Show #2673 - Wednesday, March 27, 1996


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Lorna Valentine, a teacher from Concord, California

Doug Carter, a schoolteacher from Albuquerque, New Mexico

Marty Sade, a math teacher from Tucson, Arizona (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
Located in Kentucky, it's the site of the U.S. Gold Bullion Depository
    $100 1
He made his "big" screen debut in "He Knows You're Alone", which would probably scare Forrest Gump
    $100 6
His West Orange, New Jersey home was made a national historic site in 1955
    $100 11
Her naked ride is probably legendary, but she did help found a monastery in Coventry
    $100 12
Word that ends Henny Youngman's line
"Take my wife...."
    $100 23
Many students live in this type of residence hall whose name is from the Latin for "sleeping quarters"
    $200 19
The only house Abraham Lincoln ever owned was in this capital city
    $200 2
Born Alicia Foster, she made her movie debut as a child in the 1972 Disney film "Napoleon and Samantha"
    $200 7
In 1867 his perfected sewing machine won a gold medal at the Paris exhibition
    $200 13
This author wrote a biography of actor-manager Gerald Du Maurier, her father
    $200 17
This humorist said, "Politics has got so expensive that it takes lots of money to even get beat with"
    $200 24
Instead of semesters, some colleges divide the academic year into 3 terms called these
    $300 20
In area, Los Alamos is this state's smallest county
    $300 3
The 1980 college comedy "Midnight Madness" marked the film debut of this "Back to the Future" star
    $300 8
In December 1855 this inventor of vulcanized rubber was jailed in Paris for debt
    $300 14
She & her husband Julius were convicted of espionage on the testimony of her brother David Greenglass
    $300 28
She wrote to F. Scott Fitzgerald, "Don't you think I was made for you?"
    $300 25
Prince Charles was the keynote speaker at this Virginia university's 300th anniv. celebration in 1993
    $400 21
While it's been called the "Clam State" & "Mosquito State", it's officially the "Garden State"
    $400 4
She won her first film role in 1970's "Joe", when she accompanied her then-husband Chris Sarandon to an audition
    $400 9
This air brake inventor also developed a complete railroad signal system
    $400 15
On Dec. 2, 1994 this alleged "Hollywood Madam" was found guilty of pandering
    $400 29
Hemingway wrote, "All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called" this
    $400 26
This west coast school boasts a column fragment from the area of the ancient city of Troy
    $500 22
In 1990 molten lava from this Hawaiian volcano was 50 feet deep in some places
    $500 5
She played a nurse in the 1976 film "A Matter of Time", which starred her mother, Ingrid Bergman
    $500 10
This developer of a steel-making process was knighted in 1879
    $500 16
She married Adolf Hitler in a Berlin air raid shelter on April 29, 1945 & killed herself the next day
    DD: $700 30
This first lady wrote, "It's misery when you become addicted"
    $500 27
It's a campus building used for social activities; its name sounds like a labor organization

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

Marty Doug Lorna
$1,900 $800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Doug Lorna
$2,900 $3,400 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
This structure erected for the Paris exposition of 1889 was the world's tallest for 40 years
    $200 26
When this D.C. street was permanently closed between 15th & 17th on May 20, 1995 it made headlines
    $200 2
This former Dodger pitcher was nicknamed "El Toro"
    $200 1
Only 2 species of this bird live in the Antarctic through the year: the adelie & the emperor
    $200 4
A museum devoted to this "Ol' Man River" is located on Mud Island in Memphis
    $200 15
In 1995 this former British prime minister published her 2nd volume of memoirs, "The Path to Power"
    $400 9
He took his "Greatest Show on Earth" to London, where he himself was one of the greatest attractions
    $400 3
This star of the film "Zorba The Greek" was born in Chihuahua, Mexico
    $400 22
At one time Australia offered a bounty for these large birds because they were destroying crops
    $400 13
In addition to Rembrandt's "The Night Watch", this museum houses the Museum of Asiatic Art
    $400 18
In "Return to Earth", this 2nd man to walk on the moon told of the pressures he faced on & off the job
    $600 10
The Dominion Arboretum & Botanic Garden, Canada's oldest, was founded in this capital
    $600 29
London street best known as the '60s home of the "mod" style
    $600 5
This "Evil Ways" rock group founder was born Autlan de Navarro in 1947
    $600 23
The solitaire, a more agile relative of this extinct bird of Mauritius, lasted another 100 years
    $600 14
NYC's Cooper-Hewitt Museum has the world's largest collection of drawings by this Maine artist
    $600 19
In 1980 this former vice president published his autobiography, "Go Quietly....Or Else"
    $800 11
In June 1889 he executed the "Starry Night" painting
    $800 28
In May 1995 San Francisco closed this crookedest street in the world to repair it
    $800 6
This guerrilla leader of the agrarian movement helped Madero overthrow Diaz in 1911
    $800 24
Although this New Zealand bird stands only about 12 inches high, it lays eggs about 5 inches long
    $800 16
This Malibu, California museum is housed in a re-creation of the Villa Dei Papiri in Herculaneum
    DD: $2,500 20
Among this late entertainer's autobiographies are "The Man in the Straw Hat" & "I Remember It Well"
    $1000 12
On November 14 this reporter set off on her 72-day trip around the world
    $1000 27
Government ministry offices line this street that runs from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square
    $1000 7
In January 1995 this president declared an "economic emergency" & enacted crisis measures
    $1000 25
In central Argentina, gauchos with bolas hunt this large bird for sport
    DD: $1,500 17
You'll find the International Museum of Photography in this New York city
    $1000 21
Famous for her work with polio patients, this Australian nurse called her autobiography "And They Shall Walk"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Doug Lorna
$9,700 $7,000 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This company established its first village in 1950 in Alcudia on the island of Majorca

Final scores:

Marty Doug Lorna
$14,001 $0 $10,500
3-day champion: $40,001 3rd place: Motorola MicroTac Cellular Phone 2nd place: Trip to Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marty Doug Lorna
$7,500 $6,800 $5,500
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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