Show #2322 - Tuesday, October 11, 1994


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John Halvorson, a writer from Onalaska, Wisconsin

Bill Schilling, a financial aid director from Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania

Bobbie Francis, a gender equity consultant from Chatham, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
A leap year begins on January 1 & ends on this date
    $100 1
Cells of higher organisms have 2 main parts: the cytoplasm & this part that contains the chromosomes
    $100 4
In the 1970s she was a freelance photographer for the Tennessean while her husband Al was a reporter
    $100 21
Legend says this glamorous Scottish queen liked to bathe in wine
    $100 7
In March 1918 the Cyclops became one of the largest ships ever to disappear in this mysterious area
    $100 25
One recipe for bouillon d'escargots calls for 36 of these, already shelled
    $200 6
Insert these 3 letters into "tricennial" to multiply it from every 30 years to every 300 years
    $200 2
This disk-shaped organ in pregnant women connects the fetus to the mother's blood supply
    $200 14
S.L. Potter was a spry 100 years old when he completed one of these jumps from a 210-foot tower in 1993
    $200 22
The wigs worn by ancient Egyptians were often interwoven with jewelry made of this metal
    $200 8
This current makes the winter air west of Norway much warmer than other areas in that latitude
    $200 26
Choucroute, the French version of this cabbage dish, is often cooked with goose fat & juniper berries
    $300 12
Spanish for "quickly", it's from the Latin promptus, "prompt"
    DD: $500 3
It's the most abundant inorganic compound in living matter
    $300 15
Princess Diana & the Aga Khan attended the 1993 wedding of Viscount Linley, the son of this British princess
    $300 23
A white powder made from this grain gave proper Victorian women a pristine pallor
    $300 9
The ancient Romans named the Atlantic after this mountain range in northern Africa
    $300 28
In the dish canard roti aux peches, this meat is served with peaches
    $400 13
Having fun? Then you'll know this is Latin for "time flies"
    $400 19
Epinephrine in these glands increases the heart rate & prepares the body to deal with stress
    $400 16
She's the 1st performer to head the National Endowment for the Arts since its inception in 1965
    $400 24
Some people in India have stained their skin yellow with this expensive yellow spice
    $400 10
The name of this oval-shaped area of the north Atlantic comes from the Portuguese word for "seaweed"
    $400 29
This creamy leek & potato soup was created in the U.S. by a French chef
    $500 18
In 1947 Polaroid introduced this type of photography
    $500 20
The trachea divides into 2 of these tubes that enter the lungs
    $500 17
This poet-singer has been executive pres. of the American Guild of Variety Artists for a record 11 years
    $500 27
This wicked biblical queen touched up her makeup & insulted Jehu before eunuchs threw her out a window
    $500 11
In 1956 the 1st transatlantic telephone cable was laid between Great Britain & Clarenville in this Canadian province
    $500 30
Filled with various mixtures, champignons farcis are stuffed ones of these

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Bobbie Bill John
$500 $1,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bobbie Bill John
$3,400 $2,000 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The city of Beersheba claims to have a well dug by this biblical patriarch
    $200 6
Like Pres. Eisenhower, Mo. Congressman Isaac Newton Skelton IV is known by this nickname
    $200 11
This Indian boy is raised by wolves in Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book"
    $200 16
This playwright dedicated "Long Day's Journey into Night" to his wife Carlotta
    $200 26
He appeared on the $10 Federal Reserve note circa 1914; today, he's on the $20
    $200 21
In the 1930s Charles Goren gave up his law practice to play this game
    $400 2
In 1737 this city passed from the Medicis to the house of Hapsburg-Lorraine
    $400 7
He was the Assistant D.A. of Suffolk County, Massachusetts from 1961-62, while his brother was president
    $400 12
After he boldly asks for more gruel, Mr. Bumble reports him to the chairman of the workhouse
    $400 17
Ethel Merman was right on the mark as markswoman Annie Oakley in this musical
    $400 27
Prior to 1976, this presidential estate was featured on the back of the 2-dollar bill
    $400 22
One of its features is the Mare Humorum or Sea of Moisture
    $600 3
You might want to take "le trek" to this capital of France's Haute-Garonne department
    $600 8
This Ohio senator's middle name is Herschel
    $600 13
He's the ex-football player turned evangelist in a 1927 novel by Sinclair Lewis
    $600 18
In 1992 Jon Voight & Tyne Daly starred in an adaptation of this playwright's "The Seagull"
    $600 28
The 2 U.S. coins that have no milling or ridges around the outer edge
    $600 23
Seiji Ozawa was the first Japanese with this occupation to become prominent in the West
    $800 4
In 1613 the Irish city of Derry was turned over to the government of this city
    $800 9
This Texas gov. who livens up Democratic conventions was born Dorothy Ann Willis in Lakeview, Texas
    $800 14
Characters in this John Bunyan work include Christian, Evangelist & Faithful
    $800 19
The Pulitzer Prize-winning "Talley's Folly" is part of a cycle, that began with "Fifth of" this month
    $800 29
Of the 10 coins first authorized by congress, this 10-dollar gold coin had the largest face value
    $800 24
General called "The Father of American Television"
    DD: $1,000 5
This city on the Neckar River is home to the Solitude Palace & a major German ballet company
    $1000 10
This Arkansas Democrat chairs the Senate Committee on Small Business
    $1000 15
After living in Paris, Clym Yeobright returns to England in this author's "The Return of the Native"
    $1000 20
This Edna Ferber-George S. Kaufman play tells of a group of aspiring actresses living in a boardinghouse
    DD: $2,500 30
All current U.S. coins bear 3 phrases & this single word
    $1000 25
From 1946-1951 this New York City suburb was home to the U.N.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bobbie Bill John
$4,800 $6,200 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Isaac Deutscher's final biographical volume on this Russian was "The Prophet Outcast", covering 1929-1940

Final scores:

Bobbie Bill John
$4,300 $9,601 $3,500
2nd place: Gibson refrigerator, gas range & dishwasher + Jeopardy home game New champion: $9,601 3rd place: Emerson ceiling fan + Jeopardy home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bobbie Bill John
$5,300 $7,200 $6,500
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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Game tape date: 1994-08-23
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