Show #2223 - Wednesday, April 13, 1994


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Jay Delehanty, an attorney from Washington, D.C.

Bob Sliman, a physician from Canton, Ohio

David Stewart, a songwriter from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give an [*], or rather, you will give us an [*]. Each correct response will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $100 2
In 1867 Nebraska's capital was moved from Omaha to Lancaster, which was renamed this
    $100 13
In 1993 this former U.S. president received Kuwait's highest civilian medal, the Mubarak the Great Award
    $100 26
In the U.S. these are divided by weight & age into categories like broiler, fryer & roaster
    $100 21
It's 1/12 of a foot
    $100 9
This bony supporting structure of animals is from a Greek expression for "dried up"
    $100 1
He sired at least 2 illegitimate children during his marriage to Isabella
    $200 3
This capital of Washington was laid out in 1851 & first called Smithfield
    $200 14
Established in 1976, the Rocky Marciano Award honors outstanding achievement in this sport
    $200 27
The Cajuns of this "Bayou State" relish squirrel meat
    $200 22
yd. is short for yard & rd. is short for this measure
    $200 10
Originally the supervisor of the crown's pleas, this officer now investigates deaths
    $200 4
In 1564 a group of Huguenots built a colony called Fort Caroline in what is now this U.S. state
    $300 5
This Texas city is known for its "artificial moonlight", mercury vapor street lamps atop iron towers
    $300 15
Juno Awards given by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences are equivalent to these U.S. awards
    $300 28
Cured & smoked, a leg of pork becomes this
    $300 23
The torr, a unit of this, is named for Evangelista Torricelli, who invented the barometer
    $300 18
From the Latin for "to wash in hot water", it now means to heat almost to the boiling point
    $300 7
This U.S. president was known as "The American Louis Philippe"
    $400 6
It's nicknamed "The Green Mountain City"
    $400 16
At the Oscars in 1993, this Italian director was given a special Lifetime Achievement Award
    $400 29
Alberto Fujimori should know that guinea pig provides much of the animal protein eaten in this country
    $400 24
The carrying capacity of a large ship is measured in this
    $400 19
Latin for "provided", this clause in a document allows a qualification or restriction
    $400 11
In 1987 Sitiveni Rabuka led a military coup that overthrew the government of this Pacific island country
    DD: $500 8
Settled in 1837, this city was first called Michigan, but was later named for an area in New York state
    $500 17
In May 1992 the Freedom Forum gave its first Free Spirit award to this AP correspondent & former hostage
    $500 30
Type of meat you need to make roti de cheval a la cannelle
    $500 25
This adjective the precedes gallon means the measure is part of the British system
    $500 20
A character in the Nicholas Rowe play "The Fair Penitent" gave us this term for a womanizer
    $500 12
The Rothschilds opened their first bank in the late 1700s, in this city

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

David Bob Jay
$1,500 $700 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Bob Jay
$1,700 $2,500 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
France's Cotentin Peninsula extends northward into this channel
    $200 6
The Liberty Bell tolled the death of this President in December 1799
    $200 18
It's popularly referred to as a hook and ladder
    $200 26
At the end of the ballet "Liebeslieder Walzer", the dancers listen to a song sung in this language
    $200 14
The work of Dutch physicist Hendrik Lorentz influenced this man's special theory of relativity
    $200 7
This poet helped compile "The Scots Musical Museum", an 18th c. collection of Scottish folk songs
    $400 2
The Rhine forms the western border of this 62-square-mile country nestled between Austria & Switzerland
    $400 8
This part of the bell is 3'2" long
    $400 19
Term for the triangular frame at the front of a locomotive that clears the track of obstructions
    $400 27
Yves Saint Laurent designed the costumes for a 1961 ballet based on this Edmond Rostand play
    $400 17
Col. Edward House wasn't part of Wilson's cabinet but did help draw up this treaty at the end of WWI
    $400 10
In 1386 this poet was elected to Parliament as a Knight of the Shire for Kent
    $600 3
Citizens of this European territory in the Far East are called Macanese
    $600 9
It was first cast in 1752 by Thomas Lester's foundry of Whitechapel in this city
    $600 23
It's the national airline of Denmark, Norway & Sweden
    DD: $600 28
Maya Plisetskaya choreographed a 1972 ballet based on this Tolstoy novel & danced the title role herself
    $600 20
T. Dobzhansky wasn't a fly-by-night name in this field of biology, but more of a "fruit fly-by-night"
    DD: $1,500 11
Soon after his 1809 birth, his parents died & he was taken to the Richmond, Va. home of Mr. & Mrs. John Allan
    $800 4
Newfoundland's highest peak, Mount Caubvick, lies on the border with this province to the west
    $800 15
This metal makes up about 2/3 of the bell; the other 1/3 consists mostly of tin & silver
    $800 24
In 1732 America's first regular stagecoach line began service between Amboy & Burlington in this colony
    $800 29
In 1954 Margot Fonteyn played the "avian" title character of this Stravinsky-Fokine ballet
    $800 21
The capital of this Australian island state was named for Robert Hobart
    $800 12
After her death in 1886, this poet's sister Lavinia found her poems & had them published
    $1000 5
When Eritrea became independent on May 24, 1993, this nation lost its border on the Red Sea
    $1000 16
On Jan. 26, 1763 the Liberty Bell was rung to signify the end of this war
    $1000 25
During the 1930s France launched its Normandie luxury liner & England launched these 2 "royal" ones
    $1000 30
Scene 2 of this 1942 ballet features a pas de trois by a roper, a wrangler & a cowgirl
    $1000 22
In the 18th c. Tobias Furneaux became the first explorer to accomplish this...both ways
    $1000 13
This English poet was the inspiration for Shelley's elegy "Adonais"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Bob Jay
$6,600 $7,300 $8,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The pivotal item in a 1992 bestseller, it was written by Darby Shaw

Final scores:

David Bob Jay
$5,700 $300 $3,200
2-day champion: $19,800 3rd place: Vivitar 440PZ camera + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: AST notebook computer + Sergio Valente watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Bob Jay
$5,700 $7,300 $8,900
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
25 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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Game tape date: 1994-01-11
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