Show #3026 - Monday, October 27, 1997

Contestants

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Barbara Von Pagel, a reservations agent from Seattle, Washington

David Morgenstern, a lawyer from Chicago, Illinois

Steve Norton, a reporter from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
(Alex: Ours, of course!)
AMERICAN FOOD
BROTHERLY ROCK
TAKE IN ORDER
(Alex: You have to take the clues in this category in order.)
NOTED SCRIBES
CELEBRITY RHYME TIME
    $100 1
These volunteers were so named because they were ready to fight at 60 seconds' notice
    $100 2
The meat cooked in these pits is generally beef in Texas but pork in North Carolina
    $100 11
Duane & Gregg, in the '60s they recorded as Hour Glass
    $100 13
Supplementary statistics stuck onto the back of a book
    $100 21
Shortly after arriving in France in 1924, he completed "The Great Gatsby"
    $100 15
Mr. Bono's baby rabbits
    $200 4
Hanged as a spy on September 22, 1776, his body probably still lies somewhere in midtown Manhattan
    $200 3
One of Elvis Presley's favorite dishes was a sandwich filled with mashed bananas & this spread
    $200 12
Brothers Eddie & Alex, who formed the core of this band, were born in the Netherlands
    $200 14
The appendix is vermiform, meaning shaped like one of these
    $200 22
While serving as an ambulance driver, he was injured at Fossalta di Piave, Italy on July 8, 1918
    $200 16
Drescher's devotees
    $300 5
About 8,000 British prisoners were taken in this last major battle of the war
    $300 6
A slice of this bread that comes in a dotted bag can be wadded up smaller than a ping-pong ball & bounced
    $300 20
Jermaine to this category is this quintet with hits such as "I'll Be There" & "Dancing Machine"
    $300 25
Worms is home to what may be this country's oldest Jewish cemetery
    $300 27
He's written plays based on his works, including "Dandelion Wine" & "Fahrenheit 451"
    $300 17
Eastwood's candies
    $400 8
This 1765 act of Parliament called for taxes on such items as dice & playing cards
    $400 7
A pioneering jazz composer shares his nickname with this rich dessert
    DD: $500 23
Group seen here; the oldest brother is 16:
    $400 26
The Danube River rises in Germany's Schwarzwald & empties into this sea
    $400 28
This essayist wrote 3 children's stories, the last being "The Trumpet of the Swan" in 1970
    $400 18
Vanna's dancewear
    $500 9
This British nobleman was King George III's chief minister throughout the American Revolution
    $500 10
In Cincinnati the "five-way" type of this dish includes spaghetti, cheese, onions & beans
    $500 24
Brothers Tim, Andrew & Jon Farriss form half of this "Need You Tonight" sextet
    $500 30
The Black Sea bass is a popular catch among fishermen off this Palmetto State
    $500 29
From 1903 to 1905, American author Winston Churchill served in the legislature of this "Granite State"
    $500 19
Mr. Crystal's female foals

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

Steve David Barbara
$1,000 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve David Barbara
$2,200 $1,500 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

RESEARCH
SCIENTISTS
EROTIC THRILLERS
HISPANIC AMERICANS
U.S. BODIES OF WATER
3-LETTER WORDS
    $200 21
Norbert Pearlroth met this man in 1923 & researched his "Believe It Or Not!" feature for 52 years
    $200 7
Nobel chemist Wilhelm Ostwald didn't believe in these, let alone their protons & electrons
    $200 1
Her erotic thriller filmography includes "Sliver", "The Specialist" & "Basic Instinct"
    $200 3
In 1962 he used his life savings to form the National Farm Workers Association in Delano, Calif.
    $200 8
This lake nestled in the Adirondacks may take its name from its peaceful waters
    $200 15
It can mean quick to learn, or be short for a rental residence
    $400 26
Search engines like Alta Vista help you explore the vast maze of this information system
    $400 12
David Brewster established the law of polarization by reflection & invented this optical toy
    $400 2
Kathleen Turner turns on William Hurt in this classic of the genre
    $400 6
This folk singer & activist visited North Vietnam in 1972 & Bosnia in 1993
    $400 9
Shoshone Falls in Idaho lies on this winding river
    $400 18
Mantra for a unit of electrical resistance
    $600 28
London's Public Record Office is the British equivalent of this repository on Washington's Constitution Ave.
    $600 19
Norman Borlaug is said to have saved more lives than anyone else, mainly by breeding this grain
    $600 4
Former "90210" troublemaker who put on the "Blindfold: Acts of Obsession"
    $600 16
Mexican-American Bill Richardson replaced Madeleine Albright in this diplomatic post
    $600 10
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline runs from this bay to the city of Valdez
    $600 20
Being alliterative, Eve may eye this ostrich relative
    $800 24
Namesake of a British rock band, he invented the seed drill to sow tidy rows
    $800 5
Linda Fiorentino lost out on an Oscar nomination for "The Last" this because it debuted on cable
    DD: $1,500 17
Seen here, this model "flowered" as a personality on MTV & MTV Latino:
    $800 11
It's where David Farragut damned the torpedos & sped ahead to win a victory in 1864
    $800 22
Feel sorry for a street in France
    $1000 25
A method of staining bacteria is named for him, but the metric unit of weight isn't
    $1000 13
"Picture" this 1981 film in which Bruce Dern is "drawn" to model Maud Adams
    $1000 27
Once Lt. Castillo on "Miami Vice", in 1996 he won 2 Bravo Awards for positive portrayals of Latinos
    DD: $600 14
We hate to kiss & tell but the Kissimmee River flows through several lakes before emptying into this one
    $1000 23
A sticky substance itself, doubled up they're amorous glancing eyes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve David Barbara
$6,800 $5,800 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS BUILDINGS
(Alex: Like the one we're in!)
Richard Burbage & Sam Wanamaker, about 400 years apart, were responsible for its building & rebuilding

Final scores:

Steve David Barbara
$3,500 $10,000 $10
2nd place: Zenith 35" Big Screen Color TV & Klipsch Epic Series Speakers New champion: $10,000 3rd place: Trip for Two on Amtrak

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve David Barbara
$6,800 $5,100 $4,300
16 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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