Show #2206 - Monday, March 21, 1994


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Walter Kramer, an environmental scientist from Salt Lake City, Utah

Ron Hogan, a film student originally from Boston, Massachusetts

Paul Johnson, an environmental attorney originally from Fairfax, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
This capital has been nicknamed "The City of Roses" for its abundance of them
    $100 3
USA Today called her 1993 album "janet." "her sexiest and best album yet"
    $100 15
The new American Medical Dictionary states that these are "not caused by contact with frogs"
    $100 26
"The Corsican General"
    $100 20
In this game you may find number 34 in the column under the letter "N"
    $100 1
Common sense will tell you it's the tactile sense
    $200 8
In 1967 Winthrop Rockefeller became the first Arkansas governor from this party since 1874
    $200 12
This pop star gets some personal protection from Kevin Costner in the movie "The Bodyguard"
    $200 16
It's the common name for a renal calculus
    $200 27
"The Father of India"
    $200 21
0 & 00 are at the top of the betting layout for this game
    $200 2
It's the perfect woolen fabric for a New York political "boss"
    $300 9
Once planted to replenish the soil, this legume is now Arkansas' leading crop
    $300 13
This singer of "I Feel The Earth Move" is now active in movements to save the Earth
    $300 17
A San Antonio woman suffered 3 cracked ribs as Henry Cisneros & 3 others performed this maneuver on her
    $300 28
"The American Socrates" & "Poor Richard"
    $300 22
In a combination bet, the show horse finishes the race in this position
    $300 4
A comforting thought: World Book says only 3 or 4 of every 1,000 of these big cats eat people
    $400 10
Nearly all U.S.-mined bauxite, an ore of this metal, comes from Arkansas
    $400 14
At 24 she had her biggest hit, "At Seventeen"
    $400 18
Dow Corning has offered $1200 to some women who need these removed
    $400 29
"The Tentmaker"
    $400 23
Pari-mutuel betting is permitted on this game played in arenas called frontons
    $400 5
Orson Welles said, "I hate" this medium. "I hate it as much as peanuts. But I can't stop eating peanuts."
    $500 11
This Arkansas site is the nation's smallest national park
    $500 25
This Scottish singer of "To Sir With Love" recently released a new album called "Independence"
    DD: $800 19
In May 1993 it was announced that this wrinkle cream may help prevent skin cancer
    $500 30
"The Duke of Braintree"
    $500 24
In many Nevada casinos, this game related to chemin de fer is played in a roped-off section
    $500 6
Freud called this plant "the only excuse for Columbus's misadventure in discovering America"

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

Paul Ron Walter
$1,900 $600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Ron Walter
$2,700 $1,800 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
In Norse myth 4 stags nibble continuously on Yggdrasill, an ash one of these with enormous roots
    $200 2
A Japanese specialty, it's fish and/or vegetables that have been batter-dipped & deep-fried
    $200 7
This "Scarfaced" Chicago gang leader's brother James was a Nebraska lawman
    $200 26
She gave her last performance in July 1927; a few weeks later, she was strangled by her own scarf
    $200 11
He was the first vice president born in Virginia
    $200 1
This Charlotte Bronte heroine is orphaned as an infant & raised by her cold-hearted aunt Mrs. Reed
    $400 15
Aegis, a shield often carried by Athena, had the head of this hideous woman at its center
    $400 3
In Portugal, order caranguejo & you'll get crab; order lagosta & you'll get this
    $400 8
19 people were hanged as a result of the 1692 witchcraft trials in this Massachusetts town
    $400 27
Renaissance pageants called Trionfi played an important role in the dance history of this country
    $400 12
In 1961 this Minn. senator became Assistant Majority Leader; 3 years later, he was elected vice president
    $400 19
Many of John Cheever's stories were first published in this magazine founded by Harold Ross
    DD: $1,000 16
Amalthea, a goat that nursed Zeus, was later made this constellation
    $600 4
The 4 classic stews of Hungary are porkolt, tokany, paprikache & this
    $600 9
The murder of the Clutter family in Holcomb, Kansas was the basis for his "In Cold Blood"
    $600 28
Perhaps the most famous use of music for this French court dance in opera is in Mozart's "Don Giovanni"
    $600 21
This 45th vice president is only the second to hail from Tennessee
    $600 20
James Michener subtitled this 1968 book "Spanish Travels and Reflections"
    $800 17
Before his fatal flight, Daedalus warned him to stay midway between earth & heaven, away from the sun
    $800 5
Named for the pan in which it is made, it's a classic Spanish dish of saffron rice with meat & seafood
    $800 10
In 1945 this gangster began building the Flamingo Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas
    $800 29
From 1909 until WWI, Michel Fokine created ballets for this company founded by Diaghilev
    DD: $2,000 22
In 1954 this former vice president under Truman published his autobiography, "That Reminds Me"
    $800 23
The Typees in his 1846 novel "Typee" are cannibals who live in Polynesia
    $1000 18
As the result of a curse, her prophecies, though correct, were disregarded
    $1000 6
One of Lebanon's national dishes is this salad of bulgur wheat, onions & tomatoes in oil & lemon juice
    $1000 13
After a decade-long hiatus, capital punishment resumed in the U.S. with his 1977 execution
    $1000 30
This modern dancer & choreographer was born in Centralia, Washington; his full first name is Mercier
    $1000 24
A term for rearranging election districts for political gain is derived from his name
    $1000 25
This Russian based the heroine of his 1866 novel "The Gambler" on his paramour Polina Suslova

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Ron Walter
$5,300 $4,400 $7,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At 122 square miles, it's Europe's smallest island nation

Final scores:

Paul Ron Walter
$1,700 $50 $10,601
2nd place: trip to Ixtapa, Mexico 3rd place: MCE home stereo system + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis New champion: $10,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Ron Walter
$5,300 $6,000 $7,400
19 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $18,700

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Game tape date: 1993-12-13
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