Show #2843 - Wednesday, January 1, 1997

Claudia Perry game 1.

Contestants

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Jody Hart, an engineer from San Clemente, California

Claudia Perry, a pop music critic from San Jose, California

Cindy Giddle, a community college professor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

NOTABLE WOMEN
MYTHOLOGY
BANDS OF THE '80S
THE KOREAN WAR
GUINNESS RECORDS
COMMON BONDS
    $100 12
This first lady & her husband were distant cousins; her father was Teddy Roosevelt's younger brother
    $100 10
The name of these creatures means "Round-Eyed"; they each had only one round eye
    $100 2
Icicle Works formed in this city more than 20 years after the Beatles
    $100 26
8,170 Americans who served in the Korean War are still listed as MIA, which stands for this
    $100 21
We cannot tell a lie: this president made the shortest inaugural speech, only 90 seconds
    $100 1
Joy,
broom,
pogo
    $200 13
Ding Ling, who wrote about independent, brave women, was one of this country's most popular authors
    $200 15
In Slavic myth, Svarozic, the god of fire, is the brother of Dazhbog, god of this heavenly body
    $200 5
This group got its name by combining the names of 2 bands: Hollywood Rose & L.A. Guns
    $200 27
One of the war's innovations was the use of these aircraft for observation & for evacuation of the wounded
    $200 22
Rosie the Ribiter, one of these amimals, leaped 21' 5 3/4" at the Calaveras County Jumping Jubilee in 1986
    $200 3
Pink,
cow,
Freudian
    $300 14
Eva Crane became interested in apiculture when she received a swarm of these as a wedding present
    $300 16
During the twilight of the gods, Odin is destined to be eaten by Fenris, one of these lupine animals
    $300 6
This Wham! singer's original name was Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou
    $300 28
These medical units located near the front lines were immortalized in a movie & a TV series
    $300 23
Harry Drake can say, "I shot" one of these "Into the air; it fell to Earth 2,047 yards & 2 inches away"
    $300 4
Blossom,
Free State,
pekoe tea
    $400 19
Grace Darling & her father, the keeper of one of these, saved 9 people from drowning in an 1838 shipwreck
    $400 17
A July 7 festival honoring this supreme Roman goddess featured a sham fight by maidservants
    $400 7
The Proclaimers hit the U.S. charts when "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" was featured in this Johnny Depp film
    $400 29
131 of these highest U.S. military awards for battlefield bravery were awarded in the Korean War
    $400 24
Barber Denny Rowe did this to 1,994 men in 60 minutes, drawing blood only 4 times
    $400 9
Book,
inch,
glow
    $500 20
It was the profession of Mrs. Siddons, the subject of one of Sir Joshua Reynolds' finest portraits
    $500 18
Fearing their vengeful wrath, the Greeks called them Eumenides, which means "The Kindly Ones"
    $500 8
Bobby Brown left this group in 1986 & was replaced by Johnny Gill
    DD: $1,000 30
The amphibious invasion of this port was officially designated Operation Chromite
    $500 25
Bill McDaniel accumulated 10,453 of these accessories; he probably got a lot of them on Father's Day
    $500 11
Spoon,
dollar,
Buffalo

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

Cindy Claudia Jody
$400 $2,300 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy Claudia Jody
$2,000 $4,300 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THEY ALSO RAN
PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS
COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
FOREST PRODUCTS
PEOPLE
SPEAKING HINDI
    $200 2
James G. Birney's 1844 Liberty Party was against this practice
    $200 1
The 1991 Tony Award for best play went to Neil Simon's "Lost In" this city
    $200 3
This country forms the northernmost part of the United Kingdom
    $200 21
Ecuador is the largest producer of this light wood whose name is Spanish for "raft"
    $200 16
This actor's brother-in-law Robert Shriver co-executive-produced his 1994 film "True Lies"
    $200 26
It's the Hindu prince next up in rank from a rajah
    $400 12
This anti-liquor party that goes back to 1869 ran Earl Dodge for president in 1992
    $400 4
It was Edward Albee's first full-length play, & his most famous
    $400 8
The Suez Canal divides the Asian & African portions of this country
    $400 22
This wood used for baseball bats & umbrella handles shares its name with the residue left from burning it
    $400 17
Elected governor of Arkansas in 1978, he was defeated for reelection but later won 4 consecutive terms
    $400 27
Physical & mental exercise system promoted by Lilias Folan on PBS
    $600 13
He was the 1968 presidential candidate of the American Independent Party
    $600 5
In an absurdist play by Ionesco, the inhabitants of a small town are transformed into these animals
    $600 9
The name of this country means "Bengal Nation"
    DD: $1,000 23
Pulp made from the Sitka variety of this tree makes good newsprint because of its whiteness
    $600 18
He skated a victory lap at the '94 Olympics holding his baby daughter Jane, named for his late sister
    $600 28
This bluish-black bird with a yellow beak is known for its mimicry of human speech
    $800 14
The Progressive Party ran this former FDR vice president in 1948
    $800 6
His play "Bus Stop" was revived on Broadway in 1996
    $800 10
In area & population, Bremen is this country's smallest state
    $800 24
The bark of the paper species of this tree was once used for canoes; its wood is now used for toothpicks
    $800 19
This novelist made a music video of his own song "The Madison County Waltz"; his wife played Francesca in it
    $800 29
It's a cylindrical clay oven used for baking bread & roasting meat
    $1000 15
While governor of South Carolina in 1948, he ran for president as a Dixiecrat
    $1000 7
He described his "Miss Julie" as the first naturalistic play in Scandinavian literature
    DD: $1,800 11
Skanderbeg Square in Tirane is named for this country's national hero
    $1000 25
Brandy & sherry are traditionally stored in barrels made of this wood
    $1000 20
This little girl born March 23, 1990 is the younger sister of Princess Beatrice of York
    $1000 30
It's clarified butter used in Indian cooking

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy Claudia Jody
$5,000 $9,300 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
In 1996, 7 years after giving up law, he returned to a Mississippi courtroom & won a case for an old client

Final scores:

Cindy Claudia Jody
$0 $10,101 $5,000
3rd place: Klipsch Rebel Speakers audio equipment New champion: $10,101 2nd place: Trip to Orlando, Florida/Disney World

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cindy Claudia Jody
$5,000 $10,300 $5,300
14 R,
3 W
24 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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