Show #2097 - Tuesday, October 19, 1993

David Venderbush game 3.


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Steve Cartwright, a physicist from Dayton, Ohio

Julie Davidson, a broker from Brooklyn New York

David Venderbush, an attorney originally from Mequon, Wisconsin (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,499)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That means, of course, that each correct response will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $100 8
This Essex County seat is home to a witch house; it belonged to a judge who presided at their trials
    $100 26
This former NBA star won a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album for "What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS"
    $100 5
This dome of teased hair piled high on the head sounds as if it comes with its own "comb"
    $100 20
Darkling beetles are so called because they are active at this time of day
    $100 16
One of his first inventions at Menlo Park was the carbon transmitter
    $100 4
This, the interrogation of a witness, can be "direct" or "cross"
    $200 9
Ah, yes, my little dear, it's the state bird
    $200 27
Celine Dion & Peabo Bryson won Best Pop Duo Vocal for the title track to this Disney film
    $200 6
It's a spiral twist of hair affixed to the cheek by saliva or another fixative
    $200 21
Horses have 64 chromosomes, donkeys 62 & this cross between them, 63
    $200 17
In 1851 Hermann von Helmholtz invented the ophthalmoscope used to view the interior of these organs
    $200 1
This decree issued Jan. 1, 1863 declared freedom for slaves held in certain regions
    $300 10
Henry David Thoreau built a simple cabin next to this body of water near Concord
    $300 28
In accepting his Grammy Legend Award, he stated that "Me and Janet really are two different people"
    $300 7
In this style the scalp is shaved except for a line of upright hair running back from the forehead
    $300 23
Yellowfin, bigeye, bluefin & albacore are 4 of the 7 species of this fish
    $300 18
When Helen Keller was 6, her parents took her to meet this inventor
    $300 2
In the U.S. this title is commonly appended to the names of attorneys
    $400 11
The first modern version of this sports event was held in 1903 in Massachusetts; the Pilgrims beat the Pirates
    $400 29
Among his 6 Grammys was one for an acoustic version of "Layla"
    $400 14
They hang around Rastafarians
    $400 24
The squab, the young of this bird, is sometimes eaten
    $400 19
Richard Arkwright used this man's steam engine to power textile machinery
    $400 3
One of the people who form the "College" that chooses the U.S. president
    DD: $1,300 12
After John Quincy Adams, he was the next U.S. president born in Massachusetts
    $500 30
U2 won a Grammy for Best Rock Group Vocal for this album
    $500 15
This cut shares its name with the regal title character of a Harold Foster comic strip
    $500 25
This insect is named for its resemblance to a moving twig
    $500 22
Charles Wheatstone & Oliver Wendell Holmes invented forms of these 3-D picture viewers
    $500 13
Legally speaking, this is entering a private place with intent to listen to private conversations

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

David Julie Steve
$2,600 $1,200 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Julie Steve
$3,700 $2,500 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In 1963 the Dutch turned over West New Guinea to this island nation
    $200 26
One recipe for Boston baked beans calls for these seafaring legumes
    $200 21
This queen's husband, Prince Philip, is also her third cousin
    $200 11
Sidney Kingsley's "Dead End" centers around an East River pier in this city
    $200 2
Truman's & Eisenhower's doctrines pledged money to countries resisting this political philosophy
    $200 13
A 1936 operetta, "The Headless Horseman", was based on this Washington Irving work
    $400 7
Provinces in this South American country include Cordoba, Mendoza & La Pampa
    $400 27
It's the popular Japanese name for bean curd
    $400 22
George V was king of England while his first cousin Wilhelm II ruled this country
    $400 12
The title characters of this 1899 Shaw play first meet at a sphinx
    $400 3
Cider presses in Pennsylvania were this 19th century pioneer planter's seed source
    $400 14
"A Moveable Feast", published posthumously, told of his life & friends in Paris in the 1920s
    $600 8
This largely Arab country has 3 Kurdish autonomous regions in the north
    $600 28
Before cooking your lima, fava or azuki beans you have to do this to them, maybe overnight
    $600 23
Ivan the Terrible's first wife, Anastasia, was a member of this family that later ruled Russia
    DD: $1,500 18
This Thornton Wilder play calls for no scenery other than 2 arched trellises
    $600 4
Officially, it's the Serviceman's Readjustment Act of 1944, but it's more commonly called this
    DD: $3,000 15
In this Edgar Allan Poe story, Prince Prospero tries to avoid a deadly plague
    $800 9
The former Soviet state of Byelorussia is now known by this name
    $800 29
This bean with a mottled coat is "refried" in Mexican cooking
    $800 24
This Austrian family's prominent lower lip reportedly came from Emperor Frederick III's mother, Cymbarka
    $800 19
This author of "The Prince" wrote one of the best Italian comedies, "La Mandragola"
    $800 5
In March 1937 U.S. Steel recognized this union headed by John L. Lewis
    $800 16
"Myron" was a 1974 sequel to this Gore Vidal novel
    $1000 10
Christiansborg Palace is the home of this country's parliament as well as its Supreme Court
    $1000 30
Also called turtle beans, they're used in dips & in Cuban food
    $1000 25
This Spaniard married 2 of Henry VII's sons: Arthur, Prince of Wales & Henry VIII
    $1000 20
He gained fame as a playwright with his second produced play, "Come Back, Little Sheba"
    $1000 1
This son of a railroad magnate was a chief negotiator at the Vietnam peace talks
    $1000 17
He was managing editor of the New Yorker before he published "The Postman Always Rings Twice"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Julie Steve
$8,700 $3,300 $12,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

He left $50,000 to the "poor of Walldorf near Heidelberg in the Grand Duchy of Baden"

Final scores:

David Julie Steve
$8,700 $3,300 $6,999
3-day champion: $24,199 3rd place: Aiwa stereo system 2nd place: Singer dining room set + RCR crystal stemware set

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Julie Steve
$7,900 $3,300 $8,900
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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Game tape date: 1993-08-23
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