Show #2279 - Thursday, June 30, 1994


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Dave Smith, a political analyst from Arlington, Virginia

Lori MacWilliam, an attorney from Clinton, New Jersey

Michael Bowen, an accountant from Monroe, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1950s
    $100 11
The new constitution creating this nation's Fifth Republic was approved Sept. 28, 1958
    $100 2
She ripped her see-through pants on her way to the podium when she won an Oscar for "Funny Girl"
    $100 21
Among the items seen on this country's coat of arms are 4 red maple leaves, 6 fleurs-de-lis & the Union Jack
    $100 1
Navigator Martin Pinzon commanded the Pinta on this explorer's first voyage to the New World
    $100 26
Rome's Palazetto Dello Sport was completed for this 1960 event
    $100 16
Shutterbug is slang for this, especially an amateur one
    $200 12
In 1958 this armed service moved its academy to a permanent site near Colorado Springs
    $200 3
This Grammy winner's initials stand for Kathy Dawn
    $200 22
The coat of arms of this neutral country resembles its flag, a white cross on a red background
    $200 7
George Cormack of the Washburn Crosby Co. developed this "Breakfast of Champions"
    $200 27
With a capacity of 240,000, the Strahov Stadium in this Czech capital is the world's largest
    $200 17
It's another term for a state or federal prison
    $300 13
On March 1, 1959 Archbishop Makarios returned from exile to this island
    $300 4
Melissa Manchester appears as Mayim Bialik's mother on this TV series
    $300 23
On Spain's coat of arms, a castle represents Castile & this animal represents Leon
    $300 8
Until Steven Spielberg's film, few knew of this German industrialist who saved the lives of 1,200 Jews
    $300 28
In 1914 this city's Yale Bowl became the first to exceed the capacity of the ancient Colosseum
    $300 18
It's a store or restaurant that specializes in cold cuts, smoked fish, cheeses & the like
    $400 14
This physician was elected president of Haiti in 1957
    $400 5
He wrote & sang lots of wacky songs, including "Do-Wacka-Do" & "My Uncle used to love me but she died"
    $400 24
This country's coat of arms features a horse, an ox, a pair of scales & the hill of Montevideo
    $400 9
In a contest to find a substitute for this billiard ball material, John Wesley Hyatt developed celluloid
    $400 29
This Mets stadium was one of the first whose seats could be moved depending on the sport
    $400 19
It's defined as the official care & preservation of natural resources
    $500 15
In 1953 this Swedish economist & diplomat was elected to a 5-year term as U.N. Sec'y-General
    $500 6
This former lead singer of Herman's Hermits said, "Even my mother still refers to me as "'My son Herman'"
    $500 25
The ax & crown of St. Olaf were added to this country's coat of arms circa 1280
    $500 10
Ellen Church, the 1st woman to have this profession, has an airport named for her in Cresco, Iowa
    DD: $1,400 30
The name of this Greek arena means "a horse run"
    $500 20
In grammar it's an exclamatory word or phrase such as oh! or ouch!

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

Michael Lori Dave
$200 $2,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Lori Dave
$1,700 $3,000 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Babar defeated the Sultan of Delhi in 1526, gaining control of the northern part of this country
    $200 16
Jean Baptiste Point du Sable, a Black trader, founded the settlement that later became this "Windy City"
    $200 1
In 1960 the city of Rotterdam celebrated the 400th anniversary of this flower's introduction into Europe
    $200 6
This mountain chain has 6 peaks that tower over 27,000 feet
    $200 21
Hired hand & outlaw Tom Chaney is pursued by Rooster Cogburn & others in this Charles Portis novel
    $400 12
This Protestant reformer was born in Eisleben in Thuringia, Germany Nov. 10, 1483
    $400 17
He was an editor for "Black Sports" magazine & sports director of KNBC before joining the "Today" show
    $400 2
The girasole, a type of this flower, gets its name from the Italian for "turning to the sun"
    $400 7
The first recorded eruption of Mount Kilauea on this island occurred in 1970
    $400 22
Thomas Franklin is the lawyer who evicts Chance in this Jerzy Kosinski book
    $600 13
His appointment of his stepson Tiberius to succeed him gave us the dynasty that included Nero
    $600 18
In 1945 this educator became the 1st Black person elected to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans
    $600 3
North Dakota's state flower is the wild prairie type of this
    DD: $2,000 28
Calvin Coolidge was the first president sworn in by this relative
    $600 8
The name of this Sicilian volcano comes from the Greek for "I burn"
    $600 23
Tom Buchanan is the unfaithful husband of this character in "The Great Gatsby"
    DD: $1,500 14
When Cardinal Mazarin died in 1661, this French king became his own chief minister
    $800 19
In 1986 she unseated Katarina Witt to become the world figure skating champion
    $800 4
It's the colorful name for the group of flowers that includes carnations & sweet Williams
    $800 27
He was nicknamed "The Quaker Engineer"
    $800 9
In 1848 Johannes Rebmann became the first European to sight this Tanzanian mountain
    $800 24
In "The Prince and the Pauper", this slum kid looks exactly like Edward Tudor
    $1000 15
In April 1964 this island nation & Tanganyika signed an act of Union
    $1000 20
This Black Muslim minister born Louis Eugene Walcott once worked as a professional calypso singer
    $1000 5
Early Spanish explorers associated parts of this flower with Christ's crucifixion
    $1000 26
Martin Van Buren was this state's attorney general from 1815 to 1819
    $1000 10
This highest Canadian peak was named for a director of the Geological Survey of Canada
    $1000 25
Thomas "Flap" Horton appears in this author's "Terms of Endearment" & other works

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Lori Dave
$5,300 $4,200 $13,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1994 the Navy named a new class of cargo ships after this entertainer

Final scores:

Michael Lori Dave
$9,300 $8,200 $10,900
2nd place: Lloyd/Flanders indoor/outdoor furniture set + Ducane gas grill 3rd place: Swintec fax machine New champion: $10,900

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Lori Dave
$5,300 $4,200 $10,900
16 R,
2 W
13 R,
1 W
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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Game tape date: 1994-02-14
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