Show #2984 - Thursday, July 17, 1997


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Diane Mirabito, an attorney from Bayport, New York

Phil Duffy, a designer from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Patrick Friel, a teaching assistant originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(a little bit of everything)
    $100 14
In 1995, 11 tropical storms in the Atlantic strengthened to these, the most in one year since 1969
    $100 9
Clarence Clemons & Max Weinberg were part of this longtime Bruce Springsteen backup band
    $100 6
A runner's fatigue caused by glycogen depletion is called "hitting" this
    $100 1
While the U.S. has many territories in Oceania, it has only one state there: this one
    $100 16
His "Little Red Book" calls reactionaries "Paper tigers, dead tigers, bean-curd tigers"
    $100 24
Larousse says the eggs of this African alligator relative "Apparently make excellent omelettes"
    $200 15
In the winter of 1997, the Great Lakes' lake effect dumped over 90" of this on Montague, New York
    $200 10
"....And Justice For All" was the first Top 10 album by this heavy metal band with "metal" in its name
    $200 7
Term for weights, like barbells & dumbbells, not attached to a machine
    $200 2
The high islands like Viti Levu in the Fiji group & Kao in the Tonga group were formed by these
    $200 17
To Emily Dickinson, this genre "Makes my whole body so cold no fire can ever warm me"
    $200 27
Some romantics really lose their heads on the day named for this saint who was probably beheaded
    $300 21
As seen in Los Angeles, a thermal inversion of warm air covering cool air can cause a buildup of this
    $300 11
This outspoken rap group led by Chuck D. took its name from a song title that ended "Number One"
    $300 8
These machines mimic the action of running up stadium bleachers, with much more convenience
    $300 3
When Gauguin arrived on this island in 1891, he was shocked at how modern it was
    $300 20
It follows Jesus' words, "For many are called"
    $300 28
Some speculate that he may have been poisoned on St. Helena by arsenic in his wallpaper
    $400 22
This phenomenon begins with an invisible electric discharge called a stepped leader
    $400 12
Brotherly British band known for its attitude & for the album "(What's The Story) Morning Glory?"
    $400 18
Crunches are performed to strengthen these midsection muslces
    $400 4
Adamstown on Pitcairn Island sits on a bay named for this ship
    DD: $1,000 25
In 1994 he said his countrymen were as attached to the land as "The famous jacaranda trees of Pretoria"
    $400 29
Queen Matilda, the wife of this Norman conqueror, was just 4' 2" tall
    $500 23
In early 1997 floodwaters trapped 2,200 visitors in this California national park
    $500 13
Soon-to-depart members David Crosby & Gene Clark co-wrote this group's 1966 hit "Eight Miles High"
    $500 19
Judi Sheppard Missett developed & popularized this combination of aerobics & jazz dance
    $500 5
These 3 terms meaning "Small Islands", "Black Islands" & "Many Islands" make up Oceania
    $500 26
"Music has" these "to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak"
    $500 30
It's said this silent pres. liked to eat breakfast in bed while having Vaseline rubbed on his head

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

Patrick Phil Diane
$1,300 $1,600 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Phil Diane
$2,900 $3,800 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
The Federalists called it "Mr. Madison's War"
    $200 1
For one of his works, Marcel Duchamp added a beard & mustache to a print of this da Vinci lady
    $200 6
This "Naked Gun" star played agent WD-40 in the 1996 spoof "Spy Hard"
    $200 15
This state capital was originally called Fort Nashborough, for General Francis Nash
    $200 16
In 1997 she filled the post of Secretary of State vacated by Warren Christopher
    $200 24
He shocks Watson when he poses as a plumber & romances a housemaid for the purpose of burglary
    $400 8
His 1934 trip to Cartagena, Colombia was the first by a sitting U.S. president to South America
    $400 2
In the 1570s Tintoretto painted this Biblical figure "Striking The Rock"
    $400 12
Michael Caine adopted his stage name in part from the title of this Humphrey Bogart film
    $400 18
The metropolitan area of this Missouri city extends into Illinois
    DD: $1,500 17
In 1959 Haydee Santamaria helped overthrow this country's gov't & subsequently set up the Communist regime
    $400 25
When he returns to his Ithacan palace disguised as a beggar, his dog recognizes him & drops dead
    $600 9
In 1856 William Dayton became the first vice presidential candidate of this new party
    $600 3
Picasso described this art movement as "An art dealing primarily with forms"
    $600 13
In 1996 fans around the world bid arrivederci to this "La Dolce Vita" star who passed away at 72
    $600 19
Petroglyph National Monument near this largest New Mexico city features Indian carvings on lava
    $600 23
Canada's first woman defense minister, she was also its first woman prime minister
    $600 30
In an Isaac Bashevis Singer story, she becomes a "Yeshiva Boy"
    $800 10
In 1962 this Hawaiian became the first Japanese-American elected to the U.S. Senate
    $800 4
This impressionist's depiction of a nude picnicker in "Luncheon On The Grass" created a scandal in 1863
    $800 14
This late Puerto Rican actor played Gomez Addams in the 2 Addams Family films
    $800 20
You can see the oldest continuously used Mormon chapel in a "Trip To" this Utah city
    $800 26
In 1972 Margrethe II became this country's first queen to inherit the throne on her own right
    $800 28
Shakespeare's male-disguised heroines, like Rosalind in this play, were originally played by boys
    $1000 11
Nixon's running mate in 1960, he was named chief negotiator at the Paris Peace Talks in 1969
    $1000 5
You can see his most famous work, "Nighthawks", at the Art Institute of Chicago
    $1000 22
Sir Laurence Olivier dubbed this star of "Tom Jones" & "The Dresser" the best actor of his generation
    $1000 21
This New Hampshire city is New England's largest north of Boston
    $1000 27
Petra Kelly, who helped found this party, was elected to the West German parliament in 1983
    DD: $20 29
John Howard Griffin chemically darkened his skin to research this 1961 bestseller

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Phil Diane
$11,420 $6,800 $5,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 1740s he published "Flora Suecica" & "Fauna Suecica", 2 volumes of his observations

Final scores:

Patrick Phil Diane
$13,620 $13,595 $11,600
2-day champion: $30,021 2nd place: Sony VAIO Desktop PC & O'Sullivan Computer Work Center 3rd place: Klipsch Epic Series Speakers

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patrick Phil Diane
$10,700 $6,800 $5,800
21 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
22 R,
2 W
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,300

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Game tape date: 1997-02-24
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