Suggest correction - #3322 - 1999-02-02

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    $400 23
Swiss composer Ernest Bloch's only completed opera is based on this play; the role of Banquo is sung by a tenor

Show #3322 - Tuesday, February 2, 1999


Matt Smith, a graphic designer from Naperville, Illinois

Cheryl Weiss, a social studies teacher from Panama City, Florida

David Tate, an operations research analyst from Vienna, Virginia (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $13,700)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You'll have to name the show.)
    $100 1
This 5-year-old orphan from the Swiss Alps is also called Adelheid
    $100 17
Start worrying if someone hired for a week as one of these acts like Lara Flynn Boyle in the 1993 movie of that name
    $100 13
The last country in South America that he liberated before he died was the one named for him
    $100 2
Dr. Mark Greene,
Dr. Doug Ross,
Dr. John Carter
    $100 8
Craniosacral therapy aims to restore flow with pressure on the skull & this column
    $100 26
These handy items are named for their shape, not for being used on airplanes
    $200 4
Dorothy's pal in "The Wizard of Oz" who wiped his eyes with his tail so often that "it became quite wet"
    $200 11
If your colleagues fall asleep in a meeting, it may mean this drink was in the brown instead of the orange pot
    $200 14
Name of 8 kings of England since 1272, it was also General Lee's middle name
    $200 3
Dr. Bombay,
Larry Tate
    $200 16
This "therapy" is drug treatment of infectious diseases like TB, as well as cancer
    $200 27
It evolved from "Li'l Folks", a 1940s feature in the St. Paul Pioneer Press
    $300 9
The first character Alice meets in Wonderland, he wears a waistcoat & a pocket watch
    $300 12
Workers get frustrated trying to hold closed-door meetings in these partitioned workspaces
    $300 15
Jules Mazarin was one in the 17th century, Stan Musial in the 20th
    $300 5
Brandon Walsh,
Steve Sanders,
Kelly Taylor
    $300 18
Physiotherapy includes this method that employs showers, baths & pools
    $300 28
The "English" type of this tree makes fine furniture & gunstocks
    $400 10
Jim Hawkins, the Hispaniola's cabin boy, narrates this Robert Louis Stevenson tale
    $400 23
Workers may gather around the monitor & boogie along with this Internet infant from Kinetix
    $400 21
This composer of the "Unfinished Symphony" only gave one public concert
    $400 6
Bo & Luke Duke
    $400 19
In the hyperbaric type of this "therapy", the patient inhales the pure gas in a large chamber
    DD: $1,600 29
Tasty term for the weighted ring used by hitters to warm up
    $500 22
This Kenneth Grahame novel began as a series of bedtime tales told to his son starting in 1904
    $500 24
The Atlantic reports companies use 40% more paper upon introducing this communication system
    $500 25
Martin Waldseemuller's map of 1507 had 2 portraits on it; Ptolemy on the old world, & this man on the new
    $500 7
Roger Thomas,
Dwayne Clemens,
Freddie "Rerun" Stubbs
    $500 20
Phototherapy in the form of blue light is used to treat this yellowing of the skin in infants
    $500 30
Beatrix Potter wrote & illustrated the tale of this character

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

David Cheryl Matt
$600 $300 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Cheryl Matt
$3,700 $1,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Poetry, obviously!)
    $200 2
Henry VIII took land from the Abbey Westminster & founded this park that to Jekyll sounds sinister
    $200 21
"Sunset Blvd.", "Stalag 17" & "Double Indemnity" were all directed by this native Austrian
    $200 22
"Princess Ida" is "A respectful operatic per-version of Tennyson's 'Princess' " by this duo
    $200 16
This "Raiders Of The Lost Ark" director had a bit as the Cook County clerk in "The Blues Brothers"
    $200 11
President & Prime Minister Saddam Hussein
    $200 1
While ruling England from 1189 to 1199, he spent only a total of about 6 months there due to the Crusades
    $400 3
To this county in England we tip our hat; it's known for its cheese & a vanishing cat
    $400 27
This presidential sibling had a beer named after him
    $400 23
Swiss composer Ernest Bloch's only completed opera is based on this play; the role of Banquo is sung by a tenor
    $400 17
While this rock star performs on stage in "Loving You", you can see his parents Vernon & Gladys in the audience
    $400 12
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
    $400 7
About 2,000 years ago, Sextus Propertius wrote that "absence" does this
    $600 4
Circle this London square & you'll see Nelson's Column there
    $600 28
This title literary character is hanged for the murder of a sadistic master-at-arms named Claggart
    $600 24
Rudolf Friml could have called this 1912 operetta "The Lightning Bug"
    $600 18
This Toronto Blue Jays strikeout king had a role in "Cobb" playing -- what else? -- a pitcher
    $600 13
President Costis Stefanopoulos
    $600 8
Band formed by Joan Jett in 1980
    $800 5
To be a Cockney if you please, be born within the sound of these
    $800 29
The biggest films of this small star include "Willow", "Harum Scarum" & "Bride Of Frankenstein"
    $800 25
This poet whose initials stood for Wystan Hugh co-authored the libretto for Henze's opera "The Bassarids"
    $800 19
Woody Harrelson starred as this magazine publisher in a 1996 film; the publisher himself had a role as a judge
    DD: $1,000 14
President Emil Constantinescu
    $800 9
Jesus told his disciples, "Blessed are" these, "for they shall see God"
    $1000 6
On the TV screen he's been seen, as the evil Blackadder & the odd Mr. Bean
    $1000 30
Court-martialed for insubordination, this WWI air-power advocate was later awarded the Medal of Honor
    $1000 26
This title heroine of a Zandonai opera is tricked into marrying the Lord of Rimini
    DD: $600 20
3 of the men who raised the flag on Mount Suribachi in World War II had bit roles in this 1949 John Wayne film
    $1000 15
President Alberto Fujimori
    $1000 10
In this 1986 film, Clint Eastwood plays a Marine sergeant who prepares young recruits for the Grenada invasion

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Cheryl Matt
$6,500 $8,000 $4,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the first president to preside over 14 states

Final scores:

David Cheryl Matt
$8,000 $2,999 $4,000
2-day champion: $21,700 3rd place: DirecTV Satellite System 2nd place: 14-day British Heritage Tour in United Kingdom

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

David Cheryl Matt
$5,300 $7,800 $4,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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