Show #2271 - Monday, June 20, 1994


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Robert Jeantet, a college teacher from Tallmadge, Ohio

Steve Kitty, an attorney from Warrington, Pennsylvania

Roger Solberg, a college professor from Edinboro, Pennsylvania (whose 3-day cash winnings total $37,299)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Before becoming Connecticut's sole state capital, it served jointly with New Haven
    $100 1
When Margaret Lockwood played this title role onstage in 1957, her teenage daughter Julia played Wendy
    $100 12
This 3 Musketeers maker also owns Uncle Ben's Rice
    $100 6
When exiled to Elba, he said he'd return with the Violets, earning him the nickname "Corp. Violet"
    $100 26
Made in Sweden, Absolut Kurant is this type of liquor flavored with black currants
    $100 17
Holy fish
    $200 8
It's home to football's Broncos & basketball's Nuggets
    $200 2
In her 20s, Rosemary de Camp played 43-year-old James Cagney's mother in this film about George M. Cohan
    $200 22
This automobile firm once used the advertising line "Oh what a feeling!"
    $200 13
This Speaker of the House was known as "Mr. Democrat" as well as "Mr. Sam"
    $200 27
Alemtejo, a cheese from this Iberian country, is made from milk curdled with thistle flowers
    $200 18
Criminal coffee cup photo
    $300 9
The now-extinct Apalachee Indians lived in the region of this present Florida capital
    $300 3
Ellen Corby played Esther, better known as Grandma, on this series set in Virginia
    $300 23
Conair has 52% of the market share of these hand-held appliances
    $300 14
Many people called this Ketchum, Idaho resident "Papa", but we don't know if his 3 sons did
    $300 28
The fugu is a fish prized as a delicacy in this country, even though eating it can be fatal
    $300 19
Senorita Annie's Tomorrow
    $400 10
In an alphabetical listing, this capital comes first
    $400 4
Before playing Daphne Moon on "Frasier", Jane Leeves was Miles Silverberg's girlfriend on this sitcom
    DD: $500 24
The name of this company is derived from the Greek words for "dry" & "writing"
    $400 15
This radio & TV "Talent Scouts" personality liked to call himself "The Old Redhead"
    $400 29
Caudle, a warm drink from this country, is made from ale or wine mixed with gruel
    $400 20
Greek cow's letter
    $500 11
You'll find this state capital at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains
    $500 5
This gap-toothed model played a vampiress in "Once Bitten", which Leonard Maltin described as "pretty anemic"
    $500 25
In 1932 he founded a large cosmetics firm with a $300 investment in a nail enamel company
    $500 16
Famous nickname of Margaretta Fitler Murphy Rockefeller
    $500 30
Orecchioni is a pasta named for its resemblance to these sense organs
    $500 21
Love letter from Hawkeye Pierce

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

Roger Steve Robert
$300 $500 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Steve Robert
$1,500 $200 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
On Jan. 11, 1973 this president ended mandatory wage & price controls
    $200 9
The "screech" type of this bird likes to nest in hollow trees
    $200 7
An angel told this strong man's mother not to drink while she was pregnant; good advice
    $200 24
This sleek worsted fabric used to make suits doesn't come from hammerheads as its name implies
    $200 6
This Welsh poet born Oct. 27, 1914 had a first name that can mean "son of the waves"
    $200 13
Benjamin Franklin Wade would have been president if this man had been impeached & convicted
    $400 2
In 1938 the Mexican government nationalized foreign holdings in this industry now run by Pemex
    $400 20
The females of these "equine" flies sometimes carry diseases such as anthrax
    $400 18
The staff of his spear was like a weaver's beam & its head weighed 600 shekels of iron—that's big!
    $400 25
Rose point, a very fragile type of this delicate fabric, often features floral motifs
    $400 8
With poet Robert Southey, this "Kubla Khan" writer planned to build a Utopian society in Pennsylvania
    $400 14
Benjamin Franklin Butler's troops occupied this La. city May 1, 1862 after Farragut took it
    $600 3
On Jan. 30, 1933 he became Chancellor of Germany
    $600 21
The mugger, known for its broad snout, is an Asian type of this large reptile
    $600 19
In Genesis it's the next construction project described in detail after Noah's Ark
    $600 28
The Sea Island type of this natural fiber may come from the Sea Islands or the West Indies
    $600 10
This English poet's c. 1369 work "The Book of the Duchess" was an elegy on John of Gaunt's first wife
    $600 15
After his first rubber goods business fell flat, he moved to Akron & bounced back
    $800 4
Futurama was General Motors' exhibit at this city's 1939-1940 World's Fair
    $800 22
Named for its habit of drinking sap from trees, the sapsucker is a species of this bird
    $800 26
At the start of the book of Numbers, God told him to take a census
    $800 29
The crepe-back type of this fabric is dull on one side & lustrous on the other
    $800 11
The closing poem in "Lyrical Ballads" was his "lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey"
    $800 16
Benjamin Franklin Stephenson found the G.A.R., this veterans' organization
    DD: $1,300 5
This country withdrew its forces from NATO Command in 1966
    $1000 23
Many mouselike types of this marsupial live in Central & South America
    $1000 27
According to 1 Kings 7, this king employed Hiram of Tyre to create the brasswork for the temple
    DD: $800 30
1 of the 2 leading wool-producing countries in South America
    $1000 12
The line "Hope springs eternal in the human breast" is from his "An Essay on Man"
    $1000 17
Dr. Benjamin Franklin Payton became president of this Alabama university in 1981, its centennial year

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Steve Robert
$7,400 $5,000 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's 70 meters long, powered by electricity, displaces 1500 cubic meters of water & cost 1,687,000 francs

Final scores:

Roger Steve Robert
$10,000 $7,401 $12,400
2nd place: trip to U.S. Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama 3rd place: Gibson refrigerator/freezer + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis New champion: $12,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roger Steve Robert
$7,100 $5,700 $6,200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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Game tape date: 1994-02-08
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