Show #2748 - Wednesday, July 10, 1996


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Bob Kwartin, a motorhome traveler originally from Stamford, Connecticut

Stephen Lewis, a hotel owner from Calico Rock, Arkansas

Linda Monk, an author and columnist originally from Vicksburg, Mississippi (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
This New York baseball team won the World Series for the fourth consecutive year
    $100 1
This fruit is often stuck on a skewer & dipped in a sugary red glaze or in melted caramel
    $100 5
As a child Pam Tillis sang at the Grand Ole Opry with this man, her father
    $100 12
The conger variety of this fish spawns only once before it dies
    $100 3
Known for his patriotic songs, this composer died in 1942, the year of Cagney's Oscar-winning portrayal of him
    $100 17
A brief swim, or something you serve with chips
    $200 27
This Wisconsin Republican sued Senator William Benton for libel, slander & conspiracy
    $200 2
Panned spinach becomes Sicilian spinach with the addition of these little fish, chopped
    $200 6
Since going solo, Wynonna no longer uses this last name professionally
    $200 16
A domesticated pig weighing 120 pounds or more is usually referred to by this term
    $200 4
This family had a 70-room mansion in Newport & a chateau, the Biltmore, in North Carolina
    $200 19
Cleopatra's downfall
    $300 28
This British king died in his sleep February 6 at his estate at Sandringham
    $300 9
The turnip, potato & mushroom garnish named for this novelist doesn't take "80 days" to prepare
    $300 7
This singer who liked to get "Behind Closed Doors" passed away in 1995
    $300 21
Special folds of skin act as a parachute when this rodent glides through the air
    $300 14
In the 1930s Harold Ickes said this Louisiana senator "is suffering from halitosis of the intellect"
    $300 20
Ignited or illuminated
    DD: $800 29
John Sparkman was this man's running mate on the defeated Democratic ticket
    $400 11
Buisson is a method of arranging food to resemble this structure associated with Ancient Egypt
    $400 8
"Tennessee River" was the first No. 1 hit for this group named for another state
    $400 23
It's also known as a silvertip bear
    $400 15
In 1898 his New York Journal offered a $50,000 reward for detection of the "Maine Outrage" perpetrator
    $400 22
It's a play on words
    $500 30
He abdicated as king of Egypt & his infant son was proclaimed King Ahmed Fuad II
    $500 13
Escoffier's consomme aux Paillettes d'Or contains a small sheet of this "leaf" cut into little spangles
    $500 10
She recently recorded her composition "I Will Always Love You" as a duet with Vince Gill
    $500 24
The mud dauber is classified as a solitary type of this insect
    $500 18
He was "The Sage of Baltimore"
    $500 25
To insert dialog in a soundtrack, or to bestow a new rank or title

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Linda Stephen Bob
$600 $1,100 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Stephen Bob
$2,400 $4,000 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
This European country's green, white & red flag was featured at the 1994 World Cup finals
    $200 11
In 1975 he became ABC's chief foreign correspondent; now he anchors "World News Tonight"
    $200 1
The name of this German doctor who sold his soul to the devil means "fortunate"
    $200 6
In April 1945 this former world leader was caught, executed & hung by his heels in a Milan square
    $200 26
Ravel composed the beautiful score for Michel Fokine's 1912 ballet about "Daphnis and" her
    $200 19
This Charlotte Bronte heroine is treated as little better than a servant by her aunt, Mrs. Reed
    DD: $1,600 17
Reverse the order of Ivory Coast's orange, white & green flag & you'll get this other "I" country's flag
    $400 12
She began as a "weather girl" in her native Kentucky, now she's in her prime on "Prime Time Live"
    $400 2
Medieval legend identifies Igraine as the mother of this king of Britain
    $400 7
A speech transmitted by him Aug. 15, 1945 was the 1st time a Japanese emperor addressed his people directly
    $400 28
This Twyla Tharp ballet shares its name with a song from "Casablanca", but it's danced to music by Haydn
    $400 22
Like Paul Morel, the hero of his "Sons and Lovers", this author was the son of a coal miner
    $600 18
You'll find yellow between blue & red on the flag of this country between Spain & France
    $600 13
We used to spend "60 Minutes" with this CBS anchorman, but the time increased to "48 Hours"
    $600 3
Richard Strauss wrote a tone poem about this German figure's "Merry Pranks"
    $600 8
Generals Omar Bradley & Dwight D. Eisenhower were classmates at this school
    $600 30
This Agnes de Mille ballet opens in the corral at Burnt Ranch
    $600 23
The title of this William Golding novel is a translation of the Hebrew Ba'al Zevuv
    $800 20
The red, white & blue on this grand duchy's flag comes from its coat of arms
    $800 14
Her "Dateline" shows she started on the "TODAY" show in 1976, 5 yrs. after she graduated from college
    $800 4
Jewish legend calls this female demon the first wife of Adam, before Eve
    $800 9
Ships in this "Bull"ish admiral's Task Force 16 included the Enterprise
    $800 29
Margot Fonteyn danced the role of the ballerina in a 1957 revival of this Stravinsky ballet about a puppet
    DD: $800 24
In this E.M. Forster novel, Dr. Aziz & Mrs. Moore meet in a mosque
    $1000 21
Egypt, Iraq & Yemen have stripes of red, white & this color
    $1000 15
Sela Ward played this late blonde newscaster in the highest-rated original movie ever on the Lifetime network
    $1000 5
In a Russian folktale, Prince Ivan is sent to capture this magical bird with golden wings & crystal eyes
    $1000 10
He may not have "planned" it, but he was Army Chief of Staff & a 5-star general during the war
    $1000 27
"The Buffoon" was the first ballet by this "Peter and the Wolf" composer to be produced
    $1000 25
This author cruelly portrayed his father as Theobald Pontifex in "The Way of all Flesh"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Stephen Bob
$3,200 $13,000 $5,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The airlift of aid to this city, which ran from July 3, 1992 to January 9, 1996, was the world's longest

Final scores:

Linda Stephen Bob
$6,400 $14,500 $6,401
3rd place: Ho Ho Art & Craft International Co. Inc. international flag collectors pin set + John Williams CD Summon the Heroes New champion: $14,500 2nd place: trip to 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta + John Williams CD Summon the Heroes

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Linda Stephen Bob
$3,200 $11,400 $5,300
13 R,
2 W
30 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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