Show #2624 - Thursday, January 18, 1996

Bill Dickenson game 3.

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Jack Ronner, an attorney from Oakland, California

Sandy Shapiro, an urban planning lawyer from Potomac, Maryland

Bill Dickenson, a college instructor from Richardson, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE WORLD
TELEVISION
DINING OUT
SCIENCE
POTPOURRI
HISTORY
    $100 8
The name of these South American mountains may be derived from anti, a Quechuan word for "east"
    $100 6
On the November 16, 1968 episode of "Get Smart", Maxwell Smart married her
    $100 16
This kind of bar may have iceberg or romaine, cold veggies & dressings on it
    $100 25
Among alkaloids found in plants, this stimulant is found in coffee or tea
    $100 21
One of this country's shekels can be broken down into 100 agorot
    $100 1
It became a U.S. territory in 1900 & was attacked 18 years before becoming a state
    $200 9
Women of India often drape the end of this wrapped garment over their heads
    $200 7
In 1990 Jimmy Smits won a Best Supporting Actor Emmy for his work on this NBC drama
    $200 17
At this type of restaurant you really dine out -- out in your automobile where you are served
    $200 26
You may not need a high IQ to know IQ stands for this
    $200 22
In the basic form of this game, each player gets a card with 5 horizontal rows of numbers from 1 to 75
    $200 2
From 1954 to 1969 he was president of North Vietnam
    $300 10
Almost all Bedouins in the Middle East speak this language
    $300 13
This series' Flub-A-Dub had the head of a duck & the body of a dachshund
    $300 18
You may be shown a tray for this course whose name is from the old French for "to clear the table"
    $300 27
Name for the process a caterpillar goes through to become a moth
    $300 23
Peau de soie, a textile with good drapability & body, is woven from this fiber
    $300 3
The U.S. arsenal at this Shenandoah Valley location was raided October 16, 1859
    $400 11
This grain is Laos' chief agricultural product
    $400 14
This Jane Wyman series was set in the fictitious Tuscany Valley in California
    $400 19
A trattoria usually specializes in this country's cuisine
    $400 28
When cocci live in pairs, they're called diplococci; in clusters, staphylococci; in chains, this
    $400 24
Lydia & Xenia are women's names derived from this language
    $400 4
Roman emperor, 117-138, he built walls in Germany as well as in Britain
    $500 12
Queen's University, 1 of the 2 universities in Northern Ireland, is in this capital city
    $500 15
In 1966 Alice Pearce won a posthumous Emmy for her role as neighbor Gladys Kravitz on this ABC sitcom
    $500 20
Rhyming name given to a lobster & steak combo
    DD: $700 29
Next in length on the scale of geological time: age, epoch, period, era...
    $500 30
The fad involving this type of radio followed the oil embargo of 1973-74
    $500 5
Mode of protest used by Emmeline Pankhurst & Mohandas Gandhi while in jail

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

Bill Sandy Jack
$1,700 $800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Sandy Jack
$1,600 $1,400 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY AMERICA
GARDENING
AUTHORS
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
SEAS
ON BROADWAY 1968
    $200 1
In April 1964, Ford introduced this new sporty car with a $2,368 sticker price
    $200 7
Hybrid perpetuals like the American Beauty were the main type of these in American gardens 1840-1880
    $200 17
During the Russo-Japanese War, this "Call of the Wild" author served as a reporter for Hearst
    $200 4
In July 1995 Ohio raised these; a passenger car traversing the state now pays $5.40, up from $4.80
    $200 22
2 island nations lie within this sea: Cyprus & Malta
    $200 8
He played Jimmy Shine on Broadway in 1968, the year after he played "The Graduate" on film
    $400 2
On July 5, 1975 this Hawaiian volcano erupted for the first time in over 26 years
    $400 18
This type of moss is most useful for growing acid-loving plants
    $400 27
As a youngster this "Billy Budd" author worked in his brother's fur store in Albany
    $400 9
In March 1995 she was removed from her South African cabinet post by her estranged husband
    $400 23
This sea was named for a warlike tribe of Indians that inhabited the Lesser Antilles
    $400 10
Herschel Bernardi played this title Greek in a musical based on a Nikos Kazantzakis book
    $600 3
On April 6, 1917 America entered World War I & this composer wrote "Over There"
    $600 19
The oscillating type of this irrigation device sprays back & forth in a rectangular pattern
    $600 28
In 1971 this novelist was named Dame Commander in the Order of the British Empire
    $600 14
In January 1995 this country's government knocked 4 zeroes off its zloty
    $600 24
The Scheldt River flows through Antwerp before emptying into this sea
    $600 11
On Broadway since 1964, this musical starred Pearl Bailey in the title role in 1968
    $800 5
In March 1925 this state passed a law banning the teaching of evolution in public schools
    $800 20
Scarification is a technique where hard-shelled ones of these are scratched to help them sprout
    $800 29
From 1846 to 1849, he was surveyor of the port of Salem, Mass.
    DD: $1,000 15
Heard here, it's the anthem of the European Union:
    $800 25
Vladivostok is the most important port on this north Pacific sea
    $800 12
James Earl Jones starred on the Great White Way in this drama set in the world of boxing
    $1000 6
He served in the House for 30 years before becoming FDR's first vice president in 1933
    $1000 21
Compared to a tree, this type of plant produces its branches near, at or below the soil surface
    $1000 30
Sherwood Anderson helped this Mississippi author publish his first novel, "Soldiers' Pay"
    $1000 16
Ex-Soviet republic ruled by Saparmurad Niyazov, who calls himself "Chief of the Turkmen"
    DD: $1,000 26
The world's largest inland body of water, its surface lies about 90 feet below sea level
    $1000 13
Based on the film "The Apartment", this Burt Bacharach-Hal David musical opened in December

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Sandy Jack
$7,600 $4,000 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MEDICAL FIRSTS
The death of Denise Darvall in a traffic accident permitted this historic December 3, 1967 event

Final scores:

Bill Sandy Jack
$11,601 $1 $7,599
3-day champion: $27,601 3rd place: an RCA DSS satellite system 2nd place: a dolphin sculpture + a wool rug

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Sandy Jack
$7,600 $3,800 $6,500
21 R,
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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