Show #2633 - Wednesday, January 31, 1996

Bill Sloan game 3.


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Michelle Roberts, a lab technician from Seattle, Washington

Mike McCarthy, an Air Force officer from Annandale, Virginia

Bill Sloan, a real estate broker from Mission Viejo, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
"Y" NOT?
    $100 23
This unit of weight is abbreviated mg.
    $100 11
His 1995 Greatest Hits album features several new tracks with the E Street Band
    $100 1
In May 1995 this company delivered its first 777
    $100 6
In 1935 beer was sold in these containers for the first time
    $100 12
Found on Dutch menus, gerookte paling is this snakelike fish, smoked & perhaps served on toast
    $100 17
It can be "spun" by a textile worker or a storyteller
    $200 24
The first modern ones of these, called Lucifers, were invented in 1827 & struck on sandpaper
    $200 22
It took 30 years & an album called "Voodoo Lounge" for this British group to win its first Grammy
    $200 2
In 1979 Israel sent its first cargo ship through this waterway
    $200 7
To generate income, this state legalized the 6-week divorce in 1931 as well as gambling
    $200 13
To prepare potatoes a la Hongroise, you need this Hungarian spice
    $200 18
Name shared by a fanciful clergyman in "Tristram Shandy" & a dead jester in "Hamlet" --- Alas!
    $300 25
To stop staining, Farah makes men's slacks coated with this, usually found on cookware
    $300 28
Fueled by a PBS special, this "ET" co-host's "Live at Red Rocks" album reached No. 1 on the New Age chart
    $300 3
This runnerless sled was first used by North American Indians to haul supplies & game over the snow
    $300 8
A 1933 New Deal measure set up this, the TVA, to provide rural electric power in part of the South
    $300 14
Similar to gingerbread, lebkuchen are spicy cakelike cookies from this country
    $300 19
If Tibetan oxen could talk, they might indulge in this kind of chatter
    $400 26
Hans Lippershey, who invented this instrument in 1608, called it a "looker"
    $400 29
Marcia! Marcia! Marcia! In 1995 this actress who played TV's Marcia Brady released a country album
    $400 4
This type of aircraft is sometimes called a sailplane
    $400 9
In 1930 Hoover Dam was begun & this Grant Wood painting was finished
    $400 15
Cornish pasties, named for this English county, often contain meat & potatoes
    $400 20
You might make a "conference" call to this Crimean resort city
    $500 27
Cesium was the first element found by this process using the band of colored light produced by a prism
    $500 30
Paul Hewson, better known as Bono, is this group's lead singer
    $500 5
It's the name shared by an early warship propelled by oars & the kitchen of a boat or ship
    DD: $500 10
On his 1936 presidential campaign button, he used a sunflower motif, from the Kansas state flower
    $500 16
Melitzanosolata, an eggplant salad, is an appetizer or side dish from this Mediterranean country
    $500 21
It was Richard III's "house"

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

Bill Mike Michelle
$1,500 $1,600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Mike Michelle
$3,400 $2,600 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Hiram Bingham, who discovered this civilization's city of Machu Picchu, was gov. of Connecticut for 1 day
    $200 24
Sapphires come in many colors, but the finest ones are this color
    $200 9
In "Macbeth" Hecate commands this trio, "And now about the cauldron sing, like elves and fairies in a ring"
    $200 1
St. Christopher takes care of travelers & St. Bona takes care of these people who take care of plane travelers
    $200 21
From the Latin for "betrothal", it's a marriage partner, either husband or wife
    $200 3
In 1620 the Pilgrims first landed in the New World on this peninsula & that's no fish story
    $400 17
Columbus named this flagship on his 2nd voyage after the one wrecked on the 1st
    $400 27
This country's diamond rush began after some Boer children found a 21-carat stone in 1866
    $400 10
Shakespeare's narrative poem "Venus And Adonis" is based in part on this poet's "Metamorphoses"
    $400 2
Saint Erasmus, the patron saint of sailors, gets all fired up under this other name
    $400 22
The garden of "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary" includes these, along with cockleshells & pretty maids
    $400 4
It's the Canadian partner of the American falls
    DD: $2,000 18
Pedro Cabral formally took possession of it in 1500 & named it Vera Cruz; we know it as this country today
    $600 28
Auguste Verneuil developed the flame-fusion process of creating these red gems artificially
    $600 11
Kenneth Branagh & Emma Thompson played Benedick & Beatrice in the 1993 film version of this comedy
    $600 7
He's known for asking Jesus, "Quo vadis, Domine?" & being crucified upside-down
    $600 23
This British author's 2 middle names are Ronald Reuel
    $600 5
This island group in the north Atlantic makes up 2 Spanish provinces
    $800 19
Some say the Portuguese sent him to India in 1497 after his brother Paulo turned down the command
    $800 29
This "sea-colored" gem, a birthstone for March, should be cleaned often to retain its sparkle
    DD: $2,000 12
This play's last scene takes place on the pleasure grounds of Portia's house in Belmont
    $800 14
Saint Basil the Blessed was an advisor to the czar in this city; a church there is named for him
    $800 25
In 1885 this Nez Perce chief & his people were moved to a reservation in Washington where he died in 1904
    $800 6
Painters in the Hudson River School featured this mountain range in many of their works
    $1000 20
This Dutchman's discoveries of Fiji, Tonga & New Zealand were a disappointment, since they had no great wealth
    $1000 30
Chatoyancy is the special luminous quality that makes these gems resemble feline features
    $1000 13
Many scholars describe this play about a prince of Tyre as a "romance"
    $1000 15
Hadrian is said to have made martyrs of these 3 legendary sisters, also a trio of virtues
    $1000 26
In 1976 the U.S. Mint issued a medal commemorating his flight through the sound barrier
    $1000 8
Named for the largest deer, this Saskatchewan city has the largest Canadian forces jet-pilot training base

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Mike Michelle
$10,800 $5,000 $6,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The new $92 million Rock and Roll Hall of Fame stands on the shores of this lake

Final scores:

Bill Mike Michelle
$13,100 $8,601 $2,000
3-day champion: $34,000 2nd place: Gateway Family Desktop PC & Computer Cabinet 3rd place: JVC Easy One VHS camcorder

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bill Mike Michelle
$10,800 $3,600 $5,300
29 R,
2 W
11 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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