Show #2661 - Monday, March 11, 1996


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Sarah Bornstein, a personnel director from Chicago, Illinois

Tony Intorelli, a computer consultant from Hamilton Square, New Jersey

Kevin Shultz, a foreign language student originally from Austin, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1650s
    $100 6
The town of Winston, founded in 1849, was consolidated with this town in 1913
    $100 16
This "Wheel of Fortune" host got his start as a weatherman on WSM-TV in Nashville
    $100 18
This fruit's world crop, including plantains, is estimated at 35-40 million metric tons
    $100 1
In 1655 Titan, the largest satellite of this ringed planet, was discovered by Christiaan Huygens
    $100 26
This agency collects Social Security taxes
    $100 8
It considers its Accord "a car ahead"
    $200 7
The North Carolina Museum of Art in this capital has works by Botticelli & Raphael
    $200 17
"Upstairs, Downstairs" ran on this Alistair Cooke-hosted PBS series 1974-77
    $200 19
Citrus aurantium is the scientific name of the Seville type of this fruit found in marmalade
    $200 2
In 1652 the first Dutch pioneers settled this South African port
    $200 27
A fully qualified worker can begin to receive full benefits at this retirement age
    $200 9
Ibuprofen brand that invites you to "nupe it"
    $300 10
An outdoor drama called "The Lost Colony" is performed north of Manteo on this island each summer
    $300 23
The Children's Television Workshop was created in 1967 to produce this show
    $300 20
This fruit, Mangifera indica, is produced by a tree of the cashew family
    $300 3
From 1654 to 1657, he served as president of the Rhode Island colony
    $300 28
It's the number of digits in your Social Security Number
    $300 13
As Madge reminded you, it "softens hands while you do dishes"
    $400 11
This city is home to 4 major hospitals, including Duke University Medical Center
    $400 24
This NBC sitcom was the top show of the 1994-95 television season
    $400 21
The flesh of this melon weighing up to 50 pounds can be red, pink, yellow or white
    $400 4
This country's Queen Christina abdicated to become a Roman Catholic
    $400 29
Titles XVIII & XIX of the Social Security Act initiated these 2 public insurance plans
    $400 14
It "stops static before static stops you"
    DD: $900 12
Lord Cornwallis called this largest North Carolina city a "hornet's nest of rebellion"
    $500 25
This Fox series starring Gillian Anderson & David Duchovny won a Golden Globe for Best Drama in 1995
    $500 22
The Romans called this seedy red fruit Punicum, from their word for Carthaginians
    $500 5
This French philosopher known for his "Discourse on Method" died February 11, 1650
    $500 30
Prior to chairing the Federal Reserve Board, he headed a Social Security Reform Commission
    $500 15
This airline takes off saying, "You'll love the way we fly"

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

Kevin Tony Sarah
$3,300 $600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Tony Sarah
$5,800 $2,400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
South Sea was the name he gave to the Pacific Ocean, which he sighted in 1513
    $200 4
Her father, Edward, was treasurer of Amherst College 1835-1873, & also served in Congress
    $200 20
The 2 principal parts of this U.S.-Canadian cataract are separated by Goat Island
    $200 19
"There's a somebody I'm longing to see: I hope that he turns out to be someone who'll" do this
    $200 9
Well over half of the U.S. production of this soft mineral is used for batteries
    $200 14
From 1785 to 1790, Federal Hall in this city served as the U.S. Capitol
    $400 2
This great Carthaginian general won decisive victories at Lake Trasimene & Cannae
    $400 7
His "Evangeline" was based in part on a story told to him by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    $400 27
Waterfalls cascade from the slopes of the mountains that line this country's Hardanger Fjord
    $400 21
"They all" did this "at Christopher Columbus when he said the world was round"
    $400 10
This western state is the USA's leading silver producer
    $400 15
This plate-shaped metal percussion instrument about 3' in diameter can be tuned or untuned
    $600 3
In 1918 Hebrew University was founded on Mount Scopus in this holy city
    $600 8
You can visit this poet's grave & a museum devoted to his life & works in Galesburg, Illinois
    $600 28
The waters of Bridalveil Creek drop 620 feet into the Merced River in this national park
    $600 22
In "I Got Rhythm", "I got" these flowers "in green pastures"
    $600 11
Before 1900 this yellow element was obtained from volcanic deposits, roasted pyrites & mines in Sicily
    $600 16
The liver produces about a quart of this fluid daily
    $800 5
Prince Saionji Kimmochi led the Japanese delegation to this 1919 peace conference
    $800 17
His "Ode on a Grecian Urn" includes the line "Beauty is truth, truth beauty"
    $800 29
This country's most famous waterfall is called Salto Angel in Spanish
    $800 23
"I'll build a stairway to" here "with a new step everyday"
    $800 12
The name of this element, symbol Se, comes from the Greek for "moon"
    $800 25
During most of World War II, this statesman was prime minister of Japan
    DD: $1,000 6
The Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916 called for the partition of this empire
    $1000 18
In 1589 Sir Walter Raleigh took this poet to London to publish the first 3 books of "The Faerie Queene"
    DD: $4,000 30
Victoria Falls is on the upper course of this African river
    $1000 24
"Let the drums roll out! Let the trumpet call! While the people shout!" this
    $1000 13
This element that hardens steel has been used to plate auto bumpers & trim
    $1000 26
The Anti-Defamation League is a commission of this Jewish organization

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Tony Sarah
$9,000 $2,000 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. sailors & Marines who participated in this battle were awarded the Dewey Medal

Final scores:

Kevin Tony Sarah
$11,000 $2,000 $5,400
2-day champion: $25,800 3rd place: Muirfield china set 2nd place: General Instruments satellite system + Panasonic GPS receiver

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kevin Tony Sarah
$8,600 $6,000 $5,400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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