Show #1930 - Friday, January 15, 1993


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Joe Kenary, a business school student originally from Washington, D.C.

Michelle Rottner, an event coordinator from Pasadena, California

Kimberly Kallsen King, a legal clerk originally from Cottonwood, Arizona (whose 3-day cash winnings total $17,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Arachnids have 8 legs; most amphibians have this many
    $100 5
The current edition of "Emily Post's Etiquette" says these are still the "magic" words
    $100 8
Ray Walston played an alien & "Uncle" to Bill Bixby on this hit series
    $100 26
In 1907 Teddy Roosevelt appointed Col. Geo. Washington Goethals as this canal's chief engineer
    $100 7
Ding dong! This firm was founded in 1886 as the California perfume company
    $100 21
This city's Buckman Tavern was the rallying place of the Minutemen on April 19, 1775
    $200 2
In cows this organ consists of 4 parts: the abomasum, omasum, rumen & reticulum
    $200 10
These, sent to people not invited to a wedding, should not be mailed before the wedding day
    $200 9
During the 1969-'70 season on this show, Fred MacMurray married his son's teacher, Beverly Garland
    $200 27
This canal extends 105 miles from Port Said in the north to Port Taufiq in the south
    $200 16
This bleach company's other products include Liquid-Plumr & Hidden Valley Ranch salad dressing
    $200 22
Hostilities between Spain & France ended in 1659 upon the signing of the Peace of this mountain range
    $300 3
This purine derivative found in coffee beans is not only a stimulant, it's a diuretic
    $300 11
At the dinner table, guests wait until the hostess has opened hers before unfolding theirs
    $300 14
Bachelors Paul Reiser & Greg Evigan shared custody of a daughter on this TV sitcom
    $300 28
With governor De Witt Clinton aboard, the Seneca chief was the 1st boat to travel the entire length of this canal
    $300 17
The world's largest spice company, it sells its products under the Schilling label in the West
    $300 23
From a Turkish word for "ruler", it's now used as a sign of respect in Afghanistan & other parts of central Asia
    $400 4
An animal described as edentulous doesn't have these
    $400 12
You should do it when the star appears & at the end of an act, but not usually in a Sunday church service
    $400 15
In the '50s Gale Storm rose to stardom as the lead character on this comedy
    $400 29
In 67 A.D., Nero began a canal over the Isthmus of Corinth in this country; a successful canal opened in 1893
    $400 18
In the 1980s this Canadian liquor company bought Tropicana Juices & sold its Paul Masson winery
    $400 24
This country occupies more than 36% of Latin America's land area & has about 1/3 of its population
    DD: $500 6
This organ removes excess glucose from the blood & stores it as glycogen
    $500 13
When this 4-word phrase appears in a death notice, it usually refers you to a charity to donate to
    $500 20
This series starring William Windom was based loosely on the life & writings of James Thurber
    $500 30
France's Canal du Midi allows travel from the Mediterranean to this bay
    $500 19
Over 1/2 of the men's electric shavers sold are by this company; Remington is second
    $500 25
The "MI" in Britain's MI-5 stands for this, which some call an oxymoron

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Kim Michelle Joe
$700 $700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kim Michelle Joe
$2,000 $2,300 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
About 40 of these German airships were shot down in combat during the War
    $200 19
This telephone inventor's homestead in Brantford, Ontario is now a museum
    $200 1
This general had voted in only 1 presidential election before being nominated in 1868
    $200 13
In one of his poems, this Tudor king said his hobbies were hunting, singing & dancing, not getting married
    $200 6
Jim Woodruff Dam forms Lake Seminole, which lies on the border of Georgia & this state
    $200 8
In Judges 16:29-30 he took down the pillars of the community
    $400 15
The British developed this weapon of war using tractors from U.S. farms
    $400 24
The Museum of Westward Expansion beneath this St. Louis landmark has exhibits on Western history
    $400 2
In 1991 this 88-year- old S.C. senator & his 44-year-old wife separated after 22 years of marriage
    $400 21
The angel Michael leads Adam & Eve out of the Garden of Eden in this John Milton epic
    $400 7
An abundance of the Douglas fir helps make this state, not Washington, the leading lumber state
    $400 9
A statue of Trajan formerly topped Trajan's column in Rome; in 1588 it was replaced by one of this saint
    $600 16
Charles Dawes, the chief purchasing agent for U.S. troop supplies, was elected this in 1924
    $600 25
Many electric-powered trolleys can be found in the Shore Line Trolley Museum in East Haven in this state
    DD: $1,000 3
This presidential son ran 3 times for the GOP presidential nomination, the last time in 1952
    $600 28
"The Corsair", this lord's 1814 poem about a pirate, was widely rumored to be a self-portrait
    $600 10
This whale noted for its "songs" is Hawaii's state marine mammal
    $600 20
A column on display in the Louvre has his code carved on it, in Akkadian
    $800 17
This British officer helped the Arabs defeat the Turks & capture Damascus for the Allies
    $800 26
This city is home to the Ringling Museum of Art
    $800 4
This Georgian entered the House in 1979 & became minority whip in 1989
    DD: $500 29
Shortly before his death, this "Death Be Not Proud" poet posed for a portrait in a funeral shroud
    $800 11
This "Sister Carrie" author helped write Indiana's state song, "On The Banks Of The Wabash, Far Away"
    $800 22
The Romans added the Tuscan & Composite styles to these 3 styles developed by the Greeks
    $1000 18
In 11 months, the French lost half a million men in successfully defending this fortress city
    $1000 27
This art gallery in Florence, Italy was originally built to be the Medicis' office
    $1000 5
This Wyoming senator is probably best known as author of the 1986 Immigration Reform Act
    $1000 30
This playwright's 1593 poem "Venus and Adonis" is called "Ovidian" because it was inspired by Ovid
    $1000 12
In 1803 it became the first state carved out of the Northwest Territory
    $1000 23
It's the architectural term for a row of columns

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kim Michelle Joe
$5,500 $5,100 $4,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1971 she was honored by Pope Paul VI with the first Pope John XXIII Peace Prize

Final scores:

Kim Michelle Joe
$799 $8,201 $8,200
3rd place: Lalura perfume & cologne + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis New champion: $8,201 2nd place: tour of Southern California on Goodyear Eagle + Panasonic Super VHS-C camcorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kim Michelle Joe
$6,000 $5,100 $5,600
13 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
4 W
19 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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Game tape date: 1992-09-22
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