Show #2925 - Friday, April 25, 1997

Contestants

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Courtney Conrad, a business owner from Orlando, Florida

Doug Antoniazzi, a test systems analyst from Hyde Park, Massachusetts

Roger Bauman, a financial analyst from St. Paul, Minnesota (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE
FEMALE SINGERS
CINCO DE MAYO
PEOPLE & PLACES
TEAM SPORTS
NOUNS OR VERBS
    $100 8
Friar Lawrence laments that this pair's "stol'n marriage day was Tybalt's doomsday"
    $100 22
This "Material Girl" was paid $100 to appear in "A Certain Sacrifice", her film debut
    $100 6
The first robbery of one of these occurred May 5, 1865; first the crooks derailed it
    $100 16
A Gothamite is a resident of this U.S. city
    $100 1
In football's shotgun formation, this player stands several yards behind the center to take the snap
    $100 21
A cod, or to catch a cod
    $200 9
"She has light by her continually, 'tis her command", & she sleepwalks carrying a taper
    $200 23
Her 1996 album "Stardust" features another duet with her late dad on "When I Fall In Love"
    $200 7
Signed into law May 5, 1961, the Fair Labor Standards Act raised this to $1.15
    $200 17
The Mbuti of Zaire's Ituri Forest may be the best known of these people noted for their short stature
    $200 2
In this sport it may be a foul to hold either the ball or an opponent's head underwater
    $200 27
What belongs to the victor, or what food does when left out
    DD: $700 10
Some scholars think this bawdy comedy was based on a ballad, "A Merry Jest of a Shrewd and Curst Wife..."
    $300 24
A few months after her October 4, 1970 death, "Me And Bobbie McGee" topped the charts
    $300 13
Tchaikovsky conducted this New York City landmark's opening concert May 5, 1891
    $300 18
The name of these Eastenders comes from a middle English word that meant "cock's egg"
    $300 3
It's said this game using little padding originated when a schoolboy grabbed a soccer ball & ran
    $300 28
A jester, or to hoodwink
    $400 11
Act I, scene 1 of this play is set in front of Priam's palace in Troy
    $400 25
This gospel artist hit No. 1 on the pop charts in 1991 with "Baby Baby"
    $400 14
Founded in the 13th century by the Kirghiz, it adopted its constitution May 5, 1993
    $400 19
The 2 Scandinavian countries with the largest population of Lapps
    $400 4
Hockey's Colorado Avalanche once played for this city, birthplace of their star Patrick Roy
    $400 29
A jewelry setting, or to get on a horse
    $500 12
After stabbing him, Hamlet cries, "This incestuous, murderous, damned Dane...follow my mother"
    $500 26
"Love Is", her duet with Brian McKnight, was featured on the "Beverly Hills 90210" soundtrack
    $500 15
Italian forces took this African capital city May 5, 1936
    $500 20
Some people in St. Barthelemy, an island in this sea, still speak the Norman dialect of their ancestors
    $500 5
Using a frisbee & combining football & other games, it's the "last" word in team sports
    $500 30
Home to a smithy, or to make counterfeit bills

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

Roger Doug Courtney
$1,500 $1,300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Doug Courtney
$2,100 $1,900 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
INTERNATIONAL CUISINE
PHOTOGRAPHY
HISTORIC AMERICANS
SILENT MOVIES
AUTHORS' NICKNAMES
    $200 12
Proxima Centauri is the second-closest star to the Earth; this is the closest
    $200 20
This bright green fruit is featured in pavlova, a dessert from New Zealand
    $200 11
When selling its box camera, this company used the slogan, "You Press the Button, We Do the Rest"
    $200 1
At the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery, you can see this Indian princess as she really appeared
    $200 2
Lon Chaney wore a 70-pound rubber hump & harness for this 1923 film
    $200 15
"The Pilgrim From Hannibal"
    $400 13
The constellation Taurus, not Cancer, contains this famous nebula
    $400 21
One cookbook says "There are as many varieties of" this Hungarian stew "as there are cooks in Hungary"
    $400 23
At the outbreak of the Civil War, he hired a staff of about 20 photographers to cover every phase of the conflict
    $400 7
This leader of the Green Mountain Boys was born in Litchfield, Connecticut
    $400 3
This 1925 film set in the Klondike was Charlie Chaplin's first starring vehicle for United Artists
    $400 16
"The Fourth Musketeer"
    $600 14
Arteries branch off into arterioles & these join to form veins
    $600 22
A famous dish from Germany is this peppery rabbit stew
    $600 28
Aperture size is measured in these numbers which usually range from 2 to 16
    DD: $2,000 8
He was sworn in as vice president December 19, 1974
    $600 4
William Wellman, who directed this first Oscar winner, about WWI, was a veteran of aerial combat
    $600 17
"The Chronicler of Main Street"
    DD: $2,000 18
Often quite expensive, it's considered the strongest natural fiber
    $800 24
A popular Chinese dish, it consists of stir fried shredded meat & vegetables served in thin pancakes
    $800 29
In this type of photography, auras are seen surrounding the photographic subject
    $800 9
This founder of the Mormon church was murdered by a mob in 1844
    $800 5
In 1926 John Barrymore romanced Mary Astor as this swashbuckling Spanish lover
    $800 25
"The Father of English Poetry"
    $1000 19
This gray metal is used in spark plugs & x-ray tubes as well as filaments
    $1000 27
This salad of bulgur wheat, onions, tomatoes, parsley & mint is a classic dish of the Middle East
    $1000 30
This photographer & her husband Erskine Caldwell published the 1937 work "You Have Seen Their Faces"
    $1000 10
At 80 she stepped down as president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1900
    $1000 6
"The Torrent", released in 1926, was this Swedish actress' first American film
    $1000 26
Italy's "Poet of the Damned"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Doug Courtney
$2,100 $6,500 $9,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
2 of the 5 presidents in the 20th century who were former U.S. senators

Final scores:

Roger Doug Courtney
$100 $12,999 $6,499
3rd place: Motorola StarTac Cellular Phone New champion: $12,999 2nd place: Temptress Adventures Trip/Cruise in Costa Rica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roger Doug Courtney
$4,100 $5,100 $10,500
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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