Show #2324 - Thursday, October 13, 1994


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Mark Maginity, an actuary from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sally Adams, a project coordinator from Washington, D.C.

Bill Schilling, a financial aid director from Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,602)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
He followed the success of "The Red Badge of Courage" with "The Black Riders and Other Lines"
    $100 17
"I'm wearing second hand hats, second hand clothes, that's why they call me" this
    $100 22
During its 50th anniversary party in 1987, so many people crowded this Calif. bridge some feared it might collapse
    $100 3
Anything that occurs semimonthly will happen this many times in 1 year
    $100 15
Flavor in common to creme de cerise & maraschino
    $100 10
Before an Oscar winner is announced, this is broken on the envelope containing the name
    $200 2
In 1895 this country ceded Taiwan to Japan
    $200 27
"On a day like today, we passed the time away writing" these
    $200 23
Rededicated in Arizona in 1971, Guinness calls it "the largest antique ever sold"
    $200 6
Term for a polygon that has twice as many sides as a pentagon
    $200 18
Southern Comfort is from the U.S.; Yukon Jack is from this country
    $200 11
Cut into cube-shaped pieces
    $300 4
U.S. Sec'y of State Richard Olney invoked this doctrine against Britain in a border dispute with Venezuela
    $300 28
"I bless the day I found you, I want to stay around you, and so I beg you" this
    $300 24
Between 1959 & 1962, a lower deck with 6 more traffic lanes was added to this bridge over the Hudson
    $300 7
Size of an angle complementary to one of 85º
    $300 19
If you wake up & smell this, it could be Kahlua or Pasha
    $300 12
It's a feudal estate
    $400 5
Sir William Ramsay isolated this light gas, atomic number 2, from the mineral cleveite
    $400 29
"They said someday you'll find, all who love are blind, when your heart's on fire, you must realize" this
    $400 25
In 1986 B the King Fahd Causeway opened, linking Bahrain with this country
    $400 8
A tangent touches a circle at 1 point & this is a line that touches at 2 points
    $400 20
The aniseed in pernod gives it an this distinctive candy flavor
    $400 13
The name of this fruit also means something very desirable
    $500 16
In Jan. Carsten Borchgrevink was a member of the first party to set foot on this continent's main part
    $500 30
"Never thought I'd fall, but now I hear love call, I'm gettin'" this
    DD: $600 26
The name of this Italian bridge comes from the lamentations of prisoners who were forced to cross it
    $500 9
Euclid provided a proof that the number of these is infinite; in 1992 one with 227,832 digits was found
    $500 21
Herbs, heather honey & this liquor are blended in Drambuie
    $500 14
It can precede row, road or doo

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

Bill Sally Mark
$1,600 -$200 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Sally Mark
$2,700 $1,700 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
After leaving the White House, she helped plan her husband's presidential library in Atlanta
    $200 26
It's the language of instruction at the University of Ste.-Anne in Nova Scotia
    $200 21
Jerome K. Jerome wrote, "It is impossible to enjoy idling... unless one has plenty of" this "to do"
    $200 16
A former home of this "Roots" author in Henning, Tenn. is now a state historic site
    $200 6
These officials appointed by the pope rank second to him in authority & dignity
    $200 11
In "Il piccolo Marat", terror reigns in this capital city after the murder of Marat
    $400 2
She missed her husband's 1797 inauguration because she was nursing his sick mother in Massachusetts
    $400 27
The Grouse Mountain Skyride takes visitors 3,700 feet above this British Columbia city
    $400 22
Francis Bacon wrote of "the wisdom of" these animals,"that shed tears when they would, devour"
    $400 17
In 1994 this New Jersey-born boxer, the oldest man to win the heavyweight title, died at age 80
    $400 7
In the Sahara these Islamic houses of worship may be no more than a half circle of stones
    $400 12
Puccini set his opera "The Witches" in this dark, wooded area of Germany
    $600 3
She was twice named to the list of "The 100 Most Influential Lawyers in America"
    $600 28
Old Wives Lake lies southwest of Regina in this province, & that's not an old wives' tale
    $600 23
Ralph Waldo Emerson defined it as "a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered"
    $600 18
In 1946 Judge William H. Hastie became the 1st Black governor of this U.S. possession in the Caribbean
    $600 8
This religious movement first received its name at the Diet of Speyer in 1529
    $600 13
This opera based on a Herman Melville book is set on the H.M.S. Indomitable in 1797
    $800 4
Besides Frances Cleveland, she was the only other presidential widow to remarry
    $800 29
A Micmac Indian legend says this small island province was the favorite island of a god named Glooscap
    $800 24
Boswell's "Life of Johnson" quotes this American's "Man is a tool-making animal"
    $800 19
When Malcolm X joined the Black Muslims, he dropped this last name
    $800 9
It's the chief form of Buddhism practiced in Tibet
    $800 14
This 1850 opera famous for its wedding march is set in the Antwerp area in the 10th century
    $1000 5
Although she never wrote her memoirs, she did write a book about her ancestors with son Kermit
    DD: $1,700 30
The Royal Tyrrell Museum, the world's leading dinosaur museum, is in this westernmost prairie province
    $1000 25
In "Don Juan" Byron wrote this is sweet "especially to women"
    DD: $1,000 20
She wrote the poems read by Janet Jackson in Poetic Justice" & also appeared in the film
    $1000 10
Dating from between 1500 & 500 B.C., they're the oldest & most sacred books of Hinduism
    $1000 15
Like many other operas, including "Don Giovanni", Massenet's "Le Cid" takes place in this Spanish city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Sally Mark
$5,300 $500 $10,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of 3 men from Ireland awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature

Final scores:

Bill Sally Mark
$1,001 $1 $10,601
2nd place: trip on TWA to Orlando & stay at Marriott Orlando World Center + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: Castaldo crystal collection + Jeopardy! home game New champion: $10,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Sally Mark
$5,300 $400 $10,000
16 R,
2 W
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
9 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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Game tape date: 1994-08-23
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