Show #2734 - Thursday, June 20, 1996

Mary Hirschfeld game 4.

Contestants

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Anita Cohen, an editor and science writer from Brookhaven Hamlet, New York

Mark Lambert, a publisher's assistant from Seattle, Washington

Mary Hirschfeld, a professor of economics originally from Pullman, Washington (whose 3-day cash winnings total $41,403)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BODY BOVINE
STREETS
SPORTS
COSMETICS & PERFUME
PEOPLE IN HISTORY
SHADES
(Alex: Shades of colors.)
    $100 23
Cattle use this long body part to shoo away insects
    $100 5
On Jan. 15, 1983 Santa Barbara Ave. in L.A. was renamed for this slain civil rights leader
    $100 1
Competitions in this multi-event sport may include walking & hammer throwing & are called meets
    $100 3
Defining the mouth with a special pencil helps keep this cosmetic from feathering & bleeding
    $100 10
Amenemhet I found this country's 12th dynasty in 1991 B.C.
    $100 18
Prussian,
navy,
baby
    $200 24
A cow has 32 of these but none in the front part of its upper jaw
    $200 8
This NYC street is nicknamed the "Great White Way"
    $200 2
Friedrich Ludwig Jahn, who developed the balance beam, is considered the modern father of this sport
    $200 9
A perfume by designer Laura Biagiotti, or the Italian name for the capital of Italy
    $200 12
Bertha von Suttner helped inspire this man to create a peace prize & became the first woman to win it
    $200 19
Plum,
eggplant,
amethyst
    $300 25
In beef cows this suspended milk-storing organ is smaller than in dairy cows
    $300 11
The Arc de Triomphe stands at the west end of this street, Place de la Concorde at the east end
    $300 4
The Greco-Roman form of this sport is very popular in Scandinavia
    $300 28
Diamonds and Sapphires is a fruity floral fragrance from this actress known for her White Diamonds
    $300 13
Cuthbert Collingwood was second in command to this naval hero in the battle of Trafalgar
    $300 20
Apple,
pistachio,
moss
    $400 26
The rumen is the largest of the 4 compartments that make up this organ in cattle
    $400 16
An avenue in Bardstown, Kentucky is named for this "My Old Kentucky Home" composer
    $400 6
The November 1982 death of lightweight Duk Koo Kim resulted in editorials calling for a ban on this sport
    $400 29
Many women keep their foundation looking fresh by applying the "loose" type of this with a brush or puff
    $400 14
Before becoming the USA's first attorney general, Edmund Randolph was this southern state's first attorney general
    $400 21
Teak,
russet,
vandyke
    $500 27
This breed whose ancestor is the Indian Zebu has a fleshy hump over its shoulders
    $500 17
It's said W.C. Handy developed blues music at Pee Wee's Saloon on this Memphis street
    $500 7
This basic fencing weapon weighs about 1 pound & is derived from a short dress sword of the 17th century
    $500 30
The first name of French authoress Nin; if you say it twice it's the name of a perfume
    DD: $1,000 15
After a victory over the Spanish in 1640, the Duke of Braganza was crowned King John IV of this country
    $500 22
Turkey,
Pompeian,
Chinese

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Mary Mark Anita
$1,500 $1,300 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Mark Anita
$2,700 $2,700 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

DANISH RULERS
ARTISTS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
BALLET DANCERS ON FILM
BODIES OF WATER
AUTHORS & THEIR WORKS
    $200 25
Frederick VI became an ally of this French emperor in 1807 & involved Denmark in a war that bankrupted it
    $200 16
Paolo Veronese was about 25 when he painted magnificent ceiling panels for the doge's palace in this city
    $200 10
In 1892 the Eastman Dry Plate & Film Company adopted this name
    $200 6
Rudolf Nureyev looked "Sheik" when he starred in Ken Russell's film about this silent film star
    $200 7
Inchcape Rock is a dangerous reef off the coast of Scotland in this sea
    $200 1
Part II of her novel "O Pioneers!" is entitled "Neighboring Fields"
    $400 17
This Spaniard's Cubist guitar sculpture, made of sheet metal & wire, is in the Museum of Modern Art
    $400 11
Similar to AT&T, the initials in ITT originally stood for this
    $400 8
Alexander Godunov made his acting debut as an Amish farmer in this Harrison Ford film
    $400 9
Although discovered by Semyon Dezhnev in 1648, this sea of the north Pacific was named for another man
    $400 2
The curator of the Lahore Museum in his novel "Kim" is based on his father
    $600 26
10th century ruler Harold Bluetooth, son of Gorm the Old, introduced this religion into Denmark
    $600 18
First name shared by French artists Utrillo & Vlaminck
    $600 23
Rock star Neil Young is now a part owner of this largest manufacturer of toy trains
    $600 15
Zizi Jeanmaire played the ballerina Danny Kaye fell for in the 1952 musical about this storyteller
    $600 12
When discovered in 1610, this bay was thought to be the long-sought Northwest Passage
    DD: $1,000 3
The poem "Ulalume" is his only important work of 1847, the year his child bride died
    $800 27
During Frederick IX's reign, 1947-1972, this "law" was changed, allowing Margrethe II to rule next
    $800 19
Victor Vasarely was a leading figure in this modern art movement named for its effect on viewers' eyes
    $800 24
As you might guess, company-owned BP service stations are owned by this company
    $800 21
He played a defecting Russian ballet star in "White Nights" & a KGB agent in "Company Business"
    DD: $1,500 13
The harbor of this Pacific Russian port is formed by Golden Horn Bay
    $800 4
This "Giant" novelist wrote a series of stories about traveling petticoat sales lady Emma McChesney
    $1000 20
Sadly, when this Belgian surrealist was a teenager, his mother drowned herself
    $1000 28
In 1988 IBM & Sears, Roebuck joined forces to launch this online computer service
    $1000 22
New York City ballet star Jacques D' Amboise played one of a septet of siblings in this 1954 MGM musical
    $1000 14
Gdansk, Poland lies at the mouth of the Motlawa, a branch of this river
    $1000 5
This author of "The Manchurian Candidate" completed his 3rd novel, "Some Angry Angel", in Mexico City

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Mark Anita
$12,600 $7,300 $2,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
San Juan Hill, site of Herbert Hoover's home, is now home to the president of this university

Final scores:

Mary Mark Anita
$14,601 $10,300 $2,100
4-day champion: $56,004 2nd place: Computer system 3rd place: ---------

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mary Mark Anita
$11,000 $7,300 $2,100
28 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
17 R,
1 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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