Show #2847 - Tuesday, January 7, 1997

Claudia Perry game 5.

Contestants

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David Charlton, Jr., a college student from Port Charlotte, Florida

Steve Dhuey, a book editor from Madison, Wisconsin

Claudia Perry, a pop music critic from San Jose, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $45,303)

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Jeopardy! Round

SINGERS & THEIR FILMS
SCIENCE & NATURE
ETIQUETTE
CORPORATE AMERICA
EGYPTIAN MYTHOLOGY
CROSSWORD CLUES "P"
    $100 1
At age 9 she was "Zadorable" as a Martian child in 1964's "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians"
    $100 26
This basic state of matter has no fixed volume or fixed shape
    $100 20
On rainy days, be careful not to poke other people with the point of this device
    $100 10
While Alco Standard distributes paper products, ALCOA is known for products made of this material
    $100 3
Many of these lion-bodied statues were found in ancient Egypt; the most famous is at Giza
    $100 8
Dance or dot
(5)
    $200 2
He eased on down the road with his mentor Diana Ross when he played the Scarecrow in "The Wiz"
    $200 27
In a rainbow this color appears between blue & violet
    $200 21
It's a charming custom to give each guest at a wedding reception a slice of this in a white box
    $200 11
In 1995 this fast food division of Pepsico, Inc. introduced a "stuffed crust" product
    $200 7
Though depicted with the head of a cow, Hathor is a goddess of beauty equated with this Greek goddess
    $200 9
Peter's pepper
(7)
    $300 4
She was "Divine" as the voice of a French poodle named Georgette in the Disney film "Oliver & Company"
    $300 28
North American types of this bird include Montezuma, mountain & bobwhite
    $300 22
French for "good trip", it's the kind of party you throw for someone leaving on a cruise
    $300 12
This bookstore chain founded by Larry Hoyt in 1933 was named for an inspirational pond
    $300 17
Thoth is a moon god associated with this large, robust monkey
    $300 15
Steeler city
(10)
    $400 5
We hope this singer got some "Satisfaction" when he starred as the famous Australian outlaw "Ned Kelly"
    $400 29
In 1928 physicist Walther Muller helped this man improve his radiation detector
    $400 23
The "high" form of this meal should feature sturdy food such as eggs rather than dainty little sandwiches
    $400 13
This media company's NYSE symbol is TWX
    $400 18
Egyptians studied The Book Of The Dead to help them get past this presiding god into paradise
    $400 16
Left on board
(4)
    $500 6
He appeared in "Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea" before he hit the beach with Annette Funicello
    $500 30
Photosynthesis takes place in these specialized structures in the cells of plants
    $500 24
Swedes toast each other with this word derived from Old Norse for "bowl"
    DD: $500 14
Named for the Mississippi area it served, this airline began in 1924 as a crop-dusting service
    $500 25
Thor Heyerdahl's 1969 & 1970 expeditions to cross the Atlantic in reed boats were named after this god
    $500 19
Czech out this beer
(7)

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Claudia Steve David
$500 $600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Claudia Steve David
$3,200 $1,700 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE FROM CONNECTICUT
SHAKESPEARE
BAYS
TENNIS
COURT APPOINTEES
20TH CENTURY AUTHORS
    $200 12
This writer was the daughter of liberal clergyman Lyman Beecher
    $200 1
The shortest of the tragedies, it may have been written to appeal to James I's interest in witchcraft
    $200 11
This Maryland-Virginia bay varies between 4 & 40 miles in width
    $200 26
Flat, topspin & slice are the 3 basic types of this first shot
    $200 20
James I created this post, M.C. for short, to have someone in charge of the formalities of public functions
    $200 3
Like "Presumed Innocent", his novel "Burden Of Proof" is set in fictional Kindle County
    $400 16
This showman's first attraction was Joice Heth, a slave presented as George Washington's former nurse
    $400 2
This jester makes an appearance in the last act of "Hamlet" when a gravedigger uncovers his skull
    $400 13
In 1983 artist Christo wrapped islands in this southern Florida bay with pink plastic
    $400 27
She was the No. 1 ranked player in Czechoslovakia 1972-75
    $400 21
In 1915 many high officials in the Russian court were incompetents chosen by this "Mad Monk"
    $400 5
This "Ragtime" author's initials stand for Edgar Laurence
    $600 17
His "Blue-Backed Speller", issued in 1783, is still in print in revised form
    $600 4
His youngest daughter, Cordelia, shares his stubbornness & refuses to flatter him like her sisters
    $600 14
The ruins of Pompeii are on the eastern shore of this bay
    $600 28
The International Lawn Tennis Challenge trophy is better known as this, for the man who established it
    $600 22
The first to hold this lifetime appointment in England was John Dryden in 1668
    $600 6
His WWII imprisonment in a Dresden slaughterhouse inspired "Slaughterhouse-Five"
    $800 18
In 1901 this Hartford-born financier organized U.S. Steel, the largest corp. in the world
    $800 8
"As You Like It" is set in part in this forest
    $800 15
The eastern coast of this bay has many good ports, including Sittwe, Myanmar
    $800 29
Chris Evert retired as a pro in 1989 & this 13-year-old girl trained by Chris' father turned pro in 1990
    $800 24
In 1830 this British dandy was appointed British consul at Caen
    $800 7
In his 1st book, "The Boo", Pat Conroy wrote about this South Carolina military academy, his alma mater
    $1000 19
This "Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God" preacher was valedictorian of his class at Yale
    DD: $2,700 9
Act IV, Scene 1 of this play takes place in the English camp at Agincourt
    $1000 23
Chaleur Bay separates New Brunswick from the Gaspe Peninsula of this province
    DD: $2,000 30
To accomplish a Grand Slam, you have to win certain tournaments in these 4 countries
    $1000 25
A year after discovering Uranus, he was appointed private astronomer to King George III
    $1000 10
"Letting Go" was the 1st full-length novel by this author of "Goodbye, Columbus"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Claudia Steve David
$5,600 $2,100 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
His brother Jonathan lost his life in 1976 leading the raid on Entebbe

Final scores:

Claudia Steve David
$599 $4,100 $1
2nd place: Trip to Madrid, Spain New champion: $4,100 3rd place: Oneida Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Claudia Steve David
$6,100 $2,100 $4,900
21 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
5 W
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,100

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