Show #2213 - Wednesday, March 30, 1994


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Ray Butman, an equipment control clerk from Harbor City, California

David Bruins, a CPA originally from Holland, Michigan

Jack Horan, a school vice principal from Califon, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
J.S. Le Fanu wrote "Carmilla", a tale about a female one of these, 25 years before "Dracula"
    $100 6
In 1993 Forbes magazine listed this "Peanuts" creator as the 6th highest-paid entertainer
    $100 26
Vinaigrette dressing often contains more of this ingredient than vinegar
    $100 1
The original Fort Dearborn, around which this "Windy City" grew, was built by Whistler's grandfather
    $100 16
Latin for "a white tablet", it's a blank book in which you paste mementos or photos
    $100 21
"Per favore, chiami la Polizia" means please call these people
    $200 12
Scary stories like the ones in his "Skeleton Crew" collection have made him the "monarch" of modern horror
    $200 7
This "M.D." created by Nicholas Dallis in 1948 is still going strong
    $200 27
The very strong Turkish variety of this beverage is made in a special pot called a jezve or ibrik
    $200 2
In 1948 this fort in Charleston Harbor was designated a national monument
    $200 17
In pool it's the term for the all-white ball
    $200 22
The Italian name for this is l'appendice—yours may have been removed
    $300 13
A cruel caliph meets a terrifying end in "Vathek", a tale of this "architectural" genre
    $300 8
This Brant Parker-Johnny Hart strip features a small monarch, a cowardly knight & a magician
    $300 28
The porter & stout types of this alcoholic beverage get their dark color from roasted malt
    $300 3
Fort Union near Watrous, New Mexico was built in 1851 to protect travelers along this route
    $300 18
Number of white stripes on the American flag; it's also the number of white stars in the top row
    $300 23
Italians call this religious holiday Epifania
    $400 14
His ghostly tales include "The Altar of the Dead", "The Ghostly Rental" & "The Turn of the Screw"
    $400 9
This British character has a wife named Florrie & a friend named Chalkie
    $400 29
This type of meatball is often seen at smorgasbords
    $400 4
In 1898 this ship sailed to her fate from Fort Jefferson in Florida
    $400 19
Louis de Bechamel invented a white type of this
    $400 24
This metallic color is argentato
    $500 15
Shirley Jackson's novel about "The Haunting of" this "house" inspired a scary film called "The Haunting"
    $500 10
Fritzi Ritz is this little girl's aunt
    $500 30
The consistency of this native Hawaiian dish is measured in the number of fingers needed to eat it
    DD: $600 5
On May 10, 1775 Ethan Allen & Benedict Arnold led a force that captured this fort from the British
    $500 20
When dealing with light, yellow & this color are complementary because they combine to make white
    $500 25
An Italian woman may tell you, "Sono Con Mio Marito", which means "I'm with" this person

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

Jack David Ray
$1,700 $500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack David Ray
$2,800 $1,600 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: As in The Bible.)
    $200 3
His many travels earned him the nickname "Rutherford the Rover"
    $200 17
It's the term for a song, like France's "La Marseillaise", sanctioned by a country for official occasions
    $200 10
Pediatrics concerns the growth of kids, but podiatry focuses on just these body parts
    $200 1
Antony calls her "My Serpent of Old Nile"
    $200 12
Greece has over 400 of these & Crete is the largest
    $200 22
In chapter 4 Jesus answered him, "thou shall not tempt the Lord thy god"
    $400 6
He was nicknamed "The Peanut Politician" because of his family's peanut business
    $400 18
Liszt was one of several composers to write a variation on this well-known 2-finger piano piece
    $400 26
Otology is the study of 2 organs, the ears; this is the study of 1 organ, the heart
    $400 2
Characters in this play include Osric, Voltimand & Guildenstern
    $400 13
Though Rabat is the capital, Casablanca is this country's largest city
    $400 23
Luke reports that this many malefactors were crucified with Jesus
    $600 7
Andrew Jackson's "wooden" nickname; it was inspired by his toughness
    $600 19
Chopin composed over 50 pieces of music to accompany this lively Polish dance
    $600 28
Phlebology is the study of these body parts that carry what hematologists study
    DD: $1,500 4
When she sleepwalks, "Her eyes are open... but their sense is shut"
    $600 14
Many of the events of the 1988 Winter Olympics were held in this Alberta city's Saddledome
    $600 24
When Jesus was a child, his parents visited Jerusalem every year for this holiday
    $800 8
He was dubbed "Sir Veto" because he vetoed so many bills during Reconstruction
    $800 20
In German this Strauss waltz is known as "Geschichten Aus dem Wienerwald"
    $800 29
Stomotology studies the mouth & this is the study of the stomach
    $800 5
Falstaff's first name
    $800 15
With about 5 million people, Karachi on the Arabian Sea is this nation's largest city
    $800 25
When recruited by Jesus, this fisherman was told, "Fear not; fr henceforth thou shalt catch men"
    $1000 9
Zachary Taylor was called "Old Buena Vista" after a major battle he won during this war
    $1000 21
The first movement of a sonata is typically marked with this term meaning "lively & brisk"
    $1000 30
Nosology is the science of disease classification; this is the "ology" just for noses
    $1000 11
Act V, Scene I of this play takes place in the Grecian camp, before Achilles' tent
    $1000 16
This Liberian capital, founded in 1822, is at the mouth of the St. Paul River
    DD: $1,600 27
1 of the 2 men who appeared to Jesus during his transfiguration & talked of his impending death

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack David Ray
$8,200 $4,400 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The first Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by a woman, it became a movie in 1993

Final scores:

Jack David Ray
$4,800 $2,999 $1
3-day champion: $29,601 2nd place: trip to U.S. Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama 3rd place: Helbros his & hers watch collection + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack David Ray
$8,200 $6,600 $4,900
22 R,
3 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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Game tape date: 1993-12-14
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