Show #2135 - Friday, December 10, 1993

David Hillinck game 3.


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Paul Ehrmann, a substitute teacher originally from Boulder, Colorado

Kathleen Johnson, an assistant editor from Los Angeles, California

David Hillinck, a teacher and administrator from Pasadena, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Mapping of its far side didn't begin until 1959
    $100 2
1 of the 2 U.S. first ladies born in Georgia
    $100 10
When Charles Hires invented this beverage, it was slightly alcoholic
    $100 26
In 1980 this country adopted a design of the Aztec dragon for its 5-peso coin
    $100 17
This type of movie is sometimes referred to as an oater
    $100 16
Some of the inkblots in his famous test are black & white while some are more colorful
    $200 3
2017 is the next year the path of totality of one of these will be over the U.S.
    $200 6
She was the most famous female flyer from Kansas—if you don't count Dorothy
    $200 11
It's what PB stands for in a PB Max candy bar
    $200 27
Peter the Great introduced this standard Russian coin in 1704
    $200 18
2-word phrase for a date on which both parties pay their own expenses
    $200 22
A false belief that one is very important or famous is usually called a delusion of this
    $300 4
This state is home to the Mount Wilson & Mount Palomar Observatories
    $300 7
In 1992 her brother, once known as "Champagne Charlie", became the 9th Earl Spencer
    $300 12
In the French dish jambon a la choucroute, this meat is served with sauerkraut
    $300 28
Coins in this Asian country are in denominations of 1, 2 & 5 fen
    $300 19
This 3-letter phrase meaning that things are favorable was popularized by the U.S. astronauts
    $300 23
A toxiphobe fears that someone or something will do this to him
    $400 5
The Facts on File Dictionary of Astronomy has entries for this planet's polar caps & volcanos
    $400 8
Last name of the 17th century Italian artist known as "Il Bolognese", or of Monaco's royal family
    $400 13
As a substitute for true caviar, many people serve red caviar, which comes from this fish
    $400 29
Equal to 20 rials, the Pahlavi is a former gold coin of this country
    $400 20
Term for eggs fried on one side only so that the yolk remains soft
    $400 24
If this memory loss doesn't have an organic cause, it's assumed to be a dissociative disorder
    $500 14
Around 1700 John Flamsteed, the first Astronomer Royal, compiled a numbered catalog of these
    $500 9
"The Clowns", this film director's tribute to circus people, was made originally for Italian TV
    $500 15
Often served mashed, this root vegetable looks like an anemic version of a carrot
    $500 30
In 1988 Australia became the 1st large country to issue bullion coins made of this valuable metal
    DD: $1,000 21
Due to its location near the Potomac River, this Cabinet department is called "Foggy Bottom"
    $500 25
This Austrian examined social ills in his 1930 book "Civilization and its discontents"

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

David Kathleen Paul
$1,800 $1,200 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Kathleen Paul
$3,900 $2,400 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We had PSYCH 101 in the first round. We have [*] in this one.)
    $200 2
This battleship was launched from the New York Navy Yard in 1890; it blew up in 1898
    $200 24
It's an official language in both Paraguay & Peru
    $200 16
Ireland's Trinity College is also known as the University of this city
    $200 28
The Russian title of Tchaikovsky's opera about this saint is "Orleanskaya Deva"
    $200 7
The special Pulitzer that Alex Haley received for this epic book was auctioned off in 1992
    $200 6
This actor's first line in the film is "Gee, I'm sorry. I didn't hear you in all this rain"
    $400 3
The Jones Act of 1916 made residents of this Caribbean island citizens of the U.S.
    $400 25
In "Julius Caesar", Casca describes a Cicero speech by saying, "It was" this language "to me"
    $400 17
Winchester in this state is the home of Shenandoah University
    $400 29
This Verdi heroine is the daughter of Amonasro, an Ethiopian king
    $400 8
President Reagan called this author's "The Hunt for Red October" the "perfect yarn"
    $400 18
According to Norman Bates, "A boy's best friend is" this relative
    $600 1
On January 31, 1795, this man resigned as Secretary of the Treasury & was succeeded by Oliver Wolcott
    $600 26
Sadly, the Manx language became extinct in this century
    $600 19
The school once known as the University of Deseret is now called the University of this
    $600 30
The Welsh National Opera is based in the New Theatre in this capital city
    $600 9
In a recent bestseller, this TV & radio show host muses on "The Way Things Ought to Be"
    $600 20
Norman likes to stuff these animals found in the title of a 1963 Hitchcock film
    $800 14
This Louisiana governor was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1930, but didn't take his seat until 1932
    $800 27
Most native speakers of Urdu live in 1 of these 2 countries
    $800 23
You'll find the University of New South Wales in Kensington, a suburb of this capital of New South Wales
    $800 15
Mephistopheles is a bass role in Berlioz' opera about "The Damnation of" this man
    $800 10
In 1972 he published "All Creatures Great and Small" & "It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet"
    $800 21
This actor seen in a non-speaking role as a police guard later talked a lot when he played Ted Baxter
    DD: $2,000 13
In 1935 this future GOP presidential candidate was appointed a special prosecutor in N.Y.
    $1000 12
Kiamu, which is spoken on the island of Lamu, is one of the most important dialects of this Bantu language
    DD: $1,000 11
There's a building named for Mrs. Herbert Hoover on the campus of this university, her alma mater
    $1000 4
"The Kiss" was the first opera this "Bartered Bride" composer wrote after losing his hearing
    $1000 5
Tao House, where he wrote "Long Day's Journey into Night", is a National Historic Site in California
    $1000 22
Norman wraps Marion's body in this, which she'd clutched & pulled from its rings as she died

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Kathleen Paul
$7,700 $7,200 $3,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This word for mass destruction once referred to the killing of every 10th Roman soldier after a mutiny

Final scores:

David Kathleen Paul
$14,401 $10,600 $0
3-day champion: $41,701 2nd place: Trip to Quail Lodge Resort, Carmel, California + Pinseeker driver 3rd place: ride in Goodyear Blimp + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Kathleen Paul
$7,200 $7,200 $2,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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Game tape date: 1993-08-31
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