Show #2395 - Friday, January 20, 1995


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Kathy Craig, a homemaker from Moraga, California

David Bond, a classical guitarist originally from Subury, Massachusetts

Roger Reaves, a teacher originally from Alexandria, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The name of this city on the U.S.-Mexico border means "the pass"
    $100 24
This group's debut LP, "Please Please Me", topped the U.K. charts in 1963
    $100 21
The world's largest national park is located on this, the world's largest island
    $100 16
From Melbourne, Robert O'Hara Burke & William Wills led the first south to north crossing of this continent
    $100 11
According to the Georgia Peanut Commission, over half the peanuts in the U.S. go into this product
    $100 6
It's the second-highest number you can throw with a pair of standard dice
    $200 2
Communities that make the metropolitan area of this city include Brookline & Cambridge
    $200 25
Dr. Dre & Digable Planets won Grammys in 1994 for performances in this music genre
    $200 22
He's the highest-paid actor for a single movie, earning some $60 million for "Batman"
    $200 17
A history of their expedition published in 1814 included a preface by Thomas Jefferson
    $200 12
Peanuts originated on this continent
    $200 7
Woody Guthrie's song "Tom Joad" was inspired by this novel
    $300 3
Statues of Abraham Lincoln & Stephen Douglas stand on the grounds of its capitol building
    $300 28
His Top 10 hits in the 1960s include "Little Sister" & "Return To Sender"
    $300 23
This language invented by Dr. Zadenhof has the fewest irregular verbs—none
    $300 18
His name in Portuguese is Fernao de Magalhaes
    $300 13
Spanish peanuts are used mainly in candy or are pressed to make this
    $300 8
Spook is this comic strip's perennial prisoner
    $400 4
Cow Town, a tourist site in this largest Kansas city, is a reproduction of the early city
    $400 29
In 1968 his "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay" became the first No. 1 posthumous hit by a solo artist
    $400 26
After a performance of "Swan Lake" in 1964, he & Margot Fonteyn received a record 89 curtain calls
    $400 19
After coercing the Aztec emperor Cuauhtemoc to march to Honduras, this conquistador had him killed
    $400 14
During the Civil War Confederate soldiers were singing about "eatin'" these
    $400 9
Alphabetically it was the first sport at the 1992 Summer Olympics
    $500 5
Fort Louis, on the site of this Miss. port city, served as the capital of the Louisiana colony until 1722
    $500 30
His 1959 Top 10 hit "Oh! Carol" was dedicated to singer-songwriter Carole King
    $500 27
The world's largest mosque is the Shah Faisal Mosque near Islamabad in this country
    DD: $500 20
In 1928, while trying to rescue fellow explorer Umberto Nobile, this Norwegian vanished
    $500 15
Because he found over 300 uses for them, he was known as "The Peanut Wizard"
    $500 10
The word hepatic comes from hepar, an old Greek name for this organ

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

Roger David Kathy
$200 $2,100 -$700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger David Kathy
$2,000 $2,300 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
The 1776 New York campaign gave him his first experience as a commander in a major battle
    $200 16
Fittingly, this nation's anthem is "O God, Bestower Of The Blessings Of The Swazi"
    $200 7
In the legends of this country, Lung Wang is the dragon-king
    $200 1
Las Vegas, N.M. has a museum devoted to this regiment led by Teddy Roosevelt in the Spanish-American War
    $200 27
Sections of this Longfellow poem include "The Peace-Pipe" & "The White Man's Foot"
    $200 21
This word for your little finger probably comes to us from the Dutch
    $400 3
When this war ended in December 1814, the federal government faced a debt of over $120 million
    $400 17
"Hatikvah" was the Zionist song before being adopted as this country's national anthem
    $400 8
Geoffrey of Monmouth called this queen Guanhumara
    $400 12
The Jose Hernandez Museum in Buenos Aires specializes in the culture of these Argentine cowboys
    $400 28
"In Flanders Fields" these "blow between the crosses, row on row"
    $400 22
A dialectal word for a rabbit's tail evolved into this word for a young rabbit
    $600 4
In 1968 his power led Congress to rule that FBI directors must be Senate-approved & have 10-year terms
    $600 18
The anthem of this country led by Kim Jong Il is "Let Morning Shine On The Silver And Gold Of This Land"
    $600 9
This youth who fell in love with his own reflection was the son of a river god & a nymph
    $600 13
The rebuilding of the Castle Museum in this capital was financed by Poles from all over the world
    $600 29
His cantata "The Jolly Beggars" includes the chorus "Sing hey my braw John Highlandman!"
    $600 23
This slang word for something remarkable is an alteration of "delightful"; it doesn't refer to a pickle
    $800 5
On May 16, 1910 the Bureau of Mines became a part of this cabinet department
    DD: $900 19
"La Brabanconne" or "The Brabant Song" is the anthem of this European kingdom
    $800 10
Virgil said that Cacus, a fire-breathing giant was the son of this Roman fire god
    $800 14
Electric railroad equipment is exhibited at the Seashore Trolley Museum near Kennebunkport in this state
    $800 30
Keats called this piece of pottery a "Sylvan Historian"
    $800 24
Choreographer Berkeley, or his bearskin hat
    DD: $1,100 6
On Feb. 18, 1965 this Secretary of Defense called for a nationwide network of bomb shelters
    $1000 20
"Soldiers Of God" is the anthem of this largest African country in area
    $1000 11
This lyre-playing god of music is sometimes called Smintheus, which may mean he was also the god of mice
    $1000 15
Memorabilia devoted to this author are housed in a Walnut Grove, Minnesota museum
    $1000 26
In "The Raven" Poe laments the loss of a "rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name" this
    $1000 25
This word for a saucy or brazen woman is derived from an early form of the word "housewife"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger David Kathy
$9,500 $5,900 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1910 she became the first woman novelist elected to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans

Final scores:

Roger David Kathy
$11,000 $11,700 $8,700
2nd place: trip to Mexico City & Zihuatanejo, Mexico New champion: $11,700 3rd place: Gibson refrigerator/freezer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roger David Kathy
$9,400 $5,900 $4,300
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
16 R,
0 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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Game tape date: 1994-10-26
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