Show #2896 - Monday, March 17, 1997


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Eric Grunden, a high school teacher from Gainesville, Florida

Mick Malicki, an attorney from La Grange Park, Illinois

Liz Klausky, a registered nurse from Port Orange, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
Rhyme time opposite of e-mail, it's the slow way, using the U.S. Postal Service
    $100 14
Cousin to whom Elisabeth said, "Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb"
    $100 19
The leading commercial crop of the Dominican Republic, it's grown on plantations
    $100 1
In 1284 the Bishop of Ely founded Peterhouse, the first of this British school's colleges
    $100 24
Europe's northernmost point on the continent is Cape Nordkyn in this country
    $100 9
Born William Anderson in Walla Walla, Washington, this TV Batman faced 3 different Catwomen
    $200 5
The emoticon made up of a colon, a hyphen & a right parenthesis stands for this
    $200 15
The 4 Gospels appear in this order
    $200 20
Indians taught the Pilgrims to fertilize crops by putting one of these in the ground
    $200 2
This college in Williamsburg, Virginia was founded to train Anglican clergy
    $200 25
The southernmost point in the continental U.S. is Cape Sable in this state
    $200 10
He was the Batman in "Batman Returns"
    $300 6
FAQs are these
    $300 16
In the Latin Vulgate bible, this book is called "Liber Judicum"
    $300 21
A field is "left" this way if it's plowed but not seeded
    $300 3
This team nickname is credited to William Lander, editor of Duke Univ.'s newspaper during WWI
    $300 26
The terrain of this Chilean cape in the Drake Passage rises to 1,391 feet
    $300 11
This 1960s TV Robin was once married to the daughter of Merv Griffin's bandleader Mort Lindsey
    $400 7
One of a race of brutes in "Gulliver's Travels", it's now the name of a famous internet directory
    $400 17
This angel makes his only O.T. appearance when he interprets Daniel's vision of a ram & a goat
    $400 29
Pyrethrum, extracted from a type of chrysanthemum, is a natural one of these pest controllers
    $400 22
In 1994 Bennington College in this state eliminated all academic departments & abolished its tenure system
    $400 27
This state's Cape Ann is the site of such resorts as Gloucester & Essex
    $400 12
This most recent Dick Grayson wore an earring
    $500 8
You may follow one of these, a series of newsgroup postings, on the same subject
    DD: $1,000 18
After seducing Bathsheba, David plotted to have this man, her husband, killed in battle
    $500 30
In this type of tropical agriculture, trees are cut down in an area & set on fire
    $500 23
The university of this state at Machias is the easternmost 4-year college in the U.S.
    $500 28
This Canadian city's most famous landmark, The Citadel, overlooks the city from Cape Diamond
    $500 13
In the 1960s this voice of "American Top 40" was the voice of the animated Robin

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Liz Mick Eric
-$100 $0 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Mick Eric
$1,600 $900 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: How appropriate!)
    $200 12
Accoridng to legend, he used a shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity
    $200 7
The Republic of China is also known by this name, which is that of its main island
    $200 1
The sixth of this German's 9 symphonies is nicknamed "Pastoral"
    $200 6
Last name of "Lighthorse Harry", a member of the Continental Congress from 1785 to 1788
    $200 21
Tolstoy wrote "War And Peace"; Herman Wouk wrote "War And...." this
    $200 26
Activity in which you'd use a hook, line & sinker
    $400 13
Despite American pressure, Ireland maintained this stance during World War II
    $400 8
In 1995 this country marked 20 years of reunification & the U.S. restored full diplomatic ties
    $400 2
He began to suffer from tuberculosis shortly after taking up with George Sand around 1837
    $400 17
In 1811 Virginia had 4 governors: John Tyler, George William Smith, Peyton Randolph & this fifth president
    $400 22
His 1993 novel "Gai-Jin" takes place in 19th century Japan
    $400 27
Toucan Sam is the spokescharacter for this cereal
    $600 14
In 1937 the Irish Free State, a British dominion, changed its name to this Gaelic one
    $600 9
The origins of Bangalore, a city in this country, go back to a mud fort erected in 1537
    $600 3
Charles-Marie Widor worked with his pupil Albert Schweitzer on an edition of this man's organ works
    $600 18
Lady Bird Johnson often babysat for this governor's daughters so he & his wife could campaign
    $600 23
The elegant St. Gregory is the setting for this 1965 Arthur Hailey bestseller
    $600 28
Uranology is an old term for this science
    $800 15
A word for Protestants of Northern Ireland comes from this ruling house of the Netherlands
    DD: $1,000 10
In the 1850s, Empress Eugenie helped popularize Biarritz, a town on this bay, as a fashionable resort
    $800 4
He wrote "Lincoln Portrait" for speaker & orchestra the same year as "Rodeo"
    $800 19
In 1776, 2 years after the House of Burgesses was dissolved, this orator became the state's first governor
    $800 24
This author leaves "Gorky Park" for a British coal-mining town in his 1996 novel "Rose"
    $800 29
Daryl Dragon of The Captain & Tennille was named for this movie studio chief, a family friend
    $1000 16
This head of IRA intelligence helped future PM Eamon De Valera escape from jail in 1919
    $1000 11
Frederiction, the capital of this Canadian province, is named for a son of King George III
    $1000 5
He conducted the debut of his "Also Sprach Zarathustra"
    DD: $400 20
The USA's first elected black governor, he won a Bronze Star for bravery in Korea
    $1000 25
Using their first names, it's the pen name of the husband & wife team who wrote "Deceptions" & "Pot Of Gold"
    $1000 30
An agency of the Justice Department, the DEA stands for this administration

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Mick Eric
$4,600 $7,100 $6,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Before his death in 1920, he led America's Communist Labor Party, drew up its manifesto & edited its paper

Final scores:

Liz Mick Eric
$4,500 $300 $400
2-day champion: $11,100 3rd place: Michael C. Fina Irish Decanter & Glass Set 2nd place: Trip to Ireland, Britain & Europe

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Liz Mick Eric
$4,800 $7,100 $7,900
17 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W
22 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1996-12-04
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