Show #2619 - Thursday, January 11, 1996

Barbara Walker game 2.


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Susan Goldsamt, a training specialist from Silver Spring, Maryland

Glenn Jessee, an attorney from Washington, D.C.

Barbara Walker, an elementary school principal from Westminster, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Both African & Indian species of this mammal undergo periods of odd behavior called musth
    $100 26
On this sitcom Duff Beer is on tap at Moe's Tavern where the clientele is always "animated"
    $100 1
In 1847 Louis Cartier founded an elegant jewelry firm in this capital city
    $100 11
This Puerto Rican capital's harbor is guarded by Fort San Felipe Del Morro
    $100 16
Laurens Hammond invented an electric type of this musical instrument
    $100 20
In heraldry a wyvern is one of these mythical beasts depicted with 2 legs, wings & a barbed tail
    $200 3
Collisions with boats are the largest identifiable cause of death of these gentle Florida sea cows
    $200 27
Head north, far north, to visit The Brick, this show's restaurant
    $200 7
One of the most important mines for these green gems is found at Muzo, Colombia
    $200 12
You can visit the Museum Carolino-Augusteum as well as Mozart's birthplace in this Austrian city
    $200 17
He invented a razor with disposable blades after experts at M.I.T. told him it was impossible
    $200 22
Kellogg introduced these toaster pastries in 1964
    $300 4
In Sumatra they call this tree-dwelling ape mawas
    $300 28
On this sitcom you could have seen Jay Thomas take a few "Potts" shots in the Blue Shamrock
    $300 8
The Jonker, a 726-carat gem of this kind, was discovered in South Africa in 1934
    $300 13
This city founded in 1693 didn't become capital of Jamaica until 1872
    $300 18
Thomas Hancock patented vulcanized rubber in England the year before this man in the U.S.
    $300 23
Mercury & aneroid are the 2 main types of this instrument used to measure air pressure
    $400 5
Though these "Earth pigs" eat ants, strictly speaking they are not anteaters
    $400 29
On this sitcom you may find the Crane brothers having coffee at Cafe Nervosa
    $400 9
It's the color of the Star of India, a famous 563-carat sapphire
    $400 14
This capital of Saudi Arabia was built at an oasis
    $400 19
Typists owe a debt of thanks to Bette Nesmith, who invented this correction fluid
    $400 24
Members of this church are popularly called "Moonies"
    $500 6
The fossa, a type of civet, is the dominant carnivore of this African island, the world's 4th largest
    $500 30
The Lunch Box in Lanford, Ill. is one of this sitcom's settings
    $500 10
The "sherry" type of this golden gemstone is sometimes heated to turn it pink
    $500 15
In 1932 Cholon was combined with this city in Vietnam's Mekong delta
    DD: $600 21
The first inflatable rubber life jacket is credited to this man famous for his raincoats
    $500 25
The fish called the Dolly Varden Trout was named for a character in this author's "Barnaby Rudge"

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

Barbara Glenn Susan
$400 $1,100 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Glenn Susan
$1,300 $3,300 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(no favoritism in the categories for our players!)
    $200 8
On July 29, 1588 this fleet was sighted off the coast of England
    $200 13
In 1994 this former British prime minister was installed as chancellor of the college of William And Mary
    $200 19
The Minnesota River joins the Mississippi near these twin cities
    $200 15
This March observance has been called the "most important national holiday in Ireland"
    $200 3
In 1922 he painted his 1st major mural, "Creation", at the National Preparatory School in Mexico City
    $200 1
In 1911 this "Trees" poet's first volume of verse, "Summer of Love" was published
    $400 9
At the beginning of the century, Huayna Capac ruled this South American empire
    $400 14
Her 10th murder mystery, "Murder in the National Cathedral", was published in 1990
    $400 27
Riverboat casino gambling has increased tourism in this Hawkeye State's city of Bettendorf
    $400 22
On August 30 this state observes Huey P. Long Day
    DD: $1,900 4
Botticelli featured members of this prominent family in his "Adoration of the Magi"
    $400 2
He became a reporter for the Chicago Daily News in 1917, a year after his "Chicago Poems" was published
    $600 10
When Thomas Cavendish became the third to accomplish this feat it took 2 years & 50 days
    $600 16
Found at a swap meet, the special Oscar stolen from this child star of "Meet Me In St. Louis" was returned in 1995
    $600 28
This word for a Mississippi River embankment comes from the French meaning "to rise"
    $600 23
It's the date on which the anniversary of D-Day & South Korea's Memorial Day are observed
    $600 5
It's what Alexander Calder called his stationary sculptures
    $600 20
George Thomson's "Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs" contains many of his songs
    $800 11
This confederation was split in the 1531 War of the Catholic Cantons
    $800 17
Her photograph of Montana's Fort Peck Dam graced the cover of Life Magazine's first issue
    $800 29
Ferde Grofe wrote his "Mississippi Suite" 6 years before this famous suite
    $800 24
The Megillah or Story of Esther is read on this Jewish holiday
    $800 6
You can see his "Majas on a Balcony" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
    $800 21
In a Longfellow poem, this schooner is wrecked "On the reef of Norman's Woe"
    $1000 12
In 1543 he published his treatise "On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres"
    $1000 18
She was secretary of Health & Human Services 1983-85, then became U.S. ambassador to Ireland
    DD: $4,500 30
This future Republican president managed flood relief on the Mississippi in 1927
    $1000 25
July 26 is observed as the feast day of the Virgin Mary's parents, St. Joachim & this woman
    $1000 7
In 1983 he skirted 11 islands in Biscayne Bay with sheets of pink plastic
    $1000 26
His 1892 work "Barrack-Room Ballads" included such poems as "Fuzzy-Wuzzy" & "Danny Deever"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Glenn Susan
$9,400 $10,600 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's Europe's second-largest island

Final scores:

Barbara Glenn Susan
$6,400 $2,399 $6,199
2-day champion: $19,800 3rd place: Franchi Menotti sports watch 2nd place: Lloyd Flanders wicker furniture

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barbara Glenn Susan
$5,900 $9,100 $6,500
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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