Show #2666 - Monday, March 18, 1996


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Heather Gifford, a paralegal from Washington, D.C.

Steve Curran, a market segment manager from Elmwood Park, New Jersey

Elliot Wilen, a network administrator originally from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Wounded in the storming of Chapultepec in 1847, he later became a Confederate general
    $100 21
Merv Griffin once said, "Las Vegas without Wayne Newton is like Disneyland without" this rodent
    $100 7
The sweet or green type of this is the one eaten on the cob
    $100 16
Pennsylvania's motto is "Virtue, Liberty and" this, something to make a "Declaration" of
    $100 1
In 432 he succeeded Palladius as Bishop of the Irish
    $100 2
An astute art critic knows the Venus de Milo is one
    $200 27
In 1964 he resigned as U.S. Attorney General & was elected a U.S. Senator
    $200 22
Sam Goldwyn reportedly said, "A producer shouldn't get" these stomach disorders, "he should give them"
    $200 8
The tope, a species of this, is prized for its fins, which are used to make a Chinese soup
    $200 17
"We dare defend our rights" comes straight from its heart— of Dixie
    $200 12
In art this husband of the Virgin Mary is often depicted as an old man
    $200 3
Hours elapse while you're this in bed
    $300 28
With Fred Allan Hartley, Jr., he sponsored the Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947
    $300 23
Howard Hughes said of this movie star, "His ears made him look like a taxicab with both doors open"
    $300 9
Pistou is the French version of this Italian sauce
    $300 18
Its motto is "Dirigo", not "Downeaster"
    $300 13
St. Stanislaus, the patron saint of this country, was bishop of Krakow
    $300 4
When a U.S. lawyer hangs out his shingle, it's usually in this language
    $400 29
This former Secretary of Defense retired as President of the World Bank in 1981
    $400 24
When she won an Oscar for "Tootsie", she was grateful "to have Dustin Hoffman as my leading lady"
    $400 10
This creature & the cheese made from its milk are both called chevre
    DD: $400 19
Word that's the motto of Texas & the title of the following:

"If you're ever in a jam, here I am. / If you ever need a pal, I'm your gal. / If you ever feel so happy, you'll land in jail."
    $400 14
St. Francis Borgia was the third Superior General of this group also called the Society of Jesus
    $400 5
Few viewed this Raymond Burr series with derision
    $500 30
On March 27, 1306 he was crowned king at Scone
    $500 25
Woody Allen said, "It's not that I'm afraid to" do this, "I just don't want to be there when it happens"
    $500 11
A San Francisco hotel chef created this "green" salad dressing for actor George Arliss
    $500 20
Business-minded Tennessee's motto has 2 cabinet departments in it: Agriculture & this
    $500 15
St. Andrew, one of the 12 apostles, was the brother of this other apostle
    $500 6
A knight of yore didn't have to travel far to run into one of these rascals

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Elliot Steve heather
$400 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elliot Steve heather
$1,600 $2,600 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
Carl Nielsen's comic opera "Maskarade" concerns a masked ball in this Danish capital
    $200 7
If your heart skips a beat when you hear this clue, you may need one of these implanted
    $200 1
In 1430 this maid of Orleans fell into the hands of the Burgundians, who turned her over to the English
    $200 2
Romantic bat-watching cruises are a highlight of the annual bat migration in this Texas capital
    $200 16
This "Les Miserables" author was the son of an officer in Napoleon's army
    $200 23
Sure as shootin' this Wild West star & inspiration for a musical is in the Hall
    $400 22
Henry Kissinger & Madame Mao are among the characters in the 1987 opera about this president "in China"
    $400 8
Devices using this technology can drill teeth, pasteurize milk & show you your unborn baby
    $400 3
Later Bishop of Lincoln, Robert Grosseteste was chancellor of this university c. 1215-1221
    $400 10
Surprisingly, there's a museum devoted to this Liverpudlian quartet in Vancouver, British Columbia
    $400 18
In April 1995 he had the hardcover & paperback fiction bestsellers with "The Rainmaker" & "The Chamber"
    $400 24
She got the Red Cross to help victims of peacetime disasters, too
    $600 28
"Harvey Milk" is a 1995 opera about the city supervisor of this California city who was murdered in 1978
    $600 9
When Queen Anne granted a patent for this device in 1714, it probably had no correction key
    $600 4
Domenico Morosini, who became doge in 1148, extended this city's rule to Istria
    $600 13
The murder & mystery tour of this Scottish capital departs from a restaurant called the Witchery
    $600 19
She followed "The Color Purple" with "In Search Of Our Mothers' Gardens"
    $600 25
Not Ruth, but this other "Babe" of sports is in the Hall
    $800 29
In "King Roger" the queen of this largest Mediterranean island loves a shepherd prophet from India
    $800 11
Early homemade radios used a cat's whisker & one of these rocks as a diode to receive signals
    $800 5
In Romanesque times, the center for this kind of book embellishment was Reichenau in Germany
    $800 14
Mongoose Junction is a shopping mall, not a petting zoo, on St. John in this island group
    $800 20
He worked on "Remembrance of Things Past" for at least 12 years
    $800 26
This Maine senator who passed away in 1995 is in the Hall
    $1000 30
Thea Musgrave's opera "The Voice of Ariadne" is based on a story by this author of "The Turn of the Screw"
    $1000 12
In the early 1800s these devices had 26 wires, one for every letter of the alphabet
    DD: $1,400 6
This town began to grow in importance after the Capetians made it their capital in 987
    $1000 15
Roller-skating performers play a model train set come to life in this musical at the Las Vegas Hilton
    $1000 21
When his "Elmer Gantry" was published, a New Hampshire minister tried to have him jailed
    DD: $1,000 27
In the Hall are this woman & Elizabeth Cady Stanton, founders of the newspaper "The Revolution"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elliot Steve heather
$7,200 $8,000 $4,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Ectopistes migratorius is the scientific name of this now-extinct bird

Final scores:

Elliot Steve heather
$14,400 $1,599 $4,100
2-day champion: $23,801 3rd place: Panasonic 13" travel TV/VCR combo 2nd place: trip to Park City, Utah

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Elliot Steve heather
$6,800 $9,000 $4,500
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
22 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,300

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