Show #2487 - Tuesday, May 30, 1995


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David Brent, a lawyer from Oak Park, Illinois

Bill Atkinson, a student from Mapleton, Utah

Mike Creed, an antique and collectibles dealer from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
His sister Miriam watched as he was discovered by Pharaoh's daughter on the Nile
    $100 1
This duo's "Love Will Keep Us Together" won a 1975 Grammy for Record of the Year
    $100 3
In this novel the slogan "Big Brother Is Watching You" appears on large posters
    $100 6
The key in Cuba's coat of arms symbolizes that Cuba is the key to this gulf
    $100 18
This brand's "classic yellow mustard" is advertised as "America's Favorite"
    $100 26
In names of parties, it follows "open" & precedes "warming"
    $200 12
It was Peter's original name
    $200 2
In 1972 Looking Glass told her, "You're a fine girl, what a good wife you would be"
    $200 4
In "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea", the name of this captain of the Nautilus means "nobody"
    $200 7
Prince Albert is this tiny European country's heir apparent
    $200 19
Devils on horseback are oysters wrapped in this breakfast meat
    $200 27
2 stars named Saiph & Rigel mark the legs in this constellation depicting a hunter
    $300 10
Jesus told many of these short stories with double meanings, including that of the unjust judge
    $300 20
This group's "Wooly Bully" was named Billboard's No. 1 single of 1965 though it never hit No. 1
    $300 5
The last Erle Stanley Gardner novel to feature this attorney was 1973's "The Case of the Postponed Murder"
    $300 16
Simon Bolivar's birthplace is one of the main attractions in this Venezuelan capital
    $300 23
After boiling this lingual meat, you may want to serve it with horseradish sauce or Harvard Beets
    $300 28
In 1984 this shipping heiress married husband no. 4, French businessman Thierry Roussel
    $400 13
A standard unit of weight equal to about 1/2 ounce, or the silver coin of that weight
    $400 21
A photo of a medieval English church inspired this 1966 hit by The New Vaudeville Band
    $400 8
In 1932 this Pearl Buck novel was dramatized by Owen & Donald Davis
    $400 15
The university of this Bulgarian capital was founded in 1888
    $400 24
Vieux acajou, which means "old mahogany", is a dark type of this liquor made in Martinique
    $400 29
The name of this gem comes from the Latin for "seawater"; it was named for its color
    $500 14
This apostle was en route from Fair Haven to Phoenix when he & his captors were shipwrecked
    $500 22
After an absence of 8 years, this duo again reached the Top 10 with "Rock and Roll Heaven" in 1974
    DD: $500 9
At the end of a Sinclair Lewis novel, this physician retires to a Vermont farm to make serum
    $500 17
Flamingos sometimes outnumber people on this Caribbean island, the "B" of the ABC Islands
    $500 25
It's the traditional color of the icing on Lady Baltimore Cake
    $500 30
This stone used to smooth the feet has also been used to whiten the teeth

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

Mike Bill David
$800 $1,400 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Bill David
$1,600 $2,200 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
Grand Duchess Olga, born in 1895, was the eldest child of this czar & czarina
    $200 6
They're usually divided into 4 sections: the Southern, Central, Northern & Canadian
    $200 26
The University of St. Andrews awarded this lightning rod inventor an honorary degree
    $200 1
He served under Andrew Jackson in the campaign against the Creek Indians before he became president of Texas
    $200 13
In 1974 Quebec, Canada declared this to be its sole official language
    $200 20
In 1928 she & her husband Alfred Lunt appeared simultaneously in plays by Eugene O'Neill
    $400 16
This current monarch is the son of the Count of Barcelona, who was the last surviving son of King Alfonso XIII
    $400 5
Sagarmatha, meaning "goddess of the universe", is the Nepalese name for this mountain
    $400 27
On June 8, 1994 this U.S. president received an honorary degree in civil law from Oxford
    $400 2
The date on Delaware's flag, December 7, 1787, is when Delaware became the 1st state to do this
    $400 12
About half of all Korean words come from this language
    $400 21
The great 19th C. actress Eleanora Duse played this Shakespearean heroine at Verona when she was 14
    $600 17
Anne-Marie, the exiled queen of Greece, is the younger sister of this country's Queen Margrethe II
    $600 7
Algonquin Peak in New York is one of the highest peaks of this range
    $600 28
In 1907 this American author of "Roughing It" received an honorary degree from Oxford
    $600 3
John Carver, elected the first governor of this colony in November 1620, died the following April
    $600 11
These 2 languages are often grouped together & called Hirdu
    $600 22
Charley's aunt is from this country, "where the nuts come from"
    DD: $1,800 18
On Sept. 7, 1533 she gave birth to the future Queen Elizabeth I
    $800 8
Ordesa & Monte Perdido National Park in Spain was founded to protect the natural beauty of these mountains
    $800 29
Boswell recorded that this man received an honorary doctorate from Trinity College in 1765
    $800 4
In 1809 this noted hostess became the first U.S. first lady to throw an inaugural ball
    $800 14
The Indian language of Mosquito is native to the Mosquito Coast of Honduras & this country
    $800 23
Noel Coward's 1925 play about an eccentric actress, or rhinitis caused by allergy to pollen
    $1000 19
Prince Henry of Mecklenburg-Schwerin was the father of this queen who was born in The Hague in 1909
    DD: $1,500 9
Monte Somma Ridge was formed during a prehistoric eruption of this volcano
    $1000 30
Harvard gave this author of "The Tin Drum" an honorary degree in 1976
    $1000 10
This 4-time N.Y. governor was the first Roman Catholic to run for president on a major party ticket
    $1000 24
The novel "Enemies: A Love Story" was originally written in this Germanic language
    $1000 25
Garson Kanin wrote & directed this Judy Holliday comedy that opened on Broadway in 1946

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Bill David
$5,200 $5,800 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

4 Republican, 2 Democrat & these 2 Whig presidents have died while in office

Final scores:

Mike Bill David
$10,200 $10,001 $2,799
2-day champion: $29,500 + Jeopardy! '92 home game 2nd place: Trip to Miami & Curacao + Jeopardy! '92 home game 3rd place: Hammerman gold earrings + Jeopardy! '92 home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mike Bill David
$5,200 $6,300 $5,700
16 R,
4 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,200

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Game tape date: 1995-01-31
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