Show #2424 - Thursday, March 2, 1995

Missing prizes.


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Joe Sharkey, a brokerage clerk from San Francisco, California

Susan Trybull, a graduate student from San Francisco, California

Ben Macrory, a law student originally from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
It's the familiar term for a marsupial's marsupium
    $100 1
This movie monster has been played by Lon Chaney, Jr., David Prowse & Robert De Niro
    $100 26
Before settling on this name for his company George Eastman tried many words beginning & ending with K
    $100 17
With the exception of the Tennessee, Alabama's rivers flow toward this gulf
    $100 11
To cook these vegetables "O'Brien", dice them & fry them with onions & pimientos
    $100 3
Neujahrstag is this holiday
    $200 22
It's the term for the change in an organism from larval to adult form, like a caterpillar to a Butterfly
    $200 2
This 7-time Mr. Olympia winner made his film debut billed as Arnold Strong in "Hercules Goes Bananas"
    $200 27
Aetna, American International & Cigna are the USA's largest publicly-owned companies in this industry
    $200 16
In 1972 the U.S. mined Vietnamese ports on this gulf
    $200 12
This fatty tissue found in animal bones adds body & flavor to soups
    $200 4
If you want to go to this type of store, ask for the antiquitatenladen
    $300 23
Its the more common name for the ringhals, a snake famous for squirting its venom several feet
    $300 8
The last line in this 1951 Marlon Brando film is "Hey, Stella! Hey Stella!"
    $300 28
This New York utility is called Con Ed for short
    $300 18
This body of water was formerly called the Gulf of Siam
    $300 13
You need to grate 1 or 2 ounces of the unsweetened type of this to make turkey casserole mole
    $300 5
If you lose one of these, say, "Ich habe eine meiner, kontaktlinsen verloren"
    $400 24
In rare instances, the male of this whale will grow 2 spiral tusks instead of 1
    $400 9
This actor directed & starred in the 1987 film "Throw Momma from the Train"
    $400 29
Magazine publisher James McGraw teamed up with this publisher of American Machinist in 1909
    $400 19
Sao Tome, Principe & Bioko, islands in the Gulf of Guinea, are considered part of this continent
    $400 14
Of chicken stock, beef stock or fish stock, the one used as the base for Normande sauce
    $400 6
This battery-powered device is eine taschenlampe
    DD: $800 25
In the Weddell species of this animal, the female is larger than the male
    $500 10
"Nobody Does It Better", the theme to this James Bond film, was nominated for a 1977 Oscar
    $500 30
This Swedish car company's name goes back to a ball bearing maker whose name was Latin for "I roll"
    $500 20
The Strait of Belle Isle between Labrador & Newfoundland connects this gulf to the Atlantic
    $500 15
To prepare a dish a la perigourdine, you must serve it with these fancy fungi
    $500 7
This time of day is der sonnenaufgang

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

Ben Susan Joe
$900 $2,100 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Susan Joe
$1,600 $3,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
She told Elle magazine that Bill is teaching her how to bowl
    $200 2
In 1919 he moved to an estate near Hollywood to be close to the filming of his Tarzan books
    $200 21
1 of the 2 present countries whose land was once part of Togoland
    $200 24
The casement type of this often opens outward by means of a crank
    $200 20
He & his twin brother Remus were descendants of Aeneas via the kings of Alba Longa
    $200 15
She was in Kenya February 6, 1952 when she learned she was queen
    $400 3
On direct assignment from her husband, she inspected coal mines, hospitals & New Deal projects
    $400 4
Tennyson wrote of this French author, "Victor in drama, victor in romance"
    $400 11
One-word name of the country formerly called Repoblika Demokratika Malagasy
    $400 25
Hector Guimard was famous for his Art Nouveau entrances for this city's metro system
    $400 22
When this mythical bird felt its death impending, it constructed a nest of aromatic plants & spices
    $400 16
The only word on the Kenyan coat of arms is in this language
    $600 5
Sarah Polk, like Lucy Hayes, banned this from White House functions
    $600 8
A 1994 bestseller was "Zlata's Diary", Zlata Filipovic's diary of her time in this war-torn city
    $600 12
For 2 years in the 1960s, this former British colony was part of the Federation of Malaysia
    $600 23
The dragon he slew at Delphi was called Python
    $600 17
At the 1992 Summer Olympics, Kenyans took all 3 medals in this 3,000-meter obstacle race
    DD: $1,000 6
After her husband was inaugurated in 1809, some referred to her as "Lady Presidentess"
    $800 9
He was inspired to write Western novels after a 1908 trip through the West with a retired buffalo hunter
    DD: $1,600 13
It's the only South American country with both Pacific & Caribbean coastlines
    $800 26
One tradition says he stole the fire that he gave to mankind from Hephaestus' forge
    $800 18
Louis, the patriarch of this famous anthropologist family, was born in Kabete, Kenya in 1903
    $1000 7
"Listen To The Mocking Bird" was dedicated to Harriet Lane, who acted as this bachelor's hostess
    $1000 10
This author best known for his "87th Precinct" novels also wrote the screenplay for "The Birds"
    $1000 14
This Balkan country lost its Aegean coastline in World War I
    $1000 28
12,000 concrete blocks were used to build one of his major works, the Freeman House in the Hollywood Hills
    $1000 27
After this king of Cyprus married a statue that came to life, they had a son named Paphos
    $1000 19
This first prime minister of the country has the country in his name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Susan Joe
$6,800 $4,400 $3,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only city in the Deep South to have a subway system

Final scores:

Ben Susan Joe
$8,801 $8,150 $5,900
2-day champion: $18,002 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ben Susan Joe
$9,200 $4,400 $3,000
22 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
20 R,
4 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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Game tape date: 1994-11-16
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