Show #2767 - Tuesday, September 17, 1996

Lucien Schmit game 3.


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Pete Butch, a patent attorney from Glen Gardner, New Jersey

Gene Cox, an Air Force officer from Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany

Lucien Schmit, a lawyer from Sherman Oaks, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,281)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
He ran a mail-order watch company in Minneapolis before joining with Roebuck in Chicago
    $100 11
Chinchillas were killed for this & by the 1920s were almost extinct in the wild
    $100 12
Ron Kovic can be seen in this 1989 Tom Cruise film based on his life
    $100 6
Delia Akeley studied this central African people whose adults averaged 4 feet in height
    $100 26
The number 1 wood club is also known by this "automotive" name
    $100 18
Cocktail, Democratic & bachelor are types of these
    $200 2
Their Rochester clinic dates back to 1889
    $200 17
Some extinct types of this dam-building rodent were the size of bears
    $200 13
Prep school teacher Robin Williams teaches his boys to "Seize the Day" in this Peter Weir film
    $200 7
In 1986 Robert D. Ballard used Alvin, a 22-foot minisub, to explore this famous wreck
    $200 27
The optimal area of a club's face for making contact with the ball is called this "spot"
    $200 19
The Hamburg type of this herb is used to flower soups
    $300 3
While a student at the University of Minnesota, Robert Zimmerman began to perform under this name
    $300 23
The call of this small reddish-brown rodent is a loud "chip" followed by a rapid trill
    $300 14
Daryl Hannah played the title character in this Steve Martin film based on "Cyrano de Bergerac"
    $300 8
In 1930 Harriet Chalmers Adams' world travels took her to Ethiopia for his crowning
    $300 28
In his first year as a professional, Greg Norman was chosen to represent this country in the World Cup
    $300 20
This ancient temple in Athens was a Christian church from the 5th century to the mid-1400s
    DD: $500 4
He was the last Minnesotan to serve as U.S. vice president
    $400 24
Mass migration by the Norway species of this Arctic rodent may be triggered by overpopulation
    $400 15
Michael Palin played a stuttering dog-murderer in this British film written by John Cleese
    $400 9
Brazil renamed its River of Doubt in honor of this ex-U.S. president who explored the area
    $400 29
The Augusta National Invitation Tournament changed its name to this in 1938
    $400 21
A member of a group of followers of Zoroaster who emigrated to India over 1,000 years ago
    $500 5
This voluptuous brunette actress entered the world June 21, 1921 in Bemidji, Minnesota; "Cross My Heart"
    $500 25
This largest living rodent, also called carpincho, runs well despite its slightly webbed feet
    $500 16
Kelly McGillis played the assistant D.A. in this 1988 film that earned Jodie Foster an Oscar
    $500 10
Hiram Bingham made 2 trips back to this "Lost City" of the Incas after a guide led him to it in 1911
    $500 30
This Spanish star is the youngest of 4 brothers who all became professional golfers
    $500 22

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Lucien Gene Pete
$1,400 $900 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lucien Gene Pete
$4,000 $1,000 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
This good-natured but bumbling friend narrates the Sherlock Holmes stories
    $200 1
The Libyan Erg near Egypt has the greatest mass of sand dunes in this desert
    $200 26
In 1994 Beverly Harvard became this Georgia capital's first black female police chief
    $200 6
This Roman god is sometimes shown with 4 faces, but he usually has 2
    $200 15
Many kings & queens are buried near the shrine of Edward the Confessor in this London church
    $200 10
This Wolfsburg car company's logo has a circle around a V above a W
    $400 22
Call him the narrator of "Moby Dick"
    $400 2
The southern entrance to this sea is partially blocked by Rhodes & Crete
    $400 28
Saying he'd not yet heard the "calling", this retired general declined to run for president in 1996
    $400 7
Hercules was one of this group of sailors when he was left behind in Mysia
    $400 17
This king gave his powerful advisor Thomas Cromwell an earldom in April 1540 but had him beheaded in July
    $400 11
The Minnesota Valley Canning Company created this symbol that originally described its peas
    $600 23
Alex narrates this Anthony Burgess novel in Nadsat, a combination of English slang & Russian
    $600 3
In 1959 all uncolonized areas of this Ecuadoran island group were made a national park
    $600 27
On Feb. 2, 1996 these 2 M.J.s went head-to-head for the first time since the '91 NBA Finals
    $600 8
Some say Pan's son Crotus is this weapon-carrying Zodiac constellation
    $600 18
This king & queen who ruled England jointly were both grandchildren of King Charles I
    $600 12
You know the Kellogg's tiger is Tony because his name is written on this item
    $800 24
Part of this 1929 Faulkner novel is truly a tale told by an idiot -- Benjy Compson
    $800 4
Asuncion is a port on this river that shares its name with the country it's in
    $800 30
He filled the Supreme Court seat vacated by Thurgood Marshall
    $800 9
She turned Picus into a woodpecker; later she "pigged out" with Odysseus' crew
    $800 19
While visiting what is now this country, George I died at Osnabruck in the room where he was born
    $800 13
Because they used it prior to 1905, Johnson & Johnson may feature this trademark on boxes of gauze
    $1000 25
Jack Burden narrates his 1946 novel "All the King's Men"
    $1000 5
At the time of its founding in the 1590s, this capital of Trinidad & Tobago was called Conquerabia
    $1000 29
"Seven Guitars" is the seventh in a series of dramas by this "Piano Lesson" playwright
    $1000 16
Ladon the dragon guarded the gardens of these nymphs who guarded the golden apples
    DD: $2,500 20
He was made Duke of Gloucester after his brother assumed the throne as King Edward IV
    DD: $1,200 14
(Video Daily Double)
The man seen here, his portrait is found on boxes of his products

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lucien Gene Pete
$8,000 $500 $3,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1851 this American won a medal for daguerreotypes at the Crystal Palace Exhibition in London

Final scores:

Lucien Gene Pete
$7,701 $1,000 $7,100
3-day champion: $25,982 3rd place: Samsung electronics 2nd place: Trip to a Radisson hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lucien Gene Pete
$7,900 $3,000 $5,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,900

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Game tape date: 1996-08-12
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