Show #2974 - Thursday, July 3, 1997

Kim Worth game 5.

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Brick Barrientos, an accountant from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Ken Rosenau, an attorney from Washington, D.C.

Kim Worth, a waiter and writer from Venice, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $64,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

1971
ANNUAL EVENTS
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
POTENT POTABLES
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
DUE "SOUTH"
    $100 26
In 1971 this type of auto insurance became popular in the U.S.
    $100 1
In mid-July Golden, Colorado celebrates the spirit of the old west with a festival named for this showman
    $100 2
He made the cover of Time in 1989 as "Hollywood's Top Gun"
    $100 12
It's the traditional spirit added to eggnog, though whiskey or brandy may also be used
    $100 21
It can be one-fourth of a school year or one-fourth of a dollar
    $100 7
Until 1994 it was made up of 4 provinces: Transvaal, Natal, Orange Free State & Cape Province
    $200 27
For most of 1971 he was governor of Georgia
    $200 16
In late June, Hardin, Montana reenacts this famous 1876 battle between the cavalry & Indians
    $200 3
She played Solitaire in the 007 film "Live and Let Die" long before she became a frontier doctor on TV
    $200 13
A Bloody Mary & a bloody bull both contain this spirit
    $200 22
In 5-card poker there are 624 possible 4-of-a-kind hands, & this many possible royal flushes
    $200 8
In 1956 the U.S. established the Amundsen-Scott Station here
    $300 28
Postage stamps from this country weren't accepted by some others who still considered it East Pakistan
    $300 17
Flag Day is a legal holiday only in this Keystone State
    $300 4
Adam Arkin, who plays Dr. Aaron Shutt on this TV series, is the son of actor Alan Arkin
    $300 14
Harvey's Bristol Cream is a famous brand of this
    $300 23
Reduce 32/64 to a decimal & you get this
    $300 9
This Indiana city is named for a turning point in the St. Joseph River
    $400 30
He was the only officer found guilty at the court martial of those involved in the My Lai incident
    $400 18
This 8-day observance celebrates the liberation of Jews from Egyptian bondage
    $400 5
Like his brother John, he performed with Second City & was a regular on "Saturday Night Live"
    $400 15
It's the Spanish name for a popular party drink made with red wine & fruit juices
    $400 24
At sea level & 32 degrees F., it's 1,088 feet per second
    $400 10
Alphabetically, countries here run from A-V
    $500 29
In August 1971 this Republican mayor of New York City became a Democrat
    DD: $900 19
Summer events in this state include the Snake River Stampede & the Lewiston Roundup
    $500 6
A native of Calcutta, Victor Banerjee played Dr. Aziz in this acclaimed David Lean film
    $500 20
The name of this brandy is German for "cherry water"
    $500 25
At 20 degrees C., this much water weighs 8.33 pounds
    $500 11
Sail from Singapore to Manila & you cross this body of water

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

Kim Ken Brick
$1,400 $600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kim Ken Brick
$2,800 $3,900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC GEOGRAPHY
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
SCULPTURE
COUNTRY SINGERS
ROCKS & MINERALS
BRITISH AUTHORS
    $200 2
The major settlement of New Netherland was New Amsterdam on this island
    $200 1
Every year this greeting card company produces 19,000 card designs in 20 languages
    $200 7
This cubist's "Bull's Head" sculpture was made from a bicycle seat & handlebars
    $200 24
This long-haired country music "outlaw" was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993
    $200 16
Marbles made of this mineral are popularly called aggies
    $200 21
With the proceeds from "Animal Farm" he bought a home on the Hebridean island of Jura
    $400 3
To protect the Panama Canal during WWII, the U.S. established a base in this Ecuadoran island group
    $400 12
When its Beautyrest mattress was introduced in 1925, Henry Ford endorsed it in advertisements
    $400 8
In 1915 Gutzon Borglum designed a memorial to the Confederacy on this Georgia mountain
    $400 27
"Skinny" nickname of Otis Dewey Whitman Jr., who sold millions of albums through TV ads
    $400 17
Produced when seawater evaporates, halite is a rock composed of this substance
    $400 22
Her bestsellers "Chances", "Lucky" & "Lady Boss" all revolve around Lucky Santangelo
    $600 4
Called the most important of Rome's 7 hills, it was home to upper class villas
    DD: $2,000 13
Co-founder Frank Seiberling added the winged foot to this tire company's logo
    DD: $1,200 9
This Greek statue, now in the Louvre, may have held an apple in the hand of its missing left arm
    $600 28
Mary Chapin Carpenter sang in a coffeehouse while earning her B.A. from this Providence, R.I. university
    $600 18
Some of the oldest-known mines for this decorative blue-green stone are in the Sinai Desert
    $600 23
In 1996 this author of "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" spun a new story, "The Tailor of Panama"
    $800 5
Xerxes built a bridge of boats across it to invade Greece; Leander could have walked
    $800 14
Formally organized in March 1901, it was the first billion-dollar corporation
    $800 10
In 1880 he began work on "The Gates of Hell" but never completed the project
    $800 30
Crystal Bernard, who plays Helen on this sitcom, released her first country CD, "The Girl Next Door", in 1996
    $800 19
The name of this soft black mineral is from the Greek for "to write"
    $800 25
Short story writer Hector Hugh Munro took this pseudonym from Omar Khayyam's "Rubaiyat"
    $1000 6
In 1958 the Communist Chinese bombarded Quemoy & this island to force the Nationalist Chinese out
    $1000 15
This San Francisco-based company is the USA's largest canner of fruits & vegetables
    $1000 11
This British sculptor created works for the UNESCO building in Paris
    $1000 29
This Texan was just 13 when her hit single "Delta Dawn" made her a country star in 1972
    $1000 20
True alabaster is a variety of this mineral used for making plaster of Paris
    $1000 26
Like "Rebecca", her novel "My Cousin Rachel" was made into a film

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kim Ken Brick
$5,800 $6,700 $11,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MEDICINE
While many diseases bear doctors' names, a nerve disease is named for this victim who died in 1941

Final scores:

Kim Ken Brick
$1,600 $13,395 $14,000
3rd place: Oneida Silversmiths Gift Certificate 2nd place: Zenith 35" Big Screen Television & Dynamark Home Security System New champion: $14,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kim Ken Brick
$5,200 $6,300 $10,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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