odegard, a lieutenant colonel from Fort Belvoir, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

MILD-MANNERED REPORTERS
LOOK!
UP IN THE SKY!
IT'S A BIRD!
IT'S A PLANE!
IT'S SUPERMAN!
    $100 6
Sportswriter Grantland Rice wrote that the "Great Scorer" marks "Not that you won or lost" but this
    $100 26
Operation Lifesaver encourages drivers to "Look, Listen...and Live!" when crossing these
    $100 19
In a poem by Ann & Jane Taylor, it's "Like a diamond in the sky"
    $100 14
Charlie "Bird" Parker was self-taught on this musical instrument he got from his mother at age 11
    $100 11
When Lindbergh took this plane on a test flight, he set a California-to-New York speed record
    $100 1
This cub reporter was created for the radio series & later added to the comic book
    DD: $500 7
(Hi, I'm Wolf Blitzer) From 1990 to 1992 my beat for CNN was this building where I had to see all sides of an issue, not just 5
    $200 27
If you hear this shout on a golf course, look up for incoming golf balls
    $200 20
Over 90 nations have agreed to a total ban on CFCs by the year 2000 to protect this atmospheric layer
    $200 15
This director's 1988 film, "Bird", won an Oscar for Sound Recording
    $200 12
He flew his famous guests to San Simeon in the Vultee V1-A seen here:
("Lady Peace II")
    $200 2
In 1997 it was announced this "Con Air" star would don tights for Tim Burton's Superman film
    $300 8
His book "Another City, Not My Own" is based on his time covering the Simpson trial for Vanity Fair
    $300 28
This 1989 film seen here inspired 2 sequels:
(co-starring Kirstie Alley)
    $300 21
Soaring object in the title of the following:
(sometimes you're told to "Go fly" one)
    $300 16
Dizzy Gillespie, Parker & others developed this new style of jazz at Minton's Playhouse, a NYC nightclub
    $300 13
The Gossamer Albatross was the first plane powered by one of these to cross the English Channel
    $300 3
Rumor says he was set to do another season of "Superman" when he was shot June 16, 1959
    $400 9
Roscoe was the middle name of this man known for his calm radio reportage during WWII
    $400 29
The card seen here is used to test for the red-green variety of this condition:
    $400 22
The name of these electric lines doesn't mean they're tight, but have great voltage
    $400 17
This musical bird "study" by Parker was based on the chord progressions of "How High the Moon"
    $400 24
In 1954 the Convair XFY-1 became the first plane to make a VTOL -- this kind of take-off & landing
    $400 4
The famous cover of Action Comics No. 1 shows Superman lifting one of these
    $500 10
This king of gonzo journalism wrote of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" & in the 1972 campaign
    $500 30
Lookout Mountain just south of this southern Tennessee city offers tourists a view of 7 states
    $500 23
This troubled space station, built 12 years ago, was only supposed to be in use for 5 years
    $500 18
Due to Parker's prominence, this leading New York City jazz club was named for him
    $500 25
Introduced in 1944, this company's ME262 was the first jet combat plane
    $500 5
Superman has 2 sets of parents: Jonathan & Martha in Kansas, & Lara & this father on Krypton

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Adele Pam John
$100 $1,800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Adele Pam John
$1,200 $3,600 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

STREET SMARTS
(Alex: We all have them.)
R.E.M.
(Alex: The musical group.)
SCOT LIT
FOUNDERS
RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD
STARTS & ENDS WITH "T"
    $200 21
It's synonymous with the stock market
    $200 26
The lineup 1980-1997: guitarist Peter Buck, bassist Mike Mills, drummer Bill Berry & this singer
    $200 2
This author who delighted generations with "Peter Pan" was short, shy & lonely
    $200 11
Bernard Kroger founded a chain of grocery stores & Charles Walgreen founded a chain of these
    $200 16
The Mevlevi, or "whirling", order of these Sufi ascetics was founded about 1273 by poet Jalel Al-Din Al-Rumi
    $200 1
If you never say dye, say this, a light dye for the hair
    $400 22
While British prime minister, Margaret Thatcher had gates put up on the Whitehall end of this street
    $400 30
The video for "Losing My Religion" was banned in Ireland but given 6 awards by this network
    $400 3
With "Waverley" & "Ivanhoe", Sir Walter Scott established this genre of fiction set in the past
    $400 12
In 1958 former high school principal Dr. Ethel Andrus founded this group, the AARP
    $400 17
Because oak was sacred in this ancient Celtic religion, rituals were usually held in forests
    $400 4
Kitchen or table accessory seen here:
    $600 23
We wonder if General Grant was singing the blues when he set up headquarters on this Memphis street
    $600 27
The song "Man on the Moon" is a tribute to this late comedian, TV's Latka Gravas
    $600 8
The characters in Gordon Legge's fiction are devoted to soccer, which Scots call this
    $600 13
This Mass.-born businessman founded the Hawaiian Pineapple Company in 1901
    $600 18
Members of this Jamaican religious movement believe that Ethiopia is heaven
    $600 5
One to see the movie "Speed" is good; one for speeding is bad
    $800 24
Streets in this city include Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard & Coca Cola Place
    $800 28
One-word title of the song heard here:
("The feet are going to be on the ground...")
    $800 9
Robert Louis Stevenson based this novel about David Balfour on an actual Scottish crime
    $800 14
Ernest K. Coulter, not George Orwell, helped start this organization that helps kids
    DD: $800 19
From the Greek for "not knowing", this term is said to have been first used by Thomas Huxley in 1869
    $800 6
This professional will stuff your turkey...or your moose, or your marlin
    DD: $1,500 25
Famous street seen here in a work by California artist Gus Bayz:
(AKA "The Crookedest Street in the World")
    $1000 29
In 1988 R.E.M. said "That's all folks!" to I.R.S. Records & signed with this label for big bucks
    $1000 10
One of the first major Scottish poems was John Barbour's 1376 chronicle of this king
    $1000 15
Born in Aspen, Harold Ross didn't found Aspener magazine, he went east & founded this one
    $1000 20
The Black Stone is referred to as the cornerstone of this central shrine of Islam
    $1000 7
Country singer heard here:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Adele Pam John
$8,600 $5,600 $8,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICA
The 2 Civil War generals on the winning Republican presidential ticket of 1880

Final scores:

Adele Pam John
$5,800 $10,600 $0
2nd place: Temptress Adventure Cruise in Panama New champion: $10,600 3rd place: Rand McNally Travel Store Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Adele Pam John
$8,600 $5,300 $8,800
22 R,
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,700

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