Show #3256 - Monday, November 2, 1998

Contestants

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Sinan Turnacioglu, a medical student from East Brunswick, New Jersey

Sharon Doodian, a lawyer from Albany, New York

Katie Clark, a choir accompanist from Gastonia, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BICENTENNIAL
CRIME & PUNISHMENT
AUTHORS' HOME STATES
BEGINS & ENDS WITH "M"
WOMEN'S LIBERATION
KISS YOUR LASS GOODBYE
    $100 4
At 2 P.M. on the big day, it was "gently tapped" in Philadelphia
    $100 2
In 1824 Charles Dickens' father went to jail for this, though he didn't have a credit card
    $100 15
Stephen King
    $100 1
The next one officially begins January 1, 2001
    $100 20
In 1910 Alice Wells got special badge No. 1 as the first female one of these in Los Angeles
    $100 25
In a 1965 epic this Omar Sharif character keeps getting separated from his beloved Lara
    $200 5
On July 9 this nice great-great-great-great grand-daughter of bad George III became an honorary citizen of NYC
    $200 3
The punishment at the end of the novel "Crime And Punishment" is servitude in this cold region
    $200 16
John Irving
    $200 7
"Psychic" size between small & large
    $200 21
The term suffragette came from suffrage, the right to do this
    $200 26
In "Casablanca" this Bogart character reminds Ilsa as they part, "We'll always have Paris"
    $300 6
This Washington edifice that houses the Declaration of Independence stayed open for 76 straight hours
    $300 10
When Ann Landers admits an error, she sentences herself to 40 lashes with one of these
    $300 17
Larry McMurtry
    $300 12
According to the title of a 1953 film, it's what Ethel Merman wanted to be called
    $300 22
In her 1963 book she used the term "Feminine Mystique" to describe the image of women
    $300 27
This actor keeps parting & getting back together with Andie MacDowell in "Four Weddings And A Funeral"
    $400 8
The Smithsonian "launched" this museum that the founding fathers would have had trouble imagining
    $400 11
In 1995 Alabama reinstituted these groups, from which Paul Muni played "a fugitive"
    $400 18
Mario Puzo
    DD: $600 13
In a special promotion, Rite Aid pharmacies have tied this medical test to Mother's Day
    $400 23
Introduced in 1959, she got in trouble in 1992 for saying "Math class is tough"
    $400 28
In this film Monty Clift says goodbye to Donna Reed & returns to duty as Pearl Harbor is attacked
    $500 9
President Ford made a national historical park of this area where the Continental army got a chilly reception
    $500 29
The 2 adjectives found in the 8th Amendment for the kind of punishment that may not be inflicted
    $500 19
Anne Rice
    $500 14
We're talking major whirlpool with this
    $500 24
In 1972 this magazine appeared on American newsstands for the first time
    $500 30
In "The Seven Year Itch", Tom Ewell says goodbye to his wife & starts flirting with this actress

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Katie Sharon Sinan
$1,600 $500 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Sharon Sinan
$3,000 $3,300 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

A CONSTANTINE REMINDER
RING A BELL?
20th CENTURY ART
ACTRESS TURNED WAITRESS
CORPORATE HISTORIES
FROM ANOTHER LANGUAGE
    $200 1
French for "blow", a military one overthrew Greece's Constantine II in 1967 & set up a junta
    $200 2
"Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings" is a line from this 1946 classic film
    $200 16
Like painters, modern artists in this form turned to abstraction, as in David Smith's work in steel
    $200 11
Small town waitress Karen Black falls for Jack Nicholson in this 1970 classic
    $200 21
Before greeting cards, Hallmark's Joyce Hall made his mark selling these mail items with pictures on them
    $200 26
From the Hebrew for "fit and proper", this word means in accordance with Jewish dietary laws
    $400 5
Because Constantine had renounced the throne, this country got Nicholas I after Alexander I died
    $400 3
In 1993 the original class from Bayside High in this series graduated & went on to California University
    $400 17
The expressionist "CoBrA" group acronymed its name from Copenhagen, Brussels & this Dutch city
    $400 12
Tom Cruise mixed things up with waitress Elisabeth Shue in this 1988 film
    $400 22
This partner of Warner began marketing Listerine in St. Louis in 1884
    $400 27
From the Japanese for "empty hand", this martial art uses no weapons
    $600 6
Constantine I tried to stop Greece from declaring war on this country led by his brother-in-law
    $600 4
On Oct. 14, 1947 he flew a Bell X-1 aircraft 662 miles per hour
    $600 18
Franz Kline's palette in the '50s was generally restricted to this, like TV at the time
    $600 13
In 1988 Julia Roberts was slinging pizza in this Connecticut town
    $600 23
In 1984 Standard Oil of California changed its name & its stripes to this
    $800 7
The death of Constantine XI Palaeologus in a war with the Turks in 1453 brought this empire to an end
    $800 9
In 1968 this singer & his group The Drells topped the pop & R&B charts with "Tighten Up"
    DD: $1,000 19
This controversial painter was a descendant of the 17th C. English essayist of the same name
    DD: $1,000 14
She won an Oscar for her portrayal of waitress Alice Hyatt
    $800 24
Its May 1998 issue featured its new design: a full cover photo & the table of contents moved inside
    $1000 8
Former solar henothiest Constantine the Great converted to Christianity & his mother found this relic
    $1000 10
This 1944 John Hersey novel set in a Sicilian town during World War II won a Pulitzer for fiction
    $1000 20
Austrian who painted the much-reproduced work seen here
    $1000 15
She was the cheerful waitress Elaine in 1993's "Wrestling Ernest Hemingway"
    $1000 25
This Chicago newspaper company made the decision to light Wrigley Field for night games
    $1000 28
From an old Spanish word for "mixed", it's a person of European & Native American ancestry

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Sharon Sinan
$6,200 $3,700 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL TIMES
In Solomon's reign, she filled the new post of "queen mother"

Final scores:

Katie Sharon Sinan
$3,599 $100 $8,400
2nd place: Trip to Harvey's Resort & Casino, Lake Tahoe 3rd place: Rand McNally Gift Certificate New champion: $8,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Katie Sharon Sinan
$6,000 $3,700 $6,400
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
2 W
19 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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