Show #2596 - Monday, December 11, 1995

Brad Plovan game 1.


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Carl Cope, a credit agent from Allentown, Pennsylvania

Brad Plovan, a lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland

Gwen LaTray, a day care provider from Portage, Indiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The name of this largest Wisconsin city comes from an Algonquian word that may mean "a good place"
    $100 20
In 1995, after nearly 2 years of marriage, Lyle Lovett & this "Pretty Woman" called it quits
    $100 16
Valencias account for about half the crop of these grown each year
    $100 5
This disk-shaped organ in a pregnant woman provides the baby with food & oxygen
    $100 15
This stadium is called "The House that Ruth Built"
    $100 26
The word roger, meaning a rouge, may have led to this term for a pirate flag
    $200 11
In 1905 this Oregon city hosted the Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition
    $200 22
Restaurant chain whose owners include Demi Moore, Arnold Schwarzenegger Sly Stallone & Bruce Willis
    $200 17
The name of this dish often made of leftovers comes from the French word hacher, meaning "to chop"
    $200 6
Part of the body in which you'd find the pectoralis major muscle
    $200 8
The cleanup hitter has this numerical position in the batting order
    $200 27
A person who moves quickly doesn't let this grow under his feet
    $300 12
The submarine USS Drum is on display at this Alabama city's waterfront
    $300 23
In 1995 Jerry Lewis made his Broadway debut as the devilish Applegate in this musical
    $300 18
Vegetables cooked a la Grecque are stewed in lemon juice, seasonings & this oil
    $300 7
Most of the 19 major muscles attached to these 2 forearm bones move the wrist & fingers
    $300 4
This pitch is often called a hook for its hooklike trajectory
    $300 28
The term "dressed to" these may be a corruption of "dressed to then eyne", meaning "to the eyes"
    $400 13
Only 2 West Virginia cities have populations over 50,000: Huntington & this one
    $400 24
The real last name of this "Phantom of the Opera" star is Dumble-Smith
    $400 19
Durum, the hardest type of this grain, is often made into semolina flour
    $400 9
The lower end of this 4 1/2-inch tube divides into 2 bronchi
    $400 3
The mysterious "disease" that struck hitters about to face this pitcher was dubbed Ryanitis
    $400 29
Pride in group endeavors is called this, French for "spirit of the body"
    $500 14
During World War II this Kansas city produced 26,000 military aircraft
    $500 25
This star of "My Cousin Vinny" once recorded a jazz blues album as Little Joe Ritchie
    $500 21
The Hass is a blackish, pebble-skinned variety of this fruit
    DD: $300 10
The chief storage areas for iron in the body are the bone marrow, the spleen & this organ
    $500 2
This stadium's imposing left-field wall became "the Green Monster" after it was painted in 1947
    $500 30
19th c. poet William Ross Wallace wrote that "the hand that" does this "is the hand that rules the world"

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

Gwen Brad Carl
$1,200 $1,100 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gwen Brad Carl
$2,500 $1,200 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
This U.S.-Canadian waterway was formally opened at St. Lambert, Quebec June 26, 1959
    $200 5
This unit of a foot was once defined as the breadth of a man's thumb
    $200 3
In 1954 this "Rite of Spring" composer wrote the vocal work "In Memoriam Dylan Thomas"
    $200 1
This "masked" mammal derives its name from an Indian word meaning "he who scratches with his hand"
    $200 26
This capital of Washington is a great place to sample the oysters of the same name
    $200 21
This villain is jealous when Michael Cassio is appointed o the position of Othello's lieutenant
    $400 9
Since 1867 Japan had has 4 emperors: Mutsuhito, Yoshihito, Hirohito & him
    $400 17
Abbreviated dB, this unit of sound intensity is logarithmic
    $400 13
Legend says he didn't compose the overture to "Don Giovanni" until the night before its first performance
    $400 2
The alligator snapper isn't an alligator but one of these reptiles
    $400 27
Dating back to the 13th century, the Adam and Eve is the oldest of these in Norwich, England
    $400 22
Hiding in an apple barrel, Jim Hawkins hears this one-legged pirate planning mutiny
    $600 10
In May 1957 President Eisenhower met in Washington with this country's leader, Ngo Dinh Diem
    $600 18
The astronomical unit is based on the average distance between these 2 bodies
    $600 14
As a piano duet, his overture to "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was introduced by him & his sister in 1826
    $600 4
3 to 4 feet tall, damas are the largest of these graceful antelopes
    $600 28
We figure you'll know this is the currency of Singapore
    $600 23
In this novel O'Brien, a member of the Inner Party, is Winston Smith's personal torturer & educator
    $800 11
The destruction of a Turkish fleet by the Russians Nov. 30, 1853 led to Britain entering this war
    $800 19
Arcs can be measured in these, minutes & seconds or in radians
    DD: $1,000 15
In 1888 the remains of Beethoven and this Lieder composer were buried side by side in a Vienna cemetery
    DD: $1,000 6
Perhaps the best known macaque is this monkey used in medical research
    $800 29
The County Wicklow Gardens Festival is one of this country's most fragrant annual events
    $800 24
It's not unusual to find Master Blilfil committing villainy in this Henry Fielding novel
    $1000 12
In 1926 this Norwegian & 2 companions became the first to fly from Europe to North America via the North Pole
    $1000 20
IU, used to measure the activity of vitamins, is an abbreviation for this
    $1000 16
A chemistry professor by day, this "Prince Igor" composer took years to complete a work
    $1000 7
The baby lynx of North America is more commonly referred to by this name
    $1000 30
The tallest surviving Mayan building is a temple at the ruins of Tikal in this Central American country
    $1000 25
Monsieur Lheureux drives this Flaubert title character deeper & deeper into debt

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gwen Brad Carl
$9,300 $3,600 $6,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Among guests who surprised him on a 1994 British "This is Your Life" were Buzz Aldrin & Alexi Leonov

Final scores:

Gwen Brad Carl
$6,399 $7,200 $5,800
2nd place: Chippendale game table & chairs and a stereo system+Jeopardy! home game New champion: $7,200 3rd place: Sanyo 31" stereo TV+Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Gwen Brad Carl
$9,300 $3,400 $6,100
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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