Show #2852 - Tuesday, January 14, 1997

Paul Gutowski game 3.


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Mita Choudhury, a history instructor from Chicago, Illinois

Peter Dent, an used bookstore owner from Santa Clara, California

Paul Gutowski, a substance abuse counselor from Rockford, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
A 1561 hurricane destroyed the Spanish settlement at what is now Pensacola in this state
    $100 7
This Lakers star won a 1992 Grammy for the best spoken word album: "What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS"
    $100 12
The longest of these ice cream desserts measured 4.55 miles; it had a lot of ap"peel"
    $100 3
In a standard-size symphony orchestra, 35 of the 100 or more musicians may play this instrument
    $100 17
The U.S. Presidential Inauguration Day Parade takes place on this street
    $100 23
It precedes stew, setter & potato
    $200 2
This city became the capital of the Louisiana territory in 1722
    $200 8
In the 24 seasons he's owned this team, George Steinbrenner has changed managers 20 times
    $200 20
The largest of these sweet treats featured more than 3 million chocolate chips
    $200 13
In the musical styles of this island, reggae came after ska & rock steady, mon
    $200 18
The ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church lie at the end of Kurfurstendamm, this city's most famous boulevard
    $200 24
He was chairman of the Chrysler Corporation from 1979 to 1992
    $300 4
This Pilgrim & his wife, the former Priscilla Mullins, had 11 children
    $300 9
Between 1937 & 1950, this American boxer fought in 27 heavyweight title fights, winning 26
    $300 30
The biggest of these pies weighed 30,115 lbs. & contained over 600 bushels of fruit; Mom was jealous
    $300 14
In America this Italian term for "master" is applied only to conductors
    $300 19
This main street running through downtown San Francisco once featured 4 sets of streetcar tracks
    $300 25
In math, the symbol for this looks like an 8 on its side
    $400 5
In Delaware colonists from this Scandinavian country built some of the first log cabins in America
    $400 10
In May 1995 this country's Black Magic yacht beat the Young America to win the America's Cup
    $400 29
A bottle of 50-year-old Glenfiddich, this potent potable, was sold in 1992 for about $71,200
    $400 15
In 1922 Ravel orchestrated "Pictures at an Exhibition", a suite Mussorgsky wrote for this instrument
    $400 21
It's said Saint Paul lived on a street called Straight in this present-day Syrian capital
    $400 26
Named for a prophet, it's the only book of the Bible that begins with an "I"
    DD: $500 6
The Penobscot Indians, whose homeland is in this state, first encountered Europeans in the early 1500s
    $500 11
The backwards one-revolution jump in this sport is named for Ulrich Salchow
    $500 28
The world's oldest cake, made around 2200 B.C., is in a food museum in Vevey in this Alpine country
    $500 16
John Dowland was a notable Renaissance composer of pieces for this medieval stringed instrument
    $500 22
The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts & Columbia University are located on this NYC thoroughfare
    $500 27
It's any plant or animal that feeds mainly on bugs

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

Paul Peter Mita
$400 $900 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Peter Mita
$1,700 $3,100 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
In 1941 this dictator replaced Vyacheslav M. Molotov as Soviet premier
    $200 11
He refused to patent or to profit from his lightning rod, a device he first described in a 1751 article
    $200 6
Seattle's "gem" of a nickname, or Dorothy's destination
    $200 1
In the "genesis" of his career, Phil Collins played the Artful Dodger onstage in this musical
    $200 23
Her lover Grigory Orlov helped her seize the Russian throne in 1762
    $200 14
"Hog butcher for the world, tool maker, stacker of wheat, player with railroads..."
    $400 19
Yale architecture student Maya Yang Lin won a 1981 competition to design this memorial
    $400 12
With his 1886 wax recording cylinder, he could have made an answering machine for his phone
    $400 7
The Wax Museum of Witches and Seafarers opened in this New England city in 1993
    $400 2
This member of the Jackson family had some good times playing Penny on the TV sitcom "Good Times"
    $400 25
Liver cells break this red blood cell pigment into substances including iron & bilirubin
    $400 16
"next to of course god america i love you land of the pilgrims' and so forth...."
    $600 20
This leader of the Silver Bullet Band was born on May 6, 1945 in Michigan
    $600 13
This Scottish engineer had to invent the flyball governor to control the speed of his steam engine
    $600 8
This Alabama city known for its Azalea Trail should have been Alexander Calder's favorite
    $600 3
We're "mad about" this sitcom star who played Jessica Walter's daughter on the '70s series "Amy Prentiss"
    $600 26
On a giraffe the tongue is prehensile; on the kinkajou this 15-20" feature is
    $600 24
"'Charge' was the captain's cry; theirs not to reason why, theirs not to make reply"
    DD: $1,000 21
In 1957 this senator received a Pulitzer Prize for his book about decisive moments of famous Americans
    $800 15
1950s German "engine"eer who could have founded his own "rotary" club
    $800 9
If you recall the first words spoken on the moon, you'll know Tranquility Park is in this city
    DD: $1,000 4
Former child star heard here in a 1962 movie musical; he now works behind the camera:
    $800 27
"Old age should burn and rave at close of day; rage, rage against the dying of the light"
    $1000 22
In 1960 Princess Margaret married this photographer in Westminster Abbey; they were divorced in 1978
    $1000 17
Sequoya's invention of one of these was completed by 1821
    $1000 10
The name of this city, twice the capital of W. Va., may have come from an Indian word meaning "place of the head"
    $1000 5
The all-kid gangster movie "Bugsy Malone" starred Scott Baio & this girl who later won 2 Oscars
    $1000 29
This man's Virgin Group is Britain's second-largest private company
    $1000 28
"Dauntless the slug-horn to my lips I set and blew. 'Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came.'"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Peter Mita
$8,500 $3,100 $1,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Jose Marti Monument is a 450-foot tower in the Plaza de la Revolucion in this capital

Final scores:

Paul Peter Mita
$9,500 $3,199 $1,500
3-day champion: $32,301 2nd place: a trip to Roseland Ranch, Stanfordville, New York 3rd place: a Samsung 27" color TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Peter Mita
$9,800 $3,100 $1,500
27 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
4 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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Game tape date: 1996-11-06
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