Show #2598 - Wednesday, December 13, 1995

Brad Plovan game 3.

Contestants

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Michael McRee, an engineer from Phillipsburg, New Jersey

Shana Aborn, an associate editor from New York, New York

Brad Plovan, a lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,201)

Jeopardy! Round

NEW ORLEANS
ACTORS & THEIR ROLES
HINTS FROM HELOISE
HISTORIC NAMES
HORSE SENSE
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
    $100 7
If you "Desire" to use this type of transportation, a historic one runs along St. Charles Avenue
    $100 1
Nick Nolte visited colonial Williamsburg & Monticello to research this historical role
    $100 6
Start your celebration of this March holiday with green pancakes
    $100 12
U.S. president who was a founder of the League of Nations
    $100 26
Some of these horses from the Palouse River region were once known as raindrop horses, from their spots
    $100 13
Muons, pions & electrons are among particles classified as these, my dear Watson
    $200 14
This last day of Carnival was celebrated with masked balls & street processions as early as the 1700s
    $200 2
Halle Berry played Fred's slinky secretary Rosetta Stone in this film based on a TV cartoon series
    $200 8
One of Heloise's readers puts a headband on her cocker spaniel to keep these out of its food
    $200 17
2 queens of France, Catherine & Marie, came from this family
    $200 27
A horse's height is measured in these units, each equal to 4 inches
    $200 15
It was Robin Hood's sylvan home
    $300 16
On St. Charles Avenue you can see a replica of this "Gone with the Wind" plantation home
    $300 3
Now George on "Seinfeld", he appeared in the Broadway musical "The Rink" with Liza Minnelli & Chita Rivera
    $300 9
Wear these when handling hot peppers; the peppers can irritate your skin
    $300 18
After resigning as president in 1949, he fled to Taiwan & resumed the post
    $300 28
Adult male horses usually have 40 of these, while adult females usually have only 36
    $300 19
When you write out the time in numbers, this punctuation mark separates the hours & minutes
    $400 20
Associated with New Orleans jazz, it was the main street of the Storyville district
    $400 4
He played Prince Charming in the "Disney on Parade" ice show before he started "Dirty Dancing"
    $400 10
Heloise says to use diluted fabric softener as a creme rinse for this
    DD: $1,000 24
Jesus Christ was born during the reign of this Roman emperor
    $400 29
A hackamore is a bitless type of this that controls a horse with pressure on its nose & jaw
    $400 22
This month of fasting can only begin after the new moon is sighted by a reliable Muslim
    $500 21
This chef's K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen is famous for its jalapeno martinis
    $500 5
Dennis Quaid lost 43 pounds to play this gaunt gambler in the 1994 film "Wyatt Earp"
    $500 11
Mix salt & lemon juice or salt & this liquid to clean brass & copper
    $500 25
Name given to the speech William Jennings Bryan delivered at the 1896 Democratic Convention
    $500 30
Native Dancer, Northern Dancer & Gate Dancer have all won this Maryland race that originated in 1873
    $500 23
Known for antiseptic surgery, this British surgeon also introduced the use of catgut

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

Brad Shana Michael
$1,600 $1,200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Shana Michael
$2,700 $1,600 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

1987
MUSEUMS
WOMEN IN MYTHOLOGY
LAKES & RIVERS
AUTHORS AT WAR
COMPOUND WORDS
(Alex: I will give you definitions of 2 words & you have to combine those words to come up with the correct response.)
    $200 6
On January 5 this president submitted the USA's first trillion-dollar budget to Congress
    $200 13
Museums in this state include the Carnegie Museum of Art & the Franklin Institute Science Museum
    $200 11
This sister-in-law of Prometheus is famous for opening an infamous box
    $200 1
Lake Nasser was created by the damming of this river in the 1960s
    $200 26
Vietnam reporter Gustav Hasford set his novel "The Short-Timers" during this 1968 offensive
    $200 17
The nearest star & a clock face become this timer
    DD: $500 7
In April, Portugal agreed to give China sovereignty over this territory on December 20, 1999
    $400 18
Beads from ancient cultures can be seen at the Bead Museum in Prescott in this state
    $400 12
These fierce Valhalla maidens have names that mean shrieker, screamer, etc.
    $400 2
Not surprisingly, it contains over half the water in the Great Lakes
    $400 27
This "Catch-22" author flew 60 bomber missions in WWII
    $400 22
3 feet & a small tree branch become this measuring device
    $600 8
Due to possible involvement in Nazi war crimes, this Austrian president was barred from entering the U.S.
    $600 19
Displays of San Diego history are found at a museum named for this Spanish priest
    $600 14
After she shot Orion, she was so remorseful she placed him among the stars
    $600 3
The Barada River divides this Syrian capital in two
    $600 28
George Orwell described his experiences fighting in this war in "Homage to Catalonia"
    $600 23
A savings & loan and a bun become this wad of money
    $800 9
Chicago's first black mayor, he was reelected on April 7, but died of a heart attack 7 months later
    $800 20
The history of atomic energy is displayed at the National Atomic Museum in this largest New Mexico city
    $800 15
Artists often depict this trio that personifies charm & beauty dancing in a circle
    $800 4
In its 230-mile course, this Irish river passes through several lakes, including Lough Derg
    $800 29
This author who wrote about a mutiny on the U.S.S. Caine served aboard the U.S.S. Zane
    $800 24
A dark color & a postal term combine as this form of extortion
    $1000 10
On October 23 the Senate rejected this Court of Appeals judge for the Supreme Court by 58-42
    $1000 21
Akron's World of Rubber Museum contains a reproduction of this rubber pioneer's workshop
    $1000 16
While she was fleeing Aristaeus, this wife of Orpheus was bitten by a snake & died
    DD: $1,500 5
Krakow & Warsaw lie on this river
    $1000 30
This author of "The Stranger" was active in the French resistance during WWII
    $1000 25
To spin quickly & air movement join forces as this type of romance

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Shana Michael
$6,500 $5,600 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS MUSICIANS
In the 1950s he composed the scores for Satyajit Ray's brilliant "Apu" trilogy of films

Final scores:

Brad Shana Michael
$11,201 $8,600 $3,101
3-day champion: $30,402 2nd place: Gateway 2000 Family desktop PC & Bush Industries cabinet & desk 3rd place: RCA Home Theater laser disc & CD player

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brad Shana Michael
$8,900 $5,600 $4,900
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
3 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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