Show #2327 - Tuesday, October 18, 1994

Jeopardy! Round only.


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Kirk Childress, a legal assistant from Washington, D.C.

Peg Serenyi, a school librarian from Potomac, Maryland

Bazil Facchina, an attorney from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,650)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
This continent's bridled nailtail wallaby is on the endangered list
    $100 16
This city's Saints team has never won an NFL playoff game
    $100 2
In March 632 Muhammad led his last pilgrimage to this city
    $100 26
The lighthouse keeper of the Lanterna of Genoa in 1449 was the uncle of this explorer
    $100 1
For much of the U.S., this ends on the last Sunday in October
    $100 21
Each cluster, or hand, of this tropical fruit consists of 10 to 20 fingers
    $200 4
The Chapultepec Park Zoo in Mexico City has one of the pairs of these outside China
    $200 17
Before a move to Minneapolis in 1982, this teams home games were played in Bloomington
    $200 10
The symbol of Zoroastrianism, there's one at JFK's grave
    $200 27
This oil powered America's 1st lighthouse at Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbor in 1716
    $200 5
1 of 2 signs of the zodiac found in October
    $200 22
The mazurka is a folk dance of this country
    $300 7
These "in the mist" stars will be missed if they aren't protected
    $300 18
This Denver Broncos quarterback holds the team record for career TD passes
    $300 11
He sought to overcome suffering for 6 years before attaining enlightenment in the 520s B.C.
    $300 28
This branch of the armed services has jurisdiction over U.S. lighthouses
    $300 6
This "Carmen" composer was born in Paris Oct. 25. 1838
    $300 23
At the start of a chess game, only a pawn or this piece may move
    $400 8
California's Morro Bay species of this rodent named for a leaping marsupial is endangered
    $400 19
This Cleveland running back was named UPI's player of the year in 1958, 1963 & 1965
    $400 12
He was the first president & prophet of the Mormon church
    $400 29
This lighthouse built circa 280 B.C. is said to have been more than 400 feet high
    $400 14
On Oct. 20, 1910 he resigned as president of Princeton to run for governor of New Jersey
    $400 24
Its the type of meat that's wrapped around a water chestnut & chicken liver in rumaki
    $500 9
In some areas the common species of this large cat is threatened; the snow species is endangered
    $500 20
As a coach this Fox TV broadcaster is second only to Vince Lombardi in all-time winning percentage
    DD: $500 13
In 1982 over 15,000 Moonies were married in big ceremonies, one in New York, one in this city
    $500 30
In 1781 the first revolving beam went into operation at Carlsten just NW of Goteborg in this country
    $500 15
This battle of Oct. 14, 1066 has also been called the Battle of Senlac
    $500 25
In 1983 Bettino Craxi became this country's first Socialist premier

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

Bazil Peg Kirk
$2,500 $400 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bazil Peg Kirk
$4,400 $1,900 $1,300
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