Show #1995 - Friday, April 16, 1993

Walt Senterfitt game 1.


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Walt Senterfitt, a registered nurse from Los Angeles, California

Brian Hogan, a real estate developer originally from Fort Dodge, Iowa

Julie Peterson, a neighborhood maintenance technician from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 23
His circular memorial in Washington, D.C. contains excerpts from the Declaration of Independence
    $100 15
Paul Reubens played Penguin Danny De Vito's father in this 1992 sequel
    $100 1
In heraldry a dragon is often depicted sticking this barbed feature out of its mouth; how rude
    $100 2
In 1903 this country leased Guantanamo Bay to the U.S. for a naval base
    $100 20
This country's Tokaido "Bullet Train" has been in operation since 1964
    $100 3
Natives of this country gave the wombat its name
    $200 27
1st suggested by Doane Robinson of the South Dakota Historical Society, it was finished in 1941
    $200 16
In "Patriot Games" he played Jack Ryan, a role earlier played by Alec Baldwin
    $200 7
The hideous basilisk can be killed by showing it this, something a vampire can't see
    $200 4
In 1904 the British forced this religious leader to grant them trade concessions in Tibet
    $200 21
By the 1860s this New Hampshire capital had the USA's largest stagecoach factory
    $200 6
A German word for "snout" gave us this word for a breathing apparatus used by divers
    DD: $1,000 28
The Spanish built Fort Matanzas in 1742 to defend this Florida city from British invaders
    $300 17
She was the housesitter in Frank Oz' 1992 feature "Housesitter"
    $300 8
After going to a lot of trouble building a nest of fragrant boughs & spices, the Phoenix does this to it
    $300 5
In 1901 William Howard Taft was installed as the first U.S. civil governor of this island group
    $300 22
This federal agency deals with transportation between the states
    $300 11
Carrying one's own lunch is called this, from the type of paper container often used to do it
    $400 29
The iron frame inside this U.S. monument was designed by Gustave Eiffel
    $400 18
Hollywood exec Griffin Mill kills a screenwriter & woos his girlfriend in this Robert Altman work
    $400 9
Some Himalayans call him "Metohkangmi", which means "indescribably filthy man of the snows"
    $400 14
This tycoon bought the New York Post from publisher Dorothy Schiff in 1976
    $400 24
Barajas International Airport serves this European capital
    $400 12
Military rank whose origin goes back to a Latin word for "pillar", columna
    $500 30
This statue on the border of Argentina & Chile was molded from old Argentine cannon
    $500 19
The title of this Merchant Ivory film based on an E.M. Forster novel refers to a country home
    $500 10
According to legend, you're most likely to see a roc fly by in the area around this ocean
    $500 26
On Feb. 16, 1947 he became the first person to litter the South Pole - he dropped flags of U.N. members on it
    $500 25
In the 1930s this automaker became the largest company in America
    $500 13
This term for a Christian who's renewed his faith comes from John 3:3

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

Julie Brian Walt
$1,900 $1,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Brian Walt
$4,900 $2,000 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

"X", "Y" & "Z"
    $200 1
In 1736 this Philadelphia publisher became clerk of the Pennsylvania Assembly
    $200 10
Danielle Steel's pet pig is named Coco in honor of this couturier
    $200 13
Enghlab Avenue in this capital city was formerly known as Shah Reza Avenue
    $200 18
About 45% of the world's cultivated coffee trees are on this continent
    $200 26
The last name of American artists N.C., Andrew & Jamie
    $200 2
In 1959 this company introduced its first simplified office copier
    $400 3
These people who had contracted to work without wages were at the bottom of society along with slaves
    $400 11
Of Bach, Beethoven or Brahms, the one who wrote "Jonathan Livingston Seagull"
    $400 14
The emirate of Qatar occupies a peninsula that juts into this large gulf
    $400 19
This company's "Mountain-Grown" coffee leads the USA in sales with over 30% of the market
    $400 27
As distinguished from engraving, this printing process uses acid to eat away parts of the plate
    $400 7
This national park's Steamboat Geyser once set a world record by erupting 400 feet into the air
    $600 4
This theologian married his stepsister Maria Cotton in 1662 & Ann Cotton, the widow of his nephew, in 1715
    $600 20
He adapted his own novel "Exodus" into a musical called "Ari"; unfortunately, it flopped
    $600 15
In area it's the largest country in the Middle East
    $600 23
Its name comes from the Italian for "pressed coffee"
    $600 28
Vasari called this Italian city "the nest and home of the arts"
    $600 8
The oldest military body in England, their costumes date back to King Henry VIII
    DD: $2,000 5
In 1770 Virginia had the largest population & this colony, the last to be founded, the smallest
    $800 21
"The Moon Lady" is a children's book from this author of "The Joy Luck Club"
    $800 16
In 1979 this country became the first Arab nation to recognize Israel
    DD: $3,000 24
The East Indian Coffee Trade was founded in 1690 when the Dutch introduced coffee to this Indonesian island
    $800 29
The 1913 Armory Show held in this city introduced modern art to the United States
    $800 9
It could be the West Wind or simply a gentle breeze
    $1000 6
This Pawtuxet Indian taught the Pilgrims where to fish & how to plant corn
    $1000 22
He claimed that he finished "Answered Prayers", but the complete manuscript has never been found
    $1000 17
This country's principal agricultural area is the Bekaa Valley
    $1000 25
The world's most expensive coffee is produced in the Blue Mountains of this Caribbean island
    $1000 30
In 1986 a Kansas City- based foundation bought almost 60 pieces by this 20th century British sculptor
    $1000 12
This observatory of the University of Chicago has the world's largest refracting telescope

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Brian Walt
$11,700 $6,200 $9,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On February 21, 1965 he was killed in the Audubon Ballroom in New York City

Final scores:

Julie Brian Walt
$9,101 $12,400 $18,100
3rd place: Wallace lazy Susan + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip on Delta to Montreal & stay at Montreal Bonaventure Hilton New champion: $18,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Julie Brian Walt
$11,000 $4,000 $7,900
26 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,900

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Game tape date: 1992-12-08
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