Show #2248 - Wednesday, May 18, 1994


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Rosemary Demko, a gardening business owner from Sparrow Bush, New York

John Raymond, an economic development coordinator from Claremont, California

Mark Bartos, a landscape designer originally from McHenry, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
Liu Shao-Chi was elected to succeed him as chairman of the People's Republic of China
    $100 17
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards wrote all of the songs on this group's 1966 LP "Aftermath"
    $100 1
Traditionally, Boston baked beans & Boston brown bread are flavored with this syrup
    $100 6
A feature of the Champs-de-Mars Park in Paris is this 984-foot-tall landmark
    $100 8
Kazakh is the official language of this country that was once part of the Soviet Union
    $100 26
"How many a man has dated a new era in his life from the reading of a book", he pondered at Walden Pond
    $200 22
On January 1 Fulgencio Batista, dictator of this country, was overthrown
    $200 18
In 1962 this group led by Gerry Marsden was signed by the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein
    $200 2
Scaloppine generally refers to small, thin slices of this meat
    $200 7
Palisades Interstate Park lies in New Jersey & New York along the west bank of this river
    $200 12
It's the Italian name for the Italian language
    $200 27
Ambrose Bierce called this "a word invented by the poets as a rhyme for 'bliss'"
    $300 23
Then Japanese crown prince, he married commoner Michiko Shoda in Tokyo in April
    $300 16
Until Eric Burdon joined this group in 1962, it was known as the Alan Price Combo
    $300 3
In huevos rancheros, huevos are these
    $300 9
This state's only national park is Jean Lafitte National Historical Park & Preserve
    $300 13
A Honduran could tell you that Honduras means "great depths" in this language
    $300 28
"Camelot" lyricist who said, "Coughing in the theatre is not a respiratory ailment. It is a criticism"
    $400 24
He retained his U.S. chess crown at the age of 15
    $400 19
Although they didn't actually play on most of their records, they did play on "I'm Henry VIII, I Am"
    $400 4
The bluepoint type of this shellfish is among the best for eating on the half shell
    $400 10
Caribou roam Pukaskwa National Park on Lake Superior in this Canadian province
    $400 14
Maghribi, a dialect of this language, is spoken in North Africa
    $400 29
1930s sex symbol who said, "Too much of a good thing can be wonderful"
    $500 25
This British ballerina was arrested in Panama in connection with an alleged plot by her husband
    $500 21
"A World Without Love" & "Nobody I Know", hits for this duo, were written by John Lennon & Paul McCartney
    $500 5
Produced in Oregon, Tillamook is a variety of this cheese
    DD: $500 11
This president's Elkhorn Ranch is included in the North Dakota national park named for him
    $500 15
Samnorsk is a proposed blend of Bokmal & Nynorsk, 2 forms of this Scandinavian language
    $500 30
Tennyson called it "a maniac scattering dust"—don't waste it

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

Mark John Rosemary
$600 -$500 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark John Rosemary
$2,700 $800 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 25
Otoplasty is plastic surgery on this part of the body
    $200 10
The Comstock Lode was a lode of this metal
    $200 21
Saul said to David, "Thou art not able to go against" this giant "for thou art but a youth"
    $200 11
Appropriately, "RN" was the title of his 1978 Presidential memoirs
    $200 1
Part of this European capital is built on the hills of Buda, which sweep down to the Danube River
    $200 2
Coleridge said, "To see" Edmund Kean "act is like reading" this bard "by flashes of lightning"
    $400 26
Heartgard-30 is the leading preventive medicine for heartworm disease in these animals
    $400 13
This invention of the 1790s turned the Deep South into a one-crop economy in the 19th century
    $400 22
It's the book abbreviated Ps.
    $400 12
In "The Flood from Heaven", Eberhard Zangger ties this lost continent to the city of Troy
    $400 6
This city's Royal Naval College buildings were designed for Greenwich Hospital in the 1690s
    $400 3
This Barrymore said, "My only regret in the theatre is that I could never sit out front and watch me"
    $600 28
Hemolytic anemia is caused by the premature destruction of these blood cells
    $600 17
This punishment was outlawed in the U.S. Navy September 28, 1850
    $600 23
The name of this Babylonian king means "Nebo, protect the boundary"
    $600 14
With Ann Druyan, this astronomer traces the history of life in "Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors"
    $600 7
It's the capital of a country as well as the capital of a canton
    $600 4
Stage name of the actress born Eleanor Gwyn, who was a mistress of King Charles II
    $800 29
This inflammation disorder, also known as LD, is named for a Connecticut town, not a citrus fruit
    $800 18
Between 1846 & 1848 the U.S. was at war with this country
    $800 24
Of earrings, bracelets or necklaces, what Aaron used to fashion the golden calf
    $800 15
1992's "Every Living Thing" was this veterinarian's 1st new book of memoirs in over a decade
    $800 8
A top tourist site in this capital of Ukraine is the Vladimir Monument overlooking the Dnepr River
    $800 5
His last performance was in "The Apostate" on March 18, 1865 in Ford's Theatre
    $1000 30
Soldiers who march a lot are susceptible to march fractures, which affect these long bones in the feet
    DD: $2,000 19
After Dorr's rebellion in 1842, this 13th state got a new constitution
    $1000 27
Unlike Ruth, her other daughter-in-law Orpah returned to her people after her husband's death
    $1000 16
This CBS news journalist's "A Life on the Road" was a bestseller in 1990
    DD: $1,000 9
This capital 40 miles northeast of Jerusalem has been rebuilt by the Egyptians, Romans & Ottomans
    $1000 20
Guinness calls this late pair "the American theatre's most famous married couple"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark John Rosemary
$4,100 $5,000 $6,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On his death, April 27, 1882, the church bells of Concord, Mass. tolled 79 times in his memory

Final scores:

Mark John Rosemary
$3,801 $1,799 $3,400
2-day champion: $16,602 3rd place: Sanyo cordless telephone answering system + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: Gibson 3-piece kitchen + Regal Flavorite kitchen cooking system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark John Rosemary
$4,100 $5,000 $8,900
23 R,
7 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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Game tape date: 1994-01-19
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