Show #2156 - Monday, January 10, 1994


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Joanne Bollhofer, a pharmacist originally from Hicksville, New York

Blaise Messinger, a word processor originally from Pleasantville, New York

Graydon Hazenberg, a graduate student originally from Thunder Bay, Ontario

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
The president of Argentina works at the Casa Rosada or Pink House in this city
    $100 1
The court is 78 by 27 feet for singles & 78 by 36 feet for this type of play
    $100 2
In 1992 fans "beamed up" to the Smithsonian's Nat'l. Air & Space Museum exhibit devoted to this series
    $100 8
The name of these J.R.R. Tolkien Middle-earth dwellers may have been suggested by Lewis' "Babbitt"
    $100 11
This world's largest rubber company produced the tires used on the Apollo 15 lunar rover
    $100 20
It's sometimes a quadruped, but to move quickly it becomes a biped & leaps
    $200 23
Argentina is one of the world's largest producers of this potent potable, making more than the U.S.
    $200 5
The name of this tennis implement comes from the Arabic rahah, meaning "palm of the hand"
    $200 3
A museum in Philadelphia has the largest display of this French sculptor's works outside of Paris
    $200 9
Her curiosity at seeing a rabbit with a waistcoat & pocket watch leads her down the rabbit hole
    $200 13
In 1926 German automaker Daimler merged with this company
    $200 22
It's a game played with a baby in which you keep hiding & reappearing
    $300 24
In September 1955 General Eduardo Lonardi succeeded this man as leader of Argentina
    $300 12
In scoring ad is short for this word
    $300 4
Harper's Ferry, West Virginia has a wax museum devoted to this famed abolitionist
    $300 10
She is taken by her Aunt Dete to live with her grandfather on a peak named the Alm
    $300 15
Atlantic Richfield Company, a Los Angeles-based oil co., is better known by this shorter name
    $300 27
Meaning "go away", in the 1910s it followed "23"
    $400 26
The average Argentine eats over 175 pounds of this meat annually
    $400 14
The French Open is played on this type of surface that favors touch over power
    DD: $500 6
At the Tennessee State Museum, you can see Mrs. Sam Houston's guitar & this 7th president's inaugural hat
    $400 16
On an 1865 trip to Europe, she met a Polish youth on whom she modeled Laurie in "Little Women"
    $400 19
Donald J. Hall is the chairman of this Kansas City company & the son of its founder
    $400 28
It's a small error or Yogi Bear's pal
    $500 30
In 1985 Argentina replaced this currency with a new one called the austral
    $500 17
This top-ranked female tennis player was attacked during an April 1993 match in Germany
    $500 7
Picasso's "Guernica", now in Madrid, hung in this U.S. Museum from 1939 to 1981
    $500 18
The little locomotive in this Watty Piper book says "I think I can-I think I can"
    $500 25
Based in Geneva, Switzerland, Arthur Andersen & Compnay, SC is the world's 4th-largest firm in this field
    $500 29
A hullabaloo or sensational publicity

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

Graydon Blaise Joanne
$600 $100 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Graydon Blaise Joanne
$2,500 $1,800 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
In 1755 Mikhail Lomonosov founded the University of Russia, now this country's oldest
    $200 6
The secret ingredient in Joy of Cooking's Mystery Cake is this condensed red soup
    $200 18
Objects on the state seal include the sun, a steamboat & this type of tree
    $200 24
The central train station in this Dutch capital is one of Petrus Cuypers' most famous works
    $200 14
This largest bird has the fewest toes, 2 on each foot
    $200 1
This actor who played Zorba on film also played him in a musical stage version
    $400 10
In 963 Holy Roman Emperor Otto I deposed John XII from this office & had it given to Leo VIII
    $400 8
Some say this pastry's name is a corruption of "Neapolitan"; others say it was named for an emperor
    $400 20
Water skiing shows & boat tours are a feature of this attraction near Winter Haven
    $400 27
Unity Temple, which he designed for Oak Park, Illinois, is noted for its bold use of concrete
    $400 17
During this winter dormancy, some animals' body temperatures drop to near freezing
    $400 2
This Lerner & Loewe musical opens with the number 'I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight.'"
    $600 11
This country acquired Thessaly & part of Epirus from Turkey in 1881
    $600 9
Ben & Jerry's Chunky Monkey ice cream is this fruit flavor with walnuts and chocolate chunks
    $600 21
This Florida lake borders 5 counties
    $600 28
Chinese-American who designed the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
    $600 19
On a chameleon, this organ is as long as its body
    $600 3
In March 1993 a postage stamp was issued to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this Rodgers & Hammerstein play
    DD: $2,100 12
Boutros Ghali, the Coptic Christian Premier of this country, was assassinated in 1910
    $800 15
This simple dessert that's thickened with eggs is the base for Bavarian cream
    $800 22
This city near Tampa was named for the Russian birthplace of one of its founders
    $800 29
Te flamboyant phase of this medieval style featured flamelike curves in its tracery
    $800 25
Males of the stag species of this insect have jaws that resemble antlers
    $800 4
A harmony group's tour is cut short by a fatal auto accident in the musical comedy "Forever" this
    $1000 13
On June 5, 1900 this city, capital of the Boer Republic of South Africa, fell to the British
    $1000 16
The name of these spicy cookies is German for "pepper nuts"
    $1000 23
Fort Jefferson Nat'l. Monument covers these "dry" islands & the surrounding waters of the Gulf of Mexico
    $1000 30
Sir Basil Spence designed a new cathedral next to the bombed-out ruins of the old one in this English city
    $1000 26
The world's smallest monkeys, they include the pygmy & the golden lion tamarin
    DD: $1,200 5
Sadly, this nostalgic musical was Gower Champion's last; he died just hours before its 1980 premiere

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Graydon Blaise Joanne
$9,000 $8,400 $7,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

King William IV's daughters died in infancy, so this niece succeeded him on the British throne

Final scores:

Graydon Blaise Joanne
$17,000 $1 $14,200
New champion: $17,000 3rd place: Village bedroom set and Jeopardy!/Wheel of Fortune video games for the Super NES/Sega Genesis 2nd place: An NEC notebook computer and In-House Accountant software

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Graydon Blaise Joanne
$7,700 $8,200 $7,000
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $22,900

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Game tape date: 1993-09-27
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