Show #2687 - Tuesday, April 16, 1996

Contestants

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Tom Kalita, a clergyman from Olney, Maryland

Ted Buyniski, a human resources consultant from Chester, New Jersey

Barbara Andrae, a travel consultant from Naperville, Illinois

Jeopardy! Round

BALLET
AWARDS
FAMOUS DOGS
WORLD BUSINESS
WAR
"P"s
    $100 21
Jerome Robbins played the comics role of Hermes in the 1942 ballet about this woman of Troy
    $100 14
In 1995 this first lady was among 4 women to win an Outstanding Mother of the Year award
    $100 10
In a 1966 song this canine took on the Red Baron
    $100 13
Dai-Ichi, this country's oldest bank, merged with Kangyo in 1971
    $100 3
In 1995 celebrations marked the 20th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, which ended this war
    $100 1
Originating in Roman times, it's the art of silent acting
    $200 24
The Russian title of this fairy tale ballet is "Zolushka"; the French title is "Cendrillon"
    $200 16
The first recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom were selected by this president in 1963
    $200 11
This bull terrier was Budweiser's party animal
    $200 15
Since 1959 more than 500 million examples of this toy created by Ruth Handler have been sold
    $200 5
The Rough Riders made their famous charge up Kettle Hill during this war
    $200 2
It's the trained technician who attends a patient in an ambulance
    $300 25
This Cubist designed the scenery for the 1919 ballet "The Three-Cornered Hat"
    $300 26
On a 1995 visit to South Africa, Queen Elizabeth awarded the Order of Merit to this leader
    $300 20
The famous quote "Arf" is from this comic strip dog
    $300 17
This company's Post-It Notes began when an employee wanted to mark pages in his hymnal
    $300 6
Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner" during this war
    $300 4
It's a tool used for grasping, or the grasping claw of a crab or lobster
    $400 28
At the beginning of Nijinsky's ballet "Jeux", one of these balls bounces onstage from an unseen court
    $400 27
In 1984 this U.S. author received a special Pulitzer for entertaining kids & their parents
    $400 22
Murray is Paul & Jamie Buchman's dog on this TV series
    $400 18
THis stout brewer founded in Ireland sells Johnnie Walker, the No. 1 brand of scotch
    $400 7
The last battle of these "floral" wars was fought at Bosworth Field in 1485
    $400 8
This brownish-purple color derives its name from the French word for "flea"
    $500 30
He choreographed ballets such as "Caprichos" before directing films like "The Turning Point" & "Footloose"
    DD: $1,000 29
The Margaret Sanger Award is presented annually by this organization
    $500 23
Better known by this name, Higgins, the dog on "Petticoat Junction" went on to a big movie career
    $500 19
Hoechst, Bayer & BASF are this country's big 3 chemical companies
    $500 9
In the Balkan Wars of 1912 & 1913, this empire lost nearly all of its European territories
    $500 12
It's a device used for measuring & drawing angles

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

Barbara Ted Tom
$900 $2,000 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Ted Tom
$1,700 $3,700 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

SOUTH AMERICAN CAPITALS
PEOPLE
GOURMET CUISINE
TRANSPORTATION
EXPLORERS
LITERATURE
    $200 1
The site of this capital was occupied by Quitu Indians before the 11th century
    $200 6
The surname of this Houston Rockets star means "Being on top" in Yoruba, his native language
    $200 15
Named for a dramatist, Eggs Sardou was created at Antoine's Restaurant in this Louisiana city
    $200 14
The USA's first of these with a double deck went into operation in 1905 in New York City
    $200 9
In 1813 this partner of Meriwether Lewis became governor of this Missouri Territory
    $400 2
This capital lies at the edge of the basin of Cundinamarca near the center of Colombia
    $400 7
This talk show host met his wife via e-mail & Justice Clarence Thomas married them
    $400 19
Caneton a la Montmorency is roast duckling with a sauce of these small red fruits
    $400 16
By the 5th century B.C. this horse-drawn, 2-wheeled carriage had been introduced into Britain
    $400 10
His expedition's 1519-1522 circumnavigation of the world was sponsored by Spain's King Charles I
    $600 3
In 1984 a skull found in the crypt of this city's cathedral was confirmed as Francisco Pizarro's
    $600 8
With 5, this female gymnast won the most medals of any U.S. athlete at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona
    $600 28
Some chefs garnish the mousse made from these freshwater crustaceans with sliced truffles
    $600 20
With more than 20 million passengers a year, this city's Pearson Int'l Airport is Canada's busiest
    $600 11
Wilson Price Hunt, an employee of his fur company, pioneered what became the Oregon Trail
    $600 27
Like his "Tropic" books, his trilogy "The Rosy Crucifixion" was banned from the U.S. for many years
    $800 4
Oscar Niemeyer designed the major structures in this planned capital city
    $800 17
In 1994 this anthropologist, son of 2 anthropologists, quit as director of the Kenya Wildlife Service
    $800 24
To make the Italian type of this fluffy topping, pour hot sugar syrup over stiffly beaten egg whites
    $800 21
This country's St. Gotthard Road is the world's longest auto tunnel at 10.1 miles in length
    $800 12
On Nov. 10, 1871 Henry Stanley met David Livingstone at the town of Ujiji on this lake
    DD: $1,000 26
"The Little Prince" was originally published in 1943 in this language
    $1000 5
The Pantheon of Heroes in this Paraguayan capital is modeled on Les Invalides in Paris
    DD: $2,000 18
He replaced Harry Blackmun on the Supreme Court
    $1000 23
This variety meat, they thymus gland or pancreas of an animal, may be braised, broiled or sauteed
    $1000 22
In 1831 this locomotive named for a New York governor became the first to run on the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad
    $1000 13
In 1906 this Norwegian reached Nome, completing a voyage through the Northwest Passage
    $1000 25
The "prize" in this Shirley Jackson short story is death by stoning

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Ted Tom
$6,900 $5,700 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE DEBUTS
Candice Bergen, Joanna Pettet, Kathleen Widdoes & Joan Hackett debuted as college alumnae in this 1966 film

Final scores:

Barbara Ted Tom
$11,401 $11,399 $10,900
New champion: $11,401 2nd place: Trip to Jamaica + computer Jeopardy! games 3rd place: Maurice Lacroix watches + computer Jeopardy! games

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barbara Ted Tom
$8,700 $5,700 $5,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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