Show #2621 - Monday, January 15, 1996

Barbara Walker game 4.


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Nick Lamelza, a telephone operator from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Zappacosta, a teacher from Springfield, Pennsylvania

Barbara Walker, an elementary school principal from Westminster, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1840s
(Alex: Each correct response in the last category will contain either "black" or "white".)
    $100 1
In "The Brass Bottle", Horace Ventimore buys an antique brass bottle that contains one of these beings
    $100 2
In 1978, this New Jersey city hit the jackpot with the opening of its first casino
    $100 16
The raw milk sold in health-food stores hasn't gone through this sterilization process
    $100 26
It's the dreaded IRS double-check of your return to ascertain its validity
    $100 7
In 1846, about 4,000 U.S. soldiers were posted on alert near this North American country
    $100 17
Marty Robbins wore it with "a pink carnation"
    $200 12
Not only could this nursery rhyme character "eat no fat", he had a cat with only one hair
    $200 3
The Wadsworth Athenium, America's oldest public art museum, is located in this Conn. capital
    $200 18
The cake called a baba is sometimes soaked in kirsch instead of this liquor
    $200 27
In reference to taxes, IRA stands for one of these
    $200 8
In January 1840, Charles Wilkes first sighted this continent
    $200 20
In a 1942 hit, this "has me in its spell"
    $300 13
Dr. Seuss' Bartholomew Cubbins finds that every time he removes one of these, another appears
    $300 4
The visitor center at this fort offers a film of the writing of "The Star-Spangled Banner"
    $300 19
A chimichanga is one of these Mexican food items that's been fried, filling & all
    $300 28
Your TIN or taxpayer identification number is usually this 9-digit number
    $300 9
In his 1849 essay on civil disobedience, he said citizens should protest unjust government needs
    $300 23
In 1965, pianist Horst Jankowski took a walk up the charts with "A Walk In" this German location
    $400 14
A series of dreams he had about lions helped inspire his Narnia books
    $400 5
A formation known as Half Dome rises more than 4,700 feet in this California national park
    $400 21
In veal oscar the cutlets are traditionally topped with crayfish or this seafood
    $400 29
It's the form of your employer files at year's end showing your compensation & withheld taxes
    DD: $700 10
Established in 1849, as the state of Deseret, it's known as this state today
    $400 24
Completes "The moon was all aglow and heaven was in your eyes, the night that you told me those..."
    $500 15
She was an invalid during the years it took her to write "Black Beauty"
    $500 6
What's thought to be the oldest log cabin in the U.S. is located on Vermont's Grand Isle in this lake
    $500 22
The bigarade is one of the oldest known varieties of this citrus fruit
    $500 30
Self-employed? If so, you may have to file estimated tax forms this often
    $500 11
Completed in 1849, the Chain Bridge over this river linked the cities of Buda and Pest
    $500 25
1966 order from the Rolling Stones to an artist

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

Barbara John Nick
$1,300 $2,400 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara John Nick
$3,600 $3,300 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Henry captured Boulogne-sur-Mer in this country in 1534
    $200 6
Komodo dragons, which belong to the monitor family of these, have been known to kill human beings
    $200 26
In 1990, Germany replaced West Germany as a member of this defense alliance founded in 1949
    $200 13
In 1808, Antonio Canova sculpted this emperor’s sister as a seminude, reclining Venus
    $200 18
Callao, the port of Lima, handles about 3/4 of this country's imports
    $200 1
Peter Boyle played the monster assembled by Gene Wilder in this Mel Brooks B&W classic
    $400 8
She married Henry in January 1533 and gave birth to Elizabeth in September
    $400 12
The Indian is the largest Asian species of this "nose-horned" land mammal
    $400 27
Ecuador joined this "well-oiled" group in 1973 but left in 1992
    $400 14
In 1874, Manet painted this artist with a similar name "Working on His Boat in Argenteuil"
    $400 19
The Kamchatka Peninsula separates the Sea of Okhotsk from this sea named for a Dane
    $400 2
Premiere magazine called this 1994 B&W film "the story of a transvestite schlockmeister"
    $600 9
Henry destroyed the Canterbury Cathedral Tomb of this saint & chancellor of Henry II
    $600 23
These tallest mammals can gallop at a speed of 30 miles per hour
    $600 28
Created within the AFL in 1935, it later spilt from it then merged back
    $600 15
He painted ladies of the evening "at the Salon of the Rue des Moulins" in 1894
    $600 20
The administrative capital of South Africa was the capital of the former province of Transvaal
    $600 3
This 1979 Woody Allen film featured Tisa Farrow, Mia's sister
    DD: $2,000 10
After Henry's death, this woman, his sixth wife, married a baron
    $800 24
Both hairy-nosed species of this marsupial live on Australian grasslands
    $800 29
It was formed in 1964 by refugee groups & Fedayeen, or commando forces, in Jerusalem
    $800 16
Pre-Raphaelite artist Sir John Everett Millais painted this "Hamlet" heroine afloat in a pond
    $800 21
Much of this range that begins in the Arctic & divides Asia & Europe is less than 1,000 meters in height
    $800 4
In Wim Wender's "Wings of Desire", these creatures saw the world in B&W
    $1000 11
This son of Henry VIII succeeded him in 1547
    $1000 25
2 of the 3 breeds of dogs called setters
    DD: $4,000 30
It was founded April 30, 1948 by 21 nations at a conference in Bogota, Colombia
    $1000 17
Constantin Brancusi was noted for his stark sculptures of this kind of animal "in Space"
    $1000 22
There’s a museum dedicated to this author of “The Red and the Black” in Grenoble, his birthplace
    $1000 5
This 1980 film about Jake LaMotta should ring a bell with you

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara John Nick
$10,400 $9,100 $800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1961, Lyndon Johnson was sworn in as vice president by this mentor

Final scores:

Barbara John Nick
$18,400 $16,100 $1,600
4-day champion: $46,100 2nd place: a Counterpoint CD player & a Klipsch stereo speaker system 3rd place: his & hers Daniel Mink wood watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barbara John Nick
$9,200 $8,800 $4,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,800

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