Show #2229 - Thursday, April 21, 1994


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Rich Pearlman, a public relations consultant from Berkeley, California

Jake Fetters, a biochemistry student from Salinas, California

John Hunt, a jazz musician from San Francisco, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Around 1610 he discovered the Moon had craters & "seas"
    $100 16
If you play the board game based on this series, you might have to imitate Ricky singing "Babalu"
    $100 1
This holiday is Kerstmis
    $100 18
This container for the tablets of the law was kept at Abinadab's house for 20 years
    $100 14
Shoe fastener in the rhyme that begins, "One, two"
    $100 9
First clue there is this flag
    $200 3
Telescopes using a front lens to collect light are refracting; ones using a rear mirror are this type
    $200 17
Francis Ford Coppola's film of this novel begat a coffin-shaped lipstick holder
    $200 5
Middernacht is this time of day
    $200 19
He expressed remorse after betraying Jesus & hanged himself
    $200 15
These square, hexagonal or round threaded pieces fit over the end of bolts
    $200 10
Next one for you; take a look
    $300 4
Earth-based observations in 1977 discovered these around Uranus
    $300 25
The official tribble inspired by this TV series purrs when you pet it & squeals when it's squeezed
    $300 8
Something that is streng verboden is "strictly" this
    $300 20
St. Paul shares the feast day of June 29 with this apostle
    $300 28
These shank-backed fasteners go through the front of tux shirts
    $300 11
Here's an easy one
    $400 6
A mnemonic for this is "My very educated mother just sent us nine pizzas"
    $400 26
If you dream of genie boxer shorts, you could wear the ones inspired by this Disney film
    $400 21
When driving in the Netherlands, it's good to know that one of these is het benzinestation
    $400 22
This son of Abraham & Sarah had just 1 wife & no concubines
    DD: $500 29
Its name is from the French velours croche
    $400 12
This should be easy as well
    $500 7
The center of this galaxy lies in the direction of the constellation Sagittarius
    $500 27
This 1992 Robert Redford film spawned a knife engraved with a fishing scene & the movie's title
    $500 24
De kool is cabbage & this vegetable is de bloemkool
    $500 23
This third son of Adam & Eve was the ancestor of Methuselah
    $500 30
This famous pair consists of a curved metal device that fits through a loop
    $500 13
Last flag in the category

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

John Jake Rich
$1,000 $100 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Jake Rich
$2,900 $200 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
Peter I, czar of this country from 1682, became emperor of it in 1721
    $200 1
Poor hygiene or tight-fitting shoes can cause this to become ingrown
    $200 30
Each October Circleville has a 4-day festival honoring this gourd
    $200 11
In 1993 after nearly 100 years this retailing giant discontinued its famous catalogue
    $200 12
This "Lullaby" composer based "A German Requiem" on Biblical texts rather than the requiem mass
    $200 25
Ezra Pound referred to him as "Rudyard the Dud Yard"
    $400 6
He was the adoptive son & heir of his great-uncle Julius Caesar
    $400 2
This term for decompression sickness may refer to its causing a diver to double over in pain
    $400 24
A sheaf of this grain on the state seal represents Ohio's abundant resources
    $400 15
This company nicknamed "Big Blue" was in the big red for 1992 with a loss of $4.97 billion
    $400 13
He composed his ballet "Swan Lake" while teaching at the Moscow Conservatory of Music
    $400 29
Oscar Wilde said this "Pygmalion" author "hasn't an enemy in the world, and none of his friends like him"
    $600 7
In 1804 Jean-Jacques Dessalines became Emperor Jacques I of this West Indies country
    $600 3
Alcohol & hydrogen peroxide are among this class of substances used to destroy germs
    DD: $3,000 23
Under an Ordinance of 1787, Ohio was governed as a part of this territory
    $600 16
This Japanese electronics co. is named for a mechanical pencil, if you get my "point"
    $600 14
He dedicated his third symphony, the "Eroica", to his patron Prince Lobkowitz
    $600 28
He said to James Boswell, "You have but two topics, yourself and me. I am sick of both"
    $800 9
In 1928 he took the title of Negus or King of Ethiopia; in 1930 he became emperor
    $800 4
The most common symptom of this disease is trismus, or difficulty in opening the mouth
    $800 21
In the 1880s Edward Libbey & Michael Owens introduced glassmaking to this port on western Lake Erie
    $800 17
During prohibition, this Colorado-based brewery survived by making near beer & malted milk
    $800 18
This "Creation" composer's wife used his manuscripts to line pastry pans
    DD: $2,500 26
Alexander Woollcott called this Round Table wit a combination "of Little Nell and Lady Macbeth"
    $1000 10
Alexius I Comnenus ruled this empire, based in what's now Istanbul, from 1081 to 1118
    $1000 8
Artificial kidney is another name for the machine that performs this procedure
    $1000 22
The world's largest military aviation museum is located at this Dayton Air Force base
    $1000 20
In 1887 William Bristol joined forces with this college friend to build one of America's largest drug companies
    $1000 19
His opera "Prince Igor" was completed after his death by Rimsky-Korsakov & Alexsander Glazunov
    $1000 27
William Dean Howells called this Missouri-born humorist "The Lincoln of Literature"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Jake Rich
$7,100 $6,600 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Century of Progress Exposition in 1933 marked the 100th anniversary of this city

Final scores:

John Jake Rich
$13,201 $13,000 $9,000
2-day champion: $24,601 2nd place: Singer bedroom set + Technics stereo system 3rd place: Gibson Big Food freezer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Jake Rich
$7,600 $4,200 $7,300
21 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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Game tape date: 1994-01-12
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