Show #2728 - Wednesday, June 12, 1996


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Lee Karjala, a commercial photographer from Anaheim, California

Bill Cash, a claims attorney from Branford, Connecticut

Barb Cornell, a registered nurse from Eugene, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
Declaring his bid for the presidency, he called for a "Rainbow Coalition"
    $100 16
These reflecting devices won't steam up if you first run an inch of cold water in the tub
    $100 1
Songs in this musical include "I, Don Quixote' & "The Quest"
    $100 6
The Colorado Desert isn't in Colorado but in this state, where it runs south to Baja
    $100 26
In 1976 this Calcutta woman was awarded the Father Flanagan Award for service to youth
    $100 21
"A penny saved is..."
    $200 12
John Sculley was named president & CEO of this company with Steven Jobs remaining as chairman
    $200 17
After you thread them through a toddler's shoes, knot the ends of these so they can't be pulled out
    $200 2
Their first professional musical collaboration was the score for "Oklahoma!"
    $200 7
Iowa is nicknamed "The Land Between Two Rivers" because it lies between this mighty pair
    $200 27
Completes the line on the town's famous statue of one boy carrying another, "He ain't heavy Father..."
    $200 22
"You can lead a horse to water..."
    $300 13
On August 5 a federal judge approved plans for this company to divest 22 local phone companies
    $300 18
Before prospective buyers come to your house, bake a batch of these for a homey odor
    $300 3
At the end of this musical, Tevye & Golde leave Anatevka for America to join their uncle Abram
    $300 8
These mountains on the Tennessee-North Carolina border are named for the haze that hangs over them
    $300 28
When this movie comedy team visited in 1943, they bought the boys baseball uniforms
    $300 23
"Once bitten...."
    $400 14
In June mayor Coleman Young of this city announced he'd enforce a curfew to reduce juvenile crime
    $400 19
You can dry this part of a chicken or turkey in the microwave for immediate "pulling"
    $400 4
In Act I of this Scotland-set musical, Charlie Dalrymple & Jean MacLaren are married
    $400 9
The boundary between Maine & this state passes through the Isles of Shoals
    $400 29
Father Flanagan opened his first home for boys in 1917 in this Nebraska city
    $400 24
"The opera isn't over..."
    $500 15
The Philippine government identified Rolando Galman as the assassin of this opposition leader
    $500 20
In an emergency you can replace the pull tab on one of these fastening devices with a paper clip
    $500 5
The role of Princess Winnifred in "Once Upon a Mattress" was first played by this comedienne
    DD: $800 10
Saginaw Bay on the coast of Michigan is an inlet of this second-largest Great Lake
    $500 30
In 1988 Bobs Watson & this actor visited Boys Town to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the film
    $500 25
"Soon learnt, soon..."

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

Barb Bill Lee
$900 $800 $2,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barb Bill Lee
$2,000 $1,500 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
"Crime and Punishment" author imprisoned for participation in the subversive Petrashevsky Circle
    $200 11
This "African" flower", Saintpaulia ionatha, is native to Tanzania & Kenya
    $200 26
This director of "The Godfather" purchased the Napa Valley estate of Gustav Niebaum in 1975
    $200 16
On December 6, 1776, the British occupied the naval base at Newport in this colony
    $200 6
This "Basic Instinct" star was recently awarded France's Chevalier Dans L'Ordre Des Arts et Des Lettres
    $200 21
His imperial name meant "Might of the Trinity"
    $400 2
Brendan Behan based the setting of "The Quare Fellow" on a prison in this capital where he'd done time
    $400 12
In South America all of these animals known for their foul-smelling spray are hognosed ones
    $400 27
When seen on a bottle of champagne, NV stands for this
    $400 17
This British general who surrendered at Yorktown captured Philadelphia in 1777
    $400 7
The Clintons were among the guests at the 1995 wedding of Ted Danson & this actress
    $400 22
One theory says this short-haired cat was brought to England by 19th C. soldiers returning from Ethiopia
    $600 3
This author of "The Ransom of Red Chief" spent more than 3 years in an Ohio federal penitentiary
    $600 13
This tree, Acer saccharum, is also known as a rock maple
    $600 28
In the 1890s Baron Rothschild supported Rishon-Le-Zion, a winemaking village in what's now this country
    $600 18
In 1778 this U.S. captain's crew looted the Earl of Selkirk's mansion on St. Mary's Isle
    $600 8
Natasha Richardson, who co-starred in "Nell", is the daughter of Tony Richardson & this British actress
    $600 23
The Falashas are Ethiopians who practice this religion
    $800 4
A letter critical of Stalin written by this "Cancer Ward" author cost him 8 years in labor camps
    DD: $2,600 14
These winds meet at the Equator in a region called the Doldrums
    $800 29
This Tuscan wine is now more often seen in a Bordeaux-type bottle than in the straw-covered fiasco
    $800 19
Just 4 Americans were wounded in the battle for this New Jersey site December 26, 1776
    $800 9
This Swedish star retired from the screen after the release of her 1941 film "Two-Faced Woman"
    $800 24
In 1868 this Anglo-American explorer reported on the British capture of Magdala, then the capital
    $1000 5
He wrote "De Profundis" during 2 years at hard labor at Reading Gaol
    $1000 15
This German physicist known for his constant taught at the University of Berlin from 1889 to 1928
    $1000 30
This country is known for its Lancers & Mateus roses as well as for Madeira
    $1000 20
The Battle of Monmouth, a sweaty 1778 stalemate, is perhaps best remembered for this heroine
    $1000 10
Dubbed "The Sweater Girl", this glamorous star of the '40s & '50s passed away in 1995
    DD: $2,500 25
In 1993, after a 30-year-war, this country won its independence from Ethiopia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barb Bill Lee
$7,200 $9,400 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The last 2 U.S. men to win the men's singles gold medal in figure skating, in 1984 & 1988

Final scores:

Barb Bill Lee
$4,400 $18,690 $399
2nd place: Trip to 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta New champion: $18,690 3rd place: Pair of Jules Jurgensen watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barb Bill Lee
$7,200 $7,900 $7,500
21 R,
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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Game tape date: 1996-02-06
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