Show #2231 - Monday, April 25, 1994


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Mary Campbell, a teacher from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Wayne Turmel, a comedian and writer originally from Vancouver, Canada

John Hunt, a jazz musician from San Francisco, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $37,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Mary Moffat Livingstone accompanied this man, her husband, on his second trip across the Kalahari
    $100 22
"Edelweiss" & "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" are songs featured in this musical
    $100 5
You can bask in the Sun in this state or attend one of its Basque festivals in Elko, Reno or Winnemucca
    $100 13
Half-man & half-serpent Cecrops founded this great city that's still the hub of Greek culture
    $100 10
In 1929 Coke first used the slogan "The pause that" does this
    $100 21
A seamstress could tell you it's the cylinder on which thread is wound
    $200 2
On his fourth voyage to the New World, 1502-04, he was marooned in Jamaica for a year
    $200 23
"Shepherds quake at the sight! Glories stream from heaven afar" are lyrics from this Christmas carol
    $200 7
Waynesboro in this Peach State is the "Bird Dog Capital of the World"
    $200 14
This bird doesn't burn itself up very often-- only about once every 500 years
    $200 11
It's Coke's bestselling lemon-lime drink
    $200 24
A finger, a toe or one of Dian Fossey's gorillas
    $300 3
It's what Magellan was looking for & found, & it was named after him
    $300 28
He became associated with "Inka Dinka Doo" after introducing it in the 1934 film "Palooka"
    $300 8
One ad for this city's witch museum invites you to "experience Mass. hysteria"
    $300 15
The wedding of Pirithous & Hippodamia was ruined by the raucous revelry of these horse-men
    $300 18
For a 1931 Coke calendar, he may have knocked out his artwork on a Saturday evening
    $300 25
It can mean to remove the shell from a shellfish or to peel the husk from corn
    $400 4
In 1746 & 1747 William Moor explored the west coast of this bay looking for the Northwest Passage
    $400 29
This Paul Dresser ballad is also known as "They Called Her Frivolous Sal"
    $400 9
The National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center is in Dubois, Wyoming, near these mountains
    DD: $500 16
In Norse myth a boar named Saehrimnir is always the entree du jour at this banquet hall
    $400 19
This ingredient gives Coca-Cola its color
    $400 26
The papal one is beehive-shaped while the one worn by women at a formal is usually a jeweled circlet
    $500 6
British explorer of Arabia Harry St. John Bridger Philby was the father of this famous spy
    $500 30
This country singer's "I Still Believe In You" was based on a fight he had with his wife
    $500 12
Around 1760 this president's brother Charles built what is now the Rising Sun Tavern in Fredericksburg, Va.
    $500 17
This fierce, multi-headed guard dog can be subdued if you throw him some cake
    $500 20
This Hollywood star who later married the president of Pepsi once appeared in a Coke ad
    $500 27
It's a song or poem lamenting the dead

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

John Wayne Mary
$700 $0 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Wayne Mary
$1,400 $3,300 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1950s
    $200 1
One of North Dakota's major rivers, the Souris, begins & ends in this country
    $200 6
Aristotle referred to it as "liquid silver"
    $200 26
Priscilla of this Massachusetts capital is a popular wedding gown designer
    $200 13
The procedures are based on the rules of this country's parliament
    $200 18
In November 1955 rear admiral Richard E. Byrd was named to head the program concerning this continent
    $200 7
In 1853 she wrote "A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin" to defend the accuracy of the earlier book
    $400 2
Table Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic, forms this South African city's harbor
    $400 9
This radioactive element was discovered in & named for the "Golden State"
    $400 27
Oleg Cassini is best known for the elegant fashions he created for this First Lady
    $400 14
After a meeting is called to order, these are read & approved or corrected
    $400 19
This state added the 99th & 100th members to the U.S. Senate
    $400 8
In this Hemingway novelette, Santiago was once an arm wrestler called "El Campeon"
    $600 3
The tomb of Babar, founder of India's Mogul Empire, is in this capital of Afghanistan
    $600 10
This pair discovered polonium; francium was discovered by someone else
    $600 28
No matter what country you live in, you can wear the French, Cuban or Spanish style of this shoe part
    $600 23
The essential officers are the president & this person; if money is collected, a treasurer is added
    $600 20
On Sept. 8, 1954 the U.S., Australia & 6 other countries formed this mutual defense alliance
    $600 15
Background for Dr. Kennicott in his 1920 novel "Main Street" was supplied by his father, a country doctor
    DD: $2,000 4
When it was this country's capital, Trondheim was known as Nidaros
    $800 11
In the universe, it's second only to hydrogen in abundance & lightness
    $800 29
A sleeve style that's fitted at the bottom & puffed on top is named for this Shakespearean heroine
    $800 24
To raise a question about an apparent violation of procedure, use this phrase
    $800 21
In 1953 Senator McCarthy charged this gov't radio network with sabotaging Eisenhower's foreign policy
    $800 16
His "The Great Stone Face" appeared in the 1851 collection "The Snow Image and Other Twice-Told Tales"
    $1000 5
Large oceangoing vessels can navigate this river as far as Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela
    DD: $1,200 12
The name of this noble gas is from a Greek word for "hidden"
    $1000 30
The name of these long, wide pants implies that they're perfect for lounging in an Italian "palace"
    $1000 25
These regulations describe how an organization is set up & operated
    $1000 22
Truman was living here, not in the White House, when an attempt was made on his life November 1, 1950
    $1000 17
This book by Sherwood Anderson tells 21 tales about the "grotesque" inhabitants of an Ohio town

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Wayne Mary
$5,200 $2,300 $9,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

From 1949 to 1952 she was editor-in-chief for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Final scores:

John Wayne Mary
$1,199 $0 $10,405
2nd place: NCR notebook computer + MCI video phones 3rd place: PolyGram video selection + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis New champion: $10,405

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Wayne Mary
$5,200 $5,400 $9,200
16 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1994-01-18
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