Show #2096 - Monday, October 18, 1993

David Venderbush game 2.


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Charnita Justiss, a teacher from Dallas, Texas

Robert Wagner, a supply specialist originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

David Venderbush, an attorney originally from Mequon, Wisconsin (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
Thumbelina was born inside one of these flowers for which Holland is well known
    $100 23
This leading character was "a poor mountaineer, barely kept his fam'ly fed"
    $100 7
You'll hear the Brasileiro dialect of this language if you visit Brazil
    $100 5
Spaniards named these furry rodents for the Chincha Indians
    $100 17
Often having a rubber or plastic blade, this tool is ideal for scraping bowls & frosting cakes
    $100 4
Add 2 letters to flammable & you'll have this word that means exactly the same thing
    $200 11
At first the mother duck thought her odd egg was a turkey egg; it turned out to be one of these
    $200 24
Nick at Nite once celebrated Mother's Day with a "seven-day Donnathon"—140 episodes of this series
    $200 8
Plato wrote in the Attic dialect of this language
    $200 6
These rodents of the Plains received their name because they "bark" like canines
    $200 18
The brand name Cuisinart has become synonymous with this appliance
    $200 1
It's a synonym for sleep, or a type of party where you'd sleep over
    $300 27
Andersen read "The Nightingale", a story about this country's ruler, to the king of Denmark
    $300 25
Of Donny Osmond, Jimmy Osmond or Ken Osmond, the one who played Eddie Haskell on "Leave It To Beaver"
    $300 10
Luganda, a Bantu language, is spoken widely in the southern part of this country
    $300 14
The Norway species of this rodent is particularly noted for its mass drownings
    $300 19
For softening meat, this hammerlike tool with raised points does much the same job as Adolph's
    $300 2
Before going to the prom, you should know that "prom" is short for this
    $400 28
In a famous tale, the ruler was told these were "light as a cobweb" trousers, coat & cloak
    $400 26
Jerry Paris, who directed most of the episodes of "Happy Days", played Jerry Helper on this classic sitcom
    $400 12
It's the German name for the German language
    $400 15
Typically, these homes built by beavers have several underwater tunnels
    $400 20
A butcher's steel will keep a sharp knife sharp, but for dull ones this "stone" is recommended
    $400 3
A man who heads an abbey is an abbot; a woman who heads one is given this similar title
    DD: $1,500 29
Karen's first pair of these title objects wasn't enchanted
    $500 30
This was the secret identity of Commissioner Gordon's daughter Barbara
    $500 13
It's the official language of Tunisia
    $500 16
Some folks call these largest living rodents water pigs
    $500 22
For baking, many people use this type of oven that circulates heat with a fan
    $500 21
These 2 words which differ by 1 letter refer to places where birds & bees are kept

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

David Robert Charnita
$1,500 $900 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Robert Charnita
$1,100 $2,500 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
After passing the House, bills to extend statehood to these 2 territories were shelved by the Senate
    $200 4
The name of this Walkman maker comes from the Latin sonus, meaning sound
    $200 5
She made her London debut in 1847 & the town "went mad about the Swedish Nightingale"
    $200 22
This first man to walk on the moon was shot down during Korean War service
    $200 10
The dogma of her immaculate conception was made a Catholic article of faith in 1854
    $200 15
He lived at 28 Dean Street when he began writing "Das Kapital"
    $400 2
On September 26 this general announced that Seoul, Korea was again in friendly hands
    $400 25
In 1944 this company adopted the slogan "When you care enough to send the very best"
    $400 6
This diva's non-operatic albums include "South Pacific" with Jose Carreras & "Kiri sings Gershwin"
    $400 20
Astronauts Conrad, Kerwin & Weitz made the first flight on this U.S. space station in 1973
    $400 11
This church is run by a Board of Directors whose first members were appointed by Mary Baker Eddy
    $400 16
This American patriot went to London as a journeyman printer & later lived many years at 36 Craven Street
    $600 3
This creator of Tarzan died in Encino, California on March 19
    $600 26
In 1987 this company headed by Lee Iacocca bought American Motors Corp.
    $600 7
Bessie Smith was crowned the "Empress of" this musical form
    $600 21
She was married to astronaut Steven Hawley when she became the first U.S. woman in space in 1983
    DD: $1,000 12
In Arabic this holy city of Jews, Christians & Muslims is called al-Quds
    $600 17
This Lord Protector of England died at Whitehall Palace in 1658
    $800 27
In a plebiscite over 57% of this country's voters favored the return from exile of King Leopold III
    $800 29
The Hearst Corp. owns this "royal" syndicate that distributes "Blondie" & other comic strips
    $800 8
Jazz pianist Hazel Scott married this flamboyant Harlem congressman in 1945
    $800 23
This first American in space was the only one of the original Mercury 7 astronauts to fly to the Moon
    $800 13
This religion's Rig Veda was composed orally around 1400-1200 B.C.
    $800 18
He wrote 7 plays while living at 29 Fitzroy Square, including "Candida" & "Arms and the Man"
    $1000 28
Her play "The Member of the Wedding" opened on Broadway on January 5
    $1000 30
This company founded by William Gates & Paul Allen developed the MS-DOS operating system
    DD: $1,000 9
This founder of the Opera Company of Boston sometimes sits on a stool when she conducts orchestras
    $1000 24
This Utah senator flew as a payload specialist & subject of a space sickness experiment
    $1000 14
This sacred book of the Latter-Day Saints tells of the conflict between the Lamanites & Nephites
    $1000 19
This Anglo-Indian author wrote "Barrack-Room Ballads" at 43 Villiers Street

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Robert Charnita
$7,300 $6,300 $3,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the first president to visit all 50 states while in office

Final scores:

David Robert Charnita
$1,999 $1 $100
2-day champion: $15,499 3rd place: Giorgio Beverly Hills Eyewear sunglasses 2nd place: Bassett bedroom furniture + Bassett mattress

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Robert Charnita
$8,800 $6,300 $3,700
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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Game tape date: 1993-08-23
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