Show #2543 - Wednesday, September 27, 1995

Linda Roberts game 3.


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Peg Hausman, a writer and editor from Bloomington, Indiana

Dotty Shekarian, an administrative services director from Bethesda, Maryland

Linda Roberts, a registered nurse from Houston, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
After 3 attempts, she discovered the secret of Samson's strength & betrayed him to the Philistines
    $100 13
Shades of this color include powder, sapphire & navy
    $100 14
Ferrovanadium is an alloy of vanadium & this metal
    $100 6
As this group, Donny & his brothers had only one No. 1 record in the U.S.: "One Bad Apple" in 1971
    $100 7
This Rhode Island city has almost twice the population of Warwick, the state's second largest city
    $100 1
The Spanish term for these scrambled items is huevos revueltos
    $200 27
This queen gave Solomon 120 talents of gold & other precious items
    $200 15
Battleship is a tint of this color
    $200 19
The horny casing of the toes of ungulates is called this
    $200 23
"Piano Man", released in 1973, was his first successful album
    $200 8
On July 4, 1831 "America" was first sung at this city's Park Street Church at the foot of Beacon HIll
    $200 2
When shopping in Lisbon, you may want to ask, "Quanto custa?", which means this
    $300 28
Miriam & Aaron criticized this man, their brother, for marrying an Ethiopian
    $300 16
It's the "flowery" color of Elizabeth Taylor's eyes
    $300 20
In 1990 this space telescope provided the first picture of Charon as completely separate from Pluto
    $300 24
You "can't trust that day", according to The Mamas & The Papas
    $300 9
This capital lies at the southern end of Puget Sound on Budd Inlet & Capitol Lake
    $300 3
In Dutch, apricots are abrikozen, figs are vijgen & this fruit is kokosnoot
    $400 29
Jacob's other name was this, like the 12 tribes descended from him
    $400 17
This color found on the togas of Roman emperors is a synonym for "regal"
    $400 21
He outlines his 3 laws of motion in "Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica"
    $400 25
At age 40, she won 3 Grammys for "Nick of Time", 1989's album of the year
    $400 10
When this future Confederate capital became a city in 1782, half of its population was slaves
    $400 4
The French refer to this season of the year as l'hiver
    $500 30
In 1 Samuel 31 this king falls upon his own sword, opening the way for David to become king
    $500 18
This pale yellow color shares its name with a French region & the sparkling wine produced there
    $500 22
Fusion, the change of a solid to a liquid state, is more commonly called this
    $500 26
This British group's 1979 album "The Wall" included the hit single "Another Brick in the Wall"
    DD: $500 11
Alphabetically, it's the last state capital named for a U.S. president
    $500 5
Italians call this country La Svezia

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Linda Dotty Peg
$800 $300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Dotty Peg
$4,000 $1,300 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In 1791 this future French emperor became a lieutenant colonel in the Corsican National Guard
    $200 21
An APR, or annual percentage rate, is a rate of this
    $200 11
A magazine launched in 1972 helped popularize this courtesy title used before a woman's name
    $200 1
Ticino is this country's southernmost canton
    $200 30
It's voyage was "naturally" chronicled in an 1839 book
    $200 16
This "Heart of Darkness" author's "Nostromo" takes place in the fictional country of Costaguana
    $400 7
Between the 800s & 1400s the Khmer had a Hindu-Buddhist kingdom with its capital in what is now this country
    $400 22
These proceeds from a business may be normal or supernormal & may be "shared" with employees
    $400 12
1994 inductees into the National Women's Hall of Fame included Bella Abzug & this 1984 candidate for VP
    $400 2
This European country's highest point is Vaalserberg which rises 1,053 feet near Maastricht
    $400 29
It was the first nuclear-powered submarine to sail under the North Pole
    $400 17
In Mary McCarthy's "The Group", Kay Strong marries one week after graduation from this college
    $600 8
In 1830 this peninsula connected to southern Spain was made a British crown colony
    DD: $2,000 23
Term for precious metals like gold or silver used in international transactions in bulk form
    $600 13
Grace Murray Hopper, who helped develop COBOL, also coined this term for a computer glitch
    $600 3
The 2 northern extensions of the Red Sea are the Gulf of Aqaba & this gulf
    $600 28
The Cutty Sark was built in 1869 to carry crates of this cargo from China
    $600 18
Manfred de Spain appears in "The Town", "The Mansion" & "The Reivers" by this author
    $800 9
In 1964 Moise Tshombe, who led the Katanga secession, became premier of this country, now Zaire
    $800 24
This German researched his 1859 "Critique of Political Economy" at the British Museum
    $800 14
In 1868 this author of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" co-founded the New England Woman Suffrage Assoc.
    $800 4
This European island nation's largest lake is Thingvallavatn in the southwest
    DD: $1,000 27
Thor Heyerdahl's Kon-Tiki wa made of balsa; his Ra II was made of this material
    $800 19
Both her "The Member of the Wedding" & "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter" feature adolescent tomboys
    $1000 10
This Phoenician city was founded in 814 B.C. on the shores of the Gulf of Tunis
    $1000 25
Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago 1948-1982, he won a 1976 Nobel Prize
    $1000 15
In 1982 Svetlana Savitskaya became the first woman cosmonaut since this one to fly in space
    $1000 5
This Venezuelan river empties into the Atlantic Ocean near Trinidad
    $1000 26
It was the name of Aristotle Onassis' famous yacht
    $1000 20
Tyrone Slothrop, a character in his "Gravity's Rainbow", is also called Ian Scuffling & Rocketman

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Dotty Peg
$10,000 $6,300 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On April 13, 1976 the reverse of this bill was changed from a presidential home to an event

Final scores:

Linda Dotty Peg
$12,601 $7,400 $1
3-day champion: $41,003 + Jeopardy! '92 home game + Jeopardy! electronic game 2nd place: Gateway 2000 family multimedia PC + O'Sullivan desk + Jeopardy! '92 home game + Jeopardy! electronic game 3rd place: KROY labeling system+ Jeopardy! '92 home game + Jeopardy! electronic game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Linda Dotty Peg
$10,300 $6,300 $5,100
28 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
3 W
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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