Show #2895 - Friday, March 14, 1997

Contestants

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Liz Klausky, a registered nurse from Port Orange, Florida

Seth McElvaney, a graduate student from Raleigh, North Carolina

John Hammond, a marketing director originally from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
ANNUAL EVENTS
FAMOUS NAMES
HISTORY
FACIAL HAIR
"HARRY" MOVIES
    $100 6
Her recently-discovered work "Lost Laysen" was published in 1996, the 60th anniv. of "Gone With The Wind"
    $100 19
The Simbra Oilor in Oas, Romania celebrates the return of these animals to the pasture -- "shear" luck
    $100 1
In 1950 this world leader received a law degree from the University of Havana
    $100 10
In 1493 he reached Montserrat in the West Indies & named it for a Spanish mountain
    $100 5
This symbol of America has a type of beard named for him
    $100 8
"Magnum Force" was its first sequel
    $200 11
This "Lolita" author began writing in English while living in France
    $200 22
Junkanoo, a noisy celebration, welcomes the New Year in Nassau & Freeport in this island group
    $200 2
In May 1996 this evangelist & his wife Ruth were honored with a Congressional gold medal
    $200 14
From 1815 to 1861 this principality on the Riviera was under the protection of Sardinia
    $200 21
Women have a special pencil for them
    $200 9
This Bigfoot comedy made big bucks in 1987
    $300 15
This Czech president's play "The Garden Party" was long banned in his homeland
    $300 24
Ostend in this Low Country is home to Le Bal Rat Mort -- The Masked Ball of the Dead Rat
    $300 3
In 1969 he was succeeded as Maryland governor by Democrat Marvin Mandel
    $300 16
In 1855 this victor at the Alamo was deposed as Mexican dictator & fled to the Caribbean
    $300 27
Wearing this kind of beard would turn a nanny into a billy
    $300 12
In 1984 Paul Newman starred in "Harry And Son"; 10 years earlier, Art Carney won an Oscar for this film
    $400 20
Archibald MacLeish based his verse play "J.B." on this book of the Bible
    $400 25
An 1876 bank robbery attempt is reenacted during Defeat of Jesse James Days in Northfield in this state
    $400 4
This star sings the theme, "Nice Work If You Can Get It", for her self-titled sitcom
    $400 17
Tangier was returned to this north African nation in 1956, after 33 years of international control
    $400 28
A soupstrainer moustache is also known by this aquatic mammal's name
    $400 13
In this 1989 film, the title pair's relationship "Crystal"izes on a drive from Chicago to NYC
    $500 23
British barrister who brought us Rumpole of the Bailey
    $500 26
Penitents pierce their bodies with hooks & walk in a procession during Thaipusam, a festival of this religion
    $500 7
In 1983, a year after opening Spago, this celebrity chef opened Chinois On Main in Santa Monica, Calif.
    DD: $1,000 18
1 of the 2 Mideast countries in which the Baath Party has held power for over 20 years
    $500 29
This long moustache with ends that droop past the chin is named for a Sax Rohmer villain
    $500 30
Shirley MacLaine made her film debut in this 1955 Hitchcock film that may have inspired "Weekend At Bernie's"

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

John Seth Liz
$1,200 $1,300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Seth Liz
$1,300 $3,900 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ONE-WOMAN SHOWS
PEOPLE & PLACES
ART & ARTISTS
HEALTH & FITNESS
CIVIL WAR GENERALS
3-LETTER WORDS
    $200 11
Julie Harris won her fifth Tony for playing this famous woman in "The Belle Of Amherst"
    $200 2
This familiar nickname for folks from down under is a shortened & altered form of "Australian"
    $200 1
This pop artist's 1962 painting "Green Coca-Cola Bottles" is in the Whitney Museum
    $200 7
Coconut oil is about 90% this type of fat; canola oil is about 6%
    $200 21
He said, "The name 'Stonewall' ought to be attached wholly to the men of the brigade, and not to me"
    $200 12
It can be an edge or border, or a basketball hoop
    $400 22
This British actress explored her relationship with her father, Sir Michael, in "Shakespeare For My Father"
    $400 4
If you visit this city, you'll find its people, the Genovese, call it Genova
    $400 3
In 1881 Manet painted the garden of a villa he rented in this French city noted for its palace
    $400 17
Some minor injuries are treated with "RICE", an acronym for rest, ice, compression & this
    $400 24
This president said that if Gen. McClellan didn't want to use the army, he would like to borrow it
    $400 13
Near or toward the rear of a ship
    $600 23
"God Said 'Ha!'" stars Julia Sweeney, famous for playing this androgynous "Saturday Night Live" character
    $600 5
Samoans live in the Samoan Islands, while Samians live on Samos, one of this country's islands
    $600 8
Michelangelo's statue of Bacchus is among the art treasures in the Bargello in this Italian city
    $600 18
Since ancient times, oil of this dried tree bud has been used to treat toothaches
    $600 26
This Confederate commander is buried at the college he headed after the war
    $600 14
It's a dot on a domino
    $800 25
Her 1984 one-woman show made her a Broadway star & she's given us "Comic Relief" ever since
    $800 6
The people of this English city are called Mancunians
    $800 9
This impressionist's 1890s paintings of Rouen Cathedral are noted for their use of atmosphere
    $800 19
A booster shot for this is recommended every 10 years for adults, especially if they do yardwork
    $800 27
This Union general was disgusted that the name "Fighting Joe" stuck for the rest of his life
    $800 15
It describes wine that's dry, not sweet
    $1000 28
In 1985 audiences were "Laugh-In" at her show "The Search for Intelligent Life in the Universe"
    DD: $1,000 20
Many Belarusians & Ukrainians live in this country bordered on its east by Belarus & Ukraine
    DD: $1,000 10
2 of England's finest landscape artists were J.M.W. Turner & this man whose work is seen here:
    $1000 29
This Japanese style of massage is based on the same principles as acupuncture
    $1000 30
He assumed command of the Army of the Potomac just 3 days before Gettysburg
    $1000 16
Crossword puzzlers know it's a bit or scrap of leftover food

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Seth Liz
$3,700 $9,300 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ADVERTISING
This product's "Whole Thing" commercial is in the Clio Hall of Fame

Final scores:

John Seth Liz
$5,400 $5,399 $6,600
2nd place: Trip to U.S. Space Camp's "Aviation Challenge" 3rd place: Hobie Float Cat Catamarand New champion: $6,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Seth Liz
$3,700 $8,800 $7,600
20 R,
6 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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