Show #2281 - Monday, July 4, 1994


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James Loprest, a federal prosecutor from New York City, New York

Frank Archdeacon, an airline pilot from Foster City, California

Dave Smith, a political analyst from Arlington, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
    $100 2
In October 1934 Mao Tse-Tung & about 85,000 troops embarked on this country's "Long March"
    $100 11
In this film Jimmy Stewart asks Clarence the Angel, "What happened to your wings?"
    $100 1
The annual Regata Storica in this Italian city features gondola races
    $100 26
The Modified Mercalli scale classifies these from I: felt by only a few people to XII: total destruction
    $100 16
A British bye-bye, or one piece of cereal
    $100 21
You don't have to be in this borough of NYC to drink the cocktail of the same name
    $200 3
This Scottish-born tea company founder died on October 2, 1931
    $200 12
In this 1941 Humphrey Bogart film, Bogie tells Mary Astor, "Yes, Angel, I'm gonna send you over"
    $200 4
This Florida city has a lighthouse museum, a Wreckers' museum & an Ernest Hemingway museum
    $200 27
Possible names for these in 1994 include Debby, Daniel & Xavier
    $200 17
Comedian Marty Allen's famous greeting
    $200 22
An illusion that appears in the desert, or a hotel in which Illusionists Siegfried & Roy appear
    $300 8
In a rigged 1936 election, Anastasio Somoza became president of this country
    $300 13
Character who says, "For one who has not lived even a single lifetime, you are a wise man, Van Helsing"
    $300 5
The famous carving of the 3 monkeys who shun evil is in Nikko National Park in this country
    $300 28
The Greek letter omega is used as the symbol for this unit of electrical resistance
    DD: $800 18
The greeting part of a letter, it can be "dear sir" or "gentlemen"
    $300 23
Sometimes it's a pronoun & sometimes it's an ore deposit
    $400 9
He was popular when he succeeded his father, Fuad, as king of Egypt in 1936
    $400 14
Strother Martin's famous line in "Cool Hand Luke" is "What we've got here is failure to" do this
    $400 6
You'll find the Royal Highland Fusiliers Museum in this, the largest city in Scotland
    $400 29
In the body a deficiency of this element, symbol Mg, can cause dizziness & weakness
    $400 19
In radio communications, these words mean; received will comply, finished signing off
    $400 24
A Native American shaman
    $500 10
In June 1936 this emperor asked the League of Nations for help in expelling Italy from his country
    $500 15
In "Giant" Rock Hudson tells this actor, "Jett, you want to know something true? You're all through"
    $500 7
Built in 1900 by a barbed-wire tycoon, the Pompeiian Villa is a landmark in Port Arthur in this state
    $500 30
Harold Urey won a 1934 Nobel Prize for his discovery of this isotope, also called heavy hydrogen
    $500 20
Roman gladiators followed "Hail, Emperor!" with this farewell
    $500 25
Sir Walter Raleigh frequented this tavern on Bread Street, but we don't know if he met any sea creatures there

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

Dave Frank James
$1,600 $900 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Frank James
$4,500 $1,900 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
For helping in the 1814 battle of this city, Jean Laffite was pardoned by President James Madison
    $200 23
In terms of revenue, this package delivery firm is the USA's largest transportation company
    $200 1
Henry I was crowned while his older brother was away on one of these religious campaigns
    $200 30
The fisher kills these animals by biting their faces to avoid the quills
    $200 11
In 1728 he sailed north from Kamchatka & through the strait later named for him
    $200 16
One encyclopedia says "Saint Joan" is his most popular play; another says it's "Pygmalion"
    $400 3
As one of his first acts in office, President Carter pardoned these people
    $400 24
In 1901 he founded the Hawaiian Pineapple Company
    $400 7
Henry II was born in this French city famous for its 24-hour auto race
    $400 29
Species of this game bird include Golden, Lady Amherst's & ring-necked
    $400 12
Like the hero of "Crime and Punishment", this author was a convict laborer in Siberia
    $400 17
She wrote about her tumultuous relationship with Dashiell Hammett in her book "An Unfinished Woman"
    $600 4
In 1919 Mass. governor Calvin Coolidge used the militia to restore order to this city after a police strike
    $600 21
This firm was founded as the U.S. Foil Company in 1919 to supply tinfoil for cigarette wrappers
    $600 8
Henry III had a Versificator Regis, a man paid 100 shillings a year to write this
    $600 28
Weighing up to 100 pounds, the chinook is the largest species of this fish
    $600 13
This last Russian czar was sent to Siberia
    $600 18
Hugo von Hofmannsthal based a one-act verse drama on Sophocles' play about this "complex" woman
    $800 5
A parkway in the National Park Service follows this road that led from Nashville to Mississippi
    $800 22
In 1963 Kodak introduced this camera that used a foolproof film cartridge
    $800 9
Henry VI, who became king at about 9 months old in 1422, reigned at the start of these dynastic wars
    $800 27
Instead of a swim bladder, sharks have oils in this organ to keep them from sinking
    $800 14
In 1985 Siberian Konstantin Chernenko was succeeded by this man as General Secretary
    $800 19
"Eight Mortal Ladies Possessed" is a book of short stories by this "Summer and Smoke" author
    DD: $1,800 6
France became an ally after the Americans won the battles of this N.Y. place in 1777
    DD: $1,500 25
This company's LaserJet printer, introduced in 1984, became the most successful product in its history
    $1000 10
Victory in the Battle of Agincourt opened the way for this king's reconquest of Normandy
    $1000 26
The bridled nailtail species of this small kangaroo is now on the endangered species list
    $1000 15
The Russians didn't discover this third- largest Asian lake until 1644
    $1000 20
"The Elder Statesman" was the last play written by this poet who created J. Alfred Prufrock

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Frank James
$13,800 $5,900 $8,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The USA's 1st lunar probe in 21 years is named this because after the mission it'll be "lost and gone forever"

Final scores:

Dave Frank James
$10,950 $11,700 $2,799
2nd place: Singer bedroom set + MCI video phones New champion: $11,700 3rd place: Michael C. Fina china set + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Frank James
$12,000 $5,900 $8,300
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
0 W
19 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $26,200

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Game tape date: 1994-02-15
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