Show #2052 - Tuesday, July 6, 1993

Ed Schiffer game 2.


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George Kopp, a journalist originally from New Rochelle, New York

Jennifer Read, a bookseller from Portland, Maine

Ed Schiffer, a college lecturer originally from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

"O" NO!
    $100 16
The national anthem of this small country is "Innu Malti"
    $100 1
December 15, 1939, the day this film premiered, was declared a holiday in Georgia
    $100 6
In 1986 this athletic shoe company introduced Weeboks for infants & toddlers
    $100 12
In 1952 President Truman signed a G.I. Bill of Rights for veterans of this war
    $100 26
Diplomats & kangaroos use these containers
    $100 7
These bivalves breed in beds
    $200 17
The cross of St. George on Manitoba's flag symbolizes its ties with this country
    $200 2
This Bela Lugosi film was shot in 1931 along with a Spanish version filmed on the same sets with different actors
    $200 15
This company sells about 50% of the bleach in the U.S.
    $200 13
In February 1986 the Marcoses fled the Philippines & this dictator fled Haiti
    $200 27
A cylindrical metal container with a close-fitting lid, perfect for holding flour or sugar
    $200 8
The Greek word for "bird" gave us this word for the study of birds
    $300 18
Prince Henry the Navigator's tomb is in the church of Santa Maria da Vitoria in Batalha in this country
    $300 3
John Huston wrote & directed this film about a black bird
    $300 20
Founded by an Austrian in 1896, the name of this candy roll co. was taken from his daughter's nickname
    $300 14
In 1957 Sir Bernard Lovell built what was then the largest radio telescope in time to track this 1st satellite
    $300 28
It can contain astronauts or antihistamines
    $300 9
Founded in 1878, Lady Margaret Hall is this European university's oldest women's college
    $400 19
The ballet "Apollo" is set on Delos, an island in this sea
    $400 4
The medal the Wizard of Oz presents to the Cowardly Lion has this single word on it
    $400 22
This retailing giant owns the Allstate Insurance group
    $400 24
From 1961-65 this revolutionary served as Cuba's Minister of Industry
    $400 29
Named for the wood it's made of, this chest is used to store woolens
    $400 10
This London theatre was once known as the Royal Victoria
    $500 21
The Bayeux Tapestry is on display in this country's Museum of Queen Matilda
    $500 5
Kirk Douglas dines with James Mason on sautee of unborn octopus in this Disney film
    $500 23
With sales of over $1 billion yearly, this brand of tortilla chips is Frito-Lay's top product
    DD: $500 25
In 1975 this Communist movement led by Pol Pot seized control of Cambodia
    $500 30
This trademarked name has come to refer to any large garbage bin used by offices & apartments
    $500 11
Last name of Ambrosio & Bernardo, father & son politicians of Chile

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

Ed Jennifer George
$1,100 $1,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Jennifer George
$3,400 $1,200 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
This is the formulation of the Einstein equation
    $200 7
Courbet said, "I cannot paint" one of these heavenly beings "because I have never seen one"
    $200 19
Umberto I, king of this country, was assassinated in Monza in 1900
    $200 6
The City of Tallahassee lies near the edge of this state's Apalachicola National Forest
    $200 14
This king & Bible authorizer has been called "the wisest fool in Christendom" as well as "the second Solomon"
    $200 1
This hard-hitting defense lawyer appears in about 80 of Erle Stanley Gardner's novels
    $400 27
This is the permanent removal of unwanted hair by destroying its roots with electric current
    $400 8
Among those Toulouse-Lautrec painted going into this club were Jane Avril & La Goulue
    $400 20
In 1881 Czar Alexander II was blown up in this city, his capital
    $400 9
Ottawa National Forest isn't in Canada but on this state's upper peninsula
    $400 15
This president was called "Second John"
    $400 2
Irwin Shaw introduced brothers Thomas & Rudolph Jordache in this 1970 bestseller
    $600 28
This pole star is the brightest one in the constellation Ursa Minor
    $600 10
His "Olympia" was accepted for the Salon, but after the scandal it caused, few of his later works were
    $600 21
In 1989 a court in this country overturned Carl Pettersson's conviction for killing Olof Palme
    DD: $1,000 13
Divisions of this Southern state's Kisatchie National Forest include Vernon & Evangeline
    $600 16
He's been called "the second man on the Moon"
    $600 3
"Keeper of the Keys" was Earl Derr Biggers' final adventure about this Chinese-American sleuth
    $800 29
This synthetic metallic element is named for scientists Marie & Pierre
    DD: $2,000 11
He titled his study of the harbor of Le Havre "Impression: Sunrise"
    $800 23
Returning home after a 3-year self-exile, he was slain at Manila airport August 21, 1983
    $800 25
White Mountain National Forest is shared by Maine & this state
    $800 17
This author of "Tamburlaine" has been called "a second Shakespeare", but some think he was the first
    $800 4
In a George Eliot novel, this miserly weaver becomes stepfather to Eppie Cass
    $1000 30
Estimated temperatures on this planet range from 950° F. on the sunlit side to -346° on the dark side
    $1000 12
In 1992-93 the Museum of Modern Art devoted a major show to this fauvist
    $1000 24
Descended from a freed U.S. slave, William Tolbert was president of this country when killed in a 1980 coup
    $1000 26
Part of Hells Canyon, North America's deepest gorge, is in this state's Nez Perce National Forest
    $1000 18
This poet's nickname "a second Johnson" probably wasn't an albatross hung around his neck
    $1000 5
After giving up his wealth, this Dumas character sails away with Haydee, never to be seen again

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Jennifer George
$10,800 $8,400 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He used more words in his one inaugural address than FDR used in all four of his

Final scores:

Ed Jennifer George
$16,801 $16,400 $6,600
2-day champion: $30,002 2nd place: Lanier Fax 3400 plain paper facsimilie + Bassett home office station desk 3rd place: Pure Dream limited edition serigraph signed & numbered by artist Hessam Abrishami from Collectors Editions

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ed Jennifer George
$10,800 $7,200 $6,200
26 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,200

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Game tape date: 1993-02-09
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