Show #2614 - Thursday, January 4, 1996

Missing introductions.

Contestants

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Glenn Gilbert, a business entrepreneur originally from Wilmington, Delaware

Janet Hoffman, an attorney from Valley Village, California

Gareth Jones, a real estate appraiser from Visalia, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,398)

Jeopardy! Round

U.S.A.
FASHION HISTORY
SANDRA BULLOCK MOVIES
ANIMALS
INVENTIONS
FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
    $100 9
This "Sunshine State" is also known as "The Alligator State"
    $100 14
Low-waisted dresses & bobbed hair typified the flapper look of this decade
    $100 22
In "Demolition Man", future cop Sandra came on like Rambo with this, well... film Rambo
    $100 7
The robber species of this crustacean will drown in water
    $100 1
If, as some say, Gen. Han Hsin invented this c. 200 B.C., he was the 1st to tell someone to go fly one
    $100 6
In German these 2 relatives are der bruder & die schwester
    $200 15
This Alabama capital is named for a Revolutionary War hero
    $200 24
After the Jacobite Rebellion, these Scottish plaid patterns were banned by British law
    $200 23
As Angela Bennett in this 1995 film, Sandra found her identity deleted "from the information superhighway
    $200 12
The condor is a bird & the conger is one of these
    $200 2
In 1947 Arthur Samuel designed a computer that could play this game; chess on the same board came later
    $200 8
On a Dutch beach a sign reading "verboden te zwemmen" would indicate this
    $300 16
The Atchafalaya Floodway & the Bonnet Carre Spillway help control flooding in this state
    $300 27
This men's headdress made by winding fabric around the head inspired a draped hat worn by women
    DD: $500 25
1992 film based on & named for the following golden oldie:

"I held my nose, I closed my eyes /
I took a drink"
    $300 19
This very slo-o-o-w creature can turn its head 270", likes to hang upside down & is three-toed
    $300 3
In 1901 the first Mercedes introduced Wilhelm Maybach's honeycomb design for this cooling system
    $300 10
French for "in fashion", it's the phrase used when ordering ice cream on top of pie
    $400 17
This state is the site of the annual Makawao Rodeo
    $400 29
In ancient Rome freeborn boys wore the toga praetexta, which was white with a border of this color
    $400 26
Sandra waitressed at the Sweetwater Cafe in the Robert Duvall-Richard Harris film "Wrestling" this author
    $400 20
A shrimp has 2 pairs of these, with one pair as long as its body
    $400 4
The first mechanical one of these was invented in 1915 & marketed under the Ever-Sharp name
    $400 11
In Greece a doctor would refer to your liver as sikoti & this organ as nefro
    $500 18
This city the starting point of the Santa Fe Trail & the home of President Truman
    $500 30
A broad necktie & a broad scarf were named for this fashionable English racetrack
    $500 28
Sandra fell for Peter Gallagher, who fell into a coma, in this "sleeper" hit of 1995
    $500 21
The blue whale is this type of toothless whale that strains its food
    $500 5
The World Almanac's list of inventions runs from A for adding machine to Z for this device
    $500 13
Japanese for "exalted gate", it was the title formerly used for the emperor of Japan

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

Gareth Janet Glenn
$1,400 $1,100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gareth Janet Glenn
$3,500 $800 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
RELIGION
AWARDS
MOUNTAINS
WORLD UNIVERSITIES
20th CENTURY AUTHORS
    $200 6
This island near San Francisco ceased being a military prison & became a federal prison in 1934
    $200 15
The person who holds this religious office is the primate of all England
    $200 17
The 1994 Nobel Peace Prize was shared by Israeli leaders Shimon Peres & Yitzhak Rabin, & this PLO leader
    $200 1
10 mountains in this South American chain exceed a height of 22,000 feet
    $200 7
For several decades the University of Leipzig was named for this founder of communism
    $200 13
He published his first novel, "A Daughter of the Snows", the year before "The Call of the Wild"
    $400 8
The steeple of this Boston church, where lanterns were hung April 18, 1775, blew down in 1804
    $400 21
Statues of foxes are found at the inari shrines of this Japanese religion
    $400 19
In 1993 this tennis great was awarded a Medal of Freedom posthumously
    $400 2
This highest Greek mountain lies on the border of Macedonia & Thessaly
    $400 9
The university of this capital city is the largest university in Algeria
    $400 14
Sportswriter & "Poseidon Adventure" author Paul Gallico helped begin this amateur boxing event
    $600 18
In 1921 she founded the American Birth Control League, which later became Planned Parenthood
    $600 28
The Tantric form of this religion is also called Mantrayana, which means "vehicle of the mantra"
    $600 23
This reggae singer was en route to Jamaica to receive the Order of Merit when he died in 1981
    $600 3
Known as Peak XV, it was renamed in 1865 for the Surveyor General of India
    $600 10
The most recent British prime minister who studied at Oxford
    $600 16
Her novel "Ship of Fools" was inspired by a 28-day voyage she made from Mexico to Germany in 1931
    $800 26
Maine entered the Union in 1820 as a part of this compromise
    $800 29
In this religion the god Shiva is often depicted as Nataraja, the cosmic dancer
    DD: $2,000 24
This late Russian-born pianist won over 20 Grammys & a 1972 Royal Philharmonic Society Gold Medal
    $800 4
The base of this highest Alpine peak extends into France, Italy & Switzerland
    $800 11
The National Autonomous University of Honduras was founded in this city in 1847
    $800 20
In 1962, the year he published "Travels with Charley", he won the Nobel Prize for Literature
    $1000 27
In 1968 vast oil deposits were discovered at this bay, an arm of the Beaufort Sea
    $1000 30
In 1739 this Methodist wrote in his journal, "I look upon all the world as my parish"
    $1000 25
In 1985 Steven Jobs & this partner were recipients of the National Medal of Technology
    DD: $500 5
When St. Pierre, Martinique was destroyed by this volcano in 1902, only one man, a prisoner, survived
    $1000 12
Laval University is named for the first Roman Catholic bishop of this Canadian city
    $1000 22
This author of 1985's "The Two Mrs. Grenvilles" was once a stage manager for the "Howdy Doody" show

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gareth Janet Glenn
$10,200 $6,600 $2,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NAMES IN THE NEWS
He was born Newton Leroy McPherson in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on June 17, 1943

Final scores:

Gareth Janet Glenn
$7,199 $2,900 $100
3-day champion: $18,597 2nd place: David Winter hand-painted castles & Thomas Kinkade painting Hometown Chapel + GameTek Jeopardy! 3rd place: Sansui MS5944 mini component system + GameTek Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Gareth Janet Glenn
$10,700 $6,600 $4,100
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R,
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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