Show #2963 - Wednesday, June 18, 1997

Contestants

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Chris Szymanski, a farmer from Marathon, Wisconsin

Mark Le Menager, an advertising sales representative from Bozeman, Montana

Laurie Kittle, an information developer originally from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

PROHIBITION
NONPOTENT POTABLES
COUNTRY SINGERS
HORSES
U.S. CITIES
NUMBER, PLEASE
    $100 16
Eliot Ness formed the "Untouchables" to rid this city of Al Capone
    $100 21
Thomas Welch invented this drink in 1869 as an alternative to wine
    $100 3
Appropriately, her gift shop at Belle Meade Plaza in Nashville features a fine selection of crystal
    $100 1
1 of 2 types of gaits used in harness racing
    $100 11
This city's French Quarter encompasses 70 blocks
    $100 22
Number of pieces of silver Judas received
    $200 17
Illicit drinking establishments got this name because they invited quiet discussion
    $200 25
Some bottled drinking water may lack this compound important for healthy teeth
    $200 4
Tammy Wynette was born in Itawamba County in this state, not far from Elvis' birthplace, Tupelo
    $200 2
A blaze is a large white patch on the face; this term refers to any small white patch on the forehead
    $200 12
This largest Nevada city was first settled by Mormons who maintained a colony there 1855-57
    $200 26
A novena is a Roman Catholic devotion consisting of prayers said over this many days
    $300 18
As the 1932 Democratic candidate for president, he promised to end prohibition
    $300 28
The milk substitute derived from these legumes is also curdled to make tofu
    $300 6
This "Achy Breaky Heart"throb called his second album "It Won't Be The Last"
    $300 5
This Austrian breed is born with a black coat, which turns white as the horse ages
    $300 13
This West Virginia capital was named for Colonel George Clendenin's father, Charles
    $300 27
Hindsight of a Monday-morning quarterback
    $400 19
When the U.S. went dry, the owner of this Lynchburg distillery became a mule trader
    $400 30
This liquid produced when curds separate from milk was once considered a refreshing drink
    $400 9
This "Rhinestone Cowboy" has a good time performing at his Goodtime Theatre in Branson, Missouri
    $400 7
The Percheron was first bred in & named for a district in this country
    $400 14
The Pier, which juts almost a half mile into Tampa Bay, is the center of this city's tourist life
    $400 24
There are currently this many men on the U.S. Supreme Court
    $500 20
Bishop James Cannon was a prominent leader of this organization, the ASL
    $500 29
This soft drink was first sold in 1929 as "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda"
    $500 10
"All My Rowdy Friends Are Comin' Over Tonight" won him the first CMA award for Music Video of the Year
    $500 8
The long flowing hair below the knee & hock of this Scottish breed is called "feathers"
    DD: $1,200 15
The name of this N.Y. city may be derived from a mispronounciation of "Beau Fleuve", or "Beautiful River"
    $500 23
It's the radioactive isotope of strontium from atomic fallout sometimes found in food

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

Laurie Mark Chris
$1,200 $300 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laurie Mark Chris
$2,400 $1,500 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
INTERNATIONAL ACTRESSES
INVENTORS
TRADE
AUTHORS
4-SYLLABLE WORDS
    $200 1
An armistice to end this war was signed at Panmunjom in July 1953
    $200 6
Her infant son Carlo Ponti, Jr. played her baby in the 1970 film "Sunflower"
    $200 8
In 1987 a copy of the Old Testament attributed to this printer sold for $5.39 million
    $200 20
This fruit accounts for one-third of Honduras' exports
    $200 18
This "Candide" author wrote the libretti for several Rameau operas, including "La Princesse de Navarre"
    $200 13
When the Bastille fell, Louis XVI asked, "Is it a revolt?" & was told it was one of these
    $400 2
In 1429, while leading an attack on Paris, she was wounded by an arrow
    $400 7
This daughter of a Dutch baroness won an Oscar for playing a princess in "Roman Holiday"
    $400 9
Inspired by circus safety nets, George Nissen invented this piece of gymnastics equipment
    $400 26
In terms of total value, this accounts for over 90% of Iran's exports
    $400 19
She gave her share of the film rights to "Witness For The Prosecution" to her daughter Rosalind
    $400 14
It means immature, or otherwise characteristic of a second-year student
    $600 3
A Greek military coup in 1974 briefly deposed Archbishop Makarios, president of this island nation
    $600 24
Kate Nelligan was born in London -- not in England, but in this Canadian province
    $600 10
When he offered to sell the rights to his telegraph, the government turned him down
    $600 27
The bulk of Poland's imports is handled through Gdynia & this port
    DD: $1,400 21
Rudyard Kipling wrote "The Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly" & he created Holly Golightly
    $600 15
This word means "arrogant", though it could mean "catching too many grizzlies"
    DD: $1,200 4
A phase of the Napoleonic Wars, The Peninsular War, 1808-1814, was fought on this peninsula
    $800 25
Before "La Dolce Vita", this buxom Swede played an extraterrestrial in "Abbott & Costello Go To Mars"
    $800 12
Dennis Gabor won a 1971 Nobel Prize for his invention of this process to create 3-D images
    $800 28
An independent agency of the U.S. government, it's also called Eximbank
    $800 22
He based the title character of his 1914 novel "Penrod" in part on his nephews
    $800 16
To increase the velocity of an object, such as a particle
    $1000 5
In 1250 the Mamelukes, originally slaves, seized control of this African country & ruled until 1517
    $1000 30
Sharon Stone's "Diabolique" co-star, this French actress was an Oscar nominee for "The Story of Adele H."
    $1000 11
He invented a pencil sharpener as well as the first successful electric shaver
    $1000 29
Italy's center of international commerce is this capital of Lombardy
    $1000 23
A royal horse guard during World War II, he "revisited" the war in his "Sword of Honour" trilogy
    $1000 17
Introduced by Fender in 1954, it's one of the most famous models of electric guitars

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laurie Mark Chris
$6,000 $3,500 $6,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE PLANETS
(Alex: A narrow field.)
Most of this planet's moons are named for Shakespearean characters

Final scores:

Laurie Mark Chris
$100 $6,900 $12,600
3rd place: Towle Silversmiths Flatware Set 2nd place: Broyhill Candlewood Living Room Furniture & Samsung TV-VCR Combo New champion: $12,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Laurie Mark Chris
$6,000 $3,500 $6,600
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
22 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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