Show #2750 - Friday, July 12, 1996

Contestants

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Peter Bliss, a reference librarian from Riverside, California

Kirstin Olsen, a freelance writer from Santa Clara, California

Stephen Lewis, a hotel owner from Calico Rock, Arkansas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

ALPHABETICALLY FIRST
JAPAN
ACTORS & THEIR ROLES
EXPLORERS
FASHION
CELEBRITY RHYME TIME
    $100 22
Among those quoted in Bartlett's, he's alphabetically first with "Who's on first..."
    $100 1
This art of skin decoration reaches a high artistic level in Japan
    $100 6
This "Jeopardy!" creator played himself in the 1969 movie comedy "Hello Down There"
    $100 11
After the Santa Maria ran aground in 1492, he used the salvaged lumber to build a fort
    $100 17
Like Bermudas, Jamaicas are these
    $100 16
Danza's little horses
    $200 23
Alphabetically, it's the first of NASA's 5 manned space programs
    $200 2
It's the term for one who has mastered the martial art called ninjutsu
    $200 7
When Jeff Bridges starred as this "Wild" westerner, Ellen Barkin was his Calamity Jane
    $200 12
Louis Antoine de Bougainville led the 1st expedition from this country to circumnavigate the globe
    $200 27
Traditionally, this men's skirt of the Scottish Highlands requires more than 7 yards of cloth
    $200 18
Holbrook's buddies
    $300 24
Alphabetically, it's the first of the 2-letter words for notes of the scale
    $300 3
These military dictators dominated Japan for most of the period between 1192 & 1867
    $300 8
"St. Elsewhere" star William Daniels played Dustin Hoffman's father in this 1967 Mike Nichols film
    $300 13
David Thompson was the 1st European to explore the length of this Oregon-Washington river
    $300 28
These silk items made by Hermes are often framed as wall hangings
    $300 19
Della's musical selections
    DD: $1,500 25
Serving from 1969-1986, he's alphabetically first among Chief Justices of the United States
    $400 4
The milieu of these traditional female entertainers is called the "flower and willow world"
    $400 9
Now a toy company VP Kathy Garver once played Buffy & Jody's sister Cissy on this TV series
    $400 14
Before conquering the Aztec Empire, he aided Diego Velasquez in the conquest of Cuba
    $400 29
Named for a Chinese official, it's a narrow, upright collar that doesn't quite meet in front
    $400 20
Streep's hazards
    $500 26
This European capital is alphabetically first among summer Olympic sites
    $500 5
When eating this raw fish & rice dish, dip the fish, not the rice, in soy sauce
    $500 10
You could call Jack Nicholson's role as this playwright in "Reds" a "Strange Interlude" in his career
    $500 15
In May 1926 Richard Byrd made the 1st flight over the North Pole, beating this Norwegian by 3 days
    $500 30
They're long gloves with flaring cuffs for women, or armor-covered gloves for knights
    $500 21
Kristofferson's osculations

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Stephen Kirstin Peter
$1,600 $1,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Kirstin Peter
$5,000 $2,700 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

MONSTERS
FAMOUS NAMES
LABOR
STATE CAPITALS
1885
20th CENTURY ARTISTS
    $200 7
A drug turns this man into the monster Hyde
    $200 19
In 1986 he became archbishop of Cape Town & head of the Anglican Church in South Africa
    $200 25
The full name of this union, the UAW, includes aerospace & agricultural implement workers
    $200 2
This New Jersey capital was one of the nation's foremost industrial centers in the mid-19th century
    $200 12
On March 14 this Gilbert & Sullivan operetta debuted in London, England, not Titipu, Japan
    $200 1
The attention accorded his "American Gothic" allowed him to charge over $1,000 a painting
    $400 8
Among the Chinese this reptilian monster is a symbol of good fortune
    $400 20
The Hellier & Tuscan were 2 of the finest violins made by this Italian
    $400 26
In 1978 this education union, the AFT, established a division for health care professionals
    $400 3
This Idaho capital contains the oldest synagogue still in use west of the Mississippi
    $400 13
In 1885 this city replaced T'ai-nan as administrative center of Taiwan
    $400 17
At the age of 12 this "Christina's World" painter illustrated an edition of "Robin Hood"
    $600 9
This poem tells of a Scandinavian prince who rids the Danes of the monster Grendel
    $600 21
This brother of an assassin gave his last performance April 4, 1891, playing Hamlet in Brooklyn
    $600 27
More than 1 million strong, AFSCME is the American Federation of State, County & these employees
    $600 4
This capital is located in a region long inhabited by the Houma & Bayou Goula Native American groups
    $600 14
He first used his rabies vaccine on Joseph Meister, a small boy who had been bitten by a dog
    $600 18
He produced the first album by the Velvet Underground & showed his films at their performances
    DD: $1,000 10
The Thebans made Oedipus king for ridding them of this monster
    $800 23
In 1881 this Christian Science leader founded the Massachusetts Metaphysical College
    $800 5
The growth of this capital was stimulated by the discovery of the Comstock Lode, 15 miles away
    $800 15
This Amsterdam museum opened officially July 13 in a structure designed by P.J.H. Cuypers
    $800 28
Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein taught at this New Jersey state university from 1960 to 1963
    $1000 11
Krishna, the 8th avatar of this god, slew or defeated scores of evil demons & monsters
    $1000 22
This husband & wife who wrote "The Story of Civilization" died within 2 weeks of each other in 1981
    $1000 24
This man was head of the AFL-CIO from its merger in 1955 until he retired in 1979
    DD: $1,800 6
Nellie Tayloe Ross, the first woman governor, occupied the governor's mansion in this city
    $1000 16
In 1885 this "Old Ironsides" poet published a biography of Ralph Waldo Emerson

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Kirstin Peter
$9,200 $7,900 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MYSTERY WRITERS
Mystery writer whose first book was an autobiography, "The Sport of Queens"

Final scores:

Stephen Kirstin Peter
$2,400 $9,201 $9,199
3rd place: Aiwa digital mini system + John Williams CD Summon Heroes New champion: $9,201 2nd place: trip to Jamaica & stay at Swept Away Resort + John Williams CD Summon Heroes

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stephen Kirstin Peter
$7,300 $7,900 $4,400
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
21 R,
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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