Show #2741 - Monday, July 1, 1996


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Diana Jarrett, a middle school administrator from Alexandria, Virginia

John Magolan, a computer programmer from Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Paul Carlson, a transit policy analyst from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

I ❤️ S.F.
(Alex: I love San Francisco.)
    $100 6
It's the product most often associated with Alfred Carl Fuller
    $100 1
In 1792 this was made the official currency of the new United States
    $100 26
A vain, arrogant person is said to strut like this proud bird
    $100 21
John Fitch designed the first workable one, years before Robert Fulton & his Clermont
    $100 15
Famous sisters Jayne & Audrey Cotter
    $100 10
Andrew Hallidie built the first of these after watching draft horses strain & trudge up Nob Hill
    $200 7
Insurance salesman Lewis E. Waterman developed the 1st practical fountain type of this
    $200 2
In 1776 hymn singers could ask this "cleft" object, "let me hide myself in thee"
    $200 27
This ragtime dance that features a springy walk has a Thanksgiving bird in its name
    $200 22
Creator of the wireless, he became president of the Royal Italian Academy in 1930
    $200 16
Bo's husband Derek Harris
    $200 11
You can enter this area through the Dragon's Gate on Grant Avenue at Bush Street
    $300 8
Out-of-work salesman Charles Darrow made the sale of his life when he sold this game to Parker Brothers
    $300 3
In 1731 Louisiana reverted to a royal colony of this country
    $300 28
Someone with piercing sight or keen powers of observation has this kind of "eye"
    $300 23
By the time he retired to Europe in 1863, his company was the world's largest maker of sewing machines
    $300 17
Singing political satirist Mark Ruslander
    $300 12
The 1906 & 1989 earthquakes were on this fault
    $400 9
This president's father, William Jefferson Blythe III, whom he never knew, was a traveling salesman
    $400 4
In 1766 Rousseau ascribed this line to "a great princess"; later it was attributed to Marie Antoinette
    $400 29
The name of this yellow bird is a slang term for a female singer, especially one with a dance band
    $400 24
Otto Frederick Rohwedder's 1928 invention of this machine made sandwich-making easier
    $400 18
Steven Spielberg's better half Kathy Sue Nail
    $400 13
This stadium might have left a light burning in the window to bring the Giants there in 1960
    $500 20
He was an IBM salesman from 1957 to 1962, then formed his own company, EDS, & became a billionaire
    DD: $800 5
Founded by Franciscan monks in 1718, San Antonio de Valero later acquired this name meaning "cottonwood"
    $500 30
This bird flies higher in fine weather, so saying it "honks high" or "hangs high" means all's well
    $500 25
On May 24, 1844 he sent the famous message "What hath God wrought"
    $500 19
Ex-Police man Gordon Matthew Sumner
    $500 14
Linking the city with Oakland, Richmond, Concord & Fremont is the BART, which stands for this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Paul John Diana
$800 $800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul John Diana
$2,500 $4,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
In 1989 he was named Chancellor of the Exchequer in Margaret Thatcher's cabinet
    $200 8
Kangaroo Island is a large island off this country's south coast
    $200 1
It's a wild hare
    $200 3
In 1983 a statue of this "It's A Wonderful Life" actor was unveiled in his hometown of Indiana, Penn.
    $200 27
Draculase, an experimental drug that helps dissolve arterial clots, comes from this mammal's saliva
    $200 17
At an early age this "Divine Comedy" poet began to write love poems in the style of Guido Guinizelli
    $400 14
On September 3, 1939, he led the country into war
    $400 9
Cape Town is just north of this cape
    $400 2
In 1993 he was named Architect of the Year by Golf World Magazine
    $400 4
This Tennessee city's Great American Pyramid features a statue of Ramses the Great over 25 feet tall
    $600 15
He was educated by his uncle Richard Lloyd, the village cobbler, & took his name in his honor
    $600 10
Plunging 980 feet, the Staubbach is the highest of these in Switzerland's Lauterbrunnen Valley
    DD: $2,000 19
Star whose theme is heard here in an unusual version by Spike Jones:
    $600 5
Salem, Illinois has a statue of this Scopes trial prosecutor, who was born there
    $600 24
This lord's long southern European trip furnished material for his "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage"
    $800 16
1 of the 2 Harolds who served in the 1960s
    $800 11
Rouen was the capital of this old province of France whose duke conquered the English in 1066
    $800 20
He was the youngest of the 4 brothers who opened their Hollywood film studio in 1917
    $800 6
The misbelief that this statue of Helios straddled a harbor entrance dates from the Middle Ages
    $800 25
A sextant includes an index mirror, a Horizon glass & this optical instrument
    $800 23
This Irish poet who died in 1939 is buried near Sligo "Under bare Ben Bulben's head"
    $1000 18
His famous 1917 declaration came well after his 1902 to 1905 term as Prime Minister
    DD: $2,500 12
It's the easternmost of Europe's 3 great southern peninsulas
    $1000 21
After dropping out of Columbia & roaming the country, he used his experiences to write "On the Road"
    $1000 7
The idea for this statue came from French politician Edouard de Laboulaye in 1865
    $1000 26
Pronounced one way it's the capital of the Comoros; the other way, it's the angel seen by Joseph Smith
    $1000 22
He won the Pulitzer Prize for "The Age of Anxiety" 2 years after becoming an American citizen

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul John Diana
$12,000 $6,400 $1,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1920 he was named provisional president of Africa with a mandate to free it from white domination

Final scores:

Paul John Diana
$12,802 $12,000 $400
2-day champion: $34,804 2nd place: Lloyd/Flanders indoor/outdoor furniture set 3rd place: Krups kitchen appliance package

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul John Diana
$10,500 $9,200 $1,400
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
23 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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