Show #2090 - Friday, October 8, 1993

Contestants

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Phil Segal, a journalist from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Christine Palmer, a congressional aide from Riverhead, New York

Tim Joyce, a criminal prosecutor from La Grange, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,700)

Jeopardy! Round

JOHN ADAMS
CLASSIC TELEVISION
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
FLOWERS
HODGEPODGE
    $100 9
Adams took this future president, then a 10-year-old boy, to France in 1778
    $100 10
Secret agents Napoleon Solo & Ilya Kuryakin worked for this spy organization
    $100 19
Each June during the Trooping the Colour ceremony she reviews her troops
    $100 26
Artists depict this supreme Greek god wearing olive or oak leaves on his head; how chic
    $100 2
The purple violet is the flower of this "Garden State"
    $100 1
This possessive word can precede "gold" or "paradise", & we're not jesting
    $200 12
Adams called this "the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived"
    $200 11
After 3 seasons as a parking lot attendant on "77 Sunset Strip", this character became a detective
    $200 20
Truman Day is celebrated on May 8 in this state
    $200 27
The handsome youth Ganymede was Carried off to this mountain to serve as cupbearer to the gods
    $200 4
This flower came to Europe from Turkey in the 16th c. & Holland is now the main commercial producer
    $200 3
In whist the first partnership to score this "lucky" number of points wins the game
    $300 13
Adams wrote "Thoughts on Government" to rebut this man's "Common Sense"
    $300 16
Amount of the tax-free cashier's check given away each week by Michael Anthony
    $300 21
In Christianity it's the day following Shrove Tuesday
    $300 28
The men of Thessaly were such superb horsemen that they may have inspired these horse-men
    $300 5
This consort of Napoleon planted over 200 varieties of roses in her garden at Malmaison
    $300 6
2 of these weapons appear on the flag of Kenya behind a warrior's shield
    $400 14
Adams was defeated for a second term as president by this man
    $400 17
In this series bounty hunter Josh Randall carried a sawed-off carbine which called "Mare's Leg"
    $400 22
In 1966 Congress recognized Waterloo, N.Y. as "The Birthplace of" this holiday that honors war dead
    DD: $1,000 29
Kind of animal associated with Hygeia, the goddess of health, & Asclepius, the god of medicine
    $400 24
Cattleya is the best-known genus of these fancy flowers
    $400 7
Creme de cassis is made from black currants but it's this color, not black
    $500 15
As a lame duck Adams appointed this man Chief Justice, a job he held until 1835
    $500 18
From 1951-1965 regular panelists on this game show were Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen & Bennett Cerf
    $500 23
In 46 B.C. this Roman ruler established January 1 as New Year's Day
    $500 30
Ocypete, Aello & Celaeno are 3 of these terrifying female bird-monsters
    $500 25
Some of these flowers have "beards" that guide insects seeking nectar
    $500 8
Movie director John Hughes was once an editor of this national humor magazine

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

Tim Christine Phil
$2,100 $500 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Christine Phil
$4,300 $2,300 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR I
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
WISCONSIN
WOMEN IN HISTORY
OPERA
ENDS WITH "END"
    $200 20
On May 7, 1915 this British liner was sunk by the German submarine U-20, killing 1200 people
    $200 2
"Mowgli's Brothers" is the first story in his 1894 collection "The Jungle Book"
    $200 10
In 1871 1200 died at Peshtigo in one of these that broke out the same night as Chicago's "Great" one
    $200 16
Disguised as "Frank Thompson", Sarah Edmonds fought in this war's First Battle of Bull Run
    $200 1
Spontini's opera "La vestale" is set in ancient Rome & this is the odd job of Giulia, its title
    $200 8
The period from Friday evening to Monday morning
    $400 21
The war was sparked by the killing of an Austrian archduke in this city that was besieged in 1992
    $400 4
Alger Hiss accuser Whittaker Chambers translated this Felix Salten work about deer into English
    $400 12
From 1836-39 Burlington, now in Iowa, was Wisconsin's temporary capital & this was its permanent one
    $400 22
After retiring from the Amer. Red Cross, she considered going to Mexico to establish one there
    $400 3
This great Italian tenor was the first to play Count Loris Ipanov in Giordano's opera "Fedora"
    $400 9
A title for Martin Luther King or Billy Graham
    $600 27
For capturing 132 Germans near Chatel-Chehery, France, this American was awarded the Medal of Honor
    $600 5
This author of "The Wind in the Willows" was a descendant of Scottish King Robert the Bruce
    $600 17
This animal appears on the state's flag & seal & in its nickname
    DD: $1,000 23
Mary Surratt was among the 4 people hanged for this crime
    $600 15
His comic opera "The Pig-Headed Peasants" is far less famous than his "New World" symphony
    $600 11
A share of profits received by a stockholder
    $800 28
When he arrived in France, this AEF leader laid a wreath on the tomb of the Marquis de Lafayette
    $800 6
This British lord helped initiate the Boy Scout movement with "Scouting for Boys" in 1908
    DD: $1,000 18
The name of this Wisconsin city comes from the "clear water" river it's on
    $800 24
In May 1777 the Pennsylvania State Navy Board paid her £214 for "making ships' colours, etc."
    $800 26
Michael Haydn, this composer's brother, wrote the 1787 opera "Andromeda e Perseo"
    $800 13
The list of symbols on a map or chart
    $1000 29
This French premier represented his country at the Paris Peace Conference
    $1000 7
She wrote "Hans Brinker" without ever having visited Holland
    $1000 19
Last name of 2 of Wisconsin's governors: "Fighting Bob" & Philip
    $1000 25
She wrote the poem that begins. "Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord"
    $1000 30
This 1805 Beethoven work is one of the most famous rescue operas
    $1000 14
To deal with people in a patronizingly superior manner

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Christine Phil
$12,700 $3,700 $5,500
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
This department store now has America's biggest catalog

Final scores:

Tim Christine Phil
$11,700 $7,400 $11,000
2-day champion: $14,400 3rd place: Carey Limousine service + Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! for Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: NEC Versa notebook & Hale Groves gift certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tim Christine Phil
$12,100 $3,100 $5,500
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,700

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Game tape date: 1993-08-02
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