Show #2249 - Thursday, May 19, 1994


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Pat Allen, a bartender and antiques dealer from Norco, California

Don Terlinden, a computer graphic artist from Long Beach, California

Mark Bartos, a landscape designer originally from McHenry, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,602)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
Indians first hunted them by driving them over cliffs, then by bow & arrow, then by gun on horseback
    $100 12
4 years after singing "Mack The Knife", he received an Oscar nomination for "Captain Newman, M.D."
    $100 9
The Orloff, one of these gems, was stolen from the eye of a Hindu idol & later given to Catherine the Great
    $100 1
The hadrosaurus is described as having this kind of bill, like a platypus
    $100 3
At one of these get-togethers, the honoree is humorously defamed by the invited speakers
    $100 6
Gohan & raisu are 2 terms for this boiled grain
    $200 18
Some ranchers today use liquid nitrogen to "freeze" these; in the Old West a hot iron burned them in
    $200 14
This actress who played Cher's daughter in "Mermaids" was named for her birthplace of Winona, Minn.
    $200 13
Beads & pendants made of this fossilized resin may contain the remains of ancient insects
    $200 2
Of the Triceratops, Diplodocus or Stegosaurus, the one noted for its long neck
    $200 4
It's the party after a wedding ceremony
    $200 7
If visiting Japan, it's best to know how to eat with these, o-hashi in Japanese
    $300 19
This phrase for an abandoned mining community seems to be a 20th century invention
    $300 28
Movie roles played by this actor include Ratso Rizzo, Carl Bernstein & Lenny Bruce
    $300 20
The 117-carat "Midnight Star" in the American Museum of Natural History is one of these gems
    DD: $500 5
No one knew that dinosaurs had existed until this century
    $300 25
They're the young women making a formal entrance into society at a coming-out party
    $300 8
This word for a dwarf tree has been adopted into English
    $400 23
Wars were fought over who would put a "home" on this open area used for grazing
    $400 29
Warner Oland & Sidney Toler made their last film appearances playing this character
    $400 21
It's the variety of opal named for its orange-red color
    $400 15
The Sinosaurus is so-named because it was discovered in this country
    $400 26
This gathering to communicate with the dear departed is a "medium"-sized event
    $400 10
Shimbun is this type of publication
    $500 24
The amount of this rodent's fur in a Stetson was indicated by an x number, 20x being 100%
    $500 30
This actress first appeared in "The Petty Girl" in 1950, 13 years before starring in "The Birds"
    $500 22
Yellow or brownish quartz is sometimes sold as a substitute for this birthstone
    $500 16
This fierce predator whose name means "quick plunderer" is featured in "Jurassic Park"
    $500 27
The box in a box social contains this
    $500 11
Igirisu is this European country

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

Mark Don Pat
$1,700 $800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Don Pat
$3,900 $1,700 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
This capital is located on the Salt River in the central part of Arizona
    $200 1
Francois Duvalier ruled this country with the help of the Tonton Macoutes, a secret police force
    $200 21
The university of this capital city is the principal university of Finland
    $200 13
The World Bank is an agency of this body
    $200 6
Haggamuggie, which is made with fish liver, is a variation of this Scottish dish
    $200 22
"Kangaroo", a novel by D.H. Lawrence, was based on a visit he made to this country
    $400 9
After going over to the British, Benedict Arnold captured this Virginia capital in 1781
    $400 2
The cornerstone of its 154-foot-high pedestal was laid Aug. 5, 1884
    $400 23
Henry VII's mother, Lady Margaret Beaufort, founded St. John's College at this university in 1511
    $400 14
The 4-H Clubs work with this cabinet department
    $400 8
Moroccans like to add saffron to this semolina dish that's extremely popular in north Africa
    $400 28
Edward Fitzgerald is best known for translating the quatrains or "Rubaiyat" of this poet
    $600 10
This Southwestern city has airports named for Wiley Post & Will Rogers
    $600 3
At the time King John ruled England, this man was organizing the Mongols in Asia
    $600 24
This cardinal had the Sorbonne rebuilt in the 1600s & is buried in its chapel
    $600 15
Founded in 1960, its original members include Iran, Iraq & Venezuela
    $600 18
Linzertorte is a rich dessert named for the city of Linz in this country
    DD: $1,000 29
In English Kafka's unfinished novel "Der Prozess" is called this
    $800 11
This city's Daily News is Maine's largest daily newspaper
    $800 4
This ruler created a dual monarchy in 1867 & joined a Triple Alliance in 1882
    DD: $1,000 25
Colonial clergyman Increase Mather was its president 1685-1701
    $800 16
It's the mountain range for which John Muir set up a preservation organization
    $800 19
The Swedish limpa type of this is made from rye flour & flavored with orange peel
    $800 30
His "Piazza Tales", published in 1856, includes the story of "Bartleby the Scrivener"
    $1000 12
Since the 1880s cigar making has been a part of this 3rd-largest Florida city's economy
    $1000 5
We know about Hittite history from clay tablets, some written in hieroglyphics & some in this
    $1000 26
This country's 3 major universities are located at Kisangani, Lubumbashi & Kinshasa
    $1000 17
This sport's association has its headquarters in Winter Haven, Florida
    $1000 20
This cheese named for a village in Huntingdonshire is ripened with penicillium roqueforti mold
    $1000 27
"A Modern Comedy" was this author's second series of novels about the Forsytes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Don Pat
$7,900 $1,900 $5,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1785 he became America's first minister to England

Final scores:

Mark Don Pat
$5,199 $3,700 $8,800
2nd place: trip to The Bahamas 3rd place: Retrroneu stainless steel flatware set New champion: $8,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Don Pat
$8,500 $1,900 $5,300
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W
20 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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Game tape date: 1994-01-19
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