Show #3443 - Wednesday, July 21, 1999

Contestants

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Ed Case, a health physicist from Loma Linda, California

Diana Bush, a law student from San Diego, California

Martha Raphelson, a homemaker from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES BY REGION
(Alex: We'll give you the region.)
FELINE FOLLIES
HAT HAPPY
TV ACTORS & ROLES
YOUR CHEATIN' HEART
OUT FOR A "SPIN"
    $100 6
The Mackenzie Mountains,
Wood Buffalo National Park,
the Queen Elizabeth Islands
    $100 16
This Warner Bros. cartoon cat who starred in "Tweetie Pie" never seems to get his bird
    $100 11
Industrial safety favorite seen here
    $100 1
His career wasn't "Titanic" yet when he played the teenaged Garry on the 1990 sitcom "Parenthood"
    $100 21
This emperor fooled around with a Polish countess while he was still married to Josephine
    $100 26
Finish your soda & pucker up: it's time to play this game
    $200 7
Bihar,
Chota Nagpur Plateau, Deccan Plateau
    $200 17
Dr. Seuss wrote about this famous title feline in 5 books
    $200 12
It's the storied fighting force that's known for hats like the one seen here
    $200 2
His brother George played detective Stavros on his hit TV series "Kojak"
    $200 22
Though he was married to Octavia, he caroused with Cleopatra
    $200 27
Hit the cue ball with the right amount of this & it won't follow its target into the pocket
    $300 8
Western Plateau,
Great Victoria Desert,
Great Artesian Basin
    $300 18
The magical & grinning Cheshire Cat was invented by this author
    $300 13
A builder probably wouldn't use this hat seen here, but a graduating student would
    $300 3
Jonathan Winters provided many mirthful moments as Mearth, the enormous child of this title couple
    $300 23
This pirate known for his pigtailed beard had at least 13 wives -- in different ports, of course
    $300 28
For a person, it's a sudden descent into depression; for an airplane, it's a sudden descent
    DD: $500 9
Chaco Central,
Pampa de las Salinas,
Chaco Austral
    $400 19
This comic strip boy has a dog named Ruff & a cat named Hot Dog
    $400 14
This hat was originally designed to protect the head while hunting
    $400 4
Raymond Massey played Anton the Spymaster in this series with the same title as one starring Cosby & Culp
    $400 24
This "Great" Russian empress loathed her husband, & her lovers may have fathered all of her children
    $400 29
Sleeping Beauty's parents tried to have all of these burned
    $500 10
Namaqualand,
Bushmanland,
Zululand
    $500 20
A cat stepping over his piano keys may have inspired this Polish-French composer to pen his "Cat's Waltz"
    $500 15
This hat was introduced to men's fashion around 1690
    $500 5
She played Lola the Cigarette Girl on "The Morey Amsterdam Show" before she wrote "Valley of the Dolls"
    $500 25
His wife Zelda was in a sanitarium when he took up with gossip columnist Sheilah Graham
    $500 30
On "The Mickey Mouse Club", these 2 campers were played by Tim Considine & David Stollery

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

Martha Diana Ed
$1,000 $100 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Martha Diana Ed
$3,200 $500 $3,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICA
MILITARY MATTERS
SHAKESPEARE
"SING" & "DANCE"
FEELING POSSESSIVE
FIX THE PROVERB
    $200 1
Issued after the battle of Antietam, this document took effect January 1, 1863
    $200 17
It's what the abbreviation POW/MIA stands for
    $200 3
When Mercutio is mortally wounded in this play, he puns, "Ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man"
    $200 7
This classic continues, "Come on with the rain, I've a smile on my face"
    $200 25
Columns of salt in the area of the Dead Sea are said to be this unlucky spouse of Abraham's nephew
    $200 16
All's swell that bends Nell
    $400 2
Thousands of pioneers followed this "stately" trail through Nebraska to the northwest in the mid-1800s
    $400 21
The Air Force's basic unit, it's subordinate to a group & consists of 2 or more flights
    $400 8
Meryl Streep & Raul Julia starred onstage in this comedy in 1978, 11 years after the Taylor & Burton film
    $400 9
In a Lerner & Loewe song, this title lyric is followed by "And still have begged for more"
    $400 27
This observance celebrates the "Apostle of Ireland"
    $400 18
If the show hits, clear it
    $600 4
Charles Thompson signed the Declaration of Independence on this date, 1 of only 2 to do so
    $600 22
With its advanced detection systems, the Boeing E-3A Sentry seen here is usually known by this acronym
    $600 13
This king's fool tells him, "I am better than thou art now; I am a fool, thou art nothing"
    $600 10
In 1973 the Carpenters asked listeners to do this, "Make it simple to last your whole life long"
    $600 28
This widely-used manual of parliamentary procedure dates back to 1876
    $600 19
Out of suit, off of mound
    DD: $800 5
A philanthropist & heir with this last name began restoring Williamsburg, Virginia in 1926
    $800 23
(Hi, I'm David James Elliott of "JAG") Abbreviated UCMJ, this "uniform" standard covers the law in the armed forces
    $800 14
It's Falstaff's first name
    $800 11
This Rodgers & Hammerstein song asks, "On a bright cloud of music shall we fly?"
    $800 29
The Indian policies of Governor Sir William Berkeley fueled this 1676 uprising of Virginia colonists
    $800 20
A shepherd can't change his cots
    $1000 6
In 1821 Spain transferred control of Florida to the U.S. in this "City of Five Flags"
    $1000 26
Major Esterhazy was probably the real spy for the Germans in this French "affair" that began in 1894
    DD: $700 15
The maiden name of Shakespeare's mother, or the forest where he set much of "As You Like It"
    $1000 12
Ironically, Fred & Ginger sang this song in the 1935 movie "Roberta"
    $1000 24
Jerk of all grades & messer of nine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Martha Diana Ed
$7,500 $1,700 $6,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE NOBEL PRIZE
It's the only Nobel category in which the prize has not been awarded to a woman

Final scores:

Martha Diana Ed
$13,900 $700 $0
2-day champion: $22,000 2nd place: Techmedia Desktop Computer & Broyhill Functional Computer Home Office 3rd place: Seiko Assorted Products

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Martha Diana Ed
$8,200 $2,500 $6,800
22 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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