Show #2166 - Monday, January 24, 1994


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Ann Hefenieder, an attorney from Billings, Montana

Bob Kitson, an account represenative from Richfield, Minnesota

Barry Rubinowitz, a writer from West Hollywood, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
It's the inverse operation of addition
    $100 1
Rogers & Hammerstein wrote that "it's where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain"
    $100 17
This organization begins its annual Christmas bird count in mid-December
    $100 3
"The Lord set about a mark upon" this son of Adam "lest any finding him should kill him"
    $100 12
The "pot" type of this is very similar to the "cottage" type
    $100 26
The Mirage,
Caesar's Palace
    $200 22
It's the formula for the area of a circle
    $200 2
It's when "you may see a stranger across a crowded room"
    $200 18
Sadie Hawkins Day, held in November, was created by cartoonist Al Capp in this comic strip
    $200 4
The publicans that Luke refers to aren't innkeepers, but collectors of these
    $200 13
The amount of this stimulant in tea leaves is about 3%
    $200 27
Meridien Montparnasse,
George V
    $300 23
Multiply 103 by 106 & you get 10 to this power
    $300 5
A song in "Peter Pan" says, "Look at me way up high, suddenly here am I" doing this
    $300 19
Marylanders celebrate Defender's Day in September with a mock bombardment of this fort
    $300 9
David was afraid to handle this object after God smote Uzza for touching it
    $300 14
Of all the slings, this one with a geographical name is probably the best known
    $300 28
    $400 24
If 2 of the interior angles of a triangle are 90o & 60o, the third one will measure this
    $400 6
The one referred to in the line "You're looks are laughable, un-photographable"
    DD: $1,000 20
Each August this U.S. city hosts the Three Rivers Regatta
    $400 10
1 & 2 Corinthians both begin with this, their author's name
    $400 15
Creme de menthe & creme de cacao both come in this "color"
    $400 29
Monna Lisa,
Villa Medici
    $500 25
Counting up from 1, it's the first whole number that's not a factor of 12
    $500 7
"She's got the banjoes strummin' and plunkin' out a tune to beat the band"
    $500 21
A midieval fair is held each March in Sarasota, Florida to raise funds for this art museum
    $500 11
Naomi's Maobite daughter-in-law who traveled to Bethlehem with her
    $500 16
This leafy green vegetable is one of the many ingredients in spanakopita, a tasty Greek pie
    $500 30

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

Barry Bob Ann
$500 $2,500 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barry Bob Ann
$3,400 $3,100 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
At the 1992 Summer Games, Summer Sanders won 3 medals in this sport
    $200 6
You can see his painting of "The Starry Night" at New York City's Museum of Modern Art
    $200 9
This jacket named for an Indian prime minister had a mandarin-style collar
    $200 1
James Clavell subtitled this 1975 bestseller "A Novel of Japan"
    $400 24
O can be a donor to all of these 3 other major blood groups
    $400 11
Part of the Winter Olympics since 1924, it's steered by ropes or a steering wheel
    $400 7
In 1962 his filmmaker son Jean published a memoir about him
    $400 17
Some fashionable 19th century women wore the leg-of-mutton style of these
    DD: $1,500 2
The book so possessed its readers that it was the bestselling horror novel of the decade
    $600 25
He went to Mexico in 1916 as an aide to this general nicknamed "Black Jack"
    $600 21
The esophagus leads into this organ; the duodenum leads out
    $600 12
The first of the Olympic fencing weapons to be "electrified", it has no invalid target
    $600 8
After she moved to New Mexico, bare bones & desert flowers became frequent motifs in her paintings
    $600 18
In the 1700s, La Camargo, who was this type of dancer, set fashion trends in shoes & coiffures
    $600 3
James Michener captured the history of Maryland's Eastern Shore in this 1978 bestseller
    $800 26
While a teacher at the Mounted Service School at Ft. Riley, he wrote the manual for this curved sword
    $800 22
It may be dangerous for a woman without this antigen factor to have a baby with a man who has it
    $800 13
This British pair's routine to "Bolero" won them the ice dancing gold in 1984
    $800 15
He was born December 2, 1859 in Paris, if you get the "point"
    $800 19
This bulky knot used to tie four-in-hand neckties was named for an English duke
    $800 4
Dr. Herman Tarnower made the bestseller lists in 1979 with his book featuring this diet
    $1000 27
In 1917 he was sent to France, where he set up a school to teach soldiers to drive these vehicles
    $1000 23
When ruptured, this heart-sized organ that destroys old red blood cells has to be removed
    $1000 14
Bart Conner (1984) & George Eyser (1904) are the only Americans to win gold on this apparatus
    DD: $3,000 16
James Boswell dedicated his "Life of Samuel Johnson" to this British rival of Gainsborough
    $1000 20
This couturier's "new look" of 1947 featured narrow waistlines & padded hips
    $1000 5
This author dedicated his 1972 bestseller "to the real
Jonathan Seagull, who lives within us all"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barry Bob Ann
$4,800 $2,000 $7,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

On radio, this pair was played by the creator's daughter, Joan Burroughs, & her husband

Final scores:

Barry Bob Ann
$7,400 $1 $4,900
3-day champion: $26,001 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Barry Bob Ann
$4,200 $3,900 $7,300
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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Game tape date: 1993-11-01
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