Show #2219 - Thursday, April 7, 1994


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Anne Fescharek, a housewife from Brielle, New Jersey

Dean Cohan, a software trainer from Madison, Wisconsin

Sandy Zusmann, a marketing manager from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
This swamp in the southeast is drained by the Saint Marys & Suwannee Rivers
    $100 26
Shirley Jones' stepson, he became a teen idol playing her TV son Keith Partridge
    $100 11
In 1933 Western Union dispatched its 1st singing one of these to Rudy Vallee, in honor of his birthday
    $100 18
The "stainless" type of this alloy contains at least 12% chromium
    $100 16
As you can tell from its name, a tangor is a cross between these 2 citrus fruits
    $100 1
When you anticipate something with great relish, you do this to your chops
    $200 7
It's by far the most populous county in Illinois
    $200 21
It's the mode of transportation the family used to get from gig to gig
    $200 12
Modeled in Paris in 1946, the 1st of these 2-piece bathing suits was cotton, with a newspaper design
    $200 19
Titanium oxide has replaced poisonous compounds of this heavy metal in white paint
    $200 17
Oriental sweet-and-sour dishes often include chunks of this tropical fruit
    $200 2
You may need more conditioner if you argue over trifles, because you're "splitting" these
    $300 8
St. Louis & Biloxi are among this state's largest bays
    $300 29
As a teen she made her TV debut as Laurie Partridge
    $300 13
56 delegates representing 12 colonies attended the 1st meeting of this Sept. 5, 1774
    $300 22
This precious metal has the highest known electrical & thermal conductivity of any metal
    $300 27
This fruit whose Spanish name is granada appears on the city of Granada's coat of arms
    $300 3
The centuries-old phrase "Float or sink" evolved into "Sink or" do this
    $400 9
Rhode Island's Providence River flows into this bay
    DD: $600 20
Of their 7 Top 40 hits, only this song reached No. 1:

"I was sleeping and right in the middle of a good dream / Like all at once I wake up from something that keeps knocking at my brain / Before I go insane..."
    $400 14
In 1932 this N.Y. village hosted the 1st Winter Olympics in the U.S.; Governor F. Roosevelt opened the Games
    $400 23
This metal, symbol Sn, is the principal mineral product of Bolivia
    $400 28
Iraq is a leading producer of this desert fruit that is 75% to 85% sugar when dry
    $400 4
A scheme that's ill-conceived is described as this, which implies it's only 50% cooked
    $500 10
The 13 peaks of the Presidential Range are part of this New Hampshire mountain range
    $500 25
Played by Dave Madden, he was the Partridges' manager
    $500 15
In 1943 this Humperdinck classic became the 1st opera televised in its entirety
    $500 24
The metal known as Wolfram in Germany & other European countries is called this in the United States
    $500 30
The Catawba & Black Corinth are types of this fruit
    $500 5
A small boy is called a "little" one of these, though he probably doesn't use a razor

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

Sandy Dean Anne
$700 $2,300 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sandy Dean Anne
$3,100 $2,900 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1920s
    $200 28
Soon after her introduction in 1924, she went to live with Daddy Warbucks
    $200 16
Cantonese, a dialect of this language, is spoken by about 60 million people
    $200 11
The 1993 British play "Murder Is Easy" was adapted from a 1939 story by this woman
    $200 6
This document issued by Lincoln Jan. 1, 1863 was also signed by Secretary of State William H. Seward
    $200 22
This "tyrant lizard"'s tiny but strong arms ended in 2-fingered hands
    $200 1
Chapter I of this classic begins, "In a certain village in La Mancha, which I do not wish to name..."
    $400 30
Once a 97-pound weakling, he won the "World's Most Perfectly Developed Man" contest in 1922
    $400 17
Of Finnish, Swedish or Norwegian, the one that isn't considered an Indo-European language
    $400 12
Bert Convy, Jack Gilford & Lotte Lenya were in the original cast of this 1966 musical set in Berlin
    $400 7
This head of the Commission on Critical Choices for America was appointed Vice President in 1974
    $400 23
Nobel Prize-winning physicist Luis Alvarez proposed this "smashing" theory about the demise of dinosaurs
    $400 2
This Victor Hugo work is divided into 5 sections, including "Marius" & "Jean Valjean"
    $600 21
Despite evidence that the murders were done by a gang, these 2 Italian-Americans were executed in 1927
    $600 18
The Bulgarian language is written in this alphabet that may have originated in Bulgaria
    $600 13
Herman Wouk adapted his own novel "The Caine Mutiny" for the stage & gave it this slightly longer title
    $600 8
In 1850 this showman promoted Jenny Lind's American tour
    $600 25
Its name indicates it had 2 fewer horns than the Pentaceratops
    $600 3
St. Bernard guides Dante during the final leg of his journey in this epic work
    $800 24
In October 1920 this country's King Alexander died after he was bitten by a pet monkey
    $800 19
Ludwik L. Zamenhof translated the entire Old Testament into this invented language
    $800 14
Pantalone, one of the stock characters in the Commedia dell'arte, was a merchant from this Italian city
    $800 9
The Constitution originally assigned this state the most members in the House with 10
    $800 26
Scientists were surprised when they found impressions of these with the skeleton of the Archaeopteryx
    DD: $800 4
James Joyce intended to write "Ulysses" as a short story for this collection
    DD: $1,000 29
In 1921 he was elected president of the AFL for the 40th time
    $1000 20
The 2 official languages of the International Court of Justice
    $1000 15
Her 1951 play "The Autumn Garden" has been called "a Chekhovian drama"
    $1000 10
In the 1630s America's first Baptist church was established in Providence, Rhode Island by this pastor
    $1000 27
The 2 major groups are distinguished by the way the bones in this part of their bodies fit together
    $1000 5
"Le Temps Retrouve" or "Time Recaptured" is the 7th & last volume of this Marcel Proust masterpiece

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sandy Dean Anne
$4,300 $8,700 $6,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Nahum 1:3 describes these as the dust of God's feet

Final scores:

Sandy Dean Anne
$3,801 $3,700 $1,600
2-day champion: $12,602 2nd place: trip to Scottsdale, Arizona 3rd place: RCA VCR

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sandy Dean Anne
$5,100 $8,700 $6,800
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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Game tape date: 1994-01-10
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