Show #2920 - Friday, April 18, 1997


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Joe Archer, a non-profit administrator from Davis, California

Roy Jenkins, a writer originally from San Juan Capistrano, California

Linda Fabrizio, a high school teacher from Denver, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
The first line in Encarta's article on him includes the words "Last Stand" in quotes
    $100 6
Restaurants on this Massachusetts cape include the Impudent Oyster & Aesop's Tables
    $100 1
"Nanu, Nanu" & "Shazbat" were Orkan words frequently heard on this sitcom
    $100 14
His last will & testament left his Virginia estate Monticello to his daughter Martha
    $100 13
These "lords" live like peasants when courts make them stay in their undermaintained tenements
    $100 8
It has front & back flaps
    $200 19
He's the only George to win an Olympic gold medal in boxing's heavyweight division
    $200 7
This state's World Potato Exposition in Blackfoot promises "Free Taters for Out-of-Staters"
    $200 2
On "The Addams Family", he would enter & croak, "You rang?"
    $200 23
His war record as a Rough Rider helped him win the New York governorship in 1898
    $200 27
Term for buying the right to use vacation property for a certain period each year
    $200 9
Posted on the front end paper, it bears the owner's name & often a design
    $300 20
He fired Billy Martin 5 times
    $300 15
Alien Encounter is one of the scariest attractions in this Florida theme park
    $300 3
On this game show, answers were checked against what the "Survey Says!"
    $300 24
At 12:03 P.M., August 9, 1974 he was sworn in as president in the East Room of the White House
    $300 28
In 1996 California created a state agency to provide this type of homeowners' insurance
    $300 10
When reading, keep your mind out of this depression between the pages
    $400 21
Name shared by a 1926 Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright & a 1930s gangster nicknamed "Machine Gun"
    $400 16
Some of this illustrator's models serve as hosts for the exhibition devoted to him in Arlington, VT.
    $400 4
As Arnold Jackson on "Diff'rent Strokes", he asked, "What you talkin' about, Willis?"
    $400 25
In the 1950s a putting green was installed for him near the Rose Garden
    $400 29
It's the deposit of funds or documents with a neutral third party instructed to carry out an agreement
    $400 11
A high-priced book may include a forel, one of these that contains the book
    DD: $1,000 22
In 1924 this king wrote, What would "Dear Grandmama....have thought of a Labour government"
    $500 17
Visitors to this Midwestern city may tour the Pabst Mansion, built in 1893 in the Flemish Renaissance style
    $500 5
She signed off "NBC News Overnight" with "And so it goes"
    $500 26
This first president from Massachusetts was called "The Colossus of Independence"
    $500 30
A claim on a debtor's property; the "mechanic's" type is held by a worker who wasn't paid
    $500 12
From Latin for "leaf", it's a sheet of paper folded over to make 4 pages of a book, or it's each page number

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Linda Roy Joe
$1,200 $1,300 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Roy Joe
$1,800 $3,000 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
The kings of Belgium, Denmark & Greece once rode in the stagecoach in his wild west show, "Indian Attack"
    $200 16
This automaker, Japan's largest, also manufactures prefabricated housing
    $200 24
This "Driving Miss Daisy" star was the original Blanche DuBois in "A Streetcar Named Desire" on Broadway
    $200 11
Dates & coconuts come from different species of this tree
    $200 1
In the 1920s, a "generation" of young American writers were "lost" in this European city
    $200 2
This bird is a symbol of love, the soul & the end of the Great Flood
    $400 14
Carlotta Grisi, one of the most famous of these performers, created the title role in "Giselle" in 1841
    $400 17
In 1995 Premier Murayama apologized for Japan's 1910-1945 occupation of this peninsular country
    $400 26
In 1996 Sarah Jessica Parker joined boyfriend Matthew Broderick in the cast of this hit musical
    $400 12
A small shrub called the Egyptian privet provides this orange-red dye used to color hair
    $400 7
The Transcendental Club began as a reaction to this U.S. college's 1836 bicentennial celebration
    DD: $800 3
With its many seeds, this fruit became a symbol of fertility:
[video clue]
    $600 15
This legendary French actress was a teenager when she debuted with the Comedie-Francaise in 1862
    $600 20
In 1996 Bill Clinton became the second U.S. president to address this, this Japanese parliament
    $600 27
The original Anita in Broadway's "West Side Story", she later turned into a "Spider Woman"
    $600 8
City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco was a 1950s hangout for these itinerant writers & poets
    $600 4
The Mi-Lo-Fo, a symbol of bliss in China, is a later fat incarnation of this "enlightened" one
    DD: $2,000 18
With a privateer's commission from the republic of Cartagena, he & his brother Pierre preyed on Spanish ships
    $800 21
In April 1996 the U.S. agreed to return all or part of several military bases on this island to Japan in 7 years
    $800 28
Maybe the "Scent of a" theatre pulled him back; he starred in & directed a revival of "Hughie" in 1996
    $800 9
This group met daily for lunch at a Manhattan hotel from 1919 to the early 1930s
    $800 5
A symbol of manhood; Queen Hatshepsut wore a false one
    $1000 19
This Hungarian piano virtuoso was scandalously involved with the married Princess Carolyne Sayn-Wittgenstein
    $1000 22
This word for a Japanese gangster comes from a losing hand in a card game
    $1000 23
"A Funny Thing Happened" to this star; he was named 1996's Best Leading Actor in A Musical
    $1000 25
The Adriatic variety of this fruit is the one most often used in fruit bars & pastes
    $1000 10
Jay McInerney, Tama Janowitz & other '80s writers shared this label with a group of young actors
    $1000 6
Asclepius' staff, a symbol of this profession, has a serpent curled around it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Roy Joe
$8,000 $7,400 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

First sold in 1912, the Maine hunting shoe was his first retail product

Final scores:

Linda Roy Joe
$10,000 $9,601 $4,900
2-day champion: $22,700 2nd place: Aroma Spa & Aroma Vera Sterling Silver Pendants 3rd place: Oneida Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Linda Roy Joe
$6,400 $8,400 $2,900
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
24 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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Game tape date: 1996-12-18
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