Suggest correction - #3461 - 1999-09-27

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    $300 5
The racing homer breed of this domestic bird was developed in Belgium, the traditional home of the sport

Show #3461 - Monday, September 27, 1999

Steve Fried game 1.


Hilary Waddles, a personal assistant from Hamtramck, Michigan

Steve Fried, an airline and cruise scheduler from Phoenix, Arizona

Dylan McKenna, an actor from Los Angeles, California (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $25,900)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In May 1999 her Warners talk show was hit with a $2.5 million judgment after one guest killed another
    $100 13
In 1791 this Treasury Secretary issued his "Report On Manufactures", a critique of American industry
    $100 10
In NYC June 14, 1999 it was "Dead Man Riding", as it took hours to notice a passenger on one of these wasn't just sleeping
    $100 3
Only the Adelie & emperor species of this bird actually breed in Antarctica
    $100 25
This tribe that gives the book its English name is only mentioned in one passage
    $100 16
Sir Walter's saucepans
    $200 2
You can tour the Warner Bros. lot online, or in person in this San Fernando Valley city
    $200 14
When West Virginia became a state in 1863, Wheeling was its capital; this city became the permanent capital in 1885
    $200 11
Willie, the animal Wiarton, Canada used for this celebration, died Jan. 31, 1999, 2 days before his next appearance
    $200 4
This bird seen here is the provincial bird of Prince Edward Island
    $200 26
God bans mean pranks in 19:14, "Thou shalt not... put a stumbling block before" these people
    $200 17
Stoker's sheeplings
    $300 7
Former mortuary entrepreneur Steve Ross negotiated Warners' 1989 merger with this publisher
    $300 15
In 1698, after an absence of 15 years, he returned to the colony named for his father
    $300 12
When Dallas sent out this annual tax form to 13,000 city employees, it marked them dead
    $300 5
The racing homer breed of this domestic bird was developed in Belgium, the traditional home of the sport
    DD: $1,000 28
Chapters 4, 6, 8 & 12 begin, "And the Lord spake unto" him
    $300 18
Spillane's love-bites
    $400 8
Movies found their voice in this 1927 Warner Bros. film
    $400 24
On Aug. 2, 1826 at Boston's Faneuil Hall, this great orator delivered a eulogy on Jefferson & Adams
    $400 21
This saint's remains were in a box atop a wardrobe for 6 years before being redisplayed February 14, 1999
    $400 6
In captivitiy, these wading birds are fed carotenoid pigments to keep the plumage color they have in the wild
    $400 19
Anne's bad habits
    $500 9
He outlasted his brothers Sam, Albert & Harry in the company, finally selling out in 1967
    $500 27
Completed in 1856, California's first railroad ran 22 miles between Sacramento & this prison city
    $500 22
In 1961 Hassan II was crowned in this country after his father died following a minor nose operation
    $500 23
Also known as a duck hawk, it has been clocked at 175 miles per hour during a dive
    $500 20
Julia Ward's female swine

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

Dylan Steve Hilary
$300 $2,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dylan Steve Hilary
$200 $3,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE "W.B."
    $200 20
It's worn by a novice in judo or karate
    $200 9
Uganda's Sese Islands lie in the northern part of this large lake
    $200 1
Born in Fabens, Texas in 1931, this legendary jockey won his first of 8,833 races at age 18
    $200 19
The Wren Building at this school named for 2 monarchs is the oldest U.S. academic building still in use
    $200 14
The most common isotope of hydrogen has an atomic weight of this whole number
    $200 2
In 1999 her "Faith" CD reached triple platinum status
    $400 21
In a 1969 film this title group included William Holden & Warren Oates
    $400 10
Parts of this capital city lie on the islands of Gezira & Roda in the Nile River
    $400 7
Playing center for the Boston Celtics, he led the team to 11 NBA championships in the '50s & '60s
    $400 15
Discovered separately in the 1770s by British & Swedish chemists, it was found to be a gas by a Frenchman
    $400 3
[Well hey everybody, I'm Naomi Judd] In mid-1984 Wynonna & I made our first ever concert appearance at Ak-Sar-Ben, a large concert hall in this Nebraska city
    $600 11
Now a part of Tanzania, this island known for its cloves was mentioned in "The Patty Duke Show" theme song
    $600 8
This outlaw of the Old West also went by the name Henry McCarty
    DD: $1,000 16
As a liquid, it's used as a cryogenic refrigerant; as a gas, it makes lights red
    $600 4
"Strawberry Wine" was the first of 3 No. 1 hits from this debut album by Deana Carter
    $800 12
Malagasy, 1 of its 2 official languages, is of Indonesian origin
    $800 22
This perennial Democratic nominee also served as Woodrow Wilson's Secretary of State
    $800 25
The student newspaper of this Hanover, N.H. school calls itself "America's Oldest College Newspaper"
    $800 17
Lighter than air, it's also called marsh gas & is found in natural gas
    $800 5
This performer became an Opry member in 1991, the same year his "When I Call Your Name" album went platinum
    $1000 13
Wine production is a chief industry of this Portuguese island off Africa's northwest coast
    DD: $500 23
Before hosting his TV "Journal", he was deputy director of the Peace Corps
    $1000 24
Swarthmore College of Pennsylvania has a historical library devoted to this religious group that founded it
    $1000 18
This gas forms tiny bubbles in a diver's bloodstream that can be dangerous if he ascends too quickly
    $1000 6
In 1990 Jukebox named this Randy Travis cover of a Brook Benton hit the Country Record of the Year

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dylan Steve Hilary
$100 $5,800 $800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

This 1937 mystery was written at the Old Cataract Hotel in Aswan

Final scores:

Dylan Steve Hilary
$99 $9,800 $1,500
3rd place: Festina F12 Chrono Collection Watches New champion: $9,800 2nd place: Trip to the Westcliff Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Dylan Steve Hilary
$600 $5,800 $2,800
11 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W
8 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $9,200

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