Show #2095 - Friday, October 15, 1993

David Venderbush game 1.


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David Venderbush, an attorney originally from Mequon, Wisconsin

Lance Charnes, a computer department manager from Los Angeles, California

George Roth, an actor from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 30
This injury got its name from the snapping motion of the neck seen in some car collisions
    $100 1
Her husband Vincente Minnelli directed her musical numbers in "Till The Clouds Roll By"
    $100 6
The Norwegian Pumpkin Rolling Festival & the Kalamazoo Kitefest are annual events in this state
    $100 7
This is a stick with attached horsehairs drawn across the strings of a violin
    $100 16
Another name for Phys Ed, or the building in which it's held
    $100 23
A baseball catcher wears it on the field; a cook wears it in the kitchen
    $200 21
Swollen lymph glands are a symptom of this disease that's also known as the three-day measles
    $200 2
Mickey Rooney & Spencer Tracy "electrified" audience when they both played this inventor in 1940
    $200 12
Lincoln, New Mexico was the site of this "juvenile" outlaw's last escape, & it's reenacted there every year
    $200 8
A 3-note one of these is also called a triad
    $200 17
Tardy is just being late for class; if you're playing this, you're skipping school entirely
    $200 24
"Imitation is the sincerest form of" it
    $300 22
It's what the GI stands for in an upper GI series
    $300 3
In her last film, "The Sun Comes Up", this singer co-starred with Lassie, not with Nelson Eddy
    $300 13
A swap & sell meeting for folks who collect this kind of wire is held annually in La Crosse, Kansas
    $300 9
This soft, relaxed style of singing is associated with Bing Crosby
    $300 18
It doesn't take a CPA to figure out a student's GPA, which stands for this
    $300 25
This hyphenated word describes the sound of lightly falling rain
    $400 29
Christmas disease is a type of this inherited disease in which blood does not clot normally
    $400 4
Fred Astaire was tapped to star in "Easter Parade" after this fellow dancer hurt his ankle
    $400 14
New Glarus, Wisconsin, which was founded by Swiss settlers, holds a pageant named for this "Straight Arrow"
    $400 10
This florid style of operatic singing comes from the Italian word for coloring
    $400 19
In a graduating class, the salutatorian is second to this student
    $400 26
Used for trellises, it's an open framework, usually in a crisscross pattern
    $500 28
Epinephrine, a hormone released when you're angry or scared, is more commonly called this
    $500 5
This 1945 film was shot mainly in black & white, but the Metamorphic title portrait is in color
    $500 15
In 1977 opera composer Gian Carlo Menotti founded this Southern city's Spoleto Festival U.S.A.
    DD: $500 11
This country's classical music is based on arrangements of notes called ragas
    $500 20
The names of the students with the top grades are put on this
    $500 27
A diplomatic official, or his briefcase

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

George Lance David
$100 $2,400 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Lance David
$1,700 $4,000 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Many Egyptians were lost along with their chariots when the waters of this sea flowed back together
    $200 1
In Australia the young of this largest marsupial is called a joey
    $200 10
Famous peaks in this mountain system include Mont Blanc & The Matterhorn
    $200 16
A huge forest fire between Minneapolis & Duluth in this state killed more than 400 people
    $200 26
She honeymooned on the Orient Express with her second husband before she wrote "Murder on the Orient Express"
    $200 19
In colonial days, most of the apple crop was used to make apple butter & this beverage
    $400 3
Also called the Pater Noster, it appears in different versions in Matthew & Luke
    $400 4
This group of wild dogs is divided into 2 species: the gray or timber & the red
    $400 11
Nanda Devi & Kanchenjunga, 2 of India's highest peaks, are located in this range
    $400 17
A famous French "Affair" began in 1894 with the October treason arrest of this officer
    $400 27
"The Whitechapel Horrors" is a recent Sherlock Holmes novel about this London murderer
    $400 18
The first apples in America were probably these small, sour ones
    $600 7
He said, "I am innocent of the blood of this just person" before he delivered Jesus to be crucified
    $600 5
They're the largest members of an order of mammals called cetaceans
    $600 12
When Russia owned Alaska, this mountain was called Bolshaya, meaning "large" or "great"
    $600 23
This "Republic" with Sanford Dole as president was recognized by the U.S. in August
    $600 28
"Playback" was this author's seventh & last complete Philip Marlowe novel
    DD: $3,000 20
Washington produces the most apples in the West & this state leads the nation in the East
    $800 8
For the sin of striking a rock, neither Moses nor this brother was allowed to enter Canaan
    $800 6
A black panther is actually a dark one of these wild cats & can occur in the same litter as yellowish ones
    $800 13
In the Kikuyu language, this second-highest African mountain is called Kirinyaga
    $800 24
He succeeded his father, Alexander III, as czar of Russia
    $800 29
Sax Rohmer's model for this Chinese villain was a reputed crime boss of London's Limehouse District
    $800 21
This "good looking" apple was named for a township in Ohio, not Italy
    DD: $2,000 9
This Old Testament book begins with a Census taken of the Israelites
    $1000 15
The aye-aye & the indri are rare members of this primate group found on Madagascar
    $1000 14
A famous photograph shows WWII servicemen raising the flag on this Iwo Jima mountain
    $1000 25
William Jennings Bryan lost a bid to become a U.S. Senator from this plains state
    $1000 30
He wrote 2 mystery novels about a gypsy detective before he published "Gorky Park"
    $1000 22
Today most apples are grown by this method rather than from seeds

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Lance David
$1,100 $6,200 $13,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The ticket office at this presidential home hands out dozens of $2 bills as change every day

Final scores:

George Lance David
$2,199 $10,199 $13,500
3rd place: Oneida gift certificate 2nd place: trip to Oasis Water Resort Villa Hotel in Palm Springs + Pinseeker golf clubs New champion: $13,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

George Lance David
$4,100 $6,200 $12,000
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,300

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Game tape date: 1993-08-03
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