Show #2068 - Wednesday, September 8, 1993

Brian Moore game 2.


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Dale Denno, a lawyer from Cumberland Center, Maine

Maryclaire Stone, a student and homemaker from Sidney, Ohio

Brian Moore, a teacher from Austin, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
A remainder is the number left over after this mathematical operation is performed
    $100 6
This state's largest public collection of books is in the Fort Wayne library system
    $100 11
Under the terms of the 1901 Boxer Protocol, 10 high officials of this country were executed
    $100 25
The Pampas deer lives in the tall-grass regions of this continents plains
    $100 16
In Matthew 14:8 the daughter of Herodias said, "Give me" this "here on a platter"
    $100 1
According to a film title, it's what you dial "for Murder"
    $200 22
The exact value of this, the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, can't be written down
    $200 7
This country's Princess Grace Irish Lib. contains books about Ireland that she collected in the 1960s
    $200 12
In 1897 Zululand became part of Natal, now a province of this country
    $200 26
When used as food, deer flesh is called this
    $200 17
This ultraconservative organization was established 13 years after the death of the man it's named for
    $200 2
This letter looked like a plus sign until the Greeks moved the crossbar to the top
    $300 23
In trigonometry sine is abbreviated sin & this is abbreviated cos
    $300 8
This Illinois city's Newberry Library is world famous for its rare book & Indian culture collections
    $300 13
He was the ruler of the Aztecs at the time Cortes came a-calling
    $300 28
The largest kind of this largest member of the deer family lives in Alaska
    $300 18
This name for a symbol of England comes from a character in the pamphlet "Law is a Bottomless Pit"
    $300 3
Turn your small p's & q's upside down & they'll resemble these 2 small letters
    $400 24
This can be the third power of a number or, in geometry, a solid figure with 6 square faces
    $400 9
George Washington's collection of books is housed at the Athenaeum Lib. in this New England capital
    $400 14
After becoming czar in 1855, Alexander II began negotiating a peace to end this war
    $400 29
A deer's stomach has this many chambers, like a cow's
    $400 19
This man said, "Before I let your steam drill beat me... I'd die with this hammer in my hand"
    $400 4
The major blood types are represented by these 3 letters
    $500 27
This type of "strip", a continuous flat loop with 1 twist, has only 1 surface
    $500 10
The first free library in the 13 colonies opened in 1698 in this South Carolina port
    DD: $1,500 15
In a 1057 battle, Macbeth was killed by the son of this king, his predecessor
    $500 30
Contrary to popular belief, this deer provides little of the livelihood of Europe's Lapps
    $500 20
This phrase is the personification of malt liquor or of alcoholic beverages in general
    $500 5
It's the symbol for the first element on the periodic table

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

Brian Maryclaire Dale
$3,000 $0 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Maryclaire Dale
$5,500 $200 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
This country has 47 local governments called prefectures, including Akita, Fukui & Osaka
    $200 22
Alfred Drake was Rodgers & Hammerstein's 1st choice to play the ruler of Siam in this musical
    $200 16
After her solo flight across the Atlantic, she made the 1st solo flight from Hawaii to California
    $200 6
At the time of his death in 632, most Arabs accepted him as prophet
    $200 1
Julie Krone has won over $50 million in purses in this sport
    $200 11
These German brothers were in their 20s when they published their 1st fairy tale collection in 1812
    $400 18
This canal separates Asia from Africa
    $400 23
Ernie Kovacs' wife Edie Adams was the first actress to play Daisy Mae in this musical
    $400 25
Within a 4-year period, Richard E. Byrd became the 1st person to fly over these 2 extremes
    $400 7
In 1032 this city's doge lost his absolute power
    $400 2
It made headlines in January 1993 when this young woman enrolled in the Sidwell Friends School
    $400 12
Claire Clairmont, who had a child by Lord Byron, was this "Frankenstein" author's stepsister
    $600 19
This river is navigable from its delta in Vietnam to Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    $600 24
Hans Conried played a Bulgarian sculptor in this Cole Porter musical named for a dance
    $600 26
His 1st flight through the sound barrier was kept secret from the general public for months
    $600 8
This title by which the Mongol conqueror Temujin is known means "universal ruler"
    $600 3
This German figure skater & 2-time Olympic gold medalist is back in training for the 1994 games
    $600 13
Harriet, this "Vanity Fair" author's daughter, was the 1st wife of V. Woolf's father, Sir Leslie Stephen
    $800 20
In the number of followers, most of them in India, it's Asia's chief religion
    $800 29
James Mitchell of "All My Children" danced to "They Call The Wind Maria" in this 1951 musical
    $800 27
He made the 1st solo flight around the world just 2 years before his death with Will Rogers
    $800 9
This heiress of Aquitaine married Frances Louis VII & England's Henry II
    $800 4
French singer Vanessa Paradis is the girl in the birdcage in this perfumer's Coco ads
    DD: $2,700 14
The heroine of his book "The Little Drummer Girl" was based on his sister, actress Charlotte Cornwell
    $1000 21
It's divided into 4 provinces: Sind, Northwest Frontier, Punjab & Baluchistan
    $1000 30
In the '70s they were playing this composer's songs in "They're Playing Our Song" & "A Chorus Line"
    $1000 28
The most successful German dirigible, it made the 1st airship flight around the world in 1929
    $1000 10
Jacques de Molay was the last grand master of this order of knights
    DD: $1,300 5
Mrs. Jay McMullen, she was mayor of Chicago from 1979-1983
    $1000 17
Anthony Hope, who wrote "The Prisoner of Zenda", was this "Wind in the Willows" author's 1st cousin

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Maryclaire Dale
$8,200 $2,200 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Name shared by cities on the Kennebec & Savannah rivers; one of them is a state capital

Final scores:

Brian Maryclaire Dale
$8,801 $1 $4,400
2-day champion: $21,802 3rd place: Meade model 312 telescope + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa + love seat & S&S Mills carpeting + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brian Maryclaire Dale
$9,900 $2,200 $5,700
28 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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Game tape date: 1993-07-19
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