Show #3139 - Thursday, April 2, 1998

Pat Healy game 3.

Contestants

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Paul McCudden, a screenwriter from Los Angeles, California

Jenny Smoyer, a legal assistant and undergraduate student from San Jose, California

Pat Healy, an index editor from Concord, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN AUTHORS
LAUNCH THIS!
STATE CAPITALS
"ICK"Y WORDS
SPORTS SCORES
MOVIE SCORES
    $100 5
Born of French-Canadian parents, this "On the Road" author spoke only French until he was 6
    $100 11
It's a synonym for a baptism, or a ceremony where an ocean liner is launched
    $100 25
Natives of this city think it's O.K. to call it OKC
    $100 16
Dickens had one "On the Hearth" & Disney had one narrate "Pinocchio"
    $100 21
One stroke under par on a hole in golf is a birdie; one stroke over is one of these
    $100 1
Through 1997 he had composed the scores to 7 of the top 10 money-making movies of all time
    $200 7
In his 1932 book "Death in the Afternoon", he treated bullfighting as a tragic ritual rather than sport
    $200 12
The Pyrotechnics Guild International enjoys launching varieties of these, including "stars" & "comets"
    $200 26
Dole Cannery Square is one of this city's premier shopping destinations
    $200 17
The USA's top-selling candy bar, it added a peanut butter version in 1990
    $200 22
In football, the defense earns this many points by tackling the opposing team's ball carrier in his own end zone
    $200 2
Marvin Hamlisch won Oscars for the score & love theme of this 1973 Streisand-Redford tearjerker
    $300 8
When he began writing "Catch-22", he was an advertising writer for TIME magazine
    $300 13
The device that launches planes from aircraft carriers is named for this medieval rock-thrower
    $300 27
This city boasts museums devoted to toys, beverage containers & Hank Williams Jr.
    $300 18
Beginning in the early 1970s, we were urged to do this to our Bic lighters
    $300 23
In volleyball, only the side who did this at the beginning of play can score a point
    DD: $500 3
This 1960 movie features the Bernard Herrmann score heard here:
    $400 9
This "Call of the Wild" author reported on the Russo-Japanese War for the Hearst newspapers
    $400 14
The U.S.S. Seawolf, a navy submarine, can launch airborne missiles & these underwater projectiles
    $400 28
One of America's oldest churches, the Mission of San Miguel in this city, was erected around 1610
    $400 19
Many of these human-powered 2-wheeled carts once widely used in Asia were built in the U.S.
    $400 24
Number of points scored in the clip seen here:
    $400 4
James Horner's scores for "Apollo 13" & this Mel Gibson epic both got Oscar nominations in 1996
    $500 10
"The Man from Main Street" is a collection of this Nobel Prize winner's essays
    $500 15
At launching, it's attached to an external tank & 2 rocket boosters
    $500 29
The Prudential Center Skywalk provides spectacular views of this New England capital
    $500 20
"Heat" suffered by infants in warm weather, causing a rash
    $500 30
In tournament darts, it's the most points a player can earn on one throw; the most for one turn is 180
    $500 6
His scores for Tim Burton films include "Edward Scissorhands", "Beetlejuice" & "Pee Wee's Big Adventure"

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

Pat Jenny Paul
$3,900 $400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Jenny Paul
$5,500 $400 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD RELIGION
POP GOES THE EASEL
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS
GONE WITH THE WINDS
THE SIMPSONS' GUEST VOICES
..."UM"
    $200 1
A statement of belief; Christian ones include the Apostles' & the Nicene
    $200 13
According to Bob Dylan, it's what's "Blowin' In The Wind"
    $200 9
This former Beatle & his wife gave advice to new vegetarian Lisa Simpson
    $200 3
As any "P.I." could tell you, it holds twice as much as the usual wine bottle
    $400 2
This society ordains no ministers; clerks, elders & overseers run the monthly & yearly meetings
    $400 21
He claimed the smear & slander tactics of the 1828 election drove his wife Rachel to her grave
    $400 14
Sans wind, this capital was so choked with le smog Oct. 1, 1997 that it banned half its motorists from driving
    $400 10
This actor who plays "Frasier"'s brother voiced the brother of Sideshow Bob, played by Kelsey Grammer
    $400 4
It's a final demand or statement of conditions; don't make me give you one
    $600 16
In Judaism, the Siddur is the one of these for daily use; the Mahzor is one used for festivals
    $600 25
Heh-heh, heh-heh, this cartoonist who created "Beavis and Butt-head" was influenced by Monty Python
    $600 22
Babe Ruth & Gene Tunney were among the champions for this New York governor who ran in 1928
    $600 15
Guinness lists Commonwealth Bay on this southern continent as the world's windiest place
    $600 11
After the success of the Flaming Moe drink, this Steven Tyler band performs at Moe's
    $600 5
It's the clear, thin part of the blood that remains after clotting, & that's the "truth"
    $800 17
He hung up his sword, took on a beggar's garb & founded the Jesuits
    DD: $4,000 26
An example of this pioneering abstract artist's work is seen here:
    $800 23
This president asked America to observe Flag Day June 14, 1916, coinciding with the Democratic Convention
    $800 19
In March 1974 Volkswagen introduced this model named for a hot, dry Mediterranean wind
    $800 12
One of Johnny Carson's last guests, she helped Krusty the Clown revive his career
    $800 6
Hydrogen is the only chemical element that's lighter than this one
    $1000 18
Roshi is a title of a master in this form of Buddhism
    $1000 27
Born in 1869, he excelled as a pointillist, a fauvist & finally, as a collagist
    $1000 24
The Whigs ran Harrison in 1840 on a campaign of hard cider & these, not Merlot & mansions
    $1000 20
Shelley wrote most of this poem on a windy day in the woods near Florence
    DD: $4,000 8
Bart appeared on the late night talk show of this man, a former "Simpsons" writer
    $1000 7
He sculpted the head of Abraham Lincoln for the Capitol Rotunda & on Mt. Rushmore

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Jenny Paul
$17,100 $2,200 $2,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 20th CENTURY
In 1916, his assassins included a prince and a grand duke

Final scores:

Pat Jenny Paul
$20,000 $1,200 $200
3-day champion: $45,401 2nd place: a trip to New York on Tower Air at Doubleday Suites 3rd place: Sony's Power Cinema package stereo & VCR

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pat Jenny Paul
$10,700 $2,200 $2,700
35 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W
5 R,
1 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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