Show #2962 - Tuesday, June 17, 1997


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Scott Kearin, a congressional staff member from Washington, D.C.

Jeff Holt, an economics professor from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Laurie Kittle, an information developer originally from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Carl Stumpf & his student Oskar Pfungst debunked Clever Hans, one of these animals, who "counted" with its hoof
    $100 7
Mariska Hargitay of "Can't Hurry Love" is the daughter of Mickey Hargitay & this blonde bombshell
    $100 18
This Pittsburgh-based food entrepreneur was once known as the "Pickle King"
    $100 1
Centuries of overflow from this lake helped create the Everglades
    $100 16
In 1219 the Order of the Dannebrog was established; in 1671 this European country revived it
    $100 2
According to a proverb, if you do this "You will get up with fleas"
    $200 27
Benjamin Rush, whose silhouette is seen on the seal of the APA, this group, was an advocate of bloodletting
    $200 8
Diahann Carroll played Blake Carrington's half-sister Dominique on this Aaron Spelling series
    $200 22
This company gets its name from the snappy carbonated apple juice it introduced in 1978
    $200 12
About 70% of China's rice crop is grown in this river's basin
    $200 17
This Greek god killed Python, the serpent that guarded a shrine on the slopes of Mount Parnassus
    $200 3
"The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to" do this
    $300 28
Edwin B. Twitmyer & this Russian independently came up with "conditioned response" discoveries
    $300 9
Martha Raye appeared as Mel's mother on this Linda Lavin sitcom
    $300 23
The USA's top producer of jams, jellies & preserves, it's located on Strawberry Lane in Orrville, Ohio
    $300 13
This river's tributaries include the Koyukuk River in Alaska & the Klondike in Canada
    $300 19
Handsome Dan, this Ivy League university's first bulldog mascot, now resides in a glass case, stuffed
    $300 4
Mason Locke Weems put this line in young George Washington's mouth
    DD: $600 29
It's an impulse-control disorder in which a person can't resist the sudden urge to steal
    $400 10
Lee J. Cobb played judge Henry Garth, 1st owner of the Shiloh ranch, on this James Drury series 1962-66
    $400 24
In 1926 this automaker introduced the Imperial 80; the number refers to its top speed on a straightaway
    $400 14
This largest Central American lake shares its name with the country in which it's located
    $400 20
This monkey named for an arachnid is noted for its long, slender limbs & great agility
    $400 5
A polygraph
    $500 30
In 1905 he & Theodore Simon devised an intelligence test for French school children
    $500 11
He was the star of the 1950s TV series "Medic", so it could have been called "Have Scalpel Will Travel"
    $500 25
Student Carolyn Davidson was paid $35 for designing this shoe company's "Swoosh" logo
    $500 15
Great Britain's 2 longest rivers are the Severn & this one
    $500 21
St. Jerome prepared this Latin version of the Bible at the end of the 4th century
    $500 6
A deceased statesman displayed to the general public before burial is said to do this

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

Laurie Jeff Scott
$100 $2,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laurie Jeff Scott
$1,800 $3,900 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
After a nearly 2-week siege, it fell to Santa Anna's troops March 6
    $200 25
Part of this 1971 musical's second act is set in the Garden of Gethsemane
    $200 6
In Hieronymus Bosch's 3-panel "The Garden of Earthly Delights", it's the garden on the left
    $200 1
Gold prospectors & a few Indian traders founded this capital & named it for the governor of Kansas territory
    $200 10
Matter in this state may be crystalline, like metals, or amorphous, like glass
    $200 19
This Jane Smiley novel set at an agricultural college shares its title with a cow sound
    $400 15
Adelaide in this country was founded in 1836 & named for the wife of King William IV
    $400 26
Life is a drag for Tony Roberts, who plays an entertainer named Toddy in this Julie Andrews musical
    $400 7
This style of Picasso & Braque was broken into 2 phases, analytic & synthetic
    $400 2
Year in which Colorado was admitted to the Union
    $400 11
Because electrons spin, they behave like these objects that attract or repel
    $400 20
Laura Esquivel's "Like Water For Chocolate" takes place in this country
    $600 16
Widowed & living with one of her daughters, this seamstress passed away in Pennsylvania January 30
    DD: $1,000 28
Nominated for 5 Tonys, this 1996 musical based on a film boasted a memorable dance on a giant piano keyboard
    $600 8
He poured & splattered paint onto the canvas to make his "Autumn Rhythm: Number 30, 1950"
    $600 3
You'll find the Colorado Ski Museum & Ski Hall of Fame in this resort town north of Leadville
    $600 12
This corrosive substance, H2SO4, was once known as oil of vitriol
    $600 21
This "Waiting To Exhale" author's first published novel was 1987's "Mama"
    $800 17
Begun under Napoleon, this 165' high & 150' wide landmark was completed in 1836
    $800 29
Marilyn McCoo sang the classic song "Bill" when she made her Broadway debut as Julie in this revival in 1995
    $800 9
Anthony Janson says only 2 Flemish Baroque artists achieved international status, Van Dyck & this man
    $800 4
In 1873 solid silver bricks were laid in a pavement in Central City to welcome this visiting president
    $800 13
The main ingredients in a detergent are called surface-active agents, or these for short
    $800 22
Her novel "The Shipping News" has won several awards, including the 1994 Pulitzer Prize
    DD: $1,600 18
With support from Andrew Jackson, this New Yorker was elected president
    $1000 24
This "Younger" German's 1540 portrait of England's Henry VIII is in Rome's Galleria Nazionale
    $1000 5
The Moody Blues recorded a live album in Colorado at this natural amphitheater
    $1000 27
It's a system of small particles "hanging" in a liquid; paint, for example
    $1000 23
"We Were The Mulvaneys" is one of this Princeton professor's more than 25 novels since 1964

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laurie Jeff Scott
$8,600 $5,100 $4,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1990s AFRICA
In 1994 these 2 African countries' presidents Habyarimana & Ntaryamira died in a plane crash

Final scores:

Laurie Jeff Scott
$11,600 $1,100 $0
New champion: $11,600 2nd place: a 7-night Costa Caribbean cruise 3rd place: a Vivitar Sport Kit (camera & binoculars)

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Laurie Jeff Scott
$7,800 $5,100 $4,100
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
19 R,
5 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $17,000

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Game tape date: 1997-02-04
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