Show #2528 - Wednesday, September 6, 1995


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Lisa Grean, a music critic from Honolulu, Hawaii

John Cassidy, an accountant from Spring Lake, New Jersey

Carol Ann Hilton, a fundraiser from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
She was born Sophia Augusta Fredericka of Anhalt-Zerbst in Pomerania
    $100 16
Gardener Mary, Mary was described as "quite" this
    $100 3
Girls of the late '60s pressed their hair with a warm one of these to remove all waviness
    $100 23
There are about 30,000 of these in the state & Okeechobee is the largest
    $100 18
Designed by Donato Bramante, the Tempietto of San Pietro in this city marks the site of St. Peter's martyrdom
    $100 1
A cur or a mongrel
    $200 10
In the 1890s he nominally presided over construction of the Trans-Siberian railroad
    $200 17
In one version, "Threescore men, and threescore more, cannot place" him "as he was before"
    $200 4
These, called fringe in England, are hair combed forward over the forehead & cut straight across
    $200 24
This Florida city was the only Confederate capital east of the Mississippi not captured by the Union
    $200 19
Styles of this building feature include pitched, hipped & gambrel
    $200 2
A ship runs from this "to stern"
    $300 11
In the 1690s he recruited about 900 technicians on his tour of western Europe
    $300 28
One rhyme claims he had a pig that was not very lean & not very fat
    $300 5
This "Indian" style features a shaved head with a strip of hair running from brow to nape
    $300 25
This space center is headquartered on Merritt Island, not on Cape Canaveral
    $300 20
This Conn. city's old state house, designed by Charles Bulfinch is a masterpiece of the Federalist style
    $300 6
It means to put your money away or to hit a billiard ball off a cushion
    $400 12
In 1581 he killed his son & heir in a rage
    $400 29
Barnyard cry that precedes "My dame has lost her shoe"
    $400 14
This men's hairstyle was originally worn by Ivy League college rowers, hence its name
    DD: $1,100 26
This city's name resulted from the 1879 wreck of a ship carrying coconuts
    $400 21
The turnpike type of this building feature is circular or winding
    $400 7
It can precede bike or cheap & Ajax is stronger than it
    $500 13
This ruler took his last name, meaning "of the Neva", from the Neva River, where he defeated the Swedes in 1240
    $500 30
"Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat, please to put a penny in" here
    $500 15
A special type of this short, boyish cut of the 1920s was named for Irene Castle
    $500 27
Cars were once raced on this beach that's 23 miles long & 500 feet wide
    $500 22
Charles Garnier won an 1860s competition to design this European city's famed opera house
    $500 8
From a middle English word for lost or unclaimed, it's a homeless child

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

Carol Ann John Lisa
$2,100 $0 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Ann John Lisa
$3,900 $400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Jane Addams & Helen Keller were among the founders of this organization abbreviated ACLU
    $200 11
This legendary Italian tenor who died in 1921 was awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1987
    $200 6
On a clear day atop Hong Kong's Victoria Peak, you can see all the way to this country
    $200 26
This philosopher & student of Plato was born in Stagira in northern Greece in 384 B.C.
    $200 21
This Alex Haley work is subtitled "The Saga of an American Family"
    $200 13
Steve McQueen did many of the stunts himself for this film about inmates breaking out of a POW camp
    $400 2
In 1947 he was at the controls when the world's largest aircraft made its first & only flight
    $400 12
As GM of this N.Y. opera company, tenor Edward Johnson introduced Rise Stevens & Robert Merrill
    $400 7
At this island's Marina Grande, you can book a boat tour of the Blue Grotto
    $400 27
This French philosopher & lover of Heloise was an early exponent of the doctrine called Scholasticism
    $400 22
James A. Michener used this war as a background for "The Bridges at Toko-Ri" & "Sayonara"
    $400 14
It was Charlie Chaplin's first film with spoken dialogue
    $600 3
In 1916 Gen. John Pershing was sent to capture this Mexican rebel
    $600 18
Beniamino Gigli, best known for Italian opera, was also praised for his performance in this composer's "Lohengrin"
    $600 8
In Tel Aviv it's the number of streets that meet at Kikar Magen David
    $600 28
This Scottish economist wrote "The Theory of Moral Sentiments", a philosophical treatise, in 1759
    $600 23
This recent James Redfield novel tells of an ancient manuscript fround in Peru
    $600 15
James Earl Jones received an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of boxer Jack Jefferson in this film
    $800 4
Asian country with which the "Killing Fields" were originally associated
    $800 19
In 1992 this "King of the High C's" admitted lip-synching a concert
    $800 9
The emerald-hilt dagger featured in the film "Topkapi" can be seen in this Turkish city's Topkapi palace
    $800 29
He refined his concept of the superman in "Beyond Good and Evil"
    DD: $2,000 24
John Updike has won 2 Pulitzer Prizes for novels about this title character
    $800 16
Robert Redford was flying high as a barnstorming pilot in this 1975 film
    $1000 5
On Nov. 18, 1978 the Jonestown massacre occurred in this country
    DD: $1,600 20
This tenor's name means "peaceful Sunday"
    $1000 10
This largest language instruction company also publishes travel guides
    $1000 30
Some consider his "Critique of Pure Reason" the most influential modern work of philosophy
    $1000 25
This 1939 James Thurber short story about a henpecked husband was first published in The New Yorker
    $1000 17
Robert Duvall as a marine pilot imposed a militaristic lifestyle on his family in this 1979 film

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Ann John Lisa
$6,900 $6,600 $10,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of a famous 1955 event she said, "My only concern was to get home after a hard day's work"

Final scores:

Carol Ann John Lisa
$13,201 $0 $6,599
2-day champion: $26,002 3rd place: Insight 486SX desktop computer 2nd place: TWA trip to Miami to Tortola at The Mornings

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carol Ann John Lisa
$6,900 $5,400 $10,700
19 R,
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,000

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