Show #2168 - Wednesday, January 26, 1994


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Ron Jenkins, an editorial proofreader from Hanover Park, Illinois

Diana Cobos, a high school Spanish teacher from St. Louis, Missouri

Andrew Zarutskie, a press secretary originally from Newburgh, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Boy, are we trying hard on this one.)
    $100 24
Of all birds, they're the most fully adapted to water... & ice
    $100 7
Susan Watson played teen Kim MacAfee on stage & she played the role in the 1963 film
    $100 26
Before he became Cuba's current leader, he defended the politically oppressed as a lawyer
    $100 12
In 1930 the name of Turkey's capital was officially changed from Angora to this
    $100 1
On Dec. 10, 1520 he publicly burned a copy of a papal bull; he was excommunicated a month later
    $100 11
These part-leonine beasts built their nests from gold; Merv might be interested
    $200 16
It's considered the largest songbird, & you can "quoth" me on that
    $200 3
Birdie premieres his new song, "One Last Kiss", on this TV variety show
    $200 27
He was a lawyer before he teamed with Arthur Sullivan in 1871
    $200 14
Popular Turkish foods include mutton, rice, yogurt & this dish of meat & vegetables on a skewer
    $200 2
1 of his personas on "Saturday Night Live" was Katharine Hepburn's cousin Nelson, a hot dog vendor
    $200 13
Pliny said this mythical beast had "a single black horn... standing out in the middle of its forehead"
    DD: $1,000 17
In relation to its size, this flightless bird of New Zealand lays the largest eggs
    $300 4
"Gray skies are gonna clear up"—do this; "brush off the clouds and cheer up"—do this
    $300 28
In 1969 this lawyer became the first Philippine president to win a second term
    $300 15
Late astronaut James B. Irwin led several expeditions to this Turkish mountain in search of Noah's Ark
    $300 8
U may not know that Martin Klaproth discovered this radioactive element in 1789
    $300 19
As the porter of Heaven, he opened the year, so our first month is named for him
    $400 18
Once hunted for its plumes, the egret belongs to this family of long-legged wading birds
    $400 5
Dick Van Dyke was succeeded as Albert Peterson by this future "Match Game" host
    $400 30
With only about a year of law school, this "Kingfish" passed the Louisiana Bar Exam in 1915
    $400 20
A basilica near Ephesus houses the traditional tomb of this apostle & gospel writer
    $400 9
While in the White House, he created the Blue Room by having some crimson furniture reupholstered
    $400 21
She left Menelaus for Paris—the man, not the city
    $500 23
It's any of 3 cranelike birds of South America, or a North American swan named for its loud cry
    $500 6
Birdie's first name... we love it!
    $500 29
In the 1890s this Indian was admitted to practice before the South African Supreme Court
    $500 25
After this empire's demise in 1922, Turkey became a republic
    $500 10
From 1938-1945 Texas congressman Martin Dies, Jr. served as the first chairman of this infamous committee
    $500 22
Camilla & this Roman goddess of the hunt got along famously, unlike the British women who bear their names today

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

Andrew Diana Ron
$1,500 $700 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Diana Ron
$3,600 $1,700 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
In 1992 Mexico established full relations with this tiny nation after 125 years of church-state discord
    $200 1
This former Beatle's first classical work, "Liverpool Oratorio", premiered in 1991
    $200 6
Originally called El Rancho Rodeo de Las Aguas, Rodeo Drive still runs through it
    $200 11
In the titles of spy novels by Trevanian, this word follows "The Loo" & "The Eiger"
    $200 21
This group has a secret handshake & password & originally was made up of medieval stoneworkers
    $400 18
This Aztec ruler amicably received Cortes, but Cortes later made him a prisoner
    $400 2
As an infant Marilyn Monroe was baptized by this woman evangelist at her Angelus Temple
    $400 28
In 1993 this U.S. co. ranked No. 1 on Fortune Magazine's list of the top 500 industrial co.s in the world
    DD: $1,500 7
Named shared by cities in Ohio, Illinois, Massachusetts & Missouri, though it's only a capital in one
    $400 12
In 1993 this master of the spy novel came in from the cold with a new novel, "The Night Manager"
    $400 16
In early Japan they were sworn to secrecy, wore full black uniforms & masks & were experts at combat
    $600 19
In 1863 French troops occupied Mexico City & in 1864 this Austrian archduke was made emperor
    $600 3
One of this "Little Rascal"'s last appearances before his death in 1993 was a cameo on "Cheers"
    $600 27
This company issued its first mail-order catalog in 1872 but didn't open its first retail stores until 1926
    $600 8
This New Hampshire city's name refers to the peaceful settlement of a border dispute
    DD: $3,000 13
Ian Fleming's experiences as a spy in Moscow helped add authenticity to this 1957 James Bond book
    $600 22
In the 12th century, he secretly married his pupil Heloise
    $800 4
In 1993 this onetime quarterback for the Eagles & Bears signed with the Vikings
    $800 26
This company that markets KitchenAid will soon launch a refrigerator that uses 25-50% less energy
    $800 9
East Texas State University is in this Texas city, not in the Arkansas city with the same name
    $800 14
It completes the title of a 1976 Len Deighton novel, "Twinkle, Twinkle,..."
    $800 23
Its secret ingredient is code named 7X
    $1000 20
This Zapotec Indian served as president of Mexico from 1867 until his death in 1872
    $1000 5
From 1968-1981 this former defense secretary was president of the World Bank
    $1000 25
This company known for Kleenex & Huggies also owns Midwest Express Airlines
    $1000 10
In 1871 the Mass. town first called Rumney Marsh was renamed this after a famous patriot & silversmith
    $1000 15
This 1975 Jack Higgins bestseller featured a plot by the Nazis to capture Winston Churchill
    $1000 24
In early 1944 the secret code words for the Normandy invasion turned up in these in the Daily Telegraph

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Diana Ron
$9,700 $3,100 $3,400
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Eisenhower said on his 1955 death that no other man contributed so much to the growth of 20th c. knowledge

Final scores:

Andrew Diana Ron
$12,200 $6,199 $599
2-day champion: $22,600 2nd place: Twinhead notebook computer + Ricardo Beverly Hills luggage 3rd place: MCE stereo system + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andrew Diana Ron
$8,600 $3,100 $5,700
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R,
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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Game tape date: 1993-11-01
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