Show #2996 - Monday, September 15, 1997

Pam Mifflin game 2.

Contestants

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Carl Bryant, a correction officer originally from Manchester, England

Margaret Walsh, a children's librarian from Danbury, Connecticut

Pam Mifflin, a computer trainer from Brookfield, Wisconsin (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
CELEBRITY ASTROLOGY
U.S. COINS
ANNUAL EVENTS
LIONS, TIGERS & BEARS
OH "MI"
    $100 6
This expensive treat may be the eggs of the north Atlantic lumpfish; read the label!
    $100 1
Little Richard & Rich Little were both born under this sign of the archer
    $100 18
The design of the Franklin half dollar includes a deliberate crack in this object
    $100 9
In October Waynesville, Ohio hosts a 2-day festival devoted to this fermented cabbage dish
    $100 24
Of the males of the 3, the one that can weigh the most
    $100 14
Math sign that looks like a hyphen
    $200 7
Of the Earth's oceans, the Atlantic ranks here in size
    $200 2
People born under this fishy sign, like Tommy Tune, are often slim & make excellent dancers
    $200 19
The face value of the 1-ounce gold American Eagle is $50; this is the face value of the 1/10-ounce
    $200 10
In mid-July this Maine capital celebrates its Franco-American heritage with Le Festival de la Bastille
    $200 25
The 2 you'd find naturally in Siberia
    $200 15
2 Samuel 1:25 proclaims "How" have they "fallen in the midst of the battle!"
    $300 8
In 1932 she crossed the Atlantic alone in 13 hours, 30 minutes
    $300 3
David Copperfield & Claudia Schiffer must have a lot in common; they share this "maidenly" sign
    $300 20
The figure on a Mercury dime is actually Liberty wearing these on her head, like Mercury
    $300 11
Each summer Bridgeport, Connecticut holds a festival honoring this circus showman
    $300 26
The 2 that are digitigrade toe-walkers, as opposed to plantigrade, like humans
    $300 23
The process of a cell with 46 chromosomes spilitting into 2 cells, each also with 46 chromosomes
    $400 16
In July 1866 one of these was laid across the Atlantic by the Great Eastern Steamer
    $400 4
Roger Ebert is a Gemini & this partner is an Aquarius; hmmm, their signs are supposed to be compatible
    $400 21
On the back of some of the Denver Mint's 1937 nickels, this animal is missing a leg
    $400 12
Many Mexican-Americans celebrate this day on when Mexico defeated France at the Battle of Puebla
    $400 27
This city's Herald was founded in 1910
    $500 17
This "sea" that lies between the Azores & the West Indies is named for the brown gulfweed floating in it
    $500 5
Sissy Spacek was born on Christmas Day, so this is her sign
    DD: $800 22
Next U.S. one-dollar coin in order: Morgan, Peace, Eisenhower....
    $500 13
The colors green for hope & red for struggle are prominently displayed during this African-American festival
    $500 28
Muscovite is a white type of this rock that splits into thin leaves

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Pam Margaret Carl
$1,900 $1,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Margaret Carl
$3,200 $2,300 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARCHAEOLOGY
AUTHORS ON AUTHORS
HERBS & SPICES
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
JOHN BROWN
___ IN THE ___
    $200 23
Some still believe a stone found in Kensington, Minn. proves these seafarers once visited there
    $200 1
Ogden Nash rhymed, "I'm fond of women, also wine, but not the song of" this Toklas pal
    $200 3
The Great Karroo & the Little Karroo are dry tablelands in this African country's Cape Mountains region
    $200 14
Brown's Pennsylvania home was a "station" on this
    $200 11
In 1979 this TV sitcom got a new setting & a new title, "Archie Bunker's Place"
    $400 28
In 1996 Franck Goddio found the ruins of this queen's palace in the port of Alexandria
    $400 2
In 1922 this novelist said of Ezra Pound, "He's teaching me to write, and I'm teaching him to box"
    $400 4
The island of Anglesey, which the Welsh call Ynys Mon, lies off the northwest coast of Wales in this sea
    $400 15
2 of Brown's sons were killed during the attack on the federal arsenal at this site October 16, 1859
    DD: $1,000 12
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
TV series that features the star seen here: (Lea Thompson)
    $600 27
In 1881 Claudius Rich surveyed this ancient city, including Nebuchadnezzar's summer palace
    $600 8
Longfellow said this "Pride And Prejudice" author's writings "Are a capital picture of real life"
    $600 24
The fleshy orange coat around the seed of this spice is peeled off & dried to form mace
    $600 5
This Baltic country's major cities include Kaunas, Klaipeda & Vilnius
    $600 16
This 1862 song shared the melody from the chorus of "John Brown's Body"
    $600 13
Harry Chapin's only No. 1 song; country singer Ricky Skaggs also had a hit with it, in 1996
    DD: $1,000 21
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
The piece seen here found in Samothrace in 1950, is part of this ancient statue
    $800 9
To Robert Greene, Shakespeare was "An upstart" one of these black birds, "beautified with our feathers"
    $800 25
Also called Chinese parsley, it's a welcome addition to rice or salsa when chopped
    $800 6
The only river in this Chilean desert to reach the sea is the Loa
    $800 17
In 1855 Brown & 5 of his sons went to this territory to help the antislavery battle & while there get some land
    $800 19
V.C. Andrews' career as an author took off with this 1979 novel
    $1000 22
In November 1996 remains believed to be this pirate's ship were found off North Carolina
    $1000 10
Yeats described this "Arms And The Man" playwright as "An athiest who trembles in the haunted corridor"
    $1000 26
The name of this herb essential to French cooking is derived from the Greek for "dragon"
    $1000 7
The westernmost of Canada's prairie provinces, it's bordered on the west by British Columbia
    $1000 18
In 1858 this president of the U.S. with the same initials offered a reward for Brown's capture
    $1000 20
In this 1995 film Christian Slater defends Alcatraz inmate Kevin Bacon after he kills another prisoner

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Margaret Carl
$11,600 $5,900 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COMPOSERS
Composer whose works inspired stage hits by David Henry Hwang & Jonathan Larson

Final scores:

Pam Margaret Carl
$22,600 $2,400 $0
2-day champion: $39,900 2nd place: Trip to St. James Club, Antigua 3rd place: Panasonic IQ Series Palmcorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pam Margaret Carl
$11,300 $5,300 $6,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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