Show #2191 - Monday, February 28, 1994


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Anne Boggiano, a registered nurse from Clementon, New Jersey

Walter Okitsu, a traffic engineer from Los Angeles, California

David Kraut, a writer from Roosevelt Island, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The designer.)
    $100 6
In 1496 he returned to Spain, leaving his brother Bartolome in charge of Hispaniola
    $100 1
Edith said "The most beautifully dressed man in the world" was this actor she costumed in "To Catch a Thief"
    $100 26
This company's cheese brands include Casino & Cheez Whiz
    $100 17
Some of these on the trunk & branches of the honey locust tree may be 4 inches long--ouch!
    $100 11
Among the words this language contributed to English are kayak & igloo
    $100 16
Sam rode this animal on the shore
    $200 7
In 1521 this Spaniard died of an arrow wound received during his second trip to Florida
    $200 2
This actress wore an ice-blue satin dress designed by Edith when she won her Oscar for "The Country Girl"
    $200 27
Traditionally, Roquefort cheese is ripened in one of these; spelunkers, be careful where you step
    $200 18
It's the common term for the external buds on a potato
    $200 12
There are as many speakers of Mongolian in this country as in Mongolia
    $200 22
When bidding on items here, use caution
    $300 8
In 1609 this Englishman claimed the present-day site of Albany, N.Y. for the Dutch
    $300 3
This actress preferred to wear purple but Edith put her in a gray suit in "Vertigo"
    $300 28
The blue in blue cheese is veins of this
    $300 19
It's the color of the largest living rhinoceros
    $300 13
Dialects of this language include Brazilian & Galician
    $300 23
They're a smart form of transportation
    DD: $200 9
In January 1519 he was beheaded in Acla on the coast of Panama under orders of rival Pedrarias Davila
    $400 4
Edith emphasized this beauty's 19-inch waist in the dresses she designed for "A Place in the Sun"
    $400 29
The cheese often called American for short is a type of this cheese
    $400 20
This major cotton pest will also feed on okra & hollyhocks
    $400 14
This language evolved in 4 phases: Ancient, Hellenistic, Byzantine & modern
    $400 24
One lasts indefinitely
    $500 10
In 1853, this Scot said about Africa, "I shall open up a path to the interior or perish"
    $500 5
Edith called this Italian actress she costumed for "The Rose Tattoo" "a human Vesuvius"
    $500 30
The past participle of the French for "to melt", it's the name of a dish of melted cheese
    $500 21
In June 1993 there were only 73 of these vultures left in the U.S., all but 6 of them in captivity
    $500 15
Urdu, this country's official language, is also spoken in northern India
    $500 25
Stephen King wrote about a Dark one

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

David Walter Anne
$1,000 $1,800 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Walter Anne
$2,400 $3,000 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
On March 9, 1862, this ship had turret troubles--either it was hard to turn or it wouldn't stop turning
    $200 7
Grand Prairie in this "Lone Star State" hosts the annual World Championship of pickled quail egg eating
    $200 1
"Les Miserables" is a musical adaptation of an epic 1862 novel by this Frenchman
    $200 26
These gems have been fished from the waters off Sri Lanka's coast for 2,000 years
    $200 16
"Once Upon a Midnight Dreary", Edgar Allan Poe began this poem
    $200 21
We don't think this Roman love goddess ate insects, but a plant named for her does
    $400 3
When the war broke out, she was a patent office clerk; she later became "The Angel of the Battlefield"
    $400 8
There's a park named for Patrick Henry in this Virginia capital
    $400 12
This Shakespeare play opens aboard ship during a storm at sea
    $400 27
In Spanish this gem is called Esmeralda
    $400 17
Edwin Arlington Robinson began his Arthurian trilogy with a poem about this magician
    $400 22
Fiercely loyal, pitiless people are called Myrmidons after Achilles' brutal followers during this war
    $600 4
It's said that southern ladies' silk dresses were used to build one of these launched by the Confederacy
    $600 9
If you're hooked on fishing, head for Racine, home of this state's annual Salmon-a-Rama
    $600 13
Deborah Kerr played the title role in a 1977 revival of this playwright's "Candida"
    $600 28
Prehistoric DNA has actually been extracted from creatures fossilized in this
    $600 18
In "The Vision of Sir Launfal", James Russell Lowell asked, "What is so rare as a day in" this month
    $600 23
A free-swimming jellyfish, or the Gorgon whose "hair" its tentacles resemble
    $800 5
Put on top of the U.S. Capitol during the war, Jefferson Davis had a hand in its design
    $800 10
You'll find this state's railway museum in French Lick
    $800 14
This playwright won his first Pulitzer Prize in 1987, for "Fences"
    $800 29
Fergus County in this "Treasure State" produces some flawless sapphires
    $800 19
In 1757 this poet famous for his "Elegy" was offered the laureateship of England, but turned it down
    DD: $1,000 24
This word for a soft, gentle breeze comes from the name of the god of the west wind
    $1000 6
Gen. McClellan was told by this new Secretary of War, "Now we two will save the country"
    $1000 11
A paddlewheeler called the Spirit of Ethan Allen provides sightseeing cruises in this state
    $1000 15
Jason Robards is noted for his performances in this man's plays, including "Hughie" & "The Iceman Cometh"
    $1000 30
St. John's Island in the Red Sea has produced the finest of these olive-green gems since at least 70 A.D.
    DD: $1,000 20
It's the longest poem in Walt Whitman's collection "Leaves of Grass"
    $1000 25
A type of mirror bears the name of this maiden who was beloved by Cupid

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Walter Anne
$9,800 $9,000 $3,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Real name of the American jazz musician whose compositions include "Ornithology"

Final scores:

David Walter Anne
$18,001 $11,300 $3,300
3-day champion: $33,002 2nd place: trip to Poconos in Pennsylvania 3rd place: Go Video dual-deck VCR + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Walter Anne
$10,800 $9,000 $3,300
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
1 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,100

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Game tape date: 1993-12-01
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