Show #2257 - Tuesday, May 31, 1994


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Cheryl Mikuly, a teacher from Ramstein Air Base in Germany

Steve Berlin, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois

Dave Maley, a public relations specialist from Ithaca, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
In 399 B.C., Meletus prosecuted this famous philosopher & the trial lasted 1 day
    $100 1
In 1948 this Marionette ran for president of all the kids in the United States
    $100 14
It's the customary color of a baby's christening dress
    $100 2
This tube, which is only about 4 1/2" long, ends in the chest, where it divides into 2 bronchi
    $100 9
Le Monde was founded in 1944 in this city with the help of Charles de Gaulle
    $100 16
The sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens said insanity is "to art what" this pungent bulb "is to salad"
    $200 6
The sacrifice of an animal was required before consulting this at the Temple of Delphi
    $200 3
Of "Ben Casey", "Dr. Kildare" or "House Calls", the one not based on a movie
    $200 24
For a large formal luncheon, these are often folded like handkerchiefs
    $200 20
These bundles of tissue, numbering more than 600, make up about half your body weight
    $200 10
In 1791 George Roulstone established this state's first newspaper, the Knoxville Gazette
    $200 17
Benjamin Franklin said, "If you would know the value of" this, "go and try to borrow some"
    $300 15
Military state that conquered Laconia & Messenia
    $300 5
The original title for this private eye series was "Gunn for Hire"
    $300 28
Miss Manners says, "Thinking people... put the lemon in the cup" before pouring this hot beverage
    $300 21
The duodenum, jejunum & ileum are the 3 main sections of this
    $300 11
The Knight-Ridder newspaper group is headquartered in the same building as this Miami newspaper which it owns
    $300 25
It's been described as "an animal that ruined its shape trying to get through the eye of a needle"
    $400 18
A young nobleman named Pausanias assassinated this father of Alexander the Great
    $400 7
Agnes Moorehead was nominated for 6 Emmys for this role, Samantha's mother on "Bewitched"
    $400 29
This man makes the first toast at a wedding reception & helps the groom pack for the honeymoon
    $400 22
This rounded part of the foot is formed by the heads of the metatarsal bones
    $400 12
Newspapers in Oakland, Tampa & Chicago share this name
    $400 26
This wild-haired comedienne advised, "Never go to bed mad. Stay up and fight"
    $500 19
Sometimes called Salonika today, 2,000 years ago it had this longer name
    $500 8
After 4 years of going steady, this character finally married schoolteacher Helen Crump in 1968
    $500 30
It's traditional for a debutante to give the first dance at her debut to this person
    $500 23
Just below the jawbone, you can feel the pulse of this artery that runs up through the neck
    DD: $500 13
It's Missouri's largest newspaper
    $500 27
Raymond Chandler described it as "a big hard-boiled city with no more personality than a paper cup"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Dave Steve Cheryl
$1,300 -$300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Steve Cheryl
$2,600 $1,400 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Among countries claiming land on this southernmost continent were Argentina & the U.K.
    $200 1
Millions of people in this country's state of Rajasthan speak the Rajasthani language
    $200 6
A collection of hangers-on called "The Factory" actually produced much of his pop art
    $200 11
As VP, George Bush broke ties in the Senate 7 times; this successor, never
    $200 22
Cape York Peninsula, this country's northernmost extension, is in the state of Queensland
    $200 21
Comic plays called kyogen originated in this country as a contrast to the serious noh dramas
    $400 17
On April 18 this famous aviator was summoned back to active duty in the U.S. Army Air Corps
    $400 2
Petronius wrote his "Satyricon" in a vernacular form of this ancient language
    $400 7
Breaking both legs as a child caused this artist's stunted stature
    $400 12
The first of these rejected by the Senate was one with Columbia about the slave trade in 1825
    $400 24
Parts of Belize, Guatemala & Mexico occupy this peninsula
    $400 23
The "Rhesus", a Greek tragedy whose authorship is in doubt, is based on the tenth book of this Homeric work
    $600 18
The U.S. recognized his government in Spain & lifted the arms embargo
    $600 3
Most of the people in Liechtenstein speak an Alemannic dialect of this language
    $600 8
As his name indicates, Paolo Veronese was born in this Italian city around 1528
    $600 13
A function of this committee is to recommend to the Senate whether to confirm Supreme Court nominees
    $600 25
The Red Sea & the Gulf of Aden separate this peninsula from Africa to the west
    $600 28
The first play presented at the Eisenhower Theatre in this complex was a 1971 revival of "A Doll's House"
    $800 19
New Pope Pius XII appointed this Boston Bishop Archbishop of New York
    $800 4
Chakma is also spoken in this country but the official language is Bengali
    $800 9
Whistler's "Peacock Room" now resides in this U.S. city's Freer Gallery
    DD: $500 14
Dan Rostenkowski succeeded Al Ullman as chairman of this powerful House committee in 1981
    $800 26
This Southeast Asian peninsula is known for the wealth of its tin mines
    $800 29
In 1901 this playwright married Olga Knipper, the first actress to play Yelena in his "Uncle Vanya"
    $1000 20
Hot dog! He was appointed to the Supreme Court in January
    $1000 5
Papiamento is a Creole language spoken widely on this island, the largest in the Netherlands Antilles
    DD: $1,000 10
This creator of "Nude Descending a Staircase" devoted the last 40 years of his life largely to chess
    $1000 15
This Wisconsin Progressive senator gave one of the longest individual filibusters, 18 hours, 43 minutes
    $1000 27
This Turkish peninsula separates the Aegean Sea from the Dardanelles
    $1000 30
Christopher Marlowe wrote all of his plays during the reign of this English queen

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Steve Cheryl
$6,800 $3,500 $6,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Her last book "A Garland For Girls" was completed shortly before her death in 1888

Final scores:

Dave Steve Cheryl
$12,201 $3,500 $1
3-day champion: $35,401 2nd place: trip on TWA to San Juan, Puerto Ricl & stay at Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: Helbros his & hers watches + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Steve Cheryl
$7,800 $3,800 $6,100
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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Game tape date: 1994-02-01
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