Show #2846 - Monday, January 6, 1997

Claudia Perry game 4.


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Jack Patton, a civil servant from Cleveland, Ohio

Doug Morrison, a director of information services from Ervindale, Iowa

Claudia Perry, a pop music critic from San Jose, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $33,303)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
The screech type of this bird has an unusual whistling call
    $100 2
The 1st railway suspension bridge was completed over the gorge near these U.S.-Canadian falls in 1855
    $100 1
"The Hogan Family" was set in Oak Park, Illinois & "Hogan's Heroes" was set in this country
    $100 21
On the Beaufort scale, it's the next step up from a tropical storm
    $100 12
Missouri's national forest named for this writer is nowhere near the city of Hannibal
    $100 11
If you're clumsy your fingers may be all these
    $200 27
The gray jay is not as famous as this relative whose scientific name is Cyanocitta cristata
    $200 3
At the Columbian Exposition in 1893, this tall amusement park ride had everyone going in circles
    $200 5
On its final episode Lt. Gerard shot Fred Johnson, the One-Armed Man
    $200 22
The EPA determines whether drinking water contains more lead than 15 ppb, ppb standing for this
    $200 13
Much of this state is covered by 10 national forests including Salmon, Boise & Nez Perce
    $200 15
Something quickly accomplished is done in the twinkling of a bedpost or of this body part
    $300 28
These birds are so named because their long legs look like the poles circus performers walk on
    $300 4
With Vince Lombardi as its coach, this team won the 1st Super Bowl in 1967
    $300 6
In 1996 Lily Tomlin took over the role of "F.Y.I." producer on this show
    $300 23
This small measurement used by bartenders equals about 1 1/2 ounces
    $300 14
This Cornhusker State's Blaine & Thomas Counties have the USA's largest hand-planted forest
    $300 16
Act bluntly & you "shoot from" this
    $400 29
The coscoroba, which weighs only about 8 pounds, is the smallest of these graceful birds
    $400 9
The 1st land engagement of this war took place June 24, 1898 at Las Guasimas, Cuba
    DD: $500 7
Part played on "Bewitched" in the '60s by the person seen here in a recent photo:
[Erin Murphy]
    $400 24
To determine this for a circle, multiply the diameter by pi
    $400 19
The northernmost of Arkansas' national forests shares its name with these mountains in the area
    $400 17
You've got them if you can stand on a ship without losing your balance
    $500 30
The "snowy" type of this member of the heron family is known for its beautiful white plumes
    $500 10
Oveta Culp Hobby, who passed away in 1995, was the 1st to head this former cabinet department, HEW for short
    $500 8
"Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" was the theme to this '90s series featuring Christopher Burke as Corky
    $500 25
Abbreviated G or GB in computerese, it's equal to 1,024 MB
    $500 20
Minnesota's largest national forest shares its name with this Great Lake
    $500 18
You put your nose to the grindstone & this to the wheel

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Claudia Doug Jack
$2,100 $800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Claudia Doug Jack
$4,800 $1,900 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(we'll tell you something about the musician, you tell us what instrument)
    $200 22
In 1993 she published "The Downing Street Years", a memoir of her time as prime minister
    $200 1
On the night of April 14, 1986, U.S. warplanes bombed Tripoli & Benghazi in this African country
    $200 6
He began his famous murder spree in the slums of London's Whitechapel on August 7, 1888
    $200 11
Puerto Varas is in Chile & Puerto Vallarta is in this country
    $200 17
A spring roll is a smaller, more delicate version of this Chinese appetizer
    $200 12
At 14 Wynton Marsalis was a featured soloist on this instrument with the New Orleans Philharmonic
    $400 23
Conrad Busken Huet wrote "The Country of Rembrandt", a classic cultural history of this country
    $400 2
Traffic on this trail between San Antonio & Abilene peaked in 1871 with 600,000 cattle
    $400 7
She wrote "The Story of Suicide Sal" as well as "The Story Of" herself "And Clyde"
    $400 27
Part of the Northwest Passage, the Davis Strait separates Canada's Baffin Island from this Danish one
    $400 18
The Jordan type of this nut is often sold encased in a candy coating
    $400 13
James Galway has performed in several orchestras playing the flute & this smaller relative
    $600 24
"Motherhood In Bondage" is one of the books by this birth control pioneer
    $600 3
Until the late 1840s, this largest North Carolina city was the USA's chief source of gold
    $600 8
Albert Anastasia was "Lord High Executioner" of the gang of killers dubbed this by the press
    DD: $1,000 28
The city of Tangier lies at the western end of this strait
    $600 19
English name of the mashed-bean specialty Frijoles Refritos
    $600 14
Kenny G took up this instrument after seeing someone play it on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    $800 25
"Ten Days That Shook The World" was his last book published during his lifetime
    $800 4
At the same time that John Foster Dulles was Secretary of State, his brother Allen headed this agency
    $800 9
"Babe" & "Dickie" were the nicknames of these Chicago thrill killers of young Bobbie Franks
    $800 29
About 65% of the Philippines' total land area is divided between Luzon & this island
    $800 20
The French name of this layered ice cream dessert means "perfect"
    $800 15
Jacques Offenbach was a virtuoso on this instrument, as is Yo-Yo Ma
    $1000 26
This Swiss-born woman psychiatrist wrote the bestselling book "On Death And Dying"
    DD: $1,500 5
19 members of this Irish-American terrorist society active in 1870s Pennsylvania were hanged
    $1000 10
In 1985 3 members of this family were arrested for participating in a Naval spy ring
    $1000 30
The Potala, the former palace of the Dalai Lama, is a landmark of this Tibetan city
    $1000 21
The Chioggia type of this round root vegetable has concentric circles of red & white
    $1000 16
Midori is one of the most celebrated players of this instrument

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Claudia Doug Jack
$12,600 $3,700 $5,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

4 single biographies & 23 pairs of biographies make up this classical work

Final scores:

Claudia Doug Jack
$12,000 $200 $8,000
4-day champion: $45,303 3rd place: Panasonic IQ Series Palmcorder 2nd place: Broyhill Dining Room & earthenware dining service

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Claudia Doug Jack
$13,500 $3,700 $5,000
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,200

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Game tape date: 1996-11-05
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