Show #2203 - Wednesday, March 16, 1994

Amy Fine game 4.


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Damon Darlin, a journalist originally from Dubuque, Iowa

Jim Drumm, a substitute teacher from Palm Springs, California

Amy Fine, a wife and mother from Potomac, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $41,003)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
    $100 26
This went into effect June 21, 1788 when New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it
    $100 14
The arena for this film's chariot race covered 18 acres, one of the largest movie sets in history
    $100 12
The fifth sign of the Chinese zodiac, this legendary beast was a symbol of the emperor
    $100 8
On June 10, 1977 this man convicted of killing Martin Luther King, Jr. escaped from a Tennessee prison
    $100 4
Frederick G. Bonfils made this city's Post the most widely read paper published in the Rockies
    $100 1
It's the turned-down corner of the page of a book
    $200 27
In 1963 New Hampshire became the first state in the 20th century to adopt this type of gambling
    $200 15
Film in which Heston asks, "How can I lead this people out of bondage?"
    $200 19
Drivers know that a round red sign with a white horizontal rectangle in its center means this
    $200 9
In 1976 this car company reduced the price of its Gremlin 7.8% to $2,995
    $200 7
Thomas J.C. Martyn, a former editor of Time magazine, founded this rival in 1933
    $200 2
One who is in disfavor is said to be here
    $300 28
The farm where this poet lived 1900-1911 is preserved near Derry, N.H.
    $300 16
This 1974 disaster film in which Los Angeles is reduced to rubble was recorded in Sensurround
    $300 21
Term for the marks used to indicate that something is the same as the item above it
    $300 20
'76 was a bad year for billionaires; April 5 Howard Hughes died; June 6, this oilman passed away
    $300 10
Author William Dean Howells was once an editor of this magazine now edited by Helen Gurley Brown
    $300 3
The type of world marked by ruthless competition & no ethics
    $400 29
You can visit a village built by members of this celibate religious sect in the town of Canterbury
    $400 17
In this film Rex Harrison says, "Michelangelo will paint the ceiling...or he will hang"
    $400 24
1 of 2 nursery rhyme characters featured in the Howard Johnson's logo
    $400 22
In 1979 they became the first Americans to win the World Pairs in figure skating in 29 years
    $400 11
This magazine for African-Americans has a circulation of over 1.8 million
    $400 5
Steven Spielberg & Tim Burton collaborated on this short-lived animated series that aired on CBS in 1993
    $500 30
You can see parts of Maine, Quebec & Vermont from the fop of this, the state's highest mountain
    $500 18
Heston was a circus manager & Jimmy Stewart a clown in this "Best Picture" of 1952
    $500 25
St. Patrick used this plant to explain the Trinity to the Irish
    $500 23
The FBI captured this couple shortly before going in to apprehend Patty Hearst September 18, 1975
    DD: $1,000 13
This current Illinois senator was editor & publisher of the Troy Tribune at age 19
    $500 6
This rock group's most successful single was "Joy To The World", which spent 6 weeks at No. 1

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

Amy Jim Damon
$800 $300 $2,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Jim Damon
$3,000 $1,200 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Chaldeans were noted for their achievements in these 2 fields whose names begin with "astro"
    $200 2
The kalungu, a "talking" drum from this continent, makes sounds that resemble human speech
    $200 4
Literally translated, the name of this popular Italian dish means "pie"
    $200 15
Reagan appointed him to the EEOC; Bush appointed him to the Supreme Court
    $200 18
The man who says,"'Come, Desdemona, I have but an hour of love...we must obey the time"
    $200 10
This long, short-legged German breed comes in 2 sizes: standard & miniature
    $400 3
The Zapotecs, not the Maya, were probably the first people in what is now this country to write
    $400 9
Built in the 18th & 19th centuries, the giraffe was an upright type of this instrument
    $400 5
Hawaiian dish made from cooked taro root pounded to a smooth paste
    $400 16
This abolitionist bought her home in New York from William H. Seward
    $400 19
When "Macbeth" is presented in French, these characters are called Les Trois Sorcieres
    $400 11
Breeds in this group of dogs include the Dandie Dinmont, Kerry Blue & Cairn
    $600 24
Marduk, who became lord of the gods, was the chief god of this city, Nebuchadnezzar's capital
    $600 23
The gittern, which is not to be confused with the cittern, was a medieval form of this instrument
    $600 6
The name of this Chinese-American dish is Cantonese for "miscellaneous fragments"
    $600 17
Before turning author & poet, she toured singing & dancing in "Porgy & Bess"
    $600 20
If you say, "Sweets to the sweet", you're quoting this queen who says it at Ophelia's burial
    $600 12
This Chinese dog was introduced to the West after the British seized the Imperial Palace in 1860
    $800 25
The ancient kingdom of Kush lay along this river in what is now the Sudan
    $800 26
Trommel is the German word for "drum", & this particular drum is a grosse trommel
    $800 7
These miniature cabbages originated in the capital of Belgium in the 13th century
    $800 29
Born Dana Owens, she raps & acts under this "royal" moniker
    $800 21
Reagan's first line in this play is "I am made of that self metal as my sister"
    DD: $1,500 13
Some say this breed named for a Canadian province was developed from dogs imported by Basque fishermen
    $1000 27
"Mausoleum" comes from the name of this ruler of Caria whose mausoleum was erected at Halicarnassus
    $1000 28
This American statesman invented the glass harmonica in the 1760s
    $1000 8
In the 1950s Bananas Foster was created by Brennan's Restaurant in this U.S. city
    DD: $2,000 30
These mayors of Detroit & Los Angeles, both first elected in 1973, decided not to run again in 1993
    $1000 22
Margarelon describes himself as "a bastard son of Priam's" in this tragedy
    $1000 14
In 1931 this dog was declared a national monument of Japan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Jim Damon
$9,100 $3,000 $9,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1923 Henry Ford bought this Mass. tavern & turned part of it into a museum honoring Longfellow

Final scores:

Amy Jim Damon
$18,200 $1,999 $1,200
4-day champion: $59,203 2nd place: Singer dining room set & Schonbek lighting + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: MCI video phones & Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Amy Jim Damon
$8,400 $3,000 $8,200
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
5 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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Game tape date: 1993-12-07
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