Show #2106 - Monday, November 1, 1993

Drawing for Season 1 & Season 2 players for the 10th Anniversary Tournament.


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Matt Giers, a political science student originally from New Albany, Indiana

Peter Gay, a graphic designer from Stoughton, Massachusetts

Steven McKenna, a director of banquets originally from Holyoke, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Jesus said 1 of the 2 greatest commandments is "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as" this
    $100 14
Beau Bridges appeared in several episodes of this syndicated series starring his father as an ex-Navy frogman
    $100 1
Prized by the Japanese for their caps, Shiitake & Matsutake are types of these
    $100 4
When she moved from Paris to England in 1802, she brought some of her best wax figures with her
    $100 16
Noted for its 138-foot-high nave, Amiens is the largest Gothic cathedral in this country
    $100 24
Distances are measured "as" this bird "flies"
    $200 5
In his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus rode this animal
    $200 15
C.J., one of these animals, appeared in 2 Clint Eastwood movies before starring in "Mr. Smith"
    $200 3
Hummus, a paste of mashed chickpeas, is often served with this Middle Eastern pocket bread
    $200 9
This Welshman who found Livingstone spent a few years as a U.S. citizen
    $200 17
Pisa, Italy's International Airport is named for this astronomer
    $200 25
To speak bluntly is "to talk" this bird
    $300 6
It's the only New Testament book that focuses mainly on prophetic events
    $300 21
It's the real first name of the character Doogie Howser
    $300 13
Texans popularly refer to this meat dish as "a bowl of red"
    $300 10
Abe Lincoln's son Thomas was usually known by this nickname
    $300 18
The home of this inventor in Rochester, N.Y. is now a museum devoted to photography
    $300 26
A car door hinged at the top so it swings upward is this bird wing
    $400 7
For his outspoken denunciation of this king's marriage, John the Baptist was beheaded
    $400 22
She's won 4 Emmys for playing Carla the waitress on "Cheers"
    $400 29
It's the traditional meat for Irish stew
    $400 11
This dictator refused a German offer to return his son Yakov Dzhugashvili in a P.O.W. exchange
    $400 19
Andrew Johnson's home, tailor shop & grave can be found at a historic site in Greeneville in this state
    $400 27
A place for papers in a desk, or a niche for a nest
    $500 8
Paul converted to Christianity as a result of his journey to this city
    $500 23
In a February 1987 episode of this series, Lee Stetson & Amanda King finally married
    $500 30
To a Spaniard, camarones fritos are fried ones of these
    $500 12
This king was born in Cairo on February 11, 1920
    DD: $500 20
The Court of the Lions is the central fountain of this Moorish fortress in Granada, Spain
    $500 28
After 12 days the singer of "The 12 Days of Christmas" will own exactly a dozen of these birds

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

Steven Peter Matt
$600 $2,300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Peter Matt
$1,400 $3,500 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
In the 1630s the area that's now this state was called Terra Mariae
    $200 16
A prominent human nose, or a long, flexible snout
    $200 25
George Carey's claim that his father, Henry, wrote this British national anthem was never proved
    $200 1
This alkaloid drug used to treat malaria was once known as Peruvian bark
    $200 11
Pilaster House in Hannibal, Missouri
    $400 4
This man who bought Manhattan was lost at sea during a hurricane in 1638
    $400 18
This official at a college keeps records of the enrollment & grades
    $400 24
The Oscar-winning film "The Sting" revived interest in this "King of Ragtime"s music
    $400 2
He developed a vaccine for dengue as well as an oral vaccine for polio
    $400 12
Beehive House in Salt Lake City, Utah
    $600 5
In 1776 he said, "We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately"
    $600 22
This system of the Middle Ages was basically an arrangement between lords & vassals
    $600 20
Rachmaninoff was one of the greatest 20th century virtuosos on this musical instrument
    $600 8
Inability to absorb vitamin B can cause the pernicious form of this condition
    $600 13
Glenmont in West Orange, New Jersey
    DD: $800 6
In 1693 this Puritan preacher wrote about witches in "The Wonders of the Invisible World"
    $800 17
Some believe that this luminous substance emanates from a spiritualistic medium
    $800 21
In 1992 the French government bought at auction the first draft of his "Bolero" for $320,000
    DD: $3,500 27
Kobayashi Issa was an 18th century master of this poetic form
    $800 9
The 2 common viral forms of this liver disease are called A & B
    $800 14
Beauvoir near Biloxi, Mississippi
    $1000 7
The 1st colonial woman married in New England was the widowed mother of this child born on the Mayflower
    $1000 19
This term refers to the art of carving on whalebone or walrus tusk, among other things
    $1000 23
This "Sabre Dance" composer was married to the Russian composer Nina Makarova
    $1000 26
Poet & mystery author whose 1849 poem "To My Mother" is a tribute to the mother of his late child bride
    $1000 10
This machine measures electrical impulses produced by the brain
    $1000 15
The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Peter Matt
$200 $8,500 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Its discovery was announced on March 13, 1930, Percival Lowell's birthday

Final scores:

Steven Peter Matt
$0 $14,801 $14,399
3rd place: Aiwa stereo system New champion: $14,801 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa & love seat + Carpet One carpeting

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steven Peter Matt
$200 $8,500 $4,700
10 R,
6 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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Game tape date: 1993-08-30
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