Show #2850 - Friday, January 10, 1997

Paul Gutowski game 1.


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Paul Gutowski, a substance abuse counselor from Rockford, Illinois

Victoria Esser, a homemaker and writer from Lansing, Michigan

Kim Mihalick, a bartender from Merrillville, Indiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Water is fluoridated to help prevent these body parts from decaying
    $100 14
Diamonds & Emeralds is a gem of a fragrance from this beauty known for her "Passion"
    $100 4
In one episode of the original "Jetsons", a millionaire tried to take him away
    $100 18
This Swedish capital has hotels named for Lord Nelson & his mistress, Lady Hamilton
    $100 6
For their part in this 1770 Massachusetts riot, 2 soldiers were branded on the thumb
    $100 19
In Chinese dualistic philosophy, Yin is the female cosmic principle; this is the male
    $200 2
Myocarditis is the inflammation of this muscle
    $200 15
Brooke Shields suggests using a cream type of this cheek cosmetic if your skin is extremely dry
    $200 5
In 1969 he began traveling around in The Mystery Machine with Freddy, Daphne, Velma & Shaggy
    $200 27
Among the hotels with casinos in this city are Shepheard's, the Ramses Hilton & the Nile Hilton
    $200 9
This monument with a 19-foot seated statue was dedicated by President Harding May 30, 1922
    $200 20
This Canadian territory's coat-of-arms features a husky dog at its top
    $300 3
A dilute solution of this acid forms the electrolyte in a lead-acid car battery
    $300 24
A skin care product by La Prairie is named for & made to resemble this fish roe delicacy
    $300 7
This hound was the star of the first animated cartoon to win an Emmy
    $300 28
A magnificent collection of gold & jewels is displayed in the Gold room in this St. Petersburg museum
    $300 10
The Supreme Court's 7-2 decision in this slavery case helped bring on the Civil War
    $300 21
Some say this term for New Englanders originated from a Scottish word for "clever"
    $400 8
Its symbol K comes from kalium, a Latinized version of the Arabic word for alkali
    $400 25
Many women find "Rapture" in these lingerie boutiques; it's one of their signature fragrances
    $400 12
This fearless bulldog helps Jonny Quest & Hadji foil crime
    $400 29
Horseshoe Bay may be the most popular beach in this British colony in the Atlantic
    $400 11
Though elected to the Senate in 1930, this Louisiana governor didn't take his seat until 1932
    $400 22
This popular Crimean health resort was an ancient Greek colony
    DD: $500 13
It's the type of energy a body possesses by virtue of its movement
    $500 26
Guerlain perfume named for the "Garden of Love" built by a Mogul emperor
    $500 17
Doggie Daddy's son
    $500 30
Hua Hin is a favorite seaside resort of this country's ruling Chakkri family; their summer palace is there
    $500 16
In September, 1971, 43 people were killed during a 4-day riot at this New York prison
    $500 23
In the U.S. Navy this petty officer performs clerical duties

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

Kim Victoria Paul
$2,100 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kim Victoria Paul
$4,500 $2,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Martin Behaim made a globe based on the writings of Ptolemy & this Italian traveler among others
    $200 19
His younger brother Josef composed waltzes too
    $200 2
This party fruit drink may take its name from the Hindi word for five, for its 5 original ingredients
    $200 22
He rescues Friday from cannibals & later rescues Friday's father as well
    $200 8
Due to the great falls on this river, large ships can't go past Washington, D.C.
    $200 14
John Wayne won his Oscar for playing marshall Rooster Cogburn in this 1969 film
    $400 4
On April 9 this "magnificent" Florentine died at Careggi
    DD: $100 21
Composer of the opera that included the following; it premiered in Vienna, May 1, 1786:
    $400 3
Squab is generally used to refer to one of these birds under 4 weeks old
    $400 23
Dickens novel containing the line "It is a far, far better thing that I do, that I have ever done"
    $400 9
More than 30 bridges in Paris pass over this river
    $400 15
Role played by Wayne in "The Alamo"
    $600 5
Ajaccio, capital of this French Mediterranean island, was settled by Genoese colonists
    $600 28
Born in Bergen in 1843, he's been called "The most distinguished Norwegian composer of the 19th century"
    $600 11
This Japanese "rice wine" is traditionally served hot in an earthenware bottle called a tokkuri
    $600 24
The Houyhnhnms in this 1726 satire have the forms of horses
    $600 10
The world's largest delta is formed by the Brahmaputra & this sacred river
    $600 16
Mervyn LeRoy assisted Wayne in directing this 1968 film about the special forces in Vietnam
    $800 6
Casimir IV was succeeded as king of this country by his son John Albert
    $800 29
This "Babes in Toyland" composer helped found the organization known as ASCAP
    $800 13
Peach Melba was one of the creations of this famous French chef
    $800 25
This Edward Bulwer-Lytton novel is set in 79 A.D.
    $800 12
Canals connect this 2200-mile long river to the Baltic, Black & White Seas & to Moscow
    $800 17
It's said this 1939 John Ford western was the first movie filmed at Monument Valley in Utah & Arizona
    $1000 7
This last Moorish stronghold in Spain fell to the Spaniards in January
    $1000 30
His "Pomp And Circumstance" is actually a set of 5 marches
    $1000 20
Named for an Austrian city, it's a buttery pastry with raspberry jam & a lattice-top crust
    DD: $1,000 26
The title of this 1910 E.M. Forster novel refers to the home of Henry & Margaret Wilcox
    $1000 27
It flows 626 miles across the Iberian peninsula before entering the Atlantic near Lisbon
    $1000 18
Maureen O' Hara & her brother appeared in this 1952 film made in Ireland

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kim Victoria Paul
$7,200 $1,600 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Books by this man include "North West Passage" (1908) & "The South Pole" (1912)

Final scores:

Kim Victoria Paul
$3,200 $1,600 $14,401
2nd place: Trip to Mexico City/Ixtapa 3rd place: Peoplelounger Chaise Lounger New champion: $14,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kim Victoria Paul
$7,300 $1,600 $9,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
2 W
19 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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Game tape date: 1996-11-05
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