Show #2136 - Monday, December 13, 1993

David Hillinck game 4.


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Pat Whitehead, a housewife and grad student from Wall, New Jersey

Lynn Clemons, an outdoor recreation planner from Winnemucca, Nevada

David Hillinck, a teacher and administrator from Pasadena, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $41,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And with regard to that Batman TV series, this is the series that was on the air in the 1960s, not the current one.)
    $100 26
On the 20th anniversary of his death, Nov. 22, 30,000 people visited this president's grave
    $100 21
The villainous King Tut tried to put this city under his power with an ancient potion
    $100 1
He chose Carol M. Browner as his EPA chief & proposed giving the job Cabinet rank for the first time
    $100 6
The human larynx contains these sound- producing membranes
    $100 16
These cakes are usually eaten at breakfast with the bean beverage for which they're named
    $100 8
    $200 27
On Nov. 2 President Reagan signed a bill establishing a federal holiday honoring this man
    $200 22
This fascinating feline fiend sometimes hid out at 32 Pussyfoot Road
    $200 2
In 1992 the California gray species of this mammal was removed from the endangered species list
    $200 7
A bivalve is a mollusk with 2 hinged parts to this
    $200 17
The garlic sauce known as aioli originated in the Provence region of this country
    $200 9
    $300 28
Over 200 U.S. Marines were killed when their headquarters was bombed in this Middle Eastern city
    $300 23
Cesar Romero said the wig he wore for this role gave him a headache, & he wasn't kidding
    $300 3
Petra Kelly, a founder of this country's Green Party, served in its Bundestag 1983-1990
    $300 11
This period is about 60 days for a housecat, 9 months for a human & 18 months for an Indian elephant
    $300 18
Popular in Latin America, ceviche is a raw fish dish that's usually made with this citrus juice
    $300 10
    $400 29
It was announced that this, the world's largest monolith, would be given to Australia's Aborigines
    $400 24
Frank Gorshin was the first to play this Prince of Puzzlers; John Astin was second
    $400 4
In 1985 Greenpeace's ship the Rainbow Warrior was sunk in this country
    $400 12
Shrimps & crabs belong to this class of arthropods
    $400 19
Avery Island, Louisiana is nicknamed the "Red Pepper Paradise" because it's the home of this sauce
    $400 13
    $500 30
Yasir Arafat met with this president Dec. 22, ending the rift between the PLO & Egypt
    $500 25
This "Carol Burnett Show" regular was tested for the role of Batman but didn't get the part
    DD: $700 5
A 1993 report said this Alaskan sound is still suffering the effects of the Exxon Valdez spill
    $500 14
Drosophila melanogaster, this type of fly, is probably the animal whose genetics are best understood
    $500 20
A toasted almond cocktail gets its almond flavor from this liqueur
    $500 15
Bella Abzug,
Hedda Hopper,
Bartholomew Cubbins

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

David Lynn Pat
$2,700 $200 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Lynn Pat
$1,800 $1,800 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Every September this Florida city hosts a Native American Heritage Festival
    $200 10
Henry Blair, who invented a corn harvester, was the 1st Black to obtain one of these
    $200 21
In the 1600s Sir Isaac Newton used one of these to split sunlight into its colors
    $200 26
The bride's wearing of this may go back to ancient times, when it hid her from evil spirits
    $200 6
After the sub Nautilus passed under this geographic extreme, the Skate surfaced at it in 1959
    $200 1
In 1947 he published a book of 18 "Tales of the South Pacific"
    $400 17
The William Paca House in this city was the home of a Maryland governor who had signed the Declaration of Independence
    $400 11
In 1992 Mae Jemison "Endeavoured" to become the 1st Black woman to go here, & she did
    $400 22
This device invented in 1960 produces very pure light of a single color
    $400 27
Because it has no beginning & no end, it's a symbol of eternity
    $400 7
The ancient citadel of Masada is on the western shore of this sea
    $400 2
In this Edgar Allan Poe tale, a rare beetle is used to find Captain Kidd's buried treasure
    $600 18
Founded by Roger Williams in 1638, the oldest Baptist church in the U.S. is in this city
    $600 12
In 1952 he & Oliver Tambo formed the 1st Black law partnership in South Africa
    $600 23
A plano-convex lens has one side that's convex & one that's this shape
    $600 28
For a Muslim ceremony to be official, there must be 2 male or 1 male & 2 female ones of these
    $600 8
Nara was the first permanent capital of this Asian country, from 710 to 784
    $600 3
His 2nd book on bullfighting, "The Dangerous Summer", was published in 1985—24 years after his death
    DD: $2,000 19
It's the capital of the Keystone State
    $800 13
Edward Alexander Bouchet was the 1st Black to earn a Ph.D. & the 1st to join this Greek-letter fraternity
    $800 24
One of these units of wavelength, represented by the letter A with a circle over it, equals 10-10 m.
    $800 29
During a Greek Orthodox ceremony, these are placed on the heads of the bride & groom
    $800 9
This notorious Confederate prison camp was established in 1864 & used for just 14 months
    DD: $2,000 4
This novel links the events of June 16, 1904 in Dublin with parallel events in the "Odyssey"
    $1000 20
John Wayne's collection of kachina dolls is on display at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in this city
    $1000 14
In 1908 he defeated Tommy Burns to become the 1st Black world heavyweight boxing champ
    $1000 25
This Dane reconciled the wave & particle concepts of light with his principle of complementarity
    $1000 30
It's the percussion instrument featured in the Buddhist marriage ceremony
    $1000 15
Built in the 1930s, this French system of fortifications ran from Switzerland to Belgium
    $1000 5
This author of such juvenile novel series as "Luck and Pluck" & "Tattered Tom" was an ordained minister

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Lynn Pat
$8,200 $2,200 $1,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This toy company with a theme park in Billund, Denmark plans to open parks near London & in the U.S.

Final scores:

David Lynn Pat
$5,700 $3,400 $2,200
4-day champion: $47,401 2nd place: NEC notebook computer + reference book collection 3rd place: Service Merchandise gift certificate + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Lynn Pat
$8,800 $2,200 $1,100
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
5 W
12 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $12,100

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Game tape date: 1993-09-13
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