Show #2627 - Tuesday, January 23, 1996


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John Thiel, a psychiatrist originally from Adelphi, Maryland

Mary Margaret Purvis, a math teacher from Rockledge, Florida

Murph Honea, an athletic director from Fort Worth, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In October 1994 she became the first British sovereign to make a state visit to Russia
    $100 7
A coin put in a 1615 vending machine opened a locked top so customers could receive a pipeful of this
    $100 26
When Sonny gets blue, he can think of "Good Times", the film in which he & this partner played themselves
    $100 12
A heart with an arrow through it is often used to symbolize this holiday
    $100 6
This city is home to the Pabst Theater, Pabst Mansion & Pabst Brewery
    $100 18
Something that displays eutexia does this easily, like ice cream
    $200 2
Princess Grace's youngest child, she was born in Monaco's Palais Princier on Feb. 1, 1965
    $200 8
The first practical machine powered by this was used in 1698 to pump water out of mines
    $200 27
She earned an Oscar nomination for starring in "The Rose" & an Emmy nomination for playing Mama Rose in "Gypsy"
    $200 13
The C that represents this number in Roman numerals may stand for centum
    $200 17
This capital city is the state's second most populous
    $200 19
Sometimes experienced on a boat or plane, kinetosis is another term for this
    $300 3
Her illegitimate half-brother James served as regent of Scotland during her imprisonment
    $300 9
These were made more accurate in the late 1600s with the inventions of the pendulum & balance spring
    $300 28
Reba McEntire hit her marks as this markswoman in the 1995 TV miniseries "Buffalo Girls"
    $300 14
Associated with an organization, it's the sign seen on many first aid kits
    $300 23
New Glarus was settled by emigrants from this country's canton of Glarus
    $300 20
It's the often ball-shaped striking end of a hammer, opposite the face
    $400 4
In 1993 King Hussein celebrated his 40th anniversary as ruler of this country
    $400 10
In mid-century Otto Von Guericke was the first to use this device to predict the weather
    $400 29
Sinead O'Connor appeared briefly as this author in a TV version of "Wuthering Heights"
    $400 15
It's the national symbol of Canada
    $400 24
This state nickname was first used for Wisconsin lead miners who dug their homes in hillsides
    $400 21
Pinto horses are usually described as piebald, black & white, or this, white & another color
    $500 5
When this Medici died in 1589, it was said, "It is not a woman who has just expired, it is royalty itself"
    $500 11
While Pascal's could only add & subtract, Leibniz' could multiply
    $500 30
This ever-hip singer played Hymie Kelly in the 1966 film "The Oscar" years before he got "Unplugged"
    $500 16
It's the term for the "and" sign used in typing & printing
    DD: $1,200 25
These 2 Great Lakes lap the shores of Wisconsin
    $500 22
Stipple means to draw or paint with these instead of lines; Seurat was a master

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

Murph Mary Margaret John
$500 $1,400 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Murph Mary Margaret John
$2,800 $2,300 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
As a goddess of this heavenly body, Artemis was sometimes called Phoebe
    $200 20
Howtowdie is a Scottish dish of boiled chicken served with spinach & a poached one of these
    $200 5
In 1908 this British liner crossed the Atlantic in a record 4.6 days; the Germans sank it in 1915
    $200 17
This actress' grandfather, Ed Close, was Marjorie Merriweather Post's first husband
    $200 16
In December 1993 the Catholic Church agreed to establish diplomatic ties with this state founded in 1948
    $200 7
The hero of this Mark Twain novel calls himself "A Yankee of the Yankees....and nearly barren of sentiment"
    $400 2
This winged horse carried thunderbolts for Zeus
    $400 9
This April 18, 1906 natural disaster destroyed 25,000 buildings & left 225,000 homeless
    $400 25
This partner of David Brinkley was a descendant of John Adams & John Quincy Adams
    $400 18
In December 1994 Russia sent 40,000 troops into this breakaway republic
    $400 8
In his 1913 novel "Sons And Lovers", Miriam is based on his close friend Jessie Chambers
    $600 3
While the oldest oracle was at Dodona, the most famous one was Apollo's, located here
    DD: $1,500 13
In 1910 this future president was elected to the New York Senate
    $600 19
In this kind of monarchy, a king's or queen's rule is unrestricted
    $600 10
John Updike called this author's "The Metamorphosis" "An indubitable masterpiece"
    $800 4
Each of these daughters of Zeus & Mnemosyne represented a branch of the arts & sciences
    $800 27
Leyden cheese, produced in this country, is flavored with cumin & caraway seeds
    $800 14
On Nov. 3, 1903 this country rebelled against Colombian rule & proclaimed its independence
    $800 22
Orson Bean's great-grandmother & this "silent" president's mother were sisters
    $800 21
Term for a government that another nation controls, pulling its strings, as it were
    $800 11
Written in 1900, "In the Ravine" is one of this Russian playwright's finest stories
    $1000 6
Hephaestus, the Greek god of fire & metalworking, was identified with this Roman god
    $1000 26
The confection Tocino de Cielo, or "Heavenly Bacon" is a specialty of this European country
    $1000 15
On Sept. 1, 1909 Frederick Cook claimed to have beaten him to the North Pole by a year
    $1000 23
This great female modern dancer & choreographer who died in 1991 was a direct descendant of Miles Standish
    DD: $500 24
Named for a European peninsula, it's the process of one country separating into hostile units
    $1000 12
Wamba is a brave jester who risks his life to save his master Cedric in this Sir Walter Scott novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Murph Mary Margaret John
$3,200 $3,700 $10,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In Spanish-speaking countries, this Disney film is known as "La Sirenita"

Final scores:

Murph Mary Margaret John
$6,400 $2 $10,400
2nd place: Gateway 2000 Desktop Family PC 3rd place: Ascot 5-piece Luggage Set New champion: $10,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Murph Mary Margaret John
$2,500 $3,700 $10,500
8 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
3 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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