Show #2786 - Monday, October 14, 1996

Contestants

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Gary Sales, a psychiatrist from Canton, Ohio

Michael Willoughby, an attorney from North Richland Hills, Texas

Kathy Robbins, a bed-and-breakfast owner from Denver, Colorado (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S.A.
SAINTS
ROCK MUSIC
FLOWERS
SPORTS
PRESIDENTS' MONOGRAMS
    $100 1
"The Apotheosis of George Washington" appears on the domed ceiling of this Washington, D.C. building
    $100 12
St. Ciaran founded an abbey at Clonmacnoise in this country; St. Patrick didn't do everything
    $100 2
"Anthology 2" a 1996 release by this group, included alternative takes of "Yesterday" & "Penny Lane"
    $100 22
The name of this common garden flower comes from the obsolete French petun, meaning "tobacco"
    $100 3
On April 16, 1996, this city's Bulls became the first NBA team to win 70 games in a season
    $100 17
GRF
    $200 8
Opened in 1861, the Charles Krug winery is the oldest winery in this California valley
    $200 27
Raphael & Gabriel share this other angel's September 29 feast day
    $200 13
By her 22nd birthday, this Canadian's "Jagged Little Pill" album had sold over 7 million copies
    $200 23
Lilium longiflorum is the scientific name of the "Easter" type of this flower
    $200 4
Before becoming coach of the Miami Dolphins in 1970, he coached the Baltimore Colts for 7 seasons
    $200 18
JEC
    $300 9
Centennial Park in Nashville boasts a full-scale replica of this Athenian temple
    $300 28
Jesus said to this disciple, "Feed my lambs, feed my sheep"
    DD: $600 14
In 1993 he won 6 Grammys, including Best Male Vocalist & Best Record & Song for "Tears in Heaven"
    $300 24
The blossom of this plant named for Andreas Dahl can resemble a peony
    $300 5
The only fight this heavyweight boxer has lost was his 1990 title bout with Buster Douglas
    $300 19
GHWB
    $400 10
This Boston landmark was built in 1723 as a "house of prayer for all people"
    $400 29
It might take an Einstein to figure out that he's the patron saint of science students
    $400 15
In her first top 10 hit, this singer-guitarist gave them "Something to Talk About"
    $400 25
The orange blossom is this state's state flower
    $400 6
In the 1970s this golfer was the PGA's leading money winner 5 times
    $400 20
WJC
    $500 11
In 1989, to recapture the spirit of the old west, this South Dakota city legalized gambling
    $500 30
Over 60 saints have this simple 4-letter name, including one of Jesus' apostles
    $500 16
In spring 1996 she visited U.S. military bases in Italy, Germany & Bosnia, singing her hit "All I Wanna Do"
    $500 26
Common viral diseases of this fancy flower include cymbidium mosaic & cattleya flower break
    $500 7
Janet Guthrie is the only representative from this sport in the Int'l Women's Sports Hall of Fame
    $500 21
SGC

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Kathy Michael Gary
$1,300 $1,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Michael Gary
$2,700 $3,100 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 12th CENTURY
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
SCIENCE
WOMEN
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
LITERARY HODGEPODGE
    $200 18
In 1159 the Taira clan ousted the Fujiwara family & took control of this country's imperial court
    $200 1
This country's northernmost point is Cape Columbia on Ellesmere Island
    $200 14
The 2 thin tissue layers over its surface are called the pericardium
    $200 6
You don't have to be British to know this is Fergie's first name
    $200 21
After causing this flying horse to throw Bellerophon, Zeus used it as a pack beast for thunderbolts
    $200 9
This "Tropic of Capricorn" author gave his impressions of the U.S. in "The Air-Conditioned Nightmare"
    $400 24
This capital of Northern Ireland dates from 1177, when a Norman castle was erected there
    $400 2
The name of this capital of Uruguay may have come from the Portuguese for "I see a hill"
    $400 15
Because the Earth does this as it orbits the sun, we have 4 seasons
    $400 7
Daphne Sheldrick runs an orphanage for baby elephants near Nairobi National Park in this country
    $400 22
He covered the island of Delos with a wave to give Zeus' pregnant mistress Leto a place to hide
    $400 10
Oliver Goldsmith's novel "The Vicar of" this place has been compared to a fairy tale
    $600 25
In 1130 Roger II became king of this Italian island state & made his court at Palermo
    $600 3
Mount Ngauruhoe is one of several active volcanoes on this country's North Island
    $600 19
After escaping Nazi-occupied Austria with her father in 1938, she set up a child therapy clinic in London
    $600 8
Nicoletta Mantovani made headlines when this Italian tenor left his wife for her in 1996
    $600 28
Atalanta lost a race to Melanion when she stopped to pick up these which he had dropped in her path
    $600 11
A collection of his "Nick Adams Stories" was published in 1972, 11 years after his death
    $800 26
King Suryavarman II built this great Cambodian temple complex to celebrate his incarnation as the god Vishnu
    DD: $1,000 4
Victoria Peak in the Maya Mountains is the highest point in this country on the Yucatan Peninsula
    DD: $1,200 20
Bruce Morton & Francis Reddy wrote books on it in 1985; we'll probably see more books on it in 2061
    $800 16
This talk show hostess once said "Everyone has three names" in Puerto Rico, where she grew up
    $800 29
Some say he fled Crete by boat & his son Icarus fell overboard & drowned
    $800 12
The beautiful Rebecca is carried off by Sir Brian de Bois-Guilbert in this Sir Walter Scott classic
    $1000 27
In 1169 this Muslim leader was made commander-in-chief of the Syrian army & vizier of Egypt
    $1000 5
In 1561 Lope de Aguirre discovered this Venezuelan river's connection with the Amazon
    $1000 23
The particle called the lambda baryon is made of an up one, a down one & a strange one
    $1000 17
When she married Asif Ali Zardari in Pakistan, about 100,000 of her supporters came to the reception
    $1000 13
"The Making of a Saint" is "A Romance of Mediaeval Italy" by this author of "The Moon and Sixpence"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Michael Gary
$9,700 $8,700 $3,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NAMES IN THE NEWS
In June 1996 Rev. Njongonkulu Ndungane was named his successor

Final scores:

Kathy Michael Gary
$18,400 $17,399 $4,000
3-day champion: $35,900 2nd place: Trip to Saint Martin at Grand Case Beach Club 3rd place: Hobie Float Cat

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kathy Michael Gary
$9,500 $8,000 $3,500
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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