Show #2587 - Tuesday, November 28, 1995


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Larry Paulsen, an actor and writer from Seattle, Washington

Sandy Atkins-Moran, an artist from Carrollton, Texas

John Lively, a business analyst from Hicksville, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
In the 1960s Mexico & the U.S. built an artificial riverbed to prevent it from shifting course
    $100 11
A musical stage show called "The Spirit of" this Indian heroine debuted in Fantasyland in the summer of '95
    $100 6
Remove the seeds & ribs before stuffing a bell one of these
    $100 16
Justices may issue "concurring" or "dissenting" ones of these
    $100 26
One of her bestsellers was "Aunt Erma's Cope Book" in 1979
    $100 1
A, E, I, O, or U
    $200 22
In 1832 Henry Schoolcraft identified Lake Itasca in Minnesota as this river's source
    $200 12
Simba is the "mane" attraction in the popular parade inspired by this film
    $200 7
You can eat the pod as well as the seeds of the Oriental snow variety of this vegetable
    $200 17
In the Legal Tender cases, the court ruled on the constitutionality of this kind of money
    $200 27
His 1976 book "Trinity" didn't make a quick exodus from the charts
    $200 2
Popular term for a British policeman, or a type of hairpin
    $300 23
This Virginia river is navigable as far inland as Richmond
    $300 13
On Disneyland's 40th birthday, July 17, 1995, Randy Travis led a Sing-along from the top of this "Alpine" mountain
    $300 8
Popularly served with hollandaise sauce, it's harvested when its tip is about 6" off the ground
    $300 18
Justices are allowed 4 of these assistants usually chosen from the top law school students
    $300 28
This Richard Bach book flew to the top of the 1972 & 1973 lists
    $300 3
From the Latin word for "dutiful", it means religiously devout
    $400 24
This river provides part of Pennsylvania's border with New York & New Jersey
    $400 14
A time capsule buried at this castle in 1995 will be opened on Disneyland's 80th anniversary in 2035
    $400 9
Tea time in England wouldn't be tea time without sandwiches made from this gourd
    $400 19
As early as 1884 the court stated that these must be voluntary to be admissible in federal court
    $400 29
This James Michener book topped the chart for one year, 1974, not for 100 years
    $400 4
It's Hawaiian for a veranda
    $500 25
The chief tributaries of this flat, shallow Nebraska river are the Loup & Elkhorn Rivers
    $500 15
The exciting new ride named for this character is a perilous journey through the Temple of the Forbidden Eye
    $500 10
Heads up! Its name is the Italian word for flowering cabbage tops
    DD: $500 20
This justice who died in 1993 was the winning attorney in Brown v. Board of Education
    $500 30
It was no fantasy that his "The Silmarillion" was the top seller for 1977
    $500 5
It can mean to move ahead, or to shape metal after heating

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

John Sandy Larry
-$100 $700 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Sandy Larry
$400 $1,700 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1898 the New York Journal offered a $50,000 reward for the capture of those thought to have sunk this ship
    $200 25
This capital's Pompidou Center houses a Museum of Modern Art, a music research institute & a public library
    $200 10
The basin of this river covers almost 40% of South America
    $200 6
It's the toothpaste brand that contains "Fluoristat"
    $200 13
Bred in England, Havana Browns were named for their color's resemblance to these items
    $200 20
"Swanee River" & "I Dream of Jeanie" are movie biographies of this composer
    $400 2
In 1955 this Cook County clerk was elected Chicago's mayor
    $400 26
In 1932 & 1933 this Mexican muralist created a 27-panel fresco called "Detroit Industry"
    $400 11
This sovereign state was named for the Roman hill on which it is located
    $400 7
In 1951 parties were first held across America to sell this line of plastic housewares
    $400 15
Since 1910 the English have called this "Iranian" cat the longhair
    $400 21
In 1994's "Immortal Beloved", Gary Oldman portrayed this composer
    $600 3
In 1910 the Mann-Elkins Act strengthened this agency's regulatory powers over the railroads
    $600 27
France's occupation of Spain inspired his "the 2nd of May, 1808" & "The 3rd of May, 1808"
    $600 14
The Bay of Haifa is located in this country
    $600 8
Initially, Campbell thought about calling this line "Fork Soups"
    $600 16
In a condition called heterochromia iridis, one of the cat's eyes remains this color from birth
    $600 22
Monty Woolley, this composer's friend from Yale days, appeared as himself in "Night and Day"
    $800 4
In 1821 this future president became governor of the newly-acquired Florida Territory
    DD: $2,000 28
This art movement begun in Zurich in 1916 was named for a French word meaning "hobbyhorse"
    $800 17
Dufourspitze, part of Monte Rosa, is this Alpine country's only peak above 15,000 feet
    $800 9
This clothing chain has used photos of stars like Steve McQueen wearing khakis to sell its khakis
    $800 18
The feline equivalent of this dog term is Moggie
    $800 23
Billy Preston played this composer as a boy & Nat King Cole played him as an adult in "St. Louis Blues"
    $1000 5
This 1862 act provided 160 acres of public land to those who would settle & cultivate it for 5 years
    $1000 29
As court painter, this Fleming executed numerous portraits of England's King Charles I
    $1000 19
Munich is the capital of this largest German state
    $1000 12
This automaker's name means "3 diamonds" in Japanese & its logo has 3 diamond shapes
    DD: $3,000 24
The 4 categories of this cat are rumpy, rumpy riser, stumpy & longie
    $1000 30
Yvonne De Carlo inspires this composer's title composition in "Song of Scheherazade"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Sandy Larry
$5,200 $7,300 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Discovered in 1799, it records the deeds of Egyptian king Ptolemy V Epiphanes

Final scores:

John Sandy Larry
$5,801 $10,401 $100
2nd place: Broyhill living room set + Dale Tiffany lamp New champion: $10,401 3rd place: Benrus watch

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Sandy Larry
$5,200 $7,300 $2,900
20 R,
6 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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