Show #2733 - Wednesday, June 19, 1996

Mary Hirschfeld game 3.


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Lyndia Lowy, a secretary from Los Angeles, California

Sally Cassil, a librarian from Santa Fe, New Mexico

Mary Hirschfeld, a professor of economics originally from Pullman, Washington (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
This wormlike creature sits atop a mushroom "with its arms folded, quietly smoking a long hookah"
    $100 3
This Cuban-born entertainer was known as Mr. Babalu
    $100 23
This saint associated with Christmas gave bags of gold as dowries for poor girls
    $100 18
In 1811 this statesman married his wealthy cousin Floride Bonneau Calhoun
    $100 13
    $100 1
With a population of over 365,000, it's Minnesota's largest city
    $200 9
At the trial of the Knave of Hearts, this group consists of 12 animals, including Bill the Lizard
    $200 4
His most famous roles include a wrathful Khan & a fantastic Roarke
    $200 24
Richard Morris Hunt planned the pedestal for this gift from the French people to the Americans
    $200 19
This silversmith had 8 children by his first wife Sarah, & 8 more by his second wife, Rachel
    $200 14
    $200 2
In 1865 Edward Whymper became the first to reach the top of this Alpine peak
    $300 28
Tenniel's drawings of this milliner may be of Theophilus Carter, an eccentric inventor who wore a top hat
    $300 5
Cesar Romero, Duncan Renaldo & most recently Jimmy Smits played this Hispanic western hero
    $300 25
On this Marquis' 1824-25 visit to the U.S., Congress voted him a gift of $200,000 & a tract of land
    $300 20
This frontier judge was born in Mason County, Kentucky, but his exact birthdate is unknown
    $300 15
Of Science,
of Foxhounds,
of ceremonies
    $300 10
A certain points, this principality stretches less than one-quarter mile inland from the Mediterranean
    $400 29
At the Mad Tea Party, this long-eared character offers wine to Alice, even though there isn't any
    DD: $500 6
Her resume lists "Rockford Files" (Emmy); "The Ritz" (Tony); "West Side Story" (Oscar); "The Electric Co." album (Grammy)
    $400 26
Italy donated 3,700 tons of marble for this D.C. performing arts complex that opened in 1971
    $400 21
This early U.S. president often practiced the violin 3 hours a day
    $400 16
    $400 11
In June 1942 the U.S. won a decisive victory over the Japanese in this air & sea battle
    $500 30
This fabulous monster with an eagle's head & a lion's body takes Alice to see the Mock Turtle
    $500 7
She found additional "Fame" singing the theme to "Flashdance"
    $500 27
Blenheim Palace was a public gift to John Churchill, Duke of this
    $500 22
Prominent temperance leader Neal Dow was this party's presidential candidate in 1880
    $500 17
    $500 12
This longest Canadian river flows from the Great Slave Lake to the Beaufort Sea

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

Mary Sally Lyndia
$400 $2,200 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Sally Lyndia
$2,500 $4,100 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
On January 1 ceremonies in Philadelphia mark the birthday of this flagmaker
    $200 1
In 1994 the name of this most famous Italian sparkling wine was shortened to Asti
    $200 9
Decades before Rossini, Andre Gretry wrote an opera about this Swiss hero
    $200 4
English physicist Ralph Fowler explained the structure of the white dwarf type of this heavenly body
    $200 20
A top tune in 1942 was "I've Got a Gal in" this Michigan city
    $200 18
The design and position of this knightly headgear denote rank; a peer's is shown in profile
    $400 13
Though she spent much of her childhood in Arizona, this Supreme Court justice was born in El Paso, Texas
    $400 2
More than 75% of this country's wines are produced on the Niagara Peninsula
    $400 10
Erda the Earth goddess is the mother of the Valkyries in this composer's "Ring" cycle
    $400 5
He was a world authority on gall wasps before founding his institute for sex research in 1942
    $400 21
When it was chosen as state capital in 1847, only a sawmill & a log house were there
    $400 19
In England the cadency mark of a second son is this shape associated with rolls and moons
    $600 14
She learned the art of making wax figures from her uncle Philippe Curtius
    $600 17
The "crusted" type of this Iberian after-dinner wine has a crust that forms during the aging process
    $600 11
Verdi & Salieri both wrote operas about this fat, funny Shakespearean character
    $600 6
Hugo de Vries, Gregor Mendel & George Washington Carver are classified as these
    $600 26
The home of this Silverdome, or a car to drive there
    $600 23
On Norway's coat of arms, this popular heraldic animal stands rampant, holding an axe in its paws
    $800 15
In 1912 this famous Titanic survivor presented the captain of the Carpathia with a silver loving cup
    $800 29
California is noted for producing the Johannisberg type of this German-style white wine
    $800 12
The Goose-Girl is the heroine of this "Hansel and Gretel" composer's fairy tale opera "The Royal Children"
    $800 7
This 19th century German mineralogist developed a famous hardness scale
    DD: $600 27
Michigan's busiest port
    $800 24
Vair is the heraldic term of the fur of this arboreal rodent, represented by bell shapes
    DD: $1,000 16
In the 1940s this wife of a magazine publisher served 2 terms in Congress
    $1000 30
Tokay Eszencia is a rare, expensive type of this country's esteemed Tokay wine
    $1000 22
This ancient Greek poetess is the heroine of an 1840 opera by Giovanni Pacini
    $1000 8
The system of mathematical logic devised by George Boole is called Boolean this
    $1000 28
When GM workers struck in this city in 1936 & 1937, the "sparks" created got the UAW recognized
    $1000 25
A rooster is depicted on a Masai shield on this country's coat of arms

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Sally Lyndia
$9,300 $5,100 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1948 this sportswear company was founded in Germany by Adolph Dassler

Final scores:

Mary Sally Lyndia
$10,201 $9,700 $999
3-day champion: $41,403 2nd place: trip to the 1996 Olympics 3rd place: Zodiac watch

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mary Sally Lyndia
$9,900 $5,000 $5,000
26 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 1996-02-07
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