Show #1935 - Friday, January 22, 1993


Ted Schwartz, an engineer from San Jose, California

Martha Jane, a comic originally from Sharon, Massachusetts

John den Dulk, a travel agent from Berkeley, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
In Jan. 1966 she became India's third prime minister, succeeding Lal Bahadur Shastri
    $100 5
Cheryl Tiegs is the "model" wife of Anthony Peck, this Oscar- winning actor's son
    $100 16
In April San Antonio's annual fiesta commemorates the siege of this mission
    $100 1
This province's first public library opened in Calgary in 1912
    $100 21
The tropical year used for our calendar is made of 46 seconds, 48 minutes, 5 hours & this many days
    $100 22
In 1980 students at this New Haven school stole a moose head & said they'd eat it if midterms weren't canceled
    $200 11
Columbus' flagship on his first voyage to the New World, she was lost off Haiti
    $200 6
This famous Philippine couple moved to Hawaii in 1986
    $200 17
This largest Oregon city has held its annual Rose Festival since June 1907
    $200 2
This prime minister's first name is Martin; Brian is his middle name
    $200 26
Instrument, institute & this period of time are all abbreviated inst.
    $200 23
In 1948 he wrote about Thidwick, a big-hearted moose, not a Grinch
    $300 12
Thousands of loyalist refugees fled to Mexico from this country's 1930s civil war
    $300 7
Marilyn Monroe married him twice, in a civil ceremony & a Jewish religious ceremony
    $300 18
Every year in late June & early July, this Pennsylvania city has a Civil War Heritage Week
    $300 3
In 1984 he became the first pope to visit Canada
    $300 28
Juliet called it an inconstant thing "that monthly changes in her circled orb"
    $300 24
Among those in this sport nicknamed moose were Haas, McCormick, Morton & Skowron
    $400 13
This country has had 2 presidents since independence:
Jomo Kenyatta & Daniel Arap Moi
    $400 8
This "Fear of Flying" author wore red when she married her fourth husband, Ken Burrows
    $400 19
The Narragansett Indians hold an annual August meeting in Charlestown in this New England state
    $400 4
You'll find the university of this Canadian province in Saskatoon
    $400 29
The Shadow knows this timepiece is referred to in 2 Kings 20:9-11
    $400 25
This American novel tells how Tashtego, from a moose-hunting Indian tribe, turned to whale harpooning
    $500 14
Though it was a member of the Triple Alliance, this country entered WWI on the Allied side in 1915
    $500 9
He announced his engagement to 21-year- old Farah Diba in November 1959
    DD: $500 20
An annual event in Michigan is the Labor Day Walk over this bridge between the Upper & Lower Peninsulas
    $500 15
Expo 67, which marked the centennial of Canada's Confederation, was held in this city
    $500 30
Swimming this 55-mile- wide strait E-W, you cross the International Date Line, so add 24 hours to your time
    $500 27
In Archie Comics, Moose attends this high school

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

John Martha Ted
$1,200 $900 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Martha Ted
$3,100 $800 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This strategic island was less than 8 sq. miles, had no fresh water & featured Mt. Suribachi, an extinct volcano
    $200 1
They're the 3 traditional flavors in Neapolitan ice cream
    $200 11
The triumphal chorus of this Verdi opera contains the line "Glory to Egypt's Mighty Gods"
    $200 12
In the 1960s some of his short works appeared in "Six Tales of the Jazz Age, and Other Stories"
    $200 18
The Bank of England fronts on Threadneedle Street just north of the Thames in this city
    $200 20
This fatty substance is carried through the blood by lipoproteins
    $400 7
On July 25, 1943 King Victor Emmanuel III fired him as the head of government & put him in prison
    $400 2
From the Turkish, it literally means "roast meat on a skewer"
    $400 17
"Habanera", an aria from this opera, begins, "Love is a gypsy boy"
    $400 13
Edith Wharton was the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for her novel "The Age of" this
    $400 19
Among the streets in this European capital are Gran Via, Calle de Alcala & Paseo del Prado
    $400 24
This blood type is called a universal donor
    $600 8
Some joked the initials O.S.S. meant "oh so secret", but it really stood for this
    $600 3
This salad consists of diced apples, celery & nuts dressed with mayonnaise
    $600 25
"Das Rheingold" is the first opera in this Wagner cycle of 4 dramas
    $600 14
"Catriona", or "David Balfour" as it's known in America was Robert Louis Stevenson's sequel to this novel
    $600 21
Streets in this U.S. resort include Baltic Avenue, Pacific Avenue & Virginia Avenue
    DD: $1,771 26
People with this red blood cell substance, found in 1940, are "positive", those without it, "negative"
    $800 9
Though most unions made a no-strike pledge during the war, John L. Lewis took this group out anyway
    $800 4
Limburger cheese was named for Limbourg, a province in this Low country where it originated
    $800 28
In this Puccini opera, Rodolfo, Marcello, Colline & Schaunard share a garret in Paris' Latin Quarter
    $800 15
His 1983 novel "Poland" centers on the fictional village of Bukowo on the Vistula River
    $800 22
It's the New York avenue on which you'd find the Empire State Building & St. Patrick's Cathedral
    $800 27
A blood pressure reading gives 2 figures: one for systolic pressure & one for this
    $1000 10
It was the code name given to the 1944 Anglo-American cross-Channel D-Day invasion
    $1000 5
This baked Greek dish consists of layers of ground lamb & eggplant flavored with onions, tomatoes & cinnamon
    $1000 29
In an Offenbach opera, he relates the story of his 3 loves: Olympia, Giulietta & Antonia
    $1000 16
This 1972 bestseller by Richard Adams follows a group of rabbits as they search for a new warren
    DD: $2,000 23
W.C. Handy wrote & played his blues compositions from Pee Wee's Saloon on this Memphis street
    $1000 30
This watery part of the blood carries such substances as minerals, hormones & enzymes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Martha Ted
$9,471 $4,800 $9,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Excluding FDR, 1 of the 4 presidents since the Civil War to have had more than 1 vice president

Final scores:

John Martha Ted
$18,201 $5,800 $18,100
2-day champion: $31,002 3rd place: American Harvest jet stream oven + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis 2nd place: Broyhill entertainment center + Technics digital mini component system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Martha Ted
$7,300 $5,300 $9,100
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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Game tape date: 1992-10-12
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