Show #2165 - Friday, January 21, 1994


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John Ebbe, a teacher from Dove Canyon, California

David Muir, a computer cunsultant from Los Angeles, California

Barry Rubinowitz, a writer from West Hollywood, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
The Cultural Revolution launched by this Chinese leader didn't officially end until 1976
    $100 1
"Tall and tan and young and lovely", she "goes walking and when she passes, each one she passes goes 'Aah'"
    $100 11
The Rocky Mountain News, not the Post, is this capital city's largest newspaper
    $100 15
Nepal's odd-shaped flag displays symbols for these 2 heavenly bodies
    $100 26
It's the poisonous liquid secreted by scorpions & bees as well as snakes
    $100 6
St. Jerome wrote "Never look" one of these horses "in the mouth"
    $200 20
As a result of this war the Suez Canal was closed in 1967 & didn't reopen for 8 years
    $200 2
A hit from this 1969 film begins "Everybody's talkin' at me, I don't hear a word they're sayin'"
    $200 12
This NYC newspaper has almost 1,000 reporters & editors
    $200 16
The Tour de France ends in this city
    $200 27
In a car, the tank contains gas & the crankcase contains this
    $200 7
The name of this 3-letter month is synonymous with the prime of one's life
    $300 21
In 1923 it became Italy's only legal political party
    $300 3
In 1966 Bobby Darin sang, "If I were" this "and you were a lady, would you marry me anyway?"
    $300 13
This newspaper chain publishes USA Weekend, a Sunday supplement carried by over 300 newspapers
    $300 17
This country with official names in French, German & Italian isn't a member of the U.N.
    $300 28
The prefix hydro- refers to water & this prefix refers to milk
    $300 8
Miss Manners says of eating grapefruit, "If you are not armed with a pointed" one of these "give up"
    $400 22
Japan's Heisei reign began in 1989 with the accession of this emperor
    $400 4
This Elvis chart topper begins "We're caught in a trap, I can't walk out because I love you too much baby"
    $400 14
In 1986 this Baltimore paper was bought by Times Mirror
    $400 24
In Turkey this famous pair of rivers is called the Dicle & Firat
    $400 29
Beneath the earth's surface, it cools into igneous rock
    $400 9
In names of fragrances, it precedes lavender & leather
    $500 23
In 1954 the Geneva Conference separated this country at the 17th parallel
    $500 5
"Why does the sun go on shinning? Why does the sea rush to shore? Don't they know it's" this
    DD: $1,000 18
In 1878 he bought the St. Louis Dispatch for $2500, then merged it with the Post
    $500 25
In 1999 this country will return Macao to China
    $500 30
The first fluorocarbons used as refrigerants were sold under this trade name
    $500 10
The indigo bunting isn't a flag, it's one of these animals

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Barry David John
$2,000 $1,900 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barry David John
$4,200 $2,000 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
He probably wasn't killed at Dunsinane as Shakespeare wrote, but at the Battle of Lumphanan
    $200 14
This British monument stands at the center of Salisbury Plain near Amesbury, Wiltshire
    $200 16
This Dutch city's name means "dam on the Rotte River"
    $200 26
At birth, this cord, which acts as a lifeline for the fetus, may reach 2 feet
    $200 3
In 1957 this author of "Horton Hatches the Egg" founded Beginner Books, Inc., now a div. of Random House
    $200 9
On an automatic gear shift, you'll find it between reverse & drive
    $400 2
Of Mickey, Pluto, Donald or Goofy, the one who was a King of Scotland
    $400 15
A Paleolithic flint industry has been discovered at Grimaldi just east of this principality
    $400 17
German city whose name is derived from the Latin for "colony"; it was once the colony of Agrippina
    $400 27
This natural childbirth method was introduced at a maternity hospital in France in the 1950s
    $400 4
While stationed in Alabama in 1918. he met Zelda Sayre; 2 years later they were married
    $400 10
This greasy substance obtained from wool is widely used in cosmetics
    $600 8
Born in 1566, James VI became king a year later, when this woman, his mother, abdicated
    $600 23
Before a body was turned into one of these in Egypt, some organs were removed to canopic jars
    $600 18
This Italian city's name comes from the Greek Neapolis, which means "new city"
    $600 28
Pregnancy is divided into 3 parts, each lasting about 3 months & called this
    $600 5
This "Deerslayer" author's first book, "Precaution", was written on a dare from his wife
    $600 11
In music it's a loud flourish of trumpets; in general, it's any loud, public display
    $800 12
This House only provided 2 rulers: Robert I & David II
    $800 24
Famous cave art sites include Lascaux in France & Altamira in this country
    $800 19
This Indonesian capital's name dates back to 1527 & signifies victory
    $800 29
Done after the 15th week, it's the most common test for detecting chromosome abnormalities
    $800 6
Her only Pulitzer Prize for fiction was for "One of Ours", not "My Antonia"
    $800 21
It's the support under which a lever pivots
    $1000 13
In 1292 John was the last Scottish ruler to be crowned on this stone before it was moved out of Scotland
    $1000 25
The Ishtar Gate & Procession Street is the best surviving monument in this ancient city
    DD: $1,000 20
One explanation for the name of this Belgian port city is that it means "at the wharf"
    $1000 30
An obstruction can cause an ectopic pregnancy, where, in most cases, the egg develops here
    DD: $1,500 7
From 1922-1924 he was Postmaster of the University of Mississippi
    $1000 22
It's the wide mouth of a river where its current meets the sea's tide

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barry David John
$7,200 $6,200 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The first ballet company founder honored by the Kennedy Center, he was born in St. Petersburg in 1904

Final scores:

Barry David John
$12,401 $7,200 $7,000
2-day champion: $18,601 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barry David John
$7,700 $6,200 $4,700
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $18,600

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Game tape date: 1993-09-28
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