Show #2179 - Thursday, February 10, 1994


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Armand Kachigian, a podiatrist from Granite City, Illinois

David Kraut, a writer from Roosevelt Island, New York

Steve Touma, an English teacher and law student from North Arlington, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Ch'ang-O is the Chinese goddess of this heavenly body, to which she fled after angering her husband
    $100 28
For 7 seasons Lee Meriwether played Buddy Ebsen's daughter-in-law on this detective show
    $100 20
According to the American Cancer Society, it's responsible for about 87% of all lung cancer cases
    $100 1
Great Dane who wrote "The Ice Maiden", "The Snow Man" & "The Snow Queen"
    $100 14
He's listed as "P. Loquesto Newman" on jars of his spaghetti sauce
    $100 29
A straight, direct course
    $200 11
You'll find the National Museum of Malaysia in this capital city
    $200 30
On "Newhart" Dick & Joanna Loudon owned the Stratford Inn in the village of Norwich in this state
    $200 25
Hugh Hefner owns over 100 silk pairs of these, in 19 colors
    $200 2
In 1982, 48 years after the first book, this magical nanny popped up again "in Cherry Tree Lane"
    $200 19
This company makes its Mauna La'i fruit drinks from Hawaiian guavas, not cranberries
    $200 12
The maximum amount a customer can charge in a store
    $300 24
The Bhutia, this Himalayan country's major ethnic group, call themselves Drukpa, or "dragon people"
    $300 21
This character played by Duncan Renaldo was known as the "Robin Hood of the Old West"
    $300 26
In 1962 it reached a high of 726.01; in 1992, 3,413.21
    $300 3
He dedicated "Now We Are Six" to Anne Darlington, Christopher Robin's best friend
    $300 5
It's the "official sports beverage" of the NBA
    $300 13
These defensive players in football position themselves behind the tackles & ends
    $400 23
The Gai Jatra, or Festival of the Cow, is celebrated in late summer in this capital of Nepal
    $400 22
After "Rhoda" left Minneapolis for New York, "Phyllis" moved back to this West Coast city
    $400 27
To stay in this suite at the new NYC Four Seasons Hotel will set you back a sweet $3,000
    $400 4
Under the pseudonym Felix Salten, Siegmund Salzmann wrote this 1923 classic about a deer
    $400 18
Nabisco's Double Stuf version of this chocolate sandwich cookie has twice the filling
    $400 6
This 1956 country song was the first by Johnny Cash to crack the Top 20 on the pop charts
    $500 8
A kappa is a water spirit in the folklore of this island country in the North Pacific
    $500 7
This locomotive on "Petticoat Junction" carried passengers between Pixley & Hooterville
    DD: $500 9
2/3 of Al Gore's income in 1992 came from this
    $500 15
This American known for his humorous poems wrote a 1951 children's book called "Parents Keep Out"
    $500 17
These 4 reptiles are so popular that Chef Boyardee named a canned pasta dish for them
    $500 16
It's James Jones' 1962 novel set on Guadalcanal during WWII

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Steve David Armand
$600 $1,600 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve David Armand
$1,100 $3,900 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1870s
    $200 11
In 1870 the first boardwalk in America was completed in this city
    $200 13
Tlingit totem poles are on exhibit at the Sheldon Jackson Museum in Sitka in this state
    $200 7
Some legends say Argus Panoptes had 100 of these; that's 99 more than a cyclops
    $200 1
Readers fell under the spell of Svengali in "Trilby", a novel by her grandfather George du Maurier
    $400 12
On May 27, 1873 this leg of horse racing's Triple Crown was first run at Pimlico in Maryland
    $400 27
The Topkapi Palace Museum in this largest Turkish city was home to the sultans for 300 years
    $400 23
Catherine of Braganza helped convert her husband, England's King Charles II, to this religion
    $400 8
Ilithyia presided over this event in a woman's life, so you could call her a "labor" leader
    $400 2
His first published story was "Nellie's Naughty Nightie"; Perry Mason didn't appear in it
    $600 24
On Jan. 10, 1870 Standard Oil Co. of Ohio was incorporated & was located in this city
    $600 25
This botanist developed over 100 varieties of plums & prunes on his Santa Rosa, Calif. farm
    DD: $5,500 26
There's a museum in this California national monument's Furnace Creek Visitor Center
    $600 22
This archduchess of Austria was the eldest daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI
    $600 9
A planet is named for this god who had a wife named Ops; we don't know if he gave her a "ring"
    $600 3
His famous story "Franny" was originally published in 1955; "Zooey" came along 2 years later
    $800 18
This organization was formed in 1874 out of a women's crusade against liquor in the U.S.
    $800 19
This Pole was the first to determine the relative positions of bodies in the solar system
    $800 20
Merle Haggard could tell you that the Five Civilized Tribes Museum is in this Okie city
    DD: $1,000 21
She was only 17 when she married Maximilian; a few years later, they moved to Mexico
    $800 6
The color of the famous apples of the Hesperides
    $800 4
The initials in front of this "Rumble Fish" author's surname stand for Susan Eloise
    $1000 14
Though he won the popular vote, this Democrat lost the 1876 presidential election to Hayes
    $1000 15
This biochemist who discovered the citric acid cycle was knighted in 1958
    $1000 16
The National Historical Museum in this South American capital has Jose de San Martin's uniforms
    $1000 17
Grand Duchess Marie- Adelaide abdicated the throne of this small country in 1919 in favor of her sister
    $1000 10
For him it's all day push the rock up the hill, watch it fall, push the rock up...
    $1000 5
This creator of Emma Bovary has been called "The Recluse of Croisset", but he was actually quite sociable

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve David Armand
$3,900 $6,300 $600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Both of his sons were given the name Doud, their mother's maiden name

Final scores:

Steve David Armand
$1,201 $7,801 $1,200
2nd place: Berkline touch-motion Wall-Away sofa & recliner + Sanyo 31" stereo closed-captioned TV with universal remote & 181-channel quartz digital tuner with comb filter + Jeopardy! computer game or home game New champion: $7,801 3rd place: KitchenAid hand-held mixer, bowl mixer & blender + Jeopardy! computer game or home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve David Armand
$3,900 $6,100 $6,100
15 R,
4 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 1993-11-30
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