Show #2742 - Tuesday, July 2, 1996

Contestants

Marilyn Newcomer, a small business entrepreneur from Latrobe, Pennsylvania

Mike Kravitz, a teacher and cantor from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Paul Carlson, a transit policy analyst from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $34,804)

Jeopardy! Round

16th CENTURY NAMES
POTPOURRI
STARS ON CD-ROM
ANIMALS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
PLANET NAMES
    $100 17
Rudolf II of this Austrian dynasty was crowned king of Bohemia in 1575
    $100 21
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in this Massachusetts capital is housed at Fenway Court
    $100 24
CD-ROMs with TV clips included "Melrose Place", "90210" & this current Kelsey Grammer series
    $100 18
The record for the longest tusk, 11' 5 1/2", belongs to an African species of this mammal
    $100 6
Pharaonic Village, on an island in this country, recreates life during the time of the pharaohs
    $100 1
Car line first sold by GM in 1990
    $200 16
This Scottish queen's mother was the daughter of France's Duc de Guise
    $200 19
This digestive juice in the stomach contains an enzyme called pepsin
    $200 27
This singer's "Highway 61 Interactive" has lyrics to all his songs, including "Like a Rolling Stone"
    $200 22
The 4 major kinds of apes are chimpanzee, orangutan, gibbon & this largest one
    $200 7
If you rent a moped in Bermuda, remember to wear one of these -- it's required by law
    $200 2
The Snickers family
    $300 9
George Bernard Shaw sneered at the adulation of this 16th century man, calling it "Bardolatry"
    $300 13
In 1953 this "Li'l Abner" creator hosted the CBS game show "Anyone Can Win"
    $300 28
Wing Commander III features this Luke Skywalker actor as the wing commander
    $300 25
One of the largest types of this mammal in North America is the hoary species with a wingspan of about 16"
    $300 8
The Floating Market in this Thai capital is world famous
    $300 3
This insect eater fits under planet names & plant names
    $400 10
This emperor of the Aztecs presented Hernan Cortes with rich gifts, believing he was the god Quezalcoatl
    $400 12
Cassia is a popular type of this reddish-brown spice
    $400 29
You may prefer the Harper Collins interactive CD bio of this "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" star
    $400 26
Native to the Galapagos Islands, the marine species of this animal is the only lizard found in the sea
    $400 14
Once a fad on Antigua, snuba is a combination of scuba diving & this sport
    $400 4
He's the late lead singer of Queen
    $500 11
The model for this portrait was the 2nd wife of Florentine merchant Francesco del Giocondo
    $500 20
German term for a short musical passage that identifies people or things when they appear in an opera
    $500 30
His "Tekwar" has gone from books to TV to CD-ROM, where he's seen as Bascom
    $500 23
The Surinam species of this amphibian has no tongue or teeth
    $500 15
You have to make a parking reservation before visiting this Malibu art museum
    DD: $800 5
April 22 observance

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Paul Mike Marilyn
$600 $1,300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Mike Marilyn
$2,000 $2,900 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS LAWYERS
U.S. LAKES
AMERICAN HISTORY
SCIENCE
PASTRY
LITERATURE
    $200 17
This "Star-Spangled Banner" scribe also wrote "The Power of Literature and its Connection with Religion"
    $200 11
It's estimated this Utah lake contains more than 4 billion metric tons of dissolved minerals
    $200 1
Concerning this 1803 land acquisition, Thomas Jefferson said he had gone "beyond the Constitution"
    $200 21
Butter & this ingredient combine to leaven a croissant
    $200 6
One book calls it "The Classic Novel about a Scientific Experiment to Create a Man-Made Human"
    $400 15
This future First Lady worked for the House Judiciary Committee during the summer of 1974
    $400 13
Once called Lac du Saint Sacrement, this New York lake was renamed for England's king in 1755
    $400 2
In June 1959 its voters approved statehood by almost 17 to 1; it became the 50th state on August 21
    $400 28
This Boston hotel that added the glaze to Boston Cream Pie is also known for its rolls
    $400 10
Familial tome that was Dostoyevsky's last novel
    $600 12
Dubbed "King of Torts" for his civil law success, Melvin Belli also defended this killer of Oswald
    $600 18
New Orleans lies on the southern shore of this shallow, brackish lake
    $600 3
In 1959 a Dutch ship became the first oceangoing vessel to reach Chicago via this waterway
    $600 27
T.H. Huxley was an early proponent of the theory that these modern creatures are descended from dinosaurs
    $600 26
Strudel dough is Hungarian; phyllo dough comes from this country
    $600 9
Margaret Craven followed this 1973 novel in 1984 with "Again Calls the Owl"
    $800 14
This first prime minister of independent India was trained as a lawyer in England
    $800 19
Lake of the Woods in Canada & this U.S. state is a remnant of Agassiz, an extinct glacial lake
    DD: $1,600 4
On July 14, 1965, this U.N. ambassador & former presidential candidate died in London at age 65
    $800 22
This Italian developed an early battery, or pile, while professor of physics at Pavia University
    $800 24
Cream- or custard-filled, they'll go off the plate like "lightning"; that's what their French name means
    $800 8
This "Salome" author's mother wrote poetry under the pen name Speranza
    DD: $1,200 16
This French writer known for "Democracy in America" first came to the U.S. to study the penal system
    $1000 20
Iliamna, Becharof & Ugashik are among this state's larger lakes
    $1000 5
A May 3, 1886 clash at the McCormick Reaper Works in Chicago led to this riot the next day
    $1000 23
For a spaceship to leave the Earth's gravitational field, it's 11.2 kilometers per second
    $1000 25
Last name of the sisters who created a carmelized "torte"
    $1000 7
In 1820 this sonnet writer's father privately published a book of her poems, "The Battle of Marathon"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Mike Marilyn
$12,000 $6,500 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

DESIGNERS
This designer who died in 1892 got his first big break designing luggage for Empress Eugenie

Final scores:

Paul Mike Marilyn
$13,002 $2,000 $600
3-day champion: $47,806 2nd place: Dynamark Security Centers home security system 3rd place: Sanyo cordless phone & CD changer/double cassette recorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Mike Marilyn
$11,800 $6,500 $3,100
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
3 W
7 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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