Show #2323 - Wednesday, October 12, 1994


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Matt McDonald, a teacher from Chicago, Illinois

Kevin Leonard, an international consultant originally from South Amboy, New Jersey

Bill Schilling, a financial aid director from Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
February 17, 1923:
This king's "tomb opened; not disturbed"
    $100 8
Luciano Pavarotti sings the praises of this Angela Lansbury series but he told TV guide, "I always know who did it"
    $100 22
Also called crocking, bleeding refers to the loss of this by a textile during cleaning
    $100 1
The Grand Canyon, Painted Desert & Petrified Forest are all in this state's Colorado Plateau region
    $100 21
The L.A. Fire Dept. says to change the batteries in these yearly; maybe the day you set your clock back
    $100 16
In an 1856 speech, Abraham Lincoln called this document "the only safeguard of our liberties"
    $200 3
May 10, 1994:
"Power shifts in S. Africa—parliament votes" him "first Black president"
    $200 9
First names shared by the parents of Matt Groening & his creation Bart Simpson
    $200 24
Muslin is always made from this fiber
    $200 7
Covering about 45 acres west of downtown Boston, this is the United States' oldest public park
    $200 23
According to a Chrysler repair shop, it'll cost you over $500 to replace this after it pops out
    $200 17
Around 1510 he wrote in his notebooks, "The Medici created and destroyed me"
    $300 4
January 23, 1901:
"Britain mourns the death of" this "sovereign"
    $300 11
John Ratzenberger said of playing this character, "Hey, I did for postmen what Art Carney did for sewers"
    $300 25
This fabric is named for the French town of Cambrai where it was created
    $300 10
The National Aquarium is located in this Maryland city, not in Washington, D.C.
    $300 28
Plummeting was a fear of elevator users until he came up with a safety brake
    $300 18
The lithosphere is the solid portion of the Earth & this is the portion covered with water & ice
    $400 5
May 19, 1980:
This volcano "erupts; 6 killed"
    $400 12
Danny Bonaduce said he'd even play Shirley Jones if this TV series ever does a reunion show
    $400 26
Angora, made from the pure white hair of this lagomorph, is not classified as a type of wool
    DD: $600 14
This state leads the nation in the cash value of its agricultural production
    $400 29
Developed by a German scientist in 1908, people find its clicks very "rad"; "U" will, too
    $400 19
The pits of this fruit have been used to clean jet engines as well as to make laetrile
    $500 6
May 16, 1972:
This governor "shot, paralyzed in both legs" at Maryland rally
    $500 13
A log of this series' cast of characters would include Catherine Coulson as the Log Lady
    $500 27
A tjanting is the tool used to apply wax to fabric in this process associated with Indonesia
    $500 15
Of states bordering the Atlantic Ocean, this New England state has the shortest coastline, 13 miles
    $500 30
From the French for "to shield a fall", it's a safety device for an aviator
    $500 20
A verse from this children's song was the 1st thing ever recorded by Thomas Edison for his phonograph

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

Bill Kevin Matt
$800 $2,600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Kevin Matt
$2,400 $3,100 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

ON "Q"
    $200 11
This leader of the "Untouchables" later cleaned up Cleveland, Ohio
    $200 16
Colloquial 2-word name for a female issuer of parking tickets
    $200 27
This author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" sometimes used the pen name Christopher Crowfield
    $200 21
In 1975 he campaigned for president by saying, "I'm not from Washington and I'm not a lawyer"
    $200 1
This South American river's basin separates the Guiana highlands from the Brazilian highiands
    $200 6
Though his name can also be spelled with a "G" or "K", World Book lists this Libyan leader under "Q"
    $400 12
The site of this "Last Stand" soldier's home is now the Monroe County, Michigan Historical Museum
    $400 17
1 of the 2 nicknames for London policemen that came from the name of their founder, Robert Peel
    $400 30
Late Australian author Kylie Tennant's unusual first name is an Aborigine word for this weapon
    $400 22
In 1898 ambassador to Britain John Hay described this U.S. conflict as "a splendid little war"
    $400 2
Province of Ecuador whose name translated into English becomes the "tortoise" islands
    $400 7
A clever or witty remark
    $600 13
After he became a magistrate of Carthage in 196 B.C., he went into exile to avoid being turned over to the Romans
    $600 18
Grover Cleveland & Pat Garrett were among those to serve as one of these lawmen
    $600 28
Clifford Henry, her fiance who died in WWI, may have been the model for Ashley Wilkes
    $600 23
In 1978 this Egyptian president said, "Peace is much more precious than a piece of land"
    $600 3
This country's most populous state is North Rhine-Westphalia
    $600 8
Tradition says that this game similar to horseshoes was played in the ancient Greek pentathlon
    $800 14
This defender of Scopes was once tried & acquitted of attempting to bribe a juror
    $800 19
In California CHP stands for this
    $800 24
"Atlas Shrugged" author who wrote the screenplay for the J. Jones-J. Cotten film "Love Letters"
    $800 25
In one "Crisis" pamphlet, he wrote, "Character is much easier kept than recovered"
    DD: $1,500 4
This country is bordered by France, Switzerland, Austria & Slovenia
    $800 9
It's the Indian name for a large hard-shell clam
    $1000 15
In 1980, 125 were injured in protests coinciding with her investiture as queen of the Netherlands
    $1000 20
It's the current full name of the group founded as the North-West Mounted Police
    DD: $1,900 29
This American novelist published her "Oriental Cookbook" in 1972
    $1000 26
On Oct. 5, 1877 this Nez Perce chieftain said, "Hear me, my chiefs. My heart is sick and sad"
    $1000 5
This largest South American island is shaped like a triangle with its base on Beagle Channel
    $1000 10
This oil-rich country is the only nation in the world whose name begins with Q

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Kevin Matt
$8,300 $11,800 $4,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

To cure his affliction he was told to bathe in the Pactolus River

Final scores:

Bill Kevin Matt
$7,001 $5,999 $4,000
2-day champion: $16,602 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa & loveseat & Harris lamps + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or SNES + Jeopardy home game 3rd place: Artisan House lighted pedestals + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or SNES + Jeopardy home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Kevin Matt
$7,600 $10,900 $4,500
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,000

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Game tape date: 1994-08-23
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