Show #3233 - Wednesday, September 30, 1998

Carolyn White game 2.

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Bob Phillips, a construction worker from Tucson, Arizona

Lorraine Berry, a writer from Ithaca, New York

Carolyn White, a retired management consultant from Tucson, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

1928
UR IN URUGUAY
WORD ORIGINS
SWEET AD LINES
ROCK & ROLL JEOPARDY!
(Alex: And in case you're not familiar with it, there is a "Rock & Roll Jeopardy!" program on the air)
GOING BANANAS
    $100 11
During 1928 both the Graf Zeppelin & this woman made their first flights across the Atlantic
    $100 14
Uruguay's only large city, this capital contains about 40% of the country's population
    $100 6
This word entered the English language in the 13th century as "sucre"
    $100 23
This product claims to be "Finger Lickin' Good"
    $100 1
You can buy this former Maniac's new album "Ophelia" in any little hamlet
    $100 21
Recipes for this cake-like loaf call for 2 or 3 ripe bananas, mashed
    $200 12
After Coolidge chose not to run again for president, this man did & carried 40 out of 48 states
    $200 15
A top sport in the country, Uruguay has won the World Cup in this twice, in 1930 & 1950
    $200 7
Jeans were named for this Italian city where a strong twilled cotton cloth was made
    $200 24
Teddy Roosevelt was the first to remark that this coffee was "Good to the Last Drop"
    $200 2
Name of the singer whose famous features are seen here
    $200 22
This term for the leading comedian in a show originated in a burlesque routine involving bananas
    $300 13
This company drove up new business with the purchase of Dodge & the introduction of the Plymouth
    $300 18
Long romanticized in literature, these cowboys tend ranches called estancias
    $300 8
From the Greek nostos, "A return home", & algos, "pain", it's the pain you experience when remembering
    $300 25
This brand is "Everything You Always Wanted in a Beer....and Less"
    $300 3
He wrote "Running On Empty" & co-wrote "Take It Easy"
    $300 30
A traditional banana daiquiri contains the light type of this liquor
    $400 16
Then in her mid 20s, Margaret Mead published this classic study of life in the Pacific
    $400 19
The 2 traditional political parties are named for their colors: Blancos for white & Colorados for this color
    $400 9
Greek for "wood sound", this instrument's name refers to its tuned wooden bars
    $400 26
If you "Get A Piece of the Rock" you'll have this company's insurance
    $400 4
"Some say eat or be eaten" is a line from this song Elton John found lion around
    $400 29
While singing with The Tarriers, Alan Arkin had a hit with this song one month before Harry Belafonte
    DD: $700 17
Haile Selassie was crowned king of Ethiopia under this name
    $500 20
Uruguay's birdlife ranges from small parakeets to this 5-foot-tall flightless bird
    $500 10
Originally, it referred to a boisterous, rude lad, not a young girl who behaves like a lad as it does now
    $500 27
It's the answer to the advertising question "How Do You Spell Relief?"
    $500 5
This Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist plays on Mick Jagger's "Wandering Spirit"
    $500 28
The documentary film subtitled "Bananas Is My Business" profiles this movie star of the '30s & '40s

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

Carolyn Lorraine Bob
$1,200 $1,800 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Lorraine Bob
$2,800 $3,200 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

OPERA & BALLET
U.S. STAMPS
CHILLING TALES
PLAYING POLITICS
BEWITCHING CINEMA
DON'T BE AN "ASS"
    $200 11
The title of the Sherlock Holmes story "The Speckled Band" refers to a lethal one of these reptiles
    $200 2
A former Secretary of Housing & Urban Development, & Bob Dole's running mate in 1996
    $200 1
Pat Carroll gave voice to this deep sea witch in 'The Little Mermaid"
    $200 3
The method of production seen here; it revolutionized business in the 20th century
    $400 12
In a Poe tale, Montresor lures Fortunato to his doom by offering this title type of wine
    $400 6
Harvey Gantt, Charlotte's first black mayor, has twice lost to this man for a North Carolina senate seat
    $400 4
In "Hocus Pocus" Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy & she played sibling sorceresses
    $400 10
Notorious distinction of the man seen here
    $600 23
Her portrait appeared on a 1936 stamp above the caption "Suffrage For Women"
    $600 13
Ole Andreson is the intended victim of these title characters in a classic Hemingway story
    $600 7
In 1956 this Tennessee senator lost a vote for nomination to be VP; his son did better in 1992
    $600 5
It's the bewitching 1958 film seen here:

"I've been either too busy or too careful to get married, well now, all of a sudden, I just can't wait... just can't wait..."
    $600 15
The song "Cherish" was the first No. 1 hit for this L.A. band
    DD: $1,000 25
In an 1869 Marius Petipa ballet he puts a metal basin on as a helmet & goes seeking adventure
    $800 22
A pair of 1975 stamps celebrated the docking of Apollo with this Russian spacecraft
    DD: $2,000 19
(Hi, I'm Dan Cortese.) I discovered the truth about my late mother in a TV movie version of this Shirley Jackson story
    $800 14
This Pennsylvania senator & heir to a ketchup fortune died in a 1991 plane crash
    $800 8
In this 1971 Disney film would-be witch Angela Lansbury tries to stop a Nazi invasion
    $800 17
It was an ancient empire on the upper Tigris River
    $1000 24
Last name of the gossip in Menotti's "The Old Maid and the Thief", it's the same as a Puccini lieutenant
    $1000 21
The Kentucky statehood issue of 1942 featured a picture of this pioneer & 3 settlers
    $1000 20
This Prague writer's "Hunger Artist" starves because "I couldn't find the food I liked"
    $1000 16
In 1964 this GOP candidate weakened Democratic hold on the South when he took 5 Southern states
    $1000 9
In "The Witches" Anjelica Huston was the grand high witch who wanted to turn children into these creatures
    $1000 18
It's the repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds, as in "tilting at windmills"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Lorraine Bob
$7,000 $8,200 $4,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
(Alex: What a decade!)
On Dec. 20, 1989 President Bush sent about 10,000 troops into this country as part of Operation Just Cause

Final scores:

Carolyn Lorraine Bob
$14,000 $2,200 $4,500
2-day champion: $22,000 3rd place: Jaguar Friendship Watches 2nd place: Trip to the Colony Resort, Longboat Key, Florida

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Carolyn Lorraine Bob
$6,800 $8,200 $5,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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