Show #2854 - Thursday, January 16, 1997

Paul Gutowski game 5.

Contestants

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Chris Kahn, a personal trainer from Los Angeles, California

Heidi Shultz, a librarian assistant from Rockford, Illinois

Paul Gutowski, a substance abuse counselor from Rockford, Illinois (whose 4-day cash winnings total $35,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

MEDICINAL PLANTS
EXPLORERS
ROCK MUSIC
LAKES
ITALIAN WORDS & PHRASES
OOPS!
(all about mistakes)
    $100 11
During the Civil War blockade, Southerners used dogwood bark tea instead of quinine in treating this
    $100 2
Arctic explorer Sir John Franklin served on a British ship that attacked New Orleans during this war
    $100 1
Although his 1974 hit "Bennie And The Jets" hit No. 1 in the U.S., it only reached No. 37 in the U.K.
    $100 4
Guatemala's scenic Lake Atitlan is surrounded by inactive ones of these
    $100 8
Maggio is the Italian name for this month
    $100 15
In 1970 the Oregon Highway Division blew up a beached one of these mammals & damaged a car 1/4 mile away
    $200 27
Oil from this pickle "weed" is a folk remedy for infant colic
    $200 3
This first American to orbit the Earth shot down 3 MIGs during the Korean War
    DD: $500 5
Group heard here, they were originally known as the Detours:
    $200 7
Leech Lake in Minnesota is the largest of this river's headwater lakes
    $200 21
Italians call this metal argento
    $200 17
After a photo finish of this 1996 horse race, ABC went to commercial & missed the winner being announced
    $300 28
In years past a "plaster" containing the oil of this plant was applied for severe chest colds
    $300 13
After a $10 airplane ride, she hired Neta Snook to teach her to fly
    $300 6
Her No. 1 hit "Take A Bow" was one of the singles released from her "Bedtime Stories" album
    $300 10
Lake Constance lies on the border of Austria, Switzerland & this country
    $300 22
Italian weather terms include la pioggia -- rain -- & il vento -- this
    $300 18
In 1542 Jacques Cartier returned to France with fool's gold & quartz, thinking them real gold & these gems
    $400 29
This plant that gives beer its pleasantly bitter taste is valued by herbalists as a sedative
    $400 14
Paul du Chaillu, who made 2 trips to Gabon, was the first westerner to write about this great ape
    $400 9
This group's 1972 hit "Take It Easy" was written by group member Glenn Frey & Jackson Browne
    $400 23
Seneca Lake, one of these New York lakes, exceeds 600 feet in depth
    $400 26
Eye drops are delle gocce per gliocchi & these drops are delle gocce per le orecchie
    $400 19
A Casper, Wyoming game & fish display to stop this crime had 3 sets of trophy antlers stolen from it
    $500 30
Many keep a pot of this succulent member of the lily family in the kitchen to treat minor burns
    $500 16
He made the 2nd voyage around the world
    $500 12
Three Dog Night made this Hoyt Axton tune the No. 1 song of 1971
    $500 24
The capacity of this artificial lake 15 miles east of Las Vegas is 38.3 billion cubic meters
    $500 25
The laundromat is la lavanderia automatica & this kind of establishment is la lavanderia a secco
    $500 20
An outcry led the Post Office to reconsider issuing a 1995 stamp showing this WWII event

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

Paul Heidi Chris
$1,600 $500 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Heidi Chris
$3,900 $2,900 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRIESTS
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
PLAYS
1995
CHILDREN'S BOOKS & AUTHORS
ADJECTIVES
(think back to those days when you were in school!)
    $200 5
It's a monk or priest of Tibetan Buddhism, whose spiritual leader is the Dalai
    $200 7
About a third of this state lies north of the Arctic Circle
    $200 11
This musical opens as Miguel de Cervantes is thrown into a dungeon for crimes against the church
    $200 1
The earliest known fossil of one of these was found in Arizona; it "croaked" about 200 million years ago
    $200 2
Theodor Geisel, better known by this pseudonym, wrote "I Wish That I Had Duck Feet" under the name Theo. LeSieg
    $200 4
From the Latin for "horse", this 6-letter adjective means pertaining to or resembling a horse
    $400 6
It can mean a priest of Haitian folk religion or the religion itself
    $400 8
Indiana's 2nd-largest city is on the site of this stockade built in 1794 & named for a "mad" general
    $400 12
When this play premiered on Broadway in 1963, Joan Tetzel played the role of Nurse Ratched
    $400 17
In January 1995, for the first time in 40 years, this party controlled both the U.S. House & the Senate
    $400 3
7 years after creating Stuart Little, E.B. White spun this tale about a spider
    $400 24
Antediluvian means "before" this event described in Genesis 7 & 8
    $600 16
A tohunga is a priest of these New Zealanders
    $600 9
This region of South Dakota & Wyoming has the largest gold mine in the U.S.
    $600 13
Rostand play in which Roxane says, "I loved but once, yet twice I lose my love"
    $600 18
On July 12 the FDA said this is a drug that should be regulated
    $600 14
Johnny Gruelle created his stories about this pair of dolls to entertain his sickly daughter Marcella
    $600 27
Burly, like a certain sled dog
    $800 19
The priestly upper caste of the ancient Celts, they often held ceremonies in oak groves
    $800 10
This mountain range extends about 400 miles from near the Mojave Desert to the Feather River
    $800 21
This Eugene O'Neill trilogy consists of "Homecoming", "The Hunted" & "The Haunted"
    DD: $3,200 23
In South Africa's first non-racial local elections, this party received 66% of the vote
    $800 26
"The Moon Lady" was the first children's book by this author of "The Joy Luck Club"
    $800 28
Fancy-free, as in the title of a Kevin Bacon-Lori Singer film
    $1000 20
It's the priestly class of Hinduism
    DD: $1,500 15
The Cape Fear River, one of this state's longest, is formed by the Deep & Haw Rivers
    $1000 22
Later a movie, this play starring Judy Holliday was the first written by Garson Kanin
    $1000 25
In July she married Daniel Ducruet, her former bodyguard & father of her 2 children
    $1000 29
It's the first adjective in the poem "The Raven"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Heidi Chris
$11,000 $3,900 $7,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FOREIGN FILMS
With 6, this 1981 German film holds the record for most Oscar nominations for a foreign-language film

Final scores:

Paul Heidi Chris
$15,801 $7,400 $0
5-day champion: $51,301 2nd place: Ski trip to Smugglers Notch, Vermont 3rd place: Vivitar Zoom Camera & Binoculars

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Heidi Chris
$10,200 $3,900 $5,500
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
18 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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