Show #2269 - Thursday, June 16, 1994


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Cleve Callison, a radio station manager from Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Rose Berman, an accountant from Laurel, Maryland

Roger Solberg, a college professor from Edinboro, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
He published "Tom Sawyer Abroad" & declared bankruptcy
    $100 23
His first hit under his own name was "Peggy Sue"
    $100 9
Special equipment used to cook these includes coddlers & poachers
    $100 8
The CO2-O2 exchange in these takes place in a fraction of a second
    $100 1
Falling things in nursery rhymes include a cradle, Humpty Dumpty & this bridge
    $100 6
One may be of duty, of credit or of scrimmage
    $200 17
The Lowell Observatory was established at Flagstaff in this state
    $200 24
On TV he played George Russell, Davy Crockett's partner & pal, long before he played Barnaby Jones
    $200 15
Instructions for cooking the brown or white type of this end by telling you, "fluff with a fork"
    $200 10
Psoriasis affects the skin & cirrhosis affects this organ
    $200 2
Partly from the French for "to descend", it's a falling mass of snow or rock
    $200 7
Change one letter in milk & you're gone from just taking advantage to this word meaning cheat
    $300 20
This female member of the Barrymore clan made her stage debut
    $300 25
He made his Broadway debut when he was 4, billed as Baby Traps the Drum Wonder
    $300 21
It's the special finishing touch that bananas foster & cherries jubilee have in common
    $300 12
Babies, like opera singers, make use of this muscle wall to produce those loud, clear tones
    $300 3
It's the interjection used to warn someone that a tree is falling
    $300 11
All of the other reindeer shouted out Rudolph's name with this
    $400 22
Prince Chlodwig Zu Hohenlohe- Schillingsfurst replaced Caprivi as this country's chancellor
    $400 26
This comedian hosted "You Bet Your Life" after Groucho but before Cosby
    $400 29
Used to cook custards & chocolate, it consists of a pair of stacked saucepans
    $400 18
This 21-foot-long tube contains the crypts of Lieberkuhn, which secrete enzymes
    $400 4
Longfellow wrote, "Into each life" some of this "must fall"
    $400 13
A crow, or a castle in chess
    $500 28
A strike against this rail car company tied up train traffic across the U.S.
    $500 27
He & Mary Pickford were married for 42 years
    $500 30
This broadest of the fresh noodles is layered with cheeses & meat for a popular dish
    DD: $700 19
They connect arterioles with venules
    $500 5
In 1979 President Carter apologized to Australia for the pieces of this that fell on it from space
    $500 14
As a verb it means to scrape; as a noun, it's a coarse file

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

Roger Rose Cleve
$1,500 $600 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Rose Cleve
$4,000 $1,800 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
The name of this city of Jesus' birth is Hebrew for "house of bread"
    $200 11
The shortest commercial flight in the U.S., 20 miles, is between Oshkosh & Appleton in this state
    $200 15
Ice covers much of the surface of this smallest ocean year-round
    $200 17
The practice of placing pebbles in cement to make durable floors led to this art form
    $200 20
Though the first court had just 6 members, the number has been set at this since 1869
    $200 1
This "American Bandstand" host co-wrote "Murder on Tour: A Rock 'n' Roll Mystery"
    $400 5
This sign was given to indicate that God will never again destroy all flesh by a flood
    $400 12
In 1981 President Reagan fired nearly 12,000 of these workers after they called an illegal strike
    $400 22
The Strait of Dover is the easternmost & narrowest part of this waterway
    $400 18
A tatter is a person who makes the handmade type of this
    $400 21
In the robing room, the justices' lockers are arranged in order of this
    $400 2
A mother & daughter are the victims of a brutal murder in his "The Murders in the Rue Morgue"
    $600 6
"In the first year of Belshazzar King of Babylon" this prophet "had a dream and visions"
    $600 13
At just over 800 feet it was the longest rigid airship ever built
    DD: $2,500 23
The Ural & Volga Rivers empty into this sea
    $600 19
Wax is used to repel dye in this fabric-decorating art practiced on Java for centuries
    $600 27
This president's "court-packing" plan of the 1930s died in Congress
    $600 3
Lord Peter Wimsey joins an advertising firm to solve a murder in her "Murder Must Advertise"
    $800 7
David sent this husband of Bathsheba to the front lines of the fighting, where he was killed
    $800 14
In 1991 this airline once headed by Frank Borman ceased operations
    $800 24
The pre-Incan ruin of Tiahuanaco lies near the shore of this highest navigable lake
    $800 26
Jeweler's son whose vases & lampshades have been called "The Epitome of Art Nouveau"
    $800 28
This former president was confirmed as Chief Justice on the same day he was nominated for the job
    $800 8
Before "Lost Horizon", this author wrote "Murder at School" under the pseudonym Glen Trevor
    $1000 10
And he was stoned, "calling upon God, and saying, Lord Jesus, receive my spirit"
    $1000 16
It wasn't until 1964 that Jerrie Mock became the first woman to do this; Wiley Post did it in 1933
    $1000 25
1 of the 2 largest lakes entirely within Canada; they both have "Great" in their names
    DD: $3,000 30
Kind of pottery seen here, named for the European town in which it's made:
    $1000 29
Since the retirement of Justice White, this Minnesotan is the court's longest-serving member
    $1000 9
"Murder By the Book" is one of over 40 Nero Wolfe books by this author

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Rose Cleve
$9,000 $5,200 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Hottinguer, Bellamy & Hauteval, agents of Talleyrand, were called this in a 1798 report to Congress

Final scores:

Roger Rose Cleve
$15,500 $4,900 $0
2-day champion: $20,899 2nd place: trip to Washington, D.C. 3rd place: Sanyo compact laundry system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roger Rose Cleve
$8,800 $5,200 $7,700
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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Game tape date: 1994-02-07
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