Show #2175 - Friday, February 4, 1994

Tom Nichols game 5-A.


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Bob Tzudiker, a writer originally from Boston, Massachusetts

Phil Oakley, an actor from Van Nuys, California

Tom Nichols, a professor originally from Chicopee, Massachusetts (whose 4-day cash winnings total $45,690)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Members of this order of mammals have chisel-like incisors for gnawing & no canine teeth
    $100 4
Ronco made a special vacuum that cleaned these before you put them on the turntable
    $100 9
Venezuela's independence celebration is on this date, 1 day after ours
    $100 1
This interval has 8 steps; octo is Latin for "eight"
    $100 17
It's a long bench for seating the congregation in a church
    $100 18
Name shared by a card game, a pastry & a Bonaparte
    $200 3
Bipolar, ganglion & amacrine cells connect the cones & rods of the retina to this nerve
    $200 6
A foundation of the Ronco empire is this device that slices & dices
    $200 10
In this part of the U.K., Orangeman's Day celebrates a Protestant victory over the Catholics
    $200 11
This Italian synonym for decrescendo is often abbreviated dim.
    $200 23
Meaning "to write down hastily", this word comes from the Greek Iota
    $200 19
Historian & columnist Pierre Berton has been called this North American country's most famous journalist
    $300 5
These chambers of the heart were formerly called the auricles
    $300 28
With one machine you can dehydrate food, or make yogurt or this dried meat product
    $300 15
These animals are driven through the streets of Pamplona, Spain during the Fiesta de San Fermin
    $300 12
The musical range of a baritone is between a tenor & this lowest type of male voice
    $300 24
Often paired with to, it means "away" or "back"
    $300 20
In heraldry, 1 of the 2 parts of a dragon that are usually barbed
    $400 7
Doctors sometimes induce hypothermia, which is this, to reduce metabolic activity
    $400 29
The egg scrambler scrambles the egg while it's still here
    DD: $800 16
Chinese New Year's Day falls in 1 of these 2 months on our calendar
    $400 13
This cauldron-shaped drum tuned to a definite pitch originated in Asia
    $400 25
It's the term for food regurgitated from the first stomach of a ruminant & chewed again
    $400 21
In 1971 he launched his first Eau de Toilette for men, YSL Pour Homme
    $500 8
This genus of bacteria includes S. typhi, causing typhoid, & S. typhimurium, causing food poisoning
    $500 30
Mr. Dentist is the plaque attacker & this product lets you talk over the radio
    $500 27
King Bhumibol of this SE Asian country gives Buddhist monks new yellow robes on Thot Kathin
    $500 14
In an arpeggio the notes of one of these are sounded in succession, not simultaneously
    $500 26
A symbol of the power of a monarch, it's a globe surmounted by a cross
    $500 22
An Astaire & Rogers musical, an adjective that means having no worries, or a sugarless gum

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Tom Phil Bob
$200 $200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Phil Bob
$1,600 $600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
This Dutch city on about 70 islands connected by about 400 bridges is famous for its diamond cutters
    $200 1
For almost a year before it was shipped to the U.S., the statue was displayed in this world capital
    $200 2
Judah P. Benjamin served this Confederate president as Attorney General & Secretary of War & State
    $200 16
Israel's first minister to the Soviet Union, she became the country's prime minister in 1969
    $200 11
In 1973 President Nixon nominated this man to succeed William Rogers as Secretary of State
    $200 20
Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac & Lawrence Ferlinghetti were part of this group of writers
    $400 4
It's now made up of just the republics of Serbia & Montenegro
    $400 21
Encased in the cornerstone is a coin minted in 1824, the year this Marquis last came to the U.S.
    $400 5
In 1954 Edward Bennett Williams represented this Wisconsin senator in his Senate censure case
    $400 18
In 1854 she was asked by the British Secretary of War to take command of the nurses in Scutari, Turkey
    $400 12
In 1802 Eleuthere Irenee du Pont established a gunpowder mill in this state
    $400 24
William Wordsworth helped launch this "love"ly movement in England
    $600 8
Districts of this country include Braganca, Portalegre & Lisboa
    $600 22
The full name of the statue is "Liberty" doing this
    $600 6
His book "Unsafe at any Speed" helped pass the national traffic & motor vehicle safety act of 1966
    $600 19
In 1977 this former New York congresswoman ran for mayor of New York City
    $600 13
This first patient to get a permanent artificial heart died on March 23, 1983
    $600 27
Beckett & Ionesco dipped a bit into the "Theatre of" this
    $800 9
Bulgaria borders this sea
    DD: $600 23
As part of a fund-raising effort, she wrote "The New Colossus", which would be placed on the pedestal
    $800 7
This ANC leader received his law degree from the University of South Africa in 1942
    $800 29
She was a managing editor for Vanity Fair before she married the publisher of Time
    $800 14
This Confederate general died of pneumonia 7 days after the amputation of his arm in May 1863
    $800 28
Adjective describing the "young men" with whom John Osborne & Kingsley Amis were associated
    $1000 17
This German seaport's full name calls it a Free & Hanseatic City
    $1000 25
Standing inside the crown on Oct. 28, 1886, this sculptor released the French flag & the statue was unveiled
    $1000 10
This Harvard-educated lawyer is best known as the author of "Two Years Before the Mast"
    DD: $1,400 26
In 1993 this university administrator became Secretary of Health & Human Services
    $1000 15
This U.S. president garnered just 8 electoral votes when defeated by Woodrow Wilson in 1912
    $1000 30
This Friedrich Maximilian von Klinger work lent its title to the movement associated with Goethe

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Phil Bob
$5,600 $2,200 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of only 2 films directed by Clint Eastwood that did not star Clint Eastwood

Final scores:

Tom Phil Bob
$11,190 $2,200 $11,300
2nd place: Trip to Quail Lodge Resort, Carmel, California + Panasonic camcorder 3rd place: Towle flatware set + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis New champion: $11,300

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Phil Bob
$5,400 $3,000 $6,200
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
8 W
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,600

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Game tape date: 1993-11-02
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