Show #2685 - Friday, April 12, 1996

Michael Dupée game 4.


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Bruce Clark, an attorney from Albuquerque, New Mexico

Joe McNamara, a naval flight officer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Michael Dupee, an attorney from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $44,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
Elizabeth Barton, who condemned this king's relationship with Anne Boleyn, was condemned & executed in 1534
    $100 19
After "Perry Mason" was canceled, Raymond Burr returned as this wheelchair-bound detective
    $100 26
In the 1930s Carroll F. Chatham invented a process to create these green gems artificially
    $100 6
The Great Saint Bernard & Little Saint Bernard passes traverse these mountains
    $100 1
From 1884 to 1888 the Trolley Dodgers played for this city, now a New York borough
    $100 16
You don't have to be nosy to know "Jeopardy!" is taped at this studio
    $200 12
Saint Hyacinth, whose uncle was the bishop of Krakow, is the apostle of this country
    $200 20
In the 1995 miniseries "Buffalo Girls", Anjelica Huston played this notorious frontierswoman
    $200 27
This highly prized form of corundum gets its red color from minute amounts of chromium
    $200 7
At its narrowest point, this strait separates Europe from Africa by about 8 miles
    $200 2
In 1903 the Baltimore Orioles became the New York Highlanders; in 1913 they became this team
    $200 17
Apes might enjoy eating these legumes
    $300 13
During WWI this future president of Vietnam worked at the Carlton Hotel in London
    $300 21
Before heading a "Dynasty", he played professor Mike Endicott on "To Rome With Love"
    $300 28
The waters north of Australia yield large silver-white ones of these
    $300 8
This Icelandic capital is located on a bay called Faxafloi
    $300 3
In 1944-45 a Philadelphia team was named this; today it's the name of Toronto's team
    $300 18
Lois painted a lovely picture of this barnyard structure in oils
    $400 14
"Aut Caesar Aut Nihil" --- "Either Caesar or Nothing" -- was a motto used by Cesare of this notorious family
    $400 22
From 1982 to 1985 Julia Louis-Dreyfus was one of the regulars on this comedy show
    $400 29
Alexandrite & this "feline" gemstone are varieties of the same mineral
    $400 9
These mountains form a natural barrier between Spain & France
    $400 4
In 1890 this city had a team called the Bisons; a little redundant, don't you think?
    $400 24
It's a snap to wash these items of cookware if they're non-stick
    $500 15
A national hero for his defense of Mafeking during the Boer War, he later founded the Boy Scouts
    $500 23
In 1995 Kristy McNichol, who flew the coop from this sitcom, returned for the final episode
    $500 30
These October birthstones may lose their color & crack if allowed to dry out
    DD: $500 10
Yding Skovhoj, Denmark's highest point, is located on this peninsula
    $500 5
This city's 19th C. teams included the Eclipse & the Colonels, but not the Sluggers
    $500 25
The name of this Canadian province is an anagram of "main boat"

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

Michael Joe Bruce
$2,600 $1,400 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Joe Bruce
$3,800 $3,000 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
He ran for a U.S. Senate seat in 1964 & 1970 before winning one in 1974
    $200 27
It's the kind of meat you need to make schweineschnitzel
    $200 2
On March 20, 1969, he married Yoko Ono in the registrar's office in Gibraltar
    $200 8
Senator & Mrs. Bird aid Eliza as she flees the Shelby estate in this Harriet Beecher Stowe novel
    $200 3
The Jewish sabbath begins at sunset on this day
    $200 13
This literary count was born in 1828 at Yasnaya Polyana, the estate where he lived most of his life
    $400 22
This astronaut who died in the Apollo 1 fire was the subject of "Starfall", co-written by his wife Betsy
    $400 30
You'll need a pound of these spears to make the soup known as spargelsuppe
    $400 4
Before "It's Not Unusual" became a major hit, he performed under the name "Tiger Tom"
    $400 9
This Gore Vidal transsexual protagonist's original first name was Myron
    $400 21
Gandhi said, "Hinduism will live so long as there are Hindus to protect" this animal
    $400 14
Count Andrassy helped arrange the Compromise of 1867, which created this dual monarchy
    $600 23
In "Apollo 13" Tom Hanks portrays this astronaut
    $600 29
Gerostete Austern are these mollusks roasted & served on the half shell
    $600 5
In 1962 this trumpeter & Jerry Moss founded A&M Records
    $600 10
In her "The Bell Jar", Doreen is picked up by Lenny Shepherd, a New York disk jockey
    $600 20
His enlightenment has been dated to around 528 B.C. after a 7-week stay under the bodhi tree
    $600 15
Count Bernadotte, a diplomat & nephew of this country's King Gustav V, was assassinated in 1948
    DD: $400 24
Buzz Aldrin left NASA in 1971 & became commander of the test pilot school at this California air force base
    $800 28
Kase is this dairy product, an essential ingredient in the dish known as kasespatzle
    $800 6
CCR's 1969 hit "Proud Mary" was written by this man, the group's lead vocalist
    $800 11
Blackmailer Arthur Geiger is murdered in this author's "The Big Sleep"
    $800 19
Methodist John Wesley was adamant about not breaking away from this church
    $800 16
This inventor of the first electric battery also discovered & isolated methane gas
    $1000 25
In 1981, on the Soyuz 40 mission, Dumitru Prunariu became the first person from this country in space
    $1000 26
The name of hasenohren, which are deep-fried pastries, means this animals' ears
    $1000 7
"Everybody's Talkin'", the theme to "Midnight Cowboy", was his first Top 10 hit
    DD: $200 12
Clif Clawson is the medical school roommate of this Sinclair Lewis title character
    $1000 1
According to the first Vatican Council, when the Pope speaks this way, he's infallible
    $1000 17
This Polish count distinguished himself at the 1777 Battle of Brandywine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Joe Bruce
$9,200 $6,600 $4,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At a May 1995 auction, a painting by her sold for $3.2 million, barely topping one by her husband

Final scores:

Michael Joe Bruce
$5,199 $4,999 $1
4-day champion: $49,401 2nd place: a trip to Carmel, California + a Panasonic camcorder 3rd place: Franchi Menotti sports watch

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Joe Bruce
$10,400 $6,600 $4,100
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
3 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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Game tape date: 1995-12-13
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