Show #2591 - Monday, December 4, 1995

Michael Daunt game 3.


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Roland Jones, a cable installer originally from Rochester, New York

Holly Petraeus, a homemaker from Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Michael Daunt, a graduate student from Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,198)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
    $100 1
Between 1972 & 1974, the price of this quadrupled to about $11 a barrel
    $100 7
Rick Mears has earned the pole position to start this Memorial Day weekend race a record 6 times
    $100 2
It's the term for openwork hose in a diamond pattern
    $100 13
At least 120 of these hot water spouts in Yellowstone Nat'l Park have names, including Giant & Clepsydra
    $100 19
His System of Reading for the Blind developed from a military code used for night communications
    $100 26
If someone makes a fatal mistake, this "is cooked"
    $200 3
In 1976 Chinese premier Zhou Enlai died in January & this Chinese chairman died in September
    $200 8
In 1921 this Yankee hit 59 home runs & set a single-season record for extra-base hits
    $200 11
An Inverness coat has a full-length or half-length detachable one
    $200 14
The 10 highest mountains in the U.S. are in this state
    $200 20
For her work in the Franco-Prussian War, this American nurse was awarded Germany's Iron Cross
    $200 27
It's the bird term for a theatrical flop that doesn't "gobble" up enough business
    $300 4
In 1978 residents of this area near Niagara Falls were evacuated due to toxic waste contamination
    $300 9
Scotty Bowman of this city's Red Wings is the only NHL coach with more than 900 career victories
    $300 12
In the 1920s toques & cloches were worn on this part of the body
    $300 15
This New Mexico city is alphabetically first among the top 50 cities in population
    $300 21
In 1936, 47 years after his death, this priest's body was disinterred on Molokai & reburied in Belgium
    $300 28
When you have the advantage, you're sitting in this seat -- meow!
    $400 5
Phyllis Schlafly formed an organization to "stop" this proposed amendment
    $400 10
This American man won 5 gold medals, a silver & a bronze in swimming at the 1988 Olympics
    $400 24
Kathy Ireland has designed an activewear line for this national discount store chain
    DD: $1,000 17
Meaning "foot of the mountain", it's the name of the area between the Blue Ridge Mountains & the Atlantic
    $400 22
Originally known as Eva, she took command of the U.S. Salvation Army in 1904
    $400 29
Something rare is "as scarce as" these nonexistent bird parts
    $500 6
In 1972 this presidential candidate was supported by the organization known as CREEP
    $500 16
The 1992 Winter Olympics in this French city were the third Olympics in the French Alps
    $500 25
It's the "magical" cleavage creator marketed by Sara Lee
    $500 18
On a map this state capital is found at 21°18' N. latitude, 157°50' W. longitude
    $500 23
This medical missionary based in Gabon was a world authority on Goethe & Johann Sebastian Bach
    $500 30
It means to peddle one's wares by calling out, perhaps like a bird of prey

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

Michael Holly Roland
$2,300 $700 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Holly Roland
$6,300 $1,400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1963 this 88-year-old former P.M. announced he'd not run for another term in Parliament
    $200 11
Konohana-Sakuyahime is the goddess of this sacred Japanese mountain
    $200 26
Who's WHO? This U.N. agency is
    $200 16
The Great Red Spot on this planet is so large it could cover the Earth 3 times
    $200 6
The name of this South American city is Spanish for "good air"
    $200 21
"Gossip is the opiate of the oppressed" is a line from this Erica Jong book
    $400 2
In 1957 hearings before the Senate, Teamster president Dave Beck "took" this more than 100 times
    $400 12
Moses Mendelssohn was a pioneer of the Haskalah or "Enlightenment" movement within this religion
    $400 27
This board game is governed by FIDE, the Federation Internationale des Echecs
    $400 17
This closest planet to the Sun has the shortest orbit around it, 88 days
    $400 7
This capital lies on the Firth of Forth, an inlet of the North Sea
    $400 22
In "White Rabbit" she sang, "Remember what the dormouse said: 'Feed your head'"
    $600 3
This 1963 treaty prohibited exploding atomic weapons in the atmosphere, in space or under water
    $600 13
Nearly 1 in 5 people worldwide are followers of this Christian denomination
    $600 28
In 1952 Greece & Turkey joined the original 12 members in this organization
    $600 18
In 1965 a panel of scientists asserted it was entirely possible there is life on this planet
    $600 8
This Ecuadoran capital lies on the slopes of Pichincha, an active volcano
    $600 23
In "Black Beauty" she wrote, "I am never afraid of what I know"
    $800 4
In 394 B.C. Admiral Conon of this city-state defeated a Spartan fleet at Cnidus
    $800 14
The largest grouping of this faith in the U.S. is the moderately evangelical Friends United Meeting
    $800 29
In 1977 these 2 organizations that provide adult companions to kids in single-parent homes merged
    $800 19
Pluto's name was chosen partly to honor this astronomer with the initials P.L. who predicted its existence
    $800 9
Throughout the 1800s, it was the world's largest city
    $800 24
This "Ethan Frome" author once wrote, "A New York divorce is in itself a diploma of virtue"
    DD: $1,200 5
From June to September 1759, Gen. Montcalm defended this city against British general James Wolfe
    $1000 15
This religion founded in Persia has 3 grades of sacred fire: Atash Bahram, Atash Adaran & Dadgah
    DD: $3,000 30
It was founded at a Congress in the Jordanian sector of Jerusalem in May 1964
    $1000 20
With a diameter of 25 miles, Cordelia is the smallest known moon of this planet; Titania is the largest
    $1000 10
This Somali capital was one of the earliest Arab settlements on Africa's east coast
    $1000 25
This jazz singer wrote, "Mama may have, Papa may have, but God bless the child that's got his own"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Holly Roland
$20,700 $1,600 $3,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The most recent British monarch who's the title character of a Shakespeare play

Final scores:

Michael Holly Roland
$27,400 $10 $3,900
3-day champion: $41,598 3rd place: Magnavox 27" TV 2nd place: Ashley dining table set + painting from Martin Lawrence Gallery

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Holly Roland
$18,100 $1,600 $3,400
42 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
8 R,
2 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $23,100

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