Show #2924 - Thursday, April 24, 1997


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Keith Milsark, a marketing director from Orlando, Florida

Ann Hall-Rogalinski, a paralegal from Franklin, Wisconsin

Roger Bauman, a financial analyst from St. Paul, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
God told Adam, "Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat: but of" this one
    $100 16
This former mayor of Carmel, California played 3 songs on the piano in "In The Line Of Fire"
    $100 21
This device reads 234-240 degrees F. when your candy reaches the soft ball stage
    $100 1
The metropolitan area of this Michigan capital occupies parts of 3 counties
    $100 26
The origins of this company can be traced back to the production of a car called the Dat in 1911
    $100 6
It's a wine glass with a base & a stem
    $200 8
It was God's sign to Noah that he would never again flood the Earth
    $200 17
This current James Bond was a fire eater while with the London Street Theatre Group
    $200 22
Before baking the peanut butter type of these, Heloise flattens them with a potato masher
    $200 2
The area of this Wyoming capital was first occupied by the Native American tribe for which it's named
    $200 27
Ash Wednesday is a movable feast falling this many days, excluding Sundays, before Easter
    $200 10
The insane emperor Commodus fought in the arena as one of these combatants
    $300 9
In Joshua the Israelites made a miraculous crossing of this river, much as they did at the Red Sea
    $300 18
This female star of "Splash" sung backup vocals on Jackson Browne's hit "You're A Friend of Mine"
    $300 23
The "bulb" type of this utensil moistens meat while it's cooking
    $300 3
This city is the center of Alabama's fertile "Black Belt" agricultural area
    $300 28
In 1950 this former first lady won the second Four Freedoms Award
    $300 12
During WWII this island was the site of the first major Allied offensive in the Pacific
    $400 11
This collection of sayings is sometimes referred to as the "Book of Wisdom"
    $400 19
In 1972 this future wife of Alec Baldwin & her mother posed together as models for Breck shampoo
    $400 24
As a verb, it means to insert strips of fat into meat; as a noun, it's rendered pork fat itself
    $400 4
Lincoln University in this Missouri capital was founded by black Civil War veterans
    $400 29
The National Air & Space Museum's planetarium is named for this German-American physicist
    $400 13
Grammatically speaking, it's a verbal noun ending in "ing"
    $500 14
While living in Midian, he married Zipporah
    $500 20
To play the role of Nazi Amon Goeth in "Schindler's List", this actor gained about 25 pounds
    $500 25
These onion relatives found in vichyssoise must be washed carefully to remove dirt from the leaves
    DD: $500 5
This capital's 1970 merger with the town of Douglas made it the nation's largest state capital in area
    $500 30
Snaketown on the Gila River in this state is the best-studied village of the Hohokam culture
    $500 15
The Soviet Union's chief administration of corrective labor camps was known by this Russian acronym

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

Roger Ann Keith
$900 $700 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Ann Keith
$600 $1,700 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
Earlier in 1775 he rode to warn the patriots to move their military stores from Concord
    $200 26
In 1996 Lou Diamond Phillips filled Yul Brynner's royal shoes for a revival of this musical
    $200 6
This tiny principality is bordered on 3 sides by the French department of Alpes-Maritmes
    $200 21
Harpooneers in this novel include Tashtego, Daggoo & Queequeg, a cannibal
    $200 1
The artists who covered nudity painted by him in the Sistine Chapel were called "breeches makers"
    $200 11
At 24 miles, Loch Awe is the longest lake in this country of Great Britain
    $400 15
After his father failed several times, this man succeeded in developing the mechanical grain reaper
    $400 27
Patti LuPone, Glenn Close & Betty Buckley have all played Norma Desmond in this show
    $400 7
Both Spain's & California's highest mountain peaks are in a range called this
    $400 22
This 1950 Ray Bradbury book collected 26 stories about Earth's colonization of Mars
    $400 2
In 1792 Thomas Lawrence succeeded Sir Joshua Reynolds as principal painter to this king
    $400 12
Guinness says the longest of these dance lines was formed by 119,986 people at a 1988 Miami festival
    $600 16
"It's Good To Be Alive" is the autobiography of this 1950s Brooklyn Dodgers catcher
    DD: $800 28
Theatre troupe seen here, they've created quite a noise in the dance world:
[video clue]
    DD: $500 8
Balaklava lies on the tip of this peninsula, opposite Yalta
    $600 23
This 1854 Thoreau work is subtitled "Or Life in the Woods"
    $600 3
The Vermeer show at this Washington, D.C. gallery was shut down Dec. 16, 1995 by the budget impasse
    $600 13
The longest match at this tournament lasted 112 games when Pancho Gonzalez beat Charles Pasarell
    $800 17
This commander of the AEF in WWI taught military science at the University of Nebraska in the 1890s
    $800 29
Try to remember this long-running musical that features the song "Try To Remember"
    $800 9
This Sudanese capital is located at the junction of the Blue & the White Nile
    $800 24
In "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", this character kills Dr. Robinson, a murder witnessed by Tom
    $800 4
Paal Enger, one of those who stole his "The Scream" in Oslo in 1994, was sentenced to prison in 1996
    $800 19
The longest inscription of these symbols is the more than 700 on the 9th century Rokstenen
    $1000 18
This orator served as Secretary of State under William Henry Harrison & John Tyler
    $1000 30
Bob Fosse made his choreographic debut with this musical about a threatened strike in a sleepwear factory
    $1000 10
It's the landlocked African country formerly known as Bechuanaland
    $1000 25
"Sons", the second novel in her "House of Earth" trilogy, traces the lives of Wang Lung's 3 sons
    $1000 5
This pop artist of comics-inspired images was awarded the National Medal of Art in 1995
    $1000 20
Country with the longest national road; it runs 4,860 miles from a city with a woman's name to one with a man's

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Ann Keith
$7,200 $3,900 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Last awarded in 1970, the Jules Rimet Cup was replaced by this trophy in 1974

Final scores:

Roger Ann Keith
$5,199 $2,400 $0
2-day champion: $19,999 2nd place: Trip to Gran Hotel Bahia Del Duque, Tenerife, Canary Islands 3rd place: Amana E-Z Reach Refrigerator/Freezer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roger Ann Keith
$7,200 $4,200 $4,700
15 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 1997-01-14
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