Show #2559 - Thursday, October 19, 1995

Paul Thompson game 5.

Contestants

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Dennis Bumgarner, a psychotherapist from Indianapolis, Indiana

Sara Hathaway, a regional planner from Nantucket, Massachusetts

Paul Thompson, a personnel manager from Cheverly, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $54,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S.A.
SPORTS
FOOD & DRINK
FAMOUS NAMES
COLLECTIBLES
2-LETTER WORDS
    $100 3
A courthouse where this pres. practiced law was moved from Illinois to Michigan's Greenfield Village
    $100 1
In 1994 18-year-old Tiger Woods became the youngest to win this sport's U.S. Amateur Tournament
    $100 20
"Just what the Dr. ordered" is a famous slogan for this soft drink
    $100 2
In 1921 he gave a lecture at Columbia University on his theory of relativity
    $100 19
A tin whistle is one of the collectible toy surprises found in early boxes of this treat
    $100 21
1 of the 2 options for a light switch
    $200 8
This southern state's oldest radio station, WBT in Charlotte, began broadcasting in 1922
    $200 4
The Andrettis- Mario, Michael & Jeff- have all been named rookie of the year for this 500-mile race
    $200 26
For added flavor, cappuccino is often served with this quill spice
    $200 10
For a time this 1st signer of the Declaration of Independence was the wealthiest merchant in New England
    $200 13
Examples of these include the Ronson Touch-Tip & the Zippo Windproof
    $200 22
Spanish equivalent of the German ja
    $300 9
This northeastern metropolis has been dubbed "The City of Brotherly Shove"
    $300 5
This section of Greater London is the site of the annual All-England Tennis Championships
    $300 27
Poulet is the French term for a young, spring one: poularde is the term for a fat one
    $300 11
Sadly, this celebrated photographer of the Civil War died in poverty in 1896
    DD: $500 16
Brand of dispenser seen here: [Alex holds up a Daffy Duck version]
    $300 23
It commonly follows "land" & "heave"
    $400 14
The Old Spanish Trail ran from this city, now a state capital, to Los Angeles
    $400 6
This team's Walter Payton retired in 1987 with 125 touchdowns, 1 less than Jim Brown
    $400 29
"Porcine" name for a cocktail sausage wrapped in pie dough or a breakfast sausage wrapped in a pancake
    $400 12
In the 1930s the Russian city of Pokrovsk was renamed for this longtime associate of Karl Marx
    $400 17
"Power Men of Mongo" is one of the 1930s Big Little Books featuring this space hero
    $400 25
It's the second 2-letter word in the U.S. Constitution's preamble; "We" is first
    $500 15
The Hawaii campus of Brigham Young University lies on this island
    $500 7
On June 17, 1992 this 76ers forward was traded to the Phoenix Suns for 3 players
    $500 30
This sizzling Mexican dish of marinated strips of meat, peppers & onions can be served in a tortilla or a pita
    $500 24
His ancient work "Elements" is divided into 13 books, the first 6 on plane geometry
    $500 18
This is the term for memorabilia that includes Haggadahs, Kiddush cups & menorahs
    $500 28
Pronounced one way, it's a musical tone; pronounced another way, it means to accomplish

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Paul Sara Dennis
$1,600 $700 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Sara Dennis
$2,600 $2,100 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
BODIES OF WATER
ANIMALS
COMPOSERS
19th CENTURY AMERICANS
"D.J."s
    $200 8
This "Robinson Crusoe" author's father was James Foe; the author changed his last name by his mid-30s
    $200 26
It's Israel's longest river
    $200 21
In 1903 the first National Wildlife Refuge was established in Florida to protect these "pouched" birds
    $200 3
In 1872 Brahms became director of this Austrian city's Society for the Friends of Music
    $200 1
In the War of 1812, William Bainbridge commanded this famous "indestructible" ship
    $200 2
His locker is at the bottom of the sea
    $400 9
This author of "The War of the Worlds" studied under biologist T.H. Huxley at the Normal School of Science
    $400 27
The shortest distance between Iran & Oman is across this strait
    $400 22
The only mammals native to New Zealand are these flying ones
    $400 4
Schumann dedicated his "Kreisleriana" piano pieces to this Polish-French composer
    $400 16
He failed to get Congress to annex Hawaii & purchase some Caribbean islands, but did get them to buy Alaska
    $400 13
The first play about this legendary hero was 1630's "The Libertine of Seville"
    $600 10
During WWII this "Lord of the Flies" author commanded a rocket launching craft in the Royal Navy
    $600 28
The mouth of this river provides a harbor for Limerick, Ireland
    $600 23
This marsupial has 50 teeth, more than any other North American mammal
    $600 5
Hes sister Maria Anna was a fine harpsichordist: as children in the 1760s they gave dual concerts
    $600 17
Massachusetts State Senator Horace Mann helped set up the first state board of this in the U.S.
    $600 14
This actor received 3 Emmy nominations for his role as Dr. Richard Kimble on "The Fugitive"
    $800 11
This "Exodus" author also wrote the screenplay to his first novel, "Battle Cry"
    DD: $3,000 29
Rimini, Italy & Dubrovnik, Croatia lie on this sea
    $800 24
The name of this rodent is from Greek for "shadow tail", not "bushy tail"
    $800 6
This "Sabre Dance" composer's melodies reflect his Armenian heritage
    DD: $1,500 18
In 1832 John C. Calhoun became the first politician in this post to resign
    $800 15
This actor was the "Boy" in the 1975 cult film "A Boy and his Dog"
    $1000 12
Although his novels were frequently made into movies, "The Third Man" was written directly for the screen
    $1000 30
The Karagiye Depression, Kazakhstan's lowest point at 433' below sea level, lies near this salt lake
    $1000 25
This largest toy breed of dog, with a short nose & wrinkled face, originated in China
    $1000 7
"The Brandenburgers in Bohemia" was the first opera by this composer of "The Bartered Bride"
    $1000 19
When this party was formed in 1834, Daniel Webster became one of its leaders
    $1000 20
On PBS he's starred as Claudius & Cadfael

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Sara Dennis
$14,500 -$900 $5,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR-WINNING FILMS
1 of the 2 musicals set in France that won the Best Picture Oscar in the 1950s

Final scores:

Paul Sara Dennis
$17,999 -$900 $10,900
5-day champion: $72,199 3rd place: Scout GPS + GameTek Jeopardy! 2nd place: Hammerman rings & Zodiac watch + GameTek Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Sara Dennis
$13,800 $1,900 $5,500
29 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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