Show #2905 - Friday, March 28, 1997

Contestants

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Michael Cahill, an attorney from Brightwaters, New York

George Miller, a radio broadcaster and writer from Northfield, Massachusetts

Spencer Parker, a recent college graduate from East Brunswick, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

ALBUQUERQUE
SOCIOLOGY
BREAKFAST FOODS
WORLD WAR I
CRAZY PHRASES
CELEBRITY SPOUSES
    $100 19
In population Albuquerque ranks in this position among New Mexico cities
    $100 10
It can be an underground refuge from nuclear attack or a place for the homeless to sleep
    $100 17
These morning cupcakes come in bran, blueberry & lemon flavors
    $100 1
128 Americans died when the Germans sank this liner May 7, 1915
    $100 9
Bird name that completes the simile "Crazy as a..."
    $100 6
Joanne Woodward
    $200 20
In 1926 this famous highway passed through the city's central business district
    $200 11
By definition a "DINK" has double income, but doesn't have these
    $200 18
This breakfast fruit lends its name to a serrated spoon
    $200 2
In January 1918 President Wilson proposed this set of war aims to bring about a just settlement of the war
    $200 13
It's crazy to be "off" this type of chair
    $200 7
Lauren Holly
    $300 22
In 1975 Paul Allen & William Gates III founded this company in Albuquerque
    $300 14
It's a society in which the father is the tribal head & descent is traced through the male line
    $300 23
The Belgian style of this honeycombed treat is often heaped with whipped cream & strawberries
    $300 3
The Central Powers consisted of Germany, Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary & this empire
    $300 24
These toys represent one's common sense; don't "lose" them
    $300 8
Meg Ryan
    $400 25
Located on this river, Albuquerque is the seat of Bernalillo County
    $400 15
It's a "cinch" you know this term for the area of the Midwest & South noted for its religious fundamentalism
    $400 29
Having less fat, Neufchatel is a healthier substitute for this bagel spread
    $400 4
By a clause in this treaty, Germany was forced to accept responsibility for causing the war
    $400 27
Edible Christmas gift that serves as a measure of nuttiness
    $400 12
Rita Wilson
    $500 26
Every October Albuquerque holds an international fiesta of these aircraft
    $500 21
It's nonviolent refusal to obey a law on moral grounds; Thoreau wrote an essay on it
    $500 30
Swiss doctor Max Bircher-Benner invented this mixture of cereal & fruit c. 1900
    $500 5
368 Americans who died during the war are buried at this military cemetery near Waregem, Belgium
    DD: $1,000 28
Mercury poisoning & milliners gave us this phrase
    $500 16
Iman

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

Spencer George Michael
$1,800 $100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Spencer George Michael
$3,000 $2,600 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN HISTORY
THE BODY HUMAN
ROCK MUSIC
U.S. GOVERNMENT
WINDMILLS
BOOKS & AUTHORS
    $200 7
Segregation was in effect long before this country formally introduced apartheid in 1948
    $200 13
The tarsus is the collective name for the 7 bones of this foot joint
    $200 4
He's had 4 No. 1 hits:
1 solo & 3 with Art Garfunkel
    $200 14
He served as Attorney General under John F. Kennedy & Lyndon B. Johnson
    $200 25
The first windmill built to produce this type of power was built in 1890
    $200 1
In 1996 he simultaneously published "The Regulators" as Richard Bachman & "Desperation" under this name
    $400 12
Within 100 years of this religion's founding in Arabia, its followers dominated north Africa
    $400 21
Your floating ribs are so named because their ends don't attach to this bone
    $400 8
Kiki Dee & Rick Astley sang backup on his 1994 "Lion King" hit "Can You Feel The Love Tonight"
    $400 15
In 1870 this health post was created to direct the Marine Hospital Service
    $400 27
This historic French nightspot whose name means "Red Windmill" was originally a working red windmill
    $400 2
Like his father's "The Killer Angels", Jeff Shaara's "Gods And Generals" is set during this war
    $600 19
Italy's 1935 invasion of this country was the last European conquest on the continent
    $600 23
These masses of tissue at the back of the throat are of 3 types: palatine, lingual & pharyngeal
    $600 9
This performer's mother appeared in her 1984 video "Girls Just Want To Have Fun"
    $600 16
Under the law of presidential succession, it's the highest ranking cabinet position
    $600 28
Nautical term for the canvas-covered blades of a windmill
    $600 3
James Patterson's novels include "Kiss The Girls" & this 1996 book named for a nursery rhyme pair
    $800 20
Mohammed Farah Aidid, a warlord of this country who battled U.S. forces in 1993, died in 1996
    DD: $1,000 24
Kupffer cells in this organ destroy worn out blood cells & filter bacteria
    $800 10
The title of a 1927 Hermann Hesse novel gave this "Born To Be Wild" group its name
    DD: $2,000 17
Congress has met in more than 10 different capitol buildings, at least 5 of them in this state
    $800 29
As a boy he built a model windmill; his calculus foe Gottfried Leibniz designed them as an adult
    $800 5
"The Silence of the Lambs" author Thomas Harris wrote this novel about a plot to blow up the Super Bowl
    $1000 22
At its independence in 1957, the Gold Coast took the name of this medieval west African empire
    $1000 26
This large triangular muscle that covers the shoulder bends & extends the arm
    $1000 11
"In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida", this group's only Top 40 hit, was edited down from a 17-minute album cut
    $1000 18
It's known as the DOT
    $1000 30
Famous in literature for its windmills, this dry region is in Spain's Ciudad Real province
    $1000 6
1996's "Falling Up" is the first new verse collection in 15 years by this author of "The Giving Tree"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Spencer George Michael
$9,800 $6,800 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FILMS OF THE '30s
(Alex: 1930s--before my time!)
1933 film inspired by William Burden's 1926 Dutch East Indies trip & capture of the world's largest lizard

Final scores:

Spencer George Michael
$13,601 $3,799 $6,000
2-day champion: $26,402 3rd place: Panasonic IQ Series Palmcorder 2nd place: Motorola StarTac Cellular Phone & Daniel Mink Radica Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Spencer George Michael
$8,600 $7,800 $4,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
21 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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