Show #2070 - Friday, September 10, 1993

Brian Moore game 4.


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Joanne Fiore, an administrative officer from Amherst, New York

Chad VonKampen, an attorney from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Brian Moore, a teacher from Austin, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $38,302)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: This is an unusual category in that each correct response in this category will be a word whose letters can be found in the word "beginning". So look at it quickly now and start figuring all the words you can make with those letters.)
    $100 1
After sending a raven from the ark, Noah sent this bird & it brought back an olive leaf
    $100 12
The Villa d'Este in the town of Tivoli in this country is famous for its Renaissance gardens
    $100 17
A pyramid at Teotihuacan in this country honors the feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl
    $100 11
The velocity of a photon is equal to the speed of this
    $100 6
In Poland the first star seen in the sky signals the start of a festive meal on this December night
    $100 19
In the familiar cliche, it precedes "borrow or steal"
    $200 2
It is said that "the whole earth was of one language" until the building of this
    $200 13
Raise a mug to this Tampa, Fla. site known for its African-themed zoological park & thrill rides
    $200 18
The cobra that was a symbol of ancient Egyptian royalty is more commonly called this
    $200 23
It's defined as the total amount of matter in a substance & most of it's in the nucleus
    $200 7
Pat Sajak & Vanna White both got married on this holiday eve, but not to each other
    $200 24
During a baseball game, it's traditional to stand up & stretch in the middle of the seventh one
    $300 3
It was Daniel's punishment for refusing to worship Darius the Mede
    $300 14
It's a community near Atlantic City & the only property in the U.S. version of Monopoly not named for a st.
    $300 20
In the classic cartoon series, he was Beany's seasick sea serpent buddy
    $300 25
Together, neutrons & these are known as nucleons
    $300 8
Joanne Woodward had a trio of personalities in this 1957 film
    $300 28
In March 1992 this former Israeli prime minister died at age 78
    $400 4
Abraham was 100 years old when he begat this son
    $400 15
This NYC borough's Botanic Garden near Prospect Park has a garden of fragrances for the blind
    $400 21
For the second of his labors, Hercules killed this multiheaded water serpent
    $400 26
The muon was discovered in photographs taken in one of these foggy chambers
    $400 9
She was an Oscar nominee for her role in "Mildred Pierce" & an Emmy winner for "Our Miss Brooks"
    $400 29
Family name of Spanish composer Joaquin & his writer daughter Anais
    $500 5
He's considered the last of the judges & the first of the prophets
    $500 16
The Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. has a garden of these, not flowers
    $500 22
In one of "The Jungle Book" Tales, this python helps save Mowgli from the monkey-people
    DD: $2,500 27
Atomic weights of naturally occurring elements run from 1.008, hydrogen, to 238.03, this element
    $500 10
In 1965 this "devastating" song became a No. 1 hit for Barry McGuire
    $500 30
Old Tom is a sweet variety of this

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

Brian Chad Joanne
$1,100 $400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Chad Joanne
$5,900 $800 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
While in law school, Nixon planned to join this law enforcement bureau in Washington, D.C.
    $200 22
The first torch relay was run for the 1936 Summer Games held in this German city
    $200 6
In 1936 this German airship completed the first scheduled transatlantic dirigible flight
    $200 11
The Apollo Belvedere is a Roman copy of a statue made by Leochares of this country
    $200 16
"Pheng Xat Lao" is the anthem of this country that broke away from French Indochina in 1954
    $200 21
After meeting a girl named this, Tony is killed by a Shark; that's the West Side story of love
    $400 2
During an audition at a local theatre group he met this schoolteacher whom he married
    $400 28
Competitors in this event try to land in the Telemark position, named after a region of Norway
    $400 7
Michael Dukakis' 1988 running mate was this man who had defeated Bush for a Senate seat in 1970
    $400 12
After the "Night Watch", his popularity as a painter declined, causing financial hardship
    $400 17
With this as the official language of Gambia, it should be easy for you to sing its national anthem
    $400 23
Echo pined away for this vain youth until only her voice remained
    $600 3
When Nixon became president, this Californian, who had refused to campaign for him in 1950, was chief justice
    $600 8
117 lives were lost during an 8.4 earthquake near this largest Alaska city in 1964
    $600 13
This city was home to Titian & Tintoretto during the Renaissance & to Tiepolo in the 18th century
    $600 18
It's the royal anthem of Canada
    $600 24
In Poe's "The Raven", she's the woman the poet will see nevermore
    $800 4
During his first term in Congress, he sat on this committee that looked for Communists
    $800 27
Named for a singer & nicknamed for another boxer, he won the 1976 light welterweight gold
    $800 9
This lord who sponsored the discovery of King Tut's tomb died from an insect bite received at Thebes
    $800 14
The likeness of Washington on the $1 bill comes from his "Athenaeum" portrait
    $800 19
"The Soldier's Song" by Peadar Kearney & Patrick Heaney is the anthem of this island country
    $800 25
Incorrectly believing that this love had been killed, Pyramus took his own life
    $1000 5
Nixon had 2 vice presidents, Agnew & Ford & 2 secretaries of state, Kissinger & this man
    DD: $1,600 10
In 1940 this lawyer who never held elective office was selected as the GOP presidential candidate
    $1000 15
His "Garden of Earthly Delights" hangs in the Prado in Madrid
    $1000 20
Its anthem "William Of Nassau" dates back to 1626
    $1000 26
After Leander drowned, she killed herself in grief

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Chad Joanne
$10,100 $400 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He called his 1992 autobiography "What's It All About?"

Final scores:

Brian Chad Joanne
$11,100 $200 $11,000
4-day champion: $49,402 3rd place: his & her Greif Studio tailored clothing + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the 16-bit Super Nintendo Entertainment System & the Sega Genesis System 2nd place: Broyhill Fontana bedroom set + Kingsdown Ultimate Sleep Set mattress

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brian Chad Joanne
$8,100 $400 $7,100
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
5 R,
2 W
19 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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Game tape date: 1993-07-19
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