Show #3433 - Wednesday, July 7, 1999

Contestants

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Shelby Hammer, a technical writer originally from New Orleans, Louisiana

Paul Risner, a lawyer from Sarasota, Florida

Corey Leahy, a business student from Houston, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

C IN HISTORY
[NOTE: "C" was not in quotation marks.]
MUSICAL NICKNAMES
FRENCH CUISINE
2-WORD PSYCH TERMS
VINTAGE CARS
GOING "NATIONAL"
    $100 1
This state's Gold Rush began in 1858, about 10 years after California's
    $100 6
Harry Lillis Crosby
    $100 7
Sliced apples sauteed in butter are a classic filling for these French pancakes
    $100 21
Persecutory delusions & hallucinations are characteristics of this psychotic disorder abbreviated p.sz
    $100 15
The Cadillac Automobile Company was founded in this city in 1902
    $100 16
The Milwaukee Brewers joined it at the start of the 1998 season
    $200 2
Canada's Hamilton River was renamed in 1965 to honor this British statesman
    $200 8
Carl H. Severinsen
    $200 10
To make mousse d'ecrevisses, you need at least 30 of these freshwater crustaceans
    $200 27
Combat or battle fatigue & this phrase from WWI are outmoded terms for post-traumatic stress disorder
    $200 23
It's the company that produced classics like the 1967 Z/28 Camaro
    $200 18
Lafayette in 1789 & Dan Quayle in 1969 each joined an organization called this
    $300 3
Originally, it was President Coolidge's middle name
    $300 9
William James Basie
    $300 11
Many a French meal ends with a dry red wine served with this blue-veined treat, the "cheese of kings and popes"
    $300 28
Parapraxis is this seemingly innocent conversational blunder that is the result of unconscious wishes
    $300 24
Chief designer of the 1965 Pontiac GTO, he later designed a sports car he named for himself
    $300 19
If you're catching "Morning Edition" on KANU Lawrence, Kansas, you're listening to this
    $400 4
In 1860 Abe Lincoln became the Republican presidential nominee at a convention held in this city
    $400 13
Ferdinand Joseph Morton
    $400 12
This chilled leek & potato soup is traditionally topped with chopped chives
    $400 29
Like a baby removed from her mother, an adult can suffer from this when away from familiar surroundings
    $400 25
Mopar, a company that helps keep vintage cars running, stands for this
    $400 20
The area seen here (Point Reyes) was established as one of these in 1962
    $500 5
In 1594 France's King Henry IV was crowned in the Magnificent Cathedral in this city
    $500 14
Kenneth Edmonds
    $500 17
For a change of pace at soup time, try soup aux cerises, made with red wine & this fruit
    $500 30
Projection & denial are 2 of these; you may use them but I never do
    $500 26
This classic Plymouth muscle car with a 383 c.i. engine shares its name with a speedy cartoon bird
    DD: $600 22
(Hi, I'm political commentator Al Franken) In 1996 I addressed this august Washington, D.C. club on the topic "Neo-Post-Multilateralism"

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

Corey Paul Shelby
$500 $1,500 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Corey Paul Shelby
$400 $3,300 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD RELIGION
LITERARY CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
COASTING ALONG
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
SHAKESPEAREAN COMEDIES
TINSELTOWN TRAGEDIES
    $200 4
Miko are women dedicated to working with the Kami, this Japanese religion's sacred powers
    $200 1
King Arthur's conjurer
(6)
    $200 13
This name of a Berber-inhabited region of Africa was applied to a wild & woolly district of San Francisco
    $200 7
Pres. Harding's interior secretary Albert Fall spent 9 months in prison for his role in this scandal
    $200 6
The source of "The Two Noble Kinsmen", probably co-written by Shakespeare, was this author's "The Knight's Tale"
    $200 23
In 1932 Peg Entwhistle jumped from the first letter of this local landmark
    $400 5
Dick may spot a Jain in this country -- the Jains originated there
    $400 2
Mother Wolf's human cub
(6)
    $400 14
The USA's coast ranges include the Klamath Mountains of Oregon & the Kenai Mountains of this state
    $400 8
In 1823 he declared that the Americas were no longer "subjects for future colonization" by European powers
    $400 9
At the beginning of "The Tempest" he tells his daughter Miranda he was once the Duke of Milan
    $400 24
This gangster was gunned down in his girlfriend's Beverly Hills home June 20, 1947
    $600 10
These 2 ancient & opposite forces are symbolized in China by a white tiger & an azure dragon
    $600 3
Ashley Wilkes' wife (& cousin)
(7)
    $600 15
L.A.'s Sunset Boulevard ends at this road known as PCH
    $600 18
When Congress first met in 1789, the House of Representatives had 65 members; today there are this many
    $600 28
A 1958 Three Stooges short changed "All" to "Oil" in this Shakespeare title
    $600 25
He was on his way to compete in a car race when he crashed Sept. 30, 1955
    $800 11
Members of the Society of Friends are Quakers & members of the Society of Jesus are these
    $800 21
Twain's "Stranger" or Verne's "Island"
(10)
    $800 16
This region provided the title of a film in which Harrison Ford moves his family to Central America
    $800 19
After a close & bitter contest, this Illinois Democrat lost her Senate seat in 1998
    DD: $1,000 29
Considered Shakespeare's first comedy, as its title shows he wanted you to know it was one
    $800 26
Her daughter Cheryl's stabbing of Johnny Stompanato was ruled justifiable homicide
    DD: $700 12
Michael Flatley could be challenged by Nataraja, a Hindu cosmic being whose name means this in Sanskrit
    $1000 22
Austen's "Park", or author Katherine
(9)
    $1000 17
A former British colony now part of Ghana, or a city in Queensland, Australia
    $1000 20
To encourage the issuance of more paper money, farmers in the 1870s formed this political party
    $1000 30
The story goes, Queen Elizabeth wanted to see Falstaff in love so Shakespeare quickly wrote this comedy
    $1000 27
Floral nickname of aspiring actress Betty Short, victim of a still unsolved 1947 murder

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Corey Paul Shelby
$3,600 $6,800 $4,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS SUPERSTARS
This tennis player was ranked No. 1 for the year a record 6 times in a row in the 1990s

Final scores:

Corey Paul Shelby
$7,200 $9,800 $6,801
2nd place: Trip to Outrigger Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii New champion: $9,800 3rd place: Olympus Centurion S Zoom Lens Camera

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Corey Paul Shelby
$3,600 $7,000 $4,500
11 R,
3 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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