Show #2664 - Thursday, March 14, 1996


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Terry McGill, an attorney and insurance broker from Martinez, California

Michael Ireton, a graduate student originally from Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

Cynthia Wilkinson, a veterinary receptionist from Felton, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with those two letters.)
    $100 26
A casino opened in Windsor when this became the third Canadian province to legalize gaming
    $100 21
Middle name shared by Jamie Curtis & Kathie Gifford
    $100 2
Founded in 1551, the University of San Marcos in this Peruvian capital is South America's oldest college
    $100 1
Lions don't do this to their food; they don't have the right teeth for it
    $100 7
Amarillo in this state is the home of Cowboy Morning, which features a wagon ride & chuck wagon chow
    $100 16
It's another term for a singer
    $200 27
Prince Charles got a hongi, a traditional Maori greeting, when he visited this country in February
    $200 22
She changed the spelling of her middle name, MacLean, & made it her last name
    $200 3
It was founded as a college of theology in Paris in the 1200s
    $200 12
This Arctic pinniped's 2 upper canine teeth may grow to 20 inches or more
    $200 8
The Banana Slug Derby is an unusual annual event in this state's Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
    $200 17
The simultaneous discharge of several missiles, or a tennis shot made before the ball hits the ground
    $300 28
On July 4 Philadelphia awarded this Czech president the Liberty Medal
    $300 23
Bridget Fonda's middle name; it's her famous aunt's first name
    $300 4
This country has 4 state universities: 2 in Flanders & 2 in Wallonia
    $300 13
This large flightless bird of Mauritius became extinct by 1681
    $300 9
The tour of this former "Evening Shade" star's Jupiter, Florida Ranch includes a visit to his petting farm
    $300 18
It can be a calling to a religious career or to any specific occupation
    $400 29
Politician William J. Bennett was on the bestseller list with "The Book of" these
    $400 24
It's a "gem" of a middle name for actor Lou Phillips
    $400 5
The university of this Canadian city is the largest outside France at which all courses are taught in French
    $400 14
Measuring up to 100 feet long & weighing more than 160 tons, it's the largest animal that ever lived
    $400 10
Life-size statues of Tom Sawyer & Huck Finn grace this Missouri city, Mark Twain's boyhood home
    $400 19
This interjection used to point out an accomplishment comes from voir, French for "to see"
    $500 30
First sold in 1994, this "Flavr Savr" salad ingredient was genetically altered to give it a longer shelf life
    $500 25
It's the middle name of Sarah Parker, who went on a "Honeymoon in Vegas"
    $500 6
Founded in the 1590s, this Irish college first allowed Catholics to study for degrees in 1793
    DD: $500 15
Named for a city, this breed of terrier is the only nonsporting breed developed in the United States
    $500 11
This hotel & office complex, world-famous since 1972, is named for steps that lead down to the Potomac
    $500 20
It's a swirling mass of water that can pull everything nearby toward its center

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

Cynthia Michael Terry
$500 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cynthia Michael Terry
$2,600 $2,300 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
This capital's elegant Corniche Highway runs along the eastern bank of the Nile
    $200 21
Queen Victoria soup contains chicken, ham, onion, celery, mushrooms & these hard-boiled items
    $200 1
One of the planners of the Boston Tea Party, this silversmith served as an officer in the Seven Years' War
    $200 5
The Zarzuela of this Iberian country is a musical form similar to other countries' operettas
    $200 23
In 1971 Irvin Feld sold this "Greatest Show on Earth" to Mattel; in 1982 he bought it back
    $200 16
Macbeth describes an assassination as "the be-all and the" this
    $400 12
During Prohibition, this Mexican city 12 miles south of San Diego was known for its bars & casinos
    $400 22
When sauteeing minced cloves of this, don't let them brown or the flavor will be bitter
    $400 2
After a treaty of alliance was signed in 1778, this French king sent troops & warships to aid the colonies
    $400 6
The movement of this across the strings "plays" an Aeolian harp
    $400 17
The dancing nymphs in "The Tempest" vanish "into" this
    $600 13
In the 13th century, Mongol ruler Kublai Khan made this city his capital
    $600 28
Fannie suggests serving creamed sardines on this, the way many people serve creamed chipped beef
    $600 3
On July 5, 1777 Britain's Burgoyne took back this fort the Green Mountain Boys took in May 1775
    $600 7
This "Carmen" composer completed "Noe", an opera left unfinished by his father-in-law
    $600 18
This Venetian moneylender questions whether he should speak "with bated breath"
    $800 14
This city has been called "Canada's Gateway to the Pacific"
    $800 27
This molded salad is often made from tomato juice but can be made with cucumbers or seafood instead
    $800 4
Passed by Parliament March 22, 1765, this act was viewed by the colonies as "taxation without representation"
    $800 8
David Oistrakh & his son Igor were both famous as soloists on this stringed instrument
    $800 24
1 of the 3 men who joined bankbooks to form DreamWorks SKG, a Hollywood production company
    DD: $1,200 19
In "Henry IV, Part 2" a hostess says of this man, "He hath eaten me out of house and home"
    $1000 15
This city's main post office is a palace once used as the home of Brazil's Portuguese rulers
    $1000 26
Fannie recommends making sherbet from the preserved Canton type of this spice
    DD: $1,300 11
Major battles in this state include those at Brandywine & Germantown
    $1000 9
Between 1908 & 1923, this Austrian composer devised the twelve-tone system of writing music
    $1000 25
In his teens Rowland Macy got a tattoo of one of these figures, now the Macy's trademark
    $1000 20
Play that gave us the phrase "To thine own self be true"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cynthia Michael Terry
$2,800 $7,300 $2,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of 3 presidential candidates who lost an election in which they received over 200 electoral votes

Final scores:

Cynthia Michael Terry
$0 $7,600 $4,800
3rd place: Maurice Lacroix watch New champion: $7,600 2nd place: Donjo sculpture "Sea of Love" + Dale Tiffany stained glass lamp

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cynthia Michael Terry
$4,500 $7,300 $4,100
14 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
22 R,
3 W
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,900

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