Show #2051 - Monday, July 5, 1993

Ed Schiffer game 1.
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Phil Bentley, a rabbi originally from Chicago, Illinois

Ed Schiffer, a college lecturer originally from New York City, New York

Camille Calman, a researcher and writer from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $30,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1850s
    $100 8
A hydrate contains this compound weakly bound in its crystals
    $100 1
It's the question asked of “Baa, Baa, Black Sheep”
    $100 16
Types of these pieces of jewelry include school, signet & wedding
    $100 2
In 1853 this jeans maker introduced his first product, waist-high overalls
    $100 6
This flavor of schnapps puts the "fuzz" in a fuzzy navel
    $100 24
AP is the Associated Press; Apr. is short for this month
    $200 17
Of the 3 main classes of rock, this one is further divided into plutonic & volcanic types
    $200 3
He said to the pieman, “Let me taste your ware”
    $200 18
The vivid green color of this May birthstone was once thought to be good for the eyesight
    $200 9
In 1857 this song, also called "The One Horse Open Sleigh", rang out for the first time
    $200 7
Cocktails with "Jamaica" in their names usually contain this liquor
    $200 25
It's the 1-letter abbreviation for a part of speech or a compass direction
    $300 19
The IRAS telescope, which discovered 5 comets, made its observations in this spectrum of light
    $300 4
“Hickety, pickety, my black hen,” she does this “for gentlemen”
    $300 20
With its deep red color, the spinel is often mistaken for this precious stone
    $300 10
About 1855 he popularized the use of the laboratory burner now named for him
    $300 13
Tom & John are the most famous members of this tall, cool cocktail "family"
    $300 26
The abbreviation for the Securities & Exchange Commission is also short for this time period
    $400 28
This branch of medicine is concerned with the care & diseases of the elderly
    $400 5
“See-saw”, this girl “sold her bed and lay on the straw”
    $400 21
Simulated ones of these may be glass beads covered with a paste of fish scales
    $400 11
The completion of the first railway suspension bridge enabled trains to pass over the gorge at these falls
    $400 14
To make a negroni, combine campari with these 2 martini ingredients
    $400 27
Travelers should know that the E in ETA also can be abbreviated this way
    $500 29
Electrum is an alloy of these 2 precious metals
    $500 15
The 2 items little Tom Tucker eats for his supper
    $500 22
The old masters created the pigment ultramarine by crushing this 2-word blue gemstone
    DD: $500 12
Zachary Taylor's VP, he was the second to succeed to the White House on the death of a president
    $500 23
Like anisette, pernod is often described as tasting like this candy
    $500 30
PAC men & women in Washington, D.C. belong to one of these

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

Camille Ed Phil
$1,400 $1,300 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Camille Ed Phil
$3,100 $2,700 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In Genesis 3:7 they sew themselves aprons of fig leaves
    $200 2
One of this state's most popular events is the annual state fair in Lincoln
    $200 11
It's said about 90% of the viewers of the 1947 World Series watched the games at these establishments
    $200 18
Bop & bebop, which emerged in the 1940s, are styles of this type of music that debuted decades earlier
    $200 17
This 17th century French monarch boasted, "I am the State"
    $200 13
According to Business Rankings Annual, the Netherlands is the top exporter of cut ones of these to Japan
    $400 3
This ark builder was the grandson of Methuselah
    $400 5
For a brief time, Zanesville served as the capital of this state
    $400 12
On "My Three Sons", Bub O'Casey was related to Mike, Robbie & Chip in this way
    $400 19
The French name of this 1897 orchestral scherzo is "L'apprenti sorcier"
    $400 22
Born Tafari Makonnen in 1892, he took a name which means "power of the Trinity"
    $400 24
Unilever's history includes Sunlight, the first of this product to be sold in single wrapped bars
    $600 4
In Jesus' parable, this is killed for a feast when the prodigal son returns
    $600 6
This "Land of Enchantment" is the only state with English & Spanish as its official languages
    $600 14
According to the intro, there were "8 million stories" in this TV series
    $600 20
Paganini owned one of the most famous of these instruments made by the Guarneri family
    $600 28
The first 5 monarchs of the Hawaiian Islands shared this name
    $600 25
In 1968 this Dutch brewer merged with Amstel
    $800 9
The sun is made to rise on the evil & the good & this is sent "on the just and on the unjust"
    $800 7
Homestake & other Black Hills mines have made it a leading gold-producing state
    $800 15
Profession shared by Jerry Helper on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" & Jerry Robinson on "The Bob Newhart Show"
    $800 21
Meyerbeer wrote his opera "Ein Feldlager in Schlesien" for this "Swedish Nightingale"
    $800 29
The papal states were founded on land captured from the Lombards by this son of Charles Martel
    $800 26
Founded October 7, 1919, it's considered the world's oldest airline
    $1000 10
This book bewailing the destruction of Jerusalem is traditionally attributed to Jeremiah
    $1000 8
This "Ocean State"s territory includes about 35 small offshore islands
    $1000 16
The younger brother of Dana Andrews, he starred as Lt. Hondo Harrelson on "S.W.A.T."
    DD: $1,200 23
You'll find a quodlibet, a blend of popular tunes, in his "Goldberg Variations"
    $1000 30
Taufa'ahau Tupou IV has been king of this South Pacific island country since 1965
    DD: $2,000 27
This company invented the rotary shaver head & the CD player

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Camille Ed Phil
$3,900 $7,500 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Chile's Juan Fernandez islands include a pair named for Alexander Selkirk & this fictional character

Final scores:

Camille Ed Phil
$7,800 $13,201 $7,801
3rd place: Towle silversmiths beaded antique stainless flatware, service for 8, & 6 serving pieces + Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the Sega Genesis system New champion: $13,201 2nd place: Bassett's Legend dining room set + Shonbek chandelier

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Camille Ed Phil
$3,900 $7,500 $8,400
13 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1993-02-09
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