Show #2046 - Monday, June 28, 1993

Contestants

David Harris, an editor and writer originally from Paramus, New Jersey

Lynn Kendall, a writer originally from Jackson, Pennsylvania

Jim Maher, a disc jockey from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,798)

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
CARTOONS
FOOD
SCIENCE
TRAVEL U.S.A.
COMPLETES THE PROVERB
    $100 9
This gangster got the nickname Lucky when he survived being "taken for a ride"
    $100 1
This character's catch phrase was "I tawt I taw a puddy tat"
    $100 14
American Indians called the eastern, hard-shell variety of these shellfish quahogs
    $100 6
It's the element whose atomic weight is closest to its atomic number
    $100 19
You have to stand up to ride Shockwave, this type of thrill ride at Kings Dominion in Virginia
    $100 22
"Too many cooks..."
    $200 10
In 1904 Winston Churchill left this political party & joined the liberals
    $200 2
This red-headed Walter Lantz cartoon character is Los Angeles County's official recycling mascot
    $200 15
This lunch staple is named for the earldom of inveterate gambler John Montagu
    $200 7
Inventors of these include Georges Leclanche, Gaston Plante & Alessandro Volta
    $200 20
Frozen Niagara, which is named for its appearance, is one of the main attractions in this Ky. cave
    $200 23
"Never look a gift horse..."
    $300 11
Russian-American choreographer who was the brother of Soviet composer Andrei Balanchivadze
    $300 3
This mountie often found himself pursuing the dastardly Snidely Whiplash
    $300 18
Delicious apples come in these 2 color varieties
    $300 8
Life here was the subject of the 1965 book "World Without Sun"
    $300 21
This theme park contains a replica of the "Tennessee Mountain Home" where Dolly Parton grew up
    $300 24
"Charity begins..."
    $400 12
Ella Flagg Young was the first woman president of this organization abbreviated NEA
    $400 4
In his quest to catch the Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote used handy contraptions from this company
    $400 27
This salad dressing is actually American; its name may come from the fact that it once contained caviar
    $400 16
After 1,400 orbits it fell back to Earth January 4, 1958 & burned up
    $400 29
Caligula would love the Caligula Suite in the Emperors Complex of this Las Vegas hotel
    $400 25
"The opera isn't over..."
    $500 13
In WWII Marshal Petain led the French collaborationist government based in this city
    $500 5
This ape lived in Mr. Peebles' pet shop
    $500 28
In America this spice is used largely for its red color; Hungarians appreciate its taste
    $500 17
In 1977 the U.S. banned these that used freon as the propellant
    DD: $1,000 30
There's a 256-acre botanical garden on the grounds of Clemson University in this state
    $500 26
"You cannot make bricks without..."

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

Jim Lynn David
$1,800 $200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Lynn David
$3,300 $1,700 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
GEMS & JEWELRY
BIBLICAL PEOPLE
AWARDS
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
POETS & POETRY
    $200 1
This 1848 event made the California trail the most traveled pioneer road by 1850
    $200 6
It's the traditional gem for an engagement ring
    $200 11
After being delivered from the belly of the great fish, he warned Nineveh of its great evil
    $200 14
Sylvester Stallone received "Best Actor" & "Best Original Screenplay" Oscar nominations for this 1976 film
    $200 21
Tha main part of Cairo lies on 2 islands & the East Bank of this river
    $200 26
His last volume of poetry, "The Raven and other Poems", was published in 1845
    $400 2
Before becoming chief justice in 1789, he was Sec'y of Foreign Affairs in the Continental Congress
    $400 7
The oldest Chinese carvings made from this gem are simple tools & amulets
    $400 12
According to Mark, he bent to the will of the mob in sending Jesus to the cross
    $400 15
His "No Respect" LP won a Grammy for Best Comedy Recording of 1980
    $400 22
The Thar Desert occupies a part of Pakistan & much of this country's Haryana & Rajasthan states
    $400 27
This poet's birthplace in Galesburg, Ill. displays a first edition of his Lincoln biography
    $600 3
In 1928 this Republican campaigned for president promising "a chicken in every pot"
    $600 8
Popularly worn in brooches, cairngorm is a smoky quartz from this country
    $600 13
Her 2 husbands were Uriah the Hittite & David the king
    $600 16
This chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1991
    $600 23
This body of water borders the northern coast of Wales
    $600 28
In a Lewis Carroll poem, these two title characters "were walking close at hand"
    $800 4
Judge John T. Raulston presided over this Dayton, Tennessee trial in July 1925
    $800 9
The most highly prized color of this September gem is cornflower blue
    DD: $1,000 19
This judge's general, Barak, refused to battle the Canaanites unless she accompanied him
    $800 17
In the title role of 1964's "What Makes Sammy Run?", this husband of Eydie Gorme got a Tony nomination
    $800 24
The capitals of British Columbia, Hong Kong & the Seychelles share this name
    $800 29
A poem about him begins, "Come, all you rounders, if you want to hear a story 'bout a brave engineer"
    $1000 5
The first gusher in the U.S. occurred in this oil field near Beaumont, Texas in 1901
    $1000 10
An English art critic said this gem "shows the most glorious colors to be seen in the world..."
    $1000 20
The original name of this man, thrown in the fiery furnace, was Azariah
    $1000 18
In 1962 this "Father of the Hydrogen Bomb" was given the Fermi Award for achievement in Atomic Energy
    $1000 25
Denmark's highest point, Yding Skovhoj, rises only 568 feet on this peninsula
    DD: $500 30
Before he died this poet requested that "Crossing the Bar" appear last in his collections

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Lynn David
$9,200 $2,700 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

GODS & GODDESSES
Augustus Caesar encouraged the worship of this god who was considered the avenger of Julius Caesar

Final scores:

Jim Lynn David
$1 $5,400 $5,401
3rd place: Swintec 2400 DM portable electronic display typewriter + Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the Sega Genesis system 2nd place: Technics digital mini-component stereo system + Ashley 5-piece bar display & entertainment cabinet New champion: $5,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Lynn David
$9,700 $2,700 $9,200
22 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
5 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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