Show #2881 - Monday, February 24, 1997

Contestants

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Joan Friedman, a professor of accounting from Urbana, Illinois

Jim Fahner, a pediatric oncologist from Grand Rapids, Michigan

Greg Carbone, a customer service manager originally from Weston, Massachusetts

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Jeopardy! Round

ZOOLOGY
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
DANCE
SITCOMS
"KEY" WORDS & PHRASES
    $100 7
The peach type of this insect attacks peaches, plums & other fruit, but not clothing
    $100 12
This women's publication is known as LHJ for short
    $100 26
The New England Revolution's red, white & blue logo resembles one of these American symbols
    $100 19
Legend says Hi'iaka, sister of the goddess Pele, introduced this dance to Hawaii
    $100 6
Daniel Stern, as the adult Kevin Arnold, narrated this series set in the 1960s
    $100 1
A console on a piano or typewriter
    $200 8
The wolf type of this arachnid rides on its mother's back when it's a baby
    $200 13
This organization publishes Boys' Life
    $200 27
The excitement generated by this 1994 event was partially responsible for MLS being formed
    $200 20
It's the kind of hat traditionally tossed on the floor in the Jarube Tapatio, or Mexican Hat Dance
    $200 17
On this series CONTROL HQ was located underground at 123 Main Street in Washington, D.C.
    $200 2
Where partyers like to "pin the tail"
    $300 9
The nine-banded type of this mammal almost always gives birth to quadruplets of the same sex
    $300 14
This Gannett Company publication has been dubbed "McPaper"
    $300 28
In keeping with the Buccaneer theme of its football team, this area's MLS team is the Mutiny
    $300 21
Pablo Casals composed music for the Sardana, a dance of this country's Catalan people
    $300 18
"Georgia On My Mind" served as the theme song for this Delta Burke series
    $300 3
Mentioned in Pennsylvania's state nickname, it's the central topmost support of an arch
    $400 10
These marine animals of the phylum Porifera, which means pore-bearing, have no heads or internal organs
    $400 15
This British humor magazine founded in 1841 folded in 1992
    $400 29
MLS' debut season was televised on Univision & on this network & its offshoot "2"
    $400 22
This sitarist's older brother Uday created the ballet "Radha And Krishna" for Anna Pavlova
    $400 23
In 1967 Frances Bavier won an Emmy for playing this role on "The Andy Griffith Show"
    $400 4
It describes a schoolchild left unattended at home while the parents are working
    DD: $500 11
The agouti, about the size of a rabbit but related to the guinea pig, belongs to this order of mammals
    $500 16
Arthur Hays Sulzberger was publisher of this U.S. newspaper from 1935 to 1961
    $500 30
This "Melrose Place" actor won a spot on the L.A. Galaxy team
    $500 24
Casanova thought this dance performed by sailors was "lascivious"
    $500 25
On "Petticoat Junction", Homer Bedloe of the C.F.& W. Railroad tried to scrap this old locomotive
    $500 5
Thingamajig

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

Greg Jim Joan
$1,700 $1,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Jim Joan
$3,000 $3,200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHY
TOM CRUISE FILMS
ART
AMERICAN HISTORY
CONTEMPORARY AUTHORS
NICKNAMES
    $200 7
The Grampians, a part of this continent's Great Dividing Range, is also known by its Aboriginal name, Gariwerd
    $200 21
As producer, Tom accepted the task of bringing this TV spy series to the screen in a blockbuster film
    $200 1
Renaissance writers gave medieval architecture this barbarian name because they thought it ugly
    $200 16
On Aug. 5, 1884 the cornerstone of this landmark's pedestal was laid on Bedloe's Island
    $200 26
The New York Times Magazine has called him "King of the Techno-Thriller"
    $200 6
"Landslide Lyndon"
    $400 8
This African river enters the Mediterranean via 2 main branches: the Rosetta & the Damietta
    $400 22
Now a TV doctor, Anthony Edwards was Tom's fighter plane partner in this film
    $400 2
The roots of this kind of "expressionism" are seen in the works of Wassily Kandinsky
    $400 17
41 male passengers signed this document in Provincetown Harbor, November 11, 1620
    $400 27
In the late 1940s this "Princess Daisy" author worked as a fashion publicist in Paris
    $400 9
"Hero of Appomattox"
    $600 13
Located on the Danube, Linz is one of this country's major ports
    $600 23
Despite her initial objection, Anne Rice conceded that Tom did a good job in this film
    $600 3
Fathers of this modern style include Claes Oldenburg, George Segal & Roy Lichtenstein
    $600 18
On May 9, 1995 the Senate, by a vote of 98-0, confirmed John Deutch as director of this agency
    DD: $3,000 28
This author once had a newsletter devoted to him titled "Castle Rock"
    $600 10
Lincoln's adversary "The Little Giant"
    $800 14
Dragon's Mouth is a strait that separates Venezuela's Paria Peninsula from this Caribbean nation
    $800 24
Tom hustled pool as Paul Newman's protege in this 1986 film
    $800 4
Cezanne said, "Treat nature in terms of the cylinder," this shape & "the cone, all in perspective"
    $800 19
In 1769 he founded San Diego de Alcala, the first Franciscan mission in California
    $800 29
This "The Cradle Will Fall" author's first book was a biography of George Washington
    $800 11
Defense secretary "Cap The Knife"
    $1000 15
This world capital is the most populous city in the West Indies
    $1000 25
Tom turned on the Irish brogue for this 1992 film directed by Ron Howard
    DD: $1,000 5
This 20th century Spanish artist called his works "Hand-painted dream photographs"
    $1000 20
In 1975 200 U.S. Marines recaptured this merchant ship that had been seized by Cambodia
    $1000 30
The paperback release of his "The Apocalypse Watch" climbed the best seller charts in 1996
    $1000 12
"The Butcher of Lyon"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Jim Joan
$8,600 $8,800 $3,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

INVENTIONS
Introduced at the 1900 World's Fair in Paris, its name comes from Latin for "one that takes you up the ladder"

Final scores:

Greg Jim Joan
$8,613 $11,199 $6,400
2nd place: a Central American cruise New champion: $11,199 3rd place: a Panasonic Palmcorder camcorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Greg Jim Joan
$6,200 $8,800 $3,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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