Show #2296 - Monday, September 5, 1994

Steve Chernicoff game 3.
First game of Season 11.
First show taped at Sony Pictures Studios and produced by Columbia TriStar Television.


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Michael Rebain, a contract specialist from Washington, D.C.

Sandy Mannix, a communications specialist from Chester Springs, Pennsylvania

Steve Chernicoff, a technical writer from Berkeley, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

JULY 4, 1994
(Alex: Think back to that date.)
    $100 6
The U.S. Coast Guard intercepted over 3,000 refugees on boats from this country
    $100 16
Mattel has made more than 1 billion pairs of shoes for this doll
    $100 1
This poet's birthplace & museum lie near the Brig O'Doon featured in his poem "Tam O'Shanter"
    $100 11
Grapefruits are classified as either white or this color
    $100 24
This product introduced the slogan "It's the real thing" in 1942
    $100 17
"Actions speak louder than" these
    $200 7
His return to Gaza after a 27-year exile made headlines
    $200 22
The Jessica dolls sold by this Osmond on QVC are inspired by her own daughter Jessica
    $200 2
You'll find the more than 20-ton Aztec "sun stone" in the Museo Nacional de Antropologia in this capital city
    $200 12
"Mary Ann's Gilligan's Island Cookbook" features 13 recipes for this kind of cream pie
    $200 25
In 1992 this international carrier bought Australian Airlines
    $200 18
The 2 things that "make Jack a dull boy"
    $300 8
The French declared a safe zone in this country after rebels took its capital of Kigali
    $300 23
Many ancient dolls were made from this substance, but most of them probably have melted by now
    $300 3
The Tate Gallery is housed in a neoclassical building that overlooks this river
    $300 13
The winesap is not a grape, but a type of this
    $300 26
In the 1989 film "Roger & Me", Roger was Roger Smith, the CEO of this auto corporation
    $300 19
"Home is where the heart is" & "a man's home is" this
    $400 9
The U.S. opened its new embassy in this Bosnian capital during a cease-fire
    $400 28
In the 19th century, china heads & limbs for dolls were made in Meissen in what is now this country
    $400 4
Every year this Fifth Avenue art museum decorates a Christmas tree with beautiful Baroque angels
    $400 14
Used in pralines & widely grown in the South, the paper shell varieties of this nut are the best
    $400 27
Akio Morita, who founded this electronics giant, was born into a sake-making family in 1921
    $400 20
According to a proverb, it's what you should do with "well enough"
    $500 10
The 1994 Philadelphia Liberty Medal was awarded to this Czech president
    DD: $600 29
These Hopi dolls that personify spirits are often carved from cottonwood
    $500 5
This natural history museum's original name was the Columbian Museum of Chicago
    $500 15
Nuts from the black and English varieties of this tree are sometimes picked green for pickling
    $500 30
Advanced Night Repair, a skin care product, is one of this cosmetics giant's best sellers
    $500 21
A choice for some anglers might be to "fish or" do this

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

Steve Sandy Michael
$3,500 $500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Sandy Michael
$4,400 $1,300 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
In 1990 Syria's troops joined the Allied forces in preparing to attack this invader of Kuwait
    $200 7
New Britain, the "Hardware City" of this state, is about 10 miles southwest of Hartford
    $200 2
Since 1869 its membership has been set at a Chief Justice & 8 Associate Justices
    $200 18
His novel "Oliver Twist" is subtitled "The Parish Boy's Progress"
    $200 26
Almost all U.S. locomotives use this type of engine to create power
    $200 1
In 1615 Thomas Rolfe was born to John Rolfe & this Indian princess in Colonial Virginia
    $400 9
The ancient Phoenicians' homeland is now part of this country known for its cedars
    $400 14
Mobile is nicknamed the "City of" this many "Flags", which makes it sound like a theme park
    $400 3
This party to which John Adams belonged disappeared from national politics after the 1816 election
    $400 22
R. K. Narayan writes novels & stories set in Malgudi, a fictional village in this large Asian country
    $400 27
About 20% of the funds for this semipublic railroad corporation are provided by Congress
    $400 11
On March 4, 1681 this Quaker was granted a charter for a colony west of the Delaware River
    $600 10
It was built with the help of the French between 1859 & 1869
    $600 15
Carter's Grove is among the loveliest of this state's James River Plantations
    $600 4
This Constitutional Amendment was proposed by Congress in 1917, ratified in 1919 & repealed in 1933
    $600 23
Clive is an art student in love with his cousin Ethel in "The Newcomes" by this "Vanity Fair" novelist
    $600 30
Most commonly, it's 4' 8 1/2"
    $600 19
This English author was the Clerk of the Acts of the Navy when he kept his "Diary"
    $800 12
In a 1948-49 war, this country increased its territory by about 50%
    $800 16
Brattleboro has been called the place "Where" this state "Begins"
    DD: $2,000 5
The Coast Guard, once part of the Treasury, falls under the jurisdiction of this dept. during peacetime
    $800 24
She wrote several novels, including "The Burden", under the "Mysterious" pseudonym Mary Westmacott
    $800 29
Compressed air in a rock drill inspired George Westinghouse to invent this in 1869
    $800 20
In early 1944 he took command of the U.S. Third Army for the French Campaign
    DD: $2,000 13
In 1984 women voted for the first time in this Hashemite kingdom
    $1000 17
The Skowhegan State Fair, held in this state since 1818, is said to be the nation's oldest continuing fair
    $1000 6
In 1993 this Alabama governor was forced to step down after a conviction on felony ethics charges
    $1000 25
Carol Kennicott struggles to change the town of Gopher Prairie in this Sinclair Lewis novel
    $1000 28
In 1981 France began operating this high-speed train capable of speeds of up to 235 mph
    $1000 21
In 1951 this retailer published an autobiography titled "Fifty Years with the Golden Rule"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Sandy Michael
$11,200 $2,700 $7,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of all the cities that have hosted the Winter Olympics, this one is the farthest north

Final scores:

Steve Sandy Michael
$15,601 $2,700 $0
3-day champion: $35,803 2nd place: Psion Series 3a, Sentry fire-safe media chest 3rd place: Benrus ladies' gold quartz watch

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Sandy Michael
$13,200 $3,300 $6,800
37 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,300

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Game tape date: 1994-07-19
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