Show #2210 - Friday, March 25, 1994


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Cathleen White, a teacher from Cleveland, Ohio

Mike Schmulewitz, a salesman from St. Paul, Minnesota

George Engelmann, a vertebrate paleontologist from Omaha, Nebraska (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
2 main methods of making this, friction & striking sparks, were discovered just after the last glacial period
    $100 6
After their expedition, they served as governors of the Louisiana & Missouri Terrs. respectively
    $100 21
In most states it's the equivalent of the USA's vice president
    $100 26
He, his wife Mamie & their son Doud Dwight are buried in Abilene
    $100 7
If the bride & groom do this on their wedding day before the ceremony, uh-oh
    $100 8
When you tell a secret, you let this animal "out of the bag"
    $200 2
An undisturbed tomb from this civilization was discovered in Peten, Guatemala in 1984
    $200 17
The company founded by this pair is the world's leading maker of contact lenses
    $200 22
The clergyman on a chessboard
    $200 27
In the 1850s a violent struggle over this issue earned the state the nickname "Bleeding Kansas"
    $200 13
Number of times that's "a charm" or "lucky"
    $200 9
In a life of luxury, you live "high on" this animal
    $300 3
This basalt slab provided the key to deciphering ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs
    $300 18
They were first paired in 1976 for a local Chicago TV show, "Opening Soon at a Theatre Near You"
    $300 23
The head of a jury or the head of a work crew
    $300 28
Beef cattle & this grain account for about 60% of the state's farm income
    $300 14
For centuries sailors have thought these sea animals swimming near a ship was a lucky sign
    $300 10
A person who's carefree is said to be as "happy as" this "at high tide"
    $400 4
The Egyptian temple of Abu Simbel was moved to higher ground when this dam flooded its site
    $400 19
The car in which this outlaw couple was shot & killed in 1934 is displayed at Whiskey Pete's near Las Vegas
    $400 24
Oliver Goldsmith wrote a novel about one of these clergymen "of Wakefield"
    $400 29
An airport serving Atchison is named for this aviatrix who was born in Atchison
    $400 15
In song this lucky object was looked over & overlooked
    $400 11
To ward off hunger is to "keep the wolf from" here
    $500 5
Ochre, a yellow or red oxide of this metal, was used as coloring matter in cave paintings
    $500 20
In 1992 these pioneering sex therapists filed for divorce
    DD: $1,000 25
The title of a sovereign prince of the Austrian royal family
    $500 30
Most of the nation's general aviation aircraft are produced in the area of this largest Kansas city
    $500 16
This furry appendage is associated with fertility, which may not be the good luck you expected from it
    $500 12
It completes the proverb, "If wishes were horses,..."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

George Mike Cathleen
$2,700 $1,000 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Mike Cathleen
$3,800 $1,900 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Name shared by 8 Byzantine emperors & over 20 Popes
    $200 16
A memorial to this British statesman can be found at Westminster College in Fulton, Mo.
    $200 1
Philip Glass has written operas on Akhnaten, on Gandhi & on this E=mc2 physicist
    $200 11
Ainu, unrelated to any other language, is spoken by about 12,000 on this country's Hokkaido island
    $200 21
In addition to mysteries, this presidential daughter has written a biography of her mother, Bess
    $200 22
This musical partner of Sir Arthur Sullivan died in 1911 while trying to save a drowning woman
    $400 7
Except for 5 years, this family held the title of Holy Roman Emperor from 1438 until 1806
    $400 17
Among the more than 100 colleges & universities in this state are Slippery Rock, Bryn Mawr & Villanova
    $400 2
Before her death in 1887, this Swedish soprano was on staff at the Royal College of Music in London
    $400 12
Principal dialects of this language are from Connacht, Munster & County Donegal
    $400 27
She said of "Uncle Tom's Cabin", "God wrote the book...I took his dictation"
    $400 23
In 1968 this general returned to the U.S. from Vietnam to serve as Army Chief of Staff
    $600 8
In December 1991 this A.P. correspondent became the last U.S. hostage released from Lebanon
    $600 18
The university of this Texas city is not in the city itself but in the suburb of Irving
    $600 3
Like Beethoven, Claude Debussy only completed this many operas
    $600 13
Brazilians enriched this language by adding words from African slaves & the Tupi Indians
    $600 28
New York & Hollywood are the main settings for her sizzling novel "American Star"
    $600 24
In 1878 he renamed his Christian mission the Salvation Army
    $800 9
When Edward the Confessor died in 1066, the English nobles chose this Earl of Wessex as king
    $800 19
This city's DePaul University was founded in 1898 as St. Vincent's College
    $800 4
Verdi's last opera, it was based on "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
    $800 14
While Yiddish has Germanic origins, Ladino is a Jewish language derived from this
    $800 29
She joked that she was born November 14, 1963, the date "Every Night, Josephine!" was published
    $800 25
His op-ed column runs twice weekly in the New York Times & his "On Language" appears in the Sunday magazine
    DD: $2,000 10
In 1853 this discoverer of Lake Tanganyika visited the shrines of Mecca disguised as an Afghani
    $1000 20
This "Berg" is home to the oldest university in Germany
    $1000 5
Name of the castle that's home to Donizetti's "Lucia"
    $1000 15
Romansh is the main language of this Swiss ski resort, the site of the 1928 & 1948 Winter Olympics
    $1000 30
In 1993 this bestselling author published her 10th novel, a suspense tale called "I'll Be Seeing You"
    DD: $4,000 26
His 36 years on the Supreme Court was the longest term of any justice

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Mike Cathleen
$10,800 $8,100 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Charlotte Amalie, the largest city in the Virgin Islands, is named for a queen of this country

Final scores:

George Mike Cathleen
$4,800 $8,100 $200
2nd place: Keller dining furniture + RCR crystal stemware & barware New champion: $8,100 3rd place: Samsung fax machine + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

George Mike Cathleen
$10,800 $5,100 $4,000
32 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 1993-12-13
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