Show #2232 - Tuesday, April 26, 1994


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Mark Sydel, a teacher of the deaf originally from Brooklyn, New York

Jack Penca, a lawyer from Colchester, Vermont

Mary Campbell, a teacher from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,405)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
On June 3, 1961 JFK met with this Soviet premier in Vienna 7
    $100 6
Martin Scorsese directed the video for his "Bad" No. 1 single of 1987
    $100 7
Don't use cotton swabs to remove this ear secretion; it may get pushed farther back
    $100 18
Guinness says an African gray one is the world's most talkative bird, with an 800-word vocabulary
    $100 12
If you collect these publications, you may own a few Punishers, Wolverines & X-Men
    $100 17
The French name for this country is Le Maroc
    $200 2
In 1949 Luis Munoz Marin became the first elected governor of this present U.S. commonwealth
    $200 27
In 1979 Rod Stewart asked the question "Da Ya Think I'm" this
    $200 8
This fat-removal procedure now ranks among the most frequently performed plastic surgeries
    $200 19
This popular cage bird is known for its feathered crest
    $200 13
Settin' on the ol' front porch, carvin' a decorative item from a stick of wood
    $200 20
If you want your tea served with this, ask for it "au citron"
    $300 3
On July 8, 1950 this American general was named commander of U.N. forces in Korea
    $300 28
While many Motown artists recorded "I Heard It Through the Grapevine", he took it to No. 1
    $300 9
Adults with no risk factors should have their eyes checked for this pressure disease every 3-5 years
    $300 23
Known as a superb mimic, this bird, whose name is from Hindi, is native to India
    $300 14
Instructions for this preservation hobby say you'll need a heavy book
    $300 21
This type of injury is une piqure d'insecte
    $400 4
This first federal regulatory agency was established in 1887 to oversee railroads
    $400 29
In a 1966 chart-topper by The Lovin' Spoonful, it follows "Hot town..."
    $400 10
In 1993 scientists identified the gene responsible for many cases of this disorder named for a ballplayer
    DD: $800 24
This name for the Australian grass parakeet comes from the Aborigines' word for "pretty bird"
    $400 15
In this type of fishing, the hook is decorated with feathers to make it look like an insect
    $400 22
The French call this kind of attraction un jardin zoologique
    $500 5
This founder of Plymouth Colony was Massachusetts deputy governor in 1664, 1665 & 1677
    $500 30
"It's Only Make Believe" was his only No. 1 pop hit, but he had dozens of No. 1 country records
    $500 11
A severe stroke may result in hemiplegia, which is this
    $500 26
Breeds of this bird include homers, tumblers & pouters
    $500 16
This is decorating items with paper cutouts & adding a clear varnish coat
    $500 25
In France boxing is la boxe & this sport is les courses de chevaux

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

Mary Jack Mark
$1,600 $300 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Jack Mark
$3,400 $800 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
This Irish city famous for its crystal was once a Danish settlement called Vadrefjord
    $200 1
His distress at finding Mary with child was dispelled by an angelic vision, & he took her to wife
    $200 11
When Dustin Hoffman starred as Willy Loman in this play, John Malkovich played his son Biff
    $200 21
This state's 1925 diamond jubilee was commemorated by a half dollar showing the 1849 gold rush
    $200 16
Country in which Pancho Villa, Emiliano Zapata & Leon Trotsky were assassinated
    $200 26
In 1819 she gave birth to Shelley's last child in Florence; they named him Percy Florence
    $400 7
Mount Vesuvius rises from a plain only 9 miles southeast of this port city
    $400 2
In 1958 Pope Pius XII made St. Clare of Assisi patron of this communications medium
    $400 12
"The King and I" is set in & around a palace in this capital city
    $400 22
The Indian head nickel features this animal 2 ways: on a mound or on a plain
    $400 17
Gaetano Bresci traveled from Paterson, N.J. to this country to kill King Umberto I
    $400 27
In Shelley's poem "Julian and Maddalo", Julian represents Shelley & Maddalo is this lord, his friend
    $600 8
It's where the League of Nations met from 1920 to 1946
    $600 4
An ox is the emblem of this physician & gospel author
    $600 13
This existentialist's 1943 play "Les Mouches" is known in English as "The Flies"
    $600 23
In 1946 the U.S. minted over 255 million of these new dimes
    $600 18
Darius III, king of this empire, was killed by his own men as they fled from Alexander the Great
    $600 28
Shelley was expelled from this university in a scandal over a pamphlet called "The Necessity of Atheism"
    $800 9
When Russia took over in 1809, Turku on the Gulf of Bothnia was this country's capital & largest city
    $800 5
Her visions in 1858 later made Lourdes one of Christendom's greatest pilgrim shrines
    $800 14
This "memorable" 1944 play about a Norwegian-American family was based on the book "Mama's Bank Account"
    DD: $1,500 24
A 1926 commemorative half dollar depicted profiles of Washington & this president at the time
    $800 19
Bob Ford shot this outlaw April 3, 1882 & picked up a $10,000 reward
    DD: $1,000 29
Shelley wrote of this ode poet, "His fate and fame shall be an echo and a light unto eternity!"
    $1000 10
Germany's transportation hub, this city on the Main River is home to one of Europe's busiest airports
    $1000 6
Elizabeth Ann Bayley was the maiden name of this first native-born American to be canonized
    $1000 15
Scene 1 of this playwright's "Golden Boy" is set in the Broadway office of a fight manager
    $1000 25
Words from this poem appear on the reverse of the Ellis Island dollar issued in 1986
    $1000 20
Thomas McMahon was convicted after flecks of paint from this earl's boat were found on his clothes
    $1000 30
Shelley penned his poem about this Alpine mountain "in the Vale of Chamouni"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Jack Mark
$7,100 $6,600 $7,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A home built in 1668 at 54 Turner St. in Salem, Massachusetts inspired this 1851 novel

Final scores:

Mary Jack Mark
$14,105 $13,199 $14,201
2nd place: trip to Boston, Massachusetts 3rd place: Samsung LaserDisc player New champion: $14,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mary Jack Mark
$7,400 $6,600 $8,500
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
0 W
22 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,500

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Game tape date: 1994-01-18
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