Show #2102 - Tuesday, October 26, 1993

Rachael Schwartz game 3.


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Jim Newman, a soda jerk originally from Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,699)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 25
The name of this part of the skull that encloses the brain is Greek for "skull"
    $100 8
This First Lady's father, Hugh Rodham, had a cameo role on "Hearts Afire" in 1992
    $100 6
It's considered the national instrument of Scotland
    $100 1
"Aaron cast down his rod before Pharaoh, and before his servants, and it became" this creature
    $100 9
Graham brandies these wrinkled fruits & stuffs them with a cream cheese mixture
    $100 20
Of a caravan, caravel or caraway, the one that's a ship
    $200 26
Resembling a worm, this slender tube attached to the cecum probably has no function in humans
    $200 17
A Michigan businessman paid $22,000 for one of Thing's boxes from this TV series; give him a hand
    $200 7
These clappers popular with Spanish dancers are often attached to a long handle for orchestral use
    $200 2
Genesis 1:2 says that this "was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep"
    $200 10
Graham suggests poaching these & serving them with a lobster chartreuse sauce
    $200 21
As the name suggests, Hermaphroditus was the child of Hermes & this goddess
    $300 27
The soleus & tibialis posterior muscles are found in this part of the body
    $300 18
This host's real middle name is McFeely, & there's a Mr. McFeely in this TV "Neighborhood"
    $300 14
Before it meant a small piano, a spinet was a small one of these earlier keyboard instruments
    $300 3
This king said, "Divide the living child in two, and give half to the one, and half to the other"
    $300 11
A batter made from this potent potable is, in Graham's words, "the only batter to use with fish"
    $300 22
Ladino, a Spanish-Jewish language derived from Castillian, is usually written in this alphabet
    $400 29
The adrenal glands lie atop this pair of organs
    $400 19
Jerry Seinfeld played a joke writer hired by the governor on this Robert Guillaume series
    $400 15
The French call this instrument un hautbois
    $400 4
"When" this disciple "was come down out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Jesus"
    $400 12
Graham garnishes pompano fillets with these New Zealand fruits also known as Chinese gooseberries
    $400 23
Popularly used in southwestern jewelry, this gem is among the birthstones for November
    DD: $800 30
This organ metabolizes carbohydrates
    $500 28
Several different pigs played Arnold on this sitcom, & some of them were female
    $500 16
The name of this stringed instrument, which is played on the lap, is from the Latin for "sweet song"
    $500 5
In the Greek text, the title of this book is apokalypsis Ioannou
    $500 13
Toheroa, a giant green type of this shellfish shows up in one of Graham's special soups
    $500 24
This president shot an elephant now on display at the American Museum of Natural History

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

Rachael Jim Denise
$2,200 $1,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rachael Jim Denise
$4,000 $2,400 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
George Wallace, this state's former governor, called on southern governors to defy integration
    $200 21
South Dakota's Custer State Park has one of the largest herds of these animals in the U.S.
    $200 4
Something that is Beckettian is reminiscent of the works or characters created by this man
    $200 11
His 1892 work "Manao Tupapau" depicts a Tahitian girl terrified by a dead spirit
    $200 16
It's a 3-letter word for an excavation
    $200 22
Though the Army mutinied against this governor of New South Wales in 1808, there wasn't a "Bounty" on his head
    $400 2
This African-American tennis star was denied a visa to play in a South African tournament
    $400 23
A park at Burlington, VT. contains part of a farm that belonged to this Green Mountain Boy
    $400 7
Ezra Pound wrote "The Pisan Cantos" while imprisoned in this country
    $400 12
This artist's sister nan & dentist B.H. McKeevy were the models for his "American Gothic"
    $400 17
A petroglyph is a drawing on this, not paper
    $400 27
He set out around the world in 1519 & had to put down a mutiny in South America in 1520
    $600 3
This first president of Indonesia died in a military hospital on June 21
    $600 24
Windmill Island, a municipal park in this Michigan city, has tulip gardens & a miniature Dutch village
    $600 8
This limerick poet published "Laughable Lyrics", his last book of nonsense poems in 1877
    DD: $2,000 13
He spent the last years of his life in the Villena Palace in Toledo, Spain
    $600 18
The Peking Man found in China was real; the Piltdown Man found in this country was a hoax
    $600 28
This seventh president once had 6 soldier shot for mutiny
    DD: $1,000 5
This African nation's civil war ended with the capitulation of Biafra in January
    $800 25
Covering over 200 acres, Kapiolani Park in Hawaii extends from Waikiki to this extinct volcano
    $800 9
The 1823 book "Peveril of the Peak" is this Scotsman's longest novel
    $800 14
This Flemish "Descent from the Cross" artist owned a lavish estate called Het Steen near Brussels
    $800 19
Polygamy is divided into polygyny, having many wives, and this, having many husbands
    $800 29
In June 1905 there was a famous mutiny aboard this Russian battleship
    $1000 6
This prince was deposed by General Lon Nol in Cambodia
    $1000 26
This Manhattan park's name refers to a line of cannon once mounted to defend the shore
    $1000 10
Diestl is a Nazi ski instructor in "The Young Lions", this "Rich Man, Poor Man" author's first novel
    $1000 15
The name of this "Birth of Venus" artist comes from a nickname meaning "The Little Barrel"
    $1000 20
It's the belief that natural objects & phenomena have souls
    $1000 30
The 1857 mutiny in India is also known as this Revolt

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rachael Jim Denise
$12,800 $4,800 $2,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This North African city controlled the red dye used to color Tarboosh caps

Final scores:

Rachael Jim Denise
$15,000 $9,600 $2,200
3-day champion: $27,699 2nd place: a trip to Atlanta, Georgia + home game 3rd place: a Gibson refrigerator + home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rachael Jim Denise
$13,600 $6,800 $1,900
29 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,300

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Game tape date: 1993-08-24
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