Show #2620 - Friday, January 12, 1996

Barbara Walker game 3.

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Joel Silbert, a psychologist from Ardsley, New York

Luis Gutierrez, a health care consultant from Bethesda, Maryland

Barbara Walker, an elementary school principal from Westminster, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

LET'S DANCE
(see if you can figure out a theme)
FLYING
DOWN TO RIO
EASTER PARADE
ROYAL WEDDING
THREE LITTLE WORDS
(there is a theme there)
    $100 6
The Jarube Tehuano is a folk dance from this North American country
    $100 16
With 16 planes built, construction of this supersonic transport ended in 1979
    $100 21
Yachting & horse racing are popular pastimes in Rio but this sport rules supreme
    $100 26
Easter is the Christian version of this Jewish feast with which it often coincides
    $100 1
"The Bridesmaids" is a memoir about this actress' 1956 royal wedding by one of her bridesmaids
    $100 9
To chill champagne, or to postpone a project
    $200 7
Auguste Bournonville, the father of Danish ballet, was born in this capital city in 1805
    $200 17
It's the nickname of the H-4 Hercules, the flying boat Howard Hughes piloted in 1947
    $200 22
With all of the festivities, the most exciting time to visit Rio is during this, their Mardi Gras
    $200 27
Thousands of New Yorkers traditionally stroll down this avenue on Easter showing off their new clothes
    $200 2
Her gown had a 17 1/2' train & was embellished with the initials "S" & "A" when she married Prince Andrew
    $200 10
Incidentally
    $300 8
The Giga is the Italian version of this lively dance popular in England & Ireland
    $300 18
In 1995 Eileen Collins became the first American woman to pilot one of these
    $300 23
A Rio museum honors this entertainer known for her lavish gowns & fruity headgear
    $300 28
The Venerable Bede traced the word Easter to Eostre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess of this season
    $300 3
In 1993 Harvard grad Masako Owada became the 1st career woman to marry a crown prince of this country
    $300 11
It might mean to fall asleep in a barn loft
    $400 14
Charles Weidman danced the role of this silent film idol in the modern dance work "Flickers"; tres "sheik"
    $400 19
By 1940 Artem Mikoyan & Mikhail Gurevich produced the first of these Soviet fighter planes
    $400 24
Less than 20 minutes from downtown, you'll find this famous beach, followed by Ipanema & Leblon
    $400 29
Easter is called this kind of feast because its date can vary between March 22 & April 25
    $400 4
On July 29, 1981 she looked just like Cinderella when she rode to St. Paul's Cathedral in a glass coach
    $400 12
Be number one on a list of entertainers in a show
    $500 15
These married dancers popularized the Castle Polka
    $500 20
Referring to the way certain aircraft rise up & touch down, the abbreviation VTOL stands for this
    $500 25
This rocky landmark that rises above Guanabara Bay is known as Pao de Acucar in Portuguese
    $500 30
Oberammergau, Germany is home to a famous one of these performances that dramatize the Easter story
    DD: $500 5
In 1978 American-born Lisa Halaby married King Hussein at Zaharan Palace in this capital city
    $500 13
Dance like Fred Astaire, or scissor one toupee

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

Barbara Luis Joel
$1,600 $400 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Luis Joel
$2,900 $2,100 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
WINE
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
LITERATURE
LAW
ELIZABETH TAYLOR FILMS
    $200 14
Capt. Charles D. Sigsbee was in command of this ship when it blew up February 15, 1898
    $200 2
Most of this country's vineyards are in the area around Lake Geneva
    $200 1
This Belgian capital constitutes 1 of the country's 3 administrative regions
    $200 4
While teaching Russian literature at Cornell, he wrote his famous novel "Lolita"
    $200 19
Probate is the legal procedure by which one of these documents is proven valid or invalid
    $200 20
She was a year younger than James Dean when they made this 1956 film
    $400 15
Samuel Smith wrote this song to a melody he found in a German book, not knowing it was England's anthem
    $400 3
Sekt is the German equivalent of this celebrated French sparkling wine
    $400 6
Venice is known as the "Queen Of" this sea
    $400 5
"Much Obliged, Jeeves", this author's last collection of Bertie-&-Jeeves stories, was published in 1971
    $400 25
It's defined as one who could testify regarding what he had seen
    DD: $2,500 21
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
In 1942's "There's One Born Every Minute", Liz sang a duet with this person seen here:
    $600 16
1840s guidebooks could lead you landmark by landmark along this trail from Independence to Astoria
    $600 10
Wine is produced in this grand duchy, along the Moselle River
    $600 7
Gilbertese, a Micronesian language, is widely spoken in Kiribati, an island country in this ocean
    DD: $1,000 11
It begins, "In the ancient city of London....A boy was born to a poor family of the name of Canty...."
    $600 26
This word can mean to terminate a right or to quench a flame
    $600 22
As Amy in this 1949 film, she marries Laurie after Jo rejects him
    $800 17
Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt & Alfred E. Smith all held this political post
    $800 23
Blue Nun & Crown Of Crowns are 2 of the biggest producers of this famous German wine
    $800 8
You'll find San Marino, one of the world's smallest countries, in these mountains
    $800 12
In novels by Baroness Orczy, this colorful hero is really Sir Percy Blakeney
    $800 29
In 1967 she starred in this Shakespearean comedy with Richard Burton
    $1000 18
The Treaty of New Echota said these Indians would move west for $5 million & 7 million acres
    $1000 24
The Fino type of this wine is sometimes served chilled; the Oloroso, at room temperature
    $1000 9
Canada is a federation of 2 territories & this many provinces
    $1000 13
This 1922 novel by Hermann Hesse is based on the early life of Buddha
    $1000 27
In many U.S. jurisdictions, the M'Naghten rule is the test applied for this type of defense
    $1000 28
In this 1972 film she was Zee

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Luis Joel
$10,400 $2,500 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
During the 1920s the Progressive Party was headquartered in this capital

Final scores:

Barbara Luis Joel
$7,900 $101 $100
3-day champion: $27,700 2nd place: Berkline Sofa & Recliner 3rd place: Artisan House Lighted Pedestals

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barbara Luis Joel
$7,900 $2,500 $6,400
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
13 R,
3 W
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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