Show #2252 - Tuesday, May 24, 1994


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Allan Kandler, a banker from New York City, New York

Bob Daly, a professor originally from Doylestown, Ohio

Larry Shackley, a musician from Wheaton, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
Cardiomyopathy is a general medical term for a disorder of this muscle
    $100 8
You'll find margaritas & mariachis at the pyramid-shaped pavilion named for this country
    $100 1
This was an ancestor of the modern elephant; the mastodon was a distant relative
    $100 3
Adopted in 1933, the 20th Amendment moved the presidential inauguration from March to this month
    $100 26
Sauce Dijonnaise calls for 1 tablespoon of the Dijon type of this
    $100 21
A gangster's girlfriend
    $200 17
Papillomaviruses cause different types of these, including the plantar variety
    $200 9
The Circlevision Theatre at China's pavilion is inside a replica of this city's Temple of Heaven
    $200 2
Modern playing cards evolved from this deck now used to tell fortunes
    $200 4
When this state entered the Union in 1819, Huntsville was its capital
    $200 27
For a hint of this seasoning, Joy of Cooking advises rubbing the inside of your salad bowl with it
    $200 22
One who begins a race before its official start is said to do this
    $300 18
Psittacosis is commonly known as this "fever", but other birds can cause it, too
    $300 13
Audio-animatronic figures of Ben Franklin & this author from Missouri narrate the American Adventure Show
    $300 10
A General Society was founded in 1897 by those claiming ancestors on this famous ship
    $300 5
During the winter of 1607-08, over half the settlers of this Virginia colony died of disease or starvation
    $300 28
Among the ingredients in an "eggless" version of this sandwich spread are evaporated milk & paprika
    $300 23
The name of this jute bag comes from the Hindi
    $400 19
This inflammation of the bursa on the base or side of the big toe is often aggravated by ill-fitting shoes
    $400 14
Part of Canada's pavilion was modeled on the Chateau Laurier in this capital of Canada
    $400 11
The letter A goes back to this Semitic letter now found in Hebrew
    $400 6
Prior to the Civil War, this secretive network helped as many as 100,000 slaves escape
    $400 29
Joy of Cooking suggests deep fat frying these fleshy items found atop roosters' heads
    $400 24
Alan Ladd & Veronica Lake starred in this 1942 film adaptation of a Graham Greene novel
    $500 20
Otitis media is defined as an inflammation of this part of the ear
    $500 15
When you visit Italy's pavilion, you may think you're in this famed Venetian square, its inspiration
    $500 12
The dombra was the immediate ancestor of this Russian guitar-like instrument
    DD: $1,000 7
In 1795 John Jay resigned as chief justice to become governor of this state
    $500 30
After you lard or bard your grouse, the book advises stuffing it with apple, onion or ribs of this vegetable
    $500 25
This type of intergovernmental relations involves the use or threat of military force

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

Larry Bob Allan
$1,500 $200 $3,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Bob Allan
$3,000 $800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Adam Johann von Krusenstern was the first Russian to sail this far; it took him 3 years, 1803-06
    $200 26
In 1981 Chita Rivera re-created her role as Rose in "Bring Back Birdie", a sequel to this musical
    $200 11
The metropolitan area of this city spreads over 6 parishes, including St. Bernard & St. Tammany
    $200 16
In a bear market prices are heading in this direction
    $200 21
He's the subject of the 1961 biography "First American Into Space"
    $200 1
She was a collector of these girls' toys; if she were alive today maybe she'd buy Vanna's from cable TV
    $400 7
Cortes entered Tenochtitlan in November 1519, meeting this Aztec ruler for the first time
    $400 27
In 1986 this playwright was "Broadway Bound" with the 3rd play in his autobiographical trilogy
    $400 12
An Indian tribe gave its name to this city of 180,000 in eastern Washington
    DD: $2,500 17
In 1992 this city's stock exchange was 3rd behind NYC & London in volume of transactions
    $400 22
In 1924 Ford Madox Ford published "A Personal Remembrance" of this "Lord Jim" author
    $400 2
This holiday item decorated with candles & candy was made popular by Victoria's German husband
    $600 8
Alonso de Ojeda named a part of South America this, after a canal city it reminded him of
    $600 28
Tom Hulce originated the role later played on film by Tom Cruise in this drama about a court-martial
    $600 13
Dating from 1681, the only independent Huguenot church in America is in this South Carolina port
    $600 18
This is the fusion of 2 companies into 1; a takeover is one type
    DD: $1,000 23
He's the subject of the recent biography "Swing, Swing, Swing"
    $600 3
This medal was instituted in 1856, retroactive to 1854, but not presented until 1857
    $800 9
Brazzaville, the capital of this African republic, was named for Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza
    $800 29
In 1985 this musical based on "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" captured 7 Tonys
    $800 14
The Alabama State Fair & the Dogwood Festival are annual events in this steel-producing city
    $800 19
It's the nickname for securities issued by the Federal National Mortgage Association
    $800 24
In 1993 David McCullough won a Pulitzer Prize for his biography of this president
    $800 4
In August 1858 Queen Victoria & James Buchanan exchanged greetings via this new pathway
    $1000 10
Naturalist Johann Forster was loathed by his shipmates aboard this South Pacific explorer's Resolution
    $1000 30
"Foxfire", about an elderly matriarch, opened on Broadway in 1982 & starred this husband & wife team
    $1000 15
This Alaskan port on the Seward Pen. was founded in 1898 when gold was discovered at nearby Anvil Creek
    $1000 20
This contract obligates the buyer to purchase a commodity for a certain price on a certain date
    $1000 25
"Power, Privilege, and the Post" takes a look at this powerful woman behind the Washington Post
    $1000 5
On May 1, 1840 Queen Victoria's portrait appeared on these, a first for anyone in the world

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Bob Allan
$8,600 $2,400 $11,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The people of this kingdom call it Druk Yul, meaning the realm or land of the dragon

Final scores:

Larry Bob Allan
$6,700 $1,496 $6,599
2-day champion: $17,900 3rd place: Magnavox VHS camcorder + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: trip on Delta to Tampa & stay at Saddlebrook Resort + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Larry Bob Allan
$8,600 $2,400 $8,900
22 R,
1 W
7 R,
2 W
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 1994-01-31
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