Show #2804 - Thursday, November 7, 1996


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Pat Stivers, an international consultant from Phoenix, Arizona

Kathy Applebaum, a retail store clerk from Sacramento, California

Marv Macintyre, a development director from Nashua, New Hampshire (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
The year after her movie debut in "The Color Purple", she won a Grammy for Best Comedy Recording
    $100 1
Lake Mirim lies on Uruguay's border with this huge country
    $100 4
Flambeed fruit desserts include Bananas Foster & cherries this
    $100 7
In 1790 the Society of Friends made its first petition to Congress to abolish this
    $100 26
In the 1960s, Loewy's company created this new name for Esso & Loewy designed its double X logo
    $100 21
Of concern to motorists, MPG stands for this
    $200 10
At age 12 he was performing magic under the name "Davino, The Boy Magician"
    $200 2
This country's northernmost state, Schleswigholstein, borders Denmark's Jutland Peninsula
    $200 14
It's the British-sounding name for marinated flank steak carved in thin diagonal slices
    $200 8
In 1834 the U.S. government ordered the Seminoles to leave this state under an 1832 treaty
    $200 27
Because this bus company's dog silhouette looked like "a fat mongrel", Loewy redesigned it from a photo
    $200 22
PTA members know that PTA stands for this
    $300 11
He wrote "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" for his group Queen
    $300 3
This country is less than 5 miles wide from Tysfjord to the Swedish border
    $300 15
A Florentine specialty, uova alla fiorentina are poached eggs & this vegetable topped with Mornay sauce
    $300 16
Workers at the 28 companies that produced 90% of this material in the U.S. went on strike July 15, 1959
    $300 28
Loewy designed Air Force One for this President & designed his memorial stamp issued May 29, 1964
    $300 23
It's the part of blood abbreviated Hb
    $400 12
He played defendant Claus von Bulow in "Reversal of Fortune"
    $400 5
Australia's largest natural freshwater lake, Great Lake, lies in this island state
    $400 19
Usually sold in logs, Montrachet is a type of this food
    $400 17
John Quincy Adams was in this Flemish town in August 1814 negotiating the treaty to end the War of 1812
    $400 29
After Loewy's design added these to the sides of Skylab, astronauts wanted more & bigger ones
    $400 24
It's the U.S. territory abbreviated V.I.
    $500 13
He played lawyer Alan Dershowitz in "Reversal of Fortune"
    $500 6
An important route through these mountains lies between Vladikavkaz, Russia & Tbilisi, Georgia
    $500 20
This Mexican dish with a minced filling rolled in cornmeal is steamed in a corn husk until it's nice & "hot"
    DD: $1,000 18
After Teddy Roosevelt read this book, he ordered a report on the meat-packing industry
    $500 30
In 1946 Loewy added a "headlight" to this household device & made it sleeker
    $500 25
This person who certifies documents is abbreviated NP

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

Marv Kathy Pat
$1,000 $400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marv Kathy Pat
$2,300 $1,400 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Deedee Corradini, a non-Mormon divorcee, was elected this capital's first woman mayor in 1991
    $200 18
The giant in "Jack and the Beanstalk" cries, "Fe, fi, fo, fum! I smell" this
    $200 16
This city's name means "rock coming to a point", not "home to a choo choo"
    $200 27
The flood narrative occupies parts of chapters 6-9 of this book
    $200 1
In the Anableps fish, each of these organs is divided into 2 corneas & 2 retinas
    $200 3
Ray Kellogg helped this star direct the 1968 pro-Vietnam war movie "The Green Berets"
    $400 8
In 1995 this Attorney General disclosed she has Parkinson's disease
    $400 19
Some consider "The Tale of Genji" by Murasaki Shikibu this country's greatest work of fiction
    $400 17
It's been called "The Buckle on the Bible Belt" as well as "Music City, U.S.A."
    $400 28
This third book of the Pentateuch is concerned with the temple personnel, descendants of Levi
    $400 2
Nocturnality protects these flying mammals from dehydration due to their enormous skin area
    $400 12
Buck Henry adapted this author's "Catch-22" for the 1970 film that starred Alan Arkin as Yossarian
    $600 9
This second woman Supreme Court Justice taught law at Rutgers from 1963 to 1972
    $600 21
J.R.R. Tolkien's 1937 novel "The Hobbit" served as a prologue to this trilogy
    $600 20
This state nickname came from Tennesseans' response to the War of 1812
    $600 26
Chapter 1 of the book named for him tells us he was an upright man who "feared God and eschewed evil"
    DD: $1,000 4
About one third of the species of honeycreeper, a bird unique to this U.S. state, have become extinct
    $600 13
12 criminal soldiers commanded by Lee Marvin destroy a chateau full of Germans in this 1967 movie
    DD: $500 10
The first black woman elected to Congress from Texas, she passed away in 1996
    $800 24
This 1934 Dashiel Hammett novel introduced former detective Nick Charles & his wife Nora
    $800 22
Defeated for reelection to Congress, this Tennessean said, "You can go to hell. I'm going to Texas"
    $800 29
In chapter 1, verse 4 of this book, its author identifies himself as John
    $800 5
Vultur gryphus is the scientific name of this large Andean vulture
    $800 14
A real bridge & train were destroyed for the climax of this David Lean epic about POWs
    $1000 11
A former marine zoologist, Dixy Lee Ray served as this state's governor from 1977 to 1981
    $1000 25
In this 1960 novel, Jean Louise Finch, daughter of attorney Atticus Finch, is nicknamed Scout
    $1000 23
A museum in Adamsville is dedicated to this sheriff portrayed in the "Walking Tall" films
    $1000 30
Luke's gospel & this fifth New Testament book are parts of the same historical work
    $1000 6
This white whale of the Arctic Ocean is black or bluish at birth
    $1000 15
This 1981 Wolfgang Petersen film captured the claustrophobic atmosphere of a German submarine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marv Kathy Pat
$12,100 $2,000 $5,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

From Spanish Arabic for "the calendar", this type of book often contains astronomical data

Final scores:

Marv Kathy Pat
$12,500 $3,000 $7,801
2-day champion: $21,900 3rd place: Pinseeker golf clubs + Jeopardy! Challenge scorekeeper 2nd place: trip to Jamaica & stay at the Braco Village Resort + Jeopardy! Challenge scorekeeper

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marv Kathy Pat
$12,100 $2,000 $8,300
22 R,
0 W
7 R,
0 W
26 R,
5 W
(including 3 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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Game tape date: 1996-09-04
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