Show #2667 - Tuesday, March 19, 1996


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Don Eyles, a computer scientist originally from Atlanta, Georgia

Betsy Lyons, a veterinarian from Pukalani, Hawaii

Elliot Wilen, a network administrator originally from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
    $100 6
In 1936 this Spanish general was exiled to the Canary Islands by the Popular Front government
    $100 16
Before directing & acting in "Citizen Kane", he provided narration for 1940's "Swiss Family Robinson"
    $100 1
Inventor Christiaan Huygens described the pendulum type of this device in 1658's "Horologium"
    $100 10
A TV transmission tower added to this building in 1951 made it 1,472 feet tall
    $100 25
These cubes of fried or toasted bread sit atop soups & salads
    $100 20
In 1992 this Russian leader addressed a joint session of our Congress
    $200 7
This Communist leader divorced Ho Tzu-Chen in 1937 & married Chiang Ch'ing in 1939
    $200 17
This singer played singer Breathless Mahoney in "Dick Tracy"
    $200 2
This steamboat pioneer studied painting in London under Benjamin West
    $200 11
This railroad terminal on 42nd Street was built between 1903 & 1913
    $200 26
French chefs garnish some dishes with cocks' kidneys & these items found atop roosters' heads
    $200 21
Following his donation to the Collegiate School in New Haven in 1718, the school was renamed for him
    $300 8
In 1934 this "Public Enemy Number One" fought his way out of a police trap in Wisconsin
    $300 18
A wookie named Chewbacca is the sidekick of this "Star Wars" character
    $300 3
Joseph Boyce received a patent on one of these devices decades before Cyrus McCormick
    $300 12
This legendary Harlem theatre was reopened in 1986 after extensive restoration
    $300 27
These potato toppers are the leaves of a grasslike herb, Allium schoenoprasum
    $300 22
This Irish poet & playwright helped found what's now known as the Abbey Theatre
    $400 9
In 1932 the Winter Olympic Games were held in this New York town
    $400 19
Film in which Gene Kelly & Leslie Caron found their "Love is here to stay. Not for a year, but ever and a day"
    $400 4
Working for Du Pont, W.H. Carothers invented this, the first successful truly synthetic fiber
    $400 13
In this "District" of the city, 7th Avenue is also known as Fashion Avenue
    $400 28
When this common green garnish is fried, the French call it persil frit
    $400 23
During WWI this soldier of the 328th Infantry, 82nd Division captured a German machine-gun battalion
    $500 15
This poet began writing "Four Quartets", his most important later work, in 1935
    $500 29
Ben Johnson & Cloris Leachman won Oscars for this 1971 Peter Bogdanovich film
    $500 5
Vannevar Bush invented the differential analyzer, a predecessor of the analog type of this device
    DD: $200 14
This hotel, a meeting place of Dorothy Parker & Robert Benchley, is located at 59 W. 44th Street
    $500 30
Lamb chops a la Marechale are garnished with truffle slices & the tips of this green vegetable
    $500 24
In 1947 he flew faster than the speed at which my words are reaching the people in this studio

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Elliot Betsy Don
$1,400 -$300 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elliot Betsy Don
$2,500 -$300 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The white band on Chile's flag symbolizes the snow of these mountains
    $200 9
He was 25 when he painted "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon", a departure from his Rose Period
    $200 1
Bifid, as in the case of a snake's tongue, means this
    $200 16
In 1774 this Pennsylvanian was stripped of his deputy Postmaster General's office
    $200 26
Mainichi Shimbun has the third-highest circulation of this nation's 5 national newspapers
    $200 21
At the end of the play, the only part of this title Scotsman that's onstage is his severed head
    $400 7
This country's present flag, red & white with a maple leaf, was adopted in 1965
    $400 10
This artist famous for his works of the Moulin Rouge was the son of a French nobleman
    $400 2
While this bed cover can be any color, it takes its name from the French word for white
    $400 17
In 1622 John Rolfe, widower of this Indian princess, was presumed killed in an Indian massacre
    $400 27
The Walter family wholly or partly owned this London newspaper from its founding in 1785 until 1966
    $400 22
Gertrude, Laertes, Claudius & this man all die in the same scene— something must be rotten
    $600 8
Adopted in 1993, Eritrea's flag shows this branch, a symbol of peace, on a red, blue & green field
    $600 11
In 1891 he auctioned off his paintings & used the proceeds to move to Tahiti
    $600 3
It's the term for a word or phrase that reads the same way backwards & forwards
    $600 18
From 1733 to 1743 this future British general served as Georgia's first governor
    $600 28
Joseph Stalin served as an editor of this Communist Party newspaper
    $600 23
Emilia calls him a "dull Moor" for suspecting Desdemona of hanky-panky
    $800 14
The "R" on its flag stands for republic, referendum & revolution, as well as the country's name
    $800 12
At his death in 1891, this pointillist was working on a painting of "The Circus"
    $800 4
It's the more common term for a dactylogram; yours is unique
    DD: $1,500 19
In 1636 he bought land at the head of Narragansett Bay
    $800 29
This tiny European country has its own daily newspaper— L'Osservatore Romano
    $800 24
In this comedy Anne Page & some boys dress up like fairies to pinch Falstaff & burn him with tapers
    $1000 15
This Mediterranean island country's flag is red & white with a George Cross
    $1000 13
This Venetian who painted "The Rape of Europa" probably lived past the age of 90
    $1000 5
This word meaning to wind & turn or wander aimlessly comes from the name of a river in Asia Minor
    $1000 20
Tradition says he was the first Pilgrim to set foot on Plymouth Rock
    $1000 30
England's Guardian newspaper dropped this city's name from its title in 1959
    DD: $1,000 25
These 2 plays end with Octavius discussing funerals

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elliot Betsy Don
$5,700 $1,300 $14,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only country in the Americas currently headed by a woman president & vice president

Final scores:

Elliot Betsy Don
$8,800 $2,599 $16,700
2nd place: Ashley dining table set + Bob Mitchell Designs home decor set 3rd place: RCR crystal stemware set New champion: $16,700

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Elliot Betsy Don
$6,000 $1,300 $13,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
8 R,
3 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,700

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