Show #2966 - Monday, June 23, 1997

Contestants

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Jonathan Brosin, a college teacher from Sacramento, California

Alex Oleksij, an actor from Nutley, New Jersey

Lynda Pinnington, a training consultant from Cambridge, Ontario Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BIBLE
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
THE BIG APPLE
FILM STARS
WHERE'S THE FIRE?
"BIO"LOGY
(Alex: These 3 letters will appear in the correct response, though not necessarily at the beginning of the word.)
    $100 1
This husband of Mary is not named in Mark's gospel
    $100 25
The school of forestry of this New Haven, Conn. university is the USA's oldest in continuous operation
    $100 12
There's a statue of a man hailing one of these at a corner of the Chase Manhattan Bank Building
    $100 6
To honor the 20th anniversary of "Rocky" in 1996, Gambia & 4 other nations issued stamps with this actor's likeness
    $100 11
Each floor of your house should have at least one of these early warning devices
    $100 21
These 2 types of nonfiction book share a Pulitzer Prize category
    $200 2
Solomon proposed that this object of contention be divided between 2 women
    $200 27
This school in University Park, Pennsylvania was chartered in 1855 as Farmers' High School
    $200 17
Marc Chagall murals, "The Sources of Music" & "The Triumph of Music", grace the lobby of this opera house
    $200 7
This star of the film "The Fugitive" had an uncredited cameo in the 1994 film "Jimmy Hollywood"
    $200 13
When buying one of these, look for one that puts out A, B & C classes of fire
    $200 22
TV character Jaime Sommers had one ear of this type; Steve Austin had one such eye
    $300 3
Ezekiel reported that God commended Daniel, Noah & this sufferer for their righteousness
    $300 28
Canada's oldest agricultural school, St. Anne de la Pocatiere, became part of this province's Laval U. in 1962
    $300 18
Her gown was cleaned in honor of her 1986 centennial
    $300 8
This star of the film "Dangerous Minds" was once Miss Orange County
    $300 14
Fires in New York City tenements inspired an 1860 law requiring these exterior safety apparatuses
    $300 23
Selman A. Waksman, discoverer of streptomycin, coined this term in the 1940s
    $400 4
Of her twin boys, Rebekah favored this one
    $400 29
Charlotte Amalie is the site of the college of this U.S. possession
    $400 19
This mansion that once housed the museum of the city of New York is now the official mayor's residence
    $400 9
In 1994 she produced her first film, "Nell", in which she also starred
    $400 15
Because it fills its tank by skimming bodies of water, the CL-215T seaplane has this rhyming nickname
    $400 24
Term for a diet, mostly whole grains, designed to prolong life
    $500 5
Abner fought for Ish-boseth against this king but later agreed to join him
    $500 30
This Houston school's athletic teams are nicknamed the Owls
    $500 20
If you want to see Matisse's "Dance", dance on over to this museum on West 53rd Street
    $500 10
The drill instructor in "An Officer and a Gentleman", he turned down an offer to play pro basketball
    $500 16
It's a cleared strip of land meant to slow the spread of a wildfire
    DD: $500 26
Depending on who benefits, this relationship can be classified as mutualism or as parasitism

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

Lynda Alex Jonathan
$1,200 $2,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynda Alex Jonathan
$2,500 $4,200 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 16TH CENTURY
TV COMPOSERS
SICKNESS & HEALTH
EUROPEAN CAPITALS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
AUTHORS
    $200 2
The name of this Indian, said to have united the 5 Iroquois nations, is featured in a "song" by Longfellow
    $200 26
Vic Mizzy played the harpsichord on his theme to this creepy, kooky series
    $200 1
Wheezing attacks of this chronic lung disease are often triggered by allergies
    $200 7
Rua de Prata, the "Silver Street" of this Portuguese capital, is known for its fine jewelry stores
    $200 12
On October 14, 1996 this stock index closed above 6,000 points for the first time
    $200 17
He was 4 years old when his family moved to Hannibal, Missouri in 1839
    $400 3
John Calvin moved back to this Swiss city in 1541, became a citizen & died there in 1564
    DD: $1,000 27
In one quick session Eliot Daniel wrote the theme heard here for the pilot of this show:
    $400 22
Smoking, obesity & stress can cause hypertension, the abnormal elevation of this
    $400 8
The Scandinavian city now known as this was founded by King Harald Hardraade around 1050
    $400 13
You could wash down some of this company's famous frozen cheesecake with its Douwe Egberts coffee
    $400 18
You can tour the house at 907 Whitehead Street in Key West where he wrote "For Whom The Bell Tolls"
    $600 4
The golden staircase of this Venetian official's palace was completed in 1558
    $600 28
His first sci-fi theme was for "Lost in Space"; later he composed for sci-fi films like "Star Wars"
    $600 23
Nearly everyone is born with this condition because the arches develop slowly over the first 6 years
    $600 9
This Latvian city's Dome Cathedral sometimes hosts the International Boys' Choir Festival
    $600 14
Kimberly-Clark makes these diapers, America's best-selling brand
    $600 19
He followed his 1850 sea tale "White-Jacket" with another sea tale about a white object
    $800 5
In 1533 Henry VIII's marriage to Catherine of Aragon ended & this Catherine wed the future Henry II of France
    $800 29
Alexander Courage, composer of the original "Star Trek" theme, didn't like this producer's lyrics
    $800 24
Insufficent amounts of an enzyme in the small intestine cause an intolerance to this milk sugar
    $800 10
Built at the turn of the century, the Metropol on Teatralny Avenue is one of this city's most famous hotels
    $800 15
This computer company's new Presario 4402 features an infrared remote control
    $800 20
"The Bishop's Boys", about this pair, is by Tom Crouch, a Smithsonian Air & Space Museum curator
    $1000 6
In 1589 he was made professor of mathematics at the University of Pisa; his contract wasn't renewed in 1592
    $1000 30
While recording his music for the film "Batman", he took time to write the "Tales From The Crypt" theme
    $1000 25
Common among runners, this pain in the front & sides of the lower leg often goes away with rest
    $1000 11
This city on the Dimbovita River became the capital of Walachia in 1659
    $1000 16
The Tax Reform Act of 1986 set the tax on these, profits from sold assets, at the same rate as other income
    DD: $1,000 21
This master of the espionage thriller has written 3 books about top assassin Jason Bourne

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynda Alex Jonathan
$9,700 $9,000 $2,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
The Roosevelt dime made its debut the year this president was born

Final scores:

Lynda Alex Jonathan
$18,001 $18,000 $3,600
2-day champion: $19,401 2nd place: Trip to St. James's Club, Antigua 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen Ladies' Quartz Watch

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lynda Alex Jonathan
$10,700 $8,400 $2,100
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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