Show #2101 - Monday, October 25, 1993

Rachael Schwartz game 2.


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Debra Cope, a financial reporter from Brooklyn, New York

Harris Levine, a dentist from Fort Lee, New Jersey

Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In heliotropism, the flowers of a plant turn toward this during the day
    $100 11
The Supremes performed on this Sunday night variety show 15 times 1964-69
    $100 16
Lord Byron wrote, "Truth is always strange; stranger than" this
    $100 13
The Grand Canyon is part of this state's Colorado Plateau
    $100 1
It's the 3-legged stand, usually adjustable, on which a photographer sets the camera
    $100 17
Because of its holes, Samsoe has been called the Danish version of this cheese
    $200 7
Of the 2 main types of light-sensitive cells in the retina, these are used in low light
    $200 12
The group was formed in this city in 1959 as The Primettes; it became the Supremes in 1961
    $200 27
Oliver Herford defined this as "a place devised for animals to study the habits of human beings"
    $200 14
Cape Alava in this state is the westernmost point in the contiguous 48 states
    $200 2
The F in F-stop or F-number stands for this "length"
    $200 18
Pepato, as you might guess, is heavily spiced with this
    DD: $700 8
Each of a mammal's erector pili muscles is attached to one of these
    $300 24
This head of Motown didn't sign the group the first time he saw them; it took awhile
    $300 28
According to William Marcy, it's to whom "belong the spoils of the enemy"
    $300 15
In area, it's the USA's largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River
    $300 3
20 photographers working under this cameraman were able to record every phase of the Civil War
    $300 19
Holland's 2 most exported cheeses are Gouda & this
    $400 9
Most blood cells are produced in the red, not the yellow, type of this tissue
    $400 25
This word is in the title of 6 of their 12 No. 1 hits
    $400 29
It's "often guilt instead of golden"; enough said
    $400 22
This river originates in Pittsburgh & flows into the Mississippi at Cairo, Illinois
    $400 4
Photographic prints are of 2 basic types: glossy, which is shiny, & this, which is dull
    $400 20
Mizithra, a soft, oily cheese, is made from the whey by-product of this Greek cheese
    $500 10
High levels of this substance that the body converts to vitamin A may turn the skin yellow
    $500 26
This original member stayed in the group the longest
    $500 30
Lord Chesterfield called it "a confused heap of facts" & Henry Ford said it was "bunk"
    $500 23
The name of this Massachusetts resort island may come from an Indian word meaning "the far away land"
    $500 5
In 1888 he developed the first camera to use roll film
    $500 21
A sweet cheese, gourmandise contains this fruit flavoring

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

Rachael Harris Debra
$1,000 $2,100 -$700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rachael Harris Debra
$3,300 $3,000 -$700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Of about 2¢, 20¢ or $2, the amount per acre the U.S. paid Russia for Alaska
    $200 6
Cherokee schools were operating in this territory in the 1830s, about 60 years before white schools
    $200 16
Lesley Simpson wrote that the pre-Columbian cultures of Middle America existed because of this grain
    $200 25
Charles Barbier came up with a code based on dots; Braille adapted it for these people to use
    $200 21
An oval racecourse for chariots, designed for "Maximus" fun
    $200 1
W.W. Denslow illustrated the first edition of his "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"
    $400 12
Charles Weller devised "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party" to test these
    $400 7
The first of his "Eclectic Readers" was published while he served as president of Cincinnati coll.
    $400 17
This conqueror bequeathed his remains to Mexico & they're in the hospital de Jesus, which he founded
    $400 26
The name of this continent once called New Holland was suggested by Matthew Flinders
    $400 22
It's a Roman public square or piazza surrounded by important buildings (& may contain Laker Girls)
    $400 2
R.W. Emerson was a champion of this man, whom he met 2 years before the raid on Harpers Ferry
    $600 13
Minnesota farmer Oliver Kelley founded this fraternal organization
    $600 8
From a Latin word for "a calling", this type of school trains its students for employment
    DD: $1,000 18
The country is divided into 31 states & its monetary unit is divided into 100 of these
    $600 27
This valley in the Grand Teton National Park was named for Trapper David Jackson
    $600 23
Emperor who built the Basilica Ulpia; his column's in front of it
    $600 3
He finished writing "The Gulag Archipelago" in 1968, but it wasn't published until 1973
    $800 14
Under a new dual monarchy, this Austrian emperor became king of Hungary as well
    $800 9
This Poughkeepsie, N.Y. school built an observatory for astronomer Maria Mitchell in 1864
    $800 19
The town's name was Cuauhnahuac; the Spanish mangled it to this, meaning "cow's horn"
    $800 28
Neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot taught Freud this tool for exploring the unconscious
    $800 24
Its 3 main components were the caldarium, frigidarium & tepidarium
    $800 4
He was tried & convicted of libel for his famous open letter "J'Accuse"
    $1000 15
Japan's National Revolution known as this restoration began in 1867 with the accession of prince Mutsuhito
    $1000 10
In 1837 he became the first secretary of Massachusetts' Board of Education
    $1000 20
This 19th century dictator's slogan was "Bread or the Club"; those who disagreed with him got the club
    $1000 5
Disney's 1967 film "The Gnome-Mobile" was based on a novel by this author of "The Jungle"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rachael Harris Debra
$8,500 $5,400 -$1,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

They were elected the first president & secretary of American Express

Final scores:

Rachael Harris Debra
$6,199 $1 -$1,100
2-day champion: $12,699 2nd place: AST notebook computer + Helbros his & hers watches 3rd place: Samsung VCR + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rachael Harris Debra
$8,100 $5,000 -$1,100
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
7 R,
7 W

Combined Coryat: $12,000

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Game tape date: 1993-08-24
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