Show #2172 - Tuesday, February 1, 1994

Tom Nichols game 2.


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Laurie Goldman, a whale researcher from Provincetown, Massachusetts

David Westgor, an attorney originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Tom Nichols, a professor originally from Chicopee, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
    $100 16
This "All-American Boy" was sponsored by Wheaties, Breakfast of Champions
    $100 20
You can use the striking edge of a matchbook for filing these if you have no emery board
    $100 11
"Gone with the Wind" was again a bestseller in 1991, along with this sequel to it
    $100 1
It's the weapon a non- dairy dessert topping lover might find "cool"
    $100 17
Gaelic football is one of the most popular team sports in this country
    $200 7
"The Bluegrass Capital"
    $200 18
This "mysterious character who aids the forces of law and order is in reality Lamont Cranston"
    $200 26
You needn't lick these postal items; use a burned-out light bulb in a dish of water to wet them
    $200 12
An heiress to a pharmaceutical co. is stalked by a killer in this author's 1978 bestseller "Bloodline"
    $200 3
A soft-point bullet's point is made of this soft metal & antimony, rather than of steel
    $200 19
This 4-syllable word often precedes fortitude & flu
    $300 8
"The Gateway to Glacier Bay National Park"
    $300 24
The theme song of her variety program was "When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain"
    $300 27
After carving this vegetable for Halloween, sprinkle nutmeg & cinnamon inside it for a pleasant scent
    $300 13
In the '70s he wrote a string of bestsellers, including "The Pirate" & "The Lonely Lady"
    $300 4
Nobel's mix of nitroglycerin & diatomaceous earth was sold in sticks & called this
    $300 21
It's also known as secret inkā€”keep it a secret
    $400 9
"The Friendly City in the Sky"
    $400 25
"The Great Gildersleeve" & "Beulah" were spinoffs of this series starring Jim & Marian Jordan
    $400 28
Use this sewing item to protect your finger when grating food
    $400 14
In 1989 this author better known for her vampire novels had readers wrapped up with "The Mummy"
    $400 5
The name of this projectile is from the Old English "earh"
    $400 22
As a verb this 3-letter word means to graft feathers onto a falcon; as a noun, it's a small demon
    $500 10
    $500 30
He was known as Texaco's "Fire Chief"
    $500 29
Clean the lint filter of this appliance after every load; buildup can cause a fire
    DD: $500 15
"A Thief of Time", this author's first hardcover bestseller, was his eighth American Indian mystery
    $500 6
In full Highland dress, a skean dhu is a small knife tucked into the top of this article of clothing
    $500 23
A dialect spoken in ancient Greece, or an order of classical architecture

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

Tom David Laurie
$1,400 $900 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom David Laurie
$3,500 $2,300 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
The Mapai Party, led by Ben-Gurion, won this country's first general election in 1949
    $200 22
Jacques-Louis David's 1812 portrait of this man in his study shows him with one hand inside his vest
    $200 3
When he was a pro basketball player, this senator's frugality earned him the nickname "Dollar Bill"
    $200 16
Sold during an 1892-93 exposition, America's first commemorative coin depicted this explorer
    $200 19
The lub-dub sound of this organ is caused by the closing of various valves
    $200 1
He played the title role in the 1917 play "Peter Ibbetson"; his brother Lionel was in it, too
    $400 12
This Dutch dancer, executed as a spy in 1917, claimed she was actually aiding the Allied powers
    $400 25
The design of the rotunda in the National Gallery's West Building was inspired by this Italian city's Pantheon
    $400 4
Attention, cola lovers: this Ohio senator was once the president of Royal Crown International
    $400 17
For the 100th anniversary of Bridgeport, CT's incorporation, a coin was issued depicting this showman
    $400 23
The popliteal artery, which runs behind the knee, is an extension of this major thigh artery
    $400 2
In 1937 Thornton Wilder adapted this playwright's "A Doll's House" for Ruth Gordon
    $600 13
In December 1918 Iceland became a sovereign state but remained in union with this country
    $600 26
You can see a John Quidor painting of this bewhiskered & bewildered Washington Irving character
    $600 5
From 1973-75 this current New York senator served as ambassador to India
    $600 18
A quill pen & the phrase "We the People" appeared on 1987 coins honoring the 200th anniversary of this
    $600 24
The network of nerves behind the stomach that controls the abdominal organs is known by this 2-word name
    DD: $1,000 9
The Chekhov play that contains the famous line "All Russia is our garden"
    $800 14
Aurora Quezon, widow of this country's first president, was assassinated in 1949
    $800 29
Among the El Greco works is a reverential portrait of St. Alfonso, Archbishop of this Spanish city
    DD: $1,500 6
Now a senator representing Virginia, he was once secretary of the Navy
    $800 20
Dollars & half dollars were issued in 1991 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this sculpted monument
    $800 27
Leukocytes are the white blood cells & these are the red ones
    $800 10
Born in Moscow in the 1860s, he developed his own system of acting, known as "The Method"
    $1000 15
U.N. forces captured this North Korean capital in 1950
    $1000 30
This Norwegian's woodcut of "Two Women on the Shore" may make you want to "Scream"
    $1000 7
It's former vice president Quayle's first name
    $1000 21
This Daniel Chester French statue was used for the design of a 1925 Lexington-Concord coin
    $1000 28
They're the 2 glands, 1 above each eye, that produce tears
    $1000 11
This author of "Six Characters in Search of an Author" explored the concept of insanity in his play "Enrico IV"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom David Laurie
$10,400 $5,300 $3,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Antony & Cleopatra met in this city, later home to an apostle & now in Turkey

Final scores:

Tom David Laurie
$10,100 $2 $3,900
2-day champion: $24,200 3rd place: Gibson refrigerator/freezer 2nd place: "Prince of the Rainforest" by Nan Rae + Donjo dolphin sculpture

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom David Laurie
$9,700 $5,300 $3,500
28 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R,
4 W
9 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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Game tape date: 1993-11-02
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