Show #2263 - Wednesday, June 8, 1994


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Tim Calaway, a management analyst originally from Anchorage, Alaska

Stefan Sharkansky, a computer consultant originally from Madison, Wisconsin

Bob Majeska, a research scientist from Danbury, Connecticut (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,299)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
Unofficially, the Cathedrale de St.- Michel in this city is the National Cathedral of Belgium
    $100 21
As a newly ordained bishop, he set off for Ireland in 432 to convert the people to Christianity
    $100 26
Charles Robert Cockerell designed this British university's Ashmolean Museum
    $100 1
Florence Seibert invented a process to produce pure tuberculin, used to detect this disease
    $100 16
He'll pole you around Venice
    $100 9
It grants a title of real estate; a villain might want the one to the ranch
    $200 5
You'll find the University of Iceland in this capital city
    $200 22
John Donne converted to this religion in the 1590s & was named Dean of St. Paul's in 1621
    $200 27
Julia Morgan built one of the world's most lavish homes for W.R. Hearst at this site
    $200 2
A friend whose bird sanctuary had been sprayed with DDT sparked her to write "Silent Spring"
    $200 17
The Aquamaids at this Winter Haven, Florida attraction are famous for their waterskiing prowess
    $200 10
This sweet can precede bee, creeper or suckle
    $300 6
The Ulster Museum in this city is known for its Celtic artifacts
    $300 23
When he converted to this faith, Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali
    $300 28
Greek architect Constantinos Doxiadis planned Islamabad, this country's new capital
    $300 3
Irene Joliot-Curie was a member of the Atomic Energy Commission of this, her native country
    $300 18
It's a ship that keeps a channel clear during the winter
    $300 11
Day of the week on which you go to the polling station to cast your vote for president
    DD: $400 7
The Pyramid of Gaius Cestius, the only pyramid in this city, has a burial chamber inside
    $400 24
After a 1954 auto accident, this singer converted to Judaism
    $400 29
Born Andrea di Pietro della Gondola, he was renamed Palladio for this Greek goddess of wisdom
    $400 13
In 1969 Dorothy Hodgkin revealed the structure of this protein used to treat diabetes
    $400 19
From French for "barbecuer", it's a 17th century pirate who raided Spanish ships
    $400 12
It's the fruit used in making cold duck
    $500 8
Dom Pedro IV Square in this capital is named for the first emperor of Brazil
    $500 25
In the late 1960s reggae singer Bob Marley converted to this religion
    $500 30
Bernini worked on the baldacchino of this basilica before becoming its architect
    $500 14
Barbara McClintock discovered that these can move from one place to another on plant chromosomes
    $500 20
He's there to give direction to Olympic oarsmen
    $500 15
Flavor of the first Life Saver, introduced in 1912

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

Bob Stefan Tim
$1,600 $1,200 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Stefan Tim
$2,600 $1,900 $3,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
On April 5, 1621 it sailed back to England, leaving the Plymouth Colony to fend for itself
    $200 11
"Bates Motel", a 1987 TV movie, was based on this 1960 Alfred Hitchcock classic
    $200 20
Hans Brinker creator Mary Mapes Dodge edited the children's magazine named for this holiday saint
    $200 22
The name of this fabric comes from the Latin word for "loop" or "snare", laqueus
    $200 1
He learned about "War and Peace" early on, having served in the Army during the Crimean War
    $200 6
The 1906 San Francisco earthquake was this fault's fault
    $400 17
In 1676 Nathaniel Bacon led a rebellion that burned down this Virginia settlement
    $400 12
This director's mother had a bit part in his 1989 film "When Harry Met Sally"
    $400 23
Rose of this Peruvian capital died in 1617 & was canonized in 1671 to become the new world's first saint
    $400 25
The best cashmere is obtained from these animals by combing, not by shearing
    $400 2
Born at West Point, where his father taught aeronautics, this "1876" author could fly a plane at age 10
    $400 7
Originally, Puerto Rico was a city name & this was the island's name; sometime in history they switched names
    $600 18
Between 1661 & 1663, the first of these printed in the American colonies appeared in Algonquian
    $600 13
Between 1938 & 1950, Penny Singleton played this comic strip character in 28 films
    $600 24
This saint who refused to be made a bishop was the subject of a 1963 hit by The Singing Nun
    $600 26
The most valuable variety of this fiber used to make linen is raised in Belgium
    $600 3
This author of "The Other Side of Midnight" originally dreamed of becoming a composer
    $600 8
Some say this island of the Bahamas, also called Watlings Island, was Columbus' 1st New World stop
    $800 19
In 1630 colonists from this company settled Boston
    $800 14
Joseph Ruttenberg's cinematography for "The Great Waltz", the film biography of this composer, won a 1938 Oscar
    DD: $1,000 27
A trio of biblical women sharing this name share the feast day of May 25
    $800 29
This steam engine pioneer helped perfect a method of bleaching fabrics with chlorine
    $800 4
This author was arrested in 1846 for his "Civil Disobedience" in refusing to pay a poll tax
    $800 9
Gen. Sam Houston was one of the Texans wounded in this April 1836 battle; he was shot in the ankle
    $1000 21
He arrived in New Netherland in May 1626, bought land & built Fort Amsterdam
    $1000 15
Director John Ford followed this 1948 western with "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" & "Rio Grande"
    $1000 28
In 1625 he founded the Congregation of the Mission, also known as the Lazarists or Vincentians
    $1000 30
This fine net fabric used for wedding veils & tutus has hexagonal holes
    DD: $1,000 5
This Lebanese-American author of "The Prophet" studied art in Paris, where he met Rodin
    $1000 10
It's the oldest republic in the world

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Stefan Tim
$6,200 $3,100 $8,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 3 presidents elected with over 500 electoral votes

Final scores:

Bob Stefan Tim
$6,200 $5,400 $4,900
3-day champion: $22,499 2nd place: trip on Delta to St. Thomas & stay at Marriott's Frenchman's Reef + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: Samsung 8mm camcorder + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Stefan Tim
$6,200 $3,100 $8,700
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R,
2 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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Game tape date: 1994-02-02
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