Show #2672 - Tuesday, March 26, 1996

Contestants

Betty Fernandez, an attorney from Washington, D.C.

Al Brokos, a training specialist originally from Baltimore, Maryland

Marty Sade, a math teacher from Tucson, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

CHICAGO
(toddlin' town)
4-LETTER WORDS
1980S POP MUSIC
ROCKS & MINERALS
COOKING
THE SPORT PLAYED
    $100 20
Riots marred this convention in August 1968
    $100 13
It's pretty "apparent" this is the beneficiary of a will
    $100 7
A "boss" among singers, in 1985 he reflected on his "Glory Days"
    $100 26
Term for a lump of gold; the farther it's traveled from its source, the more rounded it is
    $100 1
3 tbsp. of carob powder plus 2 tbsp. of liquid may be substituted for 1 unsweetened ounce of this
    $100 4
Mario Lemieux, Brett Hull & Wayne Gretzky
    $200 21
Lake Shore Drive is on this lake's shore
    $200 16
Groucho said he wouldn't belong to one that would accept him as a member
    $200 8
Christopher Cross' song "Think Of Laura" became a hit after it was featured on this daytime soap
    $200 27
The most prized turquoise is this bird-related shade
    $200 2
This word can refer to a sauce served on a salad or a mixture used to stuff poultry
    $200 12
Emmitt Smith, Barry Sanders & Dan Marino
    $300 23
In 1916 he gave us his "Chicago Poems"
    $300 17
The crop of a bird; something may get stuck in yours
    $300 9
In 1983 this group had its first No. 1 hit in the U.S. with "Every Breath You Take"
    $300 28
Like graphite, molybdenite is used as a solid one of these for moving parts
    $300 3
This classic kind of clam chowder contains tomatoes; New England clam chowder doesn't
    $300 14
Viktor Petrenko, Oksana Baiul & Michelle Kwan
    $400 24
The 10-story Home Insurance Building, considered the first of these, was demolished in 1931
    $400 18
A long story chronicling the history of a family like the Forsytes
    $400 10
According to the title of a Tears For Fears hit, "Everybody Wants To" do this
    $400 29
Calcite is recognizable from the bubbles that form when this is applied during a test
    $400 5
Some recipes for these southern pecan patties call for granulated sugar & brown sugar
    $400 15
Bobby Rahal, Danny Sullivan & Michael Andretti
    $500 25
In 1937 the first large-scale bank for this substance was established in Chicago
    $500 19
Thomas Hobbes' last words were "I am about to take my last voyage, a great" one of these "in the dark"
    $500 11
In 1982 Phil Collins had a Top 10 solo hit with a remake of this Supremes song
    DD: $500 30
Deposits near the mouth of the Orange River have been a rich source of these precious gemstones
    $500 6
Diced ham & vegetables often go into a frittata, an Italian type of this egg dish
    $500 22
Marshall Holman, Pete Weber & Earl Anthony

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

Marty Al Betty
$1,200 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Al Betty
$1,800 $2,000 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

POLITICAL SCIENCE
(sounds like we're back in college!)
PAINTING & SCULPTURE
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
(we are back in college)
16TH CENTURY NAMES
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
LITERATURE
    $200 21
The British cabinet meets with the prime minister at this famous residence
    $200 7
These New Zealand natives are known for carving small jade pendants called hei tiki
    $200 6
1995 marked the 200th anniversary of this university's Hasty Pudding Club
    $200 16
While most of Lake Geneva is in Switzerland, its southern shore lies in this country
    $200 1
Lotus Blossom is the concubine of Wang Lung in this Pearl Buck novel
    $400 27
Julius Caesar was made this for life in 44 B.C.; modern ones include Juan Peron & Manuel Noriega
    $400 8
This term can refer to posing for a sculpture or to sculpting in a pliable material such as clay
    $400 12
In 1873 Illinois' Evanston College for Ladies became the women's college of this university
    $400 17
This capital city is situated in the Judean Hills
    $400 2
"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" is set in the town of St. Petersburg in this state
    $600 22
The Secretary of Veterans Affairs is 17th in this line
    $600 9
He called his 1873 portrait of Cicely Alexander "Harmony In Grey And Green"
    DD: $1,000 13
This religious group was responsible for founding Wake Forest & Baylor universities
    $600 28
Sir Francis Drake looted & burned the Spanish fort at this Florida site in 1586
    $600 18
Botany Bay is on the southeast coast of this country & Geographe Bay is on the southwest coast
    $600 3
At the end of "Moby Dick", this narrator is rescued by another whaling ship, the Rachel
    $800 24
This type of government is formed by members of competing parties since neither has a majority
    $800 10
A Madison Ave. art museum is named for this woman who sculpted the Titanic Memorial in Washington, D.C.
    $800 14
This university at College Station, TX is noted for its engineering & environmental design colleges
    $800 26
The Earl of Bothwell was created Duke of Orkney & Shetland one day before he married this queen in 1567
    $800 19
At 16,800 feet, Vinson Massif is the highest point on this continent
    $800 4
This R.D. Blackmore novel begins in Exmoor, in the county of Somerset, in the year 1673
    $1000 23
Term given to the Communist doctrine formulated by Lenin; it's from the Russian for "majority"
    $1000 11
This Frenchman's life-sized 1781 marble statue of Voltaire is in the Comedie Francaise in Paris
    $1000 15
Located in Brunswick, it's Maine's oldest institution of higher learning
    $1000 25
As a child, this Danish astronomer was abducted by his uncle & raised in a castle
    DD: $1,500 20
The name of this smallest South American country can be spelled with or without an e
    $1000 5
This Edith Wharton title character has a hypochondriac wife named Zenobia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Al Betty
$6,800 $6,500 $2,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FOREIGN DIRECTORS
His fascination with clowns & make-believe may have begun when he ran off with Pierino's Circus as a child

Final scores:

Marty Al Betty
$13,001 $12,999 $4,900
2-day champion: $26,000 2nd place: Living Room set & 35-inch TV 3rd place: Sigma Binoculars

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marty Al Betty
$6,800 $7,500 $2,500
20 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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