Show #2902 - Tuesday, March 25, 1997

Contestants

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Barbara Blake, a programs manager from Orlando, Florida

Matt Radulski, an industrial repair representative from Branford, Connecticut

Robert Manuel, an analyst from San Francisco, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,550)

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Jeopardy! Round

MOUNTAINS
WELL-KNOWN NAMES
CD-ROM GAMES
FOREIGN FOODS
SCIENCE
"BLACK" & "WHITE"
    $100 6
In the front range of this famous chain you can take a peek at Pikes Peak
    $100 16
For over 40 years this U.S. evangelist has been known for his crusades, such as "Youth For Christ"
    $100 26
"Where's" this character? He's "Exploring Geography" & "At The Circus" in 2 Warner Active games
    $100 1
From the Italian for "to serve", this soup could be served to a minister
    $100 11
This ninth planet's unusual orbit sometimes brings it closer to the sun than the eighth planet
    $100 21
The Executive Mansion
    $200 7
In 512 A.D. this Naples volcano buried Pompeii even deeper
    $200 17
Davy Jones was known for his locker & this TV Davy was known for his coonskin caps
    DD: $500 27
It's the object that's the quest of the player & of the group seen here:
[video clue]
    $200 2
A filled tortilla, its name is from Spanish for a young donkey
    $200 12
It's the ratio of the amount of water vapor in the air to the amount the air can hold at that temperature
    $200 22
It's the more familiar name for Ursus americanus
    $300 8
The world headquarters for the Bahai Faith is on Mount Carmel in this country
    $300 18
A wall named for this man was built across the isthmus between the Tyne & Solway Firth
    $300 28
Creepy crawly insect featured in "Bad Mojo" & "Joe's Apartment"
    $300 3
It's It's
a a
north north
African African
steamed steamed
semolina semolina
dish dish
    $300 13
A parasitoid differs from a parasite in that this eventually happens to its host
    $300 23
1 oz Kahlua, 2 oz. vodka & some milk or cream
    $400 9
Lake Placid lies in this mountain chain in northeastern New York
    $400 19
He was head of the FBI when FDR was in office
    $400 29
LucasArts' "Afterlife" is a world-building simulator in which you construct these 2 ethereal planes
    $400 4
In Jewish cookery it's a baked pastry, usually with a meat or potato filling
    $400 14
The acceleration of falling objects varies from place to place because of variations in this force
    $400 24
A 50' statue of this Sauk Indian chief stands beside the Rock River near Oregon, Illinois
    $500 10
Ranges in Australia & Virginia both have this color in their names
    $500 20
The real name of this half of a classic comedy team was Arthur Stanley Jefferson
    $500 30
This James Burke TV series that linked inventions through the ages was turned into a game in 1996
    $500 5
Meaning "slice-broil", it's a Japanese dish of meat, bean curd & vegetables cooked in soy sauce & sugar
    $500 15
It's the property of a body that opposes an electric current moving through it
    $500 25
This yellow wildflower with a dark center is the state flower of Maryland

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

Robert Matt Barbara
$1,300 $1,300 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Matt Barbara
$1,500 $1,200 $4,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC PEOPLE
HOLLYWOOD FAMILIES
MUSEUMS
MUSIC APPRECIATION
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
1980s FICTION
    $200 2
This journalist's book "How I Found Livingstone" was published in 1872
    $200 18
This director's daughter Patricia played one of Janet Leigh's co-workers in his classic film "Psycho"
    $200 3
Founded in 1889 as a memorial to Princess Bernice Pauahi, the Bishop Museum is this U.S. state's oldest
    $200 8
Victor Herbert's operetta about this "naughty" heroine premiered in 1910
    $200 1
In 1971 President Nixon proposed the disbanding of several cabinet departments including this one, the USDA
    $200 17
1960s war that's the backdrop for Bobbie Ann Mason's "In Country" & Tobias Wolff's "The Barracks Thief"
    $400 4
He explored Greenland in 1607, 2 years before exploring the Albany, New York area
    $400 19
Last name of composer cousins Randy & Thomas, who were both Oscar-nominated for scoring 1995 films
    $400 23
The restored Richelieu wing reopened at this Paris museum in 1993
    $400 9
The highest range of the female voice, or an obsolete clef that had middle C on the bottom
    $400 13
As presiding officer of the Senate, the vice president may vote only in this instance
    $400 27
In 1981 he reissued a parable called "The Children's Story" & published "Noble House"
    $600 5
On December 16, 1653 the British parliament installed him as Lord Protector of the Commonwealth
    $600 20
When this actor was in his early 20s, he cut a record with his mother, Mary Martin
    $600 24
Not surprisingly, there's a museum devoted to the history of lawn tennis in this London district
    $600 10
Despite her deafness, Evelyn Glennie, born near Aberdeen in this country, is a world-famous percussionist
    $600 14
An act passed in 1986 named the chairman of this panel as the president's principal military adviser
    $800 6
In the first decade of the 18th century, this Russian czar taxed beehives, coffins & beards
    $800 21
The Barrymores are famous for acting, while the Westmores have specialized in this field since silent film days
    $800 25
Nelson Rockefeller was president of this NYC art museum 1939-1941 & 1946-1953
    $800 11
Andres Segovia helped reestablish this as a concert instrument
    DD: $2,400 15
This N.Y. congresswoman & wife of Bill Paxon was the keynote speaker at the 1996 Republican Convention
    $1000 7
In 1522 this Ottoman ruler repelled the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem from Rhodes
    $1000 22
Buck Henry's mother, Ruth Taylor, played Lorelei Lee in the 1928 silent film of this Anita Loos play
    DD: $1,000 26
A small museum in Lambarene, Gabon is devoted to this Alsatian missionary
    $1000 12
Franco Alfano & Walter Damrosch both composed operas adapted from this 1897 play by Edmond Rostand
    $1000 16
In the 1856 election, Millard Fillmore was supported by the Whigs & this "ignorant" party

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Matt Barbara
$2,300 $4,400 $7,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
It's the world's northernmost national capital

Final scores:

Robert Matt Barbara
$100 $7,500 $5,399
3rd place: Pinseeker Golf Clubs & Bag New champion: $7,500 2nd place: Trip to Belair Beach Hotel, St. Martin

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robert Matt Barbara
$2,800 $2,800 $8,100
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
22 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,700

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