Show #3200 - Friday, June 26, 1998

Contestants

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Marjorie Fradin, a real estate broker from Highland Park, Illinois

Karim Khan, a digital librarian from Falls Church, Virginia

John Bunnell, an attorney from Newport, Tennessee (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATES OF THE UNION
FUN THINGS TO DO
CELEBRITY BOOKS
BIBLICAL GUYS
SPORTS
CLASSIC RHYMES
    $100 1
The 2 states that share no land border with other states
    $100 6
For an unusual evening out, this Louisiana city's historic Voodoo Museum offers moonlight swamp cruises
    $100 20
A new dad on "Mad About You", he talks about the real joys of fatherhood & infants in "Babyhood"
    $100 10
Up until his altercation with David, this big man from Gath had an excellent record
    $100 26
The Borg-Warner Trophy, a replica of which is awarded at this May auto race, is insured for $1 million
    $100 13
Robert Burns' love was like a melody in tune or a rose in this month
    $200 2
The northern spotted owl found in this state's Olympic National Forest is on the threatened list
    $200 7
When visiting Chicago, you can see this star tape her talk show at her own studio on Carpenter Street
    $200 22
In 1996 this comedian celebrated his 100th birthday with "100 Years: 100 Stories"
    $200 17
Belshazzar's wise men couldn't explain the handwriting on the wall, but he could
    $200 27
Tom Landry coached this team to 270 wins during his 29-year career
    $200 14
To Gilbert & Sullivan, "Things are seldom what they seem, skim milk masquerades as" this
    $300 3
A Hopi village in this state is probably the oldest continuously inhabited U.S. settlement
    $300 8
On Saturdays in the summer, this Calif. city's Wild Animal Park stays open late to celebrate "African Nights"
    $300 9
This "Pulp Fiction" star's "Propeller One-Way Night Coach" landed in bookstores in 1997
    $300 11
Anglo-Saxon legend says his third son Japheth is an ancestor of the kings of Wessex & England
    DD: $1,000 28
(Hi, I'm Dot Richardson) I led this school's Bruins in hitting 3 consecutive years & was named NCAA Player of the Decade for the 1980s
    $300 15
"Strangers in the Night" features eyes that are inviting & a smile that's this
    $400 4
In early June this state's historical society sponsors Boone Day
    $400 21
Boats made from beer cans sail by in the Beer Can Regatta, held in Darwin in this country
    $400 23
"The Saga of Baby Divine" is a 1983 children's book by this "Divine" entertainer
    $400 12
He's known for his sheep & goat breeding, as well as his own -- he had 12 sons
    $400 29
Long jump rival Mike Powell reportedly called him "The best track and field athlete ever"
    $400 18
"Come 'N listen to my story 'bout a man name Jed, poor mountaineer, barely" did this
    $500 5
The name of this "Hawkeye State" means either "Beautiful Land" or "One Who Puts to Sleep"
    $500 25
Put on your polyester & frug the night away at 8TRAX on this Disney World "nightclub island"
    $500 24
Title of disco queen Gloria Gaynor's 1997 autobiography, or the title of her biggest hit
    $500 16
Muslims "call me" & Abraham the founders of the first Ka'aba at Mecca
    $500 30
A row of purple seats rings this ball park to mark a spot that's exactly 5,280 feet above sea level
    $500 19
In Bruce Springsteen's song "Fire", it's what his girl "can't hide"

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

John Karim Marjorie
$600 $900 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Karim Marjorie
$600 $4,300 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOTANY
SONGS ABOUT THE MOVIES
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
THEIR NATIVE SOIL
EUROPE TO NO GOOD
SAY IT AIN'T SO
    $200 28
A plant's petiole is the slender stalk by which this is attached to a stem
    $200 2
Decades before Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know", Doris Day sang "You Oughta" this
    $200 10
This holiday is also called the Feast of the Nativity
    $200 26
Rembrandt Van Rijn
    $200 29
In 1981 Poland's premier declared martial law, arrested thousands & suspended this trade union
    $200 30
Richard Nixon made this famous denial Nov. 17, 1973 about his income sources
    $400 25
This largest U.S. cactus is also known as the giant or monument
    $400 3
The title of this plaintive Matthew Sweet song is movie star Ryder's first name
    $400 12
A little "bird" told us National Hospital Day commemorates her May 12th birthday
    $400 23
Andrew Carnegie
    $400 11
The ETA is a terrorist organization trying to get autonomy for this group in Spain
    $400 27
She says, "Deny thy father and refuse thy name; or, if thou wilt not...I'll no longer be a Capulet"
    $600 24
The name of this lawn weed comes from the French for "lion's tooth"
    $600 4
British trio heard here, with a 1984 hit:
    $600 13
Observance of this day begins at 11 A.M. on the 11th day of the 11th month at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
    DD: $400 20
Madeleine Albright
    $600 9
This country's second king, Umberto I, was assassinated by an anarchist in 1900
    $600 18
In this 1988 film, Kevin Costner says, "After 12 years in the minors, I don't try out"
    $800 22
Tree ferns don't reproduce by flowers, fruits or seeds, but by means of these
    $800 5
1981 Kim Carnes hit whose lyrics mentioned a then 73-year-old movie star
    $800 21
From the Greek for "manifestation", it follows Twelfth Night in the West
    $800 19
Elizabeth Taylor
    $800 8
During his 1986 to 1992 presidency of Austria, the country was diplomatically isolated
    $800 17
Singer heard here:
("I Ain't Missing You")
    $1000 14
This 18th century Swedish botanist was introduced to botany by his father, a minister in the town of Rashult
    $1000 6
Appropriately, in the title of a 1961 song Sue Thompson sang that these movies "make me cry"
    DD: $2,000 15
Although first celebrated in 1792, it didn't become a legal holiday until 1971; now it's controversial
    $1000 1
King Hassan II
    $1000 7
In 1864 Austria & Prussia declared war on this country which eventually lost Schleswig & Holstein
    $1000 16
It's the "devilish" denial that's the title of a 1933 Mae West movie

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Karim Marjorie
$5,600 $6,500 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICANS
He's the only individual to be named Time magazine's Man of the Year 3 times

Final scores:

John Karim Marjorie
$0 $11,205 $7,400
3rd place: Samsung Maxima Zoom Evoca Camera New champion: $11,205 2nd place: Trip to the Whaler Resort on Kaanapali Beach, Maui, Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Karim Marjorie
$7,800 $5,800 $3,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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