Show #2104 - Thursday, October 28, 1993

Rachael Schwartz game 5.


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Allyson Bennett, a teacher from Scottsdale, Arizona

Kathleen Shilkret, a public relations officer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,800)

Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey (whose 4-day cash winnings total $37,499)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
This 1981 Henry Fonda film was shot on New Hampshire's Squam Lake
    $100 1
If a team fails to advance the ball this many yards in 4 downs, it loses possession
    $100 3
The "nickel" in the name of this dark bread is a German word for "goblin", not a coin
    $100 4
Today "Super Mystery" books pair Nancy with this young crime-solving team
    $100 10
Kind of animal used by Esso & by Kellogg's Frosted Flakes
    $100 9
This 14-acre Manhattan theatre complex has its own film society & chamber music society
    $200 23
Connecticut's largest library is at this university
    $200 2
On November 8, 1970, Tom Dempsey kicked the longest one of these in NFL history, 63 yards
    $200 5
This adjective that means impudent or just plain rude is an alteration of "saucy"
    $200 27
Originally she had this hair color, but it was changed to titian to avoid looking like her friend Bess
    $200 16
The smiling pitcher for this General Foods drink was created in 1956
    $200 12
Of, coffee, tea or mead, the one that's also known as metheglin
    $300 24
In 1990 a New Hampshire planetarium was dedicated to this teacher who died in the Challenger explosion
    $300 20
This former Jets quarterback holds his team's record for career touchdown passes with 170
    $300 6
This word for a self- service restaurant evolved from an American Spanish term for a coffee store
    $300 28
This bespectacled talk show hostess prefers producers who've read Nancy; they're better investigators
    DD: $500 17
Brand that uses the following character in its ads:
    $300 13
Keyboardist Dizzy Reed, who joined this Axl Rose group in 1990, is a big "Jeopardy!" fan
    $400 25
Rhode Island's state house boasts a full- length portrait of George Washington by this native son
    $400 21
Mike Ditka, the former coach of this team, won Super Bowls as a player, assistant coach & head coach
    $400 7
This musical instrument is named for the muse of epic poetry; you might hear it at the circus
    $400 29
Under this pen name, Mildred Wirt Benson wrote 23 of the 1st 30 stories, including the very 1st
    $400 18
This athletic shoe company refers to the boomerang-shaped slash under its name as the "Swoosh"
    $400 14
Though this swan's name implies that it's silent, it will hiss loudly when angry
    $500 26
Mount Desert Island off the coast of this state is home to New England's only nat'l park, Acadia
    $500 22
In his career, 1957-1965, this Cleveland back scored 126 touchdowns, a record that still stands
    $500 8
The boojum tree is named for an imaginary creature in his poem "The Hunting of the Snark"
    $500 30
Published in 1930, the first Nancy Drew book concerned "The Secret of" this object
    $500 19
A stylized one of these fits around the Arby's name
    $500 15
This late magazine publisher & balloonist's middle initial, S., stood for Stevenson

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

Rachael Kathleen Allyson
$100 $1,200 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rachael Kathleen Allyson
$2,200 $2,500 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
With a fleet of much more than gondolas, this republic destroyed the Egyptian fleet in 1123
    $200 15
You can see this rock star's jet Lisa Marie at his estate in Memphis
    $200 18
In the 1970s Joshua Rifkin became famous for reviving the ragtime music of this composer
    $200 2
3 of the 4 people honored in 1901 & 1902 were from this neutral country
    $200 9
Anna Sage fingered this public enemy at a Chicago theatre to avoid deportation
    $200 17
When this Woody Allen play begins, Allan Felix is watching "The Maltese Falcon" on TV
    $400 5
Formerly Dutch, Britain's Cape Colony was on this cape
    $400 23
An Arlington, Tex. museum has 145 of these machines on exhibit, including some of Elias Howe's from the 1860s
    $400 19
Before his solo career, James Galway played this instrument for 6 years in the Berlin Philharmonic
    DD: $600 3
After Andrei Sakharov in 1975, he was the next Russian to win
    $400 10
President Carter stated that he thought this doctor had been unjustly convicted in the Lincoln assassination
    $400 27
This Neil Simon comedy opens in a 7th floor hotel suite overlooking Central Park
    $600 6
In Italy the Ghibellines owed their allegiance to the Emperor & the Guelphs to this man
    $600 24
Waterloo Gallery, part of his London home, Apsley House, contains his art collection
    $600 20
Jose Iturbi played the music of this composer in the 1945 movie "A Song to Remember"
    $600 4
1960 Nobel Peace Prize winner Albert John Luthuli was a chief of this African people
    $600 11
By 1896 Robert Leroy Parker was using this name in honor of his mentor, a cattle rustler
    $600 28
Martha imitates Bette Davis saying, "What a dump!" in scene one of this Edward Albee play
    $800 14
In March 1964 the U.N. sent a peacekeeping force to this Mediterranean island
    $800 25
Crop dusting equipment is displayed at the Nat'l Agricultural Aviation Museum in this Miss. capital
    $800 21
Robert Mann is the leader of this string quartet named for a New York music school
    $800 7
This Holocaust survivor won the prize in 1986
    $800 12
This organization abbreviated SLA was behind the kidnapping of Patty Hearst
    DD: $1,000 29
At the beginning of this 1890 Ibsen play, the title character has just returned from her honeymoon
    $1000 16
A soldier & man of action, Maurice of Nassau was head of this house in Holland
    $1000 26
This former Nevada boomtown has 2 museums devoted to Mark Twain, who was a newspaper reporter there
    $1000 22
This pianist's return to Russia in 1986 produced a concert televised worldwide
    $1000 8
Saying that peace had not been achieved, this North Vietnamese negotiator turned down the 1973 prize
    $1000 13
George Hull was the man behind this hoax "giant" discovered in New York in 1869

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rachael Kathleen Allyson
$9,800 $7,100 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This holiday is the top avocado-eating day of the year in the U.S.; Super Bowl Sunday is second

Final scores:

Rachael Kathleen Allyson
$5,400 $10,101 $100
2nd place: Broyhill living room set + Imperial wall coverings 2-day champion: $19,901 3rd place: ProForm exercise machine

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rachael Kathleen Allyson
$9,400 $7,100 $2,900
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
19 R,
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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Game tape date: 1993-08-24
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