Show #2235 - Friday, April 29, 1994


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Chris Goheen, a chemical engineer originally from Champaign, Illinois

Paul Volpe, a clerk from Buffalo, New York

Liz Fersch, an electronics technician from Congers, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,395)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
In 1975 the Khmer Rouge took control of this country
    $100 8
Of the buildings depicted on the logo of the Seattle Supersonics, this one is the tallest
    $100 2
In 1826 Leatherstocking Tale author James Cooper adopted this middle name
    $100 26
The English National Ballet was once known as this capital city's Festival Ballet
    $100 1
Your hostess probably won't make you bob for these unless you're at a Halloween party
    $100 17
In 1958 Chuck Berry sang about this "Sweet Little" number
    $200 4
In July 1944 Col. Stauffenberg attempted to assassinate this dictator with a bomb
    $200 9
This heavenly item is depicted on the logo of the California Angels
    $200 13
Country singer Troyal Brooks uses this middle name as his first
    $200 27
The name of this ballet position is a French word derived from Italian for "in Arabian Fashion"
    $200 22
Because caviar is so perishable, it's often served in a container that's embedded in this
    $200 18
Number of states in New England, or the number of "Brady Bunch" children
    $300 5
The Organization of American States was founded at a 1948 conference in this Colombian capital
    $300 10
The NBA's Charlotte team has a basketball & this insect on its logo
    $300 14
This woman who "took an ax and gave her mother forty whacks" had the middle name of Andrew
    $300 28
The ballet "Lady from the Sea" is based on an 1888 play by this Norwegian
    $300 23
The fish house type of this party drink served in a bowl sometimes contains strong tea
    $300 19
This number is the symbol for the end of a newspaper story
    $400 6
The Janata was the alliance of political parties formed to defeat this Indian PM in 1977
    $400 11
National Hockey League team whose logo features a crown
    $400 15
Though they were born on Dec. 26, not February 14, Steve Allen & Henry Miller shared this middle name
    $400 29
This Cubist created the curtain, scenery & costumes for Jean Cocteau & Leonide Massine's ballet "Parade"
    $400 24
Rumaki wouldn't be rumaki without these poultry organs
    $400 20
This 1963 Fellini movie won Oscars for Best Costume Design & Best Foreign Language Film
    $500 7
In 1982 Donald P. Hodel replaced James Edwards as secretary of this cabinet department
    $500 12
It's the only NFL team represented by a creature that lives in the sea
    DD: $800 16
Walter Mondale's nickname "Fritz" refers to this middle name
    $500 30
Nilas Martins is a principal dancer with this ballet company; his father Peter is its ballet master-in-chief
    $500 25
This hot drink is named for 2 characters in a 19th century novel, not for a cartoon cat & mouse
    $500 21
It's the highest number on a standard international dart board

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

Liz Paul Chris
$600 $700 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Paul Chris
$2,400 $1,900 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
In 1992 the U.N. began airlifting food & medicine into this capital of Bosnia & Hercegovina
    $200 7
The Louisiana State Museum is housed partly in several buildings in this city's French Quarter
    $200 26
It completes the phrase repeated in the Gospels, "Thou shalt love thy neighbor..."
    $200 2
"Mr. Saturday Night" was the first film he directed; he starred in it, too
    $200 1
The poet who wrote, "I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference"
    $200 21
A person presents heavy odds when he says, "I'll lay dollars to" these
    $400 13
In 1981 she became the first woman to head the U.S. delegation to the U.N.
    $400 17
Mount Clare, the USA's first railway station, is now a museum devoted to this Maryland railroad
    $400 27
In Romans 12:21 he wrote, "Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good"
    $400 3
As an actor, this silent film director sometimes used the stage name Lawrence Griffith
    $400 8
"The Wild Knight and Other Poems" was the first volume of verse by this creator of Father Brown
    $400 22
Originally cast in London, it came to America in 1752 & has been recast twice
    $600 14
In the U.S. donations are gathered each Halloween to support this U.N. agency
    $600 18
The Bavarian National Museum in this city is known for its Krippenschau collection of nativity scenes
    $600 28
Jesus said to this tree, "let no fruit grow on thee henceforward for ever", & it withered away
    $600 4
Billy Wilder & Otto Preminger were born in this Austrian city in 1906
    DD: $2,000 9
The poet who told us, "Smoke and blood is the mix of steel"
    $600 23
This faraway place was the cultural center of the Mali Empire
    $800 15
The preamble to the U.N. Charter was written by Jan Christiaan Smuts of this country
    $800 19
Exhibits on space exploration can be found at a Copenhagen Planetarium named for this astronomer
    DD: $500 29
This Old Testament book is named for the great-grandmother of King David
    $800 5
This director of "All That Jazz" played a college student in the 1953 film "The Affairs of Dobie Gillis"
    $800 10
The "Greek Anthology" inspired him to write "Spoon River Anthology"
    $800 24
This animal's name has also been applied to numbats, pangolins & echidnas because of their diets
    $1000 16
The Pacific's Republic of Palau, the U.N.'s last trust territory, is administered by this country
    $1000 20
This Florentine museum has a Botticelli room containing "The Birth of Venus" & many of his other works
    $1000 30
One of the Beatitudes says, "Blessed are" these people, "for they shall be called the children of God"
    $1000 6
This French director was Jane Fonda's first husband
    $1000 11
The wealthy but suicidal Richard Cory is one of this poet's memorable title characters
    $1000 25
The Sanskrit mantra "om mani padme hum" means "Ah! The jewel is indeed in" this flower

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Paul Chris
$4,400 $5,900 $12,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At 21, she was the youngest wife of a sitting president

Final scores:

Liz Paul Chris
$400 $1,000 $11,900
3rd place: Lucien Piccard his & hers watches + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City New champion: $11,900

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Liz Paul Chris
$3,000 $5,900 $13,700
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R,
2 W
29 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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Game tape date: 1994-01-18
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