Show #2889 - Thursday, March 6, 1997

Contestants

Timothy Hsieh, a physician from Elk Grove, California

Jenna Jackson, a writer & consultant from El Cerrito, California

Jim Diggins, a legal editor from South Euclid, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $19,901)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1910s
POP MUSIC
HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS
SPORTS
MEAT
THE STARS
    $100 16
On December 10, 1915 this automaker's one millionth car rolled off the assembly line in Detroit
    $100 7
Pink Floyd & the Velvet Underground were inducted into this at a January 1996 ceremony
    $100 21
In Idaho this overland pioneer trail roughly followed the Snake River
    $100 1
In 1957 this Cleveland team's Lou Groza became the first to lead the NFL in scoring without a touchdown
    $100 3
This constellation abbreviated Sgr is best seen in August
    $200 17
In 1916 this company introduced its All-Bran cereal as a source of dietary fiber
    $200 8
This Miss America had a 1995 hit with "Colors of the Wind"
    $200 22
Part of this road was explored by Thomas Walker 19 years before Daniel Boone's 1769 explorations
    $200 2
Fielding positions in this British game include wicketkeeper, square leg & gully
    $200 29
This term for deer meat also applies to meat from caribou, antelope & reindeer
    $200 12
Among the horse constellations in the sky are one with a horn, the unicorn & this one with wings
    $300 18
In the 1912 Olympics he won the decathlon with a then-record 8,412 points
    $300 9
Born David Thomsett, this British-born singer sang for Blood, Sweat & Tears under this name
    $300 26
Begun in 312 B.C., it was known in Antiquity as the "Queen of Roads"
    $300 4
In 1995 the NHL's Quebec Nordiques moved to this city & became the Colorado Avalanche
    $300 23
To make steak au poivre, cover your meat with this seasoning before broiling or sauteeing
    $300 13
The star Spica marks a stalk of wheat in this maiden's hand
    $400 19
On May 13, 1917 3 children reported a vision of the Virgin Mary near this Portuguese city
    $400 10
These 2 singers, with 4 first names between them, had the 1991 No. 1 hit "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me"
    $400 27
This highway links 17 Latin American capitals
    $400 5
This Houston Rockets center won the NBA's Most Valuable Player award in 1994
    $400 24
Back bacon is also known by this geographic name
    $400 14
Seen between the stars of Orion's sword is M42, one of these clouds of hydrogen gas
    $500 20
With the October 1911 death of this man, Frank Cobb became the editor of the New York World newspaper
    $500 11
He's been paired musically with Roberta Flack, Celine Dion, Regina Belle & Kenny G on top 40 hits
    $500 28
During WWII, the Stilwell Road served as an alternate route for this Asian road occupied by the Japanese
    $500 6
With 30 tournament wins, Lisa Wagner is the women's career leader in this sport
    $500 25
This dish of beef, onions, & mushrooms in a sour cream sauce is named for a 19th century Russian diplomat
    DD: $600 15
The Beehive Cluster is on this zodiac constellation's carapace

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

Jim Jenna Timothy
$1,300 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Jenna Timothy
$2,800 $1,200 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
HISTORIC NAMES
DRUGS
LANGUAGES
'60S BESTSELLERS
THE STARS
(and in this case, these are not the stars in the sky, but they are the stars in the entertainment industry)
    $200 5
At least 3 1/2 miles of skyways link the downtown buildings of this Minnesota capital
    $200 12
In 1891 this ex-chancellor of Germany was elected to the Reichstag
    $200 2
Studies show Lovastatin can reduce the level of this fatlike substance by 18-34%
    $200 21
In Hanoi the Romanized writing system of this language is called Quoc Ngu
    $200 30
It includes the line, "I'll make him an offer he can't refuse"
    $200 1
This "Seinfeld" co-star was born Jay Greenspan
    $400 6
Boeing's military airplane division is in this Kansas city, home to Cessna & Glen Campbell's lineman
    $400 13
In 1529 this conqueror of the Aztecs was made Marques Del Valle de Oaxaca by Charles V
    $400 3
Corticosteroids are associated with this condition characterized by reduced bone mass
    $400 22
It's Panama's official language
    $400 29
002 of his '60s bestsellers were "You Only Live Twice" in 1964 & "The Man With The Golden Gun" in 1965
    $400 17
She has a baker's dozen of kids, including Seamus, Moses & Soon-Yi
    $600 7
St. Petersburg is home to Florida's annual tournament in this game popular on shipdecks
    $600 14
On his post-Boer War lecture tour, this future British prime minister was once introduced by Mark Twain
    $600 4
Recombinant alpha interferon has proved effective in chronic cases of the C type of this liver inflammation
    $600 23
In Kenya, Parliamentary bills are drafted in both Swahili & this language
    $600 26
For many years Guinness cited this Jacqueline Susann book as the bestselling novel of all time
    DD: $1,000 18
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
Actor seen here in his Oscar-winning role
    $800 8
This city in the center of the Valley of the Sun is home to the Arizona Hall of Fame Museum
    DD: $2,000 15
The father of this U.N. Secretary-General was Sweden's prime minister 1914-17
    $800 10
Now sold over the counter, Rogaine is the brand name of this thinning hair remedy
    $800 24
Kyrgyz, Kyrgyzstan's official language, is written using this alphabet
    $800 27
This Irving Stone book about Michelangelo was the fiction bestseller of 1961
    $800 19
He met his wife Kelly Preston in 1987 when they filmed "The Experts"
    $1000 9
This Montana city was founded in 1882 by the Northern Pacific Railroad & named for its president
    $1000 16
This Dutch humanist's 1524 work "On Free Will" was an attack on Martin Luther
    $1000 11
Salvarsan, Dr. Ehrlich's treatment for this disease, contained arsenic
    $1000 25
This language of Jesus is still spoken in some Syrian villages
    $1000 28
His book "The Confessions of Nat Turner" earned him a Pulitzer Prize
    $1000 20
This star bought the island of Teti'aroa which he'd seen while filming a 1962 motion picture

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Jenna Timothy
$6,400 $7,400 $5,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS WOMEN
She worked as a model, caterer, cooking columnist & food stylist before starting her own magazine in 1990

Final scores:

Jim Jenna Timothy
$11,801 $12,801 $7,501
2nd place: Ashley Dining Furniture & Amana Range New champion: $12,801 3rd place: Daewoo Color TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Jenna Timothy
$6,400 $7,800 $5,900
20 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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