Show #2274 - Thursday, June 23, 1994


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Kathleen Gulley, a systems administrator from New York City, New York

Michael Theobald, a movie story analyst from Los Angeles, California

Elliot Cohen, a researcher from Oakland, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Nixon relaxed our trade embargo with this country 4 days after the U.S. table-tennis team arrived there
    $100 16
In the first final for this Cup in 1900, the U.S. tennis team defeated Great Britain
    $100 1
The Bluegrass Railroad Museum offers 1 1/2-hour train rides through this state
    $100 20
Between 1963 & 1987, this Utah lake more than doubled in size from 1,000 to 2,500 square miles
    $100 17
This ancient Egyptian must have worn linen gloves, because they were found in his tomb in the 1920s
    $100 11
Polite people know that por favor is Spanish for this
    $200 7
World Book called this new passenger rail service "a quasi-governmental corporation"
    $200 27
Janet Lynn won 5 U.S. Championships in this sport, from 1969-1973, but never the world title
    $200 2
You can buy an Advent calendar designed to look like the Art Institute of this Illinois city
    $200 21
This "monstrous" Scottish lake forms part of the Caledonian Canal
    $200 18
In the 1770s it was quite a fad for a Frenchwoman to wear a large toy ship perched atop this
    $200 12
This color is called naranja, & so is the fruit
    $300 8
This country's president Apollo Milton Obote was ousted in a coup by Idi Amin
    $300 28
In June 1993 this team won its 24th Stanley Cup by defeating the L.A. Kings, 4 games to 1
    $300 3
Queen Elizabeth I's virginals are on display at this London museum nicknamed the V & A
    $300 24
This state's two largest lakes are Harry S. Truman and Lake of the Ozarks
    $300 19
Around 1904 Paul Poiret declared these boned waist-cinchers passe & women sighed with relief
    $300 13
Spaniards call this African country Argelia, an anagram of its English name
    $400 9
In March 1971 this Yugoslav president became the 1st Communist leader to meet officially with a pope
    $400 29
In 1977 the NFC's rushing & scoring titles were won by this team's Walter Payton
    $400 4
The Oldest Store museum is one of many old attractions in this city, Florida's oldest
    $400 25
The Niagara River is the major feeder of this, the smallest of the Great Lakes
    $400 22
The screw-back style of these ornamental accessories became popular in the early 20th century
    $400 14
Dolor de cabeza is the Spanish term for this kind of ache
    DD: $700 10
This public radio news & features show debuted on May 3
    $500 30
In 1934 Bobby Jones co-founded this major golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia
    $500 5
The building that houses NYC's Museum of Television and Radio is named for this founder of CBS
    $500 26
This Louisiana lake was named for Louis XIV's marine minister
    $500 23
This designer invented the "Chelsea Look" that was fashionable in the swinging '60s
    $500 15
No tengo nada que declarar, a phrase often heard at the customs office, means this

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

Elliot Michael Kathleen
$800 $2,600 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elliot Michael Kathleen
$2,600 $4,500 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This explorer whose Italian name was Giovanni Caboto was nicknamed "The Great Admiral"
    $200 21
Given on top of a salary, they may include paid vacations & health insurance
    $200 11
On June 5, 1851 a serialization of her "Uncle Tom's Cabin" began in the National Era newspaper
    $200 23
The gulper, an eellike fish, has such huge jaws that it can do this to prey larger than itself
    $200 16
In Chad it's "La Tchadienne"; in Chile, it's "Cancion Nacional de Chile"
    $200 1
You can ride a tram past the "Psycho" house on this California movie studio's back lot tour
    $400 7
Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last surviving signer of this document, died in Baltimore in 1832
    $400 22
Abbreviated NLRB, it investigates unfair labor practices
    $400 12
For blinding Polyphemus, this veteran of the Trojan War had his return to Ithaca delayed
    $400 26
The sargassum fish in the Sargasso Sea look remarkably like this vegetation that's abundant there
    $400 17
The name of this capital of the Dominican Republic once referred to the whole island of Hispaniola
    $400 2
In 1956 this actor was "The Man Who Knew Too Much"; in 1958 he had "Vertigo"
    $600 8
A courtier named Chastelard was hanged after he was found hiding under this Scotswoman's bed
    $600 24
"Maternal" nickname of early 20th century labor activist Mary Harris Jones
    $600 13
"...Five thousand years agone, there were pilgrims walking to the celestial city" is a line from this work
    $600 27
The sea elephant, whose nose may be 15 inches long, is better known as this
    $600 18
A Dutchman would call a person from this country an Oostenrijker
    $600 3
Hitchcock said, "If I made" this fairy tale, "The audience would be looking out for a body in the coach"
    $800 9
Hung-Wu, born a peasant, became the first emperor of this Chinese dynasty in 1368
    DD: $1,500 25
In November 1993 the White House intervened to get this company's flight attendants back to work
    DD: $2,000 14
Stephen Vincent Benet story in which "You couldn't expect fair play from a fellow like this Mr. Scratch"
    $800 28
You're on the "money" if you know that this echinoderm ranges up to 4 inches in diameter
    $800 19
Vaduz is the capital of this European principality known for its high standard of living
    $800 4
We suspect you know she won an Oscar for "Suspicion"; she starred in Hitchcock's "Rebecca", too
    $1000 10
In 1919 Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma married this small country's ruler, Grand Duchess Charlotte
    $1000 30
Under the USA's new family leave law, an eligible employee can take off a maximum of this many weeks for childbirth
    $1000 15
The 1951 edition of his "Absalom, Absalom!" came with a map of Yoknapatawpha County
    $1000 29
This primitive fish, once believed extinct, may weigh up to 160 pounds
    $1000 20
The city of Jakarta is located on the northwest coast of this island
    $1000 5
Christian Dior designed the glamorous costumes worn by this German sex goddess in "Stage Fright"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elliot Michael Kathleen
$7,800 $7,400 $7,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

4 sons of the founder of this kingdom have served as its king; 1 reigns now

Final scores:

Elliot Michael Kathleen
$15,301 $1 $199
2-day champion: $31,901 3rd place: Krups kitchen appliance package 2nd place: Lane Venture wicker sleigh bed + Lane Venture vanity & bench

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Elliot Michael Kathleen
$7,800 $8,700 $6,300
15 R,
0 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,800

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Game tape date: 1994-02-08
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