Show #2488 - Wednesday, May 31, 1995


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Ed Edelman, a pawnbroker from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Brooks Sanders, a college professor from Castle Creek, New York

Mike Creed, an antique and collectibles dealer from Brooklyn, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,500)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
Originally, this Austrian city was a Celtic settlement called Vindobona
    $100 7
This U.K. broadcasting entity began its first regularly scheduled TV service in 1936
    $100 12
A shepherd named Faustulus found this pair being suckled by a she-wolf
    $100 26
Because of this 1912 disaster, steamships were required to carry sufficient lifeboats
    $100 21
Now generally made with chicken, Brunswick stew was originally made with these nut gatherers
    $100 1
The Jivaro Indians of Ecuador are famous for making shrunken ones of these
    $200 17
You'll find the Parliament building in this Swedish city on Helgeandsholmen --"Holy Ghost Island"
    $200 8
Launched in 1984, this cable network known as AMC specializes in films of the '30s to the '70s
    $200 13
Callisto, a handmaiden to Artemis, was changed into a bear & later became this constellation
    $200 27
On May 25, 1968 this landmark designed by Eero Saarinen was dedicated in St. Louis
    $200 22
This most famous Hungarian meat stew is flavored with paprika & often served with buttered noodles
    $200 2
An opening in the deck of a ship, or to come out of a shell
    $300 18
Children can sometimes try on costumes at the Teatermuseet, or Theater Museum, in this Norwegian capital
    $300 6
Tuners for this broadcast band were required in all TVs manufactured after April 30, 1964
    $300 11
Calais & Zetes, sons of Boreas the North Wind, sailed with Jason on the quest for this object
    $300 28
On March 9, 1916 this Mexican revolutionary & his men killed 17 in Columbus, New Mexico
    $300 23
This creole stew thickened with okra begins with a dark roux, a mixture of flour & fat
    $300 3
Word game to play at a necktie party
    $400 19
The palace of Wilanow, which has been called the Polish Versailles, lies on the outskirts of this city
    $400 9
Before creating "Star Trek", he was head writer of "Have Gun, Will Travel"
    $400 14
As the god & goddess of this, Mars & Minerva were honored during the Quinquatrus festival
    $400 29
In 1935 this newspaper publisher earned the USA's largest salary
    $400 24
Cassoulet is a stew from France's Languedoc Region made of meat & the dried haricot type of these
    $400 4
It's about 5 feet tall, weighs about 4 tons & is related to the pig
    DD: $1,000 20
An equestrian statue of King Philip III stands in the center of this city's Plaza Mayor
    $500 10
This bishop began his "Life Is Worth Living" series on the Dumont Network; later he moved to ABC
    $500 15
As a baby Hermes killed one of these creatures to make a lyre from its shell
    $500 30
On Nov. 1, 1952 the U.S. detonated the first hydrogen bomb at this Pacific atoll
    $500 25
Tunisians use harissa sauce to spice up this stew usually served over steamed semolina
    $500 5
Popular name of the sect brought to the U.S. in the 1960s by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

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

Mike Brooks Ed
$1,600 $1,100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Brooks Ed
$3,200 $2,600 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Matthew 2:16 says he tried to kill the baby Jesus by ordering all infants in Bethlehem killed
    $200 30
Based on a tragedy, this Rossini opera is subtitled "Il Moro di Venezia" -- "The Moor of Venice"
    $200 1
Willem Einthoven invented the string galvanometer used to produce these, known as EKGs
    $200 7
John Dillinger was born in this capital of Indiana in 1903 & he's buried there in Crown Hill Cemetery
    $200 19
This New England poet published his first major collection, "A Boy's Will", while living in Old England
    $200 20
Each year this magazine provides 5 colorful & informative wall maps
    $400 3
Of those who defended this mission between February 23 & March 6, 1836, a few survived
    $400 29
Jenny Lind starred in the 1st production of this "Rigoletto" composer's opera "The Robbers"
    $400 8
In 1875 Stephen D. Tucker invented a high-speed device to do this to newspapers after they were printed
    $400 10
This "Sunflower State" has 34 stars on its flag because it's the 34th state
    $400 18
This poet laureate wrote poems on "The Death of the Duke of Wellington" & "The Charge of the Light Brigade"
    $400 21
The ruins of the pre-Inca city of Chan Chan can be found near Trujillo in this country
    $600 4
Samuel Adams used this March 5, 1770 incident to stir up anti-British feelings in the colonies
    $600 23
The flower maidens are temptresses who inhabit a magic garden in this composer's 1882 opera "Parsifal"
    $600 9
This Ernst Ruska & Max Knoll invention can now distinguish objects 2 angstroms in size
    $600 11
Wolf Creek Tavern near the Rogue River in this NW state was built as a stagecoach inn in the 1870s
    $600 16
She died in 1887, before her "New Colossus" was placed on the Statue of Liberty
    $600 24
In 1965 this Chinese-American won a Bard Award for designing NYC's Kips Bay Apartments
    $800 5
Catherine de Medicis was among the people who had a hand in this feast day massacre
    DD: $1,000 25
The Hexenlied, or witch's song, in this fairy tale opera is also called "Hurr, Hopp, Hopp, Hopp!"
    $800 12
With the invention of this in the 15th century, the demand for eyeglasses boomed
    $800 14
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in this city is famous for its circus galleries
    $800 17
After his death, this poet's ashes were interred near the grave of John Keats
    $800 27
Prior to succeeding to the throne in 1851, this country's King Mongkut served as a Buddhist monk
    $1000 6
In 1885 the entire Egyptian garrison under Charles Gordon was wiped out in this Sudan city
    $1000 26
"The Devil and Kate" is a charming comic opera by this composer of the "New World" symphony
    $1000 13
You needed an eyedropper to put the ink inside the fountain pen that he invented in 1884
    DD: $1,500 15
Northwestern University has 2 different campuses: 1 in Chicago & 1 in this city
    $1000 22
His poem "I Sing The Body Electric" was initially published without a title in 1855
    $1000 28
In the 1870s the U.S. gained treaty rights to a naval station at this Samoan port

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Brooks Ed
$7,600 $7,400 $6,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Best known as a novelist, in 1973 he directed his first feature film, "Westworld"

Final scores:

Mike Brooks Ed
$100 $14,700 $11,600
3rd place: Sanyo laundry system + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or Super Nintendo Entertainment System + Jeopardy box game New champion: $14,700 2nd place: Mastervoice home automation system butler + Jules Jurgensen ladies watch + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or Super Nintendo Entertainment System + Jeopardy box game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mike Brooks Ed
$7,100 $7,400 $7,300
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R,
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,800

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Game tape date: 1995-01-31
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