Show #2740 - Friday, June 28, 1996

Contestants

[<< previous game]

Steve Schwartzman, a computer graphic producer from Austin, Texas

Paul Carlson, a transit policy analyst from Washington, D.C.

Don Sloan, a composer and music professor from Wadsworth, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $36,000)

Jeopardy! Round

NOCTURNAL CREATURES
WOMEN IN SPORTS
TRANSPORTATION
ANNUAL EVENTS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
FRENCH NAMES OF COUNTRIES
(Alex: You have to give us the English name, of course.)
    $100 17
This member of the weasel family noted for its foul-smelling spray is wrongly called a polecat
    $100 13
Appropriately nicknamed "Ping", Leah Thall Neuberger was a top player in this sport in the 1940s & '50s
    $100 11
It's the most common form of public transportation in the U.S.
    $100 24
Dothan, Alabama's national festival of this goober features parades & a beauty pageant
    $100 1
This percussion instrument is a bar of metal bent into a certain 3-sided shape with an open corner
    $100 6
Belgique
    $200 18
This common house pet's nocturnal habits led to the belief it consorted with the devil
    $200 20
In 1976 Romania named this gymnast a hero of socialist labor
    $200 12
This wagon named for a Pennsylvania village was sometimes called the "camel of the prairies"
    $200 27
The National Boardwalk Professional Art Show is one of several annual art shows held in this city
    $200 2
A frog is the part of this violin accessory that secures the hair at the lower end
    $200 7
Afrique du Sud
    $300 19
The binturong, a type of civet, is 1 of 2 carnivores that have a prehensile one
    $300 21
In 1967 his daughter Catherine Lacoste became the youngest golfer to win the U.S. Women's Open
    $300 14
Engelbert Humperdinck sang of these vehicles "de Belsize"
    $300 28
An October festival in Barbourville, Kentucky is named for this frontiersman
    $300 3
The last vehicle in a circus parade often carried this steam-powered musical instrument
    $300 8
Suede
    $400 25
The male of this animal that gave Michigan its state nickname shares its territory with 2 or 3 females
    $400 22
Ellen Osiier V/as the 1st woman to win an Olympic gold medal in this sport; her opponents were "foiled" again
    $400 15
Oarsmen on this long Roman warship weren't slaves as is often believed, but noncitizen subjects
    $400 29
In October Philadelphia has a parade honoring this Pole who died serving America in the Revolution
    $400 4
In 1938 this piano-making family gave the White House a piano with eagle-shaped legs
    $400 9
Autriche
    $500 26
These "chambered" mollusks lack the ink sacs of octopi
    DD: $1,500 23
In 1993, at age 15, she became the youngest skater since Sonja Henie to win the world championship
    $500 16
This African country has 2 international airports, in Mombasa & in Nairobi
    $500 30
A Geronimo Days Festival is celebrated in Truth or Consequences in this state
    $500 5
This long-necked, plucked Hindu instrument with 5 melody strings is a type of lute
    $500 10
Ecosse

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

Don Paul Steve
$2,700 $800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Paul Steve
$7,200 $2,100 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

PATENTS
LANGUAGES
OPERA
SECRETARIES OF THE INTERIOR
'50s FILM FACTS
AUTHORS
    $200 26
These magnificent men & their flying machine received patent 821,393
    $200 1
Netherlandic is another name for this language
    $200 7
Mozart's "Don Giovanni" was first performed at the National Theatre in this Czech capital Oct. 29, 1787
    $200 6
Sec'y 1875-77, Zachariah Chandler had played an important role in this president's impeachment
    $200 16
Errol Flynn played this Barrymore, his former drinking buddy, in the 1958 film "Too Much, Too Soon"
    $200 19
In 1859 this "Tom Sawyer" author became a licensed riverboat pilot
    $400 27
Patents 365,701 & 608,845 went to types of these invented by Nikolaus Otto & Rudolf Diesel
    $400 2
In a dictionary this language is abbreviated Lith.
    $400 9
This Gershwin character, a crippled beggar, kills a stevedore named Crown
    $400 8
FDR appointee Harold Ickes had earlier been a supporter of this president's Bull Moose Party
    $400 17
In 1936 this talking mule was "in the Haunted House" with Mickey Rooney, not Donald O'Connor
    $400 20
His pseudonym Boz was a mispronunciation of Moses as "Boses" in early childhood
    $600 28
16 plant patents were issued posthumously to this plum & potato man
    $600 3
Telugu is spoken widely in this country's state of Andhra Pradesh
    $600 10
Suzuki is the faithful maid of this Puccini title character
    $600 12
A statue of Samuel J. Kirkwood represents this "Hawkeye State" in the U.S. Capitol
    $600 18
Classic 1953 western in which little Brandon de Wilde begs Alan Ladd to "Come back!"
    $600 21
From 1950 to 1952, this "Catch-22" author taught English at Penn State
    $800 29
Patent 2,708,656 went to this Italian-American's neutronic reactor
    $800 4
The Creoles in Sierra Leone speak Krio, a local form of this, their country's official language
    $800 11
In a Verdi opera Gilda is the daughter of this hunchbacked jester
    $800 14
Appointed by this president, Manuel Lujan was the first Hispanic American to head the department
    $800 24
She was nominated for a 1958 Oscar for "Auntie Mame" but lost to Susan Hayward for "I Want to Live!"
    $800 22
During the last year of his life, this author edited Uncle Remus's Magazine
    $1000 30
Patent 223,898 was for this invention by the 1st inductee into the National Inventors Hall of Fame
    DD: $2,500 5
Spoken by Sephardic Jews, Ladino is based on a 15th century form of this Romance language
    $1000 13
German opera in which you'd hear the line "Farewell, farewell, beloved swan"
    $1000 15
This Clinton appointee worked for a time as a geologist in Bolivia
    $1000 25
She appeared briefly as Chiquita in "The Lavender Hill Mob" in 1951, 2 years before "Roman holiday"
    DD: $2,200 23
His first 2 novels were "Red Harvest & "The Dain Curse", both published in 1929

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Paul Steve
$11,000 $16,000 $1,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

RIVERS
The world's first underwater tunnel was dug beneath this foreign river in the 1840s

Final scores:

Don Paul Steve
$10,000 $22,002 $2,500
2nd place: trip on Air Jamaica to Jamaica & stay at Couples Resort + John Williams CD Summon the Heroes New champion: $22,002 3rd place: Amana range + John Williams CD Summon the Heroes

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Don Paul Steve
$10,000 $13,300 $1,300
29 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $24,600

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at JBoard.tv.