Show #2593 - Wednesday, December 6, 1995

Michael Daunt game 5.


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Alan Steinharter, a sales manager from Riverside, California

Sharon Rubens, a homemaker from Pleasantville, New York

Michael Daunt, a graduate student from Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (whose 4-day cash winnings total $55,598)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
After 20 years in office, Tom Bradley retired in 1993 as mayor of this large city
    $100 6
It's game show host Winston Conrad Martindale's famous nickname
    $100 16
E.A. Stuart named his condensed milk after this flower
    $100 11
Many of the people who live on this country's Chatham Islands are Maoris
    $100 22
This French chief minister doubted the loyalty of Louis XIII's wife because she was born in Spain
    $100 1
Through evolution this Antarctic bird lost its long feathers & its wings became small & stiff
    $200 27
The book "The Black 100" ranks this civil rights leader as the most influential African-American who ever lived
    $200 7
This mentalist's real name is George Joseph Kresge, Jr. -- how "Amazing"
    $200 17
He introduced his bar in 1894 & his Kiss in 1907
    $200 12
Bearnaise sauce is from France, while Bernese people are from this country
    $200 23
Before becoming a cardinal, Pietro Bembo was librarian of this Venice cathedral
    $200 2
To maintain balance, it doesn't fly with fish in its pouch
    $300 28
He became a four-star general in 1989, the year he was named Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    $300 8
Robert Smith was the real name of this late "lycanthropic" DJ known for his howl
    $300 18
In 1995 it replaced its "What You Want Is What You Get" slogan with "Have you had your break today?"
    $300 13
Many people of this largest island are of combined Eskimo & Danish ancestry
    $300 24
Robert Bellarmine warned this Italian against publishing his views on the solar system
    $300 3
Another word for this barnyard bird is chanticleer
    $400 29
In 1964 he converted to Orthodox Islam & adopted the name El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz
    $400 9
His real name is Lloyd Vernet Bridges III
    $400 19
Wittnauer has been making these items for over 115 years
    $400 14
Natives of this Canadian city are called Haligonians
    $400 25
This son of Rodrigo Borgia was only 18 when he was made a cardinal
    $400 4
The house or English species of this small brown bird is found worldwide
    $500 30
For the hundreds of slaves she led to freedom, she's nicknamed the "Moses" of her people
    $500 10
This singer who appeared in "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" was born Annie Mae Bullock in Nutbush, Tenn.
    $500 20
Its new P6 chip almost doubles the power of its Pentium
    DD: $1,200 15
The Mende & the Temne are 2 major ethnic groups in this African country whose name means "lion mountain"
    $500 26
Richard Cushing was named archbishop of this U.S. city 14 years before becoming a cardinal
    $500 5
Shelley said it was "like a star of heaven in the broad daylight"

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

Michael Sharon Alan
$1,200 $800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Sharon Alan
$3,700 $1,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In a 1945 telegram to Truman, Churchill first used this 2-word term for a line dividing east & west
    $200 11
He painted more than 100 pictures of George Washington & the Vaughan portrait is in the gallery
    $200 13
Lunfardo, a dialect of this language, developed in Argentina before 1900
    $200 17
"Let's Dance" was this jazz clarinetist's big band theme song
    $200 19
According to a recent survey, this tropical fruit is the most popular fruit at the breakfast table
    $200 1
This author of "The Bell Jar" was awarded a posthumous 1982 Pulitzer Prize for her "Collected Poems"
    $400 7
Vaclav Havel was a member of Charter 77, this country's main dissident organization
    $400 12
This artist died in 1976, a year before the mobile he designed was hung from the gallery's roof
    $400 14
This Chinese dialect has over 900 million speakers worldwide
    $400 21
The Cab Calloway tune about this woman is subtitled "The Ho De Ho Song"
    $400 20
As its name suggests, the Juan Canary melon is this color when ripe
    $400 2
This "Scruples" author was introduced to her husband Steve by school chum Barbara Walters
    $600 8
In 1953 Allen Dulles was promoted from Deputy Director to head of this agency
    $600 25
George Bellows' 1909 "Both Members of This Club" shows one of these sporting matches, then illegal in NYC
    $600 15
This official language is the dialect of Bangkok & its environs
    $600 26
This bandleader's "Mood Indigo" was first recorded in 1930 as "Dreamy Blues"
    $600 22
The ground roots of this endive relative are used to flavor "New Orleans" coffee
    $600 3
Her novel "The Joy Luck Club" interweaves the tales of 4 Chinese immigrant women & their daughters
    $800 9
Enver Hoxha led this small Balkan nation from 1944 until his death in 1985
    DD: $600 27
He painted the Gallery's "The Lighthouse at Honfleur" while resting from his "La Grande Jatte"
    $800 16
The Tuscan dialect is the basis of this modern language
    $800 29
This composer of "Ain't Misbehavin'" was taught by both stride & classical pianists
    $800 23
The term Saint-Germain denotes dishes made with this green vegetable
    $800 4
In 1995 this author of "The Accidental Tourist" published "Ladder of Years"
    DD: $1,500 10
Ostpolitik was this German chancellor's policy of improving relations with Eastern Europe
    $1000 28
Picasso's "Family of Saltimbanques" shows people who work for one of these spectacles
    $1000 18
Welsh, Afrikaans & Latvian are all related to this language of the Indian Vedas
    $1000 30
This pianist used unusual time signatures such as 9/8 in "Blue Rondo a la Turk" & 5/4 in "Take Five"
    $1000 24
These hulled kernels of corn can be eaten whole or ground into grits
    $1000 5
Bestsellers by this Irish author include "Circle of Friends", source of a 1995 film, & "The Glass Lake"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Sharon Alan
$9,300 $3,100 $4,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WWII kept this 1941 movie from filming on location, so an entire Welsh village was built in California

Final scores:

Michael Sharon Alan
$8,600 $4,300 $6,300
5-day champion: $64,198 3rd place: Amana dishwasher 2nd place: Gateway PC + Aiwa stereo system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Sharon Alan
$10,500 $5,200 $4,200
33 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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