Show #2050 - Friday, July 2, 1993


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Allen Collins, a high school English teacher from Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania

Christine Quinones, a communications consultant from New York City, New York

Camille Calman, a researcher and writer from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are 3 heroes from Classics, 3 heroes from the Bible, and 3 heroes from Romance.)
    $100 9
People from Rhode Island are called Rhode Islanders & people from this state are just Islanders
    $100 26
At age 33 in 1804, he started a new symphony, his 5th, with a Da-Da-Da-Duh
    $100 1
In 1925 Chicago gangster John Torrio passed his empire to this man
    $100 2
He had a round table that could seat more than 150
    $100 18
Seraphim have 6 of them: 2 to cover their faces, 2 to cover their feet & 2 to fly with
    $100 16
Nanny, kid or billy
    $200 12
Only Wyoming has fewer people than this largest state in area
    $200 27
These comedians were both in their 30th when paired by Hal Roach in the 1920s
    $200 3
This radio show starring Freeman Gosden & Charles Correll joined the NBC network in 1929
    $200 5
When he sacked Thebes in 336 B.C., he was only about 20
    $200 21
It broke out June 5, 1967
    $200 17
It contains water under the bridge, a castle's drawbridge
    $300 13
Between 1980 & 1990 the City of Gary in this state lost 23.2% of its population
    $300 28
In need of money in 1835, this 30-year-old Dane published 4 fairy tales
    $300 4
The American Chronicle says that in 1924 half a million people wrote this Michigander asking for money
    $300 6
Among his Paladins were Rinaldo & Roland
    $300 22
The 6th letter of the Greek alphabet, it corresponds to our 26th
    $300 19
    $400 14
The National Fertilizer Development Center can be found in Muscle Shoals in this state
    $400 29
Of the 4 regular hosts of "The Tonight Show", he's the only one who didn't start when he was 30-something
    $400 10
This "lithiated lemon" soft drink made its debut in 1929; it's still around today
    $400 7
Hector was a chieftan of this ancient city around whose walls his body was dragged
    $400 23
Among the 6 counties that make up this country are Londonderry & Down
    $400 20
Put liquor in the punch or tie up a shoe
    DD: $900 15
Its southeast corner touches Arizona, Colorado & New Mexico
    $500 30
Madonna was 34 in 1992, when she published "Sex", & this actress was 34 in 1926, when she produced the play "Sex"
    $500 11
Cluett, Peabody & Company was right on target when it introduced this collar-attached shirt brand
    $500 8
His book is considered the sequel to Deuteronomy
    $500 25
This holiday is the 6th Sunday in Lent
    $500 24
It describes a string stretched out fully & is a homophone for instructed

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

Camille Christine Allen
$2,700 $700 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Camille Christine Allen
$3,300 $3,700 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
This czarina gave her lover Grigori Potemkin the Tauride Palace in St. Petersburg
    $200 21
This purple gemstone is associated with St. Matthias, the apostle who replaced Judas Iscariot
    $200 13
Allan "Rocky" Lane, who starred in many '40s Westerns, later provided the voice of this TV horse
    $200 1
The name of this flower precedes "of the Nile" & "of the Valley"
    $200 23
In 1975 she became the first woman to head a major British political party
    $200 3
In 1945 this playwright won his first N.Y. Drama Critics Circle Award, for "The Glass Menagerie"
    $400 8
1 of the 7 ancient wonders, the statue of this Greek god was destroyed by fire c. 475 A.D. in Constantinople
    $400 22
A golden variety of topaz is named for its resemblance to this fortified Spanish wine
    $400 14
On the final episode of this sitcom, Felix moved out to remarry Gloria
    $400 2
Water is lost to the atmosphere through this part of the tree
    $400 24
This "March King" not only led the Marine Corps Band but Army & Navy bands as well
    $400 9
Keir Dullea played this Jazz Age author in a one-man show called "The Other Side of Paradise"
    $600 18
This religious movement of the 1500s led to the birth of Protestantism
    $600 28
This blue-green stone has been mined for centuries at Neyshabur in northern Iran
    $600 15
Ann Sothern was the voice behind the 1928 Porter on this cult sitcom
    $600 4
This geological science studies the forces within the Earth that cause plate activity
    $600 25
In the 1950s he was Secretary of State & his brother Allen directed the CIA
    $600 10
Of Henry IV, V, VI, VII or VIII, the only one who isn't a title character in a Shakespeare play
    DD: $2,000 19
The Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842 settled the boundary dispute between New Brunswick & this state
    $800 29
The precious type of this gem named for a domestic feline feature is greenish in color
    $800 16
After working for several years at the Tropicana, Ricky Ricardo opened up this nightclub
    $800 5
A halophyte is a plant that can tolerate a large amount of this substance in the soil
    $800 26
When named Israel's first prime minister in 1948, he was chairman of the World Zionist Organization
    $800 11
Chekov play in which Treplev kills a bird & lays it at Nina's feet
    $1000 20
Approved August 27, 1789, this French document proclaimed that "men are born & remain free..."
    $1000 30
This gem with a "sanguine" name is a birthstone for March
    $1000 17
As the men from U.N.C.L.E., Napoleon Solo & Illya Kiryakin fought against this crime syndicate
    DD: $1,000 6
The radiation belts around the Earth are named for this man who was born in the heart of the Corn Belt
    $1000 27
A high school dropout, he dropped back in after WWII & later became Cleveland's first black mayor
    $1000 12
This 1913 George Bernard Shaw play was inspired by a story in Ovid's "Metamorphosis"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Camille Christine Allen
$9,900 $9,300 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Dublin's famous Book of Kells is written in this language

Final scores:

Camille Christine Allen
$18,601 $18,600 $4,300
2-day champion: $30,701 2nd place: a trip to Reno, Nevada aboard Delta Airlines with 1-week accomodations at the Reno Hilton 3rd place: a DeLonghi espresso/cappuccino maker

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Camille Christine Allen
$9,500 $9,300 $6,100
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
22 R,
0 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,900

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Game tape date: 1993-02-08
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