Show #3222 - Tuesday, September 15, 1998

Contestants

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Anne Lanctot, a graduate student from Littleton, Colorado

Bill McLean, an attorney from Woodstock, Georgia

Paul Murray, a theater teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

TEDDY ROOSEVELT
IN THE CARDS
NURSERY RHYME HEADLINES
WACKY TV NEIGHBORS
BUSINESS MEN
YES, "N"DEEDY
    $100 30
In 1898 Roosevelt resigned as Asst. Secretary of the Navy to help organize this cavalry unit
    $100 11
It's the number of playing cards in a standard deck (not counting the jokers)
    $100 1
"Four and Twenty" of these "Baked into Pie; All Survive"
    $100 6
On "Home Improvement", Tim seeks advice from this neighbor whose face is always partly obscured
    $100 21
This company founded by Berry Gordy Jr. celebrated its 40th anniversary in 1998
    $100 16
Bare with us: it's the 4-letter term for a painting like the one seen here
    $200 29
Roosevelt was famous for saying, "Speak softly, but carry" this
    $200 12
These fortune telling cards include "The Lovers", "The Magician" & "The Wheel of Fortune"
    $200 2
Her "Sheep Mutilated; Come Home Tailless"
    $200 7
Archie Bunker's neighbors, they moved on up to the East Side & got wacky neighbors of their own
    $200 22
In 1998 he went to his first owners meeting since 1989, to try to stop rival Murdoch's Dodgers buy
    $200 17
The name of this earthworm should tell you it creeps around in the evening
    $300 28
Roosevelt was only 42 whern he succeeded this man as president in 1901
    $300 13
The Donald knows one of these is a "key resource to be used at an opportune moment"
    $300 3
This family "Invents New Diet: Only Eat Fat or Lean"
    $300 8
This sitcom cartoonist gets inspiration for her strip from the antics of neighbor Annie Spadaro
    $300 23
It shouldn't take you overnight to deliver the name of this company Fred Smith founded in 1973
    $300 18
Some creatures are nidicolous, meaning they remain in these for a while after birth
    $400 27
Roosevelt, who often participated in this sport, was virtually blinded in his left eye during a match
    $400 14
If you're "carded" while buying cigarettes in Calif. it's because you don't look old enough to be this age
    $400 4
"Giant Threatens to Grind Englishman's Bones to Make" this
    $400 9
Guys seen here entering their neighbors' apartment
    $400 24
With a yardstick & a piece of plywood, Edwin Shoemaker felt inclined to design this recliner in 1928
    DD: $800 19
Derived from the Greek for "ship", this unpleasant condition can affect you on dry land
    $500 26
In 1912, as a candidate of this new party, Roosevelt lost his third bid for president
    $500 15
The most valuable of these is the T206 Honus Wagner
    $500 5
"Three Wise Men of" this city "Drown When Boat Sinks"
    $500 10
In 1966 Sandra Gould replaced Alice Pearce in the role of this nosy neighbor on "Bewitched"
    $500 25
This inventor of vulcanization was sent to debtor's prison; maybe for bouncing checks?
    $500 20
A big bottle that holds about 20 quarts of champagne, or a Babylonian king who probably couldn't

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

Paul Bill Anne
$2,700 -$400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Bill Anne
$4,800 -$100 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

CAN'T QUITE PLACE YOU
WOMEN'S FIRSTS
THE THEATER
DEEP THINKERS
CRITTERS
WEBSTER'S THIRD, PAGE 1282
(Alex: These are definitions you will find in Webster's Third on that page. Do you happen to have it with you? I didn't think so. So you have no advantage!)
    $200 30
In 1997 Slobodan Milosevic left the presidency of Serbia for that of this larger country
    $200 11
The first woman to win 3 Best Actress Oscars, she was also the first to win 4
    $200 2
According to the title of a 1967 Tom Stoppard play, "Rosencrantz And" this character "Are Dead"
    $200 1
Socrates narrates this philosopher's "Republic"
    $200 16
The whale type of this fish can weigh as much as 2 elephants
    $200 21
Near the bottom of column 2 comes this 2-letter abbreviation for pound
    $400 29
F.W. De Klerk became president of this country in 1989, shared the Nobel Prize in 1993 & quit politics in 1997
    $400 12
In 1971 this tennis player became the first woman athlete to earn $100,000 in one year
    $400 3
Marion Paroo, the River City librarian, teaches piano to the town's youngsters in this show
    $400 7
His "Thus Spake Zarathustra" says, "The world presented itself" as a "golden apple with a... velvety skin"
    $400 17
This pit viper, also called the cottonmouth, is belligerent, so don't try to make shoes out of it
    $400 22
Sluggish, indolent & slothful are synonyms for this adjective used to describe the writer of the category
    $600 28
Carlos Fuentes, author of "The Old Gringo", is one of this country's leading novelists
    DD: $2,000 13
In 1991 Sarah Williamson became the first girl mayor of this Nebraska community
    $600 4
In 1995 this musical won 6 Tonys including acting awards for Glenn Close & George Hearn
    $600 8
This woman & her New Bohemians sing, "Philosophy is the talk on a cereal box"
    $600 18
This substance is fed to all honeybees in the first 3 days of their lives, then only to future queens
    $600 23
It's "a jumping one-hand shot in basketball made off the backboard"
    $800 27
Native country of the man seen here
    $800 14
Soon after she opened the USA's first birth control clinic, the police raided it & sent her to jail
    $800 5
Big Daddy's youngest son, he ends up in a cast after jumping hurdles while on a drunken binge
    DD: $1,400 9
This Jean Jacques Rousseau work says, "Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains"
    $800 19
Of the water flea, the fish louse or the sand fly, the one that isn't a crustacean
    $800 24
Color of the head & neck of the lazuli bunting, a finch found in the western U.S. & on page 1282
    $1000 26
When King Charles II of this country died in 1700, a "War of" its "Succession" ensued
    $1000 15
Among the first 6 women chosen for this program in 1978 were Margaret Seddon & Kathryn D. Sullivan
    $1000 6
In "Six Degrees of Separation" Ouisa Kittridge is charmed by a young black man claiming to be this actor's son
    $1000 10
One of the most important philosophers, he spent his entire life, 1724-1804, in Konigsberg, East Prussia
    $1000 20
This crocodilian found in India is sometimes called the gharial
    $1000 25
Biblical beggar whose name gives us a synonym for "leper"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Bill Anne
$10,200 $900 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. SENATORS
This current senator's great-grandfather fought against Custer in the Battle of the Little Bighorn

Final scores:

Paul Bill Anne
$5,199 $0 $13,100
2nd place: Trip to Doubletree Resort, Walt Disney World Village, Florida 3rd place: JBL Harmony Stereo New champion: $13,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Bill Anne
$11,200 $900 $6,200
31 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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