Show #2947 - Tuesday, May 27, 1997


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Lisa Newell, a customer service representative from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Michael Berman, a writer originally from Williston Park, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,200)

Doug Antoniazzi, a test systems analyst from Hyde Park, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
In August 1851 this schooner won the Hundred Guinea Cup & the cup was later renamed for it
    $100 11
This American gymnast is nicknamed "Awesome Dawesome"
    $100 6
Congressman Dick Armey holds this position in the House of Representatives
    $100 21
Unlike other species of this polar bird, the emperor breeds in the winter months of May & June
    $100 1
There's a full-scale replica of this Egyptian king's tomb in Cavendish on Prince Edward Island
    $100 26
Ferment molasses & water & you'll get this potent potable, yo ho ho
    $200 17
The Confederate ship the Virginia was also known by this name
    $200 12
Surya Bonaly began her serious training in this sport at age 10 in France
    $200 7
From 1960 to 1964 this future vice president served as Minnesota's attorney general
    $200 22
The "rainbow" on this fish is a band of red on each of its sides
    $200 2
You'll find Santa's Village & Rudolph's Funland about 100 miles north of Toronto in this province
    $200 30
If you're basking on the beach in Cannes, you're on a strip known as this
    $300 18
When Columbus left Spain August 3, 1492, he was aboard this ship
    $300 13
On the field in this sport, Mia Hamm eggs on her teammates
    DD: $800 8
2 of the 3 states with 30 or more representatives in the House
    $300 23
This pigeon relative is named for its sad cooing sound
    $300 3
Dozens of species of butterflies flit around Victoria Butterfly Gardens in this province
    $300 29
Ancient stream that Caesar was forbidden to cross
    $400 19
It was the flagship of the 5 commanded by Sir Francis Drake that set sail December 13, 1577
    $400 14
Famous skier who's the daughter of Stubby & Dee Street
    $400 9
From 1875 to 1881, this general known for his whiskers served as a U.S. senator from Rhode Island
    $400 24
The "black" species of this large horned mammal can grasp twigs with its upper lip
    $400 4
St. Ann's in this province is home to the Gaelic Mod, an annual festival celebrating Scottish culture
    $400 27
In 1903 a King in America introduced a safety one of these instruments
    $500 20
In an 1872 race between these fast sailing ships, the Thermopylae beat the Cutty Sark
    $500 15
In 1984 she won the first Olympic gold medal awarded in the women's marathon
    $500 10
This 1948 running mate of Thomas Dewey later became chief justice
    $500 25
This colorful eagle is unpopular with U.S. sheep ranchers because it preys on rams
    $500 5
This purple flower that grows throughout most of the world is the floral emblem of New Brunswick
    $500 28
In 1903 L.A. added to its charter this process of removing an elected official prior to term end

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

Doug Michael Lisa
$2,000 $1,600 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Michael Lisa
$5,200 $1,600 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Boy, you just can't get away from them!)
    $200 9
After writing "Moby Dick", he wrote to Nathaniel Hawthorne, "I have written a wicked book"
    $200 1
Once the capital of the Spanish Netherlands, today it's the capital of Belgium
    $200 6
In addition to carrying nutrients, this fluid transports oxygen to your body's cells
    $200 19
Jill Barad, this company's president, has posed with Barbie in ads for Forbes magazine
    $200 8
1941 film in which Bogart tells Mary Astor, "Don't be too sure I'm as crooked as I'm supposed to be"
    $200 11
This "great" Russian empress seemed to loathe her son Paul & he lived in fear that she would kill him
    $400 26
In 1871 this author of "Les Miserables" was elected to the French National Assembly, but soon resigned
    $400 2
It's the capital of Taiwan
    $400 7
Running, cycling & swimming are examples of this type of exercise that improves the body's use of oxygen
    $400 20
Ian Schrager & Steve Rubell established this NYC club, the most famous of the disco era
    $400 10
George Reeves, later TV's Superman, appears as one of the Tarleton Twins in this 1939 classic
    $400 12
Henry II kept this woman of Aquitaine locked up for years after she & his sons rebelled against him
    $600 27
Around 1889 this Scotsman purchased an estate in Samoa, which he called Valima, or "Five Streams"
    $600 3
It's home to the Hofburg, the former imperial palace of the Hapsburgs
    $600 24
Henry Cavendish said it's made of dephlogisticated air (oxygen) united with phlogiston (hydrogen)
    DD: $2,800 21
Ingevar Kamprad, a Swedish farmer's son, founded & put his initials in the name of this furniture store
    $600 15
Kirk Douglas & James Mason dine on preserves made from sea cucumbers in this Disney film
    $600 13
Fed up with his in-laws, this "confessor" banished them in 1051 & sent his wife to a nunnery
    $800 29
Prior to writing "King Solomon's Mines", he was master of the high court in Transvaal
    DD: $2,000 4
One of this city's top attractions is the masuoleum of Kemal Ataturk
    $800 25
Name given the triatomic form of oxygen
    $800 22
This Mirage & Treasure Island mogul is credited with giving gambling resorts a family image
    $800 17
Emmett Kelly & John Ringling North played themselves in this DeMille epic, the Best Picture of 1952
    $800 14
When this Tudor queen was a princess, her half-sister Mary imprisoned her in the Tower of London
    $1000 30
In 1826 this future British prime minister published his first novel, "Vivian Grey"
    $1000 5
It's the city where the Althing, the world's oldest parliament, is located
    $1000 28
This British chemist discovered oxygen in 1774, years after Carl Wilhelm Scheele, a Swedish chemist
    $1000 23
Stock expertise has gained this Berkshire Hathaway chairman a $15 billion fortune
    $1000 18
Peter Lorre played Raskolnikov in this 1935 film based on a Dostoyevsky novel
    $1000 16
King Haakon III of this Scandinavian country may have been poisoned by his Swedish stepmother

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Michael Lisa
$12,800 $12,000 $600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

As a disc jockey in the 1940s, he was known as "The Blues Boy from Beale Street"

Final scores:

Doug Michael Lisa
$12,800 $1 $200
3-day champion: $35,999 3rd place: Wallace Silversmiths 5-piece tea service 2nd place: a trip to Melia Cariari Resort, Costa Rica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Doug Michael Lisa
$11,100 $9,800 $600
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
5 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 1997-01-15
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