Show #2282 - Tuesday, July 5, 1994


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Marcia Meldrum, a Ph.D. candidate from Port Jefferson, New York

Bob Coates, a physician from Hampton, New Jersey

Frank Archdeacon, an airline pilot from Foster City, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Their Flyer I of 1903 cost less than $1,000 to build
    $100 6
Tom Hulce gave a superb performance as Mozart in this 1984 film
    $100 16
Wolong Nature Reserve in China's Sichuan Province is a haven for this "giant" animal
    $100 14
John Greenwood, who made dentures for this first U.S. president, also invented a dental drill
    $100 11
In Arabian myth these spirits are made of air or fire; you probably associate them with magic lamps
    $100 24
AT&T has brought back this famous phone model popular in the '60s & yes, girls, it comes in pink
    $200 2
Some believe Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford, used this pen name for his poems & plays
    $200 7
In "What's Love Got To Do With It", Angela Bassett portrayed this rocker
    $200 20
Bayerischer Wald, this country's first national park, contains its last major expanse of pine, beech & maple
    $200 15
This is the more common term for the gingiva, the soft tissue surrounding the teeth
    $200 12
This sorcerer taught the Lady of the Lake Magic, then she imprisoned him in an enchanted thornbush
    $200 25
This U.S. attorney general has 35 peacocks on her ranch, all named Horace
    $300 3
The idea for his 1543 heliocentric theory came from a 3rd cent. B.C. Greek philosopher
    $300 8
In 1993 Robert Downey Jr. received an Oscar nomination for his starring role in this bio
    $300 21
In Australia's Kakadu National Park, these resident natives can decide where visitors may & may not go
    $300 17
A false tooth attached to natural teeth on either side of it is called this
    $300 13
Depicted in Egyptian sculpture, the criosphinx has the head of a ram & the body of this animal
    $300 26
Tia Maria is a Jamaican liqueur made with these beans
    $400 4
This philosopher was about 50 when he quit the government & exiled himself from the state of Lu
    $400 9
This 1987 film chronicled the life of Chinese imperial ruler Pu Yi
    $400 29
To preserve their plant & animal life, Ecuador declared these islands a national park in 1934
    $400 18
This part of a tooth is also called the pulp canal
    $400 22
These shrieking beings found in Celtic folklore didn't mourn for obscure people
    $400 27
The voice of Mattel's singing Chatty Cathy Doll was provided by this actress who was Marcia on "The Brady Bunch"
    $500 5
In 1805, atop Rome's Aventine Hill, he vowed not to rest until his home of Venezuela was freed from Spain
    DD: $500 10
Jose Ferrer got down on his knees to play Toulouse-Lautrec in this 1952 film
    $500 30
Mount Apo National Park, home to the monkey-eating eagle, is on this country's Mindanao Island
    $500 19
This hard, gritty deposit that forms on teeth is made of organic matter, phosphates & carbonates
    $500 23
These gnomelike beings of Scandinavian myth are featured in the maelstrom ride at EPCOT Center
    $500 28
In English pantomime, Pantaloon's daughter Columbine romances this character

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

Frank Bob Marcia
$1,600 $400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Bob Marcia
$2,700 $2,300 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
To show how crazy things were at the time, Hermann Rorschach devised this test around 1920
    $200 16
Thomas Jefferson's state capitol in this city was modeled on the Maison Carree in Nimes, France
    $200 21
In 1812 Thomas Todd & Dolley Madison's sister Lucy became the 1st couple married in this famous residence
    $200 11
Cities located in this mountain system include St. Moritz, Switzerland & Innsbruck, Austria
    $200 26
This religious book used by the Latter-Day Saints is called "a sacred record of peoples in ancient America"
    $200 1
His Atlantic Monthly articles "Old Times on the Mississippi" later became part of "Life on the Mississippi"
    $400 7
In a 1926 stunt he stayed underwater for 91 minutes with only about 5 minutes of air
    $400 17
This "flying" arched support extends from a pillar to a wall
    $400 22
Bushrod Washington lived in this famous home after the deaths of his uncle George & Aunt Martha
    $400 12
The Strait of Bonifacio separates Sardinia from this French island
    $400 30
Menno Simons, the man for whom this Protestant group was named, had been a Roman Catholic priest
    $400 2
One of the sources Stephen Crane used to write this book was "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War"
    $600 8
In 1925 the 1st U.S. air mail sent to a foreign country went on one of these from Lakehurst to Bermuda
    $600 18
This type of window projects from a building's outer wall, forming a recess inside
    $600 23
She was a lawyer for the U.S. Army from 1954 to 1957
    $600 13
This Serbian capital developed from a settlement the Romans called Singidunum
    $600 27
Hachiman, the god of war, is one of the most popular deities of this Japanese religion
    $600 3
In "Animal Farm", the shrill-voiced Squealer is one of these animals
    $800 9
In 1921 Isadora Duncan opened a school for dance in this Eastern European capital
    $800 19
A cathedral's transept is located in front of this domed projection that may house the altar
    $800 24
His middle initial, O., stood for Orville
    $800 14
Worms, a historic city of about 75,000, lies on the west bank of this river
    $800 28
The Salvation Army's origins go back to an evangelical ministry in the east end of this world capital
    $800 4
Nickname of Harry Angstrom, whose trials & tribulations are featured in 4 John Updike novels
    $1000 10
As Interior Secretary, he was the leading figure in the Teapot Dome scandal
    $1000 20
This Finnish-born architect's father, Eliel, designed the Cranbrook School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
    $1000 25
Justice Joseph P. Bradley cast the deciding vote that made him president over Tilden in 1877
    DD: $1,400 15
The Estonian islands of Hiiumaa & Saaremaa lie in this sea
    $1000 29
The Theravada form of this religion is the dominant religion in Laos
    DD: $2,000 5
The title of this Ernest Hemingway novel comes from a passage in the book of Ecclesiastes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Bob Marcia
$4,500 $6,100 $15,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Charmayne Rodman, the only woman to earn $1 million in the rodeo, did it in this event

Final scores:

Frank Bob Marcia
$9,000 $2,100 $12,500
2nd place: trip to New York City 3rd place: Dykstra grandfather clock New champion: $12,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Frank Bob Marcia
$4,500 $6,100 $13,600
14 R,
1 W
19 R,
2 W
25 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,200

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Game tape date: 1994-02-15
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