Show #3369 - Thursday, April 8, 1999

Contestants

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Bill Jacobs, a doctor from Wellington, Florida

Lynn McAleece, a program buyer originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Mary Katz, a lawyer from Macon, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

POP MUSIC
U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION WINNERS
CHARLES DARWIN
"RED", "WHITE"
BLUE & THE GRAY
REGIS PHILBIN'S NY
(Alex: And Regis was kind enough to do all of the clues for us.)
    $100 3
1969's Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year was this "King of Rock & Roll"
    $100 26
1968
    $100 1
Charles & this American president were born on the same day, February 12, 1809; Charles lived much longer
    $100 11
You'll find it at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
    $100 19
Daniel Hough, the Civil War's first fatality, died not in battle but in an accident at this fort
    $100 16
I'm at Gray's Papaya, a stand that advertises hot dogs tastier than this cut of steak with a French name
    $200 4
This band with an "Appetite for Destruction" is known as G N' R
    $200 27
1960
    $200 2
Young Charles had John Edmonstone teach him this art whose motto may be "Get Stuffed"
    $200 12
When waved in the air, it's a universal sign of surrender
    $200 20
The siege of Vicksburg in 1863 gave the Union control of this river
    $200 17
Have I got a deal for you! Name this engineering triumph of the 19th century
    $300 5
This "Fly" group's latest CD "14:59" plays on their so-called 15 minutes of fame
    $300 28
1944
    $300 8
It was Darwin's favorite professor who recommended him for the naturalist post aboard this ship
    $300 13
With possible political aspirations, Elizabeth Dole resigned as head of this in January 1999
    $300 23
Less than a month after graduating last in his class from West Point, he made his first stand at Bull Run
    $300 18
This home for our furry & feathered friends is named for the borough where I grew up
    $400 6
When INXS went home, they went to this country
    $400 29
1976
    $400 9
A Galapagos governor told Darwin he could look at one of these giant creatures & identify its island
    $400 14
St. Basil's Cathedral stands at one end of it
    DD: $500 24
Robert E. Lee lost nearly a quarter of his troops in this bloody Maryland battle of 1862
    $400 21
Theatergoers know that Times Square is formed by the intersection of 7th Avenue & this street
    $500 7
Before recording their own songs in 1969, he & Bernie Taupin wrote for other artists
    $500 30
1808
    $500 10
The grandfather of this "Brave New World" author was known as "Darwin's Bulldog"
    $500 15
3-time Super Bowl champs, they won in 1983, 1988 & 1992
    $500 25
Though relieved as Union Army chief in March 1862, he continued to lead the Army of the Potomac until November
    $500 22
This man hit a harmless single here (Yankee Stadium) on May 15, 1941 & he wasn't held hitless in a game until July 17

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

Mary Lynn Bill
$800 $2,300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Lynn Bill
$1,300 $2,700 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
MOVIE ACTORS & ACTRESSES
MEDICAL ABBREV.
BRIT LIT
VANS
MINIVANS
    $200 10
A 6-day fast by this man in 1932 changed the way the untouchables in India were treated
    $200 26
Jean Marsh of "Upstairs/Downstairs" played Antony's wife Octavia in this Taylor-&-Burton epic
    $200 2
It can save someone's life:
CPR
    $200 1
She dedicated her book "The Mirror Crack'd" to Margaret Rutherford, who played Miss Marple in several films
    $200 16
Columnist Abigail, who opposes smoking, or president Martin, who opposed the annexation of Texas
    $200 21
In the words of the New York Times, the minivan "dethroned" this "as the preferred utility vehicle of American families"
    $400 11
The first factory to make these cars was dedicated in Wolfsburg, Germany May 26, 1938
    $400 27
He wasn't an Oscar winner yet when his uncle Francis Ford Coppola directed him in "Rumble Fish" in 1983
    $400 3
A type of managed care plan:
HMO
    $400 4
When this heroine shrinks, she falls into a pool of tears she'd shed when she was 9 feet tall
    $400 17
Game show producers once quaked at the name of this 1950s Columbia University instructor
    $400 22
This number, the usual minivan capacity, would have been enough for TV's Bradford children
    $600 13
In 1931 chemists discovered a growth hormone in this gland
    $600 28
Shirley Eaton played the gilded glamour gal in this 1964 spy classic
    $600 7
It records brain waves:
EEG
    $600 5
This playwright, a "Blithe Spirit", wrote his "Chelsea Buns" poems under the pen name Hernia Whittlebot
    $600 18
This "Moondance" singer was once married to a woman named Janet Planet
    $600 23
The '96 Dodge Caravan was the first minivan to be this "Trend"y magazine's Car of the Year
    DD: $500 14
Pope Pius XI's "Casti Connubii" encyclical of 1930 was largely a condemnation of this practice
    $800 29
Originally named Susan Stockard, she found fame & fortune when she co-starred in "The Fortune" in 1975
    $800 8
One who takes care of the sick:
LPN
    $800 6
Cherry Pecksniff, Paul Sweedlepipe & Jonas Chuzzlewit are all characters in this novel
    $800 19
Last name of "Watermelon Man" director Melvin & his son, "New Jack City" director Mario
    DD: $1,000 24
On Nov. 2, 1983 this man drove the first modern minivan off a Chrysler assembly line
    $1000 15
Tops in country music in the '30s were this family's A.P., Sara & Maybelle
    $1000 30
This leading man of "Speed II" was first seen onscreen in the futuristic flick "Solarbabies"
    $1000 9
A vaccination:
DPT
    $1000 12
Published in 1928, "All the Conspirators" was the first novel by this British author of "The Berlin Stories"
    $1000 20
She set an American record in 1996 by swimming the 50-meter freestyle in 24.87 seconds
    $1000 25
Perhaps you can sail the dark emerald seas in this Honda minivan that comes in dark emerald pearl

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Lynn Bill
$3,800 $5,700 $8,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOLOGY
This 800-mile-long feature was discovered & named by Andrew Lawson

Final scores:

Mary Lynn Bill
$1,800 $3,800 $6,195
3rd place: Daewoo Entertainment Package 2nd place: Trip to Regal Kowloon Hotel, Hong Kong New champion: $6,195

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mary Lynn Bill
$4,300 $5,700 $9,100
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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