Responses for show #2913 - Wednesday, April 9, 1997

Contestants

Doug Szafran, a math teacher from Frederick, Maryland

Brad McNiff, a computer software developer from Auburn, New Hampshire

Beth Coughlin, a librarian from Danvers, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,601)

Jeopardy! Round responses

AMERICAN HISTORY
HIGH SCHOOLS
NAMES OF THE '60s
PENNSYLVANIA CITIES
OCCUPATIONS
QUOTATIONS
    $100 1
New York

Beth
    $100 15
(Alex: Lew Alcindor is now known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.)

Basketball

Doug
    $100 6
Ralph Nader

Brad
    $100 8
Harrisburg

Brad
    $100 26
Masseuse

Brad
    $100 7
Winning

Doug
    $200 2
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation)

Doug
    $200 16
Hollywood High

Brad
    $200 22
Twiggy

Doug
    $200 11
Philadelphia

Doug
    $200 27
Cosmetologist

Beth
    $200 9
Variety

Brad
    $300 3
Tehran

Doug
    $300 19
Quakers (Society of Friends)

Doug
    $300 23
(Brad: Who are Nixon & Eisenhower?)
(Alex: Be more specific....)
(Brad: Tricia Nixon & David Eisenhower)

Julie Nixon & David Eisenhower

Brad
Triple Stumper
    $300 12
(Brad: What is bituminous?)

Anthracite

BradDoug
    $300 28
Optician

Beth
    $300 10
Virginia

Doug
    $400 4
Sally Ride

Doug
    $400 20
Principal

Doug
    $400 24
Bobby Fischer

Brad
    $400 13
Liberty Bell

Doug
    $400 29
Windows

Beth
    $400 17
Neil Armstrong

Doug
    $500 5
Calvin Coolidge

Beth
    $500 21
Preparatory schools

Brad
    $500 25
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Doug
    $500 14
Pittsburgh

Doug
    $500 30
Candles

Doug
    $1,000 18
Marie Antoinette ("Let them eat cake")

Doug

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

Beth Brad Doug
$600 $100 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Brad Doug
$1,500 $1,000 $6,100

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

SCOTTISH RULERS
ART & ARTISTS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
MOVIE MUSIC
AUTHORS & THEIR WORKS
THE "U"SUAL PLACES
    $200 1
Camel

Beth
    $200 2
Salvador Dali

Beth
    $200 30
Johnson Wax

Beth
    $200 5
Tom Petty

Doug
    $200 16
Bram Stoker

Doug
    $200 15
Utah

Beth
    $400 12
William the Conqueror

Brad
    $400 3
Rembrandt

Beth
    $400 29
Buster Brown

Beth
    $400 6
Casablanca

Doug
    $400 19
Vladimir Nabokov

Doug
    $400 17
Uganda

Brad
    $600 13
Edinburgh

Doug
    $600 4
Alexander Calder

Doug
    $600 26
Maytag

Beth
    $600 7
The Godfather

Beth
    $600 21
Willa Cather

Doug
    $600 20
Uppsala

Beth
    $800 14
Stone of Scone

Doug
    $800 10
Photography

Brad
    $800 27
(Beth: What is Sears?)

Wal-Mart

Beth
Triple Stumper
    $800 8
Halloween

Doug
    $2,000 23
(Brad: What is "Babbitt?")
(Alex: George is Babbitt's first name.)

Arrowsmith

Brad
    $800 22
United Arab Emirates

Brad
    $1000 18
Bruce

Brad
    $1000 11
Edward Hopper

Triple Stumper
    $1000 28
The Motley Fool

Brad
    $1,000 9
(D: What is "Romeo And Juliet?")

2001: A Space Odyssey ("The Blue Danube")

Doug
    $1000 24
Henry James

Brad
    $1000 25
(we have a minute left in the round...)

Ukraine

Doug

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Brad Doug
$4,100 $4,400 $10,700
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

WORD HISTORY
(Alex: Derived from Mars, the Roman god of war.)
BethWhat is alien?
$4,000
BradWhat is [Alien?] Martian?
$3,801
DougWhat is Alien?
$1,899
Martian

Final scores:

Beth Brad Doug
$100 $8,201 $8,801
3rd place: Meade Model 395 Telescope 2nd place: Trip to the Inn at Semi-Ah-Moo, Blaine, Washington New champion: $8,801

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Beth Brad Doug
$4,100 $6,400 $11,200
14 R,
1 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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