Show #2214 - Thursday, March 31, 1994


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Matt Dickey, a computer programmer from San Diego, California

Marie Leigh, a banker from Chicago, Illinois

Jack Horan, a school vice principal from Califon, New Jersey (whose 3-day cash winnings total $29,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: One, the other, or perhaps both will appear in each correct response.)
    $100 1
This Ford cost $850 when introduced in 1908, but only $290 in 1926
    $100 24
Billy & Betty Fairfield hung out with this all-American boy
    $100 6
The roots of this girl's name lie over the ocean; it's from the French for "good"
    $100 21
A 1791 tax on liquor distillers led to this uprising 3 years later
    $100 8
The United States pavilion at Expo 67 was a geodesic one of these
    $100 16
In 1922, using the Pitman method of this, Nathan Behrin took down 300 words per minute for 5 minutes
    $200 2
In 1893 this founder of the People's Republic of China was born in Shao-Shan in Hunan Province
    $200 27
Her theme began, "Who's that little chatterbox?"
    $200 7
Miss O'Connor might tell Miss Fonda that Sinead is the Irish form of this name
    $200 22
This Great Lake gives the state access to the St. Lawrence Seaway
    $200 9
Typically, these towerlike Asian structures have stories that diminish in size from bottom to top
    $200 17
It's the position played by Cal Ripken for the Orioles & Ozzie Smith for the Cardinals
    $300 3
In 1963 several generals overthrew President Diem of this country with U.S. complicity
    $300 28
On this series Marian Jordan played Sis, the little girl who pestered Jim Jordan's character
    $300 13
Leo & Leonard mean lion & Orson & Ursula refer to this animal
    $300 23
The site of South Fork Dam is included in a national memorial to this May 31, 1889 tragedy
    $300 10
The Baths of Caracalla in this city were once richly decorated with marble & mosaics
    $300 18
It's a breed of cattle or a mild cheddar cheese
    $400 4
In August 1910 this country annexed Korea, renaming it Chosen
    $400 29
He had 2 kids, Babs & Junior, creating revoltin' developments in his "Life"
    $400 14
In the U.S. in 1970, this girl's name, a form of Guinevere, was second only to Michelle in popularity
    $400 25
Pennsylvania produces almost all of this hard coal mined in the U.S.
    $400 11
Frederick John Kiesler's last major work was the Shrine of the Book in this country
    $400 19
It's Marlon Brando's occupation in the movie "On the Waterfront"
    $500 5
In 1875 this British prime minister bought out Egypt's stake in the Suez Canal
    $500 30
Penny & Clipper were a niece & nephew of this Navy pilot turned rancher
    $500 15
Isabel is a Spanish form of this name
    DD: $1,000 26
Mount Davis, the state's highest point at 3,213 feet, is in this range of the Appalachians
    $500 12
Oscar Niemeyer is this South American country's most famous architect
    $500 20
Released in 1970, it was The Beatles' last No. 1 hit

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

Jack Marie Matt
$2,000 $0 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Marie Matt
$5,600 $0 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Contrary to 18th century practice, this "Blue Boy" artist didn't hire a drapery man to help him
    $200 5
ESSO came from the pronunciation of this company's initials, S.O.
    $200 21
In 1992 the Yugoslavian flag dropped the gold-trimmed red star that symbolized this political system
    $200 27
This punctuation mark can be used to show possession or the omission of letters in a word
    $200 11
When Richard Burton played Dr. Faustus at Oxford in 1966, this woman played Helen of Troy
    $200 12
People who disagreed with Democrat Pierce's stand in favor of the Kansas-Nebraska Act formed this party
    $400 2
His "Gates of Hell" sculpture was commissioned in 1880 as the door for the Musee des Arts Decoratifs
    $400 6
This drink named after a shrub & a nut is now popular worldwide
    $400 22
After "Baby Doc" Duvalier was ousted, this country restored its blue & red flag
    $400 28
Carl Perkins & Elvis Presley were exponents of this musical genre combining rock 'n' roll & hillbilly Music
    $400 17
Estelle Parsons played Ruth, a pirate maid, in Joseph Papp's 1981 production of this operetta
    $400 13
William King, but he died in April 1853 never having performed the duties of his office
    $600 3
Around 1850 this nonsense poet studied serious art at England's Royal Academy
    $600 7
It's what the "bis" in Nabisco stands for
    $600 23
On Ireland's tricolor, the orange is symbolic of this religious group
    $600 26
This ceremony admits a person to the ministry of a church
    DD: $1,000 18
In 1968 "John Brown's Body" became the first play presented in this theatre since it closed in 1865
    $600 14
At 48, Pierce was the youngest president to that time; he'd been a member of this body at 32
    $800 4
Type of lesson being give by Thomas de Keyser's "Dr. de Vrij" & Rembrandt's "Dr. Tulp"
    $800 9
Hansa, as in the Hanseatic League, means company, so this is German for "air company"
    $800 24
An armillary sphere on this country's flag represents Prince Henry the Navigator
    $800 29
The name of this minor judicial officer, such as a Justice of the Peace, is from the Latin for "master"
    $800 19
Noel Coward turned this man's play "Lady Windermere's Fan" into a musical called "After the Ball"
    $800 15
One of his schoolmates at Bowdoin College was this "Twice-Told Tales" author
    $1000 8
His "I and the Village", painted in Paris in 1911, is a surreal view of a Russian village
    $1000 10
Adolf Dassler, Adi to his friends, founded this company
    $1000 25
The flag of this African country bears an "R" in its center
    DD: $3,000 30
It's the collective term for the first 5 books of the Bible
    $1000 20
"Let 'em Eat Cake" was a sequel to this Pulitzer Prize-winning musical about a presidential campaign
    $1000 16
As Jefferson is famous for the Louisiana purchase, Pierce is famous for this one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Marie Matt
$13,000 $2,800 $9,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

By his own account, he was born "in Diamond Grove, Missouri, about the close of the Great Civil War"

Final scores:

Jack Marie Matt
$7,800 $1,600 $13,100
2nd place: Broyhill bedroom set + RCA 27" TV 3rd place: Ross Simons bracelet New champion: $13,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack Marie Matt
$12,500 $2,400 $7,100
32 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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Game tape date: 1993-12-14
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