Show #2743 - Wednesday, July 3, 1996


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Carol Ann Krug, a software design engineer from Sunnyvale, California

Don Lembeck, a traffic manager from San Francisco, California

Paul Carlson, a transit policy analyst from Washington, D.C. (whose 3-day cash winnings total $47,806)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Unlike others of these horse-men, Pholus & Chiron were hospitable & nonviolent
    $100 10
It's the track made by the passage of a wheel; if you're bored, you may find yourself in one
    $100 18
One may be pith or crash
    $100 6
Titusville is considered the gateway to this Florida space center at Cape Canaveral
    $100 8
Originally costing 5ยข each, White Castle wanted you to "buy 'em by the sack"
    $100 26
Franz Reichalt, an amateur inventor of these, plunged to his death c. 1911 testing one from the Eiffel Tower
    $200 2
In ancient Rome the Flamen Martialis was the priest in charge of service to this god
    $200 14
A steady trot for exercise, or a nudge
    $200 20
Prince's girl wore a "Raspberry" one
    $200 7
It's the only Michigan city whose population exceeds 1 million
    $200 9
In lunch counter lingo of days gone by, this all-American dessert was "Eve with a lid on"
    $200 27
The Dodgers forfeited a game Aug. 10, 1995 after fans threw these souvenirs on the field in a protest
    $300 3
According to Hesiod, she was Zeus' last wife, following Metis & Themis
    $300 15
It's an involuntary muscle movement in the face
    DD: $500 23
Popular term for this hat, from the event to which it's worn:
    $300 11
The Freedom Trail winds 1 1/2 miles through the downtown & North End sections of this city
    $300 19
The name of this mix of vegetables & meat over rice comes from Chinese for "odds & ends"
    $300 28
Trying this mode of transport in Alaska, Dr. Joyce Brothers fell & broke her nose
    $400 4
The cult of this Egyptian goddess, the mother of Horus, was widespread in the Greco-Roman world
    $400 16
Title for a Perignon
    $400 24
The name of this straw hat is from the Hindi word for an unskilled Asian worker
    $400 12
Dating from 1741, this S. Carolina port's Middleton Place Gardens are the USA's oldest landscaped gardens
    $400 21
His company had more than 57 varieties of food when he chose that number for his slogan
    $400 29
In 1995 Queen Elizabeth was hurt when a 2-lb. one of these dropped on her during a hunting trip
    $500 5
In the "Iliad" Hypnos, god of sleep appears as the brother of Thanatos, the personification of this
    $500 17
To eat one's evening meal
    $500 25
These nets worn to contain the hair were all the rage in 1939
    $500 13
A Texas city was named for this Kansas city, the boyhood home of Dwight D. Eisenhower
    $500 22
The name of this Hormel product introduced in 1937 was chosen in a contest; the winner received $100
    $500 30
Alleging mismanagement of the law firm, Leonard Jacoby sued this partner in October 1995

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

Paul Don Carol Ann
$2,000 $900 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Don Carol Ann
$3,700 $2,700 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Shortly before his 1741 death, Vivaldi sought a post from Charles VI in this Austrian capital
    $200 1
In a 1995 film Kenneth Branagh played Iago & Laurence Fishburne was this title character
    $200 21
46 B.C. was 445 days long; 45 B.C. was this long, now the standard
    $200 11
In 1994 this talk show hostess raised $150,000 for charity by selling some of her old clothes
    $200 30
By about 3 months baby should have gained enough control of his neck muscles to hold this up
    $200 16
This country that occupied Guam 1941-44 sends the most tourists there today
    $400 3
From 1740 to 1767, C.P.E. Bach played this piano predecessor for Prussia's Frederick II
    $400 7
In this 1990 film Glenn Close played Mel Gibson's mother
    $400 22
This month's name may come from its being devoted to youths or juniors
    $400 12
In 1934 this author divorced her husband of 17 years, a missionary to China
    $400 29
Enfamil, Similac & Isomil are different brands of this
    $400 17
Except for WWII, this U.S. armed service administered the island from 1898 to 1950
    $600 4
When this country ruled Finland, it banned Jean Sibelius' "Finlandia" as it aroused the Finns' patriotism
    $600 8
1991's "Men of Respect" moved this play, sleepwalking scene & all, into a modern crime syndicate story
    $600 23
While January opens the year, the name of this month comes from the Latin for "to open"
    $600 13
The 1933 autobiography of this Louisianian known as the "Kingfish" was titled "Every Man a King"
    $600 27
Bright blue lights are used to treat this condition where the newborn's skin is yellowish
    DD: $1,200 18
This European country annexed Guam in 1565
    $800 5
This Austrian's opera "Cosi fan tutte" was commissioned by Emperor Joseph II
    $800 9
Keanu Reeves & Denzel Washington appeared in this 1993 comedy directed by Kenneth Branagh
    $800 24
Alphabetically, it's the last month of our calendar
    $800 14
On Nov 6. 1923 he was issued a patent for his electric shaver
    $800 28
In the early third trimester, many women are given a glucose tolerance test to look for this
    $800 19
Over 80% of Guamanians are followers of this religion
    $1000 6
In 1824 this Hungarian played piano for England's George IV
    DD: $1,300 10
1991's "Prospero's Books" with John Gielgud & Isabelle Pasco was based on this play
    $1000 25
Day of the week named for a goddess
    $1000 15
Annual awards for U.S. corporations are named for this first Secretary of Commerce under Reagan
    $1000 26
The active type of this is acquired by vaccination: the passive, from the mother
    $1000 20
In 1975 over 100,000 refugees from this country stopped in Guam on their way to the U.S.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Don Carol Ann
$12,800 $5,900 $7,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this noble gas is derived from the Greek for "strange" or "foreign"

Final scores:

Paul Don Carol Ann
$11,398 $10,900 $11,400
2nd place: trip to the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta + John Williams CD Summon the Heroes 3rd place: Panasonic Palmcorder IQ + John Williams CD Summon the Heroes New champion: $11,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Don Carol Ann
$11,700 $5,900 $7,100
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
18 R,
2 W
13 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $24,700

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Game tape date: 1996-02-14
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