Show #2684 - Thursday, April 11, 1996

Michael Dupée game 3.

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Sally Hardey, a psychologist from Moraga, California

Bernie Altman, an architect from Los Angeles, California

Michael Dupee, an attorney from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

PHOTOGRAPHY
ABBOTT & COSTELLO
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
WOMEN'S FASHIONS
FISH
"NET"s
    $100 2
National Geographic landscapes often include a person wearing this color; your eye goes to it first
    $100 26
Bud & Lou ran into Shemp Howard, an original member of this trio, in "Buck Privates" & "In the Navy"
    $100 1
Nevada's largest city, it grew from a population of 8,500 in 1940 to 258,000 in 1990
    $100 9
Styles of this blouse feature include Puritan, petal & Peter Pan
    $100 21
A popular food fish, it's the most common species of roughy
    $100 16
The introduction to this TV cop how says, "This is the city. Los Angeles, California"
    $200 7
Tiltall, Gitzo & Linhof are standard types of these camera steadiers
    $200 27
In 1955 Abbott & Costello met this Mack Sennett police group
    $200 3
This Maryland bay is the country's largest estuary
    $200 10
The name of this very full dress style calls to mind a canvas shelter
    $200 22
Some of these "whiskered" fish have poisonous spines near their fins
    $200 17
This brass instrument originated in the 1820s from a post horn used on carriages
    $300 8
This color is added to modern B&W bromide prints to give them a nostalgic appeal
    $300 28
Bud & Lou got their radio start on this "God Bless America" singer's show
    $300 4
Aroostook County in this state borders Quebec & New Brunswick
    $300 13
Clothing & accessories sold under the name of this late Frenchwoman often feature intertwined "C"s
    $300 23
The moray type of this fish doesn't usually attack humans unless provoked
    $300 18
Developed by the Dept. of Defense in the 1960s, millions now "surf" this information superhighway
    $400 11
1 of the 2 things the DX coding on a roll of film tells your camera
    $400 29
Glenn Strange's third film appearance as this monster was in a 1948 Abbott & Costello Universal film
    $400 5
At 95 feet above sea level, this lake is Vermont's lowest point
    $400 15
The length of these accessories is measured in "buttons"; 16-button ones are formal in length
    $400 24
These brightly-colored aquarium fish were named for French statesman Francois-Nicolas Mollien
    $400 19
A type of women's hat, the British use this term to mean an automobile hood
    $500 12
Kodak has a disposable camera that makes these much-wider-than-normal prints
    $500 30
Their 1943 film "It's Ain't Hay" was based on a story by this "Guys and Dolls" author
    $500 6
This river for which a state is named drains much of Massachusetts' upland region
    $500 14
This London-born designer was the mother of the miniskirt
    DD: $100 25
This Russian sturgeon prized for caviar is also called a huso
    $500 20
It's a small official seal used on contracts & other legal documents

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

Michael Bernie Sally
$800 $2,300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Bernie Sally
$3,400 $3,500 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

JULY
INVENTORS
WORLD FACTS
PEOPLE
MAGAZINES
OPERATIC DEMISES
    $200 21
In July 1855 this collection of 12 poems by Walt Whitman was first published in Brooklyn
    $200 6
In 1753 George Richmann was electrocuted trying to duplicate this man's lightning experiment
    $200 11
In Africa it's the chief religion north of the Sahara
    $200 16
This athlete & her husband Al Joyner once won a trip to Jamaica on "The Newlywed Game"
    $200 26
Founded in 1802, this Scottish city's Review was renowned for its political & literary criticism
    $200 1
In Chausson's opera "King Arthur", this wife of Arthur strangles herself with her own hair
    $400 22
This "Trees" poet was killed in action in France on July 30, 1918
    $400 7
Though expelled from Harvard, this geodesic dome inventor later held more than 2,000 patents
    $400 12
About a fourth of this country's people live in the city of Amman
    $400 17
This pianist has been called "The Crown Prince of Denmark"
    $400 27
"Looking Good" & "Spotlight" are departments of this magazine whose name is the objective case of "We"
    $400 2
In "Il trovatore", Lenora avoids marrying di Luna by swallowing poison rom this piece of jewelry
    $600 23
On July 10, 1962 this communications satellite was launched from Cape Canaveral
    $600 8
Bernard Lyot invented the coronagraph, allowing observation of this body's coronas
    $600 13
On Chad's flag the red stands for fire & unity, the yellow for the sun & the blue for this
    $600 18
Bob Caron, the tail gunner on this plane that bombed Hiroshima, died in 1995 at age 75
    $600 28
Born Martha Kostyra, she's really "Living" with her own magazine off cooking & decorating tips
    $600 3
In "La Muette de Portici", set in Naples, Fanella leaps into the mouth of this volcano
    DD: $1,000 24
In the 1948 convention of the States' Rights Party, Fielding Wright was selected as his running mate
    $800 9
This German graf was largely responsible for inventing the rigid airship
    $800 14
Of the more than 50 independent countries in Africa, it's the largest in area
    $800 19
He wrote & directed the 1950s film "The Seventh Seal", which i based on his own play "Tramalning"
    $800 29
This woman who wrote the book "Passages" is a contributing editor of Vanity Fair
    $800 4
In a Verdi opera Radames is to be buried alive & this heroine hides in the tomb to share his fate
    $1000 25
On July 7, 1898 Pres. McKinley signed a joint resolution of Congress annexing this future state
    $1000 10
This armsmaker died at his Hartford, Connecticut home, Armsmear, in 1682
    DD: $400 15
It's the southernmost country on the Balkan peninsula
    $1000 20
His painting "Three Flags" sold for just $900 in 1959; in 1980 it was resold for $1 million
    $1000 30
Known as "The Movie Magazine", it's named for a movie event
    $1000 5
Owen is found dead after sleeping in a haunted room in this "Billy Budd" composer's "Owen Wingrave"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Bernie Sally
$13,000 $7,500 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS
This Major League Baseball manager of the 1950s & 1960s received his nickname because he was born in Kansas City

Final scores:

Michael Bernie Sally
$15,001 $14,500 $4,799
3-day champion: $44,202 2nd place: Broyhill living room set + Harris Lamps 3rd place: Towle flatwear

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Bernie Sally
$13,800 $7,500 $2,400
31 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
19 R,
3 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $23,700

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