Show #2216 - Monday, April 4, 1994


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Ali Vaezy, a medical student from Lexington, Kentucky

Claude Sandroff, a research scientist originally from New York City, New York

Russell McConnell, an actor from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
In 1931 this skyscraper opened on the site once occupied by the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
    $100 1
Sherwood Forest provided the setting for this 1950s series imported from Great Britain
    $100 2
This school's song about a "Ramblin' Wreck" was based on the folk ballad "The Sons of the Gamboliers"
    $100 16
This collie created by Eric Knight is sold by her master's father but returns after a 1,000-mile trek
    $100 26
A boutonniere goes in the buttonhole on this part of a jacket
    $100 17
Happy hunting ground is slang for this afterlife locale
    $200 10
On July 7, 1958 President Eisenhower signed a bill making it the 49th state
    $200 3
TV series on which a young boy would yell to his dog, "Yo, ho, Rinty!"
    $200 7
A school of architecture named for this famed architect has campuses in Wisconsin & Arizona
    $200 18
This porcine friend of Winnie-the-Pooh digs a heffalump trap & baits it with honey
    $200 27
A Kelly is a stiff, flat-topped straw one worn by men
    $200 22
A conjecture is "a shot in" this
    $300 11
America's first reported skyjacking took place in 1961 when a plane was forced to this country
    $300 4
This '50s series' title character vowed to fight "A never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the American Way"
    $300 8
In 1973 this Coral Gables univ. became the first to give a full athletic scholarship to a woman
    $300 19
Pyewacket is Gillian's familiar in this John Van Druten play
    $300 28
This necklace that fits snugly around the neck is often made of velvet
    $300 23
Kiwi is slang for someone from this country
    $400 12
In 1949 William Schwann published the first catalog of these; there were 674 listings
    $400 5
David's wife began appearing on this sitcom in 1961, Rick's wife in 1964
    DD: $1,200 14
This school has the largest enrollment of any college in Utah
    $400 20
This character in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" dozes at the Mad Tea Party
    $400 29
A boa is made of many feathers & this is a long single feather used as an ornamental accessory
    $400 24
This is the big sleep or the big chill
    $500 13
In April 1936 he was executed for the kidnapping & murder of the Lindbergh baby
    $500 6
This series starring Gardner McKay was created by James A. Michener
    $500 15
In 1766, this New Brunswick, N.J. school was founded as Queens College by the Dutch Reformed Church
    $500 21
This gray wolf of the Klondike is bought by Weedon Scott, a mining expert
    $500 30
The "plane" truth is it's a fitted leather jacket
    $500 25
Rocks for jocks is slang for an introductory college course in this subject

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

Russell Claude Ali
$2,000 -$200 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Russell Claude Ali
$3,400 $800 $3,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Tradition says that around 3100 B.C., King Menes united the upper & lower parts of this country
    $200 6
Many of Paula Modersohn-Becker's works are in a museum named for her in Bremen in this country
    $200 7
One thing that separates bacteria from plants is that they usually lack this green pigment
    $200 26
Luigi is the Italian form of this name that was extremely popular among French kings
    $200 13
With 112 square miles, Queens is the largest of its 5 boroughs
    $200 12
A dramatic version of his "Catch-22" premiered on Long Island in 1971
    $400 2
The Counter-Reformation was the Roman Catholic Church's attempt to stop the spread of this religion
    $400 8
It was N.C. Wyeth's relationship to Jamie Wyeth
    $400 22
This material that sticks to the walls of blood vessels, clogging them, is a steroid
    $400 27
"The Ultimate Baby Name Book" claims the name of this Arthurian wizard is a variation of Irving
    $400 17
At the time of its completion, this city's 70-story Peachtree Plaza Hotel was the world's tallest
    $400 14
James Tyrone Jr. appears in his "Long Day's Journey into Night" & "A Moon for the Misbegotten"
    $600 3
In 1536 King Christian III made Norway a province of this Scandinavian country
    $600 9
Constantin Brancusi was a major influence on this Italian known for his long-necked portraits
    $600 23
Term for a biological process made to happen outside the body, it literally means "in glass"
    $600 28
This Spanish name means "little one", though it makes us think of bananas
    DD: $1,500 19
Hamtramck, Mi. lies within the limits of this city whose name comes from French for "strait"
    DD: $4,000 15
This play takes place at the summer home of the elderly Norman & Ethel Thayer
    $800 4
In 1398 this "lame" ancestor of Babar sacked Delhi & killed about 100,000 of its citizens
    $800 10
This Spaniard born in 1746 called his country home Quinta del Sordo, or "House of the Deaf Man"
    $800 24
The thread of messenger RNA molecules forms a single one of these; the threads of DNA, a double one
    $800 29
Sean & Shane are Irish forms of this ever-popular English name
    $800 20
In 1864 James R. Mead & Jesse Chisholm founded this largest Kansas city on the site of an Indian village
    $800 16
This Thomas Heggen- Joshua Logan play concerns a naval cargo officer who wants to see active service
    $1000 5
In 1535 this Frenchman reached the site of present-day Montreal
    $1000 11
This cubist was born in Argenteuil on May 13, 1882
    $1000 25
Used to move one-celled organisms, they're similar to cilia but longer & fewer in number
    $1000 30
Hebrew for "Recompense of God", it was President Harding's middle name
    $1000 21
With a population of over 39,000, Burlington is this state's largest city
    $1000 18
Former MGM production chief Dore Schary wrote this play about FDR's bout with polio

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Russell Claude Ali
$3,600 $2,400 $12,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At the age of 20 he helped manage Hubert Humphrey's 1948 Senate campaign

Final scores:

Russell Claude Ali
$2,399 $1,199 $15,000
2nd place: trip to Honolulu, Hawaii 3rd place: MainStreet Messenger personal emergency response system + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis New champion: $15,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Russell Claude Ali
$3,600 $2,400 $14,900
17 R,
3 W
9 R,
3 W
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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Game tape date: 1994-01-10
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