Show #3453 - Wednesday, September 15, 1999

Contestants

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Victor Aguilar, an electrical engineer originally from McAllen, Texas

Crystal Reed, a pension assistant from Miami, Florida

Kathy Vanderford, a quality manager from Winnsboro, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

ASTRONOMY
NASA SHUTTLE NAMES
OLD COMMERCIALS
THE TWIN CITIES
(Alex: Where we are now airing on television station KARE in the daytime, I'm very happy to say!)
CUPS
(Alex: An all-video category: you have to identify the cup.)
CROSSWORD CLUES "S"
    $100 15
All the stars you can see with the naked eye are part of this galaxy
    $100 24
It's the capital of South Carolina, or a Sony-owned movie company
    $100 19
It hunts bugs like radar & kills them dead
    $100 11
One of St. Paul's architectural highlights is this 1905 building with a marble dome
    $100 1
(Globe)
    $100 6
Aretha is the queen of it
(4)
    $200 16
A camera orbiting this planet in March 1999 snapped a crater that resembles a "happy face"
    $200 26
Some have said this lost island was in the Aegean; others, in the Mediterranean, or elsewhere
    $200 20
Gemini astronauts drank this orange drink, just like you
    $200 12
Ya sure, go to Minneapolis' Park Avenue to visit the institute devoted to this ethnic group
    $200 2
(Man making advances toward his sweetheart on a park bench)
    $200 7
Gastropod known for its pace
(5)
    $300 17
In an emergency repair mission scheduled for October 1999 NASA will replace all of the gyros in this telescope
    $300 27
This science, nature & exploration cable channel has its own stores in over 20 states
    $300 21
A woman in a '60s Clairol ad intoned, "If I had but one life to live, let me live it as" one of these
    $300 13
The Twins & Vikings play in the Metrodome, named for this politician
    $300 3
(Actress Bette)
    $300 8
Mouselike mammal that needs "taming"
(5)
    $400 18
Sky and Telescope magazine erred 53 years ago; it's the fourth full moon in a season, not the second in a month
    $400 29
It's now the top U.S. car rental agency
    $400 22
Bucky, one of these animals, pushed Ipana toothpaste
    $400 14
Word for the pedestrian shopping area of Nicollet Avenue, less imposing than this nearby one "of America"
    $400 4
(Pixie the "meece"'s partner in crime)
    $400 9
It precedes guard or chard
(5)
    DD: $500 23
In 1967 what were called "Schwarzschild Singularities" were renamed this
    $500 30
Make an effort to come up with this word; it's from Middle English for "to make an effort"
    $500 25
"I Want My Maypo", this type of cereal flavored with maple
    $500 28
In Minneapolis' name, polis is Greek for "city" & minne is an Indian word meaning this substance
    $500 5
("Square" used in drafting to draw lines)
    $500 10
Hebridean isle, or its terrier
(4)

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

Kathy Crystal Victor
$1,000 -$800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Crystal Victor
$2,700 $100 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHY
TRIALS OF THE CENTURY
(Alex: Not Potpourri, but...)
PIG-POURRI
ACTORS ON BROADWAY
PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES
BEFORE & AFTER
    $200 4
On this sea, an arm of the Mediterranean, you'll find Rimini & Ravenna, Italy & Rijeka, Croatia
    $200 8
Alger Hiss was indicted for this, defined as lying under oath
    $200 13
Number of the pig you have to be to get roast beef or a brick house
    $200 19
His role as a suspected killer in the 1999 revival of "Night Must Fall" was a far cry from Ferris Bueller
    $200 23
"Bull Moose"
    $200 1
"Candle in the Wind" singer who boldly signed the Declaration of Independence first
    $400 7
This seaport is a center of German trade, perhaps in the ground beef that bears its name
    $400 9
F. Lee Bailey claimed insanity for his client Albert De Salvo, who was known as this around Beantown
    $400 14
On TV, Noel was the pet pig of this "Designing Woman"
    $400 20
Jeremy Kushnier cuts loose in the Kevin Bacon role in the musical based on this 1984 film; "Let's Hear It for the Boy"
    $400 24
"The Father of the University of Virginia"
    $400 2
Ozzie & Harriet offspring sworn in as vice president under Ford
    DD: $1,000 10
Malmo, one of Sweden's major cities, is just 16 miles from this capitol of another country
    $600 16
This heiress was tried for robbery in 1976 & got 7 years, but President Carter commuted her sentence
    $600 15
'70s show with a "Pigs in Space" segment that featured Capt. Link Hogthrob of the spaceship Swinetrek
    $600 28
(Hi, I'm Jane Seymour) I starred on Broadway as Mozart's wife in this acclaimed drama
    $600 25
"Landslide"
    $600 3
1939 big screen Civil War saga that takes place in an aerodynamics test chamber
    $800 11
The Italian Riviera east of Genoa is the Coast of the Rising Sun; west of Genoa it's the Coast of this
    $800 21
At the Gang of Four trial in China his widow said, "I was (his) dog. If he said bite someone, I bit him."
    $800 17
Last name of Hooterville pig Arnold
    DD: $300 26
"The Great Engineer"
    $800 5
Reclusive "That Girl" star who pens books like "Gravity's Rainbow" in her spare time
    $1000 12
For centuries the Dutch could put out to zee on this North Sea inlet that was dammed around 1930
    $1000 22
The cops' acquittal in the 1992 trial for beating this man resulted in the worst riots in L.A. since 1965
    $1000 18
Besides a pig, it was the other animal in the title of the book on which the movie "Babe" was based
    $1000 27
The "Son of the Grandfather"
    $1000 6
"Sling Blade" Oscar winner who won a Pulitzer for "The Skin of Our Teeth"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Crystal Victor
$2,900 $5,200 $5,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NOVELS
Chapter XVI of this novel concerns "The Inn Which He Took for a Castle"

Final scores:

Kathy Crystal Victor
$1,599 $100 $3,100
2nd place: Trip to Radisson Cable Beach Resort, Bahamas 3rd place: Ducane Par-T-Grill New champion: $3,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kathy Crystal Victor
$3,900 $5,500 $5,100
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $14,500

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