Show #3188 - Wednesday, June 10, 1998

Contestants

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Sheri Smith, a tax attorney from Atlanta, Georgia

Declan O'Connell, a caddy from Port Chester, New York

Philip Sasse, a polymer chemist from Douglasville, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS & THEIR SLEUTHS
BODY WORKS
U.S. MUSEUMS
A WORLD OF FOOD
THE GREAT ABBA
MOVIES IN OTHER WORDS
    $100 2
He created Mike Hammer & played the part in the 1963 film "The Girl Hunters"
    $100 7
You can breathe easy, your right one of these has 3 lobes, the left, 2
    $100 17
When driving through South Bend in this state, you can visit the Studebaker National Museum
    $100 1
Punjabi basmati is a white, long-grained type of this
    $100 22
This ABBA title teen can "feel the beat from the tambourine"
    $100 16
"Precipitation Guy"
    $200 9
In this Wilkie Collins novel, Sergeant Cuff searches for the missing title diamond
    $200 8
It's the hinge-like joint that allows the foot to move up & down
    $200 23
When you care enough to visit the very best, stop by this company's visitors center & museum in Kansas City
    $200 3
It's the Neapolitan pasta that Jefferson "elbowed" onto the White House dinner table
    $200 27
"If you change your mind, I'm the first in line, honey I'm still free..." do this
    $200 18
"Currency Vocalizes"
    $300 10
Title occupation of Caleb Carr's Dr. Laszlo Kreizler
    $300 13
You have 8 of these teeth, some of which may be buck
    $300 24
This Confederate train stolen during the Civil War is housed at Georgia's Big Shanty Museum
    $300 4
Types of these in Switzerland include Sbrinz, Tilsit & Appenzeller
    $300 28
This 1994 film about 2 drag queens & a transsexual featured the music of ABBA
    $300 19
"Sans Shut Eye While Inhabiting a City on Puget Sound"
    $400 11
Her 1996 novel "The Keys to the Street" centers on young Mary Jago, not chief inspector Wexford
    $400 14
This pair of tissue masses that can cause snoring lies above the tonsils in the nasal passage
    $400 25
The Buffalo Bill Museum in this small Wyoming city also displays some of Annie Oakley's possessions
    $400 5
To make daal, a split pea curry of India, you can use 1/4 cup oil or this Indian clarified butter
    $400 29
Agnetha & Anni-Frid are the A's, & they are the B's in the group's name
    $400 20
"Azure Aloha State"
    $500 12
Michael Harrison wrote stories featuring this sleuth created by Edgar Allan Poe
    $500 15
The elastic type of this connective tissue is found in the outer part of your ear
    DD: $1,200 26
Elie Wiesel helped light an eternal flame at the 1993 dedication of this Washington, D.C. museum
    $500 6
It's the part of the female cod that's smoked & made into the Greek paste taramasalata
    $500 30
Title of the ABBA hit heard here, it was one of their last:
    $500 21
"Conflagration in a Descending Direction Underneath"

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

Philip Declan Sheri
$1,300 $1,200 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Philip Declan Sheri
$3,800 $2,100 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

TOUGH CAPITALS
THE NEW TV RATINGS
(Alex: We're not referring to the Nielsens here, but the content ratings.)
U.S. HISTORY
THE "N" CROWD
BEAUTY
MICHELLE MA BELLE
    $200 2
This city's Peace Tower houses a memorial chamber commemorating Canada's war dead
    $200 24
If we don't watch our "L", a warning for this might be slapped on our show
    $200 10
From Latin for "put an end to", it's the term for reformers like Wm. L. Garrison who wanted to end slavery
    $200 7
When this PBS science series debuted on March 3, 1974 it was new; 24 years later, it's still "new"
    $200 1
Short masculine nickname that's also a woman's short hair style
    $200 21
She won the silver medal in ladies' figure skating at the 1998 Winter Olympics
    $400 3
The bear is the heraldic symbol of this Swiss capital
    $400 26
"Jeopardy!" proudly sports this rating
    $400 11
Thoroughly restored for its 100th birthday in 1986, on July 3 that year, its torch was relit
    $400 8
A compact laptop computer
    $400 14
Cosmetic overapplied in the photo seen here:
    $400 22
Michelle Kline got a kidney transplant from her brother 19 months before competing in this pageant
    $600 4
The name of this Belarusian capital comes from the Russian for "exchange"
    $600 30
The most restrictive of the ratings, it's not just for mothers
    $600 18
In March 1974 it was announced that the wreck of this Union ironclad had been found off Cape Hatteras, N.C.
    $600 9
Cases of pellagra began declining in the 1940s when breads & cereals began to be fortified with this vitamin
    $600 15
"Because I'm Worth It" is a slogan of this line of cosmetics from Paris
    $600 23
Michelle Forbes played chief medical examiner Julianna Cox on this NBC cop show set in Baltimore
    DD: $2,000 5
St. Stephen lent a hand, his mummified right hand, to St. Stephen's Basilica in this capital
    $800 29
"Red Shoe Diaries" usually contains these situations, as indicated by the S
    DD: $2,000 19
In 10 minutes, this May 31, 1889 disaster destroyed a town & killed over 2,200 people
    $800 12
The name of this Arctic tusked whale may be Norwegian for "whale corpse", due to its whitish color
    $800 16
A cosmetic used as a base for makeup; perhaps the Ford Modeling Agency has its own brand
    $800 25
In addition to singing, she co-wrote some of the songs for The Mamas & The Papas
    $1000 6
The Greeks call this capital Levkosia; the Turks call it Lefkosa; we call it this
    $1000 28
V is for violence; FV stands for this
    $1000 20
In September 1847 this general led the American troops that captured Mexico City
    $1000 13
This RCA trademark dog, seen here, was originally the symbol of the Gramophone Company:
    $1000 17
From Latin for "to soften", this word is found in many skin care product ads
    $1000 27
Michelle Trachtenberg plays the title snoop in this 1996 film based on Louise Fitzhugh's book

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Philip Declan Sheri
$13,000 $4,900 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE COLD WAR
28 years apart, they are the year the Berlin Wall was created & the year it was torn down

Final scores:

Philip Declan Sheri
$16,000 $1,900 $3,000
2-day champion: $31,900 3rd place: Ducane Par-T-Grill 2nd place: Trip to Diamond Resort Playacar, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Philip Declan Sheri
$9,900 $4,900 $4,400
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
15 R,
2 W
16 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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