Show #3146 - Monday, April 13, 1998

Contestants

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Phil Ray, a graduate student from Lexington, Kentucky

Anne Finger, a college teacher from Detroit, Michigan

Marsha Allen, an astronomer originally from St. Louis, Missouri (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

JUDAISM
BOND THEME SONGS
(Alex: An all audio category.)
ON THE AUCTION BLOCK
READ THE FOOD LABEL
(Alex: One of my favorites...)
STUPID ANSWERS
A"HA"
    $100 6
Traditionally, for you to be Jewish, this relative has to be Jewish
    $100 2
Welshman heard here:
    $100 26
In 1997 Chicago's Field Museum paid over $8 mil. for the largest & most complete skeleton of this dinosaur
    $100 11
Food labels have figures listed for "total" & "saturated" amounts of this
    $100 17
Seventeen magazine says if you can't afford to buy a Stairmaster & your house has these, use them
    $100 1
Its nicknames include the "Paradise of the Pacific" & "The Pineapple State"
    $200 7
Shabbat, from a Hebrew word for rest, begins on this day at sunset
    $200 3
Group group heard heard here here:
    $200 27
Let's give a hand to this singer whose sequined glove sold for $1,000 in 1992
    $200 12
The daily values are based on a diet of 2,000 or 2,500 of these a day
    $200 18
Name of the hotel & office complex where the Watergate break-in occurred
    $200 16
Well, Praise the Lord! It means "Praise the Lord"
    $300 8
The days between this holiday & Yom Kippur are called the 10 Days of Penitence
    $300 4
You can ask her father Frank who this singer is:
    $300 28
This president's 1787 bottle of Chateau Lafite wine sold in 1985 for over $131,000
    $300 13
The label lists the "size" of these & the number "per container" of them
    $300 19
Jesse Jackson Jr. has a masters degree in this from the Chicago Theological Seminary
    $300 23
In 1640 Henry Dunster became this university's first president; he was also the entire faculty
    $400 9
For some prayers to be read in the synagogue, a minyan, or this many men, must be present
    $400 5
The Bond singer heard here may have taken the "Morning Train" to the recording studio:
    DD: $1,000 29
The gown she wore when she danced with John Travolta at the White House set a record at Christie's
    $400 14
Look for the milligrams of this chemical element; big numbers could lead to high blood pressure
    $400 20
2 Civil War forts were built on this western island of the Florida Keys
    $400 24
Type of men's store once owned by Harry Truman
    $500 10
Worn during the prayer services, it is white, striped at the ends & its corners have fringes
    $500 15
This singer also sang the theme from "Diamonds Are Forever":
    $500 30
In 1994 someone forked over a nest egg, $5.6 million for this jeweler's "Winter Egg"
    $500 22
What used to be called "roughage" is now listed as "dietary" this
    $500 21
It's the cry of the chachalaca bird of South America
    $500 25
This king's reign has been referred to as the Golden Age of Babylon

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

Marsha Anne Phil
$800 $1,500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marsha Anne Phil
$2,800 $1,600 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

12-LETTER WORDS
BASEBALL
MEAT ME
IN ST. LOUIS
LOUIS
AT THE FAIR
(Alex: That has to do with state fairs; we'll tell you the city, you have to tell me the name of the state.)
    $200 10
Brittannica or World Book, for example
    $200 26
In 1996 this Atlanta team's John Smoltz was named the NL's Cy Young Award winner
    $200 8
With 1/4 of the fat of regular beef, this hump-shouldered animal of the plains is making a comeback
    $200 6
Familiar shape of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial's "Gateway"
    $200 13
Louis XI added this region to the kingdom; Peter Mayle spent a year there
    $200 1
Salem
    $400 18
It's a doctor whose specialty is operating on the brain & spinal cord
    DD: $3,500 29
(Hi, I'm Mike Piazza) On Sept. 1, 1992 I made my major league debut at this Chicago Cubs stadium with a 3-for-3 day at the plate
    $400 19
Order a burger out of this largest marsupial & it might come with a pocket for the fries
    $400 7
This ragtime composer's home at 2658A Delmar Blvd. has been restored & is open for tours
    $400 14
Nickname of Cosby kid Albert, or King Louis VI
    $400 2
Richmond
    DD: $2,000 23
In boxing, it's the weight class between lightweight & middleweight
    $600 27
This Yankee centerfielder hit a career record 18 World Series home runs -- 3 more than Babe Ruth
    $600 20
From Spanish for "lizard", it's harvested in Florida; you also get some nice handbags out of its 9' long skin
    $600 9
After 1953 & for the next 28 years, this car seen here was built only in St. Louis:
    $600 15
Woman from Aquitaine who married Louis VII of France & Henry II of England
    $600 3
Jackson
    $800 24
How Jim Lange used to refer to a female contestant on TV's "The Dating Game"
    $800 28
This Seattle Mariner was named MVP of the 1992 All-Star Game; his father won the award in 1980
    $800 21
At Tennessee Williams' house, it was always "The Night of" this tropical treat, the chicken of the trees
    $800 11
This company's famous Checkerboard Square is in St. Louis
    $800 16
In 1216 a group of British barons offered Louis VIII the throne if he'd help them get rid of this king
    $800 4
Sedalia
    $1000 25
From the Latin for "to walk", it's another term for a baby buggy, especially in Britain
    $1000 30
Tony Gwynn of this National League team has the highest career average of all active players with .340
    $1000 22
At 75 to 100 pounds, this largest South American rodent can be turned into quite a few Quarter Pounders
    $1000 12
The Monsanto Fund has given this institution $3 million to open an insectarium
    $1000 17
He secretly married his mistress Madame de Maintenon after Maria Theresa had died
    $1000 5
Timonium

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marsha Anne Phil
$8,000 $7,500 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS AMERICANS
Among the 10 modern martyrs who will have statues in Westminster Abbey is this American, 1929-1968

Final scores:

Marsha Anne Phil
$500 $14,999 $15,001
3rd place: Pair of Wittnauer Watches 2nd place: Trip to Solnar Suites Resort, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico New champion: $15,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marsha Anne Phil
$8,000 $4,400 $6,800
24 R,
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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