Show #2829 - Thursday, December 12, 1996

Contestants

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Stephen Gorin, an economist & software engineer from Oakland, California

Sandy Siegel, a writer from Playa Del Rey, California

Jeff Punim, a physician from Long Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

ARTS & CRAFTS
AUTHORS & THEIR WORKS
TELEVISION
HISTORY
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
    $100 16
This form of needlework uses a hooked needle to pull the yarn through intertwined loops
    $100 3
The Dict. of American Literary Characters lists "Great White Shark" from this 1974 Peter Benchley book
    $100 8
On Dec. 3, 1995 Marc Kudisch starred as Conrad Birdie in a remake of this musical
    $100 14
In 1982 this country's president Jose Lopez Portillo devalued the peso & nationalized the banks
    $100 1
This underwear manufacturer's New York Stock Exchange symbol is FTL
    $100 26
Moo juice
(4)
    $200 17
Pyrography or pokerwork is the process of making designs in wood or leather this way
    $200 5
Nordhoff & Hall's 1934 "Men Against the Sea", the story of Bligh & his men in an open boat, was a sequel to this
    $200 9
In a 1995 episode of this Fox animated series, Glenn Close played Homer's long-lost mother
    $200 15
On July 5, 1945 he announced that "The entire Philippine Islands are now liberated"
    $200 2
This company's beer is "Brewed in Golden, Colorado with Rocky Mountain water"
    $200 27
Pilgrims progressed on it
(9)
    $300 20
This design is pressed into paper by wires in the mold
    $300 6
Budd Schulberg based the alcoholic central character of "The Disenchanted" on this "Gatsby" author
    $300 11
The most frequent sketch on this series was "Mr. Bill" with 24 appearances
    $300 18
In 1815 the Congress of Vienna guaranteed this country's neutrality
    $300 4
In 1995 this firm released an upgraded version of its Newton messagepad, a hand-held computer
    $300 28
Elvisopolis
(7)
    $400 23
Used on watercolors, bookplates & documents, fraktur is a type of this stylized writing
    $400 12
This character from an 1865 work could vanish at will, with its grin the last part to disappear
    DD: $1,500 22
In 1985 he replaced Coach behind the bar at "Cheers"
    $400 19
Elizabeth Petrovna, the daughter of this czar, became empress of Russia in 1741
    $400 7
It owns the world's largest fleet of cargo delivery planes
    $500 25
On a cloisonne pin, this material is poured into hollows between wires soldered onto metal
    $500 13
Comedy writer Al Franken called his 1996 bestseller this man "Is a Big Fat Idiot"
    $500 24
On this cartoon series, you'll find such characters as Plucky Duck, Dizzy Devil & Buster Bunny
    $500 21
This country formerly known as Dutch Guiana gained independence in 1975
    $500 10
The Golden Gate Bridge was among the structures erected by this 2nd-largest American steel company

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

Jeff Sandy Stephen
$300 $400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Sandy Stephen
-$300 $900 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 104TH CONGRESS
SPORTS
WOMEN IN MYTHOLOGY
BIRDS
LANGUAGES
PLAYWRIGHTS
    $200 1
On Jan. 23, 1995 he signed the first bill passed by the 104th -- the Congressional Accountability Act
    $200 3
This school's Cornhuskers won the 1995 college football title by overwhelming Florida in the Fiesta Bowl
    $200 20
At the time of her abduction, she was married to Menelaus, the king of Sparta
    $200 26
The scientific name of this U.S. national symbol is haliaeetus leucocephalus
    $200 6
Brazilians have added words from African slaves & the Tupi Indians to this language
    $200 2
Discharged from the military in 1946, this "Odd Couple" author worked in the Warner Bros. mailroom
    $400 12
Democrats opposed to nuclear tests boycotted a speech by this French president
    $400 10
In 1980 the NHL's Atlanta Flames moved to this Canadian city
    $400 22
In book 12 of "The Odyssey", Circe warns of these women "who betwitch everybody who approaches them"
    $400 27
Lions & occasionally cheetahs & leopards prey on this largest living bird
    $400 9
Modern speakers of this Semitic language call it Ivrit
    $400 4
He claimed his comic masterpiece "Pygmalion" was a didactic play about phonetics
    $600 13
In a 1996 mail-in vote, Ron Wyden was elected to the Senate seat vacated by this Oregon politician
    $600 11
Technically, this NFL team is located in Orchard Park, New York
    DD: $1,000 23
The Parthenon was built in her honor
    $600 28
The hyacinth macaw is the largest of these birds of the family psittacidae
    $600 14
It's the official language of Bahrain
    $600 5
After this Czech denounced the Soviet invasion of his country in 1968, his plays were banned
    DD: $2,000 17
This New York Republican chaired the Senate Banking Committee & the special Whitewater panel
    $800 19
At the 1912 Olympics, King Gustav V of Sweden called him "The Greatest Athlete in the World"
    $800 24
Ariadne supplied Theseus with the ball of thread that led him out of this
    $800 29
Krill are the major prey of the Adelie species of this bird
    $800 15
Coptic was the last phase of this language whose 5,000-year recorded history is the longest known
    $800 7
Although his 1975 play "Seascape" had only a brief Broadway run, it won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama
    $1000 18
This constitutional amendment fell 1 vote short in the Senate March 2, 1995
    $1000 21
She holds the U.S. & world records in freestyle swimming at 400, 800 & 1500 meters
    $1000 25
Orpheus nearly saved her from the underworld, but he looked back & lost her forever
    $1000 30
The tiny vestigial wings of this New Zealand bird are hidden in its feathers
    $1000 16
It's the most widely spoken of the artificial languages
    $1000 8
This "Picnic" playwright's screenplay for "Splendor In The Grass" won a 1961 Oscar

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Sandy Stephen
$7,100 $5,900 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
The 2 men whose presidencies each began & ended during one calendar year

Final scores:

Jeff Sandy Stephen
$2,399 $3,400 $2,900
3rd place: Dorling Kindersley Gift Certificate for books New champion: $3,400 2nd place: Broyhill Home Theatre & Daewoo TV & VCR

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeff Sandy Stephen
$5,900 $5,500 $10,100
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
29 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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