Show #2670 - Friday, March 22, 1996


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Maria Canavan, an audiologist originally from Warwick, New York

Tisa Lawless, a pathologist's assistant from Long Lake, Minnesota

Jo Ellen Eppink, a librarian from Sugarland, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,795)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
A city in Utah is named for this Virginia home of Thomas Jefferson
    $100 11
On June 14, 1995 this team led by Hakeem Olajuwon won its second straight NBA title
    $100 16
It's fun to pull this saltwater candy into long strands, then cut it into bite-size pieces
    $100 26
These pendulous body parts of Doberman pinschers are often cropped to make them stand up
    $100 21
Common abbreviation for the Latin phrase meaning "In the year of our Lord"
    $100 1
The history of the Tower of London goes back to the fortress built by this conqueror
    $200 7
Bertha Raffetto wrote Nevada's official one, "Home Means Nevada"
    $200 12
In 1985 he became the first jockey to win over $100,000,000 in career purses
    $200 17
In 1995 Mrs. Gooch's Market in Glendale, Calif. baked a 710-lb cake made from 825 of these orange veggies
    $200 27
A dog cools its body mainly by panting because these glands are only found on its feet
    $200 22
It's the word for 1/10 of a century
    $200 2
In 1633 he was brought before the Inquisition for believing the doctrine of the Earth moving around the sun
    $300 8
Some descendants of Jean Lafitte's pirate crew still live on Grand Isle in this state
    $300 13
Muhammad Ali called his 1974 heavyweight fight with this recent champ the "Rumble In The Jungle"
    $300 18
Frankenberry, Booberry & Count Chocula are types of these made by General Mills
    $300 28
Like other running animals, many dogs lack this bone also called the clavicle
    $300 23
Season during which many clocks in the U.S. are set ahead an hour
    $300 3
In 1812 Napoleon's Grand Army of 614,000 invaded this country; months later only 40,000 were left
    $400 9
Every other year the people of Monroe in this state celebrate Cheese Days
    $400 14
He won the Indy 500 in 1992 & 1994; his father won the race on 4 previous occasions
    $400 19
Guinness says the largest of these treats was a jelly one that weighed 3,739 lbs.; hope no one tried to dunk it
    $400 29
The canine digestive system closely resembles the human while lacking this "vermiform" projection
    $400 24
Working 9-5, no lunches we're includin', 5 days a week, this many hours you'll be doin'
    $400 4
German for "empire", the first one was the Holy Roman Empire; the second was founded in 1871
    $500 10
This Ithaca, N.Y. school is the only Ivy League university established after the American Revolution
    $500 15
In 1944 swimmer Ann Curtis became the 1st woman to receive this award as the nation's oustanding amateur athlete
    $500 20
If their ice cream was known by their last names, they'd be scooping up Cohen & Greenfield's
    DD: $800 30
Varying in number, the caudal vertebrae of a dog are found in this body part
    $500 25
New Jersey & New Hampshire lie in the eastern time zone; New Mexico is in this zone
    $500 5
This Athenian's code was so strict, you could be executed for stealing a cabbage

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

Jo Ellen Tisa Maria
$1,100 -$100 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jo Ellen Tisa Maria
$2,000 $1,900 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
He began his mountain climbing career in New Zealand's Southern Alps
    $200 16
Botanist George Carver took this middle name to distinguish himself from another George Carver
    $200 11
She was the goddess of marriage, even though her marriage to Zeus was far from blissful
    $200 30
Awardees receive the medal, $400 a month for life & the right to be buried in this Virginia cemetery
    $200 6
The name of this country comes from the Koryo dynasty, which ruled until the 1300s
    $200 1
When filming this 1956 motion picture, Cantinflas got many stamps in his "Passepartout"
    $400 22
With about 180 men & 3 ships, he set out for Peru from Central America in January 1531
    $400 17
Named for the poet & essayist, author Ralph Ellison had this middle name
    $400 12
You could say this love goddess' eye was on the sparrow because the sparrow was sacred to her
    $400 29
9 Congressional Medals have been awarded to these anonymous warriors
    $400 7
It's the smallest of the countries in the Benelux economic union
    $400 2
Gene Barry meets Martians in this 1953 H.G. Wells sci-fi classic
    $600 23
This Dane joined the Russian navy in 1704 & served in the war against Sweden
    $600 18
Friends of country music sensation Mary Carpenter refer to her by this middle name
    $600 13
This daughter of King Nisus shared her name with a monster who lived near Charybdis
    $600 28
In 1989 this wild west scout & showman's medal, revoked in 1917, was restored
    DD: $800 8
In 1991 Macedonia declared its independence from this country
    $600 3
This 1992 comedy featuring a Campbell & an Algar won 8 Oscars -- Not!
    $800 24
While serving as viceroy in India, he died suddenly at Cochin on December 24, 1524
    $800 19
Former president George Bush has 2 middle names, Herbert & this
    $800 14
This goddess of the hunt turned the nymph Arethusa into a fountain so she could escape a river god
    DD: $2,000 27
Only one medal has been awarded to a member of this service branch
    $800 9
Hungarians largely in Transylvania make up this country's largest minority group
    $800 4
Author John Irving has a cameo in it as a wrestling referee
    $1000 25
While searching for the 7 Cities of Cibola in 1540, this conquistador's party reached the Grand Canyon
    $1000 20
Of American Indian ancestry, Colorado senator Ben Campbell adopted this middle name in 1980
    $1000 15
Some say this sorceress slew her brother Absyrtus before fleeing with the golden fleece
    $1000 26
59 medals were awarded to men who fought in this 1900 Asian uprising
    $1000 10
In 1994 actor Ruben Blades ran for president of this Central American country; he came in 3rd
    $1000 5
In this 1960 film, William Holden falls for lady of the evening Nancy Kwan in Hong Kong

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jo Ellen Tisa Maria
$2,000 $2,300 $9,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1904 British play that includes the line "To die will be an awfully big adventure"

Final scores:

Jo Ellen Tisa Maria
$3,998 $4,301 $7,800
3rd place: Carey Limousine Gift Certificate 2nd place: Trip to Mexico New champion: $7,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jo Ellen Tisa Maria
$3,800 $2,000 $9,800
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
25 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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