Show #2139 - Thursday, December 16, 1993


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Neal Favret, a law student from New Orleans, Louisiana

Barney Agnew, a guest service agent from Chicago, Illinois

Sandy Silk, a certified financial planner originally from Fall River, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
It's the number of cents in a Canadian dollar—makes sense to us
    $100 16
Amathophobia is a fear of this, something everyone returns to & Pledge gets rid of
    $100 21
Found in a tree's xylem, it's a liquid made up of dissolved mineral salts & sugars
    $100 26
Elisha Gray & Alexander Graham Bell contested the invention of this device all the way to the Supreme Court
    $100 6
A precious metal that's been around a while
    $100 1
Michael Chang,
Boris Becker,
Gabriela Sabatini
    $200 12
Dragon boat races are an annual June event in this British Columbia city known for its Asian community
    $200 17
Algophobics fear pain & hedonophobics fear this
    $200 22
Burpee doesn't sell you seeds to grow these vegetables, it sends you eyes
    $200 27
Scottish inventor John Logie Baird transmitted the first moving picture in this medium
    $200 7
Heat Wesson till it bubbles
    $200 2
Barry Sanders,
Jim McMahon,
Eric Dickerson
    $300 13
The motto of this Canadian province is "Je me souviens", which means "I remember"
    $300 18
Chionophobics fear flakes of this
    $300 23
The anther is usually made up of 4 of these sacs
    $300 28
Joseph Bramah invented several machine tools to make his "pickproof" type of this device
    $300 8
A box with the pattern of a Highland clan
    $300 3
James Worthy,
Karl Malone,
Isiah Thomas
    $400 14
Canada's beautiful National Gallery isn't far from the Parliament buildings in this city
    $400 19
An erg is a unit of this; ergo, ergophobia is a fear of it
    $400 24
Michigan, New Jersey & North Carolina grow the Highbush variety of this bright berry
    $400 29
In the 1790s Richard Trevithick invented the first high-pressure type of this engine
    $400 9
A weighty tax
    $400 4
Cecil Fielder,
Roger Clemens,
Dennis Eckersley
    $500 15
This Nova Scotia city is the largest in Canada's Atlantic provinces
    $500 20
Ancraophobics wouldn't like to find the answer, my friend, here
    DD: $500 25
Some of these plants, like cacti, store water in their stems; others use their leaves
    $500 30
Charles Kettering, inventor of an electric cash register, also co-founded this cancer institute
    $500 10
A Viking equestrian
    $500 5
Betsy King,
Beth Daniel,
Patty Sheehan

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

Sandy Barney Neal
$2,800 $300 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sandy Barney Neal
$4,500 $100 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE "IN"s & "OUT"s
    $200 2
Some legends say this Polish city was founded by a prince named Krak who outwitted a dragon
    $200 7
Traditionally, juleps are garnished with this type of leaf
    $200 16
Capt. Yossarian tries to outwit the army & stay alive in this novel by Joseph Heller
    $200 21
This federal ironclad almost sank twice on the way to its battle with the Merrimack
    $200 26
He likened the familiar opening 4 notes of his fifth symphony to fate knocking at the door
    $200 1
Extras from the Masai & Kikuyu tribes appeared in this film about the life of Isak Dinesen
    $400 3
Worms, the city where Martin Luther appeared before the Imperial Diet in 1521, is in this country
    $400 8
James Bond prefers his "shaken, not stirred"
    $400 17
Though he loves Roxane, he helps Christian de Neuvillette pursue her
    $400 22
After holding the office provisionally, he was elected to a 6-year term as Confederate president
    $400 27
His work "Concerts avec Plusieurs Instruments" is better known as the "Brandenburg Concertos"
    $400 10
The Sidney Poitier movie "They Call Me Mister Tibbs!" was a follow-up to this film
    $600 4
St. Ambrose is this city's patron saint, so La Scala's season traditionally begins on his feast day
    $600 9
This cocktail made with white rum, lime juice & sugar is served cold or frozen
    $600 18
Of the 4 "Little Women", she's the tomboy
    $600 23
In July 1861 inexperienced Union troops were routed at this battle near Manassas, Virginia
    DD: $800 28
This composer's last 2 works, mazurkas in G minor & F minor, were published posthumously
    $600 13
Robert Blake played one of the killers in this 1967 film based on Truman Capote's book
    $800 5
The Monastery of the Caves in this capital of Ukraine is noted for its ancient catacombs
    $800 11
This sweet anise- flavored liqueur is considered Greece's national aperitif
    $800 19
Surgeon Adam Kelno brings an author to trial in this 1970 Leon Uris novel
    $800 24
This Mississippi city surrendered to the Union the day after the Battle of Gettysburg
    $800 29
This composer of "The Creation" & "The Seasons" has been called the "Father of the String Quartet"
    $800 14
Anything that can go wrong does to Jack Lemmon & Sandy Dennis in this 1970 film
    $1000 6
Belgium's Marine Museum is inside a 10th century fortress that's the oldest building in this major seaport
    $1000 12
Mix equal parts of Scotch & Drambuie, pour over ice & you'll have this classic cocktail
    $1000 20
Mrs. Hudson was this detective's landlady
    DD: $3,900 25
In January 1862 Lincoln replaced Secretary of War Simon Cameron with this man
    $1000 30
During World War I this pianist donated his concert receipts to Polish war victims
    $1000 15
Bruce Willis played a Vietnam War vet & uncle to Emily Lloyd in this 1989 film

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sandy Barney Neal
$9,300 -$600 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She was Time magazine's Woman of the Year for 1953

Final scores:

Sandy Barney Neal
$4,199 -$600 $7,200
2nd place: trip to Tampa, Florida 3rd place: American Pearl Company pearl pendant necklace New champion: $7,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sandy Barney Neal
$9,300 $3,100 $7,200
24 R,
0 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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Game tape date: 1993-09-13
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