Show #2508 - Wednesday, June 28, 1995

David Siegel game 2.


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Leslie Croce, a school librarian from Ramstein, Germany

Kevin Leonard, a lawyer originally from Boston, Massachusetts

David Siegel, a paralegal from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In September 1993 this Russian president suspended Alexander Rutskoi, his vice president
    $100 11
The male Markhor, a wild goat, is distinguished by a spiral-shaped pair of these that can reach 63 inches in length
    $100 6
Oklahoma's state flag features a peace pipe & one of these branches, also a symbol of peace
    $100 21
This type of accommodation is called a B&B for short
    $100 16
His films preceding the smash hit "Home Alone" include "Uncle Buck" & "Rocket Gibraltar"
    $100 26
Cornhusker, a cheese from this state, is similar to Colby
    $200 2
In 1897 this founder of psychoanalysis wrote the article "Infantile Cerebral Paralysis"
    $200 12
Its scientific name is Varanus komodoensis
    $200 7
You'll find Minnehaha Falls on Minnehaha Creek in this city whose name also starts with "Minne"
    $200 22
This word that describes make-up with a dull, rather than a glossy, finish rhymes with flat
    $200 17
His TV roles have included Bob Smith, Richie Cunningham & Opie Taylor
    $200 27
To give it this flavor, American cheese may be hung in a special house along with hams
    $300 3
He was First Lord of the Admiralty when he became British prime minister on May 10, 1940
    $300 13
The Welsh Springer breed of this dog is noted for its red & white coat
    $300 8
The name of Kissimmee, a city in this state, means "heaven's place" in the Caloosa Indian language
    $300 23
Lanate is a synonym for this adjective that often describes a certain mammoth
    $300 18
In 1938 this 10-year-old had the seventh-highest income in America
    $300 28
Resembling cottage cheese, it's a popular filling for Italian cheesecakes
    $400 4
This Polish astronomer served as a canon in the Diocesan Cathedral of Frauenburg
    $400 14
The bellowing of this tusked pinniped sometimes can be heard half a mile away
    $400 9
The Discovery Place is a museum for kids in this city that the Texas-Arkansas state line runs through
    $400 24
Lehi, Utah was named for a man in this religious book
    $400 19
This actor was seen by a network exec. in a Burger King commercial & quickly signed for "Webster"
    $400 29
Camembert is classified as a cheese that's served at this part of the meal
    $500 5
Unlike most of his works, "Apology", a defense of Socrates, was not written as a dialogue
    $500 15
The river type of this African mammal can eat 130 pounds of food a day
    $500 10
Built in 1833, the Green Mountain Inn is a historic country inn in Stowe in this state
    $500 25
Carnelian, a variety of the cryptocrystalline type of this common mineral, is used in signet rings
    $500 20
A California law protecting the income of child actors is nicknamed for this star of "The Kid"
    DD: $800 30
This Italian blue cheese is named for the village near Milan that's home to the fungus used to make it

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

David Kevin Leslie
$2,200 $700 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Kevin Leslie
$3,400 $1,500 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In the 1860s former Whig Judah P. Benjamin became Secretary of State in this government
    $200 11
This river rises in Burgundy & flows through Paris on its way to the English Channel
    $200 1
Prior to 1968 this astronomer taught fewer than billions & billions of Harvard students
    $200 16
4 boys steal this heavenly body in Carl Orff's fairy tale opera "Der Mond"
    $200 26
After Io was turned into one of these animals, she kept "mooooo"ving from place to place
    $200 21
Adlai Stevenson said, "It is not the years in your life but" this "that counts!"
    $400 7
After he succeeded "Tippecanoe" as president, the Whigs expelled him from their party
    $400 12
Indonesia's Sunda Islands separate the Pacific Ocean from this ocean
    $400 2
He began teaching at Harvard in 1954; in 1969 he left & became an assistant to Nixon
    $400 17
Film composer Bernard Herrmann based an opera on this Emily Bronte novel about passion on the moors
    $400 27
This Greek god of war wasn't very popular; not even Zeus & Hera liked him, & they were his parents
    $400 22
According to Thomas Brigham Bishop, his "body lies a-moldering in the grave"
    $600 8
Whig Speaker of the House John Bell opposed this president's campaign against the Bank of the U.S.
    $600 13
The Teutoburger Wald or Teutoburg Forest in this country is actually a range of hills
    $600 3
While at Harvard this psychological box man wrote "Science and Human Behavior"
    $600 18
Janacek's opera "From the House of the Dead" takes place in a prison camp in this desolate region of Russia
    $600 28
Heimdall, a son of this great Norse god, can blow his horn so loudly it can be heard throughout the universe
    $600 23
"Remarks are not literature" is a line from her "The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas"
    $800 9
Horace Mann was the first president of Antioch College at Yellow Springs in this state
    DD: $1,000 14
Toubkal in this range in Morocco is North Africa's highest peak
    $800 4
From 1949 to 1975 John Kenneth Galbraith taught this subject
    $800 19
Marc Blitzstein's operatic version of her play "The Little Foxes" is called "Regina"
    $800 29
This Roman god was called Optimus Maximus, which means "the best & greatest"
    $800 24
Mark Twain called this sport "a good walk spoiled"
    $1000 10
As 1 of 3 Whig presidential candidates in 1836, Daniel Webster carried only this state
    $1000 15
It's Canada's only prairie province with a port on Hudson Bay
    DD: $1,000 5
This Bauhaus founder taught at Harvard until 1952
    $1000 20
Louis Gruenberg's acclaimed opera "The Emperor Jones" is based on a play by this man
    $1000 30
In Polynesian mythology, this Hawaiian volcano goddess is the daughter of a nature goddess named Haumea
    $1000 25
In "Don Juan" this poet wrote, "There Rembrandt made his darkness equal light"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Kevin Leslie
$11,600 $4,700 $3,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On December 5, 1994, Tony Knowles was sworn in as its ninth governor

Final scores:

David Kevin Leslie
$12,800 $0 $7,300
2-day champion: $32,200 3rd place: Panasonic 3DO system + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or Super Nintendo Entertainment System 2nd place: Hammerman rings + Daniel Mink watches + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Kevin Leslie
$11,600 $5,500 $4,800
30 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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Game tape date: 1995-02-14
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