Show #2178 - Wednesday, February 9, 1994


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Hope Cohen, an analyst from New York City, New York

Steve Touma, an English teacher and law student from North Arlington, New Jersey

John East III, a prosecuting attorney originally from East Haven, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
The lorikeet has threadlike papillae on the end of its tongue to help it mop up this from flowers
    $100 1
Maximilian Schell portrayed Lenin in HBO's 1992 film about this dictator
    $100 11
Trader Vic's recipe for Menehune juice calls for the light Puerto Rican type of this
    $100 6
For playing hooky, this title character is sentenced to whitewash Aunt Polly's fence
    $100 26
The ink-jet is a non-impact type of this, so carbon copies are impossible
    $100 21
"Slippery" term for a floating film of oil
    $200 17
The "facial disks" of these nocturnal birds may be round or heart-shaped
    $200 2
This actor's hometown, Indiana, Penn., named part of a street for him; what a "Wonderful Life"
    $200 12
In names of cocktails, this word follows Grand Royal, Morning Glory, Pink Rose, Ramos & Sloe Gin
    $200 7
As this novel opens, Hester Prynne is led to the pillory, where she is to stand for 3 hours
    $200 27
The old IBM 1402 could punch 250 of these a minute & read 800 of them a minute
    $200 22
Swimmers know the dolphin type of this movement is an essential part of the butterfly
    $300 18
These swifts are named for the tall man-made objects they roost in during migration
    $300 3
After playing Dian Fossey, she became honorary chairman of the Digit Fund, dedicated to saving gorillas
    $300 13
The juice of this citrus fruit is a traditional ingredient in a Bacardi cocktail
    $300 8
In "Moby Dick" Ishmael hears Father Mapple's sermon about this Old Testament figure
    $300 28
The E in e-mail is short for this
    $300 23
A piece of chewing gum, celery or dynamite
    $400 19
Spoonbills & ibises usually feed by this sense rather than by sight
    $400 4
Barbra Streisand made a surprise appearance on this TV series, stunning Madonna, Roseanne Arnold & Mike Myers
    $400 14
It's the kind of whiskey you need to make a paddy cocktail
    $400 9
This Norman Mailer novel is regarded as one of the best by an American about WWII
    $400 29
They're the sets of characters used as private access codes; hackers try to crack them
    $400 24
The kind of arachnid that transmits Texas fever, a cattle disease
    DD: $700 20
The wandering species of this wide-winged seabird spends 9 months in the nest after hatching
    $500 5
She's the only actress who co-starred in 3 Elvis Presley movies, as "Coach" could tell you
    $500 15
When applejack is used in place of regular brandy, this cocktail becomes an Applecar
    $500 10
After WWII, Ralph Ellison obtained a Rosenwald Fellowship that enabled him to write this novel
    $500 30
This device allows the computer to read a printed page as a graphic image
    $500 25
Etiquette books say you should leave the table before cleaning your canines with this wooden implement

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

John Steve Hope
$1,900 $1,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Steve Hope
$3,800 $1,000 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In 1798 John Adams reappointed him commander-in-chief of the armies
    $200 8
There is a Klee Foundation in Bern in this country where Paul Klee was born
    $200 16
According to Luke 20 & Psalm 148, it's how long angels live
    $200 26
Baize, a woolen or cotton material used chiefly to cover gaming tables, is usually dyed this color
    $200 21
In this capital of India, the average temperature in May is 92°
    $200 1
This 1955 Tennessee Williams play has a "feline" title
    $400 7
He took the oath of office at 2:47 A.M. on August 3, 1923
    $400 12
This Spanish artist won a Lenin Prize in 1962, when he was 80
    $400 17
An angel told him to name the child Jesus & to flee into Egypt
    $400 27
A fabric is mercerized to increase strength & luster & sanforized to prevent this
    $400 22
The original Fort William in this city contained the guardroom known as the "Black Hole"
    $400 2
Athol Fugard's Searing Drama "Playland" is set in a small amusement park in this country
    $600 9
Brazil's River of Doubt was renamed for this president who explored it in 1914
    $600 13
Austrian Gustav Klimt painted in the Jugendstil, a version of this French "new art" style
    $600 18
Revelation 20 says an angel will chain him up for 1,000 years
    $600 28
In the Philippines, the fibers of this fruit plant are woven into a cloth called pina
    $600 25
This city, "The Gateway of India", is considered the nation's most westernized city
    $600 3
This Norwegian dramatist served as stage manager for the National Theatre in Bergen 1851-57
    DD: $700 10
Both North Carolina & South Carolina claim this president, born in 1767, as a native son
    $800 14
Called "Modi" for short, this artist was born in Livorno to a middle-class Italian Jewish family
    $800 19
An angel supplied this prophet with food & drink & during Seders a cup of wine is set out for him
    DD: $700 29
The world's largest maker of apparel fabrics is this company whose logo is seen here:
    $800 24
This city, home of the Taj Mahal, is on the right bank of the Yamuna River
    $800 4
In 1967 this author of "The Homecoming" directed Robert Shaw's play "The Man in the Glass Booth"
    $1000 11
A derogatory song during his campaign said, "His grandfather's hat is too big for his head"
    $1000 15
In 1890 he started a water-lily garden across the street from his house in Giverny
    $1000 20
Named for a Biblical archangel, this church festival is celebrated in the West on September 29
    $1000 30
A city in Scotland gave its name to this fabric & print featuring curved & swirled designs
    $1000 23
In 1984 this city of 670,000 was the site of the world's worst industrial disaster
    $1000 5
This Irish dramatist wrote the role of Captain Boyle in "Juno and the Paycock" for Barry Fitzgerald

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Steve Hope
$9,400 $3,400 $9,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This European resort was founded in 1856 & named for Prince Charles III

Final scores:

John Steve Hope
$0 $2,800 $100
3rd place: Citizen Super Matrix pocket-size LCD color TV & video monitor + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the 16-bit Super Nintendo Entertainment System & the Sega Genesis system + the Jeopardy! home game New champion: $2,800 2nd place: a trip to Maui on Delta Airlines + a week at the Village Resorts Sands of Kahana resort on the shores of West Maui + the Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Steve Hope
$9,400 $3,400 $9,500
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
11 R,
3 W
21 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,300

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Game tape date: 1993-11-30
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