Show #2671 - Monday, March 25, 1996

Contestants

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Peter Lombardo, a Navy nurse from Oceanside, California

Marty Sade, a math teacher from Tucson, Arizona

Maria Canavan, an audiologist originally from Warwick, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHY
SMITHSONIAN TV PROPS
TRANSPORTATION
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
FRUITY PHRASES
    $100 6
This sea that separates Africa & Europe is the last vestige of the Permian Period's sea Tethys
    $100 1
A hand phaser from this '60s science fiction series is there; we hope it's set on stun
    $100 26
On July 23, 1995 Spain's Miguel Indurain won his record 5th straight Tour de France riding one of these
    $100 11
His "Kidnapped" was first published as a serial in Young Folks magazine
    $100 21
This company's Oak Brook, Ill. corporate headquarters has been called Hamburger Central
    $100 16
One bad person in a large group
    $200 7
St. Andrews is a seaport & royal burgh in the Fife region of this country
    $200 2
Her charwoman costume is on display
    $200 27
Among Eskimo canoes, the umiak is traditionally used by females & this one is used by males
    $200 12
This story was first chronicled by Perrault as "Le Petit Chaperon Rouge"
    $200 22
In size, not sales, this Colorado brewery is the nation's largest on a single site
    $200 17
It's as "keen" you can get
    $300 8
Capital of this nation's Karnataka state, Bangalore is a major producer of computer software
    $300 3
A seltzer bottle used by this Howdy Doody clown is part of the collection
    $300 28
The NYC street railway that went into service in 1832 was powered by these
    $300 13
He dedicated "Now We Are Six" to Christopher Robin's best friend, Anne Darlington
    $300 23
This company's roots date back to the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company, founded in 1866
    $300 18
The center of attention onstage is sometimes in this kind of light
    $400 9
Oyster beds along the shore of the Sea of Cortes also called the Gulf of this
    $400 4
The museum has a pith helmet & a safari jacket worn by this "Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom" star
    $400 29
The smokestack helped put this 1804 Richard Trevithick vehicle right on track
    $400 14
This Mary Mapes Dodge novel contains the story of a boy who thrust his finger into a hole in a dike
    DD: $600 24
In 1868 this man's company became the first in the U.S. to make compressed yeast
    $400 19
If you care for nothing, you "don't give" one of these
    $500 10
This Pennsylvania Great Lakes port is on the site of Fort Presque Isle, built by the French in 1753
    $500 5
A Detroit Tigers baseball cap & a Hawaiian shirt came from this show
    $500 30
This "sharp" term has been applied to Coast Guard vessels over 83 feet long
    $500 15
"Green Grass of Wyoming" was the 2nd sequel to this novel about Ken McLaughlin & his half-wild filly
    $500 25
In 1958 Jack Kilby invented the integrated circuit for this Dallas electronics firm
    $500 20
Gossip runs through it

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

Maria Marty Peter
$300 $1,900 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Maria Marty Peter
$1,800 $2,900 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC PEOPLE
MUSIC APPRECIATION
U.S. PLACE NAMES
ORGANIZATIONS
PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS
POTPOURRI
    $200 1
Reza Khan founded this country's Pahlavi Dynasty
    $200 19
Liszt & Borodin wrote variations on this short, quick piano tune that can be played with 2 fingers
    $200 8
This Minnesota "Twin City" derives its name from a chapel built there in 1841
    $200 24
In 1995 this organization that helps drinkers kick the habit celebrated its 60th anniversary
    $200 6
Most of this playwright's "As You Like It" is a dramatization of Thomas Lodge's novel "Rosalynde"
    $200 12
During the first week of April 1896, this athletic extravaganza opened in Athens
    $400 2
From 1893 to 1914, this nationalist leader of India practiced law in South Africa
    $400 20
Corno Inglese is the Italian for this musical instrument
    $400 15
Home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, it was settled & named by the father of a famous author
    $400 25
In 1977 the American Foundation for Overseas Blind was renamed for this woman
    $400 7
In this Arthur Miller play Willy Loman commits suicide for the insurance money
    $400 13
The trading trail between the Mideast & the Far East was named this after a fabric
    $600 3
In the 1860s this French chemist showed that microbes could be killed by applying heat
    $600 21
This percussion instrument with tuned bars was once known as the strohfiedel, or "straw fiddle"
    DD: $1,000 16
This Arizona city's name, Spanish for "table", refers to its location on flat land
    DD: $1,500 26
Organizations for students include the FFA, Future Farmers of America, & the FHA, which stands for this
    $600 9
A German actress persuaded him to write an ending to "A Doll's House" where Nora returns to her children
    $600 14
Ifs 1934 & 1959 Ecuador passed laws protecting wildlife on this Pacific island group
    $800 4
The Romans finally defeated this Carthaginian general at Zama in 202 B.C.
    $800 22
Donizetti said of "William Tell", "The first and last acts were written by" this composer; "the second by Go!"
    $800 17
Haakon, a county in South Dakota, was named by immigrants from this country, in honor of their king
    $800 27
Since 1947 this group aided by the Reserve Marines has distributed gifts to children at Christmas
    $800 10
This author coined the word demi-monde to describe the world in his "La Dame aux Camelias"
    $800 30
This Frenchman dubbed dismal areas on the Gulf of St. Lawrence "the land God gave to Cain"
    $1000 5
In 1513 this Tudor king led his army to victory over the French at the Battle of the Spurs
    $1000 23
"Virginia City" is a symphonic poem by this "Grand Canyon Suite" composer
    $1000 18
The name of this Iowa city refers to a meeting in 1804 between Indians & Lewis & Clark
    $1000 28
Dedicated to helping "prisoners of conscience", it was awarded the 1977 Nobel Peace Prize
    $1000 11
John Osborne's play "The Entertainer" was written for this actor who played Archie Rice in it
    $1000 29
In this chemical process, a gas is added to an oil to change it to a solid

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Maria Marty Peter
$3,800 $6,500 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE ELEMENTS
The first inert gas discovered on Earth, its name is Greek for "without work"

Final scores:

Maria Marty Peter
$800 $12,999 $3,799
3rd place: Gibson washer & dryer + Jeopardy home game and computer version by GameTek New champion: $12,999 2nd place: Dynamo Security Centers home security system & Hammerman animal brooches + Jeopardy home game and computer version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Maria Marty Peter
$3,200 $6,500 $7,500
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
17 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,200

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