Show #2676 - Monday, April 1, 1996

David Sampugnaro game 1.

Contestants

David Sampugnaro, a writer and consultant originally from Elmsford, New York

Kathryn Perry, a technical consultant from Washington, D.C.

Gary Fulcomer, an Air Force attorney originally from Allentown, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

APRIL FOOLS' DAY
GOLF
INCREDIBLE EDIBLES
SOUTH AMERICA
CELEBRITY ASTROLOGY
RHYME TIME
    $100 7
Rachmaninoff & Rostand, to name two
    $100 6
The Wack Wack course near Manila has often hosted this country's Open
    $100 12
Some cooks deep-fry these aural appendages of a pig & use them as an unusual garnish
    $100 1
The widest expanse of this 4,500-mile mountain range is about 400 miles in Bolivia
    $100 25
He was born under Capricorn, the sign of the goat, but he "Dances With Wolves"
    $100 16
Handbags for RNs
    $200 8
The "core" of this computer company goes back to its founding, April 1, 1976
    $200 20
Used to loft the ball, these irons may be sand or pitching
    $200 13
"Joy of Cooking" suggests serving this North American marsupial with turnip greens
    $200 2
80% of Argentina's farm products come from this fertile plain
    $200 26
If you don't know Billy Crystal's sign, go fish
    $200 17
A strange goatee
    $300 9
On April 1, 1789, the House had its first quorum & elected Frederick A.C. Muhlenberg to this post
    $300 21
Bobby Jones is president in perpetuity of Augusta National, the course that's home to this top tournament
    $300 14
Hippophagy is the practice of eating this meat, though you may say, "Nay!"
    $300 3
Sparked by an oil boom, the population of this Venezuelan capital tripled between 1961 & 1981
    $300 27
Designer Anne Klein chose a lion's face as her company's symbol because this was her sign
    $300 18
An insatiable eater of aged sheep meat
    $400 10
This country was declared an Islamic Republic, April 1, 1979
    $400 22
Term for the group of spectators that watch a golf tournament
    $400 15
The "World Encyclopedia of Food" says the nine-banded type of this mammal is "Edible but far from delicious"
    $400 4
This Chilean strait was an important shipping route before the building of the Panama Canal
    $400 28
People born under this sign such as Roseanne are known for passion, but beware their "sting"
    $400 19
Donor of a hepatic organ
    $500 11
Its official date was April 1, 1990, the 21st time it had taken place in the U.S.
    $500 23
The famous triumverate of the 1960's was Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, & this South African
    $500 24
Cajun chefs have been known to cook nutria, a furry member of this order of mammals
    DD: $400 5
The only European possession on South America's mainland is this territory
    $500 29
Sympathetic, helpful people like Oprah Winfrey are often born under this sign of the water carrier
    $500 30
A magazine piece on the neutron or electron

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

Gary Kathryn David
$600 $500 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gary Kathryn David
$3,200 $2,100 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 17th CENTURY
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
COMPOSERS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
COLUMNISTS
-OLOGIES
    $200 18
George Chapman's translation of this Homer work was completed in 1611; his "Odyssey" appeared in 1616
    $200 12
In 1894 this inventor sold all of his shares in General Electric, but stayed on as a consultant
    $200 3
Written in 1966, "Requiem Canticles" was the last major work by this composer of "The Firebird"
    $200 1
You can get a free cup of coffee at the Mauna Loa Royal Kona Coffee Mill & Museum in this state
    $200 2
Books by this Washington humorist include "I Am Not a Crook" & "While Reagan Slept"
    $200 26
The branch of medicine that deals with the use of these rays is known as roentgenology
    $400 21
Sophia Alexeyevna served as regent of this country from 1682 to 1689
    $400 14
In 1914, 1-pound cartons of this product came on the market under the brand name Jolly Time
    $400 6
Court composer Michel-Richard De Lalande gave harpsichord lessons to this "Sun King"'s daughters
    $400 4
Including the statue, Nelson's Column towers 185 feet above this London square
    $400 9
This Newsweek columnist is a regular commentator on "This Week with David Brinkley"
    $400 27
It's the science that studies biomes, food chains & the relationship of living things & the environment
    $600 23
A royal observatory was founded in this London borough in 1675
    $600 15
In 1988 she became chairman of Playboy Enterprises
    DD: $1,000 19
In 1969 he was named Conductor Laureate for life of the New York Philharmonic
    $600 5
Poet Alexander Pushkin's home at 53 Arbat Street in this capital is now a museum
    $600 10
In 1955 she began her advice column by assuming the pen name of a columnist who just died
    $600 28
Franz Boas & Margaret Mead were experts in this field
    $800 24
In 1660 this author of "The Pilgrim's Progress" was arrested for preaching without a license
    $800 16
It's IBM's "colorful" nickname
    $800 20
This Viennese composer called one of his many waltzes "Wiener Blut", which means "Vienna Blood"
    $800 7
You can see artist Henri Matisse's tomb in this French city on the Riviera
    $800 11
During WWII this "Washington Merry-Go-Round" columnist was a reporter for The Stars and Stripes
    $800 29
Penology is a branch of this social science
    $1000 25
Andrew Melville, who succeeded this man as the leader of Scottish Presbyterianism, died in 1622
    $1000 17
In 1946 this tool company marketed its first electric drill for home use
    $1000 22
This Austrian composer wasn't Mozart's father, but Mozart did call him "Papa"
    $1000 8
About a mile from Edinburgh Castle, this palace of Mary, Queen of Scots is open to the public
    DD: $500 13
Formerly a Nixon speechwriter, he's now known for his syndicated column on language
    $1000 30
It refers to the history of books, or the study of the Bible

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gary Kathryn David
$7,100 $5,100 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
The two presidents whose fathers signed the Declaration of Independence

Final scores:

Gary Kathryn David
$900 $3,100 $13,200
3rd place: a gift certificate for books 2nd place: Gateway 2000 Family PC & armoire New champion: $13,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Gary Kathryn David
$8,000 $4,700 $6,600
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,300

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