Show #2092 - Tuesday, October 12, 1993


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Lori Moss, a paralegal from Los Angeles, California

Karl Bradley, a construction project supervisor from Bonita, California

Leah Bailey, a homemaker from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
The USA's largest popcorn processing plant is in Sioux City in this state
    $100 26
A runner-up for Miss USA, Halle Berry "reigned" as this author's grandmother in "Queen"
    $100 21
In 1876 he moved his research laboratory from Newark to Menlo Park
    $100 1
He began his second 7- year term as president of France January 8
    $100 11
He died in 1742, 16 years before the year of his comet's predicted return
    $100 6
Sleepers' eyes,
the Sahara,
an hourglass
    $200 13
Aniakchak National Monument in this state is the 2500'-deep caldera of a volcano
    $200 27
Miss Florida of 1974, she played former Miss Georgia Suzanne Sugarbaker on "Designing Women"
    $200 22
His first working model of the telegraph was constructed in part from an old picture frame
    $200 2
This former first lady sued to block publication of Wm. Manchester's "The Death of a President"
    $200 17
Born in France in 1910, he predicted, "Sooner or later man will live underwater and build towns there"
    $200 7
de la Renta
    $300 14
The Pontchartrain Railroad opened in 1832 in this state
    $300 28
She used her "Basic Instinct" & became Miss Crawford County in 1975, but she didn't win the Miss Pennsylvania Crown
    $300 23
Along with inventing movable type, he developed an ink that would adhere to it
    $300 3
On March 10 3 men were convicted of the 1965 murder of this Black nationalist leader
    $300 18
His predictions span 7 millennia, including one for July 1999 when "Mars shall reign at will"
    $300 8
Your mouth,
a snowshoe,
a stirrup
    $400 15
This state uses the Greek word "Eureka" as its motto
    $400 29
Once a La Jolla beauty queen, she's looked great since "One Million Years B.C."
    $400 24
One of his early products was an "infallible bank lock" in 1851
    $400 4
A November flood on the Arno River damaged this city & its Ponte Vecchio
    $400 19
Business Week put Louis Gerstner on their cover as this co.'s new boss 2 days before his appointment
    $400 9
    $500 16
Its Coleman Du Pont Highway was begun in 1913 with private funds & later completed by the state
    $500 30
In 1951 Anita Ekberg represented this, her native country, in the Miss Universe pageant
    $500 25
In 1875 he designed a parlor car for the railroads
    DD: $500 5
In January Sargent Shriver quit as director of this program
    $500 20
She may have predicted her 1969 book "My Life and Prophecies" would be a bestseller
    $500 10
William Herschel,
Albert Schweitzer,
E. Power Biggs

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

Leah Karl Lori
$2,200 $500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leah Karl Lori
$3,800 $2,500 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
After Sicily, Sardinia is the largest island in this sea
    $200 8
She left a gram of radium to the Univ. of Paris on the condition that her daughter Irene have access to it
    $200 20
At the 1992 Democratic Convention, Rep. Maxine Waters gave one of the speeches seconding his nomination
    $200 27
"When somebody loves you, it's no good unless he loves you" this much
    $200 6
This U.S. Caribbean island got Commonwealth status July 25, 1952
    $200 13
Socrates was born & spent his life in this city
    $400 2
It's South America's second-largest country in both area & population
    $400 9
His will provided for the establishment of a journalism school as well as a series of prizes
    $400 21
Rep. Olympia J. Snowe of this "Down East" state is married to its governor, John McKernan
    $400 30
"Have yourself" one of these, "let your heart be light"
    $400 7
On July 25, 1909 Louis Bleriot became the first to cross the English Channel this way
    $400 14
Socrates was charged with religious heresy & doing this
    $600 3
Hudson is the largest bay in terms of shoreline & this bay in the Indian Ocean is the largest in area
    $600 10
In 1877 he left over $2 million to his 17 surviving wives & their children
    $600 23
Lynn Martin replaced this woman as Secretary of Labor in 1991
    $600 29
"Something's Gotta Give" was introduced by this dancer in "Daddy Long Legs"
    $600 17
This Italian ocean liner that sank July 25, 1956 was named for a Genoese statesman
    $600 15
The process of finding universal truths by repeated questions is known as this
    DD: $600 4
The population of this territory is about 95% Chinese & 1% Portuguese
    $800 11
Though they were separated, this choreographer left much of his estate to wife Gwen Verdon
    $800 24
Former Rep. Millicent Fenwick, the model for Lacey Davenport in this comic strip, died in 1992
    $800 26
"Hey there!" She's "swinging down the street so fancy free"
    $800 18
Called "Old Fuss and Feathers", he was wounded twice at the July 25, 1814 Battle of Lundy's Lane
    $800 16
Shakespearean character who didn't mind if his wife was as "shrewd as Socrates' Xanthippe"
    $1000 5
Until 1970 the name of this sultanate also included its capital, Muscat
    $1000 12
This author requested in his will that his grave be marked with his real name, Eric Arthur Blair
    DD: $500 25
After 16 years in Congress, Margaret Heckler was appointed secretary of HHS by this president
    $1000 28
Title following "Here I go again, I hear those trumpets blow again, all aglow again..."
    $1000 19
This first test-tube baby was born in Britain July 25, 1978
    $1000 22
"The Death of Socrates" by this 18th century French artist is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leah Karl Lori
$3,900 $6,700 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Moliere based part of "Les Fourberies de Scapin" on a play by this man about whom Rostand wrote

Final scores:

Leah Karl Lori
$5,900 $7,801 $3,400
2nd place: a trip to Tucson, Arizona New champion: $7,801 3rd place: Ricardo Beverly Hills luggage set

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Leah Karl Lori
$4,400 $6,700 $3,600
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
17 R,
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,700

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Game tape date: 1993-08-03
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