Show #2678 - Wednesday, April 3, 1996

David Sampugnaro game 3.

Contestants

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Dan Goldman, a legal editor from Madison, New Jersey

Joy Sibley, a school librarian from Herndon, Virginia

David Sampugnaro, a writer and consultant originally from Elmsford, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $30,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGY
CELEBRITY QUOTES
STOCK SYMBOLS
BIOLOGY
U.S.A.
POTPOURRI
    $100 16
These half-equine creatures became uncontrollably lascivious when they drank wine
    $100 18
The former NYC "How'm I doin'?" mayor, I've turned author with "Murder at City Hall"
    $100 23
During the 1995 tax season this company, HRB, served roughly 12% of U.S. taxpayers
    $100 7
A heterodont animal has different types of these-- incisors & molars, for example
    $100 1
Jim Boren, Earl Dodge & Isabelle Masters each received under 1,000 votes for this highest office in 1992
    $100 2
Edible artichoke parts are the leaves & these, sometimes called the bottoms or fronds
    $200 17
Khepera, an Egyptian sun god, is closely associated with this sacred beetle
    $200 19
I was Michael J. Fox's mom on film & am "Caroline in the City" on TV
    $200 24
KWP is the NYSE symbol of this distributor of "Jeopardy!"
    $200 9
Found within plant cells, a chloroplast contains this green pigment
    $200 3
Service academy football teams include the Air Force Falcons, the Army Cadets & this Navy team
    $200 8
In the U.S. these include the American Kennel, Boys and Girls, Lions & Sierra
    $300 28
This area of northern Europe is named for Skadi, a Norse goddess of winter
    $300 20
I'm the "Mr. Ed" star who voices Scrooge McDuck
    $300 25
This second-largest domestic steel producer is symbolized BS
    $300 10
In humans 3 to 5 of these bony segments make up the coccyx
    DD: $500 4
This state has coastlines on 2 different oceans
    $300 13
This Sam was sent after the black bird
    $400 29
Any mortal who consumed nectar & this food of the gods would become immortal
    $400 21
My characters have included Mr. Mayor, Clarabell & a marsupial with the rank of Captain
    $400 26
ACV is the NYSE symbol of this maker of VO5
    $400 11
Individuals with the B type of this blood clotting disorder lack plasma thromboplastin
    $400 5
Great Lake with the greatest area within the U.S.
    $400 14
Antwerp & Tel Aviv are noted centers where these are cut
    $500 30
Under the name Psychopompos, this Greek messenger god conducted souls to the underworld
    $500 22
I've been acting since 1927 & despite my 3' 7 1/2" height I a giant in the industry
    $500 27
GOSHA is the NASDAQ symbol for this overalls manufacturer
    $500 12
The paramecium is covered with threadlike projections called these
    $500 6
In January 1995 the first U.S. area codes were allocated that didn't use either of these 2 center digits
    $500 15
Common bond of the above 4 responses

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

David Joy Dan
$2,200 $1,000 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Joy Dan
$3,000 $1,600 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE DESERT
LITERATURE
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
THE TONY AWARDS
EXPLORERS
"LAND" HO!
(Alex: "Land" in quotation marks, we know what that means.)
    $200 12
Covering almost 1/3 of Africa, only about 1/5 of it is covered in sand; the rest is gravel plains
    $200 6
As he had done, his Frederic Henry in "A Farewell to Arms" worked in the ambulance service in WWI
    $200 17
The University of London was modeled on the university of this Scottish capital
    $200 26
She not only co-hosted the 1995 Tony Awards, she won for playing Norma Desmond in "Sunset Boulevard"
    $200 7
Amerigo Vespucci provided supplies for this man's second voyage of exploration in 1493
    $200 1
Lyndon Johnson's election victory in 1964 is usually described as this
    $400 13
In Africa one of these humped animals can yield more milk in a day than a cow
    $400 18
This "Tai-Pan" author wrote the script for the film To Sir with Love"
    $400 22
Pembroke College for Women merged with this Providence, R.I. university in 1971
    $400 27
The 1995 Tony nominations were announced at this restaurant fabled for it celebrity caricatures
    $400 8
His third expedition continued under Charles Clerke after he was killed in Hawaii in 1779
    $400 2
This U.S. satellite studies & photographs the earth's surface
    $600 14
1920s adventurer & desert explorer Roy Chapman Andrews may have inspired this movie character
    $600 19
After "Sister Carrie" was suppressed by its publisher, he gave up writing fiction for 10 years
    $600 23
The 6 Claremont Colleges occupy contiguous campuses in Claremont in this state
    $600 28
The Best Musical of 1980, it featured the song "Buenos Aires"
    $600 9
Toussaint Charbonneau reportedly won this Shoshone woman, Lewis & Clark's guide while gambling
    $600 3
A lighthouse built in the 1790s stands on this peninsula, the westernmost point of England
    $800 15
The Israelis are growing crops in this desert with water piped in from the sea of Galilee
    DD: $2,000 20
This German philosopher followed his "Critique of Pure Reason" with one on practical reason
    $800 24
Oberlin College in this state was a center of antislavery activity
    $800 29
Andrea McArdle was nominated for playing this title girl in 1977, but lost to her co-star Dorothy Loudon
    $800 10
The Sao Gabriel was the flagship of his first expedition from Portugal to India
    $800 4
It's New Mexico's nickname
    $1000 16
Under the desert of this small country is the world's second-largest oil reserve
    $1000 21
Lucy Maud Montgomery wrote 6 sequels to this 1908 novel
    DD: $2,000 25
In 1979 this Nashville school absorbed George Peabody College
    $1000 30
In 1995 John Glover won 1, not 2, Tonys for playing twins in the play titled "Love! Valour!" this!
    $1000 11
In 1616 he convinced James I to release him from the Tower of London to lead a search for El Dorado
    $1000 5
Except for a short border with Mozambique, this small monarchy is surrounded by South Africa

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Joy Dan
$16,000 $6,400 $3,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS WOMEN
At the first U.N. meeting, held in 1946 in London, she was the only woman in the U.S. delegation

Final scores:

David Joy Dan
$19,200 $6,100 $400
3-day champion: $49,401 2nd place: Broyhill bedroom set + Village decorations 3rd place: Samsung combination TV/VCR

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Joy Dan
$14,800 $5,200 $3,300
33 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,300

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