Show #2163 - Wednesday, January 19, 1994


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Tamara Manning, a computer graphics designer from Chicago, Illinois

Kevin Foley, an accountant from Rockledge, Pennsylvania

Dolores Kass, a New York City probation officer from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
The Kanagawa Treaty of 1854 established a U.S. consulate in this country
    $100 11
This Roger Miller tune begins, "Trailer for sale or rent, room to let fifty cents"
    $100 12
A cornichon is the French version of a gherkin, which is a small version of this
    $100 1
"There is no joy in" this city
    $100 17
The signs for the turnpike in this state feature pilgrim hats
    $100 26
If you're gonna wash that man right out of your hair, you'll need some of this liquid
    $200 7
In 1887 the Union Passenger Railway in this Virginia capital became the first large electric railway system
    $200 13
This group's 1967 debut album contained "Light My Fire" & a long rendition of "The End"
    $200 22
Served in soup, they're the Chinese equivalent of Jewish kreplach
    $200 2
Number of outs when Casey came to bat
    $200 18
Boone's Trace near present-day Lexington, Ky. was a branch of this pioneer route
    $200 27
In the beat, beat, beat of this drum beaten with the hands, you can hear its Hindi roots
    $300 8
The fatal 1970 protest at Kent State Univ. was against the U.S. invasion of this neighbor of Vietnam
    $300 14
In 1993 Vanessa Williams & Brian McKnight reached the top 5 with "Love Is" from this Fox TV series
    $300 23
It's the type of meat used to make Wiener Schnitzel
    $300 3
This Yankee manager titled his autobiography "Casey at the Bat"
    $300 19
Interstate 95 runs through this state from the province of New Brunswick to New Hampshire
    $300 28
To a Hindi they're loose-fitting trousers, to an American, they're bedtime wear
    DD: $500 9
In 1853 the U.S. purchased this strip of land in northern Mexico to provide transcontinental rail service
    $400 15
Song with the line, "I write I'm sorry, but my letter keeps coming back"
    $400 24
The name of these pasta noodles is Italian for "little tongues"
    $400 4
Ernest Lawrence Thayer published the poem in this California city's Examiner in 1888
    $400 20
Peachtree Street is the main north-south thoroughfare in this Southern city
    $400 29
A colored cotton neckerchief with white spots
    $500 10
In 1849 Congress created this Cabinet dept. to supervise Indians & huge government land holdings
    $500 16
Captain & Tennille song about "rodent romance"
    $500 25
A club steak is also known by this name, after a New York restaurant
    $500 5
When Casey came to bat, there were men on these bases
    $500 21
Now called U.S. Highway 30, the first coast-to-coast road for automobiles was named for this U.S. president
    $500 30
From Sanskrit through Hindi comes this term for an area of dense tropical foliage

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

Dolores Kevin Tamara
$900 $1,400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dolores Kevin Tamara
$1,400 $4,300 -$500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
The Magyar Allami Operahaz is this country's State Opera House
    $200 21
Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. is part of the headquarters of this organization, the D.A.R.
    $200 16
His original art for "The Birds of America" is at the New York Historical Society
    $200 6
Ratified in 1951, the 22nd Amendment put a 2-term limit on this
    $200 1
Generally, it's any "plan" set up by employers to pay retirees
    $200 11
This author wrote an 1851 novel about "a rusty wooden house, with seven acutely peaked gables"
    $400 22
The Sport of Kings Society promotes the collection of memorabilia associated with this sport
    $400 17
Co-developed by Georges Braque, this abstract art style was first exhibited around 1908 in Paris
    $400 7
At age 76 he again assumed the office of British Prime Minister
    $400 2
The Truth In Lending Act made lenders reveal the APR, which stands for this
    $400 12
Captain Andy Hawks owns the Cotton Blossom Floating Palace Theatre in this Edna Ferber novel
    $600 23
This society publishes an environmental journal called the Calypso Log, & a Dolphin Log for kids
    $600 18
In 1488 at age 13, this Florentine was apprenticed to Domenico Ghirlandaio
    $600 8
Trygve Lie began a 3-year extension as head of the U.N. & Walter Reuther was reelected head of this union
    $600 3
Profits from the company distributed to the stockholders; big firms may pay them quarterly
    $600 13
Norman Mailer called the sixth chapter of this "true life novel" "The Trial of Gary M. Gilmore"
    $800 27
The official language of Niger is French, while this is the official language of Nigeria
    $800 24
This nonprofit association that turned 80 in 1993 works to reduce accidents at home & on the job
    $800 19
The 1936 work "Summer Days" is one of her many paintings of the desert of the American Southwest
    DD: $1,300 9
In 1951 it celebrated its 175th anniversary & was sealed in a helium-filled case
    $800 4
As opposed to a charge card, this type takes the money out of your bank account as you spend it
    $800 14
In his preface to this novel, Oscar Wilde wrote, "To reveal art and conceal the artist is art's aim"
    DD: $3,000 28
Aruba is scheduled to become completely independent of this European country in 1996
    $1000 25
In 1905, revolutionary socialists in the U.S. founded this labor organization abbreviated IWW
    $1000 20
One of this Spaniard's last works was a series of lithographs called "The Bulls of Bordeaux"
    $1000 10
This historic theatre in Dublin was destroyed by fire on July 18
    $1000 5
It's the S in NASDAQ
    $1000 15
If you've "red" this Baroness Orczy novel, you know it begins in Paris in 1792

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dolores Kevin Tamara
$600 $8,000 $100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Though 46th largest in area, this state ranks 9th largest in population

Final scores:

Dolores Kevin Tamara
$1 $6,700 $87
3rd place: Konica iBorg 35mm camera + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis New champion: $6,700 2nd place: trip to Washington, D.C.

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dolores Kevin Tamara
$3,600 $7,400 $100
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
6 R,
7 W

Combined Coryat: $11,100

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Game tape date: 1993-09-28
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