Show #2760 - Friday, September 6, 1996

Bernie Cullen game 5.


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Jesse Hergert, an administrative assistant from Washington, D.C.

Kevin Bailey, a systems project manager from Plaistow, New Hampshire

Bernie Cullen, a biology graduate student originally from Dublin, Ireland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $45,502)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Germicidal lamps emit these rays
    $100 9
Legend says Norma Talmadge began a tradition by accidentally stepping in this at Grauman's Chinese Theater in 1927
    $100 4
Eastman Chemical Company was spun off from this photo giant in 1993
    $100 1
A toast to this state calls it "where the corn is full of kernels and the colonels full of corn"
    $100 21
In 1944 Helen Keller campaigned for this president's fourth term
    $100 15
This type of taffy was made famous in Atlantic City in the late 19th century
    $200 12
A 1993 study suggests this type of screening may be unnecessary for low-risk pregnant women
    $200 11
Judy Bayly's dog Lyric saved her by doing this when her oxygen mask slipped off & an alarm sounded
    $200 5
This fruit accounts for about 60% of Chiquita Brands International's income
    $200 2
His comments on politics included "All politics is apple sauce"
    $200 29
George Bush served as director of this spy organization in 1976 & 1977
    $200 16
These baked puddings go back to Civil War days & "apple brown" is the most popular kind
    $300 13
The Ultra High Frequency band on your TV starts at this channel
    $300 24
After spending an estimated $30 million, he backed out of the presidential race in March 1996
    $300 6
This company has been the world's top commercial aircraft maker for more than 30 years
    $300 3
According to Joe Hill, 'Work and pray, live on hay, you'll get" this "in the sky when you die"
    $300 30
The bodies of 8 presidents have lain in state in this room, the largest in the White House
    $300 17
This fruit, whose name comes from Greek daktylos, "finger", may be 55% sugar before drying
    $400 14
It's a one-person plane powered by a small engine
    $400 25
Her kids are Cody Newton & Cassidy Erin
    $400 20
This second-largest U.S. long distance company acquired Western Union International in 1982
    $400 7
In "O Pioneers!", she wrote, "The history of every country begins in the heart of a man or a woman"
    $400 27
Thomas J. Pendergast, boss of Kansas City, launched the political career of this future president in 1922
    $400 18
Attar of these flowers is the traditional flavoring of Turkish delight
    $500 23
This blue pigment was once made from crushed lapis lazuli
    $500 26
On March 26, 1996 this Interior Secretary deliberately opened the flood gates of the Glen Canyon Dam
    $500 22
This chain holds 29% of the seafood restaurant market
    $500 8
Elbert Hubbard defined this as "a monotonous interval between fights"
    DD: $1,000 28
This 30th U.S. president is buried in the family plot in Plymouth, Vermont
    $500 19
This gelatinlike substance is used to make jams, jellies & preserves jell

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

Bernie Kevin Jesse
$700 $100 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bernie Kevin Jesse
$3,300 $1,800 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1920s
(Alex: We have the other kind of SUITES in round two.)
    $200 1
Belva Ann Lockwood, the 1st woman lawyer to practice before this court, had drafted the law to allow it
    $200 18
This "Jurassic Park" author once taught anthropology at Cambridge University
    $200 8
In 1996 Richard Chamberlain again played Ralph de Bricassart for this TV miniseries' "Missing Years"
    $200 2
The League of Nations met for the first time Nov. 15, 1920 in its new headquarters in this Swiss city
    $200 17
On Feb. 14, 1962 the doors opened to this Memphis hospital founded by Danny Thomas
    $200 13
This "Carmen" composer wrote the symphonic suite "Roma" between 1866 & 1868
    $400 7
Smiths in the Hall include Bessie, Margaret Chase & this 2nd first lady, whose maiden name was Smith
    $400 22
His 1986 story "You're Only Old Once!" is "A Book for Obsolete Children"
    $400 9
This singer & drummer for Genesis recently announced his exodus from the group
    $400 3
The results of his inkblot tests were published in "Psycho-diagnostics"
    $400 26
At first only a surgical clinic, this Rochester, Minn. facility became a full medical center around 1915
    $400 14
"Uranus—The Magician" is the sixth part of this Gustav Holst suite
    $600 19
Now president of the American Red Cross, the 1st woman Secretary of Transportation was inducted in 1995
    DD: $3,800 23
A collection of his letters, "From Main Street to Stockholm", was published posthumously in 1952
    $600 10
Best known for her Oscar-winning role as "Mrs. Miniver", she passed away in 1996
    $600 4
In November 1922 Howard Carter & Lord Carnarvon made this famous discovery
    DD: $2,500 15
"Liberian Suite" & "Far East Suite" are among this jazz giant's large-scale works
    $800 20
Membership tripled after Wilma Mankiller became the 1st woman chief of this Native American nation
    $800 24
He modeled Sophie in "Sophie's Choice" on a woman he met while living in Brooklyn
    $800 11
Released in 1995, "Made in Heaven" was Freddie Mercury's final album with this group
    $800 5
After serving as president for 3 years, Zog I was proclaimed king of this country
    $800 28
In 1967 the first human heart transplant was performed at Groote Schuur Hospital in this city
    $800 16
This Spaniard was noted for his interpretations of Bach's suites for unaccompanied cello
    $1000 21
The 2 "mothers" in the hall are Mother Elizabeth Seton & Mary Harris, a labor leader known as this
    $1000 25
His last completed novel, "The Marble Faun", was published in 1860
    $1000 12
This Italian directed a "Romeo and Juliet" film in the 1960s & the 1996 film version of "Jane Eyre"
    $1000 6
In 1923 this Belgian national airline began operations
    $1000 27
The Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. was named for this bacteriologist

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bernie Kevin Jesse
$14,400 $5,600 $3,300
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The flag & the coat of arms of this Canadian province feature a setting sun

Final scores:

Bernie Kevin Jesse
$17,600 $7,100 $6,600
5-day champion: $63,102 + Jeopardy! Roll-a-Puzzle system from Crossword Companion 2nd place: a weeklong trip for two to Almond Beach Resort in Barbados + Jeopardy! Roll-a-Puzzle system from Crossword Companion 3rd place: a Samsung 19" TV/VCR + Jeopardy! Roll-a-Puzzle system from Crossword Companion

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bernie Kevin Jesse
$8,800 $5,600 $3,300
19 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
22 R,
5 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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Game tape date: 1996-08-06
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