Show #2077 - Tuesday, September 21, 1993


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Lieutenant Commander Alan Echt, an industrial hygienist from Cincinnati, Ohio

Robin Landis, an advertising copywriter from Ridgewood, New Jersey

Carol Kalfon, a registered nurse from Baltimore, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
Some descendants of this bird artist claimed he was the lost Dauphin of France
    $100 16
According to the theme song, this cartoon character "is smarter than the average bear"
    $100 11
In France this flaming dessert is called cerises jubile
    $100 1
The walls of this organ are made up of 3 layers: the epicardium, the myocardium & the endocardium
    $100 26
It's the common name for pocket billiards
    $100 6
Mouth makeup
    $200 22
The great 18th century sculptor Houdon had many famous patrons, including this Russian empress
    $200 17
Mike Wallace & Harry Reasoner were the 2 original correspondents on this series
    $200 12
Canned squash can be substituted for the main ingredient in this popular Halloween pie
    $200 2
Ceruminous glands, modified sweat glands that secrete wax, are found in this part of the body
    $200 27
This substance is used to increase the friction between the cue tip & cue ball
    $200 7
The anniversary of one's nativity
    $300 23
Maurice de Vlaminck's work painted around 1908 shows his interest in this "geometric" art movement
    $300 18
"Final Appeal", hosted by Robert Stack, was spun off from this series
    $300 13
Devonshire cream, which is used in desserts, is a specialty of this country
    $300 3
This structure consists of over 24 bones, including the atlas & coccyx, & averages just over 2 feet
    $300 28
Billiards is the second-most popular participation sport in the U.S., after this one
    $300 8
People whose private lives become too public feel like they live in these guppy dwellings
    $400 24
Mustachioed Spaniard who said, "The only difference between me and a madman is that I am not mad"
    $400 19
"Phyllis", "Ironside" & "The Barbary Coast" were set in this city
    $400 14
Madeleines are shaped like these objects you might find on the beach
    $400 4
This hormone secreted by the pancreas regulates the body's use of sugar & other carbohydrates
    $400 29
In nine ball the balls are numbered 1 through 9; in eight ball, 1 through this number
    $400 9
A walnut opener you'd see in a ballet
    $500 25
His 1942 mobile "Red Petals" is more than 9 feet high
    $500 20
This 1960s drama featured E.G. Marshall & Robert Reed as attorneys Lawrence & Kenneth Preston
    $500 15
Strudel dough resembles these thin leaves of pastry whose name is from Greek for "leaf"
    DD: $1,000 5
The esophagus, aorta & inferior vena cava all pass through this dome-shaped partition in the chest
    $500 30
This game played with 22 balls, most of them red, became popular in Britain only after color TV was introduced
    $500 10
As a compound word, it describes a previously-owned garment; as 2 words, it's part of your watch

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

Carol Robin Alan
$2,000 $200 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Robin Alan
$2,100 $1,200 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
Al-Azhar University was founded in this Egyptian capital in 972
    $200 6
Walter Damrosch conducted the New York Philharmonic in the premiere of his "An American in Paris"
    $200 1
In 1892 this poet & his future wife were co-valedictorians of their Lawrence, Mass. high school class
    $200 9
Hilo on this island is only about 30 miles from Kilauea volcano
    $200 15
The saying "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts" goes back to this gift
    $200 13
"The Squire of Hyde Park"
    $400 30
This Spanish kingdom got its name from the many castles Garcia of Leon built in the 10th century
    $400 7
On November 2, 1830 he left Warsaw for Vienna & never returned
    $400 2
His 1929 novel "Sartoris" was the first of several set around Jefferson, Mississippi
    $400 10
This city's name came from ships stopping offshore to bring materials for the Alaska Railroad
    $400 16
America was celebrating this event when the French gave us the Statue of Liberty
    $400 14
"Jiminy Peanut"
    $600 27
In 930 the Qarmatians, a Shiite subsect, raided this city & took the Black Stone from its Kaaba
    $600 8
This composer's great-grandfather immigrated to Norway from Scotland in the 18th century
    $600 3
This Dickens character's mother is Clara; his stepfather is Mr. Murdstone
    $600 21
This American Samoa city is at the head of one of the Pacific's finest natural harbors
    $600 17
In 1912 these were given to Washington, D.C. by the city of Tokyo
    $600 24
"Man of Independence"
    $800 26
In 920 Romanus Lecapenus became co- ruler of this empire with Constantine VII
    DD: $500 11
He became a British subject in 1726, dropping the German umlaut from his name
    $800 4
When he falls in battle, Capt. Vere's final words are the name of this foretopman
    $800 22
A settlement in British Columbia called Granville was renamed this after a British sea captain
    $800 18
It was Othello's first gift to Desdemona
    $800 25
"Our Chet"
    $1000 28
This group that founded Hungary was defeated by Otto the Great in 955
    $1000 12
Besides "Hansel and Gretel", he wrote incidental music for 4 Shakespeare plays
    DD: $1,500 5
The title of this F. Scott Fitzgerald work comes from a line in Keats' "Ode to a Nightingale"
    $1000 23
This capital city lies on the northwest coast of the island of Tahiti
    $1000 19
Zeus' gift to Epithemeus was this "all-gifted" woman
    $1000 29
"Hero of Tippecanoe"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Robin Alan
$2,700 $7,000 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

These were 2 states involved in the 1929 Lateran Treaty

Final scores:

Carol Robin Alan
$1 $7,000 $14,001
3rd place: Sanyo 27" large-screen stereo TV with 600 lines resolution & universal remote + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: Insight Computers 386SX personal computer with monitor + Basset home office station with wire management system with quadruplex outlet, paper management system & surge protector + Jeopardy! home game New champion: $14,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carol Robin Alan
$2,700 $7,000 $7,900
13 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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Game tape date: 1993-07-26
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