Show #2721 - Monday, June 3, 1996


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Sandy Falck, a physical therapist from South Euclid, Ohio

Bonnie Monte, an editor originally from Brooklyn, New York

Helene Luce, a student teacher from Falls Church, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will give you the province, you identify the country.)
    $100 21
In the 1450s Johann Fust lent this printer about 1,600 guldens to build a new experimental press
    $100 15
It's a cupola or tower for bells or bats
    $100 1
She played Frank Sinatra's daughter in the 1965 comedy "Marriage on the Rocks"—inspired casting
    $100 26
Now a term for any sudden crippling defeat, the attack on this site brought the U.S. into the war
    $100 2
Tootsie Roll makes Dots, fruit-flavored gumdrops, & Crows, black gumdrops in this flavor
    $100 8
    $200 22
Needing money to maintain his & his wife Margaret's social life, he turned traitor in 1779
    $200 16
It's a high-roofed shed in which aircraft are stored & repaired
    $200 3
Wayne Newton played professor Joe Butcher in the James Bond film "Licence to" do this
    $200 27
The war pitted the Allies against this group
    $200 4
Popular in the South, Lane cake is a layer cake that contains this shredded tropical fruit
    $200 9
Entre Rios,
Rio Negro,
La Pampa
    $300 23
Proceeds from this actor's "Own" foods are a part of over $80 million he's donated to charities
    $300 17
Hansel or Gretel could tell you elaborate trim on a house is known by this "sweet" term
    $300 12
She starred in the film "Chastity" in 1969 & gave birth to daughter Chastity the same year
    $300 28
It's the term for Germany's intensive aerial bombing of Britain
    $300 5
Joy of Cooking says the unsulfured type of this sticky sweetener is the best for cooking
    $300 10
    $400 24
About $500,000 in illegal campaign funds helped the defense of the men arrested for this June 17, 1972 crime
    $400 18
Charles Bulfinch was appointed its architect in 1817 & added the rotunda & West Central Portico
    $400 14
She earned a 1955 Oscar nomination for acting in "Pete Kelly's Blues" 3 years before she gave us "Fever"
    $400 29
In North Africa Rommel was the Desert Fox & the British troops were the Desert these
    $400 6
Coeur a la creme is a chilled dessert molded in this shape & served with berries or other fresh fruit
    $400 11
    DD: $500 25
While holding this office in Lincoln's cabinet, Montgomery Blair created the idea of money orders
    $500 19
Originally a small house or pavilion on the grounds of a larger house, now it's a place to gamble
    $500 20
This singer & jazz pianist gave us the creeps as a maniacal murderer in the 1995 thriller "Copycat"
    $500 30
Apparel term given to the armed gangs of Mussolini followers
    $500 7
Kulich is a cylindrical Russian cake traditionally served on this holiday
    $500 13

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

Helene Bonnie Sandy
$200 $400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Helene Bonnie Sandy
$1,700 $1,000 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
Peace activist David Dellinger helped organize demonstrations at this city's 1968 Democratic Convention
    $200 1
Igneous, sedimentary & metamorphic are the 3 main types of these
    $200 2
Desiree was the middle name of this star who married a man named Desi
    $200 13
In his early years, this "Tom Sawyer" author used such pen names as Sergeant Fathom & Josh
    $200 8
The phrase "to wear one's heart on one's sleeve" may have come from a practice once observed on this day
    $200 23
A campaign is on in England to build a 2nd replica of this Pilgrim ship; there's one here in Plymouth
    $400 20
In 1968 Cesar Chavez & his union called for a boycott of these growers
    $400 4
-459.67° F.
    $400 3
He was a fiddler for Minnie Pearl before he became "King of the Road"
    $400 17
In 1967 his "Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang" received the Young Readers' Choice Award
    $400 9
In Mexico, during the nine days of Posada, people reenact this pair's journey to Bethlehem
    $400 24
This first Stuart king ruled England when the colony was founded
    $600 21
This Black comedian & civil rights activist wrote a "Political Primer" in 1971
    $600 10
This gas represented by the symbol F2 is relatively abundant in the universe
    $600 5
Even though he was "President for Life", he was forced to flee Uganda in 1979
    $600 18
This "Cimarron" author's 1963 autobiography was titled "A Kind of Magic"
    $600 14
It was first observed nationally May 30, 1868
    $600 25
He & John Alden founded the town of Duxbury, which he named for his ancestral home
    DD: $1,000 28
Dr. Sara Josephine Baker helped track down Mary Mallon, who infected many with this disease
    $800 11
The most lustrous of precious metals, it reflects about 95% of the light falling upon it
    $800 6
Patrice Lumumba, the first prime minister of this country, now Zaire, was assassinated in 1961
    $800 22
This "God's Little Acre" author served as a newspaper correspondent in Russia during World War II
    $800 15
Taking place 50 days after Easter, Whitsunday is also called this
    $800 26
In 1691 the Plymouth Colony & other New England colonies were absorbed into this colony
    $1000 29
This first president of the SDS was the second husband of Jane Fonda
    $1000 12
The small companion to this "Dog Star" was the first star identified as a white dwarf
    $1000 7
The furor over Prince Charles' relationship with her has been dubbed "Camillagate"
    $1000 30
In 1986 this author of "Our Man in Havana" was named to Britain's Order of Merit
    $1000 16
On Kalevala Day, February 28, the people of this northern European country celebrate their national epic
    DD: $1,000 27
The Pilgrims first sought refuge in this country before deciding to go to America

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Helene Bonnie Sandy
$3,900 $2,000 $8,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The largest city in Canada's Maritime Provinces is named for George Montagu Dunk, the 2nd Earl of this

Final scores:

Helene Bonnie Sandy
$3,700 $0 $8,400
2nd place: Bose home theater system 3rd place: Astral crystal set New champion: $8,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Helene Bonnie Sandy
$4,400 $2,000 $8,000
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
0 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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