Show #3242 - Tuesday, October 13, 1998

Melizza Zygmunt game 4.

Contestants

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Miles Madorin, an attorney from Golden, Colorado

Judy Squires, a secretary originally from Galesburg, Illinois

Melizza Zygmunt, a stay-at-home mom from Valparaiso, Indiana (whose 3-day cash winnings total $23,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

MUSIC & LITERATURE
WACKY PRODUCTS
LAKES & RIVERS
LANGUAGES
WHO WAS THAT MASKED MAN?
I DUNNO
    $100 6
"Rip-Rip" is a comic opera about this sleepy head who killed time in the Catskills
    $100 7
The product seen here began its zillion-dollar destiny when introduced by Wham-O in this decade (hula hoop)
    $100 26
Even though it's the world's second longest river, it still has the world's largest drainage basin
    $100 1
The standard form of this language developed from that spoken in Amsterdam & nearby cities
    $100 12
In 1988 Michael Crawford picked up a Tony for playing the masked title role in this musical
    $100 19
Alicia Silverstone's 1995 breakthrough film
    $200 13
This "Messiah" composer set Dryden's poem "Ode For St. Cecilia's Day" to music
    $200 8
It's the wacky, but useful product, in use here ("applause" to turn on the lamp)
    $200 27
The Aare, originating in the Bern canton, is a major river of this country
    $200 2
The Finnish national anthem, "Our Land", is "Maame" in Finnish & "Vart Land" in this other official language
    $200 15
The title of this category comes from an oft-said phrase on this classic radio & TV show
    $200 20
"To draw" this is said to have originally referred to a non-winning lottery ticket
    DD: $700 14
Franz Liszt's symphony based on this work includes the movements "Inferno" & "Purgatorio"
    $300 9
If you're lonely, this animal might be perfect for you (ceramic cat that grows hair)
    $300 28
Rising in the Black Forest, it's the second longest river in Europe
    $300 3
Among the many dialects of this language are Maine, Gallo & Bourbonnais
    $300 16
In film he's donned the Riddler's mask & the title mask in "The Mask"
    $300 21
This phrase for a mind with no empirical knowledge is Latin for "scraped tablet"
    $400 24
Bernard Naylor adapted her "Sonnets from the Portuguese" for voice & string quartet
    $400 10
Banned from use in some parades, it's the alliterative name of the wacky product in use here (sprayed out of a can)
    $400 29
You can take a high road or a low road to this, the largest lake in Scotland
    $400 4
This major language of the Canary Islands is spoken with what has been called a slight Andalusian accent
    $400 17
The woman seen here fell for & dueled with this masked man in a 1998 film (Catherine Zeta-Jones)
    $400 22
Shakespeare wrote, "There is no darkness but" this; having it "of the law is no excuse"
    $500 25
This John Bunyan work inspired the one-act opera "The Shepherds Of The Delectable Mountains"
    $500 11
Japanese term for the "egg" seen here
    $500 30
This lake in Manitoba, Ontario & Minnesota is a remnant of an extinct glacial lake
    $500 5
Of Latvian, Lithuanian, or Estonian, the language not closely related to the other 2
    $500 18
A newswire reported this singer, disguised as an Arab woman, shopping in a Munich toy store
    $500 23
In the Iran-Contra affair, George Bush was "out of" this, like a Chicago suburbanite

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

Melizza Judy Miles
$1,100 $0 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Melizza Judy Miles
$2,300 $2,000 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
1890s TECHNOLOGY
(and there was some)
PEOPLE WITH MUPPET NAMES
(oh boy!)
GUEST EDITORS
THE BLUES
MYTHOLOGICAL CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
    $200 1
Per Article II Luke Perry can become president in 2001, since he'll be this age
    $200 6
The collaboration between this man & W.K.L. Dickson led to the production of the kinetoscope in 1894
    $200 21
Elmo Lincoln was the 1st to play this film character as an adult; he was later played by Weissmuller
    $200 22
This Tibetan's resume includes: 1992 - Guest Editor, French Vogue; 1989 - Nobel Peace Prize
    $200 14
In the 1940s Bobby "Blue" Bland & B.B. King were in the Beale Streeters, a blues group in this city
    $200 11
"Touch"y golden guy
(5)
    $400 2
The president has the power to make these agreements, "provided two-thirds of the senators present concur"
    $400 7
It was discovered that these, which share their name with insect parts, improved radio reception
    $400 23
A host of "Break The Bank", he's best known as the former singing host of the Miss America pageant
    $400 15
This blues empress' "Down Hearted Blues" sold 780,000 copies, restoring the ailing Columbia Records
    $400 12
Quicksilver
messenger
(7)
    $600 3
Article 3 may have soothed the Arnolds by saying this crime doesn't taint the offender's family
    $600 8
Whitcomb Judson's "clasp locker" of 1893 was this fastener's forerunner
    $600 24
In 1945's "The Story Of G.I. Joe", Burgess Meredith played this war correspondent
    $600 16
Sonny Terry played this instrument, also called the blues harp, in a whooping style
    $600 13
Hair today, snakes tomorrow
(6)
    $800 4
The name of this tax regulated by the 24th Amendment doesn't refer to voting; it's a synonym for head
    DD: $1,200 9
By 1897 this German had perfected his alternative to the Otto gasoline engine
    $800 25
In 1998 Liam Neeson portrayed this Victorian author's downfall in Broadway's "The Judas Kiss"
    $800 28
For its Christmas 1993 issue, French Vogue tapped this South African leader to guest edit
    DD: $1,000 17
McKinley Morganfield played in a creek as a child & was given this nickname
    $800 19
Jason pulled the wool over her eyes
(5)
    $1000 5
The Constitution uses this 3-word Latin term for laws banning an action retroactively
    $1000 10
Edward Acheson failed when he tried to form these, but he did create carborundum
    $1000 26
Singer Bill Withers & this saxophonist had a hit with 1981's "Just The Two Of Us"
    $1000 27
The October 1996 issue of England's Prima was edited by this prime minister's wife, Cherie
    $1000 18
Said to have sold his soul to the Devil for his guitar skills, he recorded only 29 songs & died at age 27
    $1000 20
Helen's hubby
(8)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Melizza Judy Miles
$7,500 $5,800 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
In 1999 these related events will occur on Tuesday, February 16 & Sunday, April 4

Final scores:

Melizza Judy Miles
$399 $0 $300
4-day champion: $23,599 3rd place: JBL Harmony Stereo System 2nd place: Trip to Marco Island Marriott Resort & Golf Club, Florida

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Melizza Judy Miles
$7,100 $6,300 $7,300
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,700

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