Show #2865 - Friday, January 31, 1997

Contestants

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Joyce Sturgill, a remedial English teacher from Fort Pierce, Florida

Chris Borglum, an English professor from Altamonte Springs, Florida

Davia Worthen, a teacher's aide from Lafayette, Indiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,998)

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Jeopardy! Round

VALENTINE'S DAY
(that's coming up!)
TRANSPORTATION
FOREIGN SPORTS STARS
ANIMALS
PREGNANCY & CHILD CARE
DOUBLE "P" WORDS
(Alex: 2 "P"s in each correct response.)
    $100 22
On Feb. 14, 1985 the conservative Jewish movement announced its decision to accept women in this post
    $100 26
This 2-wheeled east Asian cart is pulled by a runner called a shafu
    $100 1
When this German beat Martina Navratilova in the 1987 French Open, she became its youngest champ to date
    $100 15
World Book says this type of bear has been seen on ice chunks as far south as the Gulf of St. Lawrence
    $100 17
Whether cloth or disposable, you'll need about 65 of these per week for baby's first year
    $100 7
Kukla or Ollie, but not Fran
    $200 16
He told the 20th Communist Party Congress Feb. 14, 1956 that war with capitalist imperialism was not inevitable
    $200 27
A 1935 act of Congress gave this agency, the ICC, authority over motor carriers & drivers
    $200 2
American baseball team with Dominican Ramon Martinez, South Korean Chan Ho Park & Japanese Hideo Nomo
    $200 14
The largest freshwater species of this reptile in the U.S. is the alligator snapper
    $200 18
Color in the term for an infant with a cyanotic complexion, often due to a heart defect
    $200 8
They blow in Flanders Fields
    $300 23
This partner of Bob Woodward was born Feb. 14, 1944 in Washington, D.C., the city that made him famous
    $300 28
In terms of total passengers, this London airport is the world's busiest outside the U.S.
    $300 3
This "Super Mario" from Canada is a Pittsburgh Penguin
    $300 6
The largest species of this American marsupial is the common or Virginia species
    $300 19
The epidural type of this lowers blood pressure during labor as well as removing sensation
    $300 9
Fancy "cuppa" coffee
    $400 24
New Mexico had been a state for almost 5 weeks when this neighbor joined the Union in 1912
    $400 29
In 1840 this line sent its first ship, the Britannia, across the Atlantic
    DD: $500 4
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
She went from Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine to the top of her sport: (figure skater)
    $400 12
This ground squirrel is distinguished from others by its striped face
    $400 20
In most cases the stump of this falls off painlessly when baby's about a week old
    $400 10
It "knocks but once" & Arkansas is the "Land Of" it
    $500 25
A young girl received the first dual transplant of the heart & this organ Feb. 14, 1984
    $500 30
In 1954 this city opened Canada's first subway
    $500 5
Born of Italian immigrant stock in Brazil, he's a 2-time Indy 500 winner
    $500 13
The largest & heaviest New World monkey, its characteristic roar can be heard for about 2 miles
    $500 21
This procedure used to get a picture of the developing baby is commonly called a scan
    $500 11
Raiment

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

Davia Chris Joyce
$1,500 $1,400 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Davia Chris Joyce
$2,600 $2,200 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

RUSSIAN WRITERS
STATE CAPITALS
THE OSCARS
MUSIC CLASS
THE 1980S
GLASS
    $200 26
He insisted "The Cherry Orchard" was "A comedy, in places even a farce"; some may disagree
    $200 28
From east to west, it extends 20 miles from Makapuu Point to Pearl Harbor
    $200 5
Even Daddy Warbucks couldn't buy this 1982 John Huston-directed musical an Oscar; it lost both nominations
    $200 14
An extended work in 3 or 4 movements, or the type of large orchestra that would play it
    $200 27
In April 1985 this company announced it was replacing its 99-year-old formula with a sweeter one
    $200 21
This type of glass is reinforced with plastic & molded into auto bodies & boat hulls
    $400 9
He completed "The Brothers Karamazov" shortly before his 1881 death in St. Petersburg
    $400 4
An annual tulip festival in this New York capital commemorates the city's Dutch heritage
    $400 6
Woody Allen was nominated for acting in, directing & writing this 1977 film; he won for the latter 2
    $400 15
On a musical score, a black rectangle on the underside of a staff line symbolizes this pause
    DD: $1,500 18
In 1984 he left Paramount to become chairman & chief executive of Walt Disney Productions
    $400 30
The first glass making plant in America was built at this Virginia settlement in 1608
    $600 1
Boris Pasternak's only novel, it was rejected by Soviet publishers for its critical approach to communism
    $600 11
In 1777 it replaced New Castle as the capital of Delaware
    $600 7
Greta Garbo was nominated for this, her first MGM sound film, based on a Eugene O'Neill play
    $600 16
If your sheet music features no sharps or flats, just a treble clef, this is the key
    $600 17
In 1986, after months of protest, this dictator fled Haiti & settled in France
    $600 24
This black glass named for its discoverer is formed by the high heat of a volcanic eruption
    $800 2
This "Gulag Archipelago" writer taught mathematics while in exile in central Asia
    DD: $1,000 12
It's said the Christo Rey Church in this capital is the largest adobe structure in the U.S.
    $800 8
Her supporting actress win for 1993's "The Piano" made her the 2nd-youngest winner of a competitive Oscar
    $800 22
On a piano it's sweeping a finger up the white keys; on a harp, drawing the finger across the strings
    $800 19
Government position held 1981-85 by David Stockman
    $800 25
This glassmaker & artist called his iridescent glass "Favrile Glass"
    $1000 3
He began his most famous work, "Eugene Onegin", in 1823 & completed it in 1831
    $1000 13
Franklin Pierce is buried in the Old North Cemetery in this capital city
    $1000 10
She won for her starring role in her first English language film, "The Rose Tattoo"
    $1000 23
The 3 basic components of music are melody, harmony & this
    $1000 20
Oscar Arias Sanchez, president of this Central American country, won the 1987 Nobel Peace Prize
    $1000 29
This glass making city on New York's Chemung River is often called the "Crystal City"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Davia Chris Joyce
$5,600 $3,500 $5,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CABINET
(Alex: Government cabinet.)
1 of 2 women who served in the cabinet for a total of 6 or more years

Final scores:

Davia Chris Joyce
$4,199 $1,000 $7,001
2nd place: a trip to Jamaica 3rd place: Hammerman rings New champion: $7,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Davia Chris Joyce
$5,300 $5,000 $5,100
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
18 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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