Show #2694 - Thursday, April 25, 1996

Beverly Spurs game 3.


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Ken Stokes, a marketing consultant originally from Twin Falls, Idaho

Gary Lynch, a medical communications worker from Los Angeles, California

Beverly Spurs, a podiatrist from Concord, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
The U.S. flag didn't fly over this South Carolina fort from April 14, 1861 to Feb. 18, 1865
    $100 9
This Mick Jagger group first hit the U.S. charts in mid-1964 with "Not Fade Away", a remake of a Buddy Holly tune
    $100 16
As a teenager he wrote copy for his brother's newspaper, the Hannibal Journal
    $100 14
Among swine, adult males are called boars & adult females are called these
    $100 1
To focus, the shape of this eye part is changed by the ciliary muscles
    $100 26
Young, soft-boned herrings are popularly canned & sold as these
    $200 7
The gold here is stored in a 12,700-square-foot building with concrete & steel vaults
    $200 10
She sang 6 songs on the soundtrack of "The Bodyguard", which sold 6 million copies in 10 weeks
    $200 17
When this author of "The Scarlet Letter" began getting published, he added a "W" to his last name
    $200 15
On April 30, 1939 he played in his 2,130th consecutive baseball game
    $200 2
Its 2 chains of nucleotides are twisted into a double helix held together by hydrogen bonds
    $200 27
The elephant type of this pungent herb often has bulbs the size of a small grapefruit
    $300 8
This fort is located on Locust Point, just 3 miles from the center of Baltimore
    $300 11
In 1973 he released his first album, "Greetings from Asbury Park, New Jersey"
    $300 20
This "Color Purple" author was once an editor of Ms. Magazine
    $300 23
Formed when water vapor joins with nitrogen & sulfur oxides, it reportedly damaged half of Germany's trees
    DD: $500 3
Fungi reproduce by these; one giant puffball may contain trillions of them
    $300 28
Cordon Bleu is typically made with chicken or this meat, with ham & cheese
    $400 12
Fort Dearborn, named for the Secretary of War, was built on the site of this present city
    $400 18
In 1971 this pop star had his only No. 1 hit with "You've Got A Friend"
    $400 21
In 1969 his "Journal of a Novel: The East of Eden Letters" was published posthumously
    $400 24
In a new series of books, this teen detective goes to college & dumps her longtime boyfriend Ned
    $400 4
Asexual reproduction may use mitosis; sexual reproduction uses this division process
    $400 29
Italians refer to duck as anitra; the French call it this
    $500 13
This San Antonio fort named for a leader of the Texas Revolution supplied Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders
    $500 19
This was Janis Joplin's only Top 40 hit as a solo performer
    $500 22
His 1980 work "Of Women and Their Elegance" is an imaginary memoir by Marilyn Monroe
    $500 25
Legwear Queen Elizabeth I wore in the 16th century, or the title of a 1957 Fred Astaire film
    $500 5
It's the bright yellow pigment in leaves & orange vegetables
    $500 30
Though today most Limburger cheese comes from Germany, it originated in this Low Country

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

Beverly Gary Ken
$3,100 $200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beverly Gary Ken
$3,700 $1,900 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1550s
    $200 22
Treasure Island was built as the site for this city's Golden Gate International Exposition
    $200 6
From 1900 to 1903 Sanford Dole served as the first governor of this territory
    $200 7
Sicilian is a southern dialect of this language
    $200 17
Once in a while you'll see this abbreviated occas.
    $200 12
Humayun, the 2nd Mogul emperor of this country, died in 1556, 6 months after recapturing his empire
    $200 1
Oscar Madison & Felix Ungar are the title pair in this comedy
    $400 23
A 1988 fair in Brisbane helped this country celebrate the 200th anniversary of its European settlement
    $400 27
In 1993 Texas state treasurer Kay Bailey Hutchison won the Senate seat vacated by this Treasury Sec'y
    $400 8
Scotland's Hebrides are one of the strongholds of this Celtic language
    $400 18
An eighth of a mile, it's abbreviated fur.
    $400 13
This Mexican resort city famous for its cliff divers was founded in 1550
    $400 2
Soon after her arrival, she asks, "Will Stanley like me, or will I be just a visiting in-law, Stella?"
    DD: $2,500 24
This city's 1876 fair, the first successful one in the U.S., displayed a new invention: the telephone
    $600 28
Celebrations in August 1995 marked the 75th anniversary of this amendment that gave women the right to vote
    $600 9
It's the official language of Yemen
    $600 19
To a Londoner, LM is Lord Mayor; to an astronaut, it's this craft
    $600 14
This French astrologer completed "The Centuries", a book of more than 900 predictions
    $600 3
In 1995 Patrick Stewart played Prospero in a New York Shakespeare Festival production of this play
    $800 25
This famous iron & glass structure housed the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London's Hyde Park
    $800 29
The Temperance movement led to the formation of this political party in 1869
    $800 10
French & Kirundi, a Bantu language, are official languages of this country
    $800 20
Capitalized, it's short for a book of the Bible; not capitalized, it's any division of Canada
    $800 15
People from this country settled Macao in 1557
    $800 4
Sarah Norman, a deaf student, becomes involved with her speech teacher in this Mark Medoff drama
    $1000 26
This Spanish city's first opera house was built for the 1992 fair held there
    $1000 30
This N.Y. Democrat who ran for president in 1928 got his nickname "The Happy Warrior" from FDR
    DD: $2,000 11
It's the language of instruction at Arhus University, Alborg University & the University of Odense
    $1000 21
An RN may be an NP, one of these
    $1000 16
She was queen of England for 9 days in 1553 & was beheaded in 1554
    $1000 5
Ken Harrison, paralyzed & fighting for his right to die, is the main character of this 1978 play

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beverly Gary Ken
$10,800 $6,700 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this ancient ruler translates as "It is well with the sun disk"

Final scores:

Beverly Gary Ken
$8,100 $2,500 $100
3-day champion: $40,800 2nd place: trip to Mesquite, Nevada 3rd place: Oneida gift certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Beverly Gary Ken
$12,100 $6,700 $2,200
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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