Show #2259 - Thursday, June 2, 1994


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Cris Zeak, a substitute teacher from Point Pleasant, New Jersey

Paul Anton, an economist from St. Paul, Minnesota

John Szczepanski, a freelance painter from Buffalo, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
Herald & Times Squares were named after 2 of these publications
    $100 2
Golly! This TV Marine has the same first name as Hosea's harlot wife
    $100 10
This French emperor decreed the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806
    $100 1
Among the first things learned at school are the 3 R's, which are these
    $100 4
The press often used this phrase when referring to Teddy Roosevelt's foreign policy
    $100 20
At midnight "at the foot of the staircase, she stumbled a little and her left slipper slipped off"
    $200 15
It's the home park of Shakespeare in the Park
    $200 5
His father, James Broderick, played the father on the TV series "Family"—that's the gospel truth
    $200 11
The British North America Act of 1867 formed this dominion & divided it into 4 provinces
    $200 6
In "Julius Caesar", Mark Antony asks them to "lend me your ears"
    $200 25
Role played by Burl Ives in the 1958 film "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"
    DD: $500 21
Show on Nick at Nite for which the following was sold as a promotional item:
    $300 17
The origin of this famous line of dancers goes back to 1925 St. Louis
    $300 7
Her career was on a "roll" when she played Jimmie Walker's mother on the TV series "Good Times"
    $300 12
Pope Paul VI's encyclical "Humanae Vitae" reaffirmed Cath. opposition to artificial forms of this
    $300 16
The 3 events that usually make up a triathlon are running, bicycling & this
    $300 26
The Missouri River is often referred to by this nickname
    $300 22
This shoe company caused a revolution when it used the Beatles' "Revolution" in its ads
    $400 18
The Intrepid, one of these ships, has been turned into a sea, air & space museum
    $400 8
This poet's first name was a book of the Old Testament; his last name meant "sixteen ounces"
    $400 13
The Swedish Conventicle Act of 1726 banned meetings of all religious denominations but this one
    $400 29
They're the "Big Three" of U.S. automaking
    $400 27
It was the only "Big" song by the Four Seasons to top the Billboard pop charts
    $400 23
Among the U.S. presidents of the last 70 years, he has the biggest shoe size, a 13C
    $500 19
Avery Fisher Hall is part of this theatre complex
    $500 9
Of Queen Elizabeth II's 3 sons, the one who shares his name with a New Testament fisherman
    $500 14
John Graham Chambers drafted the 12 boxing rules published under the patronage of this marquess in 1867
    $500 30
In the Dumas novel, the 3 Musketeers are Athos, Porthos & this man
    $500 28
Santa Elena Canyon in this Texas national park reaches a depth of more than 1500 feet
    $500 24
In the early 20th century, George Warren Brown's shoe company hired several little people to play him

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

John Paul Cris
$300 $600 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Paul Cris
$2,900 $1,200 $4,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
7 years after serving as Captain Cook's sailing master, he took command of the Bounty
    $200 4
Stanford's original art museum was severely damaged by this 1906 event
    $200 1
Its cycle includes crescent, full, new & quarter phases
    $200 3
"La Esmeralda" was based on this Victor Hugo work
    $200 18
It's the type of bridge you'd most likely see lying across a castle moat
    $200 26
"Official and Confidential" is a controversial book about "The Secret Life of" this FBI director
    $400 14
Banished from Iceland around 980, he became an early explorer of Greenland
    $400 8
The National College of Juvenile Justice is part of this university in Reno
    $400 2
In the water cycle, this force is responsible for precipitation & moving the water to the oceans
    $400 5
While this alleged axe wielder was acquitted in real life, she's hanged in "Fall River Legend"
    $400 22
From its opening in 1937 to 1964, this California bridge was the world's longest suspension bridge
    $400 27
"Ladies of the Court" is a recent book about women in this sport
    $600 15
In October 1522 this conquistador was named Captain General of New Spain
    $600 10
Schools in this city include American University & George Washington University
    $600 19
Sleepwalking occurs primarily in the period of sleep known as non-this
    $600 6
"Fancy Free", a Bernstein-Robbins ballet about 3 sailors, inspired this Broadway musical
    $600 23
The Quebec Railway Bridge over this river is said to be the only major bridge to have collapsed twice
    $600 28
"Attorney for the Damned" is a collection of 13 speeches by this defender of John Scopes
    $800 16
In January 1912 this Englishman became the first to reach the South Pole on foot without sled dogs
    $800 11
Maize & blue are the official colors of the Wolverines, this school's athletic teams
    DD: $1,200 20
Observed for centuries, they seem to have an 11-year cycle & are seats of magnetic fields
    $800 7
She danced in the premiere of her own ballet "Rodeo"
    $800 24
The Sunshine Skyway Bridge spans this Florida bay
    $800 29
Completes the title of Dr. Dean Ornish's bestselling diet book, "Eat More, ..."
    $1000 17
In 1861 this discoverer of Lake Tanganyika wrote a book about Salt Lake City titled "City of the Saints"
    $1000 12
The Amos Tuck School of Business Admin. was founded in 1900 at this Hanover, N.H. university
    $1000 21
Since they're not exactly 24 hours long, your daily rhythms are named this, from Latin for "about daily"
    $1000 9
The Ballets Russes disintegrated soon after the August 19, 1929 death of this impresario
    $1000 25
A suspension bridge over the Tagus River in this country is one of the world's longest
    DD: $1,000 30
The No. 1 bestseller "Healing and the Mind" is a companion book to his 1993 PBS series

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Paul Cris
$7,900 $800 $9,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1912 he organized the Keystone Company

Final scores:

John Paul Cris
$0 $100 $3,000
3rd place: Citizen Supermatrix portable LCD color TV and video monitor 2nd place: trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico New champion: $3,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Paul Cris
$7,600 $2,000 $9,500
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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Game tape date: 1994-02-01
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