Show #2599 - Thursday, December 14, 1995

Brad Plovan game 4.


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Burt Sueskind, an attorney and consultant from Hamilton Square, New Jersey

Lora McQueen, a customer service representative from Jackson, New Jersey

Brad Plovan, a lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $30,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Many pros began their careers in this capacity, carrying clubs for others
    $100 26
Appropriately, the Sans-Souci Club of this Massachusetts city was known for its tea parties
    $100 18
Species of this large bird with a long neck include demoiselle, sandhill & whooping
    $100 3
Bogart had 2 children, Stephen & Leslie, with this fourth wife
    $100 14
His "Mona Lisa" may have lost her eyebrows in a careless cleaning
    $100 2
It's the profession of a person who makes & alters clothes
    $200 6
One of the 4 tournaments in the Grand Slam of women's golf is named for this entertainer
    $200 27
"Friend of Youth"' is the motto of these people who belong to the least pessimistic club we know
    $200 19
World Book calls it the "night watchman of our gardens"
    $200 4
While serving in the Navy during this war, Bogart received a wound that gave him the scar on his lip
    $200 15
In 1656 Gianlorenzo Bernini began his greatest project, the piazza fronting this basilica
    $200 8
This magnificent building contains the tombs of Shah Jahan & his wife
    $300 7
The shape & distribution of these impressions on a ball vary from brand to brand
    $300 28
It's the correct term for a member of a Rotary Club
    $300 20
This Australian kingfisher is sometimes called a laughing jackass
    $300 5
On receiving his Oscar for this film, Bogie said, "It's a long way from the Belgian Congo... it's a lot nicer here"
    $300 23
Francisco Bayeu helped Goya get commissions to design cartoons for these woven wall hangings
    $300 9
It's the study of the Earth's crustal structure & the forces that change it
    $400 10
Nicknamed "Super Mex", he was Senior PGA Tour Player of the Year for 1994
    $400 29
The Literary Club was founded in the 1760s by Sir Joshua Reynolds & this subject of a Boswell biography
    DD: $500 21
With a wingspan of up to 9 1/2 feet, this vulture is North America's largest flying land bird
    $400 16
The eulogy at Bogart's Jan. 17, 1957 funeral was given by this man who directed "The Maltese Falcon"
    $400 24
Jacopo da Pontormo was a founder of this style named from the Italian word maniera
    $400 11
It can mean final or fatal
    $500 12
This other name for a golf course is from a Scottish term for a stretch of rolling, sandy coastal land
    $500 30
This service organization sponsors Circle K International, a club for college students
    $500 22
This type of falcon can dive at speeds of over 180 mph
    $500 17
Bogie's only dramatic TV performance was as Duke Mantee in this play shown May 30, 1955
    $500 25
This Dutch master left the University of Leiden in 1621 to continue his training as an artist
    $500 13
T.S. Eliot said it "permits millions... to listen to the same joke at the same time and yet remain lonesome"

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

Brad Lora Burt
$1,600 $1,400 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Lora Burt
$2,700 $2,900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This current vice president is the only man born in Washington, D.C. to serve in that office
    $200 4
Alabastrons are ancient unguent jars often made of this, hence their name
    $200 10
This religion's members of Spanish or Portuguese origin are called Sephardim
    $200 12
In 1906 journalist James Gordon Bennett donated a trophy to this sport that's full of hot air
    $200 25
The old part of this capital city features El Morro, a fort begun in 1539
    $200 15
Irving Stone called his biographical novel about this naturalist "The Origin"
    $400 2
In the 1970s this Indianan worked briefly as associate publisher of the Huntington Herald-Press
    $400 5
It's the term for labyrinthine subterranean cemeteries such as the ones in Rome
    $400 19
Islamic dogma holds that this sacred book existed before the world & humanity
    $400 13
Since 1992 this former journalist has been U.N. Secretary-General
    $400 27
In 1967 39% of the voters wanted this; in 1993, 46%
    $400 18
It was said this James Michener book did for Maryland's eastern shore what "Centennial" did for Colorado
    $600 3
Only 2 men have been appointed VP under the 25th Amendment: Gerald Ford & this New York governor
    $600 6
Human sacrifices were once thrown into the Cenote or Sacred Well at Chichen Ittza in this country
    $600 21
His final release at Kasia from the cycle of rebirth is called the Parinirvana
    $600 14
He founded the New York Tribune in 1841 & was its editor for 31 years
    $600 28
Born Rosita Dolores Alverio, this Puerto Rican has won an Oscar. a Tony, an Emmy & a Grammy
    $600 24
"Jubal Sackett", his last western novel about the Sackett family, was published in 1985
    $800 9
In 1944 he helped organize Minnesota's Democratic Farmer-Labor Party
    $800 7
Greek statues of this creature often have women's heads & wings, unlike the monument at Giza
    DD: $2,000 22
Pietism began within this denomination in 17th century Germany
    $800 16
After her exile from Chile, this journalist turned novelist with "The House of the Spirits"
    $800 29
An annual music festival was founded by this cellist who moved to Puerto Rico in 1956
    $800 20
This "Gorky Park" author's novel "Nightwing" is a thriller about plague-carrying vampire bats
    DD: $3,000 11
This president's 2 vice presidents were John C. Calhoun & Martin Van Buren
    $1000 8
He uncovered tombs of Mycenaean kings in 1876, a few years after finding ancient Troy
    $1000 23
This church includes the patriarchates of Alexandria, Antioch, Constantinople & Jerusalem
    $1000 17
Born in Oregon in 1887, he was buried in the Kremlin in 1920
    $1000 30
This Puerto Rican was sworn in as Surgeon General March 9, 1990
    $1000 26
In 1959 this author of "The Natural" won a National Book Award for "The Magic Barrel"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Lora Burt
$10,500 $2,700 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Famous name of Colonel Paul W. Tibbets' mother

Final scores:

Brad Lora Burt
$21,000 $3,000 $199
4-day champion: $51,402 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa & love seat & Robert H. Peterson Co. gas log & fireplace accessories + GameTek Jeopardy! 3rd place: Aiwa digital mini system + GameTek Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brad Lora Burt
$9,300 $2,600 $8,600
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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