Show #2226 - Monday, April 18, 1994


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Dan Carmody, a law student from Baltimore, Maryland

Ruth Bargy, a writer from Randolph, New York

Kevin Moran, a book publishing executive from Astoria, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Folic acid is necessary for the production of red blood cells in this part of the bones
    $100 2
The first time these were awarded, Chaplin got 2 nominations & a special award for "The Circus"
    $100 11
Pepi I of the Sixth Dynasty was entombed in one of these
    $100 1
Fans of this Massachusetts capital call it the "Hub of the Universe"
    $100 17
This Wisconsin capital is named after the fourth president
    $100 20
It's the number of days in September, April, June or November
    $200 9
Threonine, glycine & leucine are 3 of these "acids" that make up proteins
    $200 8
Marlon Brando & Sophia Loren starred in "A Countess from" this place, Chaplin's last film
    $200 12
One of these usually tops a rotunda
    $200 3
Brigham City in this state is so proud of its peaches that it celebrates Peach Days every year
    $200 18
It's the fourth reindeer mentioned in "A Visit from St. Nicholas"
    $200 24
Having increased to 15 stripes by 1795, the American flag returned to this many in 1818
    $300 10
He formulated his 3 laws of motion in 1687
    $300 14
This Jackie Coogan movie was the first feature-length film that Chaplin wrote & directed
    $300 21
A minaret is the slim tower on one of these
    $300 4
Old Original Bookbinder's, which opened in 1865, is this Pennsylvania city's most famous restaurant
    $300 19
Asia's longest river, it's the world's fourth longest
    $300 26
In their No. 1 hit, ? & the Mysterians wanted you to "Cry, Cry Cry Cry" this many tears
    $400 13
This element has 3 natural isotopes: mass numbers 234, 235 & 238
    $400 15
This "Stone Face" silent screen comedian appeared in Chaplin's 1952 film "Limelight"
    $400 22
It can be a resort hotel or a house used during the hunting season
    $400 5
You'll find the Butler Institute of American Art in this "youthful" Ohio city
    DD: $1,000 27
The fourth-largest island in the Mediterranean, it lies between Italy & France
    $400 29
It's slang for a piano
    $500 25
Shockley, Brattain & Bardeen won a Nobel Prize for this electronic "transfer resistor"
    $500 16
Chaplin falls in love with a blind flower girl in this 1931 release that some consider his best
    $500 23
A hippodrome is used for horse races & a velodrome is used for these races
    $500 6
At 13,161 feet, Wheeler Peak in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains is the highest point in this state
    $500 28
Jeopardy! once featured a category on this Shakespearean play's "Part 2"
    $500 30
In "The Charge of the Light Brigade", it's the number of soldiers who rode "Into the Valley of Death"

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

Kevin Ruth Dan
$1,600 $700 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Ruth Dan
$2,300 $1,400 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
This instrument of death was nicknamed "The Widow"
    $200 3
In 1993 this "French Chef" became the 1st woman inducted into the Culinary Inst. of America's Hall of Fame
    $200 20
The strong, hard wood of the ash tree is used for oars & this piece of baseball equipment
    $200 12
Gustav Vigeland's former studio is now a museum in this Norwegian capital
    $200 25
At the turn of the century, the Eaton Ranch near Sheridan, Wyoming became the 1st of these western vacation resorts
    $200 1
When George S. Kaufman was asked to write one of these for himself, he replied, "Over my dead body!"
    $400 8
On July 14, 1789 the Marquis de Launay, governor of this Paris fortress, was murdered by a crowd
    $400 16
The winningest player in tennis, she announced that 1994, her 22nd year on the tour, will be her last
    $400 21
It is believed that this religious leader received enlightenment under a bodhi or bo tree
    $400 13
Several notable works by the Venetian artist Tintoretto depict this patron saint of Venice
    $400 27
This ranch near Corpus Christi, Texas is about 2/3 the size of Delaware
    $400 2
This "Tom Jones" author's 1736 comedy "Pasquin" satirizes 18th century theatre
    $600 9
Now a garden, this royal residence near the Louvre was stormed twice in 1792
    $600 17
This Kennedy family member founded the Special Olympics & serves as its honorary chairman
    $600 22
The quaking species is the most common type of this tree in North America
    $600 14
Hans Holbein the Younger designed a macabre series of woodcuts called the "Dance of" this
    DD: $1,000 28
The 250,000-acre Parker Ranch in this state is one of the largest U.S. cattle ranches under single ownership
    $600 4
Her first play, "The Children's Hour", premiered in 1934 & ran for 691 performances
    $800 10
In July 1793 this radical was stabbed to death by Girondist sympathizer Charlotte Corday
    $800 18
This TV journalist's father, William Ling, was a diplomat in Chiang Kai-Shek's government
    $800 23
Scientificially speaking, this tropical fruit tree is Mangifera indica
    $800 15
Around 1908 the group known as the Ashcan school rose to prominence in this U.S. metropolis
    $800 29
This ranch that features 10 half-buried automobiles inspired a Bruce Springsteen song
    $800 5
This 19th century Swede married women named Siri, Frida & Harriet, but never a "Miss Julie"
    $1000 11
On June 4, 1794 this Jacobin leader was elected president of the National Convention
    $1000 19
In 1981 & 1983 this future governor was named Woman of the Year by the Texas Women's Political Caucus
    $1000 24
Ascolano, Manzanillo & Mission are commercially important kinds of this tree
    DD: $1,500 26
This Englishman known for his black & white art nouveau drawings was only 25 when he died in 1898
    $1000 30
This 1902 Owen Wister novel is set in Wyoming on Judge Henry's Sunk Creek Ranch
    $1000 6
This author of "Every Man in His Humour" must have been out of humor when he killed a man in a duel in 1598

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Ruth Dan
$8,800 $4,400 $3,800
(lock-tie game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Jennifer Greenway's "A Real Little Bunny" is a sequel to this Margery Williams classic

Final scores:

Kevin Ruth Dan
$8,800 $8,800 $7,600
2-day co-champion: $21,800 New co-champion: $8,800 2nd place: NEC notebook computer + Enviracaire portable air cleaner

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Ruth Dan
$10,300 $4,400 $3,800
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
6 W
14 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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Game tape date: 1994-01-12
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