Suggest correction - #2669 - 1996-03-21

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    $200 2
Not all matzos can be used during this holiday, only those in boxes designated for it

Show #2669 - Thursday, March 21, 1996


Dan McBride, a lawyer and financial analyst originally from Detroit, Michigan

Steve Wang, a graduate student from Chicago, Illinois

Jo Ellen Eppink, a librarian from Sugarland, Texas (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $13,401)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In 1993 he hinted that he'd be willing to give up power if the U.S. ended its embargo of Cuba
    $100 26
Yo! The leather jacket he wore in "Rocky" is on display at Planet Hollywood in Washington, D.C.
    $100 11
Like Atlanta's Journal & Constitution, Detroit's News & Free Press combine for this day's edition
    $100 12
This continent is home to both pacas & alpacas
    $100 1
When chopped & formed into a ball, it's gefilte
    $100 17
    $200 7
In 1951 Macao became an overseas province of this country, & in 1974 a "Special Territory"
    $200 27
Hossburgers are served at the Ponderosa Ranch in Incline Village, Nevada, where some of this TV series was filmed
    $200 22
It's the day of the week for presidents & labor
    $200 13
One of these chilopoda arthropods has as many as 177 pairs of legs; most have 15 to 23 pairs
    $200 2
Not all matzos can be used during this holiday, only those in boxes designated for it
    $200 18
    $300 8
In 1867 Emperor Franz Joseph created this dual monarchy
    $300 28
Some of his personal movie memorabilia are displayed in the Tree Room, a restaurant at his Sundance Resort
    $300 23
This day will earn you the greatest number of regular points in Scrabble
    $300 14
A female one of the gypsy species of this insect can lay over 1,000 eggs at one time
    $300 3
On Rosh Hashanah it's traditional to dip slices of this fruit in honey
    $300 19
    $400 9
A skirmish over the theft of one of the Discovery's boats led to this explorer's murder in 1779
    $400 29
Fans of this 1963 Hitchcock classic "flock" to Bodega Bay, California, where it was filmed
    $400 24
In ancient Rome it was called Dies Veneris, the day of Venus, hence the French Vendredi
    $400 15
To count a pair of these carnivorous sea snails, say "A-one-an-a-two"
    $400 4
Challah, a type of this, is served in a twisted form on the Sabbath
    $400 20
    $500 10
Tradition says this country's first emperor, Menelik I, was the son of King Solomon & the Queen of Sheba
    $500 30
The Virginia museum devoted to this TV series is across the street from Earl Hamner's boyhood home
    DD: $1,000 25
These 2 days were named for 2 sons of Odin
    $500 16
The domestic one of these evolved from the mouflon & urial
    $500 5
A kugel may be noodle or this type made from the main ingredient in latkes
    $500 21

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

Jo Ellen Steve Dan
$1,900 $1,400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jo Ellen Steve Dan
$2,600 $2,600 $3,300
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