Show #2423 - Wednesday, March 1, 1995

Missing prizes.


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Ray Harp, a credit manager from Anaheim, California

Ben Macrory, a law student originally from Washington, D.C.

Stephen Krisa, a municipal finance officer from Round Hill, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will give you the parts and you identify the machine for us.)
    $100 1
This system that involved vassals & lords flourished in Europe from the 9th-13th centuries
    $100 6
Ed Asner won 5 Emmys for playing this role on 2 different series
    $100 11
It's the length of a senator's term
    $100 21
These small, pug-nosed dogs are known as Pekes for short
    $100 16
Germans call this day before Ash Wednesday Fastnacht, or eve of the fast
    $100 26
Presser foot,
spool pin,
bobbin winder
    $200 2
In 1800 Robert Fulton launched the submarine Nautilus in this country
    $200 7
On Nov. 21, 1980 it was revealed that Kristin Shepard shot him
    $200 12
Of the 3 branches of government, the one the vice president doesn't work in
    $200 22
Many Schnauzers have coats that are described as the color of these 2 seasonings
    $200 17
The British burn effigies of this man on the November 5 holiday named for him
    $200 27
Extension wand,
suction fan,
crevice tool
    $300 3
Established as a training camp in 1918, the U.S. depository was built there in 1936
    $300 8
On the premiere telecast of "Bewitched", Samantha, a witch, married this mortal
    $300 13
To introduce one of these in the House, first drop it in the hopper
    $300 23
For centuries the Bernese mountain dog has pulled wagons in the canton of Bern in this country
    $300 18
It's been a legal holiday in the U.S. since 1892; some folks call it Discovery Day
    $300 28
exhaust duct,
lint trap
    $400 4
On old maps, it's the name of Taiwan
    $400 9
On "WKRP in Cincinnati", night disc jockey Gordon Sims used this on-air handle
    $400 14
The surgeon general is part of this Cabinet department
    $400 24
Types of this sporting dog include the Brittany, American water & Irish water
    $400 19
A zoologist might call it Marmota Monax Day
    $400 29
Push button,
refill, spring,
ball bearing
    $500 5
Part of this group of Woodrow Wilson demands were an independent Poland & freedom of the seas
    $500 10
This doctor's chief of neurosurgery at County General Hospital was Dr. David Zorba
    $500 15
The Constitution is divided into 7 of these
    DD: $500 25
The name of this dog is probably a shortened & altered form of "Eskimo"
    $500 20
Vasanta Pancami, a festival of this religion, honors Sarasvati, the goddess of learning & wisdom
    $500 30
Temperature control,
heel rest,
steam button

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

Stephen Ben Ray
$1,100 $2,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Ben Ray
$2,200 $2,800 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
In 1984 the city of Bhopal in this country was the site of one of history's worst industrial accidents
    $200 30
Henry Luce & Briton Hadden brought out the first issue of this newsmagazine dated March 3, 1923
    $200 1
In 1950 Giacomo Manzu won a commission to create bronze doors for this Roman basilica
    $200 19
In 1993 Gen. John Shalikashvili replaced this man as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    $200 20
A favorite for Welsh rarebit, Lancashire is a type of this
    $200 25
Lynn Redgrave appeared in a 1992 Broadway revival of "The Master Builder" by this Norwegian playwright
    $400 6
Capital of Japan until 1868, it was modeled on the ancient Chinese capital of Ch'ang-an
    $400 11
It's the numerical name of the magazine for young women started by Walter Annenberg in 1944
    $400 2
Antoine Coysevox produced much of the sculpture in this French palace & its gardens
    $400 15
In 31 B.C. Marcus Agrippa, in command of Octavian's fleet, beat the forces of this Roman & this Egyptian
    $400 21
Not surprisingly, the name of this pasta is from the Italian word for "strings"
    $400 26
This "Major Barbara" playwright's "Back to Methuselah" is really five plays in one
    $600 7
The Laotian port city of Louangphrabang lies on this river, 130 miles northwest of Vientiane
    $600 12
In 1941 authors Frederic Dannay & Manfred Lee published the first issue of this "Mystery Magazine"
    $600 3
Canadian artist James Wilson Morrice was the model for Cronshaw in his novel "Of Human Bondage"
    $600 16
He shot down his first plane April 29, 1918 & by the end of WWI was the top ace
    $600 22
These 2 fruit flavors account for over half the jellies sold in the U.S.
    $600 27
Aristotle said that this form of Greek drama evokes pity & fears which lead to catharsis
    $800 8
Jogjakarta in this country was the site of an early 19th century revolt against Dutch rule
    $800 13
Priscilla L. Buckley is a senior ed. of this magazine & her brother William F. Buckley Jr. is editor-at-large
    $800 4
Austrian painter Egon Schiele died in 1918 of this disease that swept Europe
    $800 17
In 1953 this American general became the first soldier to receive the Nobel Peace Prize
    $800 23
It's a round tart with a sweet or savory filling, or a Spanish baked custard coated with caramel
    $800 28
This "Endgame" author wrote "Catastrophe" in 1982 as a tribute-to Vaclav Havel who was then in prison
    $1000 9
Basra is this country's principal port
    $1000 14
In 1994, after 6 years of publication, this magazine, aimed at women over 40, folded
    DD: $1,000 5
Camille Pissarro's work after 1884 was influenced by this pointillist's theory of optical mixture
    DD: $1,400 18
In March 1923 he joined the Royal Tank Corps under the name T.E. Shaw
    $1000 24
It's the Hawaiian term for hot or cold appetizers, often served on a platter
    $1000 29
Great Russian acting teacher who explained his famous "system" in his 1936 book "an actor prepares"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Ben Ray
$4,600 $10,200 $2,500
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 1870s he wrote "The Molly Maguires and the Detectives" & "Criminal Reminiscences and Det. Sketches"

Final scores:

Stephen Ben Ray
$2,499 $9,201 $2,500
3rd place New champion: $9,201 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Ben Ray
$4,600 $11,600 $2,500
17 R,
1 W
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,700

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Game tape date: 1994-11-16
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