Show #2948 - Wednesday, May 28, 1997

Lyn Payne game 1.

Contestants

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Lyn Payne, a librarian from Orlando, Florida

David Wyatt, a high school French teacher from Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin

Doug Antoniazzi, a test systems analyst from Hyde Park, Massachusetts (whose 3-day cash winnings total $35,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

INVENTORS & INVENTIONS
HISTORY
TV & FILM CELLISTS
ANNUAL EVENTS
POETS & POETRY
BUG NAMES
    $100 16
Business partner Jacob Davis added the rivets to the pocket corners of this man's pants
    $100 1
In 1589 Boris Godunov got this country's Orthodox Church recognized as an independent patriarchate
    $100 30
On this series, Crystal Bernard plays Helen, an airport lunch counter operator & cellist
    $100 7
The Grune Woche, one of Germany's largest agricultural fairs, takes place in this capital city.
    $100 14
It begins, "It looked extremely rocky for the Mudville Nine that day"
    $100 10
Newspaper publisher Britt Reid fights crime as this "Green" hero
    $200 17
It's said he added a wire comb to his cotton gin at the suggestion of Catherine Greene, a widow
    $200 2
When he went to Europe in 1971, he became the first reigning Japanese monarch to travel abroad
    $200 29
In Ghostbusters she played the cellist who fell for, or rather levitated for, Bill Murray
    $200 25
Albany, Georgia has an annual festival devoted to this nut, a type of hickory
    $200 13
His poem, "Highland Mary", was inspired by Mary Campbell, to whom he was engaged
    $200 11
A googly is a deceptive delivery by the bowler in this sport
    $300 18
During World War I he directed the wireless service of Italy's army
    $300 3
In 1942 he replaced Gandhi as leader of India's National Congress Party
    $300 28
In The Living Daylights he played the Bond who formed a bond with Czech cellist Maryam d'Abo
    $300 15
An Urbanna, Virginia festival devoted to this bivalve serves it in every conceivable fashion.
    $300 9
He included an unflattering description of himself in one of "The Canterbury Tales"
    $300 12
This producer brought together "Our Gang", those cute little rascals
    $400 23
In 1959 Jack Kilby & Robert Noyce applied for patents on the first integrated ones of these
    $400 4
In 1973 Menachem Begin helped form this Israeli political party, a merger of several smaller parties
    $400 27
Tannis Vallely played the cello-playing honors student on this Howard Hesseman series
    $400 19
Gering, Nebraska's 4-day celebration of this pioneer trail features an old settler's reunion and parades
    $400 8
In 1823 Shelley was buried in the same Rome cemetery where this poet had been buried 2 years earlier
    $400 21
In 1982 he had a hit single, "Goody Two Shoes", & a hit album, "Friend or Foe"
    $500 24
The sensation of the 1893 Chicago Exposition rose 250' & was named for its inventor
    $500 5
Great Britain gained most of Eastern Canada from France as a result of this war
    $500 26
Buddy Sorrell was the character who played the cello on this comedy series
    $500 20
This country sets aside June 15 to honor its Dannebrog, the oldest national flag in the world
    $500 6
This British poet of "Gunga Din" penned the phrase "East is East, and West is West"
    DD: $600 22
Last name of the "Back to the Future" movie character seen here

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

Doug David Lyn
$1,000 $300 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug David Lyn
$2,700 $900 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
NATURE
POP MUSIC
TRANSPORTATION
ISLANDS
THEATRE
    $200 1
In 1784 the king considered having this torn down; in July 1789, the people did so on their own
    $200 30
Kangaroo Paw, an unusual-looking wildflower, is native to this country
    $200 16
In 1985 this performer bought ATV, owner of much of the Beatles' catalogue, for over $40 million
    $200 29
This state leads the U.S. in number of registered automobiles with over 17 million
    $200 7
Kiribati's largest island is named for this ho-ho holiday
    $200 28
When this Shakespearean theater was rebuilt after a 1613 fire, tile replaced thatch on its roof
    $400 2
On July 11, 1789, Lafayette proposed to the Assembly a first draft of the declaration of these
    $400 27
This hybrid offspring of a male donkey & a mare is usually sterile
    $400 15
The "Acid Queen" costume she wore in "Tommy" is now in Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
    $400 26
Air in this tunnel between NYC & Jersey City comes from giant fans in 4 10-story towers
    $400 8
It's separated from the "toe" of Italy by the Strait of Messina
    $400 24
The drama theatre, 1 of 4 auditoriums in this Sydney structure, is used for plays
    $600 4
Written by Rouget de Lisle as "Chant de guerre pour l'armee du Rhin", it's now known as this anthem
    $600 20
This hot, dry Saharan wind whose name comes from Arabic for "East" can bring rain to southern Europe
    $600 14
"Great Balls of Fire!" In 1968 he played Iago in "Catch My Soul", a rock musical version of "Othello"
    DD: $400 19
This state capital has a Wiley Post Airport as well as a Will Rogers Airport
    $600 9
Yell, Mainland, and Fetlar are among these islands famous for their ponies
    $600 13
Uta Hagen was the first to play Martha in this playwright's"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
    $800 5
Running from July 19 to August 17, this month was so hot... you could cook a lobster on the sidewalk
    $800 21
The dried leaves of the purple foxglove are used to produce this heart stimulant
    $800 17
Her 1986 No. 1 hit "That's What Friends Are For" was credited to her "and Friends"
    $800 23
This series of canals allows transportations and commerce between Lakes Superior & Huron
    DD: $2,000 10
It lies 25 miles south of Barbuda
    $800 12
2 of Wilkie Collins' plays were performed at a theatre in this "Great Expectations" author's home
    $1000 6
1790's new tricolor flag replaced one with this floral symbol
    $1000 22
Most of these birds belong to the genus cygnus
    $1000 18
She refused a 1990 Grammy for best alternative performance for "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got"
    $1000 25
This city's Logan International Airport is about 180 miles closer to Europe than New York City is
    $1000 11
In the West Indies, Dominica lies between Guadeloupe & this French island
    $1000 3
Lady Gregory organized foreign tours of this Dublin theater company from 1911 to 1913

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug David Lyn
$6,500 $4,900 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN COUNTRIES
The northernmost country in Africa, it's much smaller than the countries that border it

Final scores:

Doug David Lyn
$12,999 $9,799 $13,001
2nd place: Bassett Eden House bedroom suite + the Jeopardy! electronic game from Tiger Electronics 3rd place: Amana extra-large capacity washer/dryer + the Jeopardy! electronic game from Tiger Electronics New champion: $13,001 + the Jeopardy! electronic game from Tiger Electronics

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Doug David Lyn
$8,500 $5,500 $8,400
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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