Show #2261 - Monday, June 6, 1994


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Bob Majeska, a research scientist from Danbury, Connecticut

Chuck Wilde, an engineer from Naperville, Illinois

Cris Zeak, a substitute teacher from Point Pleasant, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
    $100 6
In 1984, after a 17-year absence, his daughter Svetlana Alliluyeva returned to the USSR
    $100 11
1992 Dream Team member who was NBA MVP in 1987, 1989 & 1990
    $100 21
It's the type of doctor you'd seek to have your face lifted or a crooked nose straightened
    $100 1
Strad is a colloquial term for an instrument made by him
    $100 26
Many chefs use the Gruyere type of this in quiche Lorraine
    $100 16
To make an "A" in Morse code, you need 1 dot & 1 of these
    $200 7
In 1982 this country announced that its population had grown to over 1 billion
    $200 12
He rode to his inauguration in the same limo in which his predecessor had been shot
    $200 22
Polydactyly is a congenital disorder in which a person has extra ones of these
    $200 2
2 quarter notes equal 1 of these
    $200 27
This purple flower can be candied & used to decorate desserts
    $200 17
Horses neigh; donkeys do this
    $300 8
In 1986 the price of this plunged below $10 per barrel
    $300 13
Washington Senators pitcher Walter Johnson held this career record for over 50 years, until 1983
    $300 23
In a procedure called radial keratotomy, cuts are made in this part of the eye to reduce myopia
    $300 3
Pergolesi's 1733 work "La Serva Padrona" is considered the first important one of these in the "buffa" style
    $300 28
Poire Helene is a dessert made with a poached pear, this flavor of ice cream & warm chocolate sauce
    $300 18
It means to sell, or to sell by means of a dispensing machine
    DD: $400 9
This union, expelled from the AFL-CIO in 1957, was readmitted in 1987
    $400 14
When he took office in 1865, the flag was 1 star behind; it had 35 stars & there were 36 states
    $400 24
This yellowing of the skin may be a sign of a liver disorder
    $400 4
Alborada, which means "dawn song", is a type of music originally performed in the morning in this country
    $400 29
Madrilene, a consomme made with this juice, is often jellied & served cold
    $400 19
This mild expletive also means to mend with interlacing stitches
    $500 10
After 10 years as the World Chess Champion, he lost his title to Gary Kasparov
    $500 15
Her first designs were sweaters for her fellow editors at Mademoiselle magazine
    $500 25
A dislocated shoulder is actually a displacement of the head of this upper arm bone
    $500 5
An instrumental piece meant to precede a fugue or suite; Debussy wrote one "a l'Apres-midi d'un faune"
    $500 30
Before it's wrapped in pastry & baked, beef Wellington is covered with this pate
    $500 20
This term for friends & neighbors is usually paired with "kin"

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

Cris Chuck Bob
$2,200 $300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Chuck Bob
$3,700 $1,700 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1890s
    $200 1
Among these that first appeared in the 1890s were "The Yellow Kid" & "The Katzenjammer Kids"
    $200 6
With her ex-husband Jim in jail, she married Roe Messner October 3, 1993
    $200 12
After founder Thomas Watson's example, many offices at this computer company display "Think" signs
    $200 11
The Fountain of Youth Archeological Park in St. Augustine, Fla. stands on the site where he's said to have landed
    $200 15
Schwingfest, or Swiss wrestling, is featured in this Buckeye State's Swiss festival in Sugarcreek
    $200 22
Rider Haggard lived on this continent as a young man & later set his most famous novels there
    $400 2
Symbolized Ar, this gas that makes up about 1% of the air was isolated in 1894
    $400 7
This Southern Baptist's Evangelical Association publishes Decision magazine
    $400 21
In 1989 this Memphis- based package delivery service bought Flying Tigers, an all-cargo carrier
    $400 13
A relative of Francisco Pizarro, Francisco de Orellana was the 1st European to navigate this South American river
    $400 18
The town of Liberal in this state boasts a replica of Dorothy's house from "The Wizard of Oz"
    $400 23
He wrote about the devastating 1755 Lisbon earthquake in a 1756 poem & in his classic novel "Candide"
    $600 3
In 1891 a Dutch paleontologist found remains of early man on this Indonesian island
    $600 8
He's an evangelist, a faith healer & a founder of a university in Oklahoma
    $600 24
When founded in 1873, this "Rock Solid" insurance co. was known as the Widows & Orphans Friendly Society
    $600 14
Using heavy snow vehicles, Vivian Fuchs led the 1st known coast-to-coast crossing of this continent
    $600 19
Holiday World is a theme park in this Indiana town that gets a lot of mail at Christmastime
    DD: $500 26
In 1883 this American expatriate adapted his own novel "Daisy Miller" as a play
    $800 4
In 1895 England almost went to war over Venezuela's border with this British possession
    $800 9
Her 1926 disappearance led to a perjury trial
    $800 29
In 1986 this chemical company introduced a stain-resistant carpet called Stainmaster
    DD: $1,000 16
On Sunday, April 5, 1722, Dutch explorer Jakob Roggeveen became the 1st European to reach this island
    $800 20
You can visit this president's Dixon, Illinois home, where he lived from 1920 to 1923
    $800 27
Some of the "Tales of" this German author appear in the 1817 collection "Nachtstucke", or "Night-Pieces"
    $1000 5
In 1892 the cornerstone for this NYC cathedral was laid on Dec. 27, its patron saint's feast day
    $1000 10
In 1889 he opened his Bible Institute in Chicago
    $1000 30
In 1979 this postage meter firm bought Dictaphone
    $1000 17
When he died of a fever in 1542, his body was sunk in the Mississippi, the river he discovered
    $1000 25
The "chugging" noise made by hot springs, not a real boat, gave this Colorado town its name
    $1000 28
"Travels In Hyperreality" is a collection of essays by this author of "The Name of the Rose"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cris Chuck Bob
$8,800 $3,100 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Over 300 years after his 1658 death, his head was laid to rest by his alma mater, a college at Cambridge

Final scores:

Cris Chuck Bob
$1,500 $4,600 $9,799
3rd place: Krieger watch + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the SNES & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip on Delta to the Bahamas & stay at Bahamas Princess Resort & Casino New champion: $9,799

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cris Chuck Bob
$8,900 $3,100 $8,200
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 1994-02-02
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