Show #2955 - Friday, June 6, 1997

Wes Ulm game 3.

Contestants

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Peter Higgins, a graduate student from Durham, North Carolina

Jennifer Tobias-Turner, a retailer & importer originally from Rapid City, South Dakota

Wes Ulm, a medical student from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $30,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

SAN FRANCISCO
TV ACTORS & ROLES
17th CENTURY FASHION
SCIENCE & NATURE
CAR PARTS
___ AND ___
    $100 4
The Powell-Mason, the Powell-Hyde & the California St. are the 3 working lines of this type of transportation
    $100 14
During the 1995-96 season, Oscar winner Mercedes Ruehl played Kelsey Grammer's boss on this series
    $100 5
For the most part Puritan fashions were unadorned, but their underwear was embroidered with quotes from this
    $100 9
The ball form of this weather phenomenon is also known as kugelblitz
    $100 22
Keep the cap & hoses of this coolant-holding device in good shape, or you may face a long hot walk
    $100 27
Since the man on first base takes off before the batter swings, this play should logically be the "run and hit"
    $200 2
Built on landfill, the city's Marina district was one of those hardest hit by this 1989 event
    $200 25
This star of "The X-Files" played a cross-dressing detective known as Dennis, or Denise, on "Twin Peaks"
    $200 6
The embroidery patterns on these were called clocks & when they ran it was time to replace them
    $200 8
In a leaf this food-making process takes place in the palisade & spongy cells
    $200 10
Cars can be slowed by these parts pressing on the brake drum; don't drag your own on the pavement
    $200 19
It's the alliterative service provided by finer laundries
    $300 11
Coit Tower rises 180' above this hill named for the semaphore that once stood there
    $300 28
Maybe Rob Morrow felt "overexposed" as Dr. Joel Fleischman; he left this series in 1994
    $300 26
Louis XIV's Croatian mercenaries introduced this early form of necktie
    $300 7
The name of this treeless Arctic zone comes from a Lapp term for "hill"
    $300 15
This device turns energy into current, keeping the battery charged while the motor's on
    $300 16
Term for a book with embarrassing information based on intimate knowledge
    $400 12
The Japanese Tea Garden in this park was built for the 1894 Midwinter Fair
    $400 29
He appeared as Tracey Gold's boyfriend on "Growing Pains" before playing Chandler Bing on "Friends"
    DD: $500 23
A pickadil was the framework used to support a ruff type of this
    $400 1
The order Sirenia consists of 4 living species: the dugong & 3 species of this animal
    $400 20
An automatic transmission's version of this pedal is sometimes called a torque converter
    $400 17
The Isley Brothers & the Beatles sang, "Shake it up, baby", do this
    $500 13
This old military base that overlooks the entrance to San Francisco was founded by Spain in 1776
    $500 30
During "Cheers"' first years, Nicholas Colasanto played Ernie Pantusso, better known by this nickname
    $500 24
Wig is a short form of this 17th century term
    $500 3
The Russian thistle is a species of this plant blown about the prairies
    $500 21
In one steering system, a toothed bar called the rack is engaged by this gear
    $500 18
Inept reporter Wally Ballou was one of this radio comedy duo's creations

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

Wes Jennifer Peter
$900 $1,500 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Wes Jennifer Peter
$1,500 $2,300 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART EXHIBITS
HISTORIC NAMES
THE OLD TESTAMENT
MARLON BRANDO FILMS
WORLD CAPITALS
AUTHORS
    $200 7
A 1995 exhibit at California's Laguna Art Museum traced the history of this body art
    $200 29
This student of Nicolo Amati is often considered the greatest violinmaker of all time
    $200 30
These brought unto Egypt included hail, locusts & darkness
    $200 28
This controversial Brando film of the '70s has X-rated & R-rated versions
    $200 5
This Costa Rican capital is named for the country's patron Saint Joseph
    $200 17
When his 1978 novel "The Stand" was reissued in 1990, it was about 50% longer than the original
    $400 8
In 1995 this art movement was on view in a Monet exhibit & in a Caillebotte show
    $400 18
Though Balboa was the first European to sight the eastern Pacific Ocean, this explorer named it
    $400 6
Derived from Greek, the name of this book means "second law"
    $400 27
In this 1996 film based on an H.G. Wells novel, Brando plays the title role of a mad scientist
    $400 4
It's home to the Glinka Music Museum & the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
    $400 11
In order to write his 1922 novel "Babbitt", this author studied real estate
    $600 9
A recent exhibit at this St. Petersburg museum focused on art plundered by the Red Army during WWII
    $600 19
This Roman naturalist "the Elder" died in 79 A.D. while investigating the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius
    $600 10
It's to whom God said, "The end of all flesh is come before me"
    $600 24
Brando made Matthew Broderick a job offer he couldn't refuse in this 1990 comedy
    $600 3
Though only 90 miles from the equator, this Kenyan capital has a moderate climate
    $600 14
This "Breakfast of Champions" author once ran a Saab auto dealership
    $800 20
An 1877 exhibit moved John Ruskin to libel this American-born artist, but not his mother
    DD: $1,500 22
They were the parents of England's Queen Elizabeth I
    $800 12
Named for a prophet, it's alphabetically first among the Old Testament books
    DD: $3,000 25
Movie in which you'd hear the following:

"Luck be a lady tonight, luck be a lady tonight, luck if you've ever been lady to begin with, luck be a lady tonight!"
    $800 1
This Saudi Arabian capital has long been visited by Muslims on their way to Mecca
    $800 15
His travels to Europe aboard the steamship Quaker City were documented in "The Innocents Abroad"
    $1000 21
In 1990 a Cincinnati museum faced obscenity charges after showing the work of this late photographer
    $1000 23
This French Protestant reformer died in Geneva in 1564
    $1000 13
Mordecai is the hero of this book
    $1000 26
In this 1952 movie bio, Brando was a Mexican revolutionary & Anthony Quinn was his brother Eufemio
    $1000 2
Named for a British monarch, it's the capital of Guyana
    $1000 16
This "Lord of the Rings" author served as Merton professor of English at Oxford from 1945 to 1959

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Wes Jennifer Peter
$12,600 $8,500 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STOCK SYMBOLS
(Alex: If you play the market, you're in good shape on this one!)
This name is the 4-letter stock symbol of Golden Bear Golf Inc., which went public in 1996

Final scores:

Wes Jennifer Peter
$17,001 $8,200 $5,550
3-day champion: $47,001 2nd place: Trip to Harbour Village Beach Resort, Bonaire 3rd place: Ducane 2004SS Gas Grill

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Wes Jennifer Peter
$11,900 $6,200 $2,800
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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