Show #2862 - Tuesday, January 28, 1997

Contestants

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Amy Loerch Strumolo, a freelance editor and writer from Beverly Hills, Michigan

Fred Walker, a real estate broker from Oak Park, Illinois

Bob Combs, an investigator from Athens, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL PEOPLE
SPORTS STARS
FASHION
ANATOMY
HOMES
ANAGRAMS
(we'll test your word power)
    $100 19
He said he would not believe in Jesus' resurrection until he saw the nail holes in his hands
    $100 1
His rap album "Shaq Diesel" sold over a million copies
    $100 26
Originally called the Portland Knitting Co., Jantzen introduced its stretch knit one of these in 1913
    $100 6
Rhin-- or rhino-- at the beginning of a word indicates this body part is involved
    $100 14
George Washington's father called it The Little Hunting Creek Plantation
    $100 7
Silas does this on his boat every weekend
    $200 21
The Lord told him & his men to walk around Jericho once a day for 6 days
    $200 2
On March 23, 1996 this 15-year-old American won the women's world figure skating title in Edmonton, Alberta
    $200 27
In the '60s model Twiggy wore 3 rows of false ones
    $200 12
A sprain of this joint between the talus & tibia is one of the most common injuries
    $200 15
This aviator's house in Little Falls, Minn. was the family home when his father served in Congress
    $200 8
I need a glass of this soft drink after I've been at bat
    $300 22
This oldest son of Noah was the ancestor of the Semites
    $300 3
This American tennis star's father was an Olympic boxer for Iran
    $300 28
Nearly knee-length shorts were designed to skirt this island's 1930s ban on women's short shorts
    $300 13
Name shared by the joints of the skull & a surgical "stitch"
    $300 16
In 1919 this publisher began building the castle he called "La Casa Grande"
    $300 9
Olaf eats this amount of bread every day
    $400 23
The headquarters of this Roman governor of Judea was at Caesarea rather than at Jerusalem
    $400 4
In 1995 this Cleveland slugger led the American League in home runs, RBIs, runs, doubles & total bases
    $400 29
In 1980 this daughter of a famous artist created a jewelry collection for Tiffany & Co.
    $400 20
All 20 deciduous ones usually erupt by age 3
    $400 17
This Chicago mansion rented by Jane Addams in 1889 was named for its builder
    $400 10
Della lost this utensil, so she had trouble stirring the soup
    DD: $500 24
Jesus said of this disciple in John 1:42, "Thou shalt be called Cephas"
    $500 5
In 1992 George Bush presented this stock car racer with the Presidential Medal of Freedom
    $500 30
U.S. trademark No. 418 belongs to this company whose grape & apple logo was first put on bolts of muslin
    $500 25
These glands atop each kidney are composed of 2 parts, each with a different composition & function
    $500 18
Richard Morris Hunt designed this 70-room Rhode Island summer home for Cornelius Vanderbilt II
    $500 11
This room might be at the end of a house

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

Bob Fred Amy
$1,400 $900 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Fred Amy
$2,100 $2,300 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC DOCUMENTS
OPERA
ISLANDS
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
1989 BOOKS
HE WAS IN THAT?
    $200 2
Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury, influenced the writing of this "great charter" of liberties
    $200 15
"Djamileh" is a comic opera by this composer of "Carmen"
    $200 1
At 12,139 feet, Mount Gunnbjorn is the highest point on this, the world's largest island
    $200 22
"Anchors Aweigh" was written for this military academy's class of 1907
    $200 17
J.K. Lasser's guide to preparing & filing this was a 1989 bestseller
    $200 9
James Woods played Barbra Streisand's college pal in this 1973 film that co-starred Robert Redford
    $400 3
Senate approval of the treaty to buy this area in 1867 may have been accomplished by Russian bribery
    $400 27
Douglas Moore's 1951 opera "Giants In" this is an adaptation of the novel by Ole E. Rolvaag
    $400 4
The name of this Michigan resort island is Chippewa for "great spirits" or "great turtle"
    $400 23
Although it now has 3 campuses, the original is in Tuscaloosa
    $400 18
His collection "We Are Still Married" included poems & fictional sketches relating to Lake Wobegon
    $400 10
In 1950 he was starring in "Dragnet" on radio when he played Artie Green in "Sunset Boulevard"
    $600 6
This legislation, officially the Servicemen's Readjustment Act, provided subsidies for college
    $600 28
This oratorio composer's 1735 opera "Ariodante" is based on "Orlando Furioso"
    DD: $500 5
In 1609, Henry Hudson named this least populous NYC borough for the Dutch legislature
    $600 24
This Washington, D.C. school is the oldest Roman Catholic & Jesuit university in the U.S.
    $600 19
Mickey Spillane's "The Killing Man" was the 12th novel featuring this private eye
    $600 11
Jack Nicholson appeared as a gangster named Gino in this 1967 film set in part on February 14, 1929
    $800 12
This country's prime minister & 10 provincial premiers signed the controversial Meech Lake Accord in 1987
    $800 29
"Der Rosenkavalier" takes place in Vienna during the reign of this archduchess
    $800 7
Palma, the capital of Spain's Balearic Islands, lies on this largest island of the group
    $800 25
The library at this Pasadena school is named for physicist Robert A. Millikan
    $800 20
This prolific authoress gave the world "Star" & "Daddy"
    $800 14
As a child Robert Blake played a Mexican boy in this Bogart classic directed by John Huston
    $1000 13
The 1935 laws that deprived Jews of German citizenship were named for this city where they were decreed
    $1000 30
This "Turandot" composer's opera "Sister Angelica" is set in a convent & has an all-female cast
    $1000 8
About 80% of Japan's butter & cheese is produced on this northernmost of its 4 main islands
    DD: $2,500 26
The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at this college in Poughkeepsie has prints by Rembrandt
    $1000 21
Mobster Dutch Schultz is a character in this novel by E.L. Doctorow
    $1000 16
Peter Graves played the father of the children terrorized by preacher Robert Mitchum in this 1955 thriller

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Fred Amy
$7,300 $5,600 $6,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL PARKS
Royal Palm State Park was incorporated into this national park when it was created in 1947

Final scores:

Bob Fred Amy
$12,001 $7,800 $500
2-day champion: $22,701 2nd place: Trip to the Canary Islands 3rd place: Pinseeker Golf Clubs

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Fred Amy
$7,300 $8,100 $6,100
21 R,
2 W
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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