Show #2652 - Tuesday, February 27, 1996

Bob Scarpone game 4.


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Cassandra Dorn, a middle school teacher from Alexandria, Virginia

Pat Temple, an ecologist from Riverside, California

Bob Scarpone, an attorney from Flanders, New Jersey (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,602)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
St. George's Castle is one of the best places from which to view this capital city
    $100 1
Michael Palin was one of "the knights who say 'Ni'" in a 1975 film by this comedy troupe
    $100 11
States that have special Razorback Logo license plates are Tennessee & this one
    $100 26
In January the publisher of this city's Sun-Times bought a controlling interest in its Daily News
    $100 21
I'm a little one, short & stout, here is my handle, here is my spout
    $100 16
The cry of the Muntjac, one of these antlered animals, resembles a dog's bark
    $200 7
Fados, sad Portuguese folk songs, are accompanied by a lute & this stringed instrument
    $200 2
His first film, "The Big Broadcast of 1938", featured his future theme song—"Thanks for the Memory"
    $200 12
Gee is a wagon driver's command to the horses to turn in this direction
    $200 27
At a state dinner Fred Waring played "Zip-A- dee-doo-dah" for this premier who couldn't visit Disneyland
    $200 22
"A book of verses underneath the bough," this container "of wine, a loaf of bread—and thou"
    $200 17
A hinny is the offspring of a male horse & the female of this animal
    $300 8
By law, all Portuguese jewelry made of this metal must be at least 19.2 karats
    $300 4
This Oscar winner for "Ghost" was born Caryn Johnson in 1949
    $300 13
NASA put up a balloon "scarecrow" in 1995 to stop these birds from damaging the Space Shuttles
    $300 28
In terms of circulation, it was the top magazine in 1959
    $300 23
Swords are carried in scabbards & arrows are carried in these
    $300 18
The Bedouins use this one-humped camel for riding & racing
    $400 9
The Gulbenkian museum contains many works bought from this St. Petersburg, Russia museum
    $400 5
Leo is the first name of this comedian who bashes watermelons with his Sledge-O-Matic
    $400 14
It's the term for a sailboat slip or a bed on a train
    $400 29
In August William F. Quinn was sworn in as its first governor
    $400 24
This small, sealed glass container for medicine can be spelled with a "v" or a "ph"
    $400 19
The Aborigines sometimes use this wild dog for hunting
    $500 10
Each year thousands make the pilgrimage to this town where the Virgin Mary reportedly appeared in 1917
    $500 6
This comedy partner of Dudley Moore passed away in 1995 at age 57
    $500 15
A standard one is 40 feet long, can seat about 50 passengers & averages 40,000 miles a year
    $500 30
On June 26 this state's governor, Earl Long, was released from his week-long stay in a mental hospital
    DD: $1,000 25
Arthur Miller play that's also a container in which metals are melted at high heat
    $500 20
This endangered sea cow can live 70 years

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

Bob Pat Cassandra
$2,100 $1,100 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Pat Cassandra
$2,500 $3,200 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Genes on this sex chromosome control color vision, blood clotting & muscular dystrophy
    $200 6
The Rhode Island School of Design in this city has one of the nation's best college art collections
    $200 11
This aviatrix said, "The woman who can create her own job is the woman who will win fame and fortune"
    $200 23
In 1263 Alexander III of this country fought the Norwegians over possession of the Hebrides
    $200 21
Native speakers of this North Germanic language call it Svensk
    $200 16
Current Biography says she called her creation the vampire Lestat "the man I would love to be"
    $400 2
An amoeba of the Endamoeba genus lives in this kitchen insect pest
    $400 7
Piano recitals are held at the Franz Liszt Museum in this Hungarian city
    $400 12
About this film director, Norman Bel Geddes said, "CB lacked a sense of humor"
    $400 24
4 days after Iraq invaded Kuwait, this Saudi king authorized deployment of U.S. troops to his land
    $400 22
Modern standard Chinese, also known as this language, has 4 tones
    $400 17
Ann Beattie called her acclaimed first novel "Chilly Scenes of" this season
    $600 3
Honeybees get their sugar from nectar & their protein & fat from this
    $600 8
George II presented the Royal Library of the Kings of England to this museum in 1757
    $600 13
In 1923 this humorist said, "If you ever injected truth into politics, you have no politics"
    $600 25
This king of England's nickname "The Unready" comes from Old English unraed, meaning he lacked advice
    $600 28
Most Haitians speak Haitian Creole, based largely on this language
    $600 18
This "Rebecca" author's married name was Lady Daphne Browning
    $800 4
The Moon has 2 main types of surfaces: highlands & these, both of which have craters
    $800 9
The Frick Art Museum & Sarah Scaife Gallery are high points of this Pennsylvania city
    $800 14
Benjamin Franklin said, "Three may keep a secret, if two of them are" this
    DD: $2,000 26
In 1925, due to his liaison with Magda Lupescu, Carol II had to renounce rights to this country's throne
    $800 29
Hindi is based on the Khari Boli dialect but borrowed many elements from this classical language
    $800 19
Eudora Welty set her first full-length novel, "Delta Wedding", in this, her home state
    $1000 5
Gold & other precious metals are measured on this weight system that has 12 ounces to the pound
    $1000 10
This D.C. medical center houses the National Museum of Health & Medicine
    DD: $1,000 15
It's said Woodrow Wilson called this Garfield V.P. & later president "a nonentity with side whiskers"
    $1000 27
Mongkut & his son Chulalongkorn are generally regarded as this country's greatest kings
    $1000 30
Over 13 million people speak Cebuano, a native language of this country; about 39 million speak Tagalog
    $1000 20
"Pale Horse, Pale Rider" is a collection of 3 novelettes by this author of "Ship of Fools"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Pat Cassandra
$10,100 $4,800 $3,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 1st man named this was a violinist, the 2nd, an actor & the 3rd, CEO at Times Mirror Magazines

Final scores:

Bob Pat Cassandra
$10,599 $8,800 $1
4-day champion: $38,201 2nd place: Bassett dining room set + Towle flatware set 3rd place: Franchi Menotti sports watch

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Pat Cassandra
$12,100 $4,300 $3,300
29 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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