Show #3370 - Friday, April 9, 1999

Contestants

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Elisabeth Zeller, a financial analyst from Portland, Oregon

Jimmy MacStravic, a naval architect from Springfield, Virginia

Bill Jacobs, a doctor from Wellington, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,195)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
VIDEO-POURRI
CINCINNATI
CLASSIC SITCOMS
COSMETICS & PERFUME
ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS
    $100 6
It was the last battle in which George Armstrong Custer saw action
    $100 17
You might actually fit one of these small horses in your house
    $100 12
Born & raised in Cincinnati, he broke Ty Cobb's hit record as the Reds' player-manager
    $100 1
Among its characters were Fonzie, Potsie & Ralph Malph
    $100 20
Attention, Earl Scheib: Paint Job is a brand of this kind of cosmetic, with colors resembling automobile paint
    $100 9
Nix hope
    $200 7
Her first attempt to fly around the world ended in March 1937 when her plane crashed in Hawaii
    $200 18
Her "Prince Charming" made it to the church on time in 1956
    $200 13
The sculpture "Genius of Water" crowns one of these structures at the heart of Cincinnati's downtown
    $200 2
Early episodes of this Barbara Eden-Larry Hagman series were filmed in black & white, the rest were in color
    $200 21
The Disney Store's Fairy Mist Cologne is inspired by this heroine who had a fairy godmother
    $200 26
Selma
    $300 8
Of the AFL, NFL or NHL, the one Samuel Gompers helped found
    $300 19
Come on baby & tell me the name of this hairstyle named for an early '60s dance craze
    $300 14
At Oktoberfest 1994, 48,000 Cincinnatians flapped their elbows like wings in this dance
    $300 3
"Gloria", which aired in the early 1980s, was a spinoff from this show
    $300 24
Dior's "Mascara Flash" isn't for your lashes: it's meant to add colorful highlights to this
    $300 27
Safe ant
    $400 10
Cuban hill that was stormed by the Rough Riders on July 1, 1898
    $400 22
The name of this feline comes from its stubby tail
    $400 15
The Convention Center is named for Dr. Albert Sabin, best known for developing this in Cinci in the '50s
    $400 4
This show that debuted in 1986 focused on the folks who ran Sugarbakers
    $400 25
Romance is a fragrance from this designer whom you might call a major "Polo" player
    $400 28
Torn net
    DD: $500 11
In 1952 Congress approved this commonwealth's new constitution
    $500 23
Here's a portion of the new U.S. version of this denomination, unveiled June 12, 1997
(picture of U.S. Grant)
    $500 16
The Greater Cincinnati Airport is actually across the Ohio River in this state
    $500 5
Sitcom on which you'd frequently hear the line, "Kiss My Grits!"
    $500 30
Elle described the scent of this spice as "The new lavender" -- it's a "snap" you'll know it
    $500 29
Not a scream

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

Bill Jimmy Elisabeth
$2,500 -$100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Jimmy Elisabeth
$4,300 $800 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY LIT
ACTRESSES
HEY HEY WE'RE THE MOUNTIES!
(Alex: Eh!)
THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOUGH FOOTBALL
BEFORE & AFTER
    $200 1
The success of this book in 1978 allowed John Irving to leave the teaching world
    $200 21
Her real name is Mary Jane Tomlin, & that's the truth
    $200 16
In the 19th century we were called this "Mounted Police" like the "Territories" we still patrol
    $200 7
A specialist in the science of language, or someone who speaks many languages
    $200 2
In 1967 this New York Jet became the first NFL quarterback to throw for over 4,000 yards in a season
    $200 24
1970s sitcom bigot on whom the colonists fought an important Revolutionary War battle
    $400 3
1998's "Welcome to the World, Baby Girl!" is the latest from this "Fried Green Tomatoes" author
    DD: $2,000 22
With her 11th Oscar nomination in 1999, she has more than any other actress except Katharine Hepburn
    $400 17
Our motto, "Maintiens le Droit", literally means "Maintain" this -- & it's not a traffic instruction
    $400 12
From 1932 to 1947 this pollster was research director of the Young & Rubicam ad agency
    $400 8
Running back Thurman Thomas of this team is the only player to score in 4 consecutive Super Bowls
    $400 25
Disney chipmunks who hook up with the Queen of the West
    $600 4
Ian Hamilton wrote a book on having his bio of this reclusive author blocked by the court
    $600 23
This daughter of a U.S. president appeared as a French newscaster in "Curse of the Pink Panther"
    $600 18
Not all Mounties are as stiff as Benton Fraser on this '90s TV show set in Chicago
    DD: $2,000 13
From the Greek for "soul", this social science has clinical, developmental & social branches
    $600 9
On Nov. 8, 1970 this man helped the Saints beat the Lions by kicking a record-setting 63-yard field goal
    $600 26
"On the Good Ship Lollipop" singer who visits Indiana Jones in his second movie
    $800 5
Middle name of "Naked and the Dead" author Mailer or first name of "Lucky Jim" author Amis
    $800 29
Her steamy love scenes with Mel Gibson heated up the screen in "The Year of Living Dangerously"
    $800 19
This famous RCMP presentation dates back to 1887
    $800 14
In 1764 Cesare Beccaria argued for fair punishment in one of the first works devoted to this -ology
    $800 10
In 1973, when O.J. set the rushing record with 2,003 yards, this Miami Dolphin was the AFC runner-up with 1,003
    $800 27
Contemporary virtuoso cellist whose "boys" robbed banks in the 1930s
    $1000 6
She edited "The Portable F. Scott Fitzgerald" in 1945, & her own "Portable" collection in 1944
    $1000 20
After training at Regina, a recruit graduates as this, the term for one who hasn't yet graduated West Point
    $1000 15
The Development Studies Institute is part of the London School of this
    $1000 11
On January 20, 1980 he started at quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams in their only Super Bowl appearance
    $1000 28
Stage play that features Maggie, Big Daddy & Brick in Tibet

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Jimmy Elisabeth
$9,300 $800 $2,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS TERMS
John Paul II has eliminated this position whose duty was to present arguments against sainthood

Final scores:

Bill Jimmy Elisabeth
$11,000 $1,600 $2,400
2-day champion: $17,195 3rd place: Goodyear Blimp Flight over Southern California 2nd place: Trip to Hotel Melia Castilla, Madrid, Spain

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Jimmy Elisabeth
$9,900 $1,300 $2,900
31 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,100

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