Show #2066 - Monday, September 6, 1993

First game of Season 10.


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Karen L. Jones, a freelance puzzle editor from New Rochelle, New York

Dan Cordas, a medical student from Long Beach, California

Robert Pantel, a civil engineer from Lyme, New Hampshire

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1990s
    $100 1
Some of the finest wool in the world comes from the rambouillet, a breed of this
    $100 12
Its last line is "After all, tomorrow is another day"
    $100 6
The Vermeil room of this Washington, D.C. residence is noted for its golden plates & vases
    $100 17
In 1991 this phenomenon of nature killed fans at the U.S. Open & PGA Championships
    $100 11
Types of these are area, scatter & throw
    $100 25
If you're jewelry shopping, you may want to know that this precious metal is platine
    $200 2
Once widely used to pull funeral cars, Friesian horses are always this color
    $200 13
This 1946 Jimmy Stewart-Donna Reed film was based on the short story "The Greatest Gift"
    $200 7
Once a month bargain hunters head for the Rose Bowl Flea Market & Swap Meet in this Calif. city
    $200 18
He won his first full term as mayor of Chicago April 2, 1991
    $200 21
It's what a bathroom usually has that a half bath doesn't
    $200 26
The French call this country L'Afrique du Sud
    $300 3
This lab animal is a member of the cavy family; its scientific name is Cavia porcellus
    $300 14
In this 1963 P.O.W. film, Steve McQueen was the "Cooler King" & James Garner the "Scrounger"
    $300 8
The Cafe du Monde in this Louisiana city has been serving cafe au lait & beignets since 1862
    $300 19
Connecticut Gov. Lowell Weicker won the 1992 "Profile in Courage" award named for this President
    $300 22
Square, flat & with legs that fold, it's brought out on poker nights & to handle holiday overflows
    $300 27
If you want to know this, say "Quelle heure est-il?"
    $400 4
Some of these primates, such as macaques, can swim
    $400 15
Spencer Tracy died in 1967, a few weeks after completing this film, his 9th with Katharine Hepburn
    $400 9
Big Sky is a popular resort community in this state known as "Big Sky Country"
    $400 20
On May 24, 1990 Emperor Akihito expressed regret over Japan's 1910-1945 occupation of this peninsular country
    $400 23
A candlestick fixture on a wall, ore a similar electric one
    $400 28
To find this on a train, ask, "Ou est le wagon-restaurant?"
    $500 5
Of the 4 members of the camel family found in South America, only these 2 are domesticated
    $500 16
Gary Cooper got an Oscar nomination for his role as Lou Gehrig in this 1942 film
    $500 10
This state's Odessa College hosts an annual Shakespeare festival in a replica of the Globe Theatre
    $500 30
In 1992 a Vatican court annulled her first marriage, to French playboy Philippe Junot
    DD: $1,000 24
A tambour, made of rounded wood strips glued to canvas, is found on this type of desk
    $500 29
"S'il vout plait, cesser de fumer" means would you please stop doing this

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

Robert Dan Karen
$1,800 $100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Dan Karen
$4,700 $1,100 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This Finnish city is the most northerly capital in continental Europe
    $200 4
This traditional dish of England is simply deep-fried fillets & fries
    $200 11
It's the part of a river where you'd find the delta
    $200 16
Versions of this instrument have been made with valves instead of a slide
    $200 21
In 1959 his New York City tomb became a National Memorial
    $200 26
Ford Madox Ford wrote 3 novels about Catherine Howard, this king's fifth wife
    $400 2
Its sheltered harbor lies less than 100 miles south of Key West, Florida
    $400 5
The Japanese typically begin a meal with this dish of sliced raw fish served with ginger or horseradish
    $400 12
Glaciers don't have a cow, but they do have one of these when a chunk breaks off
    $400 17
The contra type of this instrument is the lowest-pitched member of the woodwind family
    $400 22
Referring to his daughter, he once quipped that he could be President or control Alice, but not both
    $400 27
This author of "Space" once served on NASA's Advisory Council
    $600 3
Once the capital of the British East Africa protectorate, it's been Kenya's capital since 1963
    $600 6
In addition to anchovies, a salade nicoise contains this fish
    $600 13
Mafic magma is thought to originate in this solid layer beneath the earth's crust
    $600 18
In a 1961 record Johnny Cash called this stringed instrument a "Tennessee flat-top box"
    $600 23
Some blamed his death on a Shawnee curse that was put on him at the Battle of Tippecanoe
    $600 28
He described his sensational 1931 novel "Sanctuary" as "The most horrific tale I could imagine"
    $800 8
Afghanistan's parliament is housed in the Dar Ol-Aman Palace in this city
    $800 7
Conger eel, whiting & red mullet are traditional ingredients in this French stew
    $800 14
It's the term for the crater formed by a volcano that has exploded & collapsed
    $800 19
Powered by steam & used on riverboats, this keyboard instrument's sound can carry over 10 miles
    $800 24
While playing football for West Point, he injured his knee tackling Jim Thorpe
    $800 29
This 1887 novel by onetime ostrich farmer Rider Haggard is known by a single pronoun
    $1000 9
This capital & largest city of Antigua & Barbuda shares its name with Newfoundland's capital
    $1000 10
A Spanish appetizer, croquetitas de camarones are fried croquettes of this shellfish
    $1000 15
This region of Northwest Italy has lent its name to any large expanse of land at the foot of a mountain
    $1000 20
Sebastien Erard perfected a pedal device in the 19th century to raise the pitch of its strings by 1 or 2 half-steps
    DD: $2,000 25
Within a 3 1/2 year period, he became Mayor of Buffalo, Governor of N.Y. & President of the U.S.
    DD: $1,500 30
This James Joyce work was called "the first attempt to articulate the wordless world of sleep"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Dan Karen
$7,500 $600 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1919 he became the first General of the Armies of the U.S.

Final scores:

Robert Dan Karen
$10,900 $1,099 $10,799
New champion: $10,900 3rd place: Benrus ladies' gold quartz watch 2nd place: NEC Versa notebook computer, reference books

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robert Dan Karen
$7,000 $4,100 $5,400
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R,
8 W
(including 2 DDs)
17 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1993-07-19
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