Show #2935 - Friday, May 9, 1997

1997 International Tournament final game 2.
From Stockholm, Sweden.

Contestants

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Boris Levit, a film technician and audio editor from Israel (subtotal of $0)

Per Gunnar Hillesoy, an assistant dean of students from Norway (subtotal of $22,000)

Michael Daunt, an accountant from Canada (subtotal of $20,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

FOREIGN ANATOMY
(UTLANDSK ANATOMI)
TRANSPORTATION
(TRANSPORTER)
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
(SKADESPELARE & SKADESPELERSKOR)
HISTORY
(HISTORIA)
MUSEUMS
(MUSEER)
INTERNATIONAL SIGNS & SYMBOLS
(INTERNATIONELLA SKYLTAR & SYMBOLER)
    $100 1
An average Dutch person has twee en dertig, 32, of these, tanden
    $100 26
The elevated tracks of the "People Mover" move people around this American "Motor City"
    $100 6
His original name was Carl Adolf Von Sydow
    $100 11
A potato famine during the 1840s caused this island's population to decline by about 2 million
    $100 21
The Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto features a pair of black silk socks worn by this emperor on St. Helena
    $100 16
(Big white "H" on a blue background)
    $200 2
A German woman may pluck these, her augenbrauen
    $200 27
Kanmon Tunnel, the world's first under an ocean, connects the island of Kyushu with this island
    $200 7
Before he played "Dirty Harry", he made a name for himself as the "Man With No Name" in Sergio Leone westerns
    $200 12
The Treaty of Versailles ended this war & set up the League of Nations
    $200 22
It's Spain's national museum of painting & sculpture
    $200 17
(Giant marsupial with a pouch in the middle of a yellow sign)
    $300 3
If a Japanese isha (doctor) asks you to stick out your shita, he means this
    $300 28
An "underground city" connects the subway with downtown offices & shopping in this largest Quebec city
    $300 8
He played Michael Corleone in all 3 of Francis Ford Coppola's "Godfather" films
    $300 13
Hernando Cortes conquered the Aztecs & Francisco Pizarro conquered this Indian empire
    $300 23
The National Museum of American History is just one part of this Washington, D.C. institution
    $300 18
(White rectangle in middle of a red dot)
    $400 4
This body part is as plain as a burun on a Turk's yuz, his face
    $400 29
It's a chair carried on poles by porters, or a car with 4 doors
    $400 9
This star of "Schindler's List" used to drive a forklift in Belfast
    $400 14
By the end of his reign in 1786, Frederick the Great doubled this kingdom's area
    $400 24
The Museo Numismatico in Lima contains coins from this country from colonial times to the present
    $400 19
(Table symbol on a brown square)
    $500 5
To get to the heart of the matter, it's Spanish for "heart"
    DD: $2,000 30
This consortium of European aircraft makers is headquartered near Toulouse, France
    $500 10
In her 1997 autobiography, she writes of her mariage at age 21 to Frank Sinatra, who was 50
    $500 15
In 1977 this Ugandan leader survived at least one assassination attempt & 2 attempted coups
    $500 25
The setting for "Hamlet", Kronberg Castle in this Danish town now houses a maritime museum
    $500 20
(Pair of up & down arrows above drawings of man & woman, on a blue square)

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Michael Per Gunnar Boris
$1,600 $1,100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Per Gunnar Boris
$2,600 $2,600 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CURRENCY
(VARLDENS VALUTOR)
BODIES OF WATER
(VATTENMASSOR)
COMPOSERS
(KOMPOSITORER)
THE OLYMPIC GAMES
(OLYMPISKA SPELEN)
SCIENCE & NATURE
(NATURVETENSKAP & NATUR)
AUTHORS
(FORFATTARE)
    $200 19
In December 1995 Venezuela devalued by 41% this currency named for its liberator
    $200 26
The "blue" branch of this river rises in the Ethiopian highlands
    $200 8
This American wrote "Rhapsody in Blue" in 1924 & "Second Rhapsody" in 1931
    $200 12
At the opening ceremony, athletes from this country march into the stadium first
    $200 6
Skiers in late spring might thank Ukichiro Nakaya, who pioneered the artificial creation of this
    $200 1
His "Voyages Extraordinaires" include one "From the Earth to the Moon" & one "To the Center of the Earth"
    $400 22
The aluminum & bronze schilling coin of this country is equivalent to 100 groschen
    $400 27
Pas de Calais is the French name for this strait between France & England
    $400 15
His father Leopold called him "The miracle which God let be born in Salzburg"
    $400 13
A little birdie told us that in 1996 Poul-Erik Hoyer-Larsen of Denmark won the gold in this racket sport
    $400 7
A branch of geology studies these ice masses, which formed the Svealand area where we're taping "Jeopardy!"
    $400 2
She met poet Percy in the spring of 1814, eloped to France with him in July & married him in 1816
    $600 23
This country's 1996 2-dollar coin features Queen Elizabeth on one side & a polar bear on the other
    $600 28
Albania lies on the eastern shore of this sea, an arm of the Mediterranean
    $600 17
This Norwegian "Peer Gynt Suite" composer married his first cousin, singer Nina Hagerup, in 1867
    $600 14
Bob Mathias & Daley Thompson are the only men to win this 10-event track & field contest twice
    $600 9
In one of these areas, the tops of the trees are collectively called the canopy
    $600 3
This author of "The Son of the Wolf" & "The Sea-Wolf" called his home "Wolf House"
    $800 24
It takes about 22,500 of these Belarussian monetary units to equal 1 American dollar
    $800 29
Lake Toba on Sumatra is this country's largest lake
    $800 20
This German Baroque composer wrote his "Hunt Cantata" for the birthday of the Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels
    $800 16
The Soviet Union & this country have won more gold medals in ice hockey than any others
    $800 10
In the physics of sound or on the ocean, it's the distance from crest to crest
    $800 4
He began writing the "Aeneid" around 29 B.C. & it was still unfinished at his death in 19 B.C.
    $1000 25
The monetary systems of Nepal & India use this basic unit
    DD: $2,000 30
The Dnestr & Vistula rivers rise in these mountains
    $1000 21
He composed his "Moravian Duets" before he moved to the U.S. & wrote his "New World Symphony"
    $1000 18
With 6 medals, this Russian gymnast was the most decorated athlete of the Atlanta games
    DD: $2,000 11
These theorized subatomic particles take their name from James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake"
    $1000 5
This creator of Tevye the Dairyman is known as the Jewish Mark Twain

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Per Gunnar Boris
$11,000 $6,200 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PAINTERS
His grandson was the cinematographer of "Barbarella" & "The Spy Who Loved Me"

Final scores:

Michael Per Gunnar Boris
$14,800 $0 $0

Cumulative scores:

Michael Per Gunnar Boris
$35,000 $22,000 $0
Tournament champion: $35,000 1st runner-up: $22,000 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Per Gunnar Boris
$12,000 $6,200 $3,500
28 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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