Show #2677 - Tuesday, April 2, 1996

David Sampugnaro game 2.

Contestants

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Amy Comeau, a law librarian from New York City, New York

Chip Hunter, a professor of management from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

David Sampugnaro, a writer and consultant originally from Elmsford, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

ASIA
SPORTS
CLOTHING
MUSIC
DJIA STOCKS
(Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks)
CROSSWORD CLUES "A"
    $100 3
Go Ba Soup, a specialty of this country, makes a sizzling sound when poured over deep-fried rice patties
    $100 2
Since 1947 teams competing in this Pasadena bowl game have come from the Pac 10 & Big 10 conferences
    $100 5
Larry King is seldom seen without these, which the British call braces
    $100 15
A carol is a simple occasional song most often associated with this holiday
    $100 1
It publishes Travel & Leisure Magazine as well as selling traveler's checks
    $100 21
Clock warning
(5)
    $200 4
The 2 houses of this large country's parliament are the Lok Sabha & the Rajya Sabha
    $200 6
On Nov. 5, 1994 he became the oldest to win a heavyweight title -- or any boxing title -- at age 45
    $200 7
The sandalfoot style of these does not have reinforcements at the toes & heels
    $200 26
This form of light opera with spoken dialogue evolved from the opera comique & led to the musical
    $200 16
Its roots go back to Bell Telephone in 1877
    $200 22
River for tall women
(6)
    $300 13
Most of this country's people live in hamlets called kampongs but about a million reside in Kuala Lumpur
    $300 10
In 1993 this Philadelphia 76ers player nicknamed "Dr. J" was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame
    $300 8
Vienna-born designer Rudi Gernreich introduced this extremely revealing swimsuit in 1964
    $300 27
This brass instrument may be fitted with valves either replacing the slide or in addition to it
    $300 17
Foot Locker & Kinney Shoe Stores are owned by this five & dime company
    $300 23
Knightware
(5)
    $400 14
Sometimes this country is referred to as East Bengal
    $400 11
The 4 basic events in women's gymnastics are floor exercise, uneven parallel bars, vault & this event
    $400 9
Low necklines & high waists were features of the Empire Style popularized c. 1805 by this French empress
    $400 28
An instrumental piece usually for one musician, its name comes from Toccare, Italian for "to touch"
    $400 18
May we be so "Bold" in this "Era" as to "Cheer" this "Charmin" company
    $400 24
It leaves when winter comes
(6)
    DD: $900 19
Indonesians call this third-largest island in the world Kalimantan, or "River of Diamonds"
    $500 12
On Sept. 5, 1993 Noureddine Morceli of Algeria set the world record in this event at 3:44.39
    $500 30
The name of this hip-length Japanese-style lounging robe makes us feel "glad"
    $500 29
Malaguena is a sub-type of this Spanish or Andalusian song style
    $500 20
It's America's largest maker of commercial aircraft & that's the plane truth
    $500 25
Deer playmate
(8)

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

David Chip Amy
$1,200 $1,500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Chip Amy
$3,200 $3,300 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATURALISTS
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
MOUNTAINS
ART
17TH CENTURY AMERICA
LITERATURE
    $200 20
While living by Walden Pond in 1846, he was arrested for refusing to pay his poll tax
    $200 3
You can find the Bill of Rights on display in this D.C. building's Exhibition Hall
    $200 10
Legend says this Japanese mountain was created during an earthquake in 286 B.C.
    $200 26
These colored chalklike sticks are made with a pigment & a weak adhesive such as gum tragacanth
    $200 14
On Nov. 21, 1620, after a 66-day voyage, this ship reached Cape Cod
    $200 1
In addition to Buck & White Fang, this author wrote about Jerry, an Irish terrier pup
    $400 21
He & William MacGillivray wrote "The Ornithological Biography" to go with his "Birds of America"
    $400 4
He's the only U.S. president to have served as director of the CIA
    $400 11
This highest Greek mountain wasn't scaled until 1913
    $400 27
In 1546 Pope Paul III appointed this artist architect of St. Peter's Basilica
    $400 16
In 1607 Edward M. Wingfield was ousted as president of the Virginia colony at this site
    $400 2
Early collections of his stories include "Flappers And Philosophers" & "Tales Of The Jazz Age"
    $600 22
Studying these in the Swiss Alps, Louis Agassiz postulated the Earth was once covered by them
    $600 5
National grasslands are administered by the Forest Service, an agency of this cabinet department
    $600 13
Encyclopedia Americana calls it the "most photographed peak in Europe"
    $600 28
The final layer of plaster prepared for this type of wall painting is called intonaco
    $600 17
George Fox, leader of this British religious group, toured the American colonies in 1672
    $600 8
In "David Copperfield", Wilkins is the first name of this kindhearted optimist
    $800 24
He was only 22 when he boarded the Beagle in 1831
    DD: $2,500 6
Montana's Marc Racicot & this state's Jim Guy Tucker are the USA's lowest-paid governors
    $800 15
In 1949 a U.S. expedition spent 12 futile days searching for Noah's Ark on this mountain
    $800 29
In 1930 Grant Wood's reputation was established by a Chicago showing of this painting
    $800 18
In 1631 this governor of New Netherland was removed due to liberal policies toward wealthy landowners
    $800 9
This B. Traven novel about 3 Americans looking for gold in Mexico was first published in Germany
    DD: $500 25
While in Holland in 1735, this Swede published his "Systema Naturae", a taxonomy system
    $1000 7
This Ohio Republican won election to the U.S. Senate in 1938 & served until his death in 1953
    $1000 23
The Karakoram Mountains include this famous peak also known as Mount Godwin Austen
    $1000 30
She was commissioned to paint a mural for the woman's building at the 1893 Columbian Exposition
    $1000 19
On April 9, 1682 this Frenchman reached the mouth of the Mississippi & claimed the valley for France
    $1000 12
"To Let" was the last novel in this John Galsworthy series

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Chip Amy
$10,700 $8,500 $1,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITY NAME ORIGINS
Frederick, Maryland was named for the 6th Baron this

Final scores:

David Chip Amy
$17,001 $4,401 $500
2-day champion: $30,201 2nd place: Lloyd Flanders Wicker Furniture 3rd place: Magnavox TV/VCR Combo

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Chip Amy
$8,600 $8,500 $2,000
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
23 R,
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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