Show #3072 - Tuesday, December 30, 1997

Contestants

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Andrew Locke, a lawyer from Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada

Elaine Lang, a public relations executive from Vienna, Virginia

Janine Menhennet, a homemaker from Pasadena, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

TRANSPORTATION
TRAVEL INDIANAPOLIS
CELEBRITIES
ABBREV.
FISH
CHIPS
    $100 16
The Sikorsky Skycrane, this type of aircraft, can lift 10 tons while hovering
    $100 21
At Market Square Arena on June 26, 1977 this king of Rock 'n' Roll gave his last live concert
    $100 11
The screenplay for "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls" was written by this partner of Gene Siskel
    $100 1
You might have to go to a whse (warehouse) to get something this way, whsle
    $100 22
A freshwater fish's tail, like a marine fish's bill, resembles this weapon, & gives both fish their names
    $100 6
According to Guinness, a cookie made Oct. 15, 1993 contained over 3 million of these
    $200 17
This city's subway system, made up of the IRT, BMT & IND, has 238 route miles & 469 stations
    $200 27
The RCA Dome, formerly known as the Hoosier Dome, is this home of this National Football League team
    $200 12
It's love all for Brooke Shields and this tennis star who tied the knot in April of '97
    $200 2
The cc on an office letter refers back to this now little-used office supply
    $200 23
It's a term loosely applied to any small fish, but also to the 2- to 4-foot Colorado squawfish
    $200 7
This chip-off-the-old-Flintstone was born February 22, 1963
    $300 18
In 1996 this company began leasing electric-powered EV1s through its Saturn dealerships
    $300 28
Union Station has a hotel that features these sleeping cars converted into hotel suites
    $300 13
Before starring on "Hill Street Blues" & "NYPD Blue", he was a mailman
    $300 3
3-letter abbreviation for a fight stopped by the referee to prevent a disabling injury
    $300 24
This food fish of the herring family shares its name with a fat-averse nursery rhyme character
    DD: $500 8
(Hello, I'm Kathy Ireland.) It's the chip of choice of Vendela, Naomi Campbell, Miss Piggy & moi
    $400 19
The British SRN 4 type of this machine was designed to ferry people & cars across the English Channel
    $400 29
Crown Hill Cemetery is the final resting place of 3 Vice Presidents & this Public Enemy No. 1
    $400 14
She's Ben Stiller's famous mom
    $400 4
At the coroner's office in our nation's capital, D.C. is an abbreviation for this document
    $400 25
Croakers, named for the noise they make, are also called by the name of this percussion instrument
    $400 9
The Las Vegas Hilton has a $100,000 chip for this elegant game; hope you don't say goodbye to that chip, Mister
    $500 20
This type of fishing boat drags a large conical net behind it
    $500 30
The Indiana World War Memorial Plaza is next to the headquarters of this largest veterans' organization
    $500 15
This actress daughter of Vanessa Redgrave is named for the heroine of "War and Peace"
    $500 5
Affectionate synonym for father that's an abbreviation for the number of all the people in a country
    $500 26
A Pinellas County, Florida city is named for this fish that often "springs" from the water when hooked
    $500 10
It's a microchip integrated circuit that contains organic material

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Janine Elaine Andrew
$400 $400 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Janine Elaine Andrew
$1,000 $2,000 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

FLICKS
POLITICIANS
MUSIC MAKERS
1952
STATE FAIR SITES
TO THE "NTH" DEGREE
    $200 11
Marlon Brando played Fletcher Christian to Trevor Howard's Captain Bligh in this 1962 film
    $200 21
In 1990 champion surfer Fred Hemmings lost his bid to become governor of this state
    $200 16
He composed the "King Cotton" March in 1897, the same year as "The Stars & Stripes Forever"
    $200 6
In February George VI died & this woman was proclaimed Queen by the Privy Council
    $200 1
Hampton Court in England has an "amazing" one made out of high hedges
    $400 12
In "In Love and War", Chris O'Donnell portrayed this author during WWI
    $400 22
In 1997 he set a record, becoming the longest-serving senator in U.S. history
    $400 17
Though at birth his first name was spelled Fryderyk, he preferred the French spelling Frederic
    $400 7
On July 26 this Argentinian first lady succumbed to cancer at age 33
    $400 27
Pueblo
    $400 2
This Ancient Greek city was so wealthy it had its own isthmus
    $600 13
Humphrey Bogart played an escaped killer in "High Sierra" & a gold prospector in this film
    $600 23
Russell B. Long, who was chairman of the Senate Finance committee from 1966 to 1981, was the son of this politician
    DD: $1,600 18
19th century composer whose work is heard here
    $600 8
In November most of the nation liked Ike, but some went "madly" for this Democrat
    $600 26
Great Falls
    $600 3
Since the rediscovery of this ancient fish in 1938, only a few hundred have been caught
    $800 14
At the end of this film, Elaine Robinson, about to be married, runs off with Benjamin Braddock
    $800 24
In 1994 Ted Kennedy's son Patrick was elected to the House from this state, not too far from Mass.
    $800 19
This "Hansel und Gretel" composer also wrote incidental music for Shakespeare's plays
    $800 9
In October the British deployed troops to stamp out a rebellion of this secret society in Kenya
    $800 28
Lincoln
    $800 4
If you're an architect you may want to base your column on one
    DD: $2,000 15
Multiple Oscar-winning 1966 film seen here:

"I die his majesty's good servant, but God's first."
    $1000 25
Though he had 250,000 fewer votes than Samuel J. Tilden, he became president in 1877
    $1000 20
In 1993 Spillville, Iowa celebrated the 100th anniversary of this Czech composer's summer visit there
    $1000 10
In 1952, with a Swiss team, he came within 1,000 feet of the summit of Mount Everest; he reached it in 1953
    $1000 5
A violet colour, or a plant in the lily family with spiky flowers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Janine Elaine Andrew
$6,400 $4,800 $10,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FOOD HISTORY
(Alex: Yum yum.)
13th century invading Asian people who brought the idea of eating raw, chopped meat into the Germany area

Final scores:

Janine Elaine Andrew
$12,400 $1 $5,000
2-day champion: $23,400 3rd place: Panasonic LCD Palmcorder 2nd place: Trip to Sands Resorts, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Janine Elaine Andrew
$6,900 $4,800 $8,000
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
0 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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