Show #2155 - Friday, January 7, 1994

Kurt Bray game 5.


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Donald Vanderweit, a technical writer from Los Angeles, California

Gillian Bagwell, an actress originally from Berkeley, California

Kurt Bray, a scientist from Oceanside, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $34,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Among bears this far northern species is the best swimmer
    $100 5
In "Casablanca" it's the song Bogart is referring to when he says, "If she can stand it, I can!"
    $100 20
An arched passageway, or an amusement center where you can spend your "penny"s
    $100 8
This creator of Sherlock Holmes died in July
    $100 25
Central Railway of Peru, the world's highest standard-gauge railroad, crosses this mountain range
    $100 14
When used as a sun shade, it's usually called a parasol
    $200 2
Native to the Russian far east, this tiger now numbers fewer than 300
    $200 6
She asked Cary Grant, "Why don't you come up sometime and see me? I'm home every evening"
    $200 21
The New South Church built in this Mass. city in 1814 features a neoclassical octagonal nave
    $200 10
On November 2, Ras Tafari was crowned emperor of this country, renaming himself Haile Selassie
    $200 26
First used in Japan around 1870, this 2-wheeled cart usually had a hood to protect the passengers
    $200 15
In mythology it's the Roman name for Odysseus
    $300 3
Named for a small Indonesian island, this huge lizard also lives on neighboring Flores Island
    $300 9
Bette Davis played a deranged ex-child star in this 1962 film that co-starred Joan Crawford
    $300 22
When the Turks turned Hagia Sophia into a mosque, they added 4 of these towers to its exterior
    $300 12
Sir Thomas Lipton's 31-year quest for this trophy ended when his ship Shamrock V lost off Newport, R.I.
    $300 27
Named for an English county, it's a 2-seated, 4-wheeled carriage with or without a fringed top
    $300 16
Freud called this part of the mind the "id"
    $400 4
Female Nile crocodiles transport their newborns to water in this way
    $400 11
Jeffrey Hunter played this, his most famous role, in the 1961 film "King of Kings"
    $400 23
Catalan architect who designed the strikingly odd Casa Mila Apartment House in Barcelona
    DD: $1,500 13
Charles Evans Hughes was confirmed in this job February 13, replacing William Howard Taft
    $400 29
Lighters are a type of these flat-bottomed cargo boats used chiefly in sheltered waters
    $400 17
In 1993 a car bomb was responsible for damaging over 20 paintings at this art gallery in Florence
    $500 7
The spotted species of this mammal is known in the southern U.S. as the "Hydrophobia Cat"
    $500 28
Laurence Olivier dyed his hair blond for this role, which won him an Oscar as the "Best Actor" of 1948
    $500 24
The decorated form of this medieval style can be seen in the Angel Choir of Lincoln Cathedral
    $500 19
This country withdrew its forces from the Rhineland in June, 5 years earlier than required
    $500 30
It's the device in a plane's "black box"
    $500 18
From the Latin for "hoof", it's any hoofed mammal

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Kurt Gillian Donald
$3,800 $100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kurt Gillian Donald
$7,400 $600 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
He wrote about his early days as a trumpeter in "Satchmo: My Life in New Orleans"
    $200 20
New Providence, one of the smallest islands in this group, is the site of the capital, Nassau
    $200 12
Used as an herb & a spice, this member of the parsley family is main flavoring agent in pickles
    $200 11
All schools in the Southwest Conference are located in this state
    $200 3
In 1957 the symbol for this gaseous element was changed from A to Ar
    $200 1
This author of "Robinson Crusoe" is regarded as one of the founders of the English novel
    $400 24
His burial site & the church where he served as assistant pastor are part of a historic district in Atlanta
    $400 21
Traditional Eskimo settlements on this largest island are still found on its northwest coast
    $400 13
Quick breads differ from standard breads in that they're made from leavenings other than this
    $400 16
In 1925 a sportswriter began using this nickname for Michigan State's teams & it stuck
    $400 4
It's defined as sound reflected from an object back to its source
    $400 2
Her futuristic novel "The Last Man" is considered her finest after "Frankenstein"
    $600 28
Author Ernest Gaines gained fame for his 1971 fictional "Autobiography of" this woman
    $600 25
Spanish explorer Ortiz de Retes named this second-largest island after a place in Africa
    $600 14
This Louisiana chef was the first to make blackened fish that wasn't a mistake
    $600 17
Miami University is not in Florida, but in Oxford in this state
    $600 7
From fruit fly experiments, Thomas Hunt Morgan proved that genes are located on these units
    $600 5
He wrote "She" as well as "King Solomon's Mines"
    $800 29
In 1900 this educator founded the National Negro Business League
    $800 26
The Swedish island of Gotland is the largest in this sea
    $800 15
Topped with strawberries & whipped cream, these European treats were a hit at the 1964 N.Y. World's Fair
    DD: $3,000 18
This New England school is the only one in the Ivy League called a college, not a university
    $800 8
2 flexor muscles bend the arm at the elbow: the brachialis & this one
    $800 6
"Under the Greenwood Tree" was the 1st of his novels set in what he would later call Wessex
    $1000 30
In 1976 the home of this late U.N. diplomat was designated a national historic landmark
    $1000 27
This U.S. territory is the largest & southernmost of the Mariana Islands
    $1000 22
This thickener with a French name is made by heating equal parts of butter & flour to form a paste
    $1000 19
This Nashville school was chartered as the central university of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South
    DD: $4,000 10
In ecology the part of the Earth & its atmosphere in which all organisms live is termed this
    $1000 9
After leaving the office of prime minister in 1880, he completed his final novel, "Endymion"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kurt Gillian Donald
$13,400 $3,200 $4,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1/4 of Americans claim this central European ancestry, making it the nation's largest ethnic group

Final scores:

Kurt Gillian Donald
$16,400 $2,001 $6,401
5-day champion: $51,100 3rd place: Panasonic check printing accountant + Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune video games for the Super NES & Sega Genesis 2nd place: a trip to Boston

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kurt Gillian Donald
$12,300 $3,200 $4,200
33 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
5 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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Game tape date: 1993-09-21
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