Show #2737 - Tuesday, June 25, 1996

Karl Coryat game 3.

Contestants

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Don Sloan, a composer and music professor from Wadsworth, Ohio

Rob Mitchell, a telecommunications engineer from Aberdeen, New Jersey

Karl Coryat, a managing editor from Oakland, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $42,400)

Jeopardy! Round

SOCIOLOGY
WORLD CITIES
TV LAW
MORTAL MATTERS
U.S. PRESIDENTS
CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
    $100 21
Financial crimes committed by high-status people are referred to as this-collar type
    $100 4
Diego Velazquez founded this capital on Cuba's south coast; 4 years later it was moved to the north coast
    $100 26
Writer Erle Stanley Gardner had script approval of this series' episodes
    $100 16
This planet is named for the god of the dead
    $100 1
He passed away at Monticello July 4, 1826
    $100 11
Mickey & Minnie (4)
    $200 22
People born in the 1946-1964 birth explosion make up this generation
    $200 7
This city's main shopping street is the Mercerie, between the Rialto Bridge & St. Mark's Square
    $200 27
In 1987 this Stephen Bochco series was named Outstanding Drama Series at the Emmys
    $200 17
The Aztecs believed dead warriors were reborn as these swift, small birds
    $200 2
After leaving office, this generally "silent" president wrote a syndicated news column
    $200 12
Bates building (5)
    $300 23
The former Communist nations of the Soviet bloc were part of this numerical "world"
    $300 8
The home of Prime Minister William Gladstone still stands in this British city on the Mersey River
    $300 28
This "Rifleman" star played attorney John Egan in the 90-minute series "Arrest and Trial"
    $300 18
This explorer's heart is buried in Chitambo, now in Zambia, his body in Westminster Abbey
    $300 3
He beat Charles Evans Hughes by only 23 electoral votes to win reelection in 1916
    $300 13
Pestle's partner (6)
    $400 24
It's the web of relationships between people; you may use it to get a job
    $400 9
This capital of New South Wales is Australia's oldest British settlement
    $400 29
When Michael Moriarty left this NBC series in 1994, he was replaced by Sam Waterston
    $400 19
She wrote, "Because I could not stop for death, he kindly stopped for me"
    DD: $500 5
He was the first president to preside over all 50 states
    $400 14
Sexy civet scent (4)
    $500 25
It's the study of how births, deaths & people moving affect population
    $500 10
It's said this North Korean capital is the Korean Peninsula's oldest city
    $500 30
In 1961 Martin Sheen had his first major TV role on this series starring E.G. Marshall & Robert Reed
    $500 20
On this November 2 holiday, Roman Catholic priests can say 3 masses for the dead
    $500 6
On graduating from West Point in 1843, he hoped to become a math teacher
    $500 15
Tolkien's terrain (6,5)

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

Karl Rob Don
$3,100 $700 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karl Rob Don
$4,600 $1,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

PAINTINGS
FESTIVALS & CELEBRATIONS
PULITZER PRIZE WINNERS
BRITISH HISTORY 1982
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
MOUNTAINS
    $200 3
The title of a Gauguin painting featuring the bird of the devil, or a quote from a Poe raven
    $200 26
Corbin in this "Bluegrass State" is home to the Nibroc (Corbin spelled backward) festival
    $200 16
In this 1940 winner, Steinbeck alternates narrative with discussion of the problems of migrant workers
    $200 21
The crisis over these islands escalated into a war
    $200 1
This measure has been defined as the combined lengths of 12 poppyseeds
    $200 8
Annapurna was the highest mountain climbed until this peak was scaled in 1953
    $400 4
In Botticelli's "Primavera", this blindfolded cherub is ready to shoot an arrow at the 3 graces
    $400 27
This state has a rose festival in Jackson & a lilac festival on Mackinac Island
    $400 17
Will Durant shared a Pulitzer for "Rousseau and Revolution" with this woman, his wife
    $400 22
This heir to the throne was born June 21, 1982
    $400 2
This system of measurement is abbreviated avdp.
    $400 9
The highest peaks in these mountains of France & Spain lie in the Maladeta Range
    $600 5
His 2nd & 3rd most famous women's portraits are "Cecilia Gallerani" & "Ginevra de' Benci"
    $600 30
Don't "space out" or you'll miss Panoply, a spring celebration of the arts in this Alabama city
    $600 18
This American historian, born Barbara Wertheim in 1912, won 2 Pulitzers for general nonfiction
    $600 23
In October this Tudor king's flagship the Mary Rose, which sank over 400 years earlier, was raised
    $600 13
Gold of this many karats is 3/4 pure
    $600 10
Only 2 Alpine peaks exceed 15,000 feet -- Monte Rosa & this one
    $800 6
Venus, Juno & Minerva are the full-bodied women in this Flemish master's 1638 "Judgment of Paris"
    DD: $4,800 29
"Mountaineers are always free" to attend Mountaineer Week in Morgantown in this state
    $800 19
James Michener won his only Pulitzer Prize for this, his first book of fiction
    $800 24
In operation since 1977, this low-fare airline declared bankruptcy
    DD: $3,600 14
In 1967 this unit of time was defined as 9,192,631,770 cycles of radiation of a cesium-133 atom
    $800 11
In Arabic this North African range is called Djezira El-Maghreb, or "Island of the West"
    $1000 7
Victorine Meurend, his "Chanteuse des rues", is the nude in his "Le dejeuner sur l'herbe"
    $1000 28
A fire ant mating call contest is part of the Fire Ant Festival in Marshall in this southwest state
    $1000 20
This Truman Secretary of State won for his autobiographical book "Present at the Creation"
    $1000 25
This opera company known for its Gilbert & Sullivan shows went out of business in February
    $1000 15
This unit was originally intended to be 1/40,000,000 of the Earth's circumference
    $1000 12
Mount Kosciusko, Australia's highest peak, lies in this range of the Australian Alps

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karl Rob Don
$14,000 $3,600 $10,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
It's the biggest single customer of the domestic airline industry, using about 15,000 flights a day

Final scores:

Karl Rob Don
$7,900 $2,200 $12,000
2nd place: Broyhill bedroom furniture 3rd place: Sansui CD system New champion: $12,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Karl Rob Don
$11,100 $3,600 $6,000
33 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
9 R,
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,700

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